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JUNE 5, 2017 - VOL. 52 No. 9

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Levitt at the Falls celebrates successful Community Appeals campaign

By 2019, Sioux Falls area residents and visitors will be treated with something few communities are able to experience-fifty free concerts each year performed by professional musicians from around the country.

Levitt at the Falls "Building Community Through Music," a Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce-scheduled Community Appeals campaign held November 1, 2016- March 31, 2017, raised $1.138 million from the local business community. A pavilion will be constructed at Falls Park West along Phillips Avenue, which will be an ideal location as it provides a central gathering place for all residents. The national Levitt Foundation requires that the site for each venue be "accessible to all and acceptable to all."

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Construction begins for first tenant in Foundation Park

Interest from clients is driving one of Sioux Falls' newest companies to an aggressive construction schedule. Win Chill, LLC recently purchased a 54-acre site in Foundation Park in northwest Sioux Falls from the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Dirt work is currently underway at the site.

The company announced its plan in early May to build a 205,000 square foot full-service refrigerated foods warehouse and distribution center in Foundation Park. The site offers plenty of room for future expansion. The new Win Chill building is being constructed by Gil Haugan Construction of Sioux Falls with freezer technology experts Tippmann Innovation providing technical support. The structure will be expandable to about 600,000 square feet.

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Equity Trust Company finds a home in Sioux Falls

Equity Trust Company has been quietly building its business in Sioux Falls for the past six years and their brand got a major boost this spring when they became the anchor tenant of the newly renovated and renamed Equity Square building on the southeast corner of 8th Street and Phillips Avenue.

A public trust company headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, Equity Trust is focused on enabling self-directed IRA investors to diversify their retirement plans through alternative asset classes. They serve more than 300,000 clients in 50 states. President Mike Dea said the company was attracted to South Dakota for its favorable business climate, economic stability and the availability of qualified talent in the Sioux Falls market.

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Individuals and businesses recognized during Small Business Week

Sioux Falls SCORE honored retired board member and volunteer Truman Phelan for his 23 years of dedicated leadership and service to the Sioux Falls chapter of SCORE. The recognition took place during the National Small Business Week event held at the Country Club of Sioux Falls on May 3.

Phelan, a retired bank executive from Norwest Bank/Wells Fargo, joined SCORE in 1994 as a board member and mentor for future entrepreneurs and small business owners. Over his 23 years of service, he has provided free business counseling to countless individuals seeking advice on how to develop their small business ideas. Additionally, Phelan has planned, developed and launched numerous small business workshops offered to the public designed to help small business owners develop and grow their businesses.

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