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Review the chamber’s business welcome photos from 2020 and so far in 2021
HANDE Custom Designs has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The business, owned by Heather and Eric Garcia, specializes in custom woodworking items such as wood signs, custom wood picture frames, and custom planter boxes.
From left: Zachary Coumbs, McKadee Coumbs, owner Jennifer Morreale, Chamber Ambassador Sarah Massie and Chamber board member Shirley Alen-Kellerman.
Pictured left to right is Zachary and McKadee Coumbs, my son and daughter-in-law, who will often travel from Winnemucca to provide service with a smile at larger events, along with owner Jennifer Morreale. My husband John is not pictured, but he’s our ice cream engineerr and can often be found tinkering with the John Deere to make sure it’s running smoothly. We have lots of big plans for our little business, and we look forward to bringing delicious treats to Elko County!
The Elko Area Chamber welcomed Holly Bella Jewels Boutique with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. From left in front are Doug Poppino, Holly Poppino (owner), Smokey Chrisman and Ron Dillow. In back are Jacob Altman, Mariah Altman and Dillon Jamerman.
From left: Elko Area Chamber Ambassador M’Kenna Jakkola, Sandra Velazquez, Odessa Hawkins, Malissa Boswell, Cheryl M. Henning, Kristina Drake, Jessica Akins and Stephanie Young, Elko Area Chamber Ambassador.
KKCG Properties has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The company located at 222 Silver St. offers residential rentals for small families in Elko and Carlin. Managers Elizabeth and Jason Stanfill can be reached at 775-777-2005. From left: Toril Tapia, M’Kenna Jakkola and Alicia Pickens (Elko Area Chamber Ambassadors), Elizabeth Stanfill, Jazmin Flores and Mark Michelsen (Elko Area Chamber Board Member).
Pictured at the Pampered Chef ribbon cutting are, from left, Mark Michelsen of the Elko Area Chamber Board; M’Kenna Jakkola, Elko Area Chamber Ambassador; Elizabeth Stanfill; Alicia Pickens, Elko Area Chamber Ambassador; Wesley Miller and Katie Miller.
Pictured at their Elko Area Chamber ribbon cutting are Caiden, Cameron, LeAnna and Ellen Helming of Artistic Curb LLC.
Capurro Trucking has joined the Elko Area Chamber. Capurro was established in 1994 by President and Owner Clint Capurro. Based out of Reno, Capurro immersed himself in this new venture. While driving himself, he simultaneously focused on providing unmatched customer service, created an impeccable safety record and set the foundations for life-long customer relationships. In 2001, Clint opened a second location in Carlin, which is referred to as Capurro’s Mining Division. Carlin’s primary focus is hauling large volumes of ore bodies from various locations for the vast number of mining companies in the western United States.
From left: Stephanie Young, Larry Young, Carl Crews (vice president of mining services), Jim Allred (senior mine operations manager), Larinda Allred, Elko Area Chamber CEO Billie Crapo, and Leena Khoury.
Elko Area Chamber joined Enhanced Beauty at 744 S. Fifth St. for a ribbon cutting. From left are Emmett Christensen, Talya Doyle, Tasha Jacobo (owner), Liam Doyle, Brittni Doyle and Nove Doyle. “I believe every person has natural beauty, I just enhance it and help people feel better about themselves,” said Jacobo. “I do microblading, pigment/tattoo removal, nonsurgical cavi-lipo (body contouring), RF facials, RF body wraps, and detoxifying body wraps. I love helping people and giving them a boost of self confidence.”
Elko Area Chamber officials joined Princess & A Redneck for a ribbon cutting at 180 Idaho St. The store can be reached at 775-388-2020. From left: Shirley Alen-Kellerman, Marie Manning, John Anderson, Allison Anderson (owner), Terie Robertson, Larry Young and Stephanie Young.
The Elko Area Chamber welcomes Rubies Sports Bar & Nightclub at 442 Idaho St. The business, owned by Tino and Lori Ayala, can be reached at 775-753-7294.
White House coronavirus task force coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx, right, and an unidentified woman met with Elko county and city officials and others in the community Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, at the Elko County Commission Chambers.
