Chamber E-Connection
Marshall Area Chamber Weekly Events Newsletter
May 15th | 2020
Banner Ad
ONE  top Banner Ad spot is available each week in the E-Connection newsletter. These are first come, first serve for each selected Friday date at $50/week. Email  for more information.

Zoom Meeting Sponsorship is available for $100.
This will include your logo and introduction at the beginning of a Chamber hosted zoom meeting. Email if interested!
Marshall Quick Guide - COVID-19 Business Resources
Marshall Quick Guide
Upcoming Events
Young Professionals Luncheon
Tuesday, May 19th | 12-1 PM
Pizza Ranch Lot

Join us as we social distance and clean up outside at the same time! In the month of May, we will get some fresh air and pick-up litter by the Walmart/Tall Grass outlet parking lot (OR if you have a spot that needs picked up, you are more than welcome to meet us at Pizza Ranch for lunch and then go to that specific spot to pick up litter..)
*We will stay 6 feet apart the entire time as we will be dispersing to get the job done!
  • Please bring gloves, a bag to collect the litter in, and hand sanitizer to use afterwards. 
  • We will be outside but please bring a mask if you have one. 
  • Lunch will be provided. 
  • Please be respectful of personal space when getting lunch. 
Please click the "register" button to register for this event! It will be fun to see some faces while maintaining a social distance. 
Thank you to our Young Professional Sponsor, Sleep Inn .
Re-Opening Retail How-To Webinar

As Minnesota's retail stores and consumer-facing businesses prepare to re-open, now is the time to craft your safety plan!
On this webinar we'll walk through what a safety plan looks like, the requirements to re-open a store, best practices and how to tailor them to any environment.
TODAY! Friday, May 15, 11:00 a.m.
Register now!
COVID-19 Preparedness Plan
Friday, May 15th 12:00 - 1:00

Are You Ready to Open your Business?
Do you have your COVID-19 Preparedness Plan in place?
Meeting ID: 472 285 2273
Password: 1234
To call in: 312 626 6799
GreenStep Cities Webinar 2: Telework Best Practices:
Impacts on Transportation, the Environment, and the Workplace
Upcoming Webinar:
Monday, May 18
Noon - 1pm
Frank Douma and Adeel Lari from the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs will be joining us to talk about how transitioning to flexible workplaces with telework can decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and increase productivity. They will also share best practices on managing work/life balance while working virtually. Time for Q&A is included.  
Get Strategic: Your Social Media Pandemic Survival Guide
With Impressions Marketing, Design & Social Media
Thursday, May 21 at 9:30 a.m. on Zoom.

COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges for small businesses. You still need to connect with your customers. Social media can help you do that.  
Chelsea would like to answer YOUR questions! Please email ahead of time with specific questions for Chelsea. 

Zoom Meeting Sponsorship is available for $100 .

Eat Out
Laugh In

Wednesday, May 20th
8 PM: Virtual
Support your local Marshall restaurants and you'll gain exclusive access to a virtual comedy show, hosted by Visit Marshall! When you order take out between May 10th and May 19th, send us a photo of your receipt and you'll be added to our invitation list.
Receipts can be sent to Cassi Weiss at .
Live Local. Love Local. Eat Local

Rally Around Marshall
+ Our Area Businesses
Wednesday, May 27th
4:30-6:30 PM

Gift Card and Donation Drive
Live on Facebook - Call In or Stop by the Chamber!

Call to pre-order your gift cards, chamber gift checks, coupon books, live local items at (507) 532-4484.

Schedule pick-up or we can mail your gift cards!

Free Food
Anyone 18 years and under.

  • Meals will be distributed Monday Through Friday (through Friday, May 29th)
  • Still from 11:00am-2:00pm
  • Meals will not be distributed Monday, May 25th. 
  • Meal handed out on Friday, May 22nd will include May 25th. (two breakfast, two lunch and two snack)
Business News
Women's Connect Event
For Businesses: Safely Returning to Work

Governor Tim Walz and state agencies including the Department of Employment and Economic Development, Department of Health, and Department of Labor and Industry are working together to gradually allow more businesses to reopen, serve customers, and safely return Minnesotans to work.

