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  • Shannon's Stained Glassery (4/21/17)

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  •  The Superior Chamber of Commerce and our Ambassadors and Mayor Jim Paine were at Shannon's Stained Glassery Friday, April 21 to celebrate their Open House and enjoy a ribbon cutting marking the opening of their Paint Your Own Pottery Studio! The event featured wine from Wine Beginnings and an art show with fabulous stained glass pieces! Congratulations Shannon's Stained Glassery on the continued growth of your business!  Click here to see more photos

  • US2/Belknap Reconstruction Groundbreaking (3/3/17)

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  • Mayor Bruce Hagen, The Superior Chamber of Commerce and Ambassadors, the City of Superior, the Superior Business Improvement District, and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation came together Monday, April 3 to break ground on the US2/Belknap Reconstruction project. The groundbreaking took place on the corner of Belknap and Hill Avenue. 
    The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), in coordination with the City of Superior, is reconstructing US 2, Belknap Street, from Banks Avenue to Hill Avenue. Belknap Street is both a principal arterial and an over-size/overweight truck route, and it connects the Wisconsin US 2 corridor with Minnesota. This project replaces 1.4 miles of concrete roadway, upgrades the storm sewer system, and improves safety on Belknap Street. The project also includes improvements on most of the connecting side streets north and south of US 2, Belknap Street, back to the respective alleys. Learn more at : http://bit.ly/BelknapUS2
  • UW-Superior's Center for Community Engaged Learning (3/2/17)

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  • The Superior-Douglas County Chamber of Commerce was excited to celebrate the ribbon cutting for UW-Superior's Center for Community Engaged Learning on March 2, 2017. The center will help support collaborations between UW-Superior and the community through community engagement, including, but not limited to: academic service learning, applied research, creative activities, internships, and volunteering! Congratulations to the employees of the CCEL and UW-Superior for your grand opening and all the exciting opportunities to come! Click here to see more photos!

    Curves - Superior (1/27/17)

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  • Curves in Superior celebrated their one-year anniversary under new ownership with the Superior-Douglas County Chamber Ambassadors with a ribbon cutting on Friday, January 27, 2017. Owners Judy Aspling and Jodi Kujawa also held a member appreciation event to thank new and loyal customers! Curves is a facility specially designed for women that features a complete 30-minute workout that is fun, fast, and safe for all ages. Congratulations Curves, you are really a Superior business!  Click here for more photos

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