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June 2016

Monday, August 1st at

Tapawingo National Golf Club Four Person Scramble Shotgun Start @ 1pm

early bird special

Sign Up before June 9, 2016 and be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a 13' x 13' Pagoda Instant Canopy / Gazebo Shelter. Winner will be drawn at our June 10th Membership Luncheon! MISSION STATEMENT The Affton Chamber of Commerce exists to support the business and general interests of the greater Affton area, and to provide opportunities to network, advertise, and educate its member businesses.


TRINITY UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

Rev. Janice Barnes 5200 Hilda Avenue (63123) 314.352.6645 www.trinityuccstl.org ▪ jan.barnes@live.com Trinity United Church of Christ is a small and active congregation. We are progressive and open to all people no matter where they are on their faith journey. Descriptions are written by the new members. When you’re in their area, stop by or call them and welcome them to the chamber.

Tuesday, June 28 8-9 am Affton Fire Station #1 9282 Gravois Road help your host plan... RSVP at afftonchamber.com -see the fire & police equipment-network with other chamber members-enjoy light refreshments to start your day-

Welcome New Residents Drop off your 200 half-page* inserts & $40 by 1 pm on Friday, July 15. *Have so much to tell new Affton residents that you need a full sheet? Simply double the price ($80) and fold the sheets (in half or tri-fold)!

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Restaurants Churches Financial Institutions Service-Based Businesses

or any member

trying to reach new customers: You provide 200 half-page inserts & $40 and we do the rest! New Resident Mailing is sent quarterly to new homeowners in 63123 welcoming them to our area.

PARTNERS Platinum...Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Dane Huxel - State Farm, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


Invited to attend: State Senator Scott Sifton, 1st District State Representative Bob Burns, 93rd District State Representative Cloria Brown, 94th District The Senators and Representatives will speak about the legislation that was passed this year that affects business owners and residents in St. Louis County. How will your businesses and lives be affected? FRIDAY, June 10, 2016 11:15 am Registration | 12 noon Lunch River City Casino Event Center 777 River City Casino Blvd., 63125 $15 members | $20 non-members

register at www.afftonchamber.com by Monday, June 6

meeting sponsor

PARTNERS Gold‌The E & A CFO Group, Great Southern Bank, J & J Construction & Remodeling, Neighbors Credit Union Silver‌American Eagle Credit Union, Spectrum Business

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JB BLAST Friday, July 1, 2015 7 pm @ JB Park Amphitheatre

Enjoy music under the stars in the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater in Jefferson Barracks Park and a brilliant fireworks display to celebrate our country’s birth! Concessions will be available. Call (314) 615-4386 for more information. Admission is FREE

Affton Chamber of Commerce Janet Broderick Scholarship Recipients Mark “Nevin” Horne, Affton School District Lisa Le, Bayless School District Elizabeth Kelly, Cor Jesu Academy Jacob Huskey, Lutheran High School South

TRIVIA NIGHT COMMITTEE IS FORMING NOW! Are you interested in planning a fun night for Chamber members, their families, and residents to test their knowledge? Contact Trevor at 314.852.3056 or dwillingham@farmersagent.com

The Affton Chamber of Commerce was recently featured in the St. Louis Business Journal as one of the Largest Chambers of Commerce in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area. The list was compiled based on area chambers’ most recent annual budget and ranked Affton as 22nd.

Thanks to all our members! Without your support we couldn’t be one of the largest (and best) chambers in St. Louis!

save the date... Saturday, September 24 NEW parade route NEW festival location NEW car show NEW bands

watch for more details soon! 4

PARTNERS Bronze...Commerce Bank, Gapsch CARSTAR Collision Center, Morris Family Chiropractic, SSM Health Center-St. Clare, Syberg’s: An Eating & Drinking Company


