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JUNE 4, 2018 - VOL. 54 No. 8

Chair's Column
New Members
Member Anniversaries
Cover Story
Other News
Faces & Places
Ribbon Cuttings
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February Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings

Ribbon cutting ceremonies provide new or expanding businesses an opportunity to promote their products or services. These events are organized free of charge for members and are held Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. The Chamber invites members of the Board of Directors, members of the Ambassador and Diplomat committees, and local elected officials to share in the event. The Chamber member requests the date and the Chamber staff assists by organizing the agenda and providing the ribbon and scissors.

Ribbon Cutting photos are printed in each issue of Chamber News. The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cuttings for members to celebrate joining the Chamber, anniversaries, grand openings, expansions or remodelings.

Ribbon cutting photos are sized in high-resolution format on the web for 90 days following their publication date in the print issue of Chamber News. Members may download photos to make their own prints of any of the images included during that time period. One photo will be included in the Ribbon Cutting archives following that 90-day period.

For more information on how to schedule a ribbon cutting, contact Amy Farr at 605.336.1620. For more information on how to schedule a groundbreaking, contact Diane Andresen at the Sioux Falls Development Foundation at 605.339.0103.

Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings from the January 9, 2015 Issue of Chamber News

Beef Bucks, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Beef Bucks, Inc. is a non-profit organization that works to promote the beef industry and educate the consumer. L to R: Eileen Moller, Corey Weide, Anita Wetsch, Larry Ayres, Carrie Dragt, JoAnne Hillman (president), Bob Montross, Dana Dykhouse, Judy Blindauer, Nancy Montross and Jim Woster.

Century Business Products, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Century Business Products, Inc. celebrated 30 years of service to Sioux Falls and the surrounding communities. L to R: Aaron Gerdes, Kyle Ruhland, Nathan Stallinga, Corey Weide, Kevin Jergenson (owner), Jessica Nelson, Karen Noonan and Brett Gildemester.

Dakota Pointe Apartments, LLC Ribbon Cutting
Dakota Pointe Apartments, LLC is a brand-new project offering one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. L to R: Stephen Rueber, Ashley Dunham, Ryan Rients, Scott Erickson, Duane Noerenberg, Paul Bruflat, Rick Rysavy, Jim Dunham (partner), Erik Meyer, Christie Aberson, Corey Weide, Mayor Mike Huether and Randy Brenner.

Express Employment Professionals Ribbon Cutting
Express Employment Professionals is one of the largest and highest-rated, full-service staffing agencies. L to R: Corey Weide, Kara Gilbert, Larry Ayres, Isis Miller, Pam Leafgreen, Gary Leafgreen, Rich Leafgreen, Lydia (Mickie) Leafgreen, Jordin Leafgreen, Julie Darrington, Suzie Folkerts and Amanda Norton.

Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
Face It TOGETHER Sioux Falls is a nonprofit community addiction management organization working to solve drug and alcohol addiction in Sioux Falls and the surrounding communities. L to R: Shelly Berg, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Sue Unzelman, Corey Weide, Julie Schoolmeister (executive director), Paul Bruflat, Mel Harrington, Cecelia Carland, Joey Rotert, Terri Brown and Dave Jansa.

Family Dentistry of Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
Family Dentistry of Sioux Falls sees patients of all ages. They are excited to be in their new location in the Lewis Square building and to add Dr. Jonathan Held to the staff. L to R: Matt Sage, Julie Nelson, Dean Karsky, Dr. Jonathan Held, Nathan Stallinga, Dr. Kari Bolen (president), Corey Weide and Justin Bolen.v

Half Baked Ribbon Cutting
Half Baked is devoted to bringing smiles and joy to this community with the help of cupcakes and coffee. L to R: Emily Knight, Nathan Stallinga, Stuart Daniel (vice president), Suzie Folkerts, Katie Knight (owner/president), Liz Lloyd, Anita Wetsch, Maggie Groteluschen and April Loffman.

Home 2 Suites By Hilton Ribbon Cutting
Home 2 Suites By Hilton offers 80 suites for members of the Sioux Falls community and is connected via a climate-controlled walkway to Sanford Health. L to R: Tim Gefoh, Matt Morrisey, Lynelle Dick, Corey Weide, John Henkhaus, Lucas Dannenbring (GM), Kelly Grovijahn, Dan Johnson, Lauris Molbert (CEO, TMI Hospitality), Doug Dobmeier, Jolene Matheson and Rick Larson.

