FENTON FOCUS PRESENTED BY: FENTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WWW.FENTONMOCHAMBER.COM | 636-717-0200
The Fenton Chamber is excited to share that the “Explore Fenton” 2017 Lifestyle Magazines have arrived! As you may know, this new publication has replaced the annual Community Guide which had been printed for many years prior. The magazine aims to provide quick reference tools and information about living, working and playing in the Fenton area in addition to a categorical Fenton Chamber business directory. It includes: Attractions & Entertainment, Outdoors / Parks & Recreation, Lodging, Shopping, Restaurants, Helpful Numbers, Education Opportunities, Health Services, “Made in Fenton” Products and much more!
Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce
1400 South Highway Drive, Ste. 99 (Maritz) – Fenton MO
St. Louis County Library – Meramec Valley 625 New Smizer Mill Road – Fenton MO
Fenton City Hall
625 New Smizer Mill Road – Fenton MO
RiverChase of Fenton Recreation Center 990 Horan Drive – Fenton MO
MONDAY, AUGUST 21st
GOLF REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE NOW! Check out page 13 and the insert in this newsletter for a complete list of available opportunities!
REFLECTIVE POEM BY FAYE WHOBREY……….. 2
SOCIAL MEDIA ARTICLE: MYTHS V. REALITY ….... 7
“DRESS DOWN TO DRY OUT PARTICIPANTS... 12
The Day The Skies Opened Up by Faye Whobrey - LegalShield All night long, the rolling thunder boomed, Shaking the windows with its all its fury. So unlike the gentle springs of yesteryears. Incredible lightning flashes illuminated the darkened skies. Frightened animals scurried, as the torrents began. The burrows were flooding. Oh, where to go! The mother robin covering her hatchlings with her wings. So strong the rain and wind even the water fowl looked for safety. The downpour created little rivers as it ran down the hills, They in turn were rushing to meet the already flooded creeks. The rivers so high were beginning to flood Oh! Dear God! Remember your promise. The roaring rivers gave no mercy, Their rushing waters tore angrily at every crook and cranny. The banks could hold no more and began to crumble. Taking away the playgrounds of times not so long ago. Slow moving gentle creeks with mossy enticing banks no more, Alas, exposing remnants of generations past. An arrowhead, a pottery fragment washed down a furious stream, Their cherished resting place now only a distant memory. People stranded, roads covered with angry, rolling water, Kayaks, canoes, motor boats, replaced cars on the new waterways. Rising waters giving no heed to people’s frightened anguish, How to choose what precious memories to save! Neighbors, volunteers, all came together as one great army, Battling an enemy that showed no mercy. Evacuations of people, pets and even farm animals, Escaping horrible deadly waters by barely a breath. In time the loud thunder and flashing lightning no longer dominated the skies, The torrential rains becoming gentle drops as the fury diminished, Oh! My! The devastation so great, It will long be remembered: “The Day The Skies Opened Up!”
2017 Board of Directors OFFICERS
Poem by Faye Whobrey - LegalShield
Congratulations On Your Ribbon Cutting
Social Media Myths vs. Reality
Thank Your For Your Assistance
PRESIDENT Paul Carcagno - Fortune Insurance 1st Vice President Mary Jauer - EXIT Elite Realty 2nd Vice President Secretary Deb Fruend - Team Activities For Special Kids Treasurer Lori St. Clair - On Target For Profitable Growth
DIRECTORS Scott Borlinghaus - Fabick CAT David Burlis - Express Employment Professionals Dr. Nathan Free - Freedom Chiropractic Ginny Goede - The Jewelry Connection Ellis Hawkins - SSM Health St. Clare Hospital
Meramec Valley Bank Chairman Joins ICBA for Meeting with President Trump
Good News & Thank You’s
Upcoming Chamber Events
Welcome our Newest Members!
