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Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce

Business Monthly The Power to Make a Difference

July 2013

Issue 61

The Chamber gets crafty with artisan beer at the 20th Annual Taste of UA On Thursday, August 8, Taste patrons will be able to enjoy a cold beverage in The Daily Growler Bier Garten located at the event site near the chamber tent and stage. The UA Chamber is partnering with The Daily Growler to provide visitors the opportunity to taste locally brewed craft beer. Craft beer such as Maumee Bay Buckley Pilsner, Columbus Brewing Company, and a Seasonal Special can be found at the Bier Garten. “We hope event goers will sample these craft brews and then go to our local establishments to purchase and or enjoy with dinner,” said Becky Hajost, president. A relatively new bar/ growler-filling mecca here in Columbus, Ohio, the Growler opened on December 17, 2012 in Upper Arlington. The Daily Growler fills a niche market and is a family-owned business. Craft beer making is the premium beer market’s fastest growing segment. Consumers are demanding more choices and retailers and restaurants are stocking more and more of these locally made beers. “We like to think of ourselves as a hybrid bar/growler filling station. Think of us as the Jeni’s of craft beer. You can sample a few flavors and take home your favorite in a growler,” said John

“We hope event goers will sample these craft brews and then go to our local establishments to purchase or enjoy with dinner” — Becky Hajost Chamber president

Blakely, owner of The Daily Growler. The Taste of UA annually features samples from approximately 25-30 food vendors, as well as live music, children’s activities, and products and services provided by our local area businesses. We offer an integrated experience for visitors to experience the local area business community while allowing local vendors the opportunity to showcase their wares. Other event activities include amusement rides, free sports activities provided by OSU IMG Sports Marketing and The Ohio Machine, and an array of music. As part of its sponsorship for the NASCAR Nationwide Series, Nationwide Insurance is bringing the high-speed action to their local agents. Area Nationwide

Thank you to the Taste of UA Committee Chip Ashby Dan Bartholomew Aryn Bates Edie Blough Janet Boissy Robert Brzezinski Kevin Fix Charlie Groezinger Jennifer Haddadin

Becky Hajost Tom Large Chris Potts Brenda Reddy Jack A. Salvato Debbie Segor Clayton Toothman Susan Toothman

Dave’s Dogs and More took home honors in the entree category at last year’s Taste event. See more information, a map and photos inside. Insurance agents and Chamber member Mike Sergakis, along with Bob Smith and Nick Miller will host the NASCAR Nationwide Series show car at the Taste of UA. The official show car of the NASCAR Nationwide Series will be on display for visitors to see a real NASCAR stock car first-hand. Visitors will also have the opportunity to take a spin around the track in the Nationwide racing simulator and spin the prize wheel for a chance for a chance to win a $10,000 golf cart, tickets to Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 (including transportation) and great NASCAR prizes.

New this year, the Chamber will highlight its Premier Chamber members by hosting a Premier Path. Visitors will check in at the chamber tent to pick up a map and ballot to travel the Premier Path. Premier members will have red yard signs at their exhibitor space to help event goers find them as they travel from one end of the field to the other. Premier path participants must learn one piece of information about each business, get their ballot stamped and return their ballot to the chamber tent to try to win an overnight hotel stay, or 4 tickets to the Columbus Crew vs. Seattle

Founders game August 31, or even a free all-inclusive trip to Cancun Mexico. Details can be found at the chamber tent. We’d like to thank our sponsors and volunteers, the City, Parks and Recreation and our city council for supporting the expansion of our 20th Annual Taste of UA. On behalf of our board of trustees who work tirelessly, we are thrilled to showcase our community and local area businesses Thursday, August 8. — Becky Hajost, president Upper Arlington area Chamber of Commerce

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Charlie Groezinger is Mr. Taste of UA! The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce is deeply grateful to Taste of UA chair, Charlie Groezinger of SGO Designer Glass for his hard work and dedication in bringing the 20th annual Taste of UA to fruition. Charlie is a hands-on team player who can be depended on to do such tasks as marking the field, pouring beer in the Bier Garten, overseeing logistics and making sure that the Northam Park is clean after the Taste of UA. Thank you for working so hard to make the 20th annual Taste of UA such a successful event. Thank you Charlie!