Effective May 18, 2020:
  • All retail stores, malls and other businesses that sell, rent, maintain and repair goods can reopen for in-person sales as long as they:
  • Have adopted and implemented a COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, including social distancing guidelines for workers and customers
  • Allow no more than 50% of the establishment's occupant capacity inside at any time
  • All businesses that have been allowed to reopen under previous Executive Orders, including Critical Sector businesses and non-Critical Sector industrial and office-based businesses, can continue operations.
  • Industrial or manufacturing businesses can also reopen co-located retail facilities as long as they also follow the restrictions outlined in Executive Order 20-56.
  • Critical Sector businesses that were never closed can continue to operate under the guidance in Executive Order 20-48.
All workers who are able to work from home should continue to do so.

Return to work: A web series

Is your business planning for a safe return to work? What are best practices to encourage a safe workplace for employees and customers? Learn best practices from experts in the industry.  

How can employers adjust their work practices and workspaces to mitigate health risks and reopen? How can they make employees and customers comfortable in their workspaces?
Chamber Member Job Postings
This is  FREE  for Chamber Members!  
Log in to your ChamberMaster account and post now! Not sure how to log in? 
Call the Chamber at  507-532-4484  or email to learn how.

  • Avera Marshall
  • C.N.A. - Sign on bonus & We could pay 100% of your college tuition!
  • Registered Nurse - Long Term Care - Benefit Eligible!
  • Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
  • Cook
  • Home Care/Hospice Care Assistant - Benefit Eligible!
  • Optometrist
  • RN or LPN - Long Term Care - Benefit Eligible!
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg & CCU
  • Long Term Care LPN - As needed!
  • Long Term Care RN - As needed; Granite Falls!
  • Vice President - Mission Services
  • Behavioral Health Technician
  • Director of Nursing
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg & Ortho
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg As needed! - Avera Tyler
  • Dietary Aide - Granite Falls - 2 openings!
  • Dietary Aide - Avera Marshall
  • BH Electronics
  • Electronic Assembler
  • Boulder Creek Assisted Living
  • Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • Charge Nurse (LPN, RN)
  • Schwan's Company
  • 1st shift Maintenance Technician $21-26/hr, depending on experience
  • Machine Operator I / 2nd shift Beverage Plant / $15
  • Machine Operator II 6am-6pm $17+/hr
  • Material Handler I / (DC) 6:45am - 3:15pm / $13.20
  • Part Time Merchandiser 5-8hrs/weekend
  • Sanitation Associate I / SFP, Beverage / $15.50
  • Shipping Receiving Inventory Control PT / 4pm - 8pm / $13
  • Lyon County
  • Engineering Intern
  • Hope Harbor
  • Marketing Communications Manager
  • Boerboom Ag Resources
  • Human Resources Manager
  • GreatAmerica Financial Service Corp
  • Full/Part Time Customer Service Representative- Consumer (Marshall, MN)
  • New Horizons Crisis Center
  • Parenting Time Monitor
  • Pizza Ranch
  • All hourly positions
  • AP Design
  • Awards & Graphics Specialist
  • Carlson & Stewart Refrigeration
  • Commercial Apprentice Refrigeration Technician
  • Commercial Journeymen Refrigeration Technician
  • Laborer
  • Welder
  • City of Marshall
  • Tall Grass Liquor--Checkout Clerk (Part-time)
  • US Bank
  • Customer Service Representative
  • North Star Mutual Insurance Company
  • Policy Processing Technician - Commercial Underwriting
  • Prairie Home Hospice & Community Care
  • Part Time LPN
  • Hoffman & Brobst
  • Office Manager/Administrator

Any Chamber member may submit job postings! Ask about your login by emailing  or call the Chamber at 532-4484.
Chamber E-Connection Guidelines and Policies
Newsletter Goals and Audience
The purpose of the Chamber E-Connection newsletter is to share our members' events with other business and community members. It is an informational newsletter and helps to promote our member businesses and their events. Each Friday, our newsletter is sent to over 1,800 individuals. Our separate emails are sent to the same list, but are held especially for our Chamber events and Business After Hours.

Newsletter Policy
E-Connection events are included based on requests from the member business. The following criteria are requested by the Marshall Area Chamber for event submissions:
  • Events flyers or submissions must be an actual event. We do not include sales or promotions.
  • Events can be included in the E-Connection for one week free of charge,
and you have the option of adding one additional week for $20.
  • Submissions must be sent the Wednesday prior to that Friday's
  • E-Connection to be included to
  • All event flyers are for Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce members only.