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R.M. Stoudt named January Business of the Month

The business was honored by Jamestown chamber groups

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The Young Professionals of Jamestown and the Chamber Ambassadors recently recognized R.M. Stoudt as the January Business of the Month Award recipient. The nomination noted the business raised more than $30,000 in the previous year for the community through Running of the Pink and other activities. The Jamestown Area Chamber of Commerce honors businesses that provide superior customer service, exhibit community spirit and provide a positive economic impact to the community. This award provides recognition throughout the month with a plaque and a recognition banner for the month. Monthly award winners will be considered for the Business of the Year to be awarded in January 2023. Business of the Month award nomination forms are available at the chamber office and online at http://www.jamestownchamber.com. Call 701-252-4830 for more information.
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