Clear Water Dollar Emporium says thanks

Clear Water Dollar Emporium would like to thank those who nominated and voted for us in the Service/Retail Business Of The Year

Editor, The Times:

Clear Water Dollar Emporium would like to thank those in the community who nominated and voted for us in the Service/Retail Business Of The Year category of the Clearwater and District Chamber of Commerce Of The Year awards. We are humbled and honored to win this award.

A special thank you to District of Clearwater for sponsoring this award.

We would also like to congratulate the other nominees in this category for their outstanding service and commitment to our community; Doug Braaten Enterprises, Chasing Summer Outfitters, Northwest Lawn and Garden and Rooted by the River Nursery

Thank you to the community for all your day-to-day support of the Clear Water Dollar Emporium.

Clear Water Dollar Emporium


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