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Remember that viral pool party video? The COVID-19 summer was boom times for Lake of the Ozarks.
Bars couldn’t keep up with the demand for Coors Light. Boat dealers had trouble, too, and construction crews ran out of lumber.
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'We're one of the winners in this Covid thing.' A record summer at Lake of the Ozarks
Bars couldn't keep up with the demand for Coors Light. Same with auto dealerships and new cars. Boat dealers had trouble keeping up and construction crews ran out of lumber needed to build new homes.