03-11-2010 07:05 AM
I want to mail letters to Miles Beacom and Dana Dykhouse - but I don't know their mailing address. I'm pretty sure that they are not going to be on the same address as my credit report. FP has several addresses. I've googled so much but still can't confirm.. I don't want to do this via email either.
It could be 900 W. Delaware Street, Sioux Falls or it could be 601 S. Minnesota Avenue, Sioux Falls.
Does anyone know which is the right address?
thanks in advance.
03-11-2010 08:48 AM
In Sioux Falls (I live here) there is many addresses First Premier Bank has along with all the banks, call centers, ect. But they do have an office in town that I believe all their mail goes in and out of.
536 North Sycamore Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57110-8701
03-11-2010 08:55 AM
Thanks so much for that. I googled FP Headquarters - and the results state 900 W Delaware. I then did a street view using google maps to see if this was a branch office or not and it looks like it could be. IDK. can't see too much from that street view map.
Maybe I'll just start calling to find out what the mailing address could be. Pretend like I'm UPS or something crafty.
I've decided to make this my project for the next couple of months. I am going to send letters, cards, chocolates, cookies (From Dana's photo it appears that he likes to eat!! lol). Maybe even some Omaha Steaks!!
I've decided that I WILL WIN. not taking no for an answer.
Wish me luck!!
03-11-2010 09:01 AM
03-11-2010 09:18 AM
yeah, I read up on Denny as well. I wrote him last week, but wrote him in AZ - I bet he doesn't have a real office in SD? IDK, do you know? I sent letters to what I think could be his home.
People tend to get "less mean" when they are older. Steps away from the 18th hole you know what I am saying? Buy his way into heaven!!!
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