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Chamber of Commerce on a ribbon cutting frenzy


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The Chamber of Commerce have been busy lately, performing ribbon cutting ceremonies for the following new Carbon County businesses:

  • Family Flix
    Located at 585 East Main, Price.
  • Nature's Nitch
    Located at 110 S. Main, Helper. Tim Riley is the owner.
  • Party Animal
    Located at 139 South Main in Helper. Guy Seidel and Clayton Rasmussen are the owners.
  • Fitness World
    Located at 47 West Main, Price. Jerri Timothy, owner.
  • Community Nursing Services
    Linda Beal and her staff at Community Nursing Services join the Chamber for the official kickoff of the drive to raise funds for their new facility. The drive features the blue flamingos, that appearing throughout the city.
  • Curves
    Located at 95 East Main, Price. Lisa Hart is the owner.
  • Silver Steakhouse
    Located at 40 West Main, Price. Tony Siaperas is the owner.
  • Becky's Brews
    Located at 17 East Main, Price. Becky and Max Jones are the owners.



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