FENTON FOCUS PRESENTED BY: FENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WWW.FENTONMOCHAMBER.COM
Through the generosity of DDI Media St. Louis, the Fenton Chamber was given the unique opportunity to light up the sky with a beautiful, high-resolution display on the billboard at Route 141 & I-44. A huge “THANK YOU” to Kurt Schumer and the staff and DDI Media for helping us take the Chamber to new heights!
Check out the newest opportunities available with your Chamber: ► “Monday Minute” E-Communications ► “Community Magazine” Publication SEE PAGE 9 FOR DETAILS
A MESSAGE FROM THE MAYOR ……………. 2
ARTICLE: GET MORE POSITIVE REVIEWS ….. 6
KELLY & ANGIE ATTEND CONFERENCE ……..... 13
A Message From…
FENTON FOCUS 2016 FEDERAL
Mayor Polizzi City of Fenton Dear Chamber Members: We received news in July of the passing of the TIF (Tax Increment Financing) for Fenton Logistics Park (formerly known as the Chrysler site). Fenton was well represented on the commission, being composed of both St. Louis County and City of Fenton residents. This will pave the way for the clearing of nearly 8 million square feet of concrete and asphalt left behind by the former site which will, in turn, make the site more appealing for prospective tenants.
In 2014, President Obama directed the Secretary of Labor to update the overtime regulations to reflect the original intent of the Fair Labor Standards Act, and to simplify and modernize the rules so that they’re easier for workers and businesses to understand and apply.
The final rule will:
Raise the salary threshold from
$455 per week to $913 per week which equates to $47,476/year.
We have been successful in the immediate past with two TIFs within the City of Fenton. The TIFs at both Gravois Bluffs and Fenton Crossing (Dierbergs) were paid off early (before their due date) and are now generating a small amount of additional revenue to our city.
Automatically update the salary
Along with the additional revenue, the 295-acre site will, when fully operational, provide an estimated 2,500 - 3,000 permanent jobs, representing an additional $135 million in approximate annual wages. This is in addition to the 500 - 700 construction jobs which will be on the site over the next few years.
Strengthen overtime protections
I am glad that the Fenton Logistics Park can now move forward. The site has many exciting possibilities that will contribute to Fenton and our community as a whole. Anything that makes this project move forward is a plus for Fenton and for the region. This TIF will enable the repurposing of the unused site, which is currently providing only a small amount of revenue via real estate taxes, and enable it to generate thousands of jobs and investments into our community. This TIF is a real win/win.
SSM Health St. Clare Hospital
threshold every 3 years, based on wage growth over time, thus increasing predictability. for salaried workers who are already entitled to overtime.
Provide greater clarity for both workers and employers.
The final rule will be effective on December 1st, giving employers adequate time to prepare. This rule does not make any changes to the duties test for executive, administrative and professional employees.
St. Anthony’s Medical Center & Fenton Urgent Care
2016 Board of Directors OFFICERS
Congratulations on Your Ribbon Cutting
10 Tactics to Get More Positive Reviews
What’s New at the Fenton Chamber
PRESIDENT Lori St. Clair - On Target For Profitable Growth 1st Vice President Paul Carcagno - Fortune Insurance 2nd Vice President Secretary Karen Fox - Karen THE Connector Treasurer Scott Borlinghaus - Fabick CAT
DIRECTORS Greg Bresler - Andre’s Banquets & Catering Joe Fischer, Jr. - Fischer, Christoff, Bartmess Dr. Nathan Free - Freedom Chiropractic Deb Fruend - Team Activities for Special Kids Ginny Goede - The Jewelry Connection
Congratulations On Your Ribbon Cutting
Good News & Thank You’s
Upcoming Chamber Events
Welcome our Newest Members!
