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Weekly Update November 9, 2015

Whitney Kaehr
Uncategorized, Weekly Update

Deerwood Bank hosted a booth at the annual, Dakota County Business
After Hours sponsored by Dakota Electric Association.


Ambassador Visit – Verizon Wireless

Inver Family Chiropractic and Wellness Medical – Ambassador


Check out our videos from our Ambassador visits on
our facebook page

The River Heights Chamber of Commerce announced its
participation in the sixth annual
Small Business Saturday on
November 28th  
and will continue to carry promote it
through the holiday shopping season to support small businesses in
South St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights.   Founded by
American Express® in 2010, Small Business Saturday® is a day to
celebrate the small businesses that help support their
neighborhoods and is held every year on the Saturday after
Thanksgiving. Now in its sixth year, Small Business Saturday has
been embraced as part of the holiday shopping tradition as each
year shoppers, businesses and public officials come together to
Shop Small® and show their neighborhood pride.
“The River Heights Chambers vision is not only to be the premier
advocate for small business, but also to be the small business
champion of promoting the local business community.” Said Kelton
Glewwe of Roadware Inc. and the 2015 Chairman of the River Heights
Chamber of Commerce.
Small business owners can learn more about taking part in the
Neighborhood Champion program and download free marketing materials
on www.shopsmall.com.
About Small Business Saturday:
November 28th marks the sixth annual Small Business Saturday, a
day dedicated to supporting the local businesses that create
jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the
country. Small Business Saturday was created by American
Express in 2010 in response to small business owners’ most
pressing need: more customers.
Disability-access lawsuits spark calls for
From the ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS: A recent string of
lawsuits targeting Minnesota businesses that allegedly
are out of step with state and federal accessibility
standards has business leaders and some disability
advocates calling for new legislation. The Minnesota
Chamber of Commerce is working with the State Council
on Disability and other groups to draft a proposal they
plan to present during the 2016 legislative session.
They hope to give business owners an opportunity to
bring their facilities into compliance with the
Minnesota Human Rights Act before a lawsuit could
proceed. Read the full article here.

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Weekly Update November 2, 2015

Whitney Kaehr
Weekly Update

Progress Plus hosted a booth on behalf of Inver Grove Heights and South St. Paul at the 9th Annual Minnesota Commercial Association of Real Estate/Realtors Expo in Minneapolis to promote bringing business to our region.

Progress plus Expo 2 10-28-15 Progress plus Expo 10-28-15

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