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Bemidji Sports Centre congratulated by the Chamber Ambassadors

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors congratulated Bemidji Sports Centre on a recent expansion of its Sea-Doo watercraft showroom.

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Pictured from left: Chamber Executive Director Abby Randall, Ambassadors Brian Bissonette and Sylvia Wildgen, second-generation employees Triston Teigland and Shane Teigland who is also general manager, and Ambassadors Betsie Curb and Denae Alamano.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors congratulated Bemidji Sports Centre on a recent expansion of its Sea-Doo watercraft showroom.

Bemidji Sports Centre is located at 1826 Anne St. NW, in Bemidji. For more information, visit  bemidjisportscentre.com.

Related Topics: BEMIDJI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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