Ellis Hawkins - SSM Health St. Clare Hospital Mary Jauer - Realtor, EXIT Elite Realty Dale E. Roethemeyer - Edward Jones Laura Roth - UniGroup Chuck Winkle - Maritz Jim Winslow, Jr. - Sky Zone - Fenton Immediate Past President Greg Bresler
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS St. Louis County Police Liaison Captain John Wheeler City of Fenton Liaisons Nikki Finkbiner Mayor Mike Polizzi Chamber Attorney David Davis, Davis Law LLC
OFFICE STAFF Executive Director
Director of Communications
Events Coordinator Administrative Assistant
Angie Kavanaugh Betty Rottler
Grand Rental Station
Fenton Chamber Recognizes Scholarship Recipients at Annual Luncheon Event The Fenton Chamber presented 12 high school seniors with scholarships at the annual Scholarship Luncheon on July 6th at Andre’s West. Since 1987, the Fenton Chamber has had the privilege of awarding 322 high school graduates with over $260,000 in scholarship funds to further their education. This year’s recipients: from Rockwood Summit High School – Joel Crumrine, Taylor Dedic, Kayla Drake, Shannon Griffin, Austin Henry, Abigail Phillips, Kevin Schmidt and Jack Welker; from Lindbergh High School – Natalie Schodl; from Northwest High School – Katherine Meyer; from Ursuline Academy – Caroline Adams; from Cor Jesu Academy – Gabrielle Picard.
Caroline Adams was awarded the Ginny Goede Scholarship, established in 2002 as a tribute to her untiring dedication to the Chamber, to helping others and giving back to the community. Caroline completed over 240 service hours while attending Ursuline Academy – that’s DOUBLE the requirement that was necessary for graduation. Some of these hours were spent with Nurses for Newborns as well as rebuilding homes devastated by tornadoes in Joplin, Missouri. Finding TOMS Shoes’ mission and model as an inspiration, she hopes to open her own “Give Back” type company someday. Caroline has plans to study Strategic Communications and Anthropology at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Missouri this fall.
Ginny Goede with Caroline Adams
Fenton Chamber Members, along with the recipients and their families, were in attendance to honor the many outstanding successes and accomplishments of these scholars. This event is sponsored annually by Sean King’s Edward Jones office.
Congratulations on Your Ribbon Cutting! Alphagraphics St. Louis Celebrating New Ownership! 926 S. Highway Dr. | Fenton MO Phone #: 636-529-1281 Contact: Mesi Gebremichael
State Farm - Ryan Fico Grand Opening of New Agency! 926 Brookwood Center | Fenton Phone #: 636-600-9075 Contact: Ryan Fico, Owner www.statefarm.com/agent
Jim Butler Chevrolet
Alliance Credit Union Grand Opening of Fenton Branch/HQ!
1280 S. Highway Drive | Fenton Phone #: 636-343-7005 Jennifer McRoberts, Branch Mgr. www.alliancecu.com
Express Employment Professionalsâ€”St. Louis South
10 Tactics to Get More Positive Reviews for Your Business! ► MONITOR REVIEWS ON ALL SITES: The first step to getting more positive reviews is to know where reviews of your business are likely to appear. Google, Bing, Facebook, Foursquare, Better Business Bureau, Yelp and Yellow Pages are some of the better known review places. Monitor reviews weekly.
► COMPLETE ONLINE PROFILES, ACCURATELY: Take time to add hours of operation, product details, locations and other information. If the review site offers categories, make sure you choose the best ones for your business. The more complete your online business listings, product descriptions, and local profiles, the more it appears you actively care about your business. Also, be sure to correct any inaccurate information!
► INCLUDE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS: Photographs make your profiles stand out in local search results and on review websites. Be sure that your photos are high quality. The clearer/better the image looks, the more professional and impressive the business will appear to those searching online.
► SHOW CUSTOMER REVIEWS ARE IMPORTANT: Customer reviews are important to you. Simply having a system that alerts customers their opinion matters to your business goes a long way; develop a follow-up system, email or verbal. A business or product with a higher number of reviews tends to get more attention. The more positive reviews you have to offset a negative review or two, the higher your overall rating.
► REMIND HAPPY CUSTOMERS OF REVIEW SITES: Make a habit of asking customers about their experience was. If positive, remind them to visit your review sites. It is against guidelines of some sites to ask a customer to leave a review, however it is generally acceptable to remind customers to “check out” your business on a certain site, such as Yelp.
► SOFTWARE TO SEEK FEEDBACK/TESTIMONALS: There are software services that can be programmed to send post-sale emails to customers asking what they thought of your product or service. If experience is positive, you can send a follow-up communication making it easy for the customer to click a button and share their experience via review.
► DO NOT INCENTIVIZE REVIEWS: It sounds tempting. You may think, ‘why don’t I just offer freebies or discounts to get customers to leave reviews’? Well, for one thing, this violates terms of service of many review sites; it may also violate FTC rules and state deceptive trade practice regulations. Your customer might have been willing to leave a positive review anyway, but by giving an incentive, you just made the review invalid… DON’T DO IT!
