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Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce spotlights three new members

Brophy Bay Mart, Spectrum Business and RehabAuthority Physical Therapy are recognized.

The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team recognized three new Chamber members on Wednesday, Aug. 4.

Brophy Bay Mart, LLC is located at 4178 County Rd. 82 NW. The store offers a full liquor store, bait, tackle, gas and many convenience items. Rick Johnson has owned the store for the last six years. To learn more visit them on Facebook: www.facebook.com/BrophyBayGasMart .

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Rick Johnson (middle), the owner of Brophy Bay Mart, is shown with the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team. (Contributed photo)


Spectrum Business offers services to both business and residential locations with no contracts. Its services include internet, phone, TV, mobile and more. It also offers 24/7 customer support. Learn more at www.business.spectrum.com .

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Tonia Hanson, business account executive (middle) with Spectrum Business, met with the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team. (Contributed photo)

RehabAuthority Physical Therapy has many locations but is new to the Alexandria area and is located at 3007 Hwy. 29 S, Ste. 102. Physical Therapist, Travis Beniak, treats many conditions but enjoys treating back, neck and sports injuries. Learn more at www.rehabauthority.com .

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Travis Beniak, PT, DPT for RehabAuthority Physical Therapy is shown with the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team. (Contributed photo)

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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