18. . . . . 5th Avenue Floral Co. 14. . . . . AAA Upper Arlington 82. . . . . Abbington of Arlington Assisted Living 52. . . . . Active Travel 53. . . . . Active Travel 91. . . . . Advanced Wellness Center Center Field . . . Anthem 34. . . . . Arlington Optical 41. . . . . Bartelt Dancers 32. . . . . Basement Doctor 129. . . . Bello Giardino 40. . . . . Bello Giardino 39. . . . . BMI Federal Credit Union 128. . . . Caffe Davinci 112. . . . Cheryl’s Cookies 113. . . . City Barbeque 90. . . . . Coldwell Banker King Thompson - Jane Nipps 107. . . . Columbus Food Adventures 35. . . . . Cooper insurance Group 43. . . . . Crown Point Care Center 97 . . . . . Dairy Queen 7 . . . . . . Dave Fox Design Build 8 . . . . . . Dave Fox Design Build 98. . . . . Dave’s Dogs and More 15. . . . . Fifth Third Bank 132. . . . Fitness Together 36. . . . . Gentle Touch Massage Therapy by Deb 10. . . . . Giant Eagle Market District 55. . . . . Giuseppe’s Italian Ice 31. . . . . Graeter’s Ice Cream 1 . . . . . . Great Harvest Bread 13. . . . . HHH CPA Group LLC 96. . . . . Houlihan’s Restaurant and Bar Upper Arlington

 oulihan’s Restaurant and Bar 95 . . . . . H Upper Arlington 63 . . . . . Howard Hanna Real Estate Services 11 . . . . . Indus Hotels 12 . . . . . Indus Hotels 100. . . . Jazzercise Upper Arlington . . . . . . . Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams . . . . . . . Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams 110. . . . Jet’s Pizza 119. . . . Jimmie John’s 133. . . . K Studio 105. . . . Keller Williams Classic Properties Realty - Stacy McVey 106. . . . Keller Williams Classic Properties Realty - Stacy McVey 62 . . . . . Key Bank 84 . . . . . La Chatelaine 93 . . . . . Leadership UA . . . . . . . Leslie’s Creperie 92 . . . . . Lisa Diemer Agency - American Family Insurance 16 . . . . . Mapfre Insurance 59 . . . . . Mayfair Village 111. . . . MCL Restaurant & Bakery 124. . . . Miller’s Arlington Car Care 82 . . . . . Mojo Tago 83 . . . . . Mojo Tago 38 . . . . . Moo Moo Car Wash 104. . . . National Church Residences First Community Village 26 . . . . . New York Life - Thomas Willett 29 . . . . . Nicola’s Restaurant 20 . . . . . Northwest Eyecare Professionals 80 . . . . . Northwest Pediatrics 76 . . . . . Nurtur The Salon 121. . . . Offers by Me

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Paula Brooks (center), president of the Franklin County Commissioners presented Chamber president, Becky Hajost (right) with the Commission’s President’s Award honoring the Chamber for the Taste of UA. Cindy Vaughan (left) was also there for the presentation, her company Vaughn Music Studios sponsored the music at last year’s Taste of Upper Arlington.

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Left: Cafe Davinci strikes a pose with their blue ribbon. Right: Delicious samples from last year’s Taste of Upper Arlington

Vendors WITH bOOTH nUMBER Center Field . . . 77 . . . . . 27. . . . . 86. . . . . 102. . . . 103. . . . 127. . . . 70 . . . . . 71. . . . . 109. . . . 42. . . . . 135. . . . 136. . . . 137. . . . 54. . . . . 101. . . . 37 . . . . .

