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President’s Message................. 2 Executive Director's Message... 2 Calendar of Events..................... 3 Business Resiliency Planning Informational Session................ 4 Local BBQ Aficionados and Pros Compete to be the Top Pit Masters............... 5 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rescue?.............................. 7 Ensure the Continuity of Your Business with a Business Succession Plan........ 9 Ambassador Spotlight............. 12 Business is Booming............... 13 Kidwiler Scholarship Thank You's.............................. 13 South Sound BBQ Festival Thank You's................ 14

On the Cover

Top Left: BBQ Festival 2016 Bottom Left: Grand Opening at Planet Fitness Top Right: August Business of the Month, The Tailgate BBQ Bottom Right: Grace Kendall, owner of FASTSIGNS of Olympia - Lacey

Thank You to our Forum Sponsors

Think Chamber First Miss Moffett’s Mystical Cupcakes went to PugetSound2Go for quick delivery services. Hometown Property Management went to Phone Master for new business phone system. The Tailgate BBQ went to Rouse Eye Care for emergency care! Arvilla Moore went to A Steve's Professional Truck Mounted Steam Cleaning.

North Thurston Public Schools went to D Zines to create compassion coins. Shootout to Forrey’s Forza for providing discount drink coupons to North Thurston Public School teachers. 94.5 Roxy thanked D Zines and the Gateway Rotary for all their hard work planning for the Brats, Brews & Bands event.

Board of Directors EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PRESIDENT:

Dan Nicholson, D Zines: Creative Solutions & Graphic Designs, 253-307-4903 PRESIDENT ELECT:

Martin McElliott, ThurstonTalk, 360-482-1671 VICE PRESIDENT:

Corinn Wohl, TwinStar Credit Union, 360-628-1092 SECRETARY:

Jill Lane, Funeral Alternatives, 360-491-2222 TREASURER:

Stewart Ridgeway, 360-790-3153 PAST PRESIDENT:

Madelin White, Merle Norman Cosmetics, Wigs, and Day Spa, 360-491-4911

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Prime Development Group went to FASTSIGNS for immediate signage!

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Graeme Sackrison

Lacey Community Events, 360-791-8376

Kimberly Bauman

Sound Advantage Realty, 360-528-1578

Jerry Wilkins

Van Dorm Reality, 360-451-5556

Grace Kendall

FASTSIGNS, 360-438-3800

Michael Steadman

Steadman Family Trust & Lacey City Council, 360-493-1484

Patrick Davidson Loanstar Home Lending, 360-561-0339 Bill Knight StraderHallett, PS, 360-456-2100 Jean Carr SCJ Alliance, 360-352-1465

John Grantham Budd Bay Promotions and Apparel, 360-709-0483


President’s Message Wow!... How time flies, It feels like just yesterday I was Elected President of the Lacey South Sound Chamber and now, here we are, with less than a month until the end of this wonderful experience. Throughout this year I have met some extraordinary people and I am truly honored to call many of them my friends. I have grown as a person and a business owner and owe much of my success to the experiences I've had and the people I've met. I have also had an opportunity to see this chamber grow in many ways. We are adding new programs, building amazing events and creating new ventures that will help this Chamber reach new heights for years to come. I am ecstatic that I have played an active role in these changes and look forward to a continued relationship with this Chamber as we strive to become the premier business resource of the South Sound. My time as Chamber President might almost be up, but my dedication to all its members and the people I've met will continue on. I invite each and every one of you to join me in creating lasting memories and lifelong friendships all the while building our community and making great ideas come to life. See you there! Dan Nicholson President

