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Where the Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce shares helpful tips, tricks, articles and resources for the Pierre - Fort Pierre business community. The Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce is an active membership organization that has served the Pierre and Fort Pierre communities since origination as the Pierre Citizens Union in 1881. The Chamber promotes prosperity, growth, and our way of life in the lower Oahe region.

With the convergence of a full moon, a blue moon, daylight saving time and Saturday celebrations — plus the unprecedented events of this year — Halloween 2020 will truly be one to remember. Much has changed … but our love for the fun, fright, and delight of Halloween is strong as ever. So let’s unleash our Halloween inspiration — to celebrate the season in safe, fun, unexpected ways!

The Pierre Area Chamber of Commerce encourages all businesses to promote shopping the Pierre Area this holiday season!

This guide explores the business value and ROI of joining a chamber of commerce. Small business owners and entrepreneurs often overlook chambers of commerce because they are unfamiliar with them. However, this guide provides a useful introduction to the benefits of joining a chapter, the fees and choices available to business owners, and how to become a chamber member.

Hughes County Commissioner Candidates: Vicky WIlkey (D), Tom Rounds (R) and Randy Brown (R).

Amanda Bachmann (D), Mike Weisgram (R) and Will D. Mortenson (R).

When you shop local, you do far more than get the items that you want quickly and conveniently. Buying local actually stimulates the economy in our community, helps benefit local schools and charities — and it even helps the environment. Take a look at some of the many reasons why it's important to shop and buy locally.

Get to know your legislative House of Representative candidates for District 24: Mike Weisgram (R), Will D. Mortenson (R) and Amanda Bachmann (D).

For small businesses, adapting to the new norms doesn't just keep people safe -- evolving to new expectations might also be their way to survive. And, as history has told us, necessity can drive innovation and opportunity, even through these uncertain times.

Starting a business during COVID-19 may seem impossible, but these six types of businesses can help you launch a business and even help others during the pandemic.

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