PNC Raising Cane’s RE/MAX Premier Choice - Susan Toothman Riverside Methodist Church Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern Rusty Bucket Restaurant and Tavern Salem Communications 98.9 FM Schmidt’s Restaurant Schmidt’s Restaurant Sears Appliance and Hardware Store Shakolad Chocolate Factory Smoke Shack BBQ Smoke Shack BBQ Smoke Shack BBQ SoPo Nail Salon / Style Suites Spellacy’s Turf-Lawn Sport Clips

50. . . . . S  uzy’s Helping Hands & PR Life Management Services 68. . . . . SWACO 19. . . . . Syntero / Northwest Counseling Services 126. . . . The Arlington Bank 99. . . . . The Forum at Knightsbridge 24. . . . . The MacIntosh Company 28. . . . . The Rotary Club of Upper Arlington 67 . . . . . The Wine Bistro 45. . . . . Thomas Fenner Woods Agency 120. . . . Tri-Village Magazine 75. . . . . Two Men and a Truck 69. . . . . UA Levy Support Group 94. . . . . Upper Arlington City Schools 131. . . . Upper Arlington Public Library 89. . . . . Veritas Community Church 66. . . . . WOW! Internet, Cable and Phone 30. . . . . Yard Solutions

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Chamber and UA High School partner on real business, real world issues Since 2008, the UA Area Chamber of Commerce has been partnering with the UA High School to help implement 3 career development programs. Chamber members volunteer time to help support programs that teach the students real-world business and life skills. The Chamber supports the following programs: 1. Focus on Your Future Limited to 75 sophomores, this half-day event allows small groups of students to meet with professionals in 30-minute roundtable discussion groups. Students choose three career clusters from 11 different possibilities, such as Marketing/ Advertising/Public Relations; Finance/Business/Entrepreneurship; Medicine/Health Services. “Each roundtable is staffed by three to five professionals representing a wide range of careers in a particular cluster and the UA Chamber has been helpful in providing these folks,” said Jeanne Gogolski, Career Development/Servicelearning Coordinator, Upper Arlington City School District.  This year’s event will be held at The Columbus Bar Association building on October 31

from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2. Real Money. Real World - 100+ freshmen participated in this financial simulation sponsored by OSU Extension. Students assume the role of a 25-year-old adult who is the sole income provider for a family. They receive an occupation, monthly salary, and the number of children they are raising. Students learn to subtract savings, taxes and health insurance amounts from their income. The amount of money left over is what they have to spend during the simulation activity. The simulation involves community volunteers who represent actual businesses in the community; these volunteers set up and staff booths representing real-life businesses. By visiting the appropriate booths, students spend their salaries on items typically found in a monthly budget including housing, utilities, groceries, insurance, childcare and transportation. Throughout the activity, students keep track of their finances and attempt to complete the simulation with a positive balance. During the post-simulation lesson, students reflect on their experience and what they learned by

“Our students never cease to amaze me with their talents and insight… These programs provide an active, hands-on experience. They give young people the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those they will make as adults.”

— Nancy Drees UA City School District Board of Education member

completing a self-assessment. UA Chamber board member, Jim Hyre, a certified financial planner with Hyre and Associates Wealth Strategies, has served as keynote speaker in 2011 and 2012, and one of Mr. Hyre’s associates, Phil Constans, served as keynote speaker this year. UA Chamber members also help staff many of the simulation booths. “Our students never cease to amaze me with their talents and insight….I also attended the Real Money, Real World program at the UAHS. Jeanne Gogolski and Nancy Botti are on the Business Advisory Council (BAC) that I support and this event was their last one of the year and it was incredible. The Real Money/Real World event was an alternative for 100 freshmen who choose not to

