ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – South Dakota is trying to lure Minnesota businesses to relocate by promoting its looser coronavirus restrictions, but Minnesota’s governor predicted businesses would stay put.
South Dakota is spending $369,500 on an advertising campaign in Minnesota now through Labor Day. Ads will air on TV, radio, social media, and in print, according to a news release.
The ads are aimed at business owners who were frustrated by forced closures imposed by Gov. Tim Walz to control the spread of coronavirus.