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FACC Golf Tournament
Monday, August 22nd
BOARD MEMBER SPOTLIGHT……………… 2
E-COMMUNICATION & THE FACC……………….. 5
Tapawingo National Golf Club Watch for registration information!
MEMBERS SUPPORT MEMBERS………. …….10
Laura Roth Manager Business Excellence & Strategic Transformation
What makes the Fenton Chamber so great?
Absolutely, positively, hands-down, without a doubt - it’s the people! Everyone has a genuine interest in seeing others succeed; the comradery & collaboration is incredible. ►
Favorite aspect of the Fenton Chamber:
I love all of the networking opportunities! I’ve been a resident of Fenton my entire life, so truly engaging in the community that my family and I belong to, has been amazing ►
Favorite Quote/Saying: “You can never be overdressed or
overeducated.” -Oscar Wilde ►
Favorite Movie: The Life of David Gale
Some of your hobbies and/or interests:
I love watching Mizzou Football and St. Louis Cardinals baseball! ►
Two things we may not know about you:
- I have no idea how to ride a bike - I’m a terrifying driver, but I’ve never caused an accident or gotten even a parking ticket.
SSM Health St. Clare Hospital
St. Anthony’s Medical Center & Fenton Urgent Care
2016 Board of Directors OFFICERS
Board Member Spotlight: Laura Roth
FACC E-Communication / Ribbon Cuttings
2016 FACC Scholarship Recipients
Article by Jim Curran, Electrical Connection
PRESIDENT Lori St. Clair - On Target For Profitable Growth 1st Vice President Paul Carcagno - Fortune Insurance 2nd Vice President SERVPRO of Fenton/South Ballwin 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
Overtime Rule Change Affecting Payroll
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 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
Jeannie Braun Kelly O’Daniel Angie Kavanaugh Betty Rottler
Grand Rental Station
SSM Health to Operate Retail Clinics at 27 St. Louis Area Walgreens Locations Walgreens and SSM Health have signed an agreement to expand their relationship, through which SSM Health will own and operate the clinical practice and management of operations of 27 retail health clinics within Walgreens stores across St. Louis, including four clinics in Illinois. The clinics will transition to SSM Health this fall, at which time the clinics will become an extension of the SSM Health Medical Group. Upon transition, the sites will be renamed SSM Health Express Clinic at Walgreens. Walgreens will continue to manage the existing Walgreens Healthcare Clinics in these locations until that time. SSM Health Express Clinic at Walgreens give consumers improved access to the compassionate, high-quality care provided by SSM Health. “This collaboration is an important step in SSM Health’s commitment to improving the health of our community,” said James Bleicher, MD, regional president of the SSM Health Medical Group, ambulatory services in St. Louis. “By combining the convenience of Walgreens locations with the personalized care and expertise of SSM Health Medical Group, we will provide a seamless health care experience for our patients. This means care that is truly integrated whether you visit an SSM Health physician, hospital, urgent care or Express Clinic at Walgreens.”
As part of the agreement, Walgreens & SSM Health will form a joint council to share best practices, experiences that improve patient care, quality and satisfaction while reducing health care costs. “Today’s announcement is yet another example of how providers can work together to help improve population health while helping to ensure a continuum of care for patients in the community,” said Pat Carroll, MD, chief medical officer for Walgreens Healthcare Clinics. “This also demonstrates the value of deeper health system collaborations which can facilitate transition of retail health clinics from urgent, episodic care to coordinated care.” Walgreens is a provider of pharmacy services for SSM Health patients and employees and the two organizations will explore opportunities to integrate other Walgreens services as part of the broader collaboration. SSM Health Express Clinics at Walgreens will operate seven days a week, including evenings, which gives patients the option to access a variety of health care services without an appointment.
The information in this article was taken from an April 18th press release, published by Walgreens.
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E-News Sponsorship ($50) Sponsor an edition of the FACC’s bi-weekly e-news which includes a prominent 5” x 7” advertisement plus sponsor name in the title.
E-Blast Sponsorship ($75)
Clarkson Eyecare Remodel Celebration Thursday, June 2nd @ 12pm 699B Gravois Bluffs Blvd. | Fenton MO
Weis Comfort Systems Thursday, June 9th @ 3pm 1591 Fenpark Drive | Fenton MO
Join us and show your support for fellow Chamber Members!
