Small Ohio Town Rebounding After Departure Of Top Employer

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August 29, 2016

Soon after the shipping company DHL left during the recession in 2008, Wilmington, Ohio was in bad shape. The town of 12,000 relied on the well-paying jobs and benefits that the plant offered.

Wilmington got a recent boost from a new commerce giant. Amazon is now flying planes in and out of the former DHL air park.

Realtor.com tells the story of two twenty-somethings that took over the town’s chamber of commerce.

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