Jamestown Chamber of Commerce Remains Busy with Ribbon Cuttings

 

JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Jamestown Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors have been busy this fall.

When businesses open that are either new, have done a remodel or have moved in the community, the chamber will host a ribbon cutting at that location. Executive Director Becky Thatcher-Keller says they’ve been all over in the past month.

She pointed out that they had about 9 ribbon cuttings total in the past month. Thatcher-Keller says the steady stream of ribbon cuttings is good for the community, signifying business growth. She says they’re not quite done yet.

The chamber is also continuing to highlight area businesses with their Business After Hours program, which showcases an area business “after hours” for individuals to come learn more about what they do and the product they provide the area.


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