Along with the direct impact of those furloughs and closures from the government shutdown there's a trickle down effect across the country and here in the Quad Cities area. Taking a look at the Rock Island Arsenal alone, the Quad Cities Chamber says it pumps about $1 billion into the local economy yearly. With nearly 3,000 employees furloughed there now, officials estimate that means roughly $1 million a day the area is missing out on. That's money that won't be going to things like restaurants and entertainment. Some businesses are already starting to feel it and preparing for however long it could last.