Column: New Chamber members

ESCANABA — Tis the season for new beginnings. New building, new baby and new members. As I return from maternity leave after welcoming a beautiful baby girl in April, I have the pleasure of welcoming a great slate of new Chamber members who were presented and approved for membership at meetings held in April, May and June.

GreenTree Auto Styling is an automotive detailing, vinyl wrap and decal business located at 205 Danforth Rd Escanaba.

Holy Name Catholic School offers pre-school, half day kindergarten, full day kindergarten, first through eighth grade with plans to re-open grades ninth to 12th. As part of their Scrip program, they offer U.P. State Fair Weekly Passes for sale in their office. For more information call (906) 786-7550.

Great Lakes Wealth Advisors help their clients make sound financial decisions as they pursue their financial goals. Located at 812 Ludington Street in Escanaba, Dominic Benetti and Christopher Sauve look forward to discussing how they can help you achieve your financial goals.

Plumbers, Pipefitters & HVAC/ Local 111 are trained journeyman, apprentices, and staff to help you with all your industrial, commercial, residential, and construction needs. Their pledge is to assist all union contractors in the United States and Canada. They are also a member of the Upper Peninsula Construction Labor-Management Council.

Nastoff, Bergman & Moore, P.C. are lawyers that are client focused and community minded. They are ready to assist in every area of law including family law, divorce, custody, business law, collections, landlord-tenant, contracts, and many other unique and specialized fields. 

In addition to outfitting workers in clean uniforms each workday, Unifirst Corporation also have a hand in keeping their customers clean, safe, and healthy through our Facility Service programs.

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 of life in our area through a healthy business climate.

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