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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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March 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 February 8, 2016 Issue of Chamber News

Bishop Dudley Hospitality House Ribbon Cutting
Bishop Dudley Hospitality House is a coordinated community approach to assist the homeless and others needing a helping hand in Sioux Falls. L to R: Bob O’Connell, Katie Riffel, Daryl Thuringer (board president), Maria Krell, John Henkhaus, Jim Bellas, Chad Campbell (executive director), April Meyerink, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Stefanie Engebretson, Carrie Johnson and Erika Stoeser.

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Escape 605 Ribbon Cutting
Escape 605 is a real life adventure game where guests have 60 minutes to figure out all the codes, riddles, puzzles and clues to escape in time; it’s perfect for team building. L to R: Amy Stockberger (co-owner), Lucas Fiegen, Stacy Hoffman (co-owner), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Dustin Hoffman (co-owner), Cindi Johnson, Adam Cooper, Gary Gaspar and Adam Stockberger (co-owner).

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Great Bear Recreation Park, Inc Ribbon Cutting
Great Bear Recreation Park, Inc. is the largest park in the Sioux Falls Parks system and offers skiing, tubing and snowboarding in the winter months and hiking, weddings and picnics in the summer months. L to R: Dan Grider, Mayor Mike Huether, Julie Darrington, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Steve Stanford (board president), Adam Cooper, Carrie Dragt, Brittany Kelley and Jim Whitcomb.

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LOL Photo Booth, LLC Ribbon Cutting
LOL Photo Booth, LLC is the area’s largest enclosed photo booth; they bring the props and pictures are printed instantly. L to R: Amy O’Connor Hoback, Alex Ramirez, Chris Filsinger, Jodi Gross (co-owner), Kim Helgerson (co-owner), Stefanie Engebretson, Joey Rotert and Ann Metli.

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Mainstream Boutique- Sioux Falls West Ribbon Cutting
Mainstream Boutique-Sioux Falls West is a fashion-forward, multi-generational women’s boutique with one-of-a-kind merchandise. L to R: Brandy Nielsen, Angie Wahl, Dean Karsky, Nannette Johnson (owner), April Meyerink, Emma Smith, Amy O’Connor Hoback and Heather Nielsen.

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OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Ribbon Cutting
OLLI-Osher Lifelong Learning Institute is a vibrant non-profit offering non-credit courses to seniors (50-plus) who love continuing to learn. L to R: Suzanne Fuller, Daren Anderson, Nancy Wehrkamp (director), Lora Fejfar, Jackie Stratman, Larry Ayres, Bobbi Thury and Deb Taufen.

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Professional Image Ribbon Cutting
Professional Image is a modeling school, talent agency and salon that has participated in trade shows for more than 30 years in Sioux Falls. L to R: Leah Gath, Mark Luke, Tawny Kaup (co-owner), Dean Karsky, Bobbi Jo Britt, Dee Johnson (co-owner), Tim Sturdevant, Gita Hendricks and Kristi Hay.

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Showplace Kitchens Ribbon Cutting
Showplace Kitchens has expanded their showroom by 2,700 square feet to accommodate the new Showplace EVO cabinetry line. L to R: Tony Bour, Lexi Frankman, John Henkhaus, Lynda Billars, Paul Sova (president), Tammy Beintema, Nathan Stallinga and Kathy Meyer.

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Sioux Wheeler Adaptive Sports Ribbon Cutting
Sioux Wheeler Adaptive Sports is an adaptive sports program for physically challenged youth and adults. L to R: Emilea Rubio, Tom Hackl, Jim Slater, Liz Lloyd, Richard Neu (president), Jeanne Stoakes, Alex Remirez and Mark Mortenson.

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Woltman Group, PC Ribbon Cutting
Woltman Group, PC is a public accounting firm that provides tax and assurance services. L to R: Trent Prins, Paul Bruflat, Mike Hauck, Heath Kooiman, Tim Stotz (president), Amy O’Connor Hoback, David Johnson, Mayor Mike Huether and Eric DeHaan.

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