6 Tips to Bring Emails in Line with Customer Needs and Increase Sales Chances are you get a lot of email over the course of a day. This deluge of electronic communication may even be the reason you avoid sending them to your customers and potential customers. There’s a lot of noise out there. If you’re not regularly communicating with your audience it’s easy to slip their mind. It doesn’t matter how much they like and trust you. If they don’t think of your business when they are in the market for your product or service, they won’t buy from you. Email is a great way to stay top of mind, but only if it’s done correctly. If you interrupt with self-centered communications, you’ll pay for it in lack of sales and a poor email rating, which could affect your email’s ability to make it to an inbox. Here are a few tips to help your emails sing a tune your customers want to hum: Start with a Catchy Subject Line The two most important things in getting someone to click on your email is sender and subject. If it’s a sender they don’t know, chances are they will be wary. If it’s a salesy subject line, they’ll trash it, or worse, spam it. You can’t get your message across if the email is never opened, so: -use a real name, not a “no-reply@____” address -keep the subject line short so more of it can be seen in the viewing pane or on a phone -pique their curiosity with something interesting or familiar -avoid spam words in your subject line No Novels Here Maybe you’re the greatest writer of all time but email is not the place to showcase it (unless you’re selling a book and targeting readers). Keep your message short and well-spaced so that the people who scan, instead of read, will get the gist of your message too. You can even bold, underline and italicize key phrases for maximum interest and attention grabbing. You also don’t want long emails because a very large proportion of people access their emails from their phones nowadays. Scrolling down over and over can become irritating and recipients may abandon your email before they get to the point. Give Them Something to Do Always have a call-to-action on your business email. It needn’t be anything salesy, and probably shouldn’t be, but you have their attention. Make it clear what it is you want them to do. Say it more than once, in multiple ways, through a button and text link throughout the copy. This allows people who are ready to do what you’ve asked to do it when they’re moved to do so and not wait until they get to the end. If they’re that excited after only a few lines of skimming, you want them to be able to act. Use Bullets If you have more than three things to convey, use a bulleted list. People are less likely to miss the details than when you construct a long sentence with items separated by commas. Take Command: It’s You, not Them I partner with a lot of solopreneurs and freelancers. When we have a client who needs services out of our purview, or when we simply can’t take on another project, we turn to one another to meet the needs of our clients. A big pet peeve of mine when working with these solopreneurs and asking if they’re available to work, is when they respond with “Sure, I’m happy to help.” It bothers me because it’s not a help, it’s a paid opportunity for more business. Help is so passive. It’s like the word try. Maybe it will work. Maybe it won’t. We’re going to try and help you. Don’t make this mistake in your emails. Take ownership of the sales cycle. Don’t be passive and tell them to contact you if there’s anything you “can do to help.” Instead tell them exactly how you can help (You should know. That’s what your business does.) and write it as if it’s already happened. For instance, if your business makes someone more efficient through technology write something like, “If you’re ready to get more of your day back and reach more customers, we have a solution.” You’ve identified their problem, and you conveyed that you can solve it. Yes, you’re “helping” but you’re also definitively ridding them of the problem altogether. A final tip about email for your business: You can spend a lot of time learning how to write good copy, and you should, but one of the most important things in crafting a good email message is providing value to your audience. Personalize the message wherever possible. Make them feel like you are speaking only to them. Present them with information they find valuable and your open rates will be higher. Photo credit via Graphic Stock Christina R. Green teaches small businesses, chambers and associations how to connect through content. Her articles have appeared in the Midwest Society of Association Executives’ Magazine, NTEN.org, AssociationTech, and Socialfish. She is a regular blogger at Frankjkenny.com and the Event Manager Blog.

PARTNERS Committed...Burns Auto Service, Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique

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The Affton Post Office Building was dedicated in honor of Sergeant Amanda N. Pinson, a cryptologist in the 501st Special Troops Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, Fort Campbell, KY. Sgt. Pinson was killed in action on March 16, 2006.

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PARTNERS Platinum...Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Dane Huxel - State Farm, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


AFFTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets and stopped by to help support this FUN EVENT! Chair: Jake Baretich, J&J Construction & Remodeling

Co-Chair: Charlie Merx, Merx Flooring

Thanks to our pitmaster Rick (ctr) from Kenrick’s

Thank You to this year’s Ticket Sponsor!

