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Author: Williston Economic Development

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Williston Works brings you in-depth discussions with entrepreneurs, small business owners and investors that are getting it done in Western North Dakota.

Hosted by Shawn Wenko, the Executive Director of Williston Economic Development, Williston Works finds out what it takes to make it in the Bakken.

To learn more visit: WillistonDevelopment.com
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After coming to Williston with their husbands, April Thiel and Mary Berg saw the opportunity and opened Elite Designz to beautify the homes and offices around town.
US Air Force Veteran Chuck Black took advantage of Williston’s supportive community and booming economy to found FlowCore Systems, which is automating solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Little Muddy Gifts’ owner and 2017 Woman-Owned Business of the Year Award Recipient, Dana Johnson, is providing a new retail option for a city with an expanding demographic.
Cousins Kevin and Malachi Black are servicing the oil industry in the Bakken by ensuring the longevity of equipment and machinery through Creedence Energy Services.
After working nine years at Target’s corporate office in Minneapolis, Angela Skogan decided to return to her hometown and share her passion for cooking by opening Cooks on Main.
Taking notice that every other major city in North Dakota has a multi-rink hockey facility, Josh Kringen and his group started the Power Play Project to usher in a state-of-the-art facility to Williston.
Fresh Fit Kitchen and The Body Shoppe offer unique services to Williston aimed at creating a healthier community, both physically and dietarily.
Native of Williston with a love for the community, Falon Justice purchased Bride to Be to supply the region with wedding and formal attire.
Gonzaga University’s “Summer in Williston” internship program has been going on for many years and has provided college students with the opportunity to experience what life is like in western North Dakota.
Mechelle Mortenson is a Williston Native who opened Grace & Glam to bring her favorite women’s clothing brands to her hometown.
By taking a leap with his move to Williston, Dr. Jeremy Messer started his own dental practice and quickly fell in love with the community.
Tanner Overland started Overland Aviation in 2011 to provide flight services for the community through the current airport and will soon be expanding these services at XWA as the fixed based operator.
Williston native and owner of Arista Containers, Tavish Vestal is continually help expand and improve the Bakken's oil industry.
A former Gonzaga University intern and current employee of Williston State College is helping create change in our community.
Business owner and developer of Williston's very first trampoline park, Safari Trampoline Park, is bringing unique recreation opportunities to western North Dakota.
US army veteran and owner of S&B Drilling is enhancing the way the oil field is laying down it's foundation.
The owner of Chatter Pediatric and winner of the Williston Economic Development 2018 woman-owned business of year is making a difference in the lives of our area families.
Anthony Dudas is the airport director for Sloulin Field International Airport and soon to be the airport director of XWA Williston Basin International Airport in Williston, North Dakota.
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