shadow. Jeanne coordinates Freshmen Shadowing Day and Real Money/Real World with Nancy Botti’s assistance. We had over 30 parents and UA business leaders volunteer. Some were contacted through the UA Chamber of Commerce. It was the BAC’s connection to the Chamber that brought this volunteer opportunity to them. These programs provide an active, hands-on experience. They give young people the opportunity to make lifestyle and budget choices similar to those they will make as adults,” said Nancy Drees, UA City School District Board of Education member. 3. Business Entrepreneur and Management Class - As part of the course curriculum, students learn how to create

business plans from experienced professionals, design their own entrepreneurial ideas and pitch them to members of the UA Chamber.   “I applaud the high school’s efforts to bring personal finance and entrepreneurship courses to their students, and I’m happy to see the Chamber take an active role in these programs. As a business owner, Chamber board member and parent of three kids in UA district schools, I can see how all the pieces fit together. It’s a partnership that really makes a lot of sense.” Kevin Fix, Owner, Newhaven Capital Advisors, LLC. “Special consideration and appreciation should be given to Jeanne Gogolski, Career Development/Service-Learning Coordinator and Nancy Botti, Career Development/Service Learning Specialist, who work tirelessly to provide these programs for the high school students. Jeanne serves as the bridge between the high school and the Chamber. We certainly appreciate her efforts in supporting the Chamber’s involvement in these programs,” said Becky Hajost, UA Chamber president.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS 20th Annual Taste of UA

Business expo meets community festival! Experience food, music and much more. It is a great place for friends, family and to meet local businesses. When: Thursday, Aug. 8, 3:30 to 8:30 p.m. Where: Northam Park - at the corner of Northam and Tremont Rd., Upper Arlington, OH 43220 Free to get in, open to the public. For more information, visit

First Thursday’s Networking Event

Join the Upper Arlington Area Chamber members for networking, food and drinks. All are welcome. This First Thursday event will be hosted at Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club.

When: Thursday, Sept. 5 from 5 to 7 p.m. Where: Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club - 3111 Hayden Rd., Columbus 43235 Register online at

Afternoon Business Network Exchange

Make connections, get involved. Join us for this afternoon networking lunch for business professionals. Fun, food and connections! Where: TBD – Check our online events calendar for the location. When: Wednesday, Sept. 25 from 12 noon to 1:30 p.m. Pre-registration required. $12 for members, $15

for non-members Register online at

Ask the Experts

Join us as a panel of speakers discusses how the Healthcare for America Plan may affect area businesses. Where: TBD When: TBD Pre-registration is required.  $15 for members, $20 for non-members (cost includes lunch). Contact or (614) 481-5710 to register for events.

2012 Award Winners

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#1 The Wine Bistro Braised Veal Meatball

#1 Nicola Restaurant Pasticcio Di Melanzane

#1 Caffe’ DaVinci Gelato

#2 Mojo TaGo The Mojodilla

#2 City Barbeque Signature beef brisket on buttery Texas toast topped with sweet vinegar slaw

#2 Schakolad Chocolate Factory Gelato

#3 The Rusty Bucket Sliders

# 3 Dave’s Dogs & More Chicken Gyro

#3 Leslie’s Creperie Lemon Cream w/ Fresh Blueberry Crepe

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Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce Chip Ashby Basic Object Vice Chair Public Relations

Doug Ryan Doug Ryan Real Estate Inc Out-going Board Chairman

Janet Boissy Indus Hotels Vice Chair - Membership

Peter Hahn Dinsmore & Shohl, LLP Vice Chair – Legal In-coming Chairman

Rick Dumas HHH CPA Group, LLC Vice Chair – Finance

Roy Smoot PNC Bank Trustee – Vice Chair – Economic Development Chris Scott Capital Mediation, LLC Vice Chair - Business Advocacy

Jim Hyre Hyre & Associates, LLC Trustee

Becky Converse The Forum at Knightbridge Trustee

Chris Miller The Arlington Bank Asst. Vice Chair, Secretary

Kevin Fix Newhaven Capital Advisors Trustee – 2nd Vice Chair Business Advocacy

Chris Potts Upper Arlington City Schools Trustee

Kathy Gill The Publishing Group Trustee Chair - Retail

Jack Salvato Salvato & Associates, LLC Trustee

Roy Smoot PNC Bank Trustee – Chair Business Development Teressa Snedegar Owner-SportsClips Hair Cuts Trustee Susan Toothman Re/Max Premier Choice Realtors Trustee - Chair Ambassador Judy Wright National Church Residences Trustee

