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Burnsville Chamber of CommerceSignage outside one of it earlier locations.
35 W Brings you to BurnsvilleIn 1979 the Chamber of Commerce prepared a slide show promoting Burnsville.
Proposal to Host 1989 Star of the North GamesPrepared by the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Burnsville Convention and Visitors BureauJanuary, 1999 job opening for an Executive Director for the Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Burnsville Chamber of Commerce forms Convention BureauMarch 26, 1987 Minneapolis Star Tribune

The Burnsville Chamber of Commerce as formed a Convention and Business Bureau to promote Northern Dakota and Scott County...
Burnsville Convention and Visitors BureauNovember 2001 - Today, it is known as Experience Burnsville, then the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Example of out of state ads.
Experience Burnsville coupon flyer 2017The front of the 2017 Experience Burnsville flyers "STAY, EAT, PLAY and SHOP". Included are coupons for AmericInn, Burger Jones, Mediterranean Cruise Cafe, Shogun, Buck Hill and Kay Jewelers.
Burnsville Just Close EnoughOctober 15, 1989 Bismark Tribune, Bismark North Dakota - Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau ad placement.
Warm up in Burnsville ad 1995Des Moines Register January 29, 1965 - Burnsville Convention and Visitors Bureau ad placement.
Burnsville Chamber of CommerceJanuary 6, 1969 MInneapolis Star - Letter to editor regarding Burnsville Chamber of Commerce.
Burnsville Promotion Group urged 1964November 26, 1964 Minneapolis Star Tribune reports the appointment of a joint committee to study means of attracting business and industry to Burnsville was urged by 20 members of the village council, District 191 school board and the Chamber of Commerce..."This is where we really get to work and let everyone know Burnsville's advantages," said Jens Casperson, Chamber Vice President.
David Birt, part-time manager for Burnsville Chamber 1964November 3, 1964 Minneapolis Star reports that David Birt has been selected part-time manager for the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce in the River Ridge Building, Highway 13 and Nicollet Avenue.
Current Business by Tip Berg 1976The Burnsville Current provided space to the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce to update members and the community about their activities. The July 28, 1976 column was written by President Lowell "TIP" Berg.
Tourism bureau to work to put Burnsville on the convention map 1987Burnsville Current - February 25, 1987

Burnsville may soon be known as a center for tourists, conventions, business meetings and for cultural and athletic events...
Motel owners back plan to create tourist bureauJanuary 1, 1987 - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Motel operators in Burnsville are enthusiastic about the city's plans to establish a convention and tourist bureau...
Judy Tschumper elected chamber president 1982Judy Tschumper is elected as first woman president of the Burnsville Chamber. She was owner of Mir-A-Cle Workers, which opened in 1978.
Tschumper is first woman as chamber president 1982December 13, 1982 Burnsville This Week News reports that Judy Tschumper was elected the Chamber of Commerce President. She was involved with the chamber for three years and moved to Burnsville in 1971....
Vreeland to leave chamber 1994August 24,1994 Burnsville Current reports that Julie Vreeland, president of the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce for the past three years, has resigned to take a similar position in Moorhead.
Burnsville Bureau gets word out to vacationersAugust 11, 1988 - Minneapolis Star Tribune:

The Burnsville Convention and Tourism Bureau....
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