Ice Sports Association (ISA) – SCHEELS IcePlex Ribbon Cutting
Ice Sports Association (ISA) is a non-profit corporation founded in 2009 to promote the benefits of all ice-based recreational activities and is excited about the new SCHEELS IcePlex. L to R: Corey Weide, Dean Karsky, Ben Graham, Jeremy Roenick, Joe Zueger, Sue Salter, Jack O’Callahan, Greg Starns, Mayor Mike Huether, Garth Caselli and Mike Begeman.

Kaladi's Coffee Legend & Bistro Ribbon Cutting
Kaladi's Coffee Legend & Bistro, under new ownership, is a locally owned full-service restaurant. L to R: Nadia Boadwine (co-owner), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Mark Gillespie (co-owner), Nathan Stallinga, Kaila Gillespie (co-owner), Ruth Christopherson, Chris Filsinger, Bill Rezac and Corey Boadwine (co-owner).

Marco, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Marco, Inc. is a technology company that specializes in voice, video, data and print for any size company. L to R: Mike Grove, Corey Weide, Julie Nelson, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Dustin Bonn, Gary Weckwerth (regional sales director), Rick Rysavy, Jen Rothenbuehler and Jeff Douglas.

N2 Publishing-Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
N2 Publishing-Sioux Falls’ goal is turning neighborhoods into communities with their publications. L to R: Ava Gross, Gita Hendricks, Betty Oldenkamp, Grace Gross, Mindy Gross, Garrett Gross (area director), Amy O’Connor Hobback, Jay Soukup and Elyse Gross.

Net Profit Marketing Ribbon Cutting
Net Profit Marketing, a digital marketing firm, has opened a new office in downtown Sioux Falls. L to R: Jaime Hill, Keith Severson, Larry Ayres, Jared Pomranky (president), Holli Charbonneau, Lynda Billars and Karen Noonan.

Pizza Man Ribbon Cutting
Pizza Man is a family owned business and are excited to open this second location. L to R: Jensena Peterson, Corey Weide, Dan Doyle, Ryan Peterson, Maricela Peterson (owner), Jay Huizenga, Dave Stadheim, David Johnson and Daniel Peterson.

Red Arbor Tattoos & Fine Art Ribbon Cutting
Red Arbor Tattoos & Fine Art specializes in professional fine art for your body or your walls. L to R: Michelle Macias, Daren Anderson, Cory Claussen (owner/artist), Jay Soukup, Tawni Claussen (owner/artist), Corey Weide, Dean Karsky and Sonya Bernardino.

RDI Ribbon Cutting
RDI was established in 1984 and continues to raise the bar on providing solid, integrated, computer network engineering and solutions for a variety of customer types. L to R: Anthony Clark, Corey Weide, Rick Rysavy, Tricia Santos, Matt Sage, Aaron Pixlar (business development manager), Rick Hannam (sales manager), Nathan Stallinga, Suzie Folkerts and Ryan Poutre.

Sioux Falls Diversity Council Ribbon Cutting
Sioux Falls Diversity Council is focused on addressing diversity and inclusion in the workplace and the community. L to R: SMSgt. Mike Clauson, Roger Williams, Moses Tut, Stephanie Altamirano, Maj. Gen. Timothy Reisch (Adjutant General, South Dakota National Guard), Evan Nolte, Juan Bonilla (president), Corey Weide, Dr. Daniel Obaka, Aaron Clayton, Lynda Billars, Maddie Gutierrez, Gita Hendricks and Alex Ramirez.

Vintage Occasions Limo Service Ribbon Cutting
Vintage Occasions Limo Service will turn any special occasion into a vintage experience by providing professional and exceptional chauffeured service in their 1949 Cadillac Series 75 Limousine. L to R: Timothy Schroeder, Corey Weide, Dan Doyle, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Joy Schroeder (co-owner), Nancy Weber-Sweere, Brad Schroeder (co-owner), Jessica Nelson, Justin Schroeder and Marissa Schroeder.

W. 12th Pourhouse and Kitchen Ribbon Cutting
W. 12th Pourhouse and Kitchen is a full-service, casual restaurant on the city’s westside. L to R: Tom Ivey, Betsy Homan, Corey Weide, Julie Nelson, Jason Walz (GM), Lyle Dabbert, Vinne Olson, Julie Darrington and Ryan VanMeekeren.


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