Board mEMBERS Becky Converse Becky Hajost Chip Ashby Chris Potts Chris Miller

Chris Scott Doug Ryan Edie Blough Jack A. Salvato Janet Boissy

Jim Hyre Judy Wright Kathleen Gill Kevin Fix Peter Hahn

Thursday, August 1, 2013 retail sales manager: Heather Kritter

account executives: Diana Carilli, Jenna Cameron, April Clausi and Ruthanne Roork Business Monthly is a special advertising supplement to ThisWeek Community News. Business Monthly is not responsible for opinions and views expressed in the paid advertisement in the business profiles. All real estate advertising herein is subject to the federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familiar status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.

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Business Advocacy

Our Mission Dear Chamber Member, Your Chamber and its Business Advocacy Division exists to further the needs and interests of our members throughout the area. We welcome input from you as to how we can continue to effectively support your growth and business success. In 2011, the Upper Arlington City Council created the Lane Avenue Community Entertainment District to spur business development in the important Lane Avenue corridor, and to create a family entertainment destination for residents of the city. News restaurants opened, a major mixed use development encompassing a hotel, luxury apartments and retail, restaurant and office space, commenced construction. It was assumed that the creation of the Entertainment District ensured that additional liquor licenses could be authorized throughout the District, as well as safeguarding those businesses which already had licenses. However, it was discovered that a number of the sites within the District were zoned “dry”, including the new mixed use site. Rather than attempt to remedy each of these sites piecemeal through individual local referenda, City Council approved an ordinance to put an issue on the ballot last November to rezone the entire Entertainment District to permit the sales of liquor. This was Issue 24. A ruling of the Ohio Attorney General’s office stated that should Issue 24 fail, not only would new licenses in the affected area be prohibited. but existing businesses might lose theirs, as well. This caused considerable concern on the part of new and existing businesses which feared the loss of their livelihood. Nine restaurants and retail establishments, which were directly impacted by the issue, are members of the Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce. Working together with our members in the Entertainment District, the Chamber, through its Business Advocacy Division, participated in an active campaign on behalf of Issue 24. In partnership with the city and the business community, the Chamber was successful in achieving an overwhelming vote in favor of Issue 24, thus preserving the interests of Chamber members in the dynamic Lane Avenue corridor, and enhancing the quality of life in Upper Arlington. It is the commitment of the Chamber to support the growth and economic well-being of the Upper Arlington business community, and in particular, to advocate for the needs of our Chamber membership. The Chamber advocates for job growth and economic investment in the Uppper Arlington community. Sincerely,

Eddi Blough Board Chair Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce

Christopher Scott Business Advocacy Division Upper Arlington Chamber of Commerce

Lead by the Business Advocacy Committee of The Upper Arlington Area Chamber of Commerce, and its action plan. It is the goal of the Business Advocacy to be proactive in its recognition of Issues that affect our community. This PAC is intended for the use of Community Education, Marketing, and Strategic Planning for issues that affect the quality of the Business Environment in our area. — Scott Grimes, Norman, Jones, Enlow & Co.

