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Nominations for Top 5 Under 40 Young Professionals being accepted

Each nomination will be judged on the individual’s professional skills and accomplishments, community involvement, and overall depth of qualities.

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ALEXANDRIA — The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and the Alexandria Echo Press are accepting nominations for the 2022 Top 5 Under 40 Young Professionals. The honor recognizes the talent of emerging leaders in any business sector in the Alexandria Lakes Area who are younger than age 40.

Each nomination will be judged on the individual’s professional skills and accomplishments, community involvement, and overall depth of qualities.

The Top 5 Professionals will be featured in the Chamber’s Annual Tabloid, published by and inserted into the Echo Press in late January, and will be honored at the Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Celebration event in early 2022.

To nominate a young professional younger than age 40, visit www.alexandriamn.org and click

“Click Here to Nominate a Top 5 Under 40 Individual”. Nominations must be received by noon Tuesday, Dec. 6. For more information call 320-763-3161 or email jess@alexandriamn.org.

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