AT&T store in IM joins chamber

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ATTENDING THE RIBBON-cutting marking the membership of the AT&T Store with the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance are, from left, Lynda Zanon, chamber director; ambassadors Jim Lin Yu, Teresa Louys in front and Julie Cowling in the back; Chris Porter, owner; Katie Cowling cutting the ribbon; Melissa Maki from the Gliks store; ambassadors Suzanne Anderson, Tamara Juul, Ben Ryan and Teresa Schettler; Michael Truong of Nail Design; and Regina Freudinger, ambassador.

Chris Tomassucci/Daily News photo ATTENDING THE RIBBON-cutting marking the membership of the AT&T Store with the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance are, from left, Lynda Zanon, chamber director; ambassadors Jim Lin Yu, Teresa Louys in front and Julie Cowling in the back; Chris Porter, owner; Katie Cowling cutting the ribbon; Melissa Maki from the Gliks store; ambassadors Suzanne Anderson, Tamara Juul, Ben Ryan and Teresa Schettler; Michael Truong of Nail Design; and Regina Freudinger, ambassador.

IRON MOUNTAIN — The AT&T Store in the Midtown Mall in Iron Mountain is a member of the Dickinson Area Chamber Alliance and participated in a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by chamber ambassadors and store officials.

The AT&T Store of Iron Mountain is a place for consumers, business owners and others to visit and get the most out of their network, connectivity and entertainment packages.

“It is safe to say that AT&T has truly become a one-stop shop for multiple services such as: modernized television packages and features, wireless internet (both wired and portable), an array of connected devices and much more,” store officials stated.

They added that the goal of the employees at the Iron Mountain AT&T store is to allow the customer’s productivity to co-exist with their entertainment needs.

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