Chamber President's Gala well attended

Brittany Carlson, general manager of Alliance Title & Escrow Corp, was recognized as one of the Businesses of the Year at the Greater Blackfoot Chamber of Commerce President's Gala. Carlson is the incoming president of the Chamber. She stands with Julie Ann Goodrich, executive director of the chamber. Dr. Fahim Rahim spoke about 'What does it mean to be an American?' at the Greater Blackfoot Chamber of Commerce President's Gala that took place on Thursday at the Sho-Ban Hotel.
By: 
LESLIE MIELKE
Staff Writer

The Greater Blackfoot Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual President's Gala on Thursday at the Sho-Ban Hotel. Almost 200 people attended the gala that recognizes businesses and individuals. Thirty-five businesses and individuals were recognized.
— Paul Bingham, a Salvation Army Volunteer, received the Best Foot Forward award.
— Restore Rite was recognized as the Business of the Year for life and home.
— Snake River Travel Plaza and A&W Restaurant were recognized as the Business of the Year for Eat, Shop and Play.
— Premier Technology was recognized as the Business of the Year in the Business and Professional.
As he received Premier Technology's award, Doug Sayer said, "There are four rules in business. Take care of your employees, customers, suppliers and community."
To read the whole story, see it in the Friday, Nov. 17, edition of the Morning News.

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