WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Greater Lafayette Commerce celebrates the opening of another small business in West Lafayette.
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Representative Sheila Klinker and Mayor John Dennis were on hand for the event.
Greater Lafayette Commerce said it's another example of how important small businesses are to
"This business could grow into over the years something that will need additional employees, so it's just a great success and we at Greater Lafayette Commerce just want to celebrate with out members as they make those big decisions," said Resa Hodnett, Greater Lafayette Commerce.
"It's very exciting in this area to have a small business and to see it expand and do well," said Representative Sheila Klinker.
Greater Lafayette Commerce holds a number of events each month to provide support for area businesses.
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