A HUGE THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR VOLUNTEERS! Russ Ahlheim, Ad Source One Dane Huxel, Dane Huxel Agency Beth Baretich, J&J Construction & Remodeling Ed Jardon, Jardon Accounting & Tax CJ Baretich, J&J Construction & Remodeling Peggy Keilholz, ACIA Drew Baretich, J&J Construction & Remodeling Nancy Luechtefeld, Unique Journeys, LLC Bob & Linda Brendel, Novus Auto Glass Anthony Merx, Merx Flooring Keith Brooks, Sharpshooters Pit & Grill Allen Michaels, Merx Flooring Bob Burtelow, Harster Heating & Cooling Linda Moder, J&J Construction & Remodeling Marty Carr, DECA Realty Mike Otey Mark & Sue Casaleggi, ABC Animal & Insect Innovations Brendan Portell, Merx Flooring Joan Edleson, Retired Resident Tammy Scott, Holsome Health Holistic Spa Chief Jim Fritz, Affton Fire Protection District Jim & Lisa Slama & Family Captain Jeff Fuesting, St. Louis Co. Police-Affton Suzanne Welker, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes John G’Sell, DDS Rich Whited, PenTech Computer Services Bill & Ellen Hund, Realty Executives of St. Louis Trevor Willingham, Farmers Insurance PARTNERS Gold…The E & A CFO Group, Great Southern Bank, J & J Construction & Remodeling, Neighbors Credit Union Silver…American Eagle Credit Union, Spectrum Business

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Do you have a Community Event to share? Email it to mandy@afftonchamber.com. The deadline is the 15th of the month for publication in the next month’s newsletter. We will also place it on our Affton Community Events web calendar when it is received.

National Hunger Awareness Day Chef Food Pantry Challenge Thursday, June 16 5:30-7:30 pm Orlando Gardens Banquet Center (4300 Hoffmeister) $35 per person or $350 per table of 10 Reservations required. Call Roy at 314.631.4900 x310 or visit feed-my-people.org. Proceeds benefit Feed My People. Sample each chef's entrees, prepare using only ingredients found in Feed My People food pantries, and watch them compete in this live reality show for the title of "Feed My People 2016 Chef of the Year!"

Brand It Blue Day is the international Express Employment Professionals day of volunteering. The St. Louis (South) Express Employment Professionals office is participating in the Brand it Blue Day on June 11 by partnering with Feed My People to collect food for their summer slump in donations. They have set up collection boxes at current & past clients through June 11th to collect food for this incredibly important life service. To find a location near you, please contact Jammi at 314.968.2700 or jammi.weaver@expresspros.com. They are also sponsoring Feed My People’s Chef Food Pantry Challenge, in which chefs from the community compete in a “Chopped” like contest using only ingredients from their food pantry. (see details to the left)

34th Annual BBQ Friday, June 3 11:00 am-7:00 pm Dine In or Carry Out Eden United Church of Christ (8920 Eden Ave.) Pork Steak, Half-Chicken, Pulled Pork, Bratwurst Dinners Children’s Hot Dog Meal A portion of the proceeds go to the Affton Christian Food Pantry. Please consider bringing canned food items.

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PARTNERS Bronze...Commerce Bank, Gapsch CARSTAR Collision Center, Morris Family Chiropractic, SSM Health Center-St. Clare, Syberg’s: An Eating & Drinking Company


If you have hired someone, received an award, or added to your family—whatever is news worthy—send it to mandy@afftonchamber.com. The deadline is the 15th of the month for publication in the next month’s newsletter.

Congratulations to Bayless Elementary School on becoming a 2016 "National School of Character" by Character.org! Bayless High School and Bayless Junior High were named National Schools of Character in 2014. Bayless School District is also a 2016 National District of Character.

SSM Health St. Clare Hospital – Fenton was one of five SSM Health hospitals in the St. Louis region designated as a Screening Center of Excellence by the Lung Cancer Alliance (LCA) for its ongoing commitment to responsible lung cancer screening through careful use of low-dose CT scans.

 Dennis Stahl & The UPS Store for the great

turnaround time and service for the May newsletter.

May Meeting  Sponsor St. Louis Altenheim  Delicious lunch at Orlando Gardens Banquet

Center  Greeters Patricia Cowan, RainMaker Sales Support & Keith Brooks, Sharpshooters Pit & Grill  Speaker St. Louis County Councilman Pat Dolan

The Affton Chamber office will be closed Monday, July 4th for Independence Day.

Gateway Tree Care Pink Team operates a bright pink chipper. When residential customers ask about the Pink Team or request the pink chipper, Gateway Tree Care donates a portion of their payment to Gateway to Hope, a nonprofit organization who helps women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer with financial assistance for comprehensive care and basic living expenses.

