The Effingham County Chamber of Commerce celebrates the opening of new businesses, expansions and remodeling of businesses with ribbon cuttings. The Chamber recently held ribbon cuttings for Goeckner Accounting & Financial Services, Inc. and Legacy Recreational Vehicles.
Goeckner Accounting & Financial Services, Inc. celebrated its newly remodeled 2,500 square foot business at 2001 S Banker Street, Effingham. The firm offers accounting, consulting, and tax services. To learn more about their services, visit www.goeckneraccounting.com. Shown in the photo are (L-R): Chamber Ambassador Del Wortman; Liz Behl; Matt Dasenbrock; Chamber Ambassadors Jerry Jansen & Tonya Siner; Bethany Lane, CPA; Shellie Witteborg, Administrative Assistant; Jami Sparks & Sharon Goeckner, CPA’s; Dean Goeckner; Laura Dill; Jim Arndt, Effingham City Administrator; Chamber Ambassadors Jo Huskey & Randy Jones; Norma Lansing, Chamber President & CEO and Todd Hull, Effingham Economic Development Director.
Legacy Recreational Vehicles celebrated its grand opening of their full line-up of toy haulers and campers with future expansion plans in service and accessories. Stop by their location at 1315 Althoff Drive, Effingham or visit them online at www.legacyrv.com. Shown in the photo are: Front Row (L-R): Rick & JeAnne Poehler; Don Dawkins; Brenton Hull; Matt Roedl, Chamber Board Member; John Herrmann, Sales Manager; Todd Hull, Effingham Economic Development Director; Paul Gutman, Owner; Steve Will, Chamber Ambassador; Noni Hamlin; Cindy Dawkins; Michael Wall; Chris Schoo; Roy & Tena Smith; Dennis Boggs and Mike Pierce. Back Row: Norma Lansing, Chamber President & CEO and Effingham Mayor Jeff Bloemker.
***Press release and photos courtesy of Effingham County Chamber of Commerce***