The Fenton Chamber will send out a full-page flyer (8.5” x 11”) to its e-mail list (approx. 600 e-mails) on your behalf.
Special Edition Coupon E-Blasts ($25) Watch for advertising opportunities associated with holidays, seasons, etc. in order to promote your business. For $25, your coupon is featured on the e-blast (sent to approx. 600 emails), placed on the FACC’s Coupons/Offers website page and shared via social media accounts (Facebook/Twitter).
Jim Butler Chevrolet
Construction Impacts of Route 141 at I-44 Design-Build Project Construction impacts from this project are expected to be fairly limited. Most of the work on Route 141 will take place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. or between 6 p.m. and 5 a.m. The work on the north outer road portions of the project will experience the most impact to traffic, but this will not significantly impact traffic on Rte. 141 or I-44. There are two closures on the outer road, each for three months, which will require a detour.
Administrative Assistant, Betty Rottler, recently celebrated 7 Years with the FACC Betty is an important piece of the Chamber Staff (and yes, sometimes the glue that holds us all together) so join us in thanking her for all that she does at the Chamber Office and at all of our events! Happy Anniversary, Betty!
MoDOT anticipates that the connection to the north outer road west of Route 141 will be closed between January and March 2017. The connection to the north outer road east of Route 141 will be closed between March and June 2017. Project completion expected July 2018. June 2016 - Construction begins January—March 2017 - Northbound Rte. 141
connection to North Outer Road closed March—June 2017 - Southbound Rte. 141 connection to North Outer Road closed March 2017 - Relocate Park and Ride Spring 2017 - Switch traffic to thru-turns August 2017 - Vance intersection complete June 2018 - Interchange Completion
Express Employment Professionals—St. Louis South
Congratulations, 2016 Scholarship Recipients! Each year, the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce awards scholarships to graduating high school seniors who reside in the 63026 zip code and plan to attend a college, university, technical or trade school. Since 1987, the Fenton Chamber has awarded more than $260,000 in scholarship funds to local high school seniors. This year’s recipients are: From Rockwood Summit High School: Joel Crumrine, Taylor Dedic, Kayla Drake, Shannon Griffin, Austin Henry, Abigail Phillips, Kevin Schmidt, Jack Welker; From Northwest High School: Katherine Meyer; from Ursuline Academy: Caroline Adams; From Cor Jesu Academy: Gabrielle Picard; and from Lindbergh High School: Natalie Schodl.
MODOT MAKES 3-WAY STOP ON RIVER ROAD Missouri Department of Transportation has added stop signs to a section of the I-44 outer road in Fenton. The department installed signs in both directions to Yarnell Road (aka River Road) at the intersection with Rudder Road. This change is due to the history of crashes at the intersection and the sight distance along Yarnell Road. For more information, contact MoDOT Customer Service: (314) 275-1500 or www.modot.org/stlouis.
Scholarship recipients will be recognized at July’s Membership Luncheon on Wed. July 6th at Andre’s West—211 South Old Highway 141—at which we will present them with their awards. Please join us at this special luncheon, along with the high school seniors and their families, to recognize the outstanding achievements of these scholars.
LEAVE “BUFFER TIME” IN BETWEEN TASKS When we rush from task to task, it can be difficult to appreciate what we’re doing and to stay focused and motivated. Allowing ourselves down-time between tasks can be a breath of fresh air for our brains. While taking a break, go for a short walk, or do a mind-clearing exercise.
State Farm Insurance/Marty Wilder Agency
Energizing STEM Education and American Ingenuity Article in St. Louis Business Journal - Written by: Jim Curran, Electrical Connection Each year, hundreds apply to IBEW/NECA Electrical Industry Training Center, but a growing number fail to earn acceptance into the program due to deficiencies in STEM subjects – science, technology, engineering and math. Ten years ago, about five percent failed to meet our qualifications. Today, it’s 15 percent. That’s alarming because the projects we complete today are becoming more complex.
Local One and the St. Louis Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA). So, it’s easy to understand why the IBEW/NECA has tasked its Electrical Connection labor-management partnership to help schools and civic organizations energize STEM education. For more than seven years, the Electrical Connection has engaged more than 9,000 students in how STEM subjects translate into electrical careers.