Laura Roth - UniGroup Rob Schneider - Leader Publications, Inc. Michele Van Tuyl - UniQue Ideas ‘N More Chuck Winkle - Maritz Jim Winslow, Jr. - Sky Zone - Fenton Immediate Past President Lori St. Clair
EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS St. Louis County Police Liaison Captain John Wheeler City of Fenton Liaisons Nikki Finkbiner Mayor Josh Voyles Chamber Attorney David Davis, Davis Law LLC
OFFICE STAFF Executive Director
Director of Communications
Events & Membership Administrative Assistant
Angie Kavanaugh Betty Rottler
PINNACLE CLUB| Fabick CAT • • • Grand Rental Station • • • Maritz • • • SSM Health - St. Clare Hospital
Community Colleges take on top issue facing Missouri businesses Missouri’s 12 community colleges recently established the Missouri Community College Workforce Development Network to address a long-standing challenge facing Missouri businesses—availability of a skilled workforce. The new network will tackle what groups like the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry and other economic developers have said for years, namely that the state’s workforce system needs to change in order for Missouri to compete with other states for job creation projects. “Economic development, more than anything, depends on a talented workforce,” Missouri Chamber of Commerce President Dan Mehan said. “No other issue is of more concern for businesses today. This network is the type of innovative solution Missouri needs to address workforce challenges. We are proud to stand with leaders of the state’s community colleges to help expand our workforce for employers and opportunities for workers no matter where they are located in Missouri.” The most significant change resulting from the creation of the network will be that through their local community college, businesses will have access to resources at every college in the state. “This will align our workforce development system directly with our economic development efforts,” MO Community College Chairman and East Central College President Dr. Jon Bauer said. “Our goal is to improve customer
service for businesses and help Missouri compete for job creation projects that too often go to other states.” Currently, procedural and geographic barriers prevent colleges from working outside of their mandated service areas. This means that if a business approaches a college with a specific training need, but that college doesn’t have expertise in that field, then the business may not be able to get the workforce training its employees need. “By breaking down these barriers and drawing upon our collective resources, each college is going to be able to play to its strengths,” Rob Dixon, Missouri Community College Association President said. “We will be able to serve businesses in every square inch of the state.” Making the most of resources is going to be incredibly important given the cuts that have been proposed for community colleges and workforce development. The FY18 budget being drafted by the legislature would cut workforce training by roughly 16 percent and community colleges by more than 9 percent. “We understand the difficult budget situation facing the state, and with this partnership, we hope to help grow the state’s economy in two ways,” Dixon said. “First, we want to help Missourians learn the skills they need to earn higher pay, and second, we hope to connect Missouri businesses with the workforce they need to grow and create jobs.”
PINNACLE CLUB| St. Anthony’s Medical Center & Fenton Urgent Care • • • PRESTIGE CLUB| Drury Inn - Fenton
Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting
JDOG Junk Removal & Hauling Contact: William Megl, Owner Phone: 314-882-5589 www.jdog.com Veteran Owned & Operated
| Residential & Commercial
Groundbreaking (New Location)
Central States Bus Sales Contact: Jeff Reitz, Owner Phone: 636-343-6050 www.centralstatesbus.com Bus Sales & Service
PRESTIGE CLUB| Drury Inn & Suites - St. Louis Southwest • • • Hampton Inn - St. Louis Southwest • • • His & Hers Construction, LLC
PRESTIGE CLUB| Jim Butler Chevrolet • • • On Target For Profitable Growth • • • Pear Tree Inn - Fenton • • • UniGroup
As social media marketers, we have a lot to learn and adapt to on a daily basis. With each new day, there are new trends and tactics for us to adopt or dismiss. How do we determine which way to go? With each new trend or tactic, there’s the chance it isn’t all it’s hyped up to be. The potential is there, but is it worth your time, effort, budget?
“Post on Facebook at 1pm on Wednesdays! Tweet every day at 11am! Don’t post on LinkedIn on the weekends!” All these recommendations for best times to publish on social media present a problem instead of the solution. The problem is: now everyone is going to think that they need to publish at those times. With everyone posting on Facebook at 1:00pm on Wednesdays, they’re all going to see their posts get lost amongst the overwhelming supply of content. Now that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram use algorithms to filter users’ feeds, it’s even more important that social marketers be strategic with their timing.
Do your own research to create a custom “best times to publish” document. Make one that fits with your own target audience and industry. A great idea is to add your research findings to your overall social media strategy and calendar. If you’re just getting started with a platform, you can use the standard recommendations in the beginning, but don’t rely on them for long. It’s important that you experiment with your own accounts to see what days and times work best for your brand. Use platform analytics and third-party tools to get more insight into what’s working and when. You will need to determine whether it was the content or the timing that worked. Once you have a good schedule set up, should you stick with it forever? No. As with everything, your audience, content, and the platform you’re on will all change. You will need to continuously adjust your schedule accordingly.