PARTNERS Committed...Burns Auto Service, Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique

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Thanks to Kim Patterson & St. Louis Altenheim for sponsoring this meeting!

County Councilman Pat Dolan spoke about St. Louis County and the Council.

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The golf tournament committee held a putting contest before the meeting!

PARTNERS Platinum...Harster Heating & Air Conditioning, Dane Huxel - State Farm, Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes, St. Anthony’s Medical Center


Thanks to the following businesses and organizations for renewing their memberships. Year joined is in parentheses. Listed renewals are February 23 to March 24.

Affton Center Stage (1988) Mary Bush (2013) Desktop Graphics (2015) Special School District (2008)

The 50/50 amount of $45 was won by Russ Ahlheim of Ad Source One. Want to see your name mentioned here? Attend a meeting, buy 50/50 tickets & win OR donate an item for the 50/50 drawing.

Shop Chamber Members! To take advantage of the following discounts, take along your newsletter as proof of membership or stop by the Chamber office to pick up a card showing you are a current member. Add your company to this list!!! A Plus Printing Services—10% discount on printing & copying. Ad Source One—10% discount. Advance Carpet One—10% discount on any non-sale item. Crown Optical—10% off all eyeglasses, contact lenses, sunglasses & accessories. Not valid with insurance or other discount plans. The E & A CFO Group—One month free payroll or other accounting service with 1 year commitment. Call for free quote. Extra Space Storage—Receive 5% off your monthly rent. Ask Patrick for details. F2 Garage Door Solutions—Free Installation with Purchase of Garage Armour Security Kit ($35.00 value). Fran Ann Engraving—10% off purchase from store. John G’Sell DDS—10% discount off services. Gateway Alarm, Inc.—Receive 3 months free monitoring with a new system. Gateway Tree Care—10% off services. Great Clips-Schnucks Plaza—Haircuts: $10.99, $5 off perms, & 20% off products. Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique—10% discount off services. Infinity Hair Design—15% OFF your first precision haircut or color. Mehlville-Oakville Alumni Assoc—$5 discount (regularly $15) for Alumni by Choice Membership for non-alumni owned businesses Mops in Motion, Inc.—$10 discount on cleaning service of 3 hours or more. Morris Family Chiropractic—Meet the Doctor “Special”: New Patient Free Services: Consultation, Exam & Report of Findings. Park Forest Apartments—Application fee waived and 13 month lease with 1 month free. Pauline’s Place Adult Day Care, LLC—Any enrolled senior family member who is admitted for a year will receive a $10 discount with private pay attendance of 6 or more Monday to Friday hours. Southern Floral Shop—10% discount on each order, or free mylar balloon with a purchase. Ziegenhein Funeral Home—FREE METAL CASKET with "traditional" funeral service for US Veteran or paid pre-need funeral contract If you would like to see your business in this monthly column, simply offer a discount by WRITING OUT the discount and emailing or faxing it to the Chamber office. Your dues must be current.

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PARTNERS Gold…The E & A CFO Group, Great Southern Bank, J & J Construction & Remodeling, Neighbors Credit Union Silver…American Eagle Credit Union, Spectrum Business

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AFFTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.afftonchamber.com 9815 Mackenzie Road Affton, MO 63123-5424

P AID ST. LOUIS, MO PERMIT No. 3156

2016 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Officers President

Help us plan our luncheons & events ... please register by the deadline. Registrations help the venue plan food & seating and ensure adequate printed materials for attendees. To register for events: visit www.afftonchamber.com or call 314.631.3100 RESERVATION POLICY If you make a reservation & do not show up, we will invoice you. We give a count to the venue on the deadline & we are required to pay for that number of attendees. If you must cancel after the deadline, please call or email at least 24 hours before the meeting and we will try to fill your spot. If we are able to do so, we will not invoice you. 12

