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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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September 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 August 3, 2015 Issue of Chamber News

AeroStay Hotel Ribbon Cutting [89]
AeroStay Hotel offers luxury, comfort and convenience to travelers near and far. They are the only hotel connected to the Sioux Falls Regional Airport. L to R: Dan Letellier, Corey Weide, Isis Miller, Dean Karsky, Jan Grunewaldt (regional director), Levi Kary (general manager), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Tim Anderson and Rachel Hatch.

Americans for Prosperity Ribbon Cutting [89]
Americans for Prosperity is a non-partisan organization that educates citizens about the history and value of free-market principles and advocates for more economic freedom. L to R: Dustin Zvonek, Carrie Dragt, Debbie Healy, Ben Lee (state director), Bobbi Thury, Larry Ayres, Liz Lloyd and Chad Krier.

The Bakery LLC Ribbon Cutting [89]
The Bakery LLC is open to the community to connect, be educated and build business. L to R: Meg Ellefson, Corey Weide, Stacy Wrightsman, Clint Brown (co-founder), Brian Rand (co-founder), Rod Carlson, Bobbi Thury, Maggie Groteluschen, Mayor Mike Huether and Andy Jorgenson.

BodyLogic Massage Studio Ribbon Cutting [89]
BodyLogic Massage Studio specializes in therapeutic massage. L to R: Allie Black, Liz Lloyd, Corey Weide, Chris Filsinger, Tone Moriston (owner/massage therapist), Betty Oldenkamp, Deb Peterson and Abdul Mohammed.

Buche's Bargain Butcher Ribbon Cutting [89]
Buche's Bargain Butcher provides quality meal solutions at the best price guaranteed. L to R: Chris McFayden, Dustin Brouwer, Corey Weide, Aaron Goettig, R.F. Buche (president), Anita Wetsch and Dean Karsky.

Escape Float Spa Ribbon Cutting [89]
Escape Float Spa is Sioux Falls’ first sensory deprivation center that offers individuals a way to “escape” the chaos of the day to day stresses. L to R: P.K. Nduru, Dean Karsky, Korey Kyle (co-owner), Wes Geier (co-owner), Corey Weide, Adam Cooper, Derrick Karsky and Kolby Kyle.

First Savings Bank Ribbon Cutting [89]
First Savings Bank is a community bank that specializes in great customer experiences and services. L to R: Bryon Ekdom, Wendy Bergan, Corey Weide, Morgan Larson (president/CEO), Gary Gaspar, Frank Farrar (owner), Amy O’Connor Hoback and Cory Hughes.

GrandStay Hotel & Suites Ribbon Cutting [89]
GrandStay Hotel & Suites Tea/Sioux Falls brings an exciting new lodging option to Tea and Sioux Falls visitors. L to R: Nathan Sieve, Lynda Billars, Corey Weide, Lexie Jacobson, Arlyn Olsen (owner), Cheryl Olsen (owner), Dr. Dave Kapaska, Eric Olsen, Carrie Dragt and Angie Munce.

Horse Help Providers, Inc. (Double HP) Ribbon Cutting [89]
Horse Help Providers, Inc. (Double HP) and their horses partnered with Carissa Palmberg Counseling to provide equine-assisted teambuilding workshops for businesses and counseling for families. L to R: Spirit, Christina Antonsen, Corey Weide, Ruth Christopherson, Sandy Case, Carissa Palmberg (EAGALA Partner), Darci Hortness, Greg Schjodt, Larry Ayres, Angela Christensen and Rocky.

Huether Family MATCH POINTE Ribbon Cutting [89]
Huether Family MATCH POINTE is an indoor tennis facility for all members of the community. L to R: Bill Townsend, Tyler Haahr, Fr. Andrew Young, Jessie Daw (executive director), Larry Ayres, Kylie Kiesner, Lexie Jacobson, Sheila Hoff, Corey Weide, Mayor Mike Huether and Cindy Huether.