Too often, brands hop onto the latest trending hashtag just to receive significant backlash. Yes, there are standard daily trends like “#MotivationMonday.” These aren’t ones you have to be wary about. It’s the ones that cover current events that have the highest risk. Sometimes marketers will recommend participating in viral trends. Few may even recommend controversy. This isn’t a good idea for most businesses. You have a brand reputation at stake at the very minimum. At the worst, you also run the risk of sales damage. If you don’t need to post about a viral trend, you shouldn’t. If your target audience isn’t interested in seeing your opinion on a viral trend, don’t participate. If you know it holds no value for your business and its audience, you are better off focusing your efforts on other techniques.
Marketers often see backlash from participating in viral trends because they didn’t research the topic properly. This is a big mistake. Even if you heavily research what the topic is about, you also need to consider: Is this relevant to my business or industry? Is my target audience following this trend? Is this trend at all controversial? Will my contribution be inappropriate in any way? You’ll know which trends when you answer the above questions. You’ll know when to participate by following trends on Twitter and Facebook. You’ll want to hop on board before the trend gets old, but do your research first. You’ll know how because you’ll have established a social media strategy and great content team.
PACESETTER CLUB| cHb Advisors, LLC • • • Edward Jones - Sean C. King • • • Edward Jones - Dale E. Roethemeyer
Photo Credit: Lifechurch St. Louis
PACESETTER CLUB| Express Employment Professionals • • • Fortune • • • Jefferson College • • • Westside Personnel Services
Photo Credit: South County Times Newspaper
Photo Credit: South County Times Newspaper
PARTNER CLUB| American Eagle Credit Union • • • Commerce Bank - Fenton • • • Martin-Jetco Heating & Air Conditioning
GOOD NEWS Alliance Credit Union Awards Five College Scholarships
Visitors to the Fenton Chamber office, located inside the Maritz building, can now use the entrance off of Bowles Avenue at Horan Drive! The new road connects the upper parking lot to the lower (main) lot where the Visitors Parking is!
Alliance Credit Union awarded $1,000 to five Dennis J. Sommer Scholarship for Excellence in Education recipients at its 69th Annual Meeting. Scholarships recipients were selected on their ability to highlight, in an essay, how they would change their community in a positive way. The students’ academics, community involvement and financial need were also considered. Since its 1997 inception, Alliance's scholarship program has awarded more than $75,000 in scholarships to date. “It is inspiring to learn about the dedication, hard work, and volunteer efforts of these deserving students,” said Alliance CEO Tim Stephens. “We had many worthy applicants and we are proud to honor the winners at our Annual Meeting each year.” To be eligible, applicants must be Alliance Credit Union members (or the son/daughter/grandchild of an Alliance member), as well as either a full-time college student or a high school student that will be a full-time college student in the following year.
PARTNER CLUB| PNC Bank - Valley Park • • • Route 66 Promotions • • • SERVPRO of Fenton/South Ballwin
Chairman of Meramec Valley Bank Joins ICBA For Meeting with President Trump Bill Jones, Jr., Chairman of Meramec Valley Bank, joined more than 100 community bankers and the Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) this week for a meeting with President Donald Trump and other top administration officials at the White House as part of the 2017 ICBA Capital Summit. In the meeting with President Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, NEC Director Gary Cohn and Small Business Administration chief Linda McMahon, Trump said that the administration is focused on addressing regulatory burdens to help community banks lend to small businesses. “I was deeply honored to be invited to attend today’s historic meeting, where the president reiterated his support for community banking,” said Bill Jones, Jr. “Meramec Valley Bank is proud to be in Washington this week to advocate on behalf of our industry so we can continue to serve our community and be a powerful job creator and economic engine right here in West St. Louis County.” During the meeting community bankers presented President Trump with a “Make Community Banking
Great Again” red cap. In attendance at the meeting were community bankers from ICBA’s Executive Committee, board of directors, Federal Delegate Board, and policy committees. Over 1,000 community bankers are in Washington this week for ICBA’s Capital Summit to discuss the critical issues facing community banks and their communities, such as excessive regulatory burdens that affect their ability to serve their customers, make loans and create jobs. The industry’s solution to the regulatory burden problem—the ICBA’s Plan for Prosperity—is a pro-growth platform to eliminate onerous and unnecessary regulatory burdens that inhibit lending and innovation. The summit features meetings this week with policymakers, remarks from speakers such as Secretary Mnuchin and House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), and the firstever ICBA Future of Banking Symposium, which offers insights into the future of the rapidly changing community banking industry.
