• February/March 2020
  • A PUBLICATION OF THE SIOUX FALLS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

February/March 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 Amy Farr 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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    Amy Stockberger Real Estate

    610 W. 49th St.
    amystockberger.com
    Amy Stockberger Real Estate connects buyers and sellers through bold marketing and strategic advertising. L to R: Katie Day, Candace Schwabb, Angela Lammers, Adam Stockberger, Amy Stockberger (CEO), Jay Soukup, Cindi Johnson, Joey Rotert, Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger and Natalie Kockelman.

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    Apricot Lane Sioux Falls

    2524 S. Lorraine Place
    apricotlaneboutique.com/siouxfalls
    Apricot Lane Boutique is a locally-owned women's boutique, which carries a unique selection of clothing, accessories and gifts hand-picked by the owner. L to R: Mackenzie Schmidt, Nathan Stallinga, Sheila Hoff, Mark Anderson, Somer Anderson (owner), Hunter Anderson, Joe Millar, Bobbi Thury, Jay Soukup and Megan Larson.

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    Avera Health Plans,
    DAKOTACARE and DakotaCare
    Administrative Services

    5300 S Broadband Ln.
    avera.org
    Avera Health Plans, DAKOTACARE and DakotaCare Administrative Services provides health insurance coverage and services. L to R: Greg Jasmer, Alex Ramirez, Gary Gaspar, Nathan Stallinga, Debra Muller (CEO, Avera Health Plans), James Payer II, Rob Bates (executive vice president), James Gaspar, Jay Soukup and Lisa Carlson.

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    Avera Human Performance Center

    6800 S. Louise Ave.
    avera.org
    Avera Human Performance Center offers programs in an environment of respect, integrity, perseverance, inclusion, balance and enjoyment. L to R: Jason Askew, Sister Mary Thomas, Tammy Beintema, Ann Heimen (associate vice president), Dave Flicek (president & CEO), John Buchanan, MD, Dr. Dave Kapaska, Jay Soukup, Mayor Paul TenHaken, Lynda Billars, Julie Benz and James Gaspar.

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    Bloom Room Boutique

    701 N. Phillips Ave., Suite 155
    facebook.com/thebloomroomboutique/
    Bloom Room Boutique is a boutique carrying women's clothing, jewelry, home décor and special gift items. L to R: Ann Hofman, Dan Doyle, Debra Peterson, Nichelle Lund, Jason Donovan, Kelly Donovan (owner), April Meyerink, Jay Soukup and Gayle Donovan.

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    Child's Play Toys

    2524 S. Lorraine Place
    childsplaytoyssf.com
    Child's Play Toys is a unique toy shop for curious kids carrying toys, books and clothing. Find them in historic downtown or in this new location at Lake Lorraine. L to R: Kathy Larson, Joe Millar, Bobbi Thury, Nancy Savage (owner), Jay Soukup, Bella Savage and Nathan Stallinga.

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    Glory House

    1654 W. 51st St.
    glory-house.org
    The Glory House now offers a new apartment to provide safe, sober, accessible housing for 25 tenants joining the local workforce. L to R: Allan Saugstad, Dakotah Jordan, Ryan Kolbeck (board chair), Jason Mueller, Greg Sands, Dino Deperno, Dave Johnson, Tim Sturdevant, Jay Soukup, Mike Hauck and Nicki Dvorak-Ripperda.

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    Hotel on Phillips

    100 N. Phillips Ave.
    hotelonphillips.com
    Hotel On Phillips is a new upscale boutique hotel located in a historic bank building in downtown Sioux Falls. L to R: Deb Anderson, Valerie Loudenback, Mayor Paul TenHaken, Amy O'Connor Hoback, James Payer II, Brenda Schmidt (president/CEO), Megan Jansick, Jolene Matheson, Tom Morris (director of development) and Jeff Eliason.

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    Junior Achievement of South Dakota

    300 S. Phillips Ave., Suite L102
    jasd.org
    Junior Achievement is celebrating its move to this new office location in downtown Sioux Falls. L to R: Joel Vockrodt, Randy Knecht, Dakotah Jordan, Kayla Eitreim (president), Dave Bangasser, Jay Soukup, Lynda Billars and Julie Nelson.

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    Lamfers & Maas, LLP

    5915 S. Remington Pl., Suite 100
    lamfersmaas.com
    Lamfers & Maas, LLP is a CPA firm whose mission is to provide superior accounting services. They look forward to serving their clients in a new location. L to R: Sandy Case, Scott Lawrence, Becky Ridl, Eric Maas (managing partner), Jay Soukup, James Gaspar, Lynda Billars and Myra Wulf.

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    leela & lavender

    2101 W. 69th St., Suite 105
    leelaandlavender.com
    leela and lavender is a one-stop style shop that offers personal style sessions as well as leela after hours gatherings. L to R: Alexis Konstant, Ashly Norman, Jay Soukup, Natalie Eisenberg, Vanessa Anderson (general manager), Dawn Olmstead, Sheila Hoff and Hadley Egland.

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    Medcor, Inc

    320 S. Phillips Ave., Suite 202
    medcor.com
    Medcor's innovative telephonic injury triage service provides pre-claim injury assessment for employees at workplaces. L to R: Kim Leibel, Jay Soukup, T.J. Nelson, Eric Robinson (executive vice president), Paul Haney, Dan Doyle, Brandy Terveen, Brian Spader, Rhiannon Israel and Chris Soukup.

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    Obscure Brewing

    5200 E. Grant St.
    obscurebrewing.com
    Obscure Brewing is the first brewery on the growing east side of Sioux Falls. L to R: Trina Borchardt, Valerie Loudenback, Mike Nussbaum, Don Choate (owner/CEO), Jay Soukup, Brittany Elsasser, Mike Hauck, Cole Robbins and Matt Nussbaum.

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    Oxenham Group

    2329 N. Career Ave., Suite 226
    oxenhamgroup.com
    Oxenham Group a recruiting firm that closely aligns personal and professional goals with organizational missions. L to R: John Glynn, James Gaspar, Kim Haiar, Bill McGuckin (co-founder & managing partner), Tom Pagano, Damon Punt, Mike Hauck and Rich Hecht.

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    tre Ministries

    900 W. 11th St.
    treministries.org
    tre Ministries is committed to creating a purposeful space intended to unlock the potential of today's youth and young adults spiritually, physically, socially and academically. L to R: Ross Wickman, Brad Nelson, Isabel Masloski, James Gaspar, Mary Hughes, Nathan Stallinga, Sandy Bevern (executive director), Jay Soukup and Becky Blue.

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