Siouxland business receives Growing Sioux City Award

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SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – A Siouxland business today is awarded with the Growing Sioux City Award.

Keizer Refrigeration and Mid-States Utility Trailer Sales received the award from Mayor Bob Scott earlier today.

The Growing Sioux City award is given to companies that are expanding and growing the community.

Keizer Refrigeration recently opened a new, larger facility in Sioux City.

City leaders say they are proud to have companies like this one in the area.

“This is pretty impressive, what they’ve done down here in a short time frame in the life of their company. To go from one to 160 employees, I think they deserve an award and to do it in Sioux City, they could have gone anywhere in the tri-state area but, they came here so that’s important,” says Mayor Bob Scott.

The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce also was at today’s event, along with other city leaders to honor the company and its growth.

Ashly Richardson

Ashly Richardson

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