PARTNER CLUB| Vogel Heating & Cooling • • • COMMITTED CLUB| AUTCOhome Appliances • • • AXIUS Financial - David Adams
to everyone who participated in the “Dress Down to Dry Out” Flood Relief Fundraiser!
The International Companies
COMMITTED CLUB| Bott Radio Network - St. Louis • • • Carrollton Bank • • • Chemistry Multimedia, LLC
Monday, August 21st @ Tapawingo (the day of the Total Solar Eclipse) Since the Golf Tournament is on the same day as the Total Solar Eclipse, we have a plan for everyone in attendance to be able to view it in addition to many festive opportunities to get involved! Not a golfer? That’s ok! There’s an opportunity for everyone!
Beverage/Viewing Stations ($300) Patio/View Station Sponsor ($400) Cooler Sponsor ($100) Solar Eclipse T-Shirts ($10 / Sizes S-XXL) Fantasy Golf Scratcher Tickets Patio Guest for Solar Eclipse Viewing ($20) Includes: t-shirt, pretzel, viewing glasses, (2) beverage tickets
Check out the insert in this newsletter for a complete list of opportunities available at this year’s tournament!
COMMITTED CLUB| Farmers Insurance - Sparks Agency • • • HealthMarkets Insurance - Jeff Wolf • • • Karen THE Connector
April Luncheon | Sponsored by: SERVPRO of Fenton/South Ballwin
May Luncheon | Sponsored by: On Target For Profitable Growth
COMMITTED CLUB| Mary Jauer - EXIT Elite Realty • • • Midwest BankCentre - Fenton Branch
St. Luke’s Hospital received the Healthgrades 2017 Outstanding Patient Experience Award. This award places St. Luke’s among the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide based on an analysis of patient experience data. This is the seventh year in a row (2011-17) that they have received the award.
Thank you to April Luncheon sponsor, SERVPRO Fenton/ South Ballwin, and to May Luncheon Sponsor, On Target For Profitable Growth! Also, thank you to our speaker at the May Luncheon, Don Ficken with St. Louis Eclipse Task Force!
Congratulations are in order for Lee Williams of Bethesda Health Group as she welcomed the birth of a new grandbaby! Grant Contracting Company has been named a 2016 Safety Award Winner for their commitment to the overall workplace safety & health environment for their employees by American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council. Grant Contracting Company has been named a 2016 Safety Award Winner for their commitment to the overall workplace safety & health environment for their employees by American Subcontractors Association – Midwest Council.
Thank you to Apex Restoration & Construction for their donation of Cardinals tickets to give away as prizes at the themed April Luncheon! Thank you to Web Techniques, Inc. for donating their sponsor signage to the Fenton Chamber at the Summit Football Golf Tournament… we appreciate it! Thank you to everyone who participated/donated to the “Dress Down to Dry Out” Flood Relief Fundraiser (pg. 12)! The money raised will help your community and fellow Chamber Members recover from recent flooding. Thank you to David Adams of AXIUS Financial for putting on an informative Medicare seminar for our members! Thank you to the Scholarship Committee for your hard work in deciding on this year’s recipients. We continue to appreciate the time and effort you put into the process. Thank you to all of our Chamber Members who volunteer their time on a committee within the Fenton Chamber… we recognize your dedication to our programs and truly appreciate your support! Thank you all of our Chamber Members who continually support fellow members by attending Ribbon Cuttings, Open Houses, After Hours, Breakfast events, etc.!
We offer our sincere condolences to all Chamber Members who have suffered the loss of a loved one, including: Bron Launsby - SkyZone Fenton, Catherine Blasé & Camille Smallwood - The Studio Corner, Laura Roth - UniGroup, Travis Mayer & Cindy Liberman - Money Mailer STL, Jim Winslow Jr. - SkyZone Fenton. *** We apologize if we missed anyone on the list ***
COMMITTED CLUB| Rapp Payroll Solutions • • • SAMMY J Balloon Creations • • • State Farm Insurance - Ryan Fico Agency
Multi-Chamber After Hours at Grand Rental Station
Grand Rental Station
Kirkwood/Des Peres Chamber
COMMITTED CLUB| Stems by Stacy • • • UniQue Ideas ‘N More • • • Verve Design Studio
Upcoming Chamber Events
► Wednesday, June 28th—Small Business Success Group at FACC | Topic: FREE Data Resources—8:30AM - 9:30AM
1400 S. Highway Drive | Fenton—Topic: Using FREE Library Resources to Grow Your Business—The Small Business Success Group offers Educational Opportunities and Quality Networking for all of our Small Business Owners! These monthly one-hour meetings (4th Wednesday of month) focus on various topics, including: Websites, Social Media, Tax & Legal Issues, Profitable Growth, and more!