Executive Director’s Message The summer has flown by, and what a great summer it was! I think it is safe to say that Lacey has one of the best summers around. From beautiful weather to great events, it really is the place to be. I’m happy to tell you that Lacey Days and the South Sound BBQ Festival were a huge success! Not only were our events a success but, as many of you know, we also hired a new Event Coordinator this summer, Blaine Land. Many of you have already met and worked with her. You’ve seen what a great asset she is to the Chamber and our events! By now you’ve already heard about our move to 420 Golf Club Rd. We couldn’t be more thrilled about this change. With our new location being right between the City of Lacey and the Thurston Economic Development Council and near the new “Hub” of Lacey, I can guarantee our relationship and partnerships with them will only continue to grow and we will be an even better resource for you, our business community. I challenge each of you as we go into fall to reevaluate your Chamber involvement. What are you doing to get involved and market your business? If you don’t know how to answer this question, give me a call and we will sit down and find a way to make your investment in the Chamber more valuable! Sierra Roundy Executive Director

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Calendar OF Events October 3 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

4 | MILITARY AFFAIRS

November 1 | MILITARY AFFAIRS

Tues, 8:00 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

1 | LINC

Tues, 8:00 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

4 | LINC

2 | FORUM

Wed, 11:30 am | Saint Martin’s Worthington Center

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

5 | FORUM

Wed, 11:30 am | Saint Martin’s Worthington Center

7 | SOUTH SOUND FAMILY CONNECT Fri, 9:30 am | Chamber Office

10 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

11 | LINC

5 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

6 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

6 | MILITARY AFFAIRS

Tues, 8:00 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

7 | FORUM

4 | SOUTH SOUND FAMILY CONNECT

Wed, 11:30 am | Saint Martin’s Worthington Center

7 | LINC

9 | GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COUNCIL Fri, 11:30 am | Seventeen51 Restaurant and Bistro

Fri, 9:30 am | Chamber Office

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

8 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

9 | YOUNG PROFESSIONALS GROUP

14 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

15 | LINC

Wed, 4:00 pm | Location TBD

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

12 | YOUNG PROFESSIONALS GROUP Wed, 4:00 pm | Location TBD

11 | GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COUNCIL Fri, 11:30 am | Seventeen51 Restaurant and Bistro

Tues, 11:15 am | Chamber Office

14 | GOLDFINGER DINNER & AUCTION

14 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

Fri, 6:00 pm | Lacey Community Center

17 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

15 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

18 | LINC

15 | MEMBERSHIP ORIENTATION

18 | MEMBERSHIP ORIENTATION

16 | FINANCE COMMITTEE MTG

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey) Tues, 11:15 am | Chamber Office

19 | FINANCE COMMITTEE MTG Wed, 3:00 pm | Chamber Office

Tues, 11:15 am | Chamber Office Wed, 3:00 pm | Chamber Office

17 | BEDC

Thurs, 4:00 pm | Chamber Office

21 | LINC

15 | MEMBERSHIP ORIENTATION 16 | FINANCE COMMITTEE MTG Wed, 3:00 pm | Chamber Office

12 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

13 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

14 | YOUNG PROFESSIONALS GROUP Wed, 4:00 pm | Location TBD

15 | BEDC

Thurs, 4:00 pm | Chamber Office

19 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

20 | LINC

20 |BEDC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

24 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

22 | LINC

20 | MEMBERSHIP ORIENTATION

25 | LINC

23 | EXECUTIVE/COMPLETE BOARD MTGS

21 | FINANCE COMMITTEE MTG

Thurs, 4:00 pm | Chamber Office Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

Wed, 8:30 am / 9:00 am | Chamber Office

25 | AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE MTG

23 | EDUCATION COUNCIL MTG

Tues, 12:00 pm | Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

Wed, 4:00 pm | Thurston EDC

26 | EXECUTIVE/COMPLETE BOARD MTGS

24 | MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MTG

26 | EDUCATION COUNCIL MTG

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

27 | MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MTG

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

Thurs, 2:00 pm | Chamber Office

Wed, 8:30 am / 9:00 am | Chamber Office Wed, 4:00 pm | Thurston EDC

Thurs, 2:00 pm | Chamber Office

28 | LINC

29 | LINC

29 | AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE MTG Tues, 12:00 pm | Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