Business Resources and Consulting Center

The Chamber’s Business Advisory Program is a service for our members through which members can seek advisement from designated business advisors in a variety of business areas. To schedule your business advisory appointment with any of our business advisors, call the Chamber at 481-5710. Accountant: Rick Dumas, CPA, HHH CPA Group Financial Planning, Business Consulting and Investment Management: Kevin Fix, Newhaven Capital Partners Certified Financial Planner/Financial Planner: Jim Hyre, CFP, Hyre & Associates Wealth Advisors Business Planning and Development of Business Plans for Business Owners: Jack Salvato, Salvato and Associates Wealth Banking Advisor: Roy Smoot, PNC Information Privacy, Security and Regulatory Compliance (e.g. HIPAA): Robert Brzezinski, MBA, CPHIMS, CHPS, BizWit, LLC Website Design and IT Strategy: Chip Ashby, Basic Logic Full Service HR and Business Performance Consulting : Sheila Walker

2013 PAC Contributors Howard Hanna Real Estate Services Jarvis Law Office Jonathan Varner & Associates, LLC Larson’s Toys & Games Lighthouse Mortgage Services Macaluso Landscaping Co. Ltd. Navigator

AAA Car Care Plus Arlington Optical Caffe’ DaVinci Comfort Keepers Continental Realty Family Practice West Forthwrite Communications

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Newhaven Capital Advisors Ohio State Optical Company Peridontology, Inc. Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers Re/Max Premier Choice Realtors Toothman Resource Development Group

Scioto Country Club Toastmasters Upper Arlington Veterinary Hospital Vaughan Music Studios Westminster-Thurber Community Dr. George P. Wick, DDS

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NEW MEMBERS Active Travel Jean Gualtieri 5064 Cemetary Road Hilliard, OH 43026 (614) 771-6200 Basement Doctor Jessica Murdock 7369 E. Livingston Avenue Reynoldsburg, OH 43201 (614) 333-658 Green Oak Advisors Karen A. Davis, CPA 2661 Wickliffe Road Upper Arlington, OH 43221 (614) 554-4798 New York Life – Thomas Willett Thomas Willett 485 Metro Place South, Ste. 350 Dublin, OH 43017 (614) 793-2121

Organized Home Remodeling, LLC Kathy Morgan 885 W. 5th Avenue Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 754-8234 Re/Max – Anita Graves Group Anita Graves 2494 Canterbury Rd. Upper Arlington, OH 43221 (614) 419-2731 Salem Communications – 98.9 FM Tom Heyl 8101 N. High Street, Ste. 360 Columbus, OH 43235 (614) 885-0880 The Rotary Club of Upper Arlington Price Finley 2454 Kensington Drive Columbus, OH 43221 (614) 227-8897

Visit Premiere path and enter to win at Taste of UA!

Visitors will check in at the chamber tent to pick up a map and ballot to travel the Premier Path. Premier members will have red yard signs at their exhibitor space

to help event goers find them as they travel from one end of the field to the other. Premier path participants must learn one piece of information about each business, get

their ballot stamped and return their ballot to the chamber tent to try to win fabulous prizes listed on page 1. Details can be found at the chamber tent.

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PREMIERE MEMBERS Active Travel Amitai Sela Computing The Arlington Bank - Tremont Arlingworth Home Care AT&T Ohio BizWit LLC Blue Sky Exercise Chip Ashby CompuSuites Dinsmore & Shohl LLP - Legal Counsel Fifth Third Bank - Fishinger Rd The Forum at Knightsbridge Good Energy HHH CPA Group, LLC Houlihan’s Restaurant and Bar Info Depot InfoGuard LLC Kroger Company - Henderson Rd Mapfre Insurance Mill Run Gardens and Care Center National Church Residences National Church Residences First Community Village National Church Residences Home & Community Services National Church Residences Mill Run Newhouse, Prophater, Letcher &

Moots, LLC PNC Bank - Fishinger Rd. Premier at Sawmill Athletic Club Raymond James & Associates Kingsdale RE/MAX Premier Choice Realtors Toothman Resource Development Group Scioto Country Club SGO Designer Glass Sport Clips Telhio Credit Union Tom & Jerry Auto Service Upper Arlington City Schools Upper Arlington Community Improvement Corporation Upper Arlington Veterinary Hospital (Northstar Animal Care) Western and Southern Financial Group Whetstone Gardens and Care Center

To learn more about the benefits of premiere membership visit our website at

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