► Friday, June 30th—”Friday Frenzy” Breakfast at Have A Nice Kitchen in Olde Towne Fenton—8:30AM - 9:30AM
56 Western Plaza | Fenton—Join us for breakfast networking at Have A Nice Kitchen in Olde Towne Fenton as we kick off our first-ever "Friday Frenzy"! As part of the "Friday Frenzy", we then invite you to shop, dine or visit one of many fellow Chamber Members located in Olde Towne during this day. Chamber Members are no charge; Non-Members/Guests: $10
► Monday, July 3rd & Tuesday, July 4th—Chamber Office Closed All Day (Holiday) ► Wednesday, July 12th—Membership Luncheon at Andre’s West Banquet Center—11:00AM - 1:00PM
211 S. Old Highway 141 | Fenton—At this luncheon we will highlight our many Chamber Member non-profit organizations in the humanitarian sector! Find out who these organizations are, what they do in the community and ways to get involved! We will also get updates from both KP Development and Missouri Partnership. Sponsored by: Neighbors Credit Union
► Thursday, July 13th—CHAMBER 101: Get the Most Out of Membership at Chamber Office—8:00AM - 9:00AM
1400 S. Highway Drive | Fenton—Enjoy coffee and pastries while our team highlights the many benefits of Chamber membership, including tools and ways to maximize participation. You will leave the meeting with a better understanding about what the Chamber is, what we do, and how you can utilize opportunities offered by the Chamber to grow business and cultivate business relationships.
► Thursday, July 14th—Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening at Midwest Clearance Center (Fenton)—10:00AM - 11:00AM
1316 West Lark Industrial Drive | Fenton—Join us for another Ribbon Cutting event as we welcome one of our newest members to the Fenton Chamber and into the Fenton Community! Come out and show your support for a fellow Chamber Member; meet the staff at Midwest Clearance Center and find out all that they have to offer you… Let’s give them a big Fenton “Welcome”!
► Monday, July 17th—New Resident Mailing Flyers Due to Fenton Chamber Office by 4:00pm
1400 S. Highway Drive | Fenton—Get noticed by new residents! Each quarter, the Fenton Chamber sends out a "Welcome Packet" to new residents in the communities of Fenton, Valley Park, High Ridge and Sunset Hills. To participate, just drop off/mail in 200 halfpage flyers plus $50 payment or 200 full page flyers plus $75 payment to the Chamber Office by this date... It's really that simple!
INTERESTED IN BECOMING A PARTNERSHIP MEMBER??? CONTACT THE FENTON CHAMBER… CALL 636-717-0200!
Join us in welcoming our newest Chamber members by patronizing their businesses or referring their business. Chamber membership reflects business integrity and demonstrates a commitment to the community.
ABC Supply Company 2391 Cassens Drive | Fenton Phone: 636-326-6757 Contact: Bill Fleming www.abcsupply.com
APRIL LUNCHEON - NEW MEMBERS
Amp Up Action Park (Opening June 2017) 13901 Manchester Rd | Town & Country Phone: 314-439-8008 Contact: Brian Link www.ampupactionpark.com Referred by: Jim Winslow, Jr. - SkyZone
Bradford Systems Corporation 1735 Larkin Williams Rd | Fenton Phone: 636-343-1515 Contact: Lee Ann Fields www.bradfordsystems.com
Ideal Pediatrics 10007 Kennerly Rd, Ste. C | St. Louis Phone: 855-964-3325 Contact: Zoe Cangas www.idealpediatrics.com
(left to right): Jeannie Braun - FACC Executive Director; Zoe Cangas - Ideal Pediatrics; Angie Perkins & Lauren Schaeffer - His & Hers Construction; Mary Jauer - FACC Board, EXIT Elite Realty; Lori St. Clair (upgraded her Partnership level) - On Target For Profitable Growth; Paul Carcagno - FACC Board President, Fortune.
