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Downtown Bellingham Insiders sees an upside

Nonprofit’s loyalty program rebounds after pandemic disruption

Manager Erika Millage tags and organizes earrings at The Third Planet on Aug. 16. The store is one of more than two dozen businesses taking part in the revitalized Downtown Bellingham Insiders program.
Manager Erika Millage tags and organizes earrings at The Third Planet on Aug. 16. The store is one of more than two dozen businesses taking part in the revitalized Downtown Bellingham Insiders program. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Frank Catalano CDN Business Contributor
Benefits tangible & intangible. The start of the pandemic was not kind to retail — or to near
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