Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors visit 4 businesses


ALEXANDRIA — The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors visited four local businesses on Wednesday, April 10.

Boomerang Marine and Sports is a powersports and marine dealership offering new and pre-owned ATV and boats. It also has a service department, sells parts, accessories, and apparel, and offers financing. The new location at 1424 N Nokomis Street in Alexandria nearly doubled its lot and showroom size. Learn more at

www.boomerangsports.com

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Perfektly Charmen’ is a spa locally owned and operated by Karmen Lemm. The spa is located at 504 3rd Ave. E, Unit L, and opened in October of 2023. It offers facials, body wraps, waxing and sugaring. Gift certificates are available. Learn more by searching Perfektly Charmen’ on Facebook.

Thrivent Financial is a holistic financial services organization offering financial advice, insurance, investments, annuities, and banking services. It also focuses on giving back to the communities it serves through charitable giving programs and volunteer opportunities. Lucas Kosters and Alan Iverson are new Financial Associates with Thrivent serving the Alexandria community. Their offices are located at 1920 Turning Leaf Lane SW. Learn more about them at

local.thrivent.com/directory/mn/alexandria

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Firefly Speech and Language Therapy is owned and operated by Breanna Adelman and located at 1920 Turning Leaf Lane SW, Ste. 3. It opened in August of 2023 and offers services for speech sound disorders, language, and fluency for kids pre-school age through middle school. Adelman also contracts with schools to fill gaps as needed and is available for private scheduling. Learn more at

www.fireflyspeechlanguage.com

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The Chamber Ambassadors serve as an active communication link to cultivate and promote positive relationships between the Chamber and the business community for members and non-members. For more information about the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, visit

www.alexandriamn.org

or call 320-763-3161.





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