Studio K Blow Dry Bar at 336 Silver St. has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The business can be reached at 775-299-4707. From left: Marie Manning, Stephanie Young, Marriah Kraus (Lead Stylist), Julie Kraus and M’Kenna Jakkola.
SkyFall Video Services, a new business specializing in drone videography, has joined the Elko Area Chamber. Skyfall can be reached at 775-778-1075. From left are Aubrey Lauborough, owner Chris Lauborough, and Chamber CEO Billie Crapo.
Reflections Styling Salon staff and Elko Area Chamber members cut a ribbon at the salon’s 2590 Idaho St. location. Call 775-738-2990 to make an appointment. From left: Gina Cortez, Jolene Stone, Stephanie Young, Jennifer Frazier (owner), Jason Frazier, Leena Khoury, M’Kenna Jakkola and Alicia Pickens.
Staff of NextHome Infinity Realty and the Elko Area Chamber cut a ribbon at their office at 557 W. Silver St., Unit 203. The business can be reached at 775-738-HOME (4663).
Graffiti Salon at 2140 Idaho St. has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The business can be reached at 775-777-9422. From left: Stephanie Young, Shirley Alen-Kellerman, Sheleena Gardner, Robyn Sunday (manager), Codyh Morrell, Kalinda Good, Angela Crandall and Leena Khoury.
Staff of Total Eyecare are shown cutting an Elko Area Chamber ribbon at their new location, 2209 N. Fifth St. Total Eyecare can be reached at 775-738-8491.
The new Miner’s Delight Rock Shop at 1396 Idaho St. has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The business can be reached at 775-401-4677. From left are Leena Khoury, Stephanie Young, Jackie Brickey (owner), Ed Brickey (owner), Larry Young and Ashley Dewey.
We Tint’em at 284 Dry Creek Trail in Elko has joined the Elko Area Chamber. The business can be reached at 775-299-9773. From left: Alicia Pickens, M’Kenna Jakkola, Leena Khoury, Russel Michel (owner), Sherry Michel (owner), Kellen Seipp, Cheryl Henning and Stephanie Young.
Elko Area Chamber members recently joined LeeAnne’s Floral Designs for a ribbon cutting at their new address, 638 Commercial St.
Wilde Brough, left, and Ismael Gutierrez discuss issues Wednesday evening at an Elko Area Chamber candidate forum held at Wells City Hall.
Pictured at Computer Guyz, 559 W. Silver St., Ste. 302A, are: Denise Taylor, Dorothy Hull, Tianna Lougy (employee), Matthew Gress (owner), Cheryl Henning (Chamber ambassador) and Katie Wiebe (Elko Area Chamber). The business can be reached at 775-777-8818.
Trophy Peak Fire Protection out of Reno can be reached at 775-331-6655. Pictured in front of Sherman Station are Meghan Micheli (Elko Area Chamber), Gina Cortez, John Dudley (local representative), Katie Dudley (local representative), Michael Lee (owner) and Jolene Stone (Chamber ambassador).
Pictured at Kid to Kid/Uptown Cheapskate, 2074 Idaho St., are: M’Kenna Jakkola (Chamber ambassador), Ashley Wiebe, Hailey Berry, Beppie Green (manager), Jackie Martinez, Alicia Pickens (Chamber Ambassador). The businesses can be reached at 775-777-8996.
The ribbon is cut for Computer Guyz, located at 559 W. Silver St. Suite 302A, in Elko. The phone number is 777-8818. From left: Denise Taylor, Dorothy Hull, Tianna Lougy (Employee), Matthew Gress (Owner), Cheryl Henning (Chamber Ambassador) and Katie Wiebe (Elko Area Chamber).
From left: Meghan Micheli (Elko Area Chamber), Gina Cortez, John Dudley (Local Representative), Katie Dudley (Local Representative), Michael Lee (Owner) and Jolene Stone (Chamber Ambassador). The location of the business is currently 5355 Louie Lane, Reno, NV 89511, and the phone number is 775-331-6655.
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