Just take a look at IKEA, for example. It is not just a retail store. It’s a retail store with Missouri’s largest rooftop solar array, with 4,085 solar panels, enough to power 169 homes. It is a store lit with 100 percent energy-saving LEDs and infused with automation to efficiently operate lighting and environmental controls. Nearby, Shriners Hospital contains specialized health care infrastructure including voice, data, nurse call systems, access control, security, television, fire alarms and wireless access. Data center cabling has become extraordinarily specialized to increase transmission speed. The newly-expanded GM plant in Wentzville relies on intricate process controls to operate advanced robotics in auto manufacturing.
Nowhere was this more evident than at this year’s Partners for Progress of Greater St. Charles STEM recognition breakfast, honoring 18 high achievers in STEM education in St. Charles County high schools. The program united the engineering ingenuity at the GM Wentzville plant with the high level of electrical skills required to power and integrate its manufacturing operations. Just a week later, the Electrical Connection was one of the key sponsors of the three-day St. Louis FIRST Robotics regional competition at Chaifetz Arena.
All of these projects were delivered by members of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
Edward Jones—Sean C. King
The Electrical Connection’s support of STEM not only cultivates workforce development, but idea generation that is the foundation of a robust entrepreneurial future for St. Louis and Missouri. It is every bit as important to nurture the ideas that our IBEW/NECA workforce will ultimately build.
Westside Personnel Services
Last fall at a Fenton Chamber luncheon, Circle of Concern Executive Director, Cyndi Miller, and, owner of Organization In Bloom, Terry Capehart, made an important connection. Terry explained that her St. Louis Chapter of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) would like to donate time to help Circle of Concern with any organizing that they might need. Cyndi, of course, agreed and a date was set! Armed with containers in hand, Terry and six others helped at Circle of Concern, in the kitchen, mail, supply and multipurpose rooms, making them neat and orderly. Terry noted that many of the volunteers who stopped by were happy to see improvements and loved the labels!
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The ladies from NAPO were amazing to work with. They were super efficient, working independently throughout the day, but quietly checking in with us on various projects to get our feedback, too. Our mailroom, kitchen and all-purpose rooms are now beautifully organized and labeled, ensuring that we can quickly find what weâ€™re looking for; maintaining order will be as simple as reading the labeled shelves and putting items in their appropriate places. What a blessing to our staff and volunteers! Cyndi
Edward Jones-Dale E. Roethemeyer Partner Club
Vogel Heating & Cooling
Could your business benefit from exposure to new homeowners in the Fenton area?
YOU’RE IN LUCK We’ve got an opportunity for you! Each quarter, the Fenton Chamber assembles approx. 200 welcome packets to direct-mail to new homeowners in Fenton, High Ridge, Sunset Hills & Valley Park.
MOVIN’ ON UP! The Fenton Chamber was recently placed at #12 on the annual “Top Chambers” list, featured in St. Louis Business Journal. To put this in perspective, last year we were placed at #14 and the year prior to that we were at #13! Thank you to all of our amazing members for our continued success and prosperity… without you, there is no FACC!!!
$50 - 200 Half-Page Flyers $75 - 200 Full-Page Flyers Register with the Fenton Chamber prior to the posted date and drop off flyers to the Chamber Office on or before that date.
American Eagle Credit Union
Coughlin, Donovan, Niehaus & Scherle, P.C.
“Members of the Fenton Chamber want to know about YOUR business so that they can refer you to their customers, contacts and colleagues!” - Thad James SAMMY J Balloon Creations
SERVPRO of Fenton/South Ballwin
Martin-Jetco Heating & Air Conditioning
Small Business Owners Not Aware of New Federal Overtime Rules, Impact on Payroll U.S. Department of Labor is expected to release a new overtime rule in May that could have a big impact on small business payrolls. The pending FLSA (Fair Labor Standards Act) update will raise the annual salary floor for overtime-exempt, salaried employees from $23,660 to $48,000 or above (the final figure is expected in May).
“This is an area where the exposure can be great, even if you only have a few employees,” Kirila warned. Federal wage and hour laws apply to all employers with more than $500,000 gross annual sales.
