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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 Cutings & Groundbreakings from the August 7, 2017 Issue of Chamber News

605 Chiropractic & Wellness Ribbon Cutting
605 Chiropractic & Wellness is helping YOU journey toward optimal health – physically, mentally, emotionally – through chiropractic care! L to R: Nathan Stallinga, Tim Sturdevant, Lori Meyer, Eric Anderson, Dr. Jordan Fey (owner), Reid Fey, Evan Fey, Karen Fey and James Payer II.

Active Data Systems Ribbon Cutting
Active Data Systems is a company that focuses on quality document and information management solutions across the US and Canada. L to R: Doug Kirsch, Reggie Kuipers, Jessica Hauck, Nathan Stallinga, Ritch Noble (ceo), Corey Weide, Jennifer Noble, Mike Hauck and Cole McClung.

American Bank & Trust Ribbon Cutting
American Bank & Trust has expanded and relocated their Pinnacle office to the first floor of River Centre downtown. L to R: Jeff Erickson, Lynn Schnieder, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Jered Schock, Jack Steele, Tasha Lee, Derrick Karsky, Gary Gaspar, Nathan Stallinga, Rebecca Steele, Doug Tribble (Sioux Falls market president) and Preston Steele.

BIN 201 Ribbon Cutting
BIN 201 is a wine bar offering self-serve wine machines. L to R: Kathy Kant-Nelson, Keith Severson, Jay Soukup, Jamie Kant (owner), Tim Kant (owner), Nathan Stallinga, Jessica Hauck and Carrie Mason.

Black Hills Federal Credit Union Ribbon Cutting
As a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative, BHFCU brings a passion for service to their member-owners. Chartered in 1941, the $1.2 billion credit union now serves nearly 70,000 members from 14 locations in South Dakota. Their new location allows BHFCU to expand their mission to improve lives in the Sioux Falls area. L to R: Carol Brown, Mayor Mike Huether, Jerry Schmidt, Mark Luke, Jason Green (chair of the board), Bobbi Thury, Roger Heacock (president/ceo), Jessica Hauck, Nathan Stallinga, Chad Zortman (branch manager) and DeeAnn Dietrich.

CMC Properties and Storage Ribbon Cutting
CMC Properties and Storage is a quiet, secure location with surveillance for both your indoor and outdoor storage needs. L to R: Stefanie Engebretson, Tim Sturdevant, Miranda Barse, Russell Calmus (owner), Larry Ayres, Chris Filsinger, Nathan Stallinga and Daniel Maunu.

Core Soul Pilates Studio Ribbon Cutting
Core Soul Pilates Studio is a new Pilates reformer studio in Sioux Falls that values community, provides strength and empowers you! L to R: Jill Sova, Tim Sturdevant, Kelly Grovijahn, Debbie Stadley Augustad (owner/trainer), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Jay Soukup and Darwyn Sprik.

Elmwood Golf Course Ribbon Cutting
Parks & Recreation is responsible for maintaining public open spaces and for providing a quality system of parks and recreation facilities and positive leisure opportunities for everyone in the community. L to R: Mark Luke, Jay Soukup, Wendy Bergan, Dave Nelson, Tom Jansa (president, Dakota Golf Management), Derrick Karsky, Don Kearney (director, Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation), Dan Letellier, Mayor Mike Huether and Myla Kampshoff (president, golf advisory board).

Fischer, Rounds & Associates, Inc. Ribbon Cutting
Fischer, Rounds & Associates, Inc. has moved to a new location due to growth. L to R: Karl Fischer, Cory Weeden, Lynda Billars, Jeff Pray, Julie Nelson, Bobbi Thury, Chris Rounds (ceo), Mark Luke, Kim DuPrey and Lonnie McKittrick.

Grand Junction Grilled Subs Ribbon Cutting
Grand Junction Grilled Subs is pleased to open their new location in Sioux Falls and is looking forward to growing in this community. L to R: Fred Davis, James Payer II, Nathan Stallinga, Kevin Vo, Mike Hauck, Kathy Davis (owner), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Larry Luetke and Trystan Davis.

Graystone Heights Apartments Ribbon Cutting
Graystone Heights is not just an apartment complex, it’s simplified luxury living in a modern forward thinking community. It’s an experience all its own. L to R: Kristin Wood, Joel Dykstra (ceo), Rob Broin (investor), Miriam Broin, Gary Gaspar, Lynda Billars, Darci Hustrulid, Eric Anderson and Chelsea Wood.

