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Chamber Ambassadors recognize businesses in Alexandria area

The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors serve as an active communication link to cultivate and promote positive relationships between the Chamber and the business community for members and non-members.

The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recognized three local businesses on Wednesday, Oct. 13.

Emily Zwach, Zach Bruns and Aaron Stern recently purchased Cruise Inn in Alexandria. There are two sides to the business, an RV park and apartments. The RV park has full hook-ups for 39 spots. It offers seasonal and overnight options.

There are also 20 apartments with a handful of them being efficiency apartments. Each apartment is currently being remodeled. Learn more by visiting cruiseinnalexandria.com.

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Longtrees Woodfire Grill is a new restaurant to the area dishing up classic Midwest cuisine with a modern slant. Its menu features familiar comforts like rotisserie chicken, walleye fish and chips, and old school cheeseburgers. One can also find more curious tastes like fire roasted seasonal game, locally foraged mushrooms, and craft cocktails. It is open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 pm. Learn more by visiting longtreeswoodfiregrill.com.

North Central International acquired Maney International in Alexandria in early 2020. It has 13 locations across Minnesota, South Dakota and Iowa. It is a heavy-duty truck dealership offering new and pre-owned truck sales, parts, service, and leasing/rentals. In Alexandria, North Central International is open Monday – Saturday. Learn more by visiting northcentralintl.com.

The Chamber Ambassadors serve as an active communication link to cultivate and promote positive relationships between the Chamber and the business community for members and non-members.

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

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