That means small companies with salaried employees like assistant managers or office administrators face a tough choice: Meet the higher minimum salary, or switch certain employees to hourly pay with overtime. Employers will have 30, possibly 60, days after the rule change takes effect to comply. These rules will likely surprise small employers, most of whom report a lack of clarity around overtime regulations in general.
“The revenue amount is so low that you might as well assume that you’re covered [by the rules] if you have one employee,” Kirila said. Your risk of audit goes up with the number of staff members that you employ.
In a new Manta poll, 51% of small business owners said they didn’t know whether their salaried employees were exempt from overtime pay under current federal rules. Fifty-two percent said they were unaware of the pending changes to overtime regulations. Among respondents, 44% said they employ both hourly and salaried staff. Small businesses that pay managers or administrative staff a salary (with no overtime) will likely see a jump in payroll when the rule change goes into effect, said Jill Kirila, partner and employment law attorney. Current weekly minimum for salaried, overtime-exempt employees is $455; that will increase to $921 per week for most fulltime salaried workers when the rule changes. Unfortunately, “regulations that help determine whether an employee is exempt or not is a big code, like the tax code,” Kirila said. “This is where lots of employers have issues, because the regulations are still pretty old and don’t speak to the modern workforce.” Small employers may misclassify employees as exempt just because they receive a salary and perform nonmanual work. For example, many employers believe secretaries, assistant managers and other admin pros are exempt from overtime pay because of the “white collar” nature of their work, but those positions often fail to meet overtime exemption standards set by the Dept. of Labor.
Employers audited by the Dept. of Labor will have to pay back-pay if they are found in violation. Employers who are sued by disgruntled employees have to pay back-pay and the employee’s attorney fees if they lose in court. “That’s where the real teeth are for a small employer. Even one of these suits can far exceed the back-pay,” Kirila said. When companies grow to 15+ employees, Kirila said that it is crucial to have good policies in place for correctly classifying employees as ineligible or eligible for overtime pay. “As you grow, it will become more complicated. The sooner you can have great wage and hour policies in place, the better.” Small businesses can reduce their risk by taking at least one of the following steps to ensure they are compliant: ► Check the status of salaried employees in the FLSA Overtime Security Advisor on Dept. of Labor website. This portal will walk you through tests for different types of employees—administrative, outside sales, professionals—to check on their overtime status. ► Conduct an audit. Kirila’s firm, Squire Patton Boggs, conducts employee audits in order to identify wage and hour issues. ► If you’re a growing company or already have 15+ employees, you may want to retain a labor and employment lawyer to steer you through complex FLSA wage and overtime regulations.
Chemistry Multimedia, LLC
UniQue Ideas ‘N More
A Message From…
Mayor Polizzi City of Fenton Dear Chamber Members, Since my last column, we received the news that Linda McLaughlin’s body had been found, nearly a year after her disappearance. She, although not a member of the FACC, was a business owner in the City of Fenton. While the ending is a sad one, I hope her family, friends, and acquaintances find solace in the fact that she has been found, and they can now start the healing process. Some good news! At the Planning & Zoning meeting on May 3rd, the construction of the first building on the former Chrysler site – now known as “Fenton Logistics Park” - was approved. The building is more than 150,000 square feet. While it has no tenant yet, progress is being made! Each Tuesday in May and June, I am “Tracking the Trails” in Fenton! It is a short, low-impact walk, and will last approximately one hour. On June 7th, we will be “Tracking the Trails” with Mayor Mike AND the Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce! We will meet at 5:30pm at the small parking lot under Highway 30 on Larkin Williams Road, and will return about forty-five minutes later to the nearby pavilion for light refreshments provided by ABF Security. There will be an invitation on the FACC website where you may sign up. Hope to see you there!
Mayor Mike Registration for this event is available via the Fenton Chamber website at fentonmochamber.com or call the Chamber Office at 636-717-0200! Committed Member
Edward Jones—Tim Weber
SAMMY J Balloon Creations
Congratulations to all Fenton Chamber Members who benefited from May 3rd’s GiveSTL Day, a community-wide online fundraising event! And thank you to those who supported these efforts!