MAY LUNCHEON - NEW MEMBERS
Referred by: Scott Hussey - Hussey Eyecare
Precision Chiropractic 2952 Dougherty Ferry Rd | Valley Park Phone: 314-596-4070 Contact: Dr. Beth Bagley www.precisionchirostl.com
Sam’s Club #4741 (Interstate 44 & Big Bend) 10248 Big Bend Rd | Crestwood Phone: 314-965-7076 Contact: Peggy Schneider www.samsclub.com
(left to right): Mary Jauer - FACC Board Member, EXIT Elite Realty; Jeannie Braun - FACC Executive Director; Dr. Beth Bagley - Precision Chiropractic; Valerie Hibray - Verizon (Fenton); Lee Ann Fields - Bradford Systems; Beth Lucero - Tech Support, Inc.; Peggy Schneider Sam’s Club (Crestwood); Paul Carcagno - FACC Board President, Fortune Insurance.
Thank You for Renewing! All Clean Services, Inc. ∙ Allstate - Scott Combs Agency, LLC ∙ Alphagraphics St. Louis Arch Engraving + Stiern Laser ∙ AT&T Wireless Store ∙ AVON Beauty Center Gravois Bluffs Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices - Alliance Real Estate ∙ Body Balance Chiropractic Chiropractic Wellness Center St. Louis ∙ Coldwell Banker Gundaker - Sue Martin The Corner Butcher ∙ Coughlin, Donovan, Niehaus & Scherle, P.C. ∙ DEAF, Inc. ∙ DeCo-Dental DEKA Service ∙ Dryclean 1-2-3 ∙ Fenton Community Charitable Association ∙ Fenton Self Storage Freedom Chiropractic, LLC ∙ Grant Masonry Contracting ∙ Graphics Factory ∙ The Guys Hair Shop Holiday Inn Express ∙ House Rabbit Society of Missouri ∙ IHOP ∙ Imo’s Pizza (Fiedler Lane) Joe Boccardi’s Ristorante ∙ Kelly Services ∙ The Little Gym of Fenton ∙ Lohman Wrecker Service Melaleuca - Nancy Jones ∙ Mercy Heart & Vascular ∙ Mercy Corporate ∙ Neighbors Credit Union Our Savior Lutheran School ∙ Partners Financial Services, Inc. ∙ Penn Station East Cost Subs Ray’s Tree & Lawn, LLC ∙ Red Canoe Media ∙ SagePoint Financial ∙ Siebert Insurance Agency Special School District ∙ Spencer Auto Glass ∙ St. Louis Post-Dispatch ∙ U.S. Bank ∙ Victorian Sales Wal-Mart ∙ Wallpaper Paint & More ∙ Waterproof Solutions ∙ World Metal Buyers
Chemistry Multimedia | Commerce Bank | Fortune | Maritz | Martin-Jetco Heating & Air Conditioning On Target For Profitable Growth | SAMMY J Balloon Creations | State Farm - Ryan Fico Agency SSM Health St. Clare Hospital | Vogel Heating & Cooling
FENTONFOCUS Fenton Area Chamber of Commerce 1400 South Highway Drive, Suite 99 Fenton MO 63099 (636) 717-0200 (636) 717-0214 Fax www.fentonmochamber.com
Membership Luncheon Wednesday, July 12th
New Resident Mailing Due! Monday, July 17th
11:00am - 1:00pm
Flyers due to Chamber by 4:00pm
Andreâ€™s West Banquet Center
1400 South Highway Drive
211 S. Old Highway 141 | Fenton MO
Maritz Campus | Ste. 99 | Fenton, MO 63099
We â€˜ll highlight our many Chamber Member non-profit organizations in the humanitarian sector! Find out who they are, what they do and ways to get involved! We will also get updates from KP Development & Missouri Partnership. Registrations made after Friday, July 7th will be charged a $5 late fee per luncheon policy.
Get noticed by new residents to the Fenton and surrounding communities! Each quarter, the Fenton Chamber sends out a "Welcome Packet" to new residents to the area within the previous three months. To participate, drop off/mail in 200 half-page flyers plus $50 fee or 200 full-page flyers and $75 payment to Chamber Office!
$20 members; $25 guests
Cost: $50 / $75, Provide 200 flyers
Please RSVP for this event by calling 636.717.0200 or register & pay online.
Please direct your questions to the Chamber Office at (636) 717-0200.