Monday, December 14, 2020 I serving the tri-state region
RESOURCES & UPDATES
The Iowa COVID Mitigation Task Force for Business has updated their PowerPoint presentation of frequently asked questions from Iowa businesses on COVID. The Iowa Department of Public Health and the state epidemiologists have signed-off on all content within this presentation. Click here to view the latest updated Business PowerPoint on COVID mitigation.
RIBBON CUTTINGS
Wed Dec 16 - Ribbon Cutting via Facebook Live at 1:30 PM for Sunnybrook Community Church Hope Center. They are celebrating their new outdoor walk-in freezer, built with a grant from Tyson Foods.
Thur Dec 17 - Ribbon Cutting at 4:00 PM for new Chamber member, Woodbury County Fair Association at the Woodbury County Fairgrounds, Fair Street #206, Moville, IA. Masks are required.
UPCOMING CHAMBER EVENTS

RETAIL ROUNDTABLE



Tuesday, December 15, 2020
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber of Commerce
101 Pierce St.
(In Person and Zoom Available)

This month's topic is "Leasing 101" presented by representatives from NAI United. They will be walking through different aspects of leasing - what to look for, common mistakes, partnering with a realtor and open locations in Siouxland.

Click here to join via Zoom. or use
Meeting ID: 489 317 289
COMMUNITY EVENTS

Thur Dec 17 - Sweet Treats with Santa hosted by LaunchPAD. Join them for a sweet treat, a fun story, a goodie bag for the road, and top it off with a picture with Santa. Space is limited to 10 children per time. Register here - $25 for one child, $15 for each additional child in the family.

Sat Dec 19 - Santa in the Window hosted by Downtown Partners at The Warrior Hotel, 525 6th St. from 12:00 Noon to 4:00 PM. Santa will be saying hi from inside The Warrior as you drive by on 6th St. Drop off your letters and take a minute to wave at Santa.

Sat Dec 19 - Small Business Marketplace hosted by Downtown Partners. Businesses from all over Siouxland pop-up in vacant spaces to join downtown businesses. For more information click here.

View more Chamber member
events here.
Read the December
Siouxland Business Journal here.
NEW INVESTORS
Matt & Amy Thompson, Owners
600 4th St., #105
Sioux City, IA 51101

Brittany Lesline, Manager
2900 Jackson St.
Sioux City, IA 51104

Robert Sissel, Owner
504 Court St.
Sioux City, IA 51101

David Bernstein, Owner
700 4th St.
Sioux City, IA 51101

Steve Kiraly, Owner
1900 Fairbanks St.
Sioux City, IA 51109

Ben Lauer, Director of Iowa
5800 Sunnybrook Plaza
Sioux City, IA 51106
DECEMBER CHAMBER
ANNIVERSARIES
The following businesses and organizations are observing milestone anniversaries as Siouxland Chamber of Commerce investors.

30 Years
Henjes Conner & Williams PC

25 Years
Ben Fish Tire Co.
Coldwell Banker
Screen Builders

15 Years
Iowa Poison Control Center

10 Years
Baird

5 Years
Nichols Rise & Company LLP
Pioneer Bank - Pierce St.
Prairie Pediatrics & Adolescent Clinic - Glenn Ave.
Security National Bank - Morningside
Security National Bank - Motor Bank
Security National Bank - Northside
Siouxland Coalition Against Human Trafficking
Siouxland Mental Health
Wells Fargo Bank NA - Southern Hills
Wells Fargo Bank NA - Westside
WoodRiver Energy

1 Year
Achieve TMS Central
Dr. Sadie Arens at Nissen Family Chiropractic
Belle Salon & Spa
Belle Salon & Spa - Lakeport
DP Sales
Midwest Welding & Mechanical Academy
New York Life Insurance Company-Sean Burton, Agent
PunchyMedia
Scooters Coffee House - Morningside
Theodore's Academy Preschool & Childcare
Universal Windows Direct of Sioux City
#MemberMonday
What services does Perkins Restaurant & Bakery offer? We offer breakfast, lunch, dinner, bakery and catering.

How many years has your business been a Chamber member? Both of our Siouxland locations have been members of the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce since 2009.

What do you enjoy most about being a Chamber member? We enjoy the fact that our Chamber investment provides us with a stronger sense of being part of the business community.

What is a fun or surprising fact about your business? The owners are a father and his two sons. One son went to Iowa State University and the other to the University of Iowa - thus CyHawk Hospitality got its name.