Thank you to Brown Mackie College for sponsoring the April Luncheon and to those in attendance from the college!
Congratulations to Rockwood School District as they were one of just four school districts to be designated as "National Schools of Character" byCharacter.org! The list of 68 schools included two in Fenton: Bowles Elementary & Uthoff Valley Elementary! Thank you to all involved!
Thank you to our guest speaker at the May luncheon, Karen Yeomans w/ MoDOT St. Louis, who gave important and detailed information regarding the Rte. 141/I-44 project.
Accounting Solutions Group of St. Louis is excited and proud to announce that they have moved to a new location - 3390 Tree Court Industrial Blvd. This is great news! We’d love to do a Ribbon Cutting! Blue Chip Pest Services was awarded with the West County Rotary Club's Business of the Year! AND, Blue Chip's very own founder, Scott Phillips, received the award for Businessman of the Year! SSM Health St. Clare Hospital was one of just 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.
Thank you to May Luncheon sponsor, SAMMY J Balloon Creations - you went above and beyond and blew everyone away with your decorations!
Thank you to our special guest, Geoffrey Butz, who spoke at the May Luncheon about his experience working at SSM Health St. Clare Hospital and living with Down Syndrome. Thank you to everyone who participated in the special e-blast for Mother’s Day: UniQue Ideas N More, Z Total Body, The Corner Butcher, Bi-State Landscape Supply, Mary Kay Cosmetics - Mary Tinsley, Head to Toe Studio and The Jewelry Connection! Thank you to everyone who donated a door prize at the April Luncheon: C&B Lift Truck Services, UniQue Ideas ‘N More, HealthMarkets - Jeff Wolf, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Jewelry Connection and Embroidery Town! Thank you to everyone who has continued to volunteer their valuable time to help with the “Membership Blitz”, delivering new member plaques to Chamber Members! Thank you to all Chamber Members who have signed up to participate in some way at this year’s Business & Community Fair - with your support, we are able to continually put on a successful event! We’ll see you on June 1st!!! Thank you to everyone who donated to support fellow FACC Members during GiveSTL Day on May 3rd!
Thinking of You The Calloway Family with the recent passing of Keith Calloway, husband of Kay and father of Adam, owners of long-time Chamber Member Calloway Insurance. Linda Marshall of Mutual of Omaha who recently lost her brother, Steve Witte. Please keep Linda and her family in your thoughts during this difficult time. Committed Member
On Target For Profitable Growth
Connect Over Coffee at Brown Mackie
Mary Jauer - EXIT Elite Realty
Junk King - St. Louis
Farmers Insurance - Sparks Agency
Chamber Events *
► Tuesday, June 7th—”Tracking the Trails” with City of Fenton Mayor, Mike Polizzi—5:30PM-6:30PM
Fenton Chamber Members are invited to join Mayor Mike Polizzi to visit one portion of the many trails within the City of Fenton trail system. This short, low-impact walk, and will last approximately one hour. Get to know Mayor Mike, learn some Fenton History and enjoy the scenery of our beautiful area parks. We will meet at 5:30pm at the small parking lot under Highway 30 on Larkin Williams Road, and will return about forty-five minutes later to the nearby pavilion for light refreshments provided by ABF Security
► Thursday, June 9th—Ribbon Cutting at Weis Comfort Systems (new location)—3:00PM-4:00PM
Celebrate the new location and offices of Weis Comfort Systems with a Ribbon Cutting! Join Fenton Chamber staff, fellow Chamber Members and Weis Comfort owners and staff for this exciting occasion! Come out and show your support!
► Wednesday, June 8th* (second Wed.)—June Membership Luncheon at Andre’s West—11:00AM-1:00PM
Tim Hayden, Director of St. Louis University Center for Entrepreneurship, will be our guest speaker for this month's luncheon. Tim also founded The Stadia Group which provides strategic insight and advice to a broad range of clients, from private and Fortune 50 companies to sports teams and sponsors. Watch for more information on the topic for this program. Lunch Sponsor: Sunnyhill, Inc. Cost: $20 Members; $25 Non-Members… Registrations made after Friday, June 3rd (including walk-ins) will be charged a $5 late fee.
