Column: Chamber announces 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 that have come together to promote quality of life in our area through a healthy business climate. This type of network is more important than ever during these uncertain times.
During its regularly scheduled board meetings held on September 10 and November 12, the following businesses were presented and approved for membership by the Delta Chamber Board of Directors.
Alo Health, LLC is a holistic health service focused on healing people struggling with chronic health issues. Kristyn Madalinski, RN, Certified Digestive Health Specialist and Founder of Alo Health is excited to open a new office in Escanaba. Clients will learn how to nourish, strengthen and sustain their body’s health and wellness by partnering with Alo Health – Upper Peninsula! Call (920) 759-9037 for additional information.
Lake Superior Business Machines & Printer Cartridges, Inc located at 1100 Ludington Street Suite #202, Escanaba specializes in office equipment sales and service as well as office supply sales. Owners Dave and Bonnie Closs have extensive experience in their field and look forward to helping take care of your office needs. Call (906) 786-1888 today.
Sears Hometown Escanaba located at 322 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba is a full line appliance and tool company offering great customer service for your appliance and tool needs. Customers can also shop home goods including vacuums, hardware, and electronic needs, as well as a great selection of lawn & garden products including tractors, snow-blowers and mowers.
South City Pub is a classy and modern establishment located at 1117 Ludington Street, Escanaba. It is the perfect place to meet with friends for a drink or play a casual game of pool. Owners James and Kaylah Berube and the entire South City team look forward to serving you soon.
The Chamber takes pride in its membership whose specialties range 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. We remain committed to doing all we can to support our Waterfront Community for years to come. 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