GreatLife at Central Valley Golf Course Ribbon Cutting
GreatLIFE’S mission is to enrich the lives of families and individuals through golf, fitness and healthy lifestyles. L to R: Shellie Linn, Jesse Fonkert, Mike Hauck, Joe Millar, Tom Walsh, Sr. (ceo and founder), Dustin Kriech (head golf professional), Gaylen Vavra, Nathan Stallinga, Derrick Karsky, April Meyerink and Mike Smith.

IMED Mobility Ribbon Cutting
IMED Mobility is a leading provider of wheelchair accessible vehicles and home mobility access with convenient locations in South Dakota and Minnesota. L to R: Kevin Rhead, Anthony Stansbury, Carrie Dragt, Stephanie Richer, Nathan Stallinga, Bob Lundin (president & ceo), James Tuohino, Bobbi Thury, Lynda Billars, Rusty Carson and Rich Struss.

Land Home Financial Services Ribbon Cutting
Land Home Financial Services is a privately owned, nationwide, community focused mortgage banker providing quality mortgage services since 1988. L to R: Elissa Stauffacher, Sheila Hoff, Mike Hauck, Nathan Stallinga, Eric Anderson (branch manager), Troy Wicke, Mark Spindler (territory manager), Amy O’Connor Hoback, Bob Clausen, Kimberly Lang and Mayor Mike Huether.

Multi-Cultural Center of Sioux Falls Ribbon Cutting
Multi-Cultural Center of Sioux Falls is celebrating 100 years of the Coliseum and moving Festival Cultures to the Coliseum. L to R: Christy Nicolaisen, Alex Ramirez, Paige Pearson Meyer, Gerald Beninga (Minnehaha County Commission), Jay Soukup (board chair), April Meyerink, Amy O’Connor Hoback, Mayor Mike Huether, (name coming)______Beaudion, Sgt. Jon Thum.

Sioux Falls Jaycees Ribbon Cutting
The Sioux Falls 50th Independence Day Celebration was held July 4th at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds. L to R: Chad Albers, April Meyerink, Kory Rawstern, John Small (co-project chair), Colten Albers, Sharon Haselhoff, Grace Arneson, Nathan Stallinga, Edith Arneson, Kadee Paine, Cindi Johnson, Mae Kroeger and Travis Arneson (co-project chair).

Spherion Staffing Ribbon Cutting
Spherion is excited for new ownership under Jill Berg in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. L to R: Amanda Nielsen, Karen Witzel, Gary Gaspar, Elisa Coequyt (senior professional recruiter), Greg Stafford, Jill Berg (president/franchise owner), Nathan Stallinga, Megan Myers, Anna Wolf, Larry Ayres and John Funk.

Warren Homes, LLC Ribbon Cutting
Warren Homes offers single family new construction and also offers rentals. L to R: Nathan Stallinga, Jay Soukup, Daschle Larsen, Ashley Blake, Matthew Warren (owner), Ryan Schneider, Mark Luke and Scott Stearns.

Windstar Lines Ribbon Cutting
Windstar Lines would like to formally introduce their company to a vibrant and progressive community. L to R: Eric Lundeen, Daschle Larsen, Pat Greteman, Mike Hauck, Jeff Greteman (president), Nathan Stallinga, Scott Greteman, Larry Ayres, Cara Greteman, Cindi Johnson and Lori Greteman.

Wiseman Endodontics Ribbon Cutting
Wiseman Endodontics is a specialty dental practice focused on saving natural teeth by providing root canal therapy. L to R: Elizabeth Moore, Daren Anderson, Dr. Anne Wiseman (owner), Brian Pedurand, Bobbi Thury, April Meyerink and Lynda Billars.

Win Chill, LLC Groundbreaking
Win Chill, LLC, the first project in Foundation Park, will now begin construction on a 205,000 square foot full-service refrigerated foods warehouse and distribution center on a 54-acre site purchased from the Development Foundation that provides adequate space for future expansion of the Win Chill operation in Sioux Falls. L to R: Slater Barr, Bill Rush, Gil Haugen, Justin Pearson, Steve Statz, Mayor Mike Huether, Ralph Marquardt, Governor Dennis Daugaard, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Sam Tippmann and Jeff Davis.

Hegg Realtors Groundbreaking
Hegg REALTORS, the Sioux Empire’s longest-standing residential real estate company, broke ground July 11, 2017, for a new 25,000 square foot office building at 69th Street and Minnesota Avenue. The facility will bring together the residential real estate company’s 170 agents, support staff and management under one roof. L to R: Jeremy Christopherson, Mike Cooper, Bill Hegg (broker & co-owner), Gregg Gohl (broker and co-owner), Steve Statz, Chad Van Buskirk and Dr. Dave Kapaska.


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