► Thursday, June 23rd—CHAMBER 101: Get the Most Out of Membership at Chamber Office—8:00AM-9:00AM
Are you a new member of the Fenton Chamber? A new contact for an existing member? Not yet a member and wanting to learn more? Find out all that the Fenton Chamber has to offer its members, including programs, opportunities and events for 2016. Think you know all that the Chamber has to offer? THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU!!! There is no charge to attend! Coffee, pastries provided.
► Friday, June 24th—Connect Over Coffee Breakfast Networking at Jim Butler Chevrolet—8:00AM-9:00AM
Join your fellow Chamber Members and Jim Butler Chevrolet staff members for coffee and networking! Check out their newlyrenovated showroom area and learn about the newest cars and technology that Jim Butler has to offer! Hope to see you there!!!
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. Nothing Bundt Cakes - Chesterfield
Melaleuca - Nancy Jones
159 Lamp & Lantern Village Town & Country, MO 63017 Phone: 636-220-6087 www.nothingbundtcakes.com
Fenton, MO 63026 Phone: 314-791-3419 Nancy Jones, Direct Sales Rep www.melaleuca.com
Ryan Fico - State Farm Agency
REMAX Results - Kirk McCullen
926 Brookwood Center Fenton, MO 63026 Phone: 502-693-8675 Contact: Ryan Fico www.ficoinsuresfenton.com
St. Louis, MO 63116 Phone: 314-583-1917 Contact: Kirk McCullen kirkmccullen.com
Andoro & Sons Pizza 701 E. Pearce Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385 Phone: 636-332-9005 Contact: Ryan McGrath www.andoropizza.com
AAA - Glen Bettale 9005 Watson Road St. Louis, MO 63126 Phone: 314-488-9013 Contact: Glen Bettale www.aaa.com
Join us in welcoming our new Fenton Chamber members! Pictured (left to right): Lori St. Clair - On Target For Profitable Growth / FACC Board President; Jennifer Diffley - The Corner Butcher by Maxâ€™s; Dan Kane - Mgr, WalgreensGravois Bluffs; Christina Bresnan - Mgr, Walgreens-Bowles Avenue; Nancy Jones Melaleuca; Glen Bettale - AAA Missouri; Mesi Gebremichael - Alphagraphics St. Louis; Kurt Schumer - DDI Media; Jeannie Braun - FACC Executive Director; Eric Butler Trophy Territories; Mary Jauer - EXIT Elite Realty / FACC Board Member
Nolan Office Interiors
Verve Design Studio (formerly Rataj-Krueger)
Karen THE Connector
Thank You for Renewing! Advanced Technology Consultants ∙ Allstate - Kuhn Agency Alphagraphics St. Louis ∙ AVON Beauty Center at Gravois Bluffs Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Alliance Real Estate Crowe Technologies, Inc. ∙ Derma Sciences, Inc. ∙ Dryclean 1-2-3 Freedom Chiropractic ∙ Graphics Factory ∙ Hey Lottie Holiday Inn Express ∙ IHOP ∙ Liquid Spirits ∙ The Little Gym of Fenton Mercy Clinic Heart & Vascular ∙ Office Furniture Resources Special School District ∙ Tosti’s Transmission Waterproof Solutions ∙ Xtreme Tactical Defense St. Louis
AXIUS Financial - David Adams ∙ Karen THE Connector
HealthMarkets Insurance - Jeffrey Wolf
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Membership Luncheon Wednesday, June 8th*
Get the Most Out of Your Membership! Thursday, June 23rd
11:00am check-in, 11:30am start
Andreâ€™s West Banquet Center
211 S. Old Highway 141 | Fenton MO
1400 South Highway Drive Suite 99, Fenton MO 63099
Tim Hayden, Director of St. Louis University Center for Entrepreneurship, will be our guest speaker for this month's luncheon. Tim also founded The Stadia Group which provides strategic insight and advice to a broad range of clients, from private and Fortune 50 companies to sports teams and sponsors. Watch for more.
Are you a new member of the Chamber? New contact for an existing member? Not yet a member and wanting to learn more? Find out all that the Fenton Chamber has to offer, including programs, opportunities and events! Think you know all that the Chamber has to offer? THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU!!! Coffee/pastries provided
$20 members; $25 guests
This event is complimentary.
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.