• September 2018
  • A PUBLICATION OF THE SIOUX FALLS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

September Ribbon Cuttings

Ribbon cutting ceremonies are held to celebrate new members joining the Chamber, milestone anniversaries, expansions or remodels. 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. All are welcome to attend and share in the celebration. For more information on how to schedule a ribbon cutting, contact Valerie Willson at (605) 336-1620.

Groundbreaking ceremonies are coordinated by the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Call (605) 339-0103 for more information or to schedule your event.

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    Adwërks

    Adwerks is a full-service advertising and marketing agency primarily for business to consumer clients. L to R: Ward Ertz, Kelli Zimmer, Lynda Billars, Jim Mathis (Certified Advertologist) Sharon Haselhoff, Kristi Cornette, and Mark Luke.

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    Big Time Storage Gateway Addition by Nielson Construction

    Nielson Construction is excited to bring a new concept to Sioux Falls. Big Time Storage allows customers the ability to purchase a Man Cave or a She Shed. L to R: Kelly Nielson, Jay Soukup, Mike Hauck, Jack Rentschler; April Meyerink, Jamie Nielson, Darci Hustrulid, Brad Tille.

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    Black-Top Paving

    Black-Top uses the highest quality standards and always seek to prolong asphalt with design, construction and maintenance practices. L to R: Matt Ondricek, Laurie Knutson, Bradly Meyer, Mark Luke, Ryan Kerkvliet (Division Leader), Mayor Paul TenHaken, Amy O'Connor-Hoback, Julie Nelson, Chris Flisinger, and Shane McKnelly.

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    Chef Ellen: Personal Chef

    Chef Ellen provides in-home meal replacement and cooking lessons with allergy and diet friendly custom menus. L to R: Lisa Sanderson, Laurie Knutson, April Meyerink, Lynda Billars, Chef Ellen Doerr (Owner), Ryan Doerr, Tom Ries, Shannon Ward.

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    Don Dunham III Real Estate

    Don Dunham III Real Estate, specializing in residential real estate, is celebrating their open house and new location. L to R: Mike Hauck, April Meyerink, Nancy Weber-Sweere, Donna Fuerstenberg, Stefanie Engebretson, Don Dunham III (Owner), Cory Weeden, and Darla Jorgensen.

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    The First National Bank in Sioux Falls

    The First National Bank in Sioux Falls is excited to celebrate the opening of their new southwest branch at 59th and Louise. L to R: Julie Pepper, Julie Nelson, James Gaspar, Alex Ramirez, Brian Glibert, Joanna Portice, Chris Ekstrum (President), Mark Luke, Nathan Stallinga, and Kari Radack.

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    Fresh Impact, LLC

    Fresh Impact provides creative and innovative social media management and marketing. L to R: Jody Reisch, Sharla Reisch, Mark Luke, Kim VanderPoel (CEO/Owner), Karla Santi, Ferlyn VanderPoel, Jack Dyvig, Mike Hauck, Laurie Chapin.

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    Health Connect of South Dakota

    Health Connect of South Dakota new location allows the consumer health library to expand into a larger space and maintain state-wide public health work with tobacco cessation and numerous health issues. L to R: Patty Suedback, Michelle Markgraf, Matt Sowden, Will Buschee (President),Tim Sturdevant, Fran Rice (Executive Director), Jay Soukup, Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger, and Anelis Coscioni.

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    Jekyll & Hyde BBQ

    Jekyll & Hyde BBQ shares unique sweet and spicy BBQ with their food truck and through catering services. L to R: Mindy Gross, Tom Hackl, Ava Gross, Elyse Gross, James Gaspar, Nick Verzani, Garrett Gross (Co-Owner), Gracie Gross, Tom Ries, April Meyerink, Mike Hauck, and Koleson Verzani.

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    JJ's Wine, Spirits & Cigars

    After 20 years at the corner of 57th and Western, JJ's Wine, Spirits & Cigars decided it was time to expand and create an enhanced adult beverage retail experience. L to R: Michael Callis, Mark Lee, Brittany Elsasser, Jay Soukup, Tom Slattery (Owner), Mark Luke, Jean Slattery, Mike Hauck, Jennifer Miller, and Paul Squyer

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    Legacy Law Firm, P.C.

    Legacy Law Firm is a boutique firm that provides legal services specializing in estate planning, elder law, and business planning. L to R: Ryan Pomerleau, Joanna Pomerleau, James Gaspar, April Meyerink, Julie Nelson, Jayna Voss (Co-Founder), Bobbie Thury (Co-Founder), Felan Link, Laurie Knutson, Mark Luke, and Adam Oster.

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    Power & Grace Gymnastics

    Power & Grace Gymnastics provides classes for the full spectrum of movement education through gymnastics. L to R: Alyssia Gilbert, Mark Luke, Stacy Wrightsman, Dennis Champoux (Owner), Mike Hauck, Kathy Champoux (Owner), Jay Soukup, James Gaspar, and Katie Thompson.

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    Sanford House

    The Sanford Health Foundation celebrates the official grand opening of the Sanford House, a tribute to health care's greatest philanthropist, Denny Sanford, and the power of giving. L to R: Kelsey Sweeney, Kelby Krabbenhoft, Bobbie Tibbetts (Vice President), Monsignor Trafny, Denny Sanford, Micah Aberson (Chief Global Brand Officer), Karla Santi, Erica Beck, Mark Luke, and Deb Koski.

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    The Sauna Haus

    The Sauna Haus provides infrared sauna therapy and dry salt therapy in a spa-like environment. L to R: Roger Lien, Bobbie Thury, Lori Meyer (Owner), Jay Soukup, Richard Meyer, Nancy Weber-Sweere, Rhiannon Israel, and Stefanie Engebretson.

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    See The Trainer

    See The Trainer is a sports medicine and orthopedic bracing franchise that is excited to join the Sioux Falls market. L to R: Shelby Baatz, Jay Soukup, Janel Cole, April Meyerink, Tyler Brown (President), Katie Brown, Jason Ball, Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger, and Sandy Brown.

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    WoodRiver Energy, LLC

    WoodRiver Energy is a Certified Natural Gas supplier to MidAmerican Energy commercial and industrial customers and works on a no cost, utility-backed program. L to R: April Meyerink, Mark Luke, Jay Soukup, Laurie Knutson, Craig Gertsch, Michelle Markgraf, and James Gaspar.

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