Despite the misfortunes of 2020, more open and closed businesses in Silverthorne and Dillon

Despite the misfortunes of 2020, more open and closed businesses in Silverthorne and Dillon

Jori Renner, front, and her husband, Jackson, work out at their ski and bike store, Gore Range Sports, Nov. 8. tsienkiewicz@summitdaily.com

When the COVID-19 shutdown hit in March, fears of permanent small business closures in Summit County abounded. However, in Silverthorne and Dillon, more businesses have opened and then closed since March of last year.

In Silverthorne, 28 new businesses have opened since March 1, 2020 and 13 have closed, according to city records. The lists of open and closed businesses are based on the number of business licenses the city has issued and the number of businesses …

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