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Business

  • Welcome to Williston
  • June Business of the Month

    The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce selected Bubbaque's as the June Business of the Month. The restaurant, located on East Noble Avenue, was chosen for its community involvement, support of the Chamber and its recent renovations that not only enhance the business, but will also bring more people to Williston.

  • May Business of the Month

    Custom SAGE was selected Business of the Month for May by the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce. Chosen for its commitment to Williston and the Chamber, the business at 120 NE 1st St., Williston, offers everything from signs and awards to custom gifts. Pictured, from left, Custom SAGE owner, Heidi Schwiebert, Chamber President Marc Pompeo, Chamber Treasurer Julie Brannan and Chamber Directors Mary Martha Hartley and Paul Jones.

  • Welcome to the Chamber

    The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed new business, Haring Insurance, to its membership last week with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The agency is located at 108 NE 6 Ave, Williston. Pictured, from left, Chamber President Marc Pompeo, Chamber Directors Paul Jones and Mary Martha Hartley, Haring Insurance owner, Robin Davis and Chamber Treasurer Julie Brannan.

  • Sirius Pizza celebrates grand opening

    Sirius Pizza held its grand opening last week and celebrated with a ribbon cutting as a new member of the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce. The new restaurant, owned and managed by David Coffin and his wife, Kristen, daughter of  former King Munchie himself Bobby Brown, is located at 110 NE 6th Ave., Williston, Sirius Pizza also serves sandwiches, pastas and desserts. It is open 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. every day but Sunday. "Our goal is to serve serious food and to help give back to the community," said Kristen.

  • March Business of the Month

    MARCH BUSINESS OF THE MONTH – The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce selected Sparr Building and Farm Supply as its March Business of the Month. Sparr, under the management of Albert Fuller, center with sign, continues to bring people into Williston for its services and many of them return due to Sparr's excellent customer service and dedication to the community. Additionally, Sparr is among the first to step up and support the Chamber when needs arise.

  • February Business of the Month

    FEBRUARY BUSINESS OF THE MONTH – Al's TV Antenna and Satellite was named February Business of the Month by The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce. The business was chosen on several criteria including its support of Williston and the Chamber. Pictured, from left, Chamber directors Lonnie Sullivan and Marc Pompeo, the staff from Al's: Carol, Alec and Andy and Chamber Director Steve Quinata.

  • Blackfin wins innovation award in Miami International Boat Show

    The recently debuted Blackfin 332CC was chosen as the winner of the 2019 Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show innovation awards for Center Consoles/Walkaround Fishing Boats Feb. 15.

    The innovation awards are organized by the NMMA and BWI (Boating Writers International) and are created to honor manufacturers and suppliers who bring new and innovative products into the boating industry. The innovation awards are considered to be a highly prestigious award given in recognition of exceptionally groundbreaking new consumer marine products.

  • Welcome, Sister's Place

    The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed new restaurant Sister's Place to town last week with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Owned by Michelle Fortner, center with scissors, the restaurant is a "farm to table" enterprise, serving fresh, locally grown meats and produce. Sister's Place is located at 20 NE 3rd St., behind Maguire's Auto Repair.

  • Drummond is Business of the Month

    Drummond Community Bank, represented here by Vice President Justin Head, third from left, was chosen December Business of the Month by the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce. The bank was chosen based on several criteria including contributions to the community, pleasing façade and support to the Chamber throughout the year. Representing the Chamber are, from left, Lon Sullivan, secretary; Paul Jones, treasurer; Head and President Marc Pompeo.