Carrie Carrigan Great Southern Bank President-Elect Dr. Eric Werner Morris Family Chiropractic Vice-President Dr. Steve Brotherton Affton School District Secretary Kayla Lackner American Eagle Credit Union Treasurer Dane Huxel State Farm Insurance Directors Keith Brooks Sharpshooters Pit & Grill Marty Carr Deca Realty Patricia Cowan Rainmaker Sales Support Chief Jim Fritz Affton Fire Protection District Capt. Jeff Fuesting St. Louis County Police-Affton Charlie Merx Merx Flooring Tammy Scott Holsome Health Holistic Spa & Boutique Suzanne Welker Park Forest Apartments & Townhomes Trevor Willingham Willingham Insurance Agency Lisa Rackley Mandy Montgomery

Executive Director Office Assistant


 SCHEDULE 

AFFTON

CHAMBER OF

 Check In 11:30am  Lunch 12:00pm  Shotgun Start 1:00pm  Buffet Dinner Immediately Following Conclusion of Golf Rounds  Raffle Basket Winners Announced  Presentation of Awards

COMMERCE

THANK YOU CURRENT SPONSORS! American Eagle Credit Union Commerce Bank Cricket Wireless Dane Huxel Agency Farmers Insurance-Trevor Willingham Fran-Ann Engraving Gapsch’s Carstar Collision Center Great Southern Bank Harster Heating & Air Conditioning Insurance Concepts-Dick Walkenbach J & J Construction & Remodeling, LLC John G’Sell, DDS Key Rex Properties Neighbors Credit Union Park Forest Apartments and Townhomes Sam’s Club #8205 Spectrum Business Syberg’s—An Eating & Drink Co.

Monday, August 1st at

Tapawingo National Golf Club

Shotgun Start @ 1pm Affton Chamber of Commerce 9815 Mackenzie Rd | Affton, MO 63123 Phone: 314-631-3100 | Fax: 314-631-3102 Email Us! info@afftonchamber.com Visit Us on the Web! www.afftonchamber.com Connect With Us On Facebook!

Rain or Shine


 SPONSORSHIP   GRAND SPONSOR ……………… $1500 Includes: (2) golf foursomes, full page back cover program ad and company logo on all promotional materials, large banner displayed at check-in and dinner/awards at event conclusion

 CORPORATE SPONSOR …….… $1000 Includes: (1) golf foursome, full page inside back cover program ad and company name on large banner displayed at check-in area and at dinner/ awards at event conclusion

 SCORECARD SPONSOR…….……$300 Includes: company name/logo on all scorecards

 GOLF BALL SPONSOR ……..…….$250 Includes: quarter page SOLDprogram ad and company name/ logo on golf ball sleeves given to attendees

 SPECIALTY SPONSORS …Provide Prize Includes: quarter page program ad, newsletter listing and website listing. Must provide prize with $200 value or larger for winner of sponsored contest

_____ Closest to the Pin _____ Longest Drive (Men) _____ Longest Drive (Ladies)

 HOLE SPONSOR …………….…… $125 Includes: an 18” x 24” sign at sponsored hole, includes business card program ad

 BEVERAGE CART SPONSOR……$300 Provide beverages and snacks on course to golfers, opportunity to decorate golf cart. Includes: signage and half page program ad

 BEVERAGE TENT SPONSOR ………. $250

 REGISTRATION  Complete and Mail or Fax Registration

LD Oparticipating “Meet and Greet”S the golfers. Includes: signage and quarter page program ad

Name: _______________________________________

 LUNCH OR DINNER SPONSOR …$150

Address: _____________________________________

Quarter page Ad in Golf Program, Recognition at Lunch, Signage on Course, Recognition in Chamber Newsletter and Website. (unlimited availability)

 IN KIND SPONSOR Provide single dinner item, soft drinks, water, etc. Includes: quarter page ad in program and signage at event

 DONATE GOODY BAG ITEM Approximately 200 items needed

 ADVERTISING   FULL PAGE (4.5w x 7.5h) …………….…… $75  HALF PAGE (4.5w x 3.75h) ……………..… $50  QUARTER PAGE (4.5w x 2h) …….….…… $25  All ads will appear in black & white ***  Please email ad in a .jpeg or image file to the Chamber office by July 11th to be included

 PARTICIPATION   GOLF FOURSOME ……………..… $500  INDIVIDUAL ENTRY ………..…..… $125 Participation fee includes:

Lunch • Golf Cart • Goody Bag • Dinner Support For YOUR Business Community!

