Delta County Chamber gets new members

ESCANABA — The Delta County Area Chamber of Commerce provides an avenue for our business people to play a leadership role in building a healthy, vibrant community. We are a partner to every community, every business and every citizen.

When a business joins the Delta County Area Chamber of Commerce, they become part of a county-wide network of businesses who have come together to promote quality life in our area through a healthy business climate. At the two most recent meetings of the Delta Chamber Board of Directors, the following nine businesses were presented and approved for membership.

– Crispignas Italian Market, a 94-year-old business on the northside of Iron Mountain, focuses on the traditions of the family recipes in their store and have also expanded to wholesale in local Upper Peninsula grocery stores, along with offering catering.

– Greenwood Getaway, located at 4890 Greenwood 18.12 Drive, Escanaba, is a new vacation rental featuring a three-bedroom, two bath house with 2.5 attached garage. If you have family coming to town and are looking for a place for them to stay nearby, call Deana and Chris Martinson at (941) 735-3034

– Hobby Lobby is set to open soon in the Delta Plaza mall at 2400 1st Ave. N., Escanaba. Hobby Lobby stores offer more than 70,000 crafting and home decor products including floral, fabric, needle art, custom framing, baskets, home accents, wearable art, arts and crafts, jewelry making, scrapbooking and paper crafting. Hobby Lobby is looking forward to being a part of the wonderful Delta County Business Community.

– Key Realty is a real estate brokerage firm with offices located at 2419 Ludington St., Escanaba. Their agents have the desire and experience to take care of all your real estate needs. Call (906) 233-7455 today and speak to one of their friendly agents.

– SAV MOR IGA located at 306 Stephenson Ave, Escanaba, is a convenient grocery store with a “made from scratch” deli, fresh meats, large selection of fine wines, imported beers and the largest selection of craft and microbrew beers in the area. New owners Craig and Chris Carter are excited to offer top notch product and service to Delta County.

– Spotlight Coaches of 817 Delta Ave., Gladstone, offers charter bus services to our community. Whether you are looking to plan a special event where transportation of customers is necessary or interested in participating in an various overnight bus trips, Spotlight Coaches has you covered. For more information call (906) 428-2388.

– Chad Carlson owner of Tacit, Inc is ready to take care of your construction needs. Tacit specializes in general contracting, engineering, construction management, skilled trades, drafting and design. Call Chad at 906-241-8828.

– Trotter’s Floral is a family-owned and operated flower shop proudly serving Gladstone and surrounding areas for over 27 years. Their new location at 900 Superior Ave. has allowed owners Debbie Kuehl and Dave Trotter to spread out as they work to expand their services to better serve their customers.

– U.P.utt Family Fun Center will soon be opening at 2805 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba. This family entertainment facility owned by Don and Vickie Martin will feature indoor glow mini golf. Stay tuned for details as their opening date approaches.

The chamber takes pride in its rapidly growing list of members drawn from local retail, commercial and industrial businesses, as well as professionals and other citizens in Delta County and surrounding areas interested in the concepts of business development, community improvement, and cultural and environmental enhancement.

For a complete membership listing or for information on how to become a member, visit deltami.org.

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Sheila Krueger is associate director of the Delta County Chamber of Commerce

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