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Tues, 11:15 am | Chamber Office Wed, 3:00 pm | Chamber Office

22 | MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE MTG Thurs, 2:00 pm | Chamber Office

26 | LINC

Mon, 7:30 am | Hawks Prairie Restaurant

27 | LINC

Tues, 12:00 pm | Forrey’s Forza (Lacey)

27 | AMBASSADOR COMMITTEE MTG

Tues, 12:00 pm | Dirty Dave’s Pizza Parlor

28 | EXECUTIVE/COMPLETE BOARD MTGS

Wed, 8:30 am / 9:00 am | Chamber Office

28 | EDUCATION COUNCIL MTG Wed, 4:00 pm | Thurston EDC


Business Resiliency Planning Informational Session The City of Lacey, in partnership with the Lacey South Sound Chamber of Commerce and the Thurston Economic Development Council, invites you to a Business Resiliency Planning informational session on Tuesday, November 1 from 6p – 8:30p at the Thurston EDC’s Center for Business & Innovation at 4220 – 6th Avenue SE, Lacey. The topic for the evening will be Business Resiliency Planning: Emergency Preparedness.

IS YOUR BUSINESS RESILIENT?

How would your business handle a natural or man-made disaster, such as an earthquake or a vehicle hitting your building? Business resiliency is the ability to weather scenarios like these, with as little disruption to your business operations as possible. Come learn from the experts about what you can do to make your business more resilient and what resources you can access in the event of an emergency. • Learn what preparations the City of Lacey Economic Development Department has made to support businesses through emergencies • Find out how the City of Lacey Police Department responds to public safety concerns in the event of a major emergency

• Find out what kinds of resources are available to small businesses through the US Small Business Administration and the state of Washington • And find out how your business can capture new business in the aftermath of an emergency through government contracting opportunities The evening’s program includes a Q&A session with the experts, networking opportunities, and light refreshments. This informational session will be the first in a series the City of Lacey plans to hold for business owners, approximately three times a year. This event is no cost, but spaces will fill quickly; register today to secure your spot! form.jotform.com/thurstonedc/lacey-business-resiliency-summit

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Local BBQ Aficionados and Pros Compete to be the Top Pit Masters

The Annual South Sound BBQ Festival was a great success! Now in its sixth year, the event drew more than 14,000 people over the eight-hour festival. Families filled Huntamer Park to enjoy delicious food, live entertainment, and kid’s activities. Pro pitmasters from 10 local BBQ establishments had lines all day for their mouth-watering treats. The event also showcased a variety of vendors and Backyard Joe’s competitors who stayed up into the late hours of Friday night, tending to their barbecue pits and smokers to compete in Saturday’s festivities. Cooks put on their game face as the results of the BBQ competitions were announced by Jerry Farmer from ROXY Radio.

THE 2016 SOUTH SOUND BBQ WINNERS

BACKYARD JOE’S BBQ COOK-OFF COMPETITION: Local BBQ aficionados compete for awards and prizes in five categories: beef brisket, chicken thighs, pork ribs, seafood and an open category. WINNER: The grand champion of this year’s cook-off was four-year returner Alan Gruse! Gruse has been a strong competitor in the Backyard Joe’s Cook-Off and this year his beef brisket, baby back ribs and seafood blew away the judges. Congratulations Alan Gruse for taking home the Overall Barbecue CookOff award. RESERVED CHAMPION (SECOND PLACE OVERALL):

Brian Pillsbury

THIRD PLACE CHAMPION OVERALL:

Noel Ostrander

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD: The pros compete for the best BBQ item! WINNER: This year’s winner was The Tailgate BBQ. Owner and pit master, Chris Lester had rave reviews about his delicious pulled pork, let "R" rip beans and exquisite brisket. GOLDEN SPATULA AWARD: Media from around the region tasted the pro’s best item and selected the winner based on taste. The award was presented by the Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau. WINNER: This year’s winner was Humdinger BBQ. Tom Kirk, owner and pit master, took home the award in a landslide for his trip tip and beans.

