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We send two emails a month to consumers who have requested information on seasonal topics, activities, and events. It's just one more way we are effectively reaching our audience with compelling content.
Approximately 100,000 consumers get our emails each month
About 20,000 consumers open each mailing
Emails link to one to six different articles, deals and events
Overview: A quick correction to Commissioner Lehman's email that I forwarded yesterday. One of the qualifications to secure a PPP loan was listed as a 30% revenue loss. The version of the bill that was passed actually requires a 25% revenue loss over comparable 2019 quarters.
Overview: The latest email from DECD Commissioner David Lehman is important for many in our industry. The federal government just approved a stimulus package to provide economic relief for many impacted by the pandemic. The package includes $325 billion for small businesses, including $284 billion in loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). All details are in the email below.
Overview: Winter can feel like Connecticut’s longest season. Good thing there is so much to do in winter to make it wonderful. And this year, we can still pack it with safety-friendly fun! Tell us which Connecticut experiences you’re looking forward to this winter, and we’ll share them atCTvisit.com and Fox61.com. Find out what’s on the bucket list so far and add your ideas here. You may even get inspired to try a few new things yourself.
Overview: ’Tis the season for hope in this very challenging year. The coming vaccine certainly contributes greatly to our industry’s prospects for a strong recovery. Through it all, your innovative spirit and determination have continuously inspired us. You’ve gone the extra mile to prioritize safety, install new equipment and implement new protocols in your businesses. You have always put the health of your employees and customers first.
Overview: The holidays may look different this year, but we can still enjoy Connecticut’s winter wonderland—safely, of course. While the state’s holiday guidance calls for smaller or even virtual gatherings, Connecticut has many ways to enjoy the season. From drive-through lights and socially distant Santa visits to tasty feasts and wintry thrills, here’s your guide to safely celebrating the holidays in 2020.