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Chamber congratulates Ken K. Thompson Jewelry on recent remodel

Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, 1080 Paul Bunyan Dr. NW, on a remodel that will now enable them to do more custom work. 

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Pictured from left: Ambassadors Russ Moen, Ashley Stevens, Denae Alamano, fourth-generation jeweler Brandon Thompson, third-generation jeweler Dale Thompson, fourth-generation jeweler Brittany Thompson, Ambassadors Noemi Aylesworth, Colleen Schulke, Lisa Hofstad and Karl Bleser.
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Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, 1080 Paul Bunyan Dr. NW, on a remodel that will now enable them to do more custom work. 

With double the workspace, Ken K. Thompson now offers more jewelry service/repair along with custom engraving on jewelry, plaques and more, a release said.

To learn more, visit kenkthompsonjewelry.com.   

Related Topics: BEMIDJI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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