As we recognize the cooks for their amazing talents, we must also recognize the sponsors (visit page 14 to see a list of sponsors), volunteers and 2016 South Sound BBQ Festival planning committee. The event was a success because the everyone came together to put on a fun-filled, barbecue extraordinaire festival. The Lacey South Sound Chamber created this fundraising event in hopes to help promote the best barbecue the South Sound has to offer, and each year the festival has surpassed the Chamber’s expectations. 5

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rescue? Can you guess what item by weight businesses in Thurston County throw away more of than anything else? Surprisingly, it is not plastic, or cardboard. Actually, it is food. Yes, food. One-fifth of the total weight of garbage from businesses and institutions in Thurston County is food. In 2014, close to 50 percent of that food, or nearly 5,000 tons, was edible at some point before it was discarded. That is a lot of food and a lot of money being thrown away and landfilled. Enter, Thurston Food Rescue. WHAT IS FOOD RESCUE?

First, food rescue is not dumpster diving or donating the food scrapings from a plate. Food rescue is a program that recovers surplus edible food from businesses, schools, government agencies, or any other food service entity in Thurston County to feed families in need. Federal and state laws, including the Good Samaritan Food Donation Act of Washington State (RCW 69.80.031), protects organizations from liability when they donate food they believe to be safe. A partnership between Thurston County Public Works and the Thurston County Food Bank began in 2012 assisting about a dozen restaurants and schools. Typical items in the food rescue program include packaged, frozen, raw, prepared, or even foods from a buffet line. In 2015 the program grew to include more than 50 businesses and schools, and rescued over 32 tons of different types of perishable foods to distribute to people in need. Thanks to a grant from Washington State Department of Ecology, Thurston County Public Works is

expanding the food rescue program by assisting six different non-profits to rescue more food. This expanded capacity will make it possible for them to collect more nutritious foods for their meal programs. Donating edible food instead of sending it to a landfill can help those in need and a business’ bottom line. The goal for this business-focused program is to reduce waste, maximize efficiency, and potentially decrease disposal costs, in turn saving money and time. SERVICES OFFERED BY THURSTON COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS’ SOLID WASTE DIVISION

Thurston County also offers assistance to any business regarding their waste reduction, recycling, or collection service needs. Thurston County Public Works frequently performs waste audits, assesses garbage or recycling collection service levels, and researches available disposal options for organizations. These services are not only available to private businesses, but are also available to schools, non-profits, state agencies, and other local government offices free of charge. Greg Gachowsky coordinates the business assistance programs for Thurston County Public Works which includes Thurston Food Rescue. If your organization would like assistance with waste reduction at work, contact Greg at Gachowg@co.thurston.wa.us or (360) 867-2281. For more information visit ThurstonSolidWaste.org/business.

Volunteers served rescued food during a meal program at the downtown Olympia location.

Volunteers and staff unload bread from a grocery store that will be served in the seniors’ meal program. 7

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Ensure the Continuity of Your Business with a Business Succession Plan A business succession plan can help with the orderly transition of ownership and management of a business in the event of the retirement, death or disability of one of the partners. Without proper planning, these situations can lead to an interruption or forced sale of the business. Business succession planning can ensure that the remaining partners have the funds necessary to buy the individual’s business interest, or that a potential buyer with the proper expertise is lined up ahead of time. The plan can set the price of each individual’s interest in the business. It can ensure that the money will be available to transfer ownership of this interest and to potentially provide the deceased partner’s family with the funds they need. Here are two popular plans to help with business succession:

BUY/SELL AGREEMENTS

The death or long-term disability of a business owner may lead to internal turmoil, customer erosion and disruption in revenue flow. A buy/sell agreement funded with life insurance may help prevent these problems from arising and potentially damaging your business. Most business owners implement one of two plans – the cross-purchase plan or the entity purchase or stock redemption plan. CROSS-PURCHASE PLAN – Each business owner

purchases a life insurance policy on each of the other owners. When an owner dies, the surviving owners use the death benefit to purchase the deceased owner’s share of the business.