► DON’T SET UP A REVIEW STATION: Do not set up a tablet or laptop, asking customers to review your business. This crosses the line of the rules of service on some sites. Besides, all reviews will come from a single IP address and may be flagged as “fake”, thus doing more harm than good.
► RESPOND TO NEGATIVE REVIEWS: Don’t leave negative feedback unanswered. Respond the right way. Acknowledge if you made a mistake and offer to make things right or explain what you will do differently going forward. This type of response shows you care. Remember, prospective customers can see your response so handle criticism gracefully.
► RESPOND TO POSITIVE COMMENTS: Respond to positive feedback, too. This is one way to turn happy customers into enthusiastic advocates who spread a positive word of mouth. If someone says something nice on Twitter about your business, tweet back a simple thank you.
Experimac of Fenton Grand Opening of New Fenton Business!
794-A Gravois Bluffs Blvd | Fenton Phone #: 636-326-4622 Contact: Christine Witte www.experimac.com
State Farm Insurance/Marty Wilder Agency
Check out these new opportunities available to Fenton Chamber Members!
“MONDAY MINUTE” ► What is the “Monday Minute”? The weekly “Monday Minute” is e-mailed to all Chamber Members each Monday with events for the week & upcoming, important updates, action items, etc.
► What about sponsorships? Yes, sponsorships are available, but extremely limited, for $100! There is only one (1) sponsor each month. Sponsorship includes: company name (and logo) on each of the month's "Monday Minute" emails, plus an image with link to your flyer (or URL) in the body of email.
► Not receiving emails from us? Contact the Fenton Chamber Office to make sure that we have the correct, most up to date information, including your email address.
COMMUNITY MAGAZINE ► Is this a new FACC publication? In order to keep up with and fulfill the needs of our members and the community, we have decided to introduce a “lifestyle magazine” in place of the Community Guide. We will print the “Community Guide” every other year.
► What can I look forward to? This magazine-style publication will feature a more in-depth look at the Fenton Community and what makes it a great place to live, work and play: businesses, entertainment, history, landmarks, highlights, etc. The magazine will still be professionally printed and designed as a benefit to our members and advertisers. Our hope is that this type of publication will have a longer shelf life than the Community Guide.
► What about the member directory, business listings and ads? The new publication will still contain a list of all Chamber Members (in good standing), which includes your five-line listing in one category. You will have the opportunity to purchase an “enhanced listing” and full-color advertising.
► When can I expect information? Next month, we will begin to publish specific information about opportunities available with this magazine; following that, the contact of each Chamber Member will receive a form containing their listing information, allowing for changes to be made, enhancements selected, and advertising opportunities.
Edward Jones—Sean C. King
Westside Personnel Services
HOME-BASED BUSINESS NETWORKING GROUP Join the Fenton Chamber in this brand new networking group, open exclusively to our Home-Based Business Owners. Who better to learn from, ask questions to or share leads with than your fellow Chamber members who also run Home-Based Businesses! This is also a celebration of sorts of the many Chamber Members who are in this category. This group will meet each month on the 4th Wednesday, 8:00am-10:00am at the Fenton Chamber Office.
Edward Jones-Dale E. Roethemeyer Partner Club
Vogel Heating & Cooling
Congratulations on Your Ribbon Cutting! Advance Auto Parts Grand Re-Opening After Closing for Winter Flood Recovery! 95 Fenton Plaza | Fenton MO Phone #: 636-343-5430 Contact: Dante Maranan www.advanceautoparts.com
Have A Nice Kitchen Grand Opening of New Business! (sister store of Hoodâ€™s) 56 Western Plaza | Fenton MO Phone #: 636-326-4265 Contact: Lou Rybacki, Manager Stop by the beautiful showroom!
American Eagle Credit Union
Coughlin, Donovan, Niehaus & Scherle, P.C.
Sue Harrison of National Laser & Inkjet Cartridge Service and Dale Roethemeyer of Edward Jones earned“5-Star Ambassador” badges and were presented with their new badge at the August luncheon!
