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AITKIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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The Aitkin Area Chamber of Commerce exists to:

Attract people–tourists, permanent and seasonal residents and businesses to the AREA,

Raise the awareness of city, county, state and federal governing/legislative developments 
that affect the AREA,

Enhance public relations through marketing, programs and events, which encourage total community awareness of the AREA,

Advance business, professional, educational, church, community health in the AREA.

The Chamber provides an opportunity for members to partner with others to promote a positive business climate and to enhance the quality of life in our area.

Riverboat Days 2015

The 35th Annual Riverboat Heritage Days is coming July, 31st – August 2nd downtown Aitkin! Join us as we crown the new Miss Aitkin and announce the 2015 Riverboat Captain & Queen plus a whole weekend of fun and excitement. The Grand Parade starts on Saturday, August 1 at 11:30am. To participate in the parade please complete the “parade entry” form and return to the Chamber Office. Sponsorship opportunities are available. We look forward to celebrating with you!

Chamber Riverboat Letter 2015

Riverboat Days Schedule 2015 Final

Parade Entry Form

 

Join us Saturday morning August 1  at Paulbeck’s County Market for the 28th Annual Run to the Dump! This year we will be featuring a Quarter Marathon as well as a new certified 5K!

 

Run to the Dump 10K / 5K Registration

 

 

 

 

 

Shop Small

Just a few reasons to Shop Small.
  • There are 23 million small businesses in the country.
  • Small businesses have increased by 49% since 1982
  • 54% of U.S. sales happen at small businesses.
  • Small businesses have created 8 million jobs since 1990.
Small Business Stats
  • Small businesses donate 250% more than larger businesses to non-profits and community causes (Source: Seattle Good Business Network).
  • If you spend $100 at a local business, roughly $68 stays in your local economy. If you spend the same at a large business, only $43 stays in the local economy.

 

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