Company: ____________________________________ City/State/Zip: _________________________________ Phone: (

) ______________________________

E-mail: ______________________________________ PLAYER #1 Name: _______________________________________ Company: ____________________________________ PLAYER #2 Name: _______________________________________ Company: ____________________________________ PLAYER #3 Name: _______________________________________ Company: ____________________________________ PLAYER #4 Name: _______________________________________ Company: ____________________________________

PAYMENT TOTAL: _______________  VISA/MC/DISCOVER  Invoice Me  Check Card No._______________________________ Expiration __________ Security Code _______ Checks payable to: Affton Chamber of Commerce


For Office Use Only: Date & Time:__________________

2016 AFFTON COMMUNITY DAYS PARADE APPLICATION September 24, 2016 - Parade starts promptly at 10:00 a.m. Affton: On the Move

Organization Name ( ) *Daytime Phone

Contact Person Email Address

_________

Alternate Email Address

We will confirm by email that we received your application within one week of receipt. If you do not receive confirmation, please contact us at 314.631.3100.

Mailing Address

City

Type of Entry: □ Entry with music □ Entry without music

State

Zip Code

□ Horses (must provide own clean up) □ Other

Please describe entry as accurately as possible:

Total number of vehicles

Total length of entry

Total number of persons participating in your entry Number of horses

_________

Due to space limitations in the line-up area, you must provide exact number of vehicles that will be in your entry. Submitted by: Date: * NOTE: We must have a valid daytime phone number or we will mail the application back to you. In most cases, entries will be positioned in the order in which the applications are received. Any entry received after September 16, 2016 will not be included in the judging line-up. Return to:

Affton Community Days Parade & Festival 9815 Mackenzie Rd. Questions? Affton, MO 63123-5424 affton-days@sbcglobal.net or 314.631.3100 affton-days@sbcglobal.net Visit afftonchamber.com for an online application.

On behalf of my group or organization listed above, I understand that the Affton Chamber of Commerce and the Affton Community Days Parade and Festival Committee assume no responsibility for the safety of anyone participating in the parade and that I will make certain the participants in my unit adhere to the rules and practice safe behavior, including only licensed drivers operating vehicles, no alcohol, and no throwing candy or objects from units.

Signature

______________________________ Date


2016 AFFTON COMMUNITY DAYS FESTIVAL BOOTH APPLICATION September 24, 2016 Affton White-Rodgers Community Center 10 am - 9 pm tear-down All items must be removed from the lot by 11 pm.

Organization Name Mailing Address

City

State

( ) *Daytime Phone

Contact Person

Zip Code _________

Email Address (used for contacting you in future years) GAME BOOTH  Affton Chamber Member $60  Non-Chamber Member $75

FOOD BOOTH  Affton Chamber Member $60  Non-Chamber Member $75

12’x12’ approximate booth space does NOT include tent, table or chairs

12’x12’ approximate booth space does NOT include tent, table or chairs

Description of game(s): __________________________ __________________________ __________________________

Description of food(s) served: __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ Must submit Temporary Food Service Permit to St. Louis County by September 12, 2016

INFORMATIONAL BOOTH  Affton Chamber Member $145  Non-Chamber Member $170 12’x12’ approximate booth space does NOT include tent, table or chairs

St. Louis County requires food service providers to maintain general liability insurance with limits of not less than $2,000,000 CSL per occurrence for bodily injury and property damage claims that may arise as a result of use of the facility. Please attach Certificate of Insurance with St. Louis County Government as “Additional Insured.”

ELECTRIC  Additional Fee $25 Must supply your own UL approved electrical extensions. List ALL items with exact amperage to be plugged in: __________________________ __________________________ __________________________ PAYMENT Booth Fee $_________ Electric Fee $_________ TOTAL $_________ Make checks payable & mail to: Affton Chamber of Commerce 9815 Mackenzie Rd. Affton, MO 63123-5424 Questions? affton-days@sbcglobal.net 314.631.3100

On behalf of my group or organization listed above, I understand that St. Louis County Parks, the Affton Chamber of Commerce, and the Affton Community Days Parade and Festival Committee assume no responsibility for our personal safety and any of our equipment, merchandise, or any other items that we bring to this event. I also agree that we will adhere to the rules listed in this packet and any other guidelines set forth in the final packet that we will receive.

Signature

______________________________ Date


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