Fenton, Green Park Among Winners In New Tax Formula ►►► Read the full article at www.websterkirkwoodtimes.com ◄◄◄ Fenton will pick up an estimated $500,000 in additional sales tax revenue, Green Park about $250,000, as a result of a new law that goes into effect in 2017. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on July 1 signed into law legislation that alters the way the 1-cent county-wide sales tax is distributed in St. Louis County. The bill was sponsored by state Rep. Mike Leara. The change means some cities that have experienced a boom in commercial development — Fenton, Maryland Heights, Chesterfield and Green Park are the best examples — will not have to share as much of their sales tax revenue with unincorporated St. Louis County and other "pool" cities in the county. The tax distribution system in St. Louis County consists of "point of sale" cities and "pool" cities. Point of sale cities keep most of sales tax revenues generated within their borders. The biggest losers under the new formula are pool cities like Webster Groves, University City, Wildwood and Florissant. Smaller pool cities like Glendale also are affected. Pool cities share a part of their 1-cent county-wide sales tax with unincorporated St. Louis County and with other cities in the pool. These cities tend to be heavily residential and have historically benefited from the shared tax system. There are, however, exceptions. The retail economy of some pool cities — Chesterfield, Maryland Heights, Green Park and Fenton (Fenton's newest commercial area is part of the pool) — has changed dramatically since the last sales tax arrangement was put in place in 1993. According to data from St. Louis County Municipal League, if the new formula had been put in place in 2015, Chesterfield would have seen an increase in tax revenues of $288,956 over 2014. Green Park would have collected $257,343 more and Maryland Heights $425,079. Fenton Mayor Mike Polizzi estimates his city will collect an additional $500,000.
SERVPRO of Fenton/South Ballwin
Martin-Jetco Heating & Air Conditioning
Chamber Staff Members Attend Conference at Missouri State Capitol This past month, Chamber staff members Kelly & Angie traveled to our Capitol in Jefferson City to take part in the Chamber of Commerce Executive of Missouri (CCEM) “Chamber Management Academy”, held at the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry offices. Joined by representatives from Chambers of Commerce all across the state of Missouri, your Fenton Chamber staff members engaged in a series of educational classes on topics specific to the work of Chamber of Commerce organizations: economic development, event planning, advocacy, marketing, and member recruitment, retention, and engagement. These sessions were lead by several members of the CCEM Board of Directors as well as guests speakers. Not only was this an opportunity for Kelly & Angie to get updated with current trends, happenings within the Chamber of Commerce realm, but it also allowed them to connect and network with other Chamber staff members, thus learning from each other, exchanging ideas, etc. The Fenton Chamber invests in professional development events and opportunities for its staff members so that it can continue to provide the best services to you as Chamber Members and to keep updated on important information for Chamber of Commerce organizations and businesses in the State of Missouri. … And what would a trip to Jefferson City be without a stroll around the Capitol and a trip to the famous Central Dairy!
Chemistry Multimedia, LLC
UniQue Ideas ‘N More
July Luncheon | Sponsored by: Edward Jones - Sean C. King
August Luncheon | Sponsored by: Neighbors Credit Union
Golf Tournament Co-Chairs: Dr. Nathan Free & Jim Wanko
Guest Speaker: Lethia Owens
Theresa Benson of Neighbors Credit Union
Edward Jonesâ€”Tim Weber
SAMMY J Balloon Creations
Chris Cakes of St. Louis, and West County EMS & Fire Protection District served just under 1,000 people and raised over $20,000 at their "Pancake Breakfast for Ballwin Police Officer Flamion!
Thank you to Krieg Lohbeck & Company CPAs for donating their services to the Chamber’s annual 990 reporting!
EPIC 6 Laser Tag & Sports Arena recently opened a brand new American Ninja Warrior-style attraction: the "Ninja Course"! Think you have what it takes? Stop by EPIC 6 for the real challenge! Dr. Jessica Nieva with Fenton Family Dentistry, she herself being born deaf, dedicated a full day to “Give Deaf People a Smile" on which she and her staff treated those who are deaf or hard of hearing. Interpreters were stationed in each room and the work was done free of charge. It is important to note that Dr. Nieva also serves on the Board for Chamber Member, DEAF Inc. Chiropractic Wellness Center of St. Louis has a new member of their team - Dr. Amber Sorcic, “Dr. Amber”, Associate Chiropractor! Dr. Amber's passion for nutrition and chiropractic, as well as her love for working with all ages, will make her a tremendous asset to Dr. Lorie's already-stellar group! Welcome to the Chamber, Amber! Neighbors Credit Union was recently named to the 2016 “Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions in America” that DepositAccounts releases annually, recognizing those who have shown “exceptional fiduciary responsibility”!
