Monday, September 17, 2018 I serving the tri-state region
Wed Sept 26 - Ribbon Cutting at 4:30 PM for new Chamber member, Siouxland Estate Planning Council at Morningside College, Weiker Auditorium in Buhler Rohlfs Hall. Parking is available on the west end of Grace United Methodist Church parking lot.
Thur Sept 27 - Ribbon Cutting at 10:00 AM for new Chamber member, HIS Armor hosted at the Siouxland Chamber, 701 Pierce St. (Pioneer Bank Bldg).
Thur Sept 27 - Ribbon Cutting at 3:00 PM for Countryside Health Care Center, 6120 Morningside Ave. (just off the Hwy 75 bypass). They are celebrating the completion of their recent renovations. Following the ribbon cutting there will be tours, appetizers, cocktails and door prizes.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
The College Center
1001 College Way
South Sioux City, NE
Government Relations Meeting
Friday, September 21, 2018
7:00 AM
Long Lines Family Rec Center
3rd Floor Conference Room

John Stineman, Executive Director of the Iowa Chamber Alliance, will provide a breakdown of upcoming issues for the 2019 Iowa Legislature. John is a frequent speaker at the Chamber and brings a wealth of knowledge to help us begin development of the 2019 Chamber Legislative Agenda.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber
701 Pierce St. (Pioneer Bank Bldg.)
On street parking at meters is available.

Not Another Weight Loss Challenge?!
Sarah Davy, Preventive Health Manager

Sarah will share well-being initiatives and ideas beyond physical health to engage employees and make an impact.

Register here as seating is limited.
Motto or Favorite Quote:
"I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious." - Albert Einstein

What are you currently most excited about with your work/career? Working in the real estate industry is very exciting because it is always changing. No two days are ever the same and I get to meet and work with some pretty amazing people.

What would you tell someone considering becoming a Siouxland Chamber investor? Do it! There are incredible opportunities for both small and large businesses. The Chamber really does want your business to succeed and they are committed to helping you do so.

What is your favorite memory or experience volunteering with the Chamber? The Key Executive Welcome Dinner has to be one of my favorite events. It's just a good night of learning about others within the community with a fun twist.


Now - Oct 5 - Dream Big Grow Here Contest , sponsored by Siouxland Economic Development Corporation. Entrepreneurs in Cherokee, Lyon, Monona, O'Brien, Osceola, Plymouth, Sioux and Woodbury Counties can submit their business or startup idea here . Find out all the contest details here .
Event Schedule
5:00 PM - Cocktail Reception
6:00 PM - Invocation/Color Guard Presentation
6:15 PM - Dinner Served
6:45 PM Program Begins
7:45 PM Keynote Address

Event parking is complimentary at both the Heritage Ramp (3rd and Jackson Street) and
the Discovery Ramp
(5th and Jones Street)

Reservations must be made in advance. Call the Chamber today at 712.255.7903.

Jon Winkel, Owner
Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054
The following businesses and organizations are observing milestone anniversaries as Siouxland Chamber of Commerce investors.

65 Years
Sedgwick Talley Abstract

60 Years
FEH Design

30 Years
One Office Solution

20 Years
Northwest Bank

10 Years
Mercy Business Health
Siouxland Federal Credit Union - Gordon Drive
Siouxland Federal Credit Union - Hamilton Blvd.
Stoney Creek Hotel & Conference Center

5 Years
Rail to Road
Springboard Coworking
Trinity Electrical Services

1 Year
A&B Business Solutions
Bergan KDV
Boatman Tile
Casey's General Store - North Sioux City
Crash! Boom! Bang! Whiskey Hole
Glass Guru of Sioux City
Level Spine Chiropractic
Office Furniture Options
Siouxland OBGYN
How many years has Sterk Financial Services been in Siouxland? 14 years

What services do you offer?
Investment Management; Financial, Retirement, & Estate Planning; 401K Management

What is a fun or surprising fact about your business?
Our windows get hit by golf balls every week - but none have been broken.