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What’s Happening Up North Economic Summit 2016 – coming Nov. 3
Mar 23

Mark your calendar now for Nov. 3, 2016 - the date of the 2016 "What's Happening Up North" Economic Summit. Bonner County Economic Development Corporation is coordinating with the D. A. Davidson/Chamber of Commerce Economic Forum on Oct. 13, 2016, so plan on attending both for...

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Homegrown companies staying local as they grow
Dec 17

By Cate Huisman
Sandpoint Magazine

Five years ago, Timbersled founder Allen Mangum, out joyriding in the winter backcountry, found that he had arrived at the top of a snowy slope way ahead of his companions. That’s when he realized that the kit he had made – which converts a...

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January14
Sandpoint Chamber General Membership Luncheon

All businesses welcome to the monthly Chamber membership meeting. An RSVP is required; register at www.SandpointChamber.org

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January27
5:01 Business After Hours at Williams & Parsons, PC

Everyone is invited to this event sponsored by the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce and hosted by Williams & Parsons, PC. Bring your business cards; it's a terrific networking opportunity!

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Industry Profiles
development
L3M, LLC
L3M, Inc. invests in Bonner County campus

L3M, LLC, is a group of investors in the Bonner County area who purchased the 12-acre, 220,000-square-foot former Coldwater Creek campus at 130 McGhee Road in Kootenai. The campus consists of three buildings. One is currently leased by Thorne Research, a local dietary supplement manufacturer. The second is a 3,600-square-foot building known as the...

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technology
Sandpoint Technology Center
Sandpoint Technology Center supports innovation, creativity

Comprised of three structures totaling 220,000 square feet in a park-like setting, the Sandpoint Technology Center represents the best commercial real estate available for lease in Bonner County. It provides ample room to fit any growing technology company, with 358 parking spaces and an additional 200 available across the street.

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