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Bell Bank to host Wake Up Alexandria on Oct. 7

Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone. It offers an opportunity for attendees to learn about the businesses and organizations within the community.

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ALEXANDRIA — Bell Bank, located at 1001 Broadway Street, will host the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Wake Up Alexandria event on Friday, Oct. 7 from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m.

Wake Up Alexandria is a Chamber networking event that is open to everyone. It offers an opportunity for attendees to learn about the businesses and organizations within the community.

A $1 admission is requested, with all proceeds donated to the day’s nonprofit recipient, VFW 936 Alexandria. All Chamber members will be placed in a drawing for the Pot of Gold, which is currently valued at more than $5,800.

Bell Bank is the largest family-and employee-owned bank in the upper Midwest and one of the largest in the nation, with assets of more than $10 billion. The bank opened its doors as State Bank of Fargo in 1966 with a single location in a north Fargo shopping center.

It now includes numerous branches throughout Minnesota and North Dakota as well as locations in Colorado and Arizona and includes numerous divisions, including Wealth Management, Institutional Investment Management, Mortgage, Insurance, Capital Finance, Equipment Finance, HealthcareBank and Discovery Benefits. For more information visit www.bellbanks.com

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