Tag: Rural Communities
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For the second year, the Mitchell Area
Chamber of Commerce and Convention Visitors Bureau is sponsoring the ruralX
Dine Around event, which involves dinner for approximately 150 event guests at
local restaurants following the first day of ruralX.
“We love sponsoring the Dine Around as
it gets people out and about in Mitchell at some of the really great dining
options we have here,” says Sonya Moller, Director of the Mitchell Chamber of
Commerce. “When we heard that Dakota Resources was bringing ruralX to Mitchell
last year, we knew we wanted to be involved. The Dine Around is the perfect fit
The Mitchell Chamber and Convention
Visitors Bureau works hard to bring
programs and events designed to benefit business owners, professionals,
employees and citizens in the area, and ruralX is an event the organization can
really get behind.
“RuralX is absolutely amazing. Last
year they knocked it out of the park … Read More »
communities have long been the threads that hold our region together,” says
Paige Pearson Meyer, Director of Public and Media Relations at Midco. “Midco
cares about the communities we serve and invests in organizations that are
lifting those communities up. Dakota Resources is a prime example of an
organization that is committed to making smaller communities better through
Midco is a
leading provider of reliable, high-speed internet via wired and fixed wireless
technology. The company also delivers cable TV including MidcoSN (a regional
sports network), voice, home security, data center and advertising services,
plus wholesale networking solutions. By 2025, Midco will deploy 10G, the next
great leap for broadband – while also expanding its fixed wireless network to
rural areas. Currently, Midco serves 400
communities across the region. Many of these communities are rural, and Midco’s
services are vital to keeping these people and places connected.
takes great pride in being a … Read More »
Serving both rural and urban locations across North and South Dakota and extending
into Minnesota, Dacotah Bank is found in many of the communities that are also partners
of Dakota Resources. While the steady growth
of Dacotah Bank gives them the ability to compete with national banks and banks
owned by international firms, the regional entity has repeatedly decided to
remain a community bank with decisions made close to home.
“We believe in the mission of Dakota Resources and the positive
impact they have had for our rural communities,” says Brad Moore, Mid-Dakota Region President for Dacotah Bank.
“Through ruralX, Dakota Resources provides an opportunity for members of our rural
communities to build a strong network of people who work together to help rural
As a Dakota Resources Leadership Partner, Dacotah Bank is an
important sponsor of ruralX and is also able to connect to rural community
members through the Learning … Read More »
Citi Community Development is engaged in communities across
the country supporting economic development. The corporate group works to
support underserved individuals and families and seeks collaborative
partnerships with organizations like Dakota Resources to help make an impact.
“Citi has had a solid relationship with Dakota Resources for
more than ten years and we value their partnership,” explains Ruth
Christopherson, Senior Vice President of Citi Community Development. “They are
doing great things for our rural communities and through our support of Dakota
Resources, I have seen firsthand how one organization in a small community can
make a difference.”
Ruth has attended RuralX the past three years and is excited
about the direction the event is taking, citing that the OpenX portion of the
two-day conference is her favorite experience.
“I like watching discussions come to life among a diverse
group of people,” she says.
OpenX is where breakout topics are created “on the fly” … Read More »
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