Ribbon Cuttings and #groundsandgratitude
There is nothing better than welcoming a new business or celebrating business renovations with a ribbon cutting! We do the work, you enjoy the spotlight! Additionally, our new #groundsandgrattitude promotion brings the coffee and goodies to you! We would love to come to your business and talk about how Chamber Main Street can work for you.
2019 Business Supporter Sponsorships:
Supporters: Chiropractic 1st, Clarke County Publishing, Homestead Assisted Living, AmericInn
Promoters: First National Bank, Miller Products, Clarke County Development Corp.
Pacesetters: Lakeside, Osceola Foods
Whether you are looking for insurance, lawn care, a dentist, contractor, doctor, or heating and plumbing professional, Osceola businesses provide what you need. The newly renovated Clarke Community Hospital was named a top workplace by the Business Record!
Who says small towns are boring? Swimming, up-to-date movies, bicycling, walking trails, golf, tennis courts, youth recreational programs, playgrounds, camping, and some of the best hunting and fishing in Iowa, Osceola has something for everyone. Special occasion venues include large and formal to intimate and rustic.
For a small town, Osceola has big options for shopping, and our 'small town' business owners will go the extra mile to help. Antiques, new furniture, home furnishings, clothing for work or play, jewelry, local art, appliances, flowers, cell phone providers, hardware, lumber, and so much more.
Providing scores of manufacturing and construction from technical, to skilled labor and assembly line positions, Osceola offers diverse employment opportunities. Our Clarke County Development Corporation recruits new businesses and helps them find a facility or spot to build. Osceola supports several construction companies, usually entrepreneurs, who create everything from decks to new homes.
Agricultural related jobs abound in Osceola, including our largest employer: Osceola Foods. From large hog producers, to commercial turkey poults, and landscaping to farming, there are plenty of jobs in agriculture.
What are you looking for?
Would you like to be a Main Street Business Partner?