Legends Western Wear & Tack Ribbon Cutting [89]
Legends Western Wear & Tack is a new boutique style western store located in Hartford. L to R: Angie Root, Corey Weide, Mark Luke, Janel Cole, Sherri Goebel, Rhonda Loges (owner/manager), Andrea Loges and Ryan Bak.

Siouxbelly, LLC dba Potbelly Sandwich Shop Ribbon Cutting [89]
Siouxbelly, LLC dba Potbelly Sandwich Shop is now located in neighborhoods across 18 different states and offers toasty warm sandwiches, salads and hand-dipped milkshakes all made fresh to order. L to R: Patrick White, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Liz Lloyd, Lexie Jacobson, Paul Goldammer (owner), Tim Sturdevant, Daren Anderson and Amy Zach.

Premier Bookkeeping & Business Services Ribbon Cutting [89]
Premier Bookkeeping & Business Services offers affordable accounting and business services for small businesses while continuously finding innovative ways to save their clients time and money. L to R: Krista Hadrick, Julie Nelson, Gary Gaspar, Sarah Young (partner), Chris Filsinger, Andrea Eden (partner), Jay Soukup, Madison Eden, Greg Eden, Carson Eden, Corey Weide and Mike Young.

Sanford Profile Ribbon Cutting [89]
Sanford Profile is a personalized weight loss program that offers nutritious meal plans and products, unlimited one-on-one coaching and smart tracking technology. L to R: Heather Behrens, Corey Weide, Dean Karsky, Jill Biltoft, Julie Nelson, Courtney Davidson (director of marketing), Dave Stadheim and Dan O’Keefe.

ReliaMax Holding Company Ribbon Cutting [89]
ReliaMax Holding Company is the only company to offer a complete private student loan solution including origination, servicing and insurance. L to R: Garrett Wilson, Lynda Billars, Corey Weide, Betty Oldenkamp, Paul Dockry (president/CEO), Peter Shaw, Christie Aberson and Carrie Dragt.

South Dakota Peach Festival/The Fruit Club Ribbon Cutting [89]
The mission of the South Dakota Peach Festival/The Fruit Club is to enhance the quality of community life and pride of each South Dakota resident by offering fresh fruit. L to R: Darryl Nordquist, Corey Weide, Sara Cazun, Bobbi Thury, Lynn Albers (event organizer), Jessica Nelson, Irina Kleinsasser, Dan Doyle, Joey Rotert and Twila Hansen.

Hidden Hill Apartments Groundbreaking [89]
Hidden Hills Apartments broke ground on the development of a 179-unit apartment complex and 43 single family lots. L to R: Randy Martins, Sam Bermudez, Mike Uithoven, Todd Meierhenry, Kenny Anderson, Ryan Rients, Mayor Mike Huether, Cody Lammers, Chris Carlson, Paul Bruflat and Scott Lawrence.

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GreatLife, Orthopedic Institute-D1 Sports Training, Sioux Falls Storm and Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital Ribbon Cutting [89]
The 40,300 sq. ft, multi-tenant building will focus on sports performance training and healthy living – tenants include GreatLife, Orthopedic Institute –D1 Sports Training, Sioux Falls Storm and Sioux Falls Specialty Hospital. L to R: Keith Baumgarten, M.D., Norm Drake, Pete Looby, M.D., Tom Walsh, Sr., Rick Kiley, Tom Simmons, Tyler Haahr and Todd Tryon.

City of Sioux Falls- 25th ADA Anniversary Ribbon Cutting [89]
The City of Sioux Falls celebrated the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act into law. L to R: Kendra Gottsleben, Mayor Mike Huether, Kathleen Harris Causey, Lexie Jacobson, Zachary M. Florent, David Johnson, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Lori Lewison (DAC chair), Corey Weide, Colleen Moran (assistant city attorney), Nathan Stallinga and Tana Zwart.

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