Chamber Ambassadors recognizes 3 Alexandria area businesses

They include Kalon Medical Spa, Central Ebikes and Duininck Concrete

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ALEXANDRIA — The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recognized three local businesses on Wednesday, Oct. 12.

Kalon Medical Spa is located at 2600 Jefferson St. in Alexandria, part of Vance Thompson Vision. Its goal is to enhance the inner beauty of its patients, so their confidence grows along with their outer glow. Its products and services are inclusive and range from natural health and wellness treatments to medical-grade skin care. Shawnda Geiselhart is the director. Learn more at

Dan Tilberg is the owner of Central Ebikes located at 403 Broadway St., in the same building as Viking Gun and Pawn also owned by Tilberg. The Ebikes are available for purchase or can be rented by the half or full day. Various adult electric bikes are available as well as kids style bikes. Learn more by calling 320-762-8811.

Duininck Concrete recently acquired Alexandria Concrete. It offers aggregates, ready mix, construction supply products, and pumping services for both commercial and residential projects. Duininck Concrete has locations in Alexandria, Benson, Danube, Glenwood, Hutchinson, Morris, New London, Redwood Falls, Sauk Centre, Wadena, and Willmar. Shane Korsmo is plant manager; Amy Berskow, controller; Edward Peterson, integrated sales north; Todd Freier, area northern manager; Nate Skindelien, director of sales/marketing; and Stacy Sweep, Duininck Construction supply division manager. Learn more at

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 or call 320-763-3161.

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