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USDA Invests over $2.7 Million to Support Kansas Businesses

Joe Denoyer - February 2, 2022 2:08 pm

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Acting State Director for Rural Development Kansas Dan Fischer today announced the Department is investing $2.77 million in grant funding to help rural businesses in 12 Kansas communities. Included in the Grant is:

A $250,000 grant will be used to expand Boot Hill Distillery’s ready-to-drink canned and bottled craft cocktail product line, diversify into new markets and increase sales. Working Capital funds will be used for marketing, processing supplies and distribution costs. As a result of the project one job will be created at this Dodge City business.

 

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