ENTITY PURCHASE OR STOCK REDEMPTION PLAN – In an entity redemption plan between owner-

employees, each owner enters into an agreement with the business for the sale of their respective interests to the business. As a part of this agreement, the business will purchase separate life insurance contracts on the lives of the owners. The business will pay the premiums and will be the owner and beneficiary.

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When an owner-employee dies, his or her share of the company will pass to the heirs of his or her estate. The business may use the proceeds from the policy to purchase the interest from the estate. WHAT ABOUT A SOLE OWNER?

A One-Way Buy-Sell Arrangement is a type of a Buy-Sell Arrangement in which a valued employee, who may be a family member or a key person in the business, will purchase a life insurance policy on the life of the business owner. In this situation, because there is generally only one business owner and one designated successor, only one life insurance policy is needed to fund the arrangement. The valued employee, who may be a family member or a colleague, will also be the beneficiary of the life insurance policy.

KEY PERSON INSURANCE

Replacing a key person takes time and money − and could cost the business valuable clients during the transition. Key person life insurance offers a death benefit that can help cover financial losses that occur at the death of a key person. This helps assure continuity of the business for employees, customers and creditors. Other features of key person insurance: • The death benefit can be used to recruit and develop a replacement for the previous key employee • Coverage is a business asset that enhances your company’s creditworthiness for commercial borrowing • The policy’s cash value may be available to your business through a withdrawal or loan if needed Even if you already have a succession plan in place, it’s a good idea to have your plan reviewed periodically as the value of your business will likely change over time. Your business may qualify for a free business valuation and a succession plan review. For more information please contact Terry Cullinane, Great Life Planning. (206) 383-9984 or terry@greatlifeplanning.com


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Ambassador Spotlight DANE BAURSFELD What I love about being an ambassador is getting to serve the community I grew up in. It’s fun to get to know more intimately, the businesses that I have been supporting for years. My involvement with the chamber has helped bring name recognition to my business.  Since I work for a company that doesn’t invest heavily in national advertising, creating brand recognition is always a goal for me.  I have really enjoyed participating in the 5:01 surges. They have a “happy hour” feel to them and it creates an

environment that is much easier to meet new people. Personally, I love spending time with my family and being active in local youth activities. My kids are in 3rd and 1st grade at Woodland Elementary school. I have been an assistant high school football coach for many years in the Lacey area and recently, have become more active with the youth at our church.  This an amazing opportunity to become a mentor/role model for a young person at an age where their decisions start to have an impact on the rest of their lives.

ERICA PALKOVITZ

that the event is a primary fundraiser of the Kidwiler Scholarship Program. Being a part of the Lacey South I am a member of the Auction Sound Chamber has provided Committee and we would welcome me with multiple opportunities to some new committee members to volunteer at fun Chamber events and share in the planning of the event. meet great people! I am the Assistant I have been married for 27 years to Branch Manager with Columbia Bank and as an Ambassador for the my wonderful husband, Ron and have two sons, Tyler and Dalton Chamber I have had the privilege of who are in college. I am the third helping some Chamber members of eight kids and every few years, set up new checking accounts and the whole family gets together for car loans! I enjoy networking with a big family vacation.  We usually other chamber members and being rent three houses in Sunriver, an Ambassador keeps me more Oregon, but next year, all 40 of us involved with the organization and will be going to Lake Chelan for a community. week on the water. Heaven help My favorite event to volunteer at is our vacation neighbors. the Annual Dinner & Auction. I love

Ambassador of the Quarter

Mike Wolfe

Thank you for being an Ambassador for 20 years! Lacey South Sound Chamber | Thrive! Fall 2016

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Business is Booming! WELCOME NEW MEMBERS TO THE LACEY SOUTH SOUND CHAMBER! PRECISION TIME DIRECT

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222 Columbