Cuming County Economic Development, Inc. this week announced the launch of its new and improved website, Sweet Home Cuming County, that will replace the existing Ditch the City website.

Visitors to the site will now have quicker access to essential information. The new site has been optimized to ensure a consistent, user-friendly experience across all devices, including desktop, tablet, and mobile.

CCED, Inc. is a non-profit arm to CCED, a county-wide economic development organization that works to create opportunities for businesses to start, grow or move to Cuming County, Nebraska.

CCED Executive Director Kelly Gentrup said Sweet Home Cuming County, which is also CCED, Inc.’s fund-raising campaign name, stems from the newsletter created a couple years ago that highlights young families that choose to make Cuming County their home.

“When you visit our website, you will be greeted by a Sweet Home Cuming County video that highlights a family who chose Cuming County as a place to work and raise their family," she said. “The site will give you detailed information on why Cuming County is a great place to work and raise a family.”

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