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Alexandria Chamber of Commerce Membership Team recognizes new members

The membership team serves as a resource to new members by providing support through conversations and introductions that will cultivate and promote positive ongoing relationships between Chamber members.

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ALEXANDRIA — The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team recognized four new Chamber members on Wednesday, July 6.

Master Networks is a national networking group, and a local Alexandria chapter has been formed. It offers weekly meetings, training and development, industry exclusivity and more. When you join Master Networks you have the ability to connect with other chapters across the nation. Learn more at www.masternetworks.com . Ruth Malloy is the local organizer.

Marcus Construction is a construction management and general contractor company that focuses on agricultural and commercial construction. Its main office is located in Willmar and has been family owned for more than 65 years. The company is expanding back into the Alexandria area after 20 years. Learn more at www.marcusconstruction.com . Dan Jacobs is with the company's business development; Sara Goebel is marketing director.

Miracle-Ear is located at 405 50th Ave., Ste. 104 in Alexandria. Hearing Instrument Specialist (HIS) Kate VanderWeyst works with customers to find the most comfortable discreet hearing solution. Miracle-Ear also offers lifetime service and a Miracle-Ear Foundation for those who need financial assistance.
Learn more at www.miracle-ear.com .

Dunn Brothers Coffee is located at 405 50th Ave., Ste. 101 in Alexandria and is owned by Courtney Keller and Ryan Schmitz. It offers a wide variety of coffee and non-coffee beverages and food. Dunn Brothers Coffee beans are roasted onsite for freshness. Learn more at www.dunnbrothers.com.

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The membership team serves as a resource to new members by providing support through conversations and introductions that will cultivate and promote positive ongoing relationships between Chamber members.

For more information on the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, call 320-763-3161 or visit www.alexandriamn.org .

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