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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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May 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 April 6, 2015 Issue of Chamber News

9Round Fitness-West Ribbon Cutting
9Round Fitness is a 30-minute kickboxing workout for all fitness levels. L to R: Don Koster, Bobbi Thury, Nathan Stallinga, Corey Willis (partner/head trainer), Kinsley and Kayla Willis, Lexie Jacobsen, Amy O’Connor Hoback and Julie Nelson.

Artisan 57 Skin & Laser Center Ribbon Cutting
Artisan 57 Skin & Laser Center offers Sioux Falls and surrounding communities “A New Vison for Transformed Skin.” L to R: Christie Aberson, Abbey Mikkelsen, Liz Lloyd, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Dr. Alison Tendler (owner/partner/founder), Deb Peterson, Corey Weide and Max Haggar.

Bagel Boy Ribbon Cutting
Bagel Boy features made from scratch bagels baked fresh daily along with a full line of breakfast and lunch menu items. L to R: Judy Drowning, Matt Sage, Shelly Geller, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Corey Weide, Angie Gacke (owner), Lyle Gacke (owner), Julie Darrington, David Johnson, Rebecca Feldhaus, Bill O’Connor and Karen Hayes.

Empire Motorsports Ribbon Cutting
Empire Motorsports is the original equipment manufacturer dealership for Suzuki, KTM and Kymco as well as Husqvarna lawn garden equipment. L to R: Grant Cummings, Corey Weide, Joey Rotert, Ross Jasper (partner), Jason Jasper (partner), Tim Sturdevant, Doug Jasper (partner), Larry Wetsch and Ashley Barbee.

Faith Family Church Ribbon Cutting
Faith Family Church celebrated the completion of an 8,200 sq. ft. addition to the current facility. L to R: Greg Koppman, Jack Dyvig, Nancy Weber-Sweere, Andrew Bang, Michael Bang (senior pastor), Vicki Bang, Ruth Christopherson, Angela Honan, Corey Weide and Matt Honan.

Heritage Bank Ribbon Cutting
Heritage Bank has expanded their services into the Sioux Falls area and continues to grow steadily over the generations, yet their mission as a traditional, community-focused bank remains the same. L to R: Corey Weide, Justin Rey, Paul Thronson, Patty Kleinlein, Matt Sage, Keith Severson, Bob Mathiasen, Dave Brown (market president), Tom Geiger (CEO/chairman), Dave Eiesland (commercial banker/VP), Bill Rezac, Claire Wehri and Lynda Billars.

Howe Consulting, LLC Ribbon Cutting
Howe Consulting, LLC is focused on helping companies resolve their tough problems. L to R: Jay Soukup, Ruth Christopherson, Janel Cole, Corey Weide, Robert Howe (owner), Dean Karsky, Evie Howe, Dan Doyle and Stefanie Engebretson.

Hoyt Consulting Ribbon Cutting
Hoyt Consulting focuses on communication. With better communication comes better results. L to R: Pete Krentz, Sheila Hoff, Corey Weide, Dean Karsky, Jodi Hoyt (consultant/owner), Nathan Hoyt, Amy O’Connor Hoback and Dan Doyle.

Kerolona, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Kerolona, Inc. developed a new invention — all golfers will need the P5 Pu5her tee placement tool (patent pending). L to R: Brett and Lori Schlekeway, Nancy Frear, Robert Wehde, Peyton Frear, Nathan Stallinga, Ken Frear (president), Matt Sage, Daren Anderson, Jodi Heins, Dan Johnson and Russ Heins.

Little Tykes University Ribbon Cutting
Little Tykes University’s preschool offers a comfortable and home-like learning environment. L to R: Hillary Turner, Corey Weide, Castor Poore, Gita Hendricks, Paul Bruflat, Corri Poore (owner/director), Jay Soukup, Halley Poore, Steffanie Liston Holtrop and Orion Poore.

Music Therapy Services of South Dakota, LLC Ribbon Cutting
The mission of Music Therapy Services of South Dakota, LLC is to improve quality of life for all individuals, one note at a time. L to R: Madison Barthelman, Adam Cooper, Corey Weide, Lora Barthelman (clinic director), Dean Karsky, Roger Barthelman and Larry Wetsch.

Pizza Rev Ribbon Cutting
Pizza Rev is a national movement that’s all about empowering you to “craft your own” pizzas. L to R: LeAnn Robbins, Larry Ayres, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Bobbi Thury, Todd Porter (president), Carrie Dragt, Lexi Jacobsen and Tamen Robb.

Poppadox Pub Ribbon Cutting
Poppadox Pub has been in business for more than 20 years and is a staple in Sioux Falls’ nightlife. L to R: Justin Moen, Aaron Clayton, Kayla O’Banion, Jim Slater, Corey Weide, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Dallas Boelman (president), Jeb Christensen (GM), Grant Galvin, Dean Karsky and Brad Needles.

Trail Ridge Retirement Community Ribbon Cutting
Trail Ridge Retirement Community celebrated the opening of their new wellness center and front entrance. L to R: Jonas Leo, Corey Weide, Robert TeKolste, Dawn Patten (assistant administrator), Jason Honey, Christie Aberson, Larry Ayres and Angie Wahl.

U.S. Senator Mike Rounds Ribbon Cutting
U.S. Senator Mike Rounds’ constituent office in Sioux Falls is open to assist citizens with any issue(s) pertaining to the federal government. L to R: Michele Mustain, Lexy Schuman, Adam Cooper, Mark Johnston (east river director), U.S. Senator Mike Rounds, Nathan Stallinga, Stacy Wrightsman, Randy Bury and T.J. Nelson.


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