Thank you to Web Techniques Inc. for donating the Fenton Chamber’s brand new name tags! Thank you to July Luncheon sponsor, Edward Jones—Sean C. King and thank you to all of our guests in attendance. Also, thank you to Ginny Goede of Jewelry Connection and Rep. Shamed Dogan for assisting with the program! Thank you to all of the Chamber Members who have been attending the many Ribbon Cuttings we have had recently— your support of these events and for your fellow Chamber Members is tremendous! Thank you to August Luncheon sponsor, Neighbors Credit Union—Fenton Branch and those guests from Neighbors in attendance. Also, thank you to our truly dynamic speaker, Lethia Owens - wow, what a program! Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far to this year’s Golf Tournament: committee, sponsors, participants, donors, volunteers - you know who you are! Thank you again to Kurt Schumer and DDI Media St. Louis for providing the Chamber with the unique opportunity to place information on the electronic billboard! Thank you to a dedicated Board of Directors who continue to keep in focus the mission of the Fenton Chamber and who equip the staff with necessary resources to grow, maintain a committed group of Fenton Chamber Members. Thank you to everyone who donated to the “Reverse Raffle” fundraiser. Your funds, in part, go towards helping the FACC provide great program for its membership.
Sending well wishes to James Shearburn of DEAF, Inc. who recently suffered a heart attack. Please keep him in your thoughts for a speedy recovery!
On Target For Profitable Growth
ApexNetwork Physical Therapy Grand Opening of Fenton Location!
NEW MEMBERS AT JULY LUNCHEON: Eileen Casey-Strutman - US Bank Home Mortgage Kristie Gabel - Americaâ€™s Incredible Pizza Vance Scherrer - Apex Restoration & Construction
Mary Jauer - EXIT Elite Realty
54 Fenton Plaza | Fenton MO Phone #: 636-600-1300 Christopher Bennett, Owner www.apexnetworkpt.com
Junk King - St. Louis
Farmers Insurance - Sparks Agency
Upcoming Chamber Events
► Monday, September 5th—Chamber Office Closed All Day for Labor Day Holiday ► Wednesday, September 7th—Membership Luncheon at Tapawingo National Golf Club—11:00AM-1:00PM
13001 Gary Player Drive | Sunset Hills MO—Speaker, Brian Powers, has performed his "Powers of the Mind" show throughout the United States, Canada and aboard Norwegian Cruise Lines. Brian’s seminar will teach and show you that what we say may not be what is actually heard by those who we are communicating with and how to correct that. His seminars are designed to help you discover the many ways we input information, and why it's significant; plus, how you may be sabotaging your own ability to communicate and why creating new patterns of behavior can help drive you forward. Sponsor: Express Employment Professionals
► Wednesday, September 14th—Ribbon Cutting at CrossFit Xtra Mile (Lunch Provided)—11:00AM-12:15PM
776 Merus Court | Fenton MO—Another Ribbon Cutting scheduled! Join the Fenton Chamber staff in support of one of our newest Chamber Members, CrossFit Xtra Mile, as they celebrate with a Ribbon Cutting! You will enjoy: lunch, the opportunity to meet Corey and XtraMile staff, a tour of the facility, and even some demos of activities featured in their classes. Come out and show support !
► Thursday, September 22nd—Lunch ‘N Learn: Chamber Nation Training at Fenton Chamber 11:30AM-1:00PM
1400 S. Highway Drive, Ste. 99 | Fenton MO—Did you know that your Chamber membership gives you access to increased exposure and SEO optimization at no additional charge? ChamberNation not only serves as the FACC’s operational software but it opens up many opportunities for Members to get found and get noticed! Bring your lunch and we’ll tell you all about it!
► Thursday, September 22nd—Ribbon Cutting/Open House at Head To Toe Studio—3:00PM Ribbon Cutting
1671 S. Old Highway 141 | Fenton MO—Celebrate the Grand Opening of new member and Fenton business, "Head to Toe Studio"! We will do a Ribbon Cutting at 3pm, followed by Open House and all are welcome to stay for a Business After Hours until 6:30pm. Come out and show your support for a fellow Fenton Chamber member, plus networking!
► Wednesday, October 5th—Membership Luncheon at Andre’s West Banquet Center—11:00AM-1:00PM ► Friday, October 7th—2nd Annual Sporting Clay Tournament at St. Louis Skeet & Trap—see insert for details ► Thursday, October 13th—CHAMBER 101: Maximize Your Membership at FACC Office—8:00AM-9:00AM
Stems by Stacy
CTS Technology Solutions, Inc.
