Northland Communications named top chamber business

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Northland Cable — specifically its Sandpoint office — was recently selected as June’s business of the month by the Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce. Their selection was based on community involvement, support of local businesses and support of the chamber. Pictured, from left, are Kate McAllister, chamber CEO; Jeff Johnson, regional manager for Northland Cable;, Bala Bishop, sales manager for the Sandpoint office; and Clem Hackworthy, Chamber Ambassador. (Photo by JIM McKIERNAN)

SANDPOINT —The Greater Sandpoint Chamber of Commerce has named Northland Communications as its June business of the month.

Northland Commuinication’s regional manager Jeff Johnson and sales manager Bala Bishop were presented with the award by the Chamber Ambassadors at the June chamber meeting.

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