NOV. 3, 2017 - VOL. 54 No. 2

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Cover Story


Hiring service members makes great business sense

Families and businesses in the Sioux Falls area have always understood the value and sacrifices of our nation's veterans and service members. From Ellsworth Air Force Base in Rapid City to the wide spectrum of military installations in Sioux Falls, the State of South Dakota has a rich history of military service. Through the decades, we have established ourselves not only as a state-wide community that supports veterans, but welcomes them - and their families - with open arms.

"Sioux Falls is very military veteran-oriented and veteran-friendly, with the Veterans Council, VFW, Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce's Military and Veteran Affairs Committee and more." Senior Chief Gary Rosenberg. . .

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Chair's Column

Steve Van Buskirk Message from the Chair

A critical concern for nearly all of us is workforce development. Where will we find people with the abilities, training and interest in the work we have available in Sioux Falls? The Chamber recognizes that in order to tackle this issue we need to make sure that we are including everyone in our community in the effort. We might have differences in race, gender, age or any number of other factors, but it is imperative that we welcome all individuals who want to contribute to growing our workforce and our economy.

As a Chamber, part of our job is to listen to and share the success stories within our community. This will help us learn from each other as we work towards adopting policies and practices within our individual organizations. . .

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Other News

Celebrate Veterans Day in Sioux Falls

Through the Lens of Agriculture

Ag industry downturn impacts all citizens

New Chamber Members

Advertising Opportunity

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