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Skin Radiance welcomed by Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Jackie Tillotson on her new business, Skin Radiance, located at 210 24th St. NW, Suite 200. 

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Pictured from left: Ambassadors Ashley Stevens, Naomi Kapaun, Noemi Aylesworth, Owner Jackie Tillotson, Ambassadors Benita Dingman, Sonja Zimmerman and Chamber Executive Director Abby Randall.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently congratulated Jackie Tillotson on her new business, Skin Radiance, located at 210 24th St. NW, Suite 200. 

Skin Radiance offers custom facial services for everyone including those with sensitive skin, rosacea, acne and those who need pregnancy and oncology-friendly facials, lymphatic drainage, chemical peels, dermaplaning, LED therapy and more, a release said.

For more information, visit  skinradiancebemidji.com.

Related Topics: BEMIDJI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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