Cashmere downtown doing fine, says chamber

Davis, Yvette
January 2010
Wenatchee Business Journal;Jan2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p6
The article reports on the performance of the business industry in Cashmere. According to Sara Urdahl, manager of Cashmere Chamber of Commerce, despite the onset of economic crisis in 2009, the sector fared well because new firms begin to replace the ones the closed down in time of recession. Despite the decline of companies from 150 to 130, new business enterprises emerged in 2010. Moreover, the agency anticipates more growth due to the recovery of the microeconomy.


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