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Bemidji Chamber congratulates Boss Lady Fitness on new location

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Boss Lady Fitness on their new location at 1710 Paul Bunyan Drive NW, Suite 110, in Bemidji. 

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Pictured from left: Ambassador Brian Bissonette, Chamber Executive Director Abby Randall, instructor Kristina Erickson, owner Beth VanEngelenhoven, instructors Melanie Schmidt and Susan Kaplan, and Ambassador Ashley Stevens.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Boss Lady Fitness on their new location at 1710 Paul Bunyan Drive NW, Suite 110, in Bemidji. 

Boss Lady Fitness offers yoga, Zumba, kickboxing, pilates and more. Their goal is to provide a space where people can "create the healthiest and most confident versions of themselves," a release said.

To learn more, visit bossladybemidji.com.

Related Topics: BEMIDJI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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