Join us in welcoming our newest Chamber members by patronizing their businesses. Chamber membership reflects business integrity and demonstrates commitment to the community. American Communications Network (ACN)
Ambassador Baptist Church
6121 Crescent Avenue St. Louis, MO 63139 Phone: 314-974-3015
801 Hawkins Road | Fenton MO Phone: 314-329-7491 Contact: Tracy Nix www.abcstl.church
Contact: Courtney Hoff Independent IT Broker
Advance Auto Parts 95 Fenton Plaza Fenton, MO 63026 Phone: 636-343-5430 Contact: Dante Maranan www.advanceautoparts.com
AFLAC Kara Guckes, Representative Fenton, MO 63026 Phone: 636-219-6434 www.aflac.com
The Bedroom Store 72 Fenton Plaza | Fenton MO Phone: 636-496-6005 Contact: Kevin Smith www.thebedroomstore.com
Cricket Wireless 98 Gravois Bluffs Circle Dr. | Fenton MO Phone: 636-326-1916 Contact: Andy Bazigian www.cricketwireless.com
Paint Saint Louis, LLC Fenton, MO 63026 Phone: 314-827-4401 Contact: Robert Winkelmann www.paintsaintlouis.com
Pictured (left to right): Lori St. Clair - FACC Board President/On Target For Profitable Growth; Ryan Fico - State Farm Agency; Courtney Hoff - ACN; Mary Jauer - FACC Board Director/EXIT Elite Realty; Jeannie Braun - FACC Executive Director
Nolan Office Interiors
Verve Design Studio (formerly Rataj-Krueger)
Karen THE Connector
Thank You for Renewing! 3D Pest Control ∙ Accounting Solutions Group of St. Louis ∙ Ageless Design Bi-State Landscape Supply ∙ Bill Siebert - Siebert Agency, Ltd. ∙ CDR, Inc. Chili’s Grill & Bar ∙ City Wide Maintenance ∙ Continental Title Company Davis Law, LLC ∙ Delmar Gardens of Meramec Valley ∙ Fairfield Inn by Marriott Fenton Athletic Association ∙ Fenton Sew & Vac ∙ Friendship Village Sunset Hills Furniture Marketplace ∙ Hillsboro Title Company ∙ Jay B. Smith Funeral Homes Kadean Construction Co. ∙ Line-X of Jefferson County ∙ LSS at Meramec Bluffs McDonald’s - Valley Park ∙ Mercy Family Medicine ∙ Mercy Pediatrics - Fenton Nooter/Eriksen, Inc. ∙ NWO IT Services ∙ Payne Family Homes ∙ ProPack Packaging RamAir, Inc. ∙ Serenity Adult Day Center ∙ St. Louis Ambush ∙ St. Louis Soccer Park Two Men And A Garden ∙ Vivian Company, Inc. ∙ Web Design by Knight Web Techniques, Inc. ∙ Weis Comfort Systems ∙ Wolff Shoe Company
Grand Rental Station (Pinnacle) | Jim Butler Chevrolet (Prestige)
HealthMarkets Insurance - Jeffrey Wolf
Arch Audio Visual
FENTONFOCUS Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce 1400 South Highway Drive, Suite 99 Fenton MO 63099
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(636) 717-0200 (636) 717-0214 Fax www.fentonmochamber.com
Membership Luncheon Wed. September 7th
11:00am check-in, 11:30am start
Lunch ‘N Learn Chamber Nation Training
Thursday, September 22nd 11:30am—1:00pm @ FACC Office
Tapawingo National Golf Club
13001 Gary Player Drive | Sunset Hills MO
1400 South Highway Drive Suite 99, Fenton MO 63099
Speaker: Brian Powers - “Powers of the Mind” Brian’s seminar will teach and show you that what we say may not be what is actually heard by those who we are communicating with and how to correct that. is seminars are designed to help you discover the many ways we input information, and why it's significant.
Chamber Nation is the most underutilized benefit of membership. During this session, the Chamber Staff will cover all aspects of Chamber Nation to assist you in getting the most out of your membership. Did you know that you can add coupons and videos/commercials to your landing page, and post events to our calendar?
$20 members; $25 guests
All you have to bring is your lunch!
Please RSVP for this event by calling (636) 717-0200 or register & pay online.
Please direct your reservations to the Chamber Office at (636) 717-0200.