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    Beloit businesses can benefit from Greater Beloit’s strategic location. Our geographical location on the Illinois-Wisconsin border, midway between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi River, puts us in the center of the U.S.A.’s biggest market-the Midwest. Speedy access to these markets is provided by the area’s diversified transportation systems. Interstate Highways 39, 90, and 43 link the area with other Wisconsin and Illinois communities, as well as the rest of the nation.

    We are in close proximity to 2 major cities; Chicago and Milwaukee, both within a 2 hour drive. Greater Beloit can offer ease of access to markets and suppliers for Beloit businesses. This is a highly significant factor in terms of freight costs and the increased emphasis on “Just-In-Time” production. With its strategic location and access to markets, Greater Beloit continually plays a big role in Wisconsin public economic development. In short, Greater Beloit can offer Beloit businesses the right location to expand or establish a business.

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  • “Amazon opens in Beloit”

    August 25, 2020 – Beloit Daily News – The Amazon fulfillment center in Beloit is now open after just eight months of construction on the 1 million-square-foot facility in the Gateway Business Park, as a major economic development projects in the city continue despite COVID-19 disruption.

    Hiring at the facility remains ongoing, even as the company has brought on more than 500 full-time workers.

    The first day employees were welcomed at the site was August 16.  Workers pack and ship large items including sports equipment, patio furniture, fishing rods, pet food, bicycles and larger household goods.

    “Snappers Seeing Feedback on Nickname”

    August 4, 2020 – Beloit Daily News – The Beloit Snappers will undergo a significant change next season when they move into the new Riverbend Stadium.  That change could also include a new nickname.  The Snappers announced Tuesday that they are seeking the fans’ feedback on a potential name change.  The franchise was named the Beloit Brewers from its inception in 1982 until 1995, when they made the switch to the Snappers.

    “A new era for baseball in southern Wisconsin is coming in 2021, and we’re dedicated to collecting as much input from our fans as possible to ensure that your experience on game-days in our new ballpark is the best it’s ever been,” general manager Jeff Gray said.  “To start, we want to make sure that the name on the front of our uniforms represents the fans in the stands that we play for.  Starting today, we’re taking submissions from fans with their ideas for a team name that best represents our community.”

    “The Lincoln Academy Breaks Ground”

    September 2, 2020 – Beloit Daily News – “With all the challenges we are facing in our world, The Lincoln Academy is a beacon of hope for our children and for our future.”  Beloit City Council
    President Regina Dunkin said Beloit is a diverse city which has had significant enhancements in its infrastructure.  She said Hendricks’ businesses have played an important role in developing the community.

    Dunkin said any improvement that benefits Beloit’s children is a worthwhile endeavor, and thanked Hendricks for her continued investment in Beloit.

    The Charter school is planned to be a public school, not a private choice, or voucher, school.  Although carter schools may be authorized through their local school districts, the one proposed by Kids First Beloit has applied to be authorized through the University of Wisconsin System.  If authorized as an independent charter, the school would receive state aid per student in the amount of $8,619.

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