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Bemidji Chamber welcomes new manager of Northwoods Lumber Co.

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Orlando Alamano as the new General Manager of Northwoods Lumber Co.

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Pictured from left in the back are Ambassador Barb Treat, Chamber Executive Director Abby Randall, Ambassadors Denae Alamano, Jerry Downs and Brian Bissonette. In the front row are Inside Sales Representative Todd Guntzel, General Manager Orlando Alamano, Inventory Manager Amber Latzke, and Ambassador Ashley Stevens.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Orlando Alamano as the new General Manager of Northwoods Lumber Co., a second-generation, family-owned building material dealer which has served Blackduck, Bemidji and the surrounding areas since 1973.

They have a full-service lumberyard and home center. In Bemidji, Northwoods Lumber is located at 5102 Highway 71 North, and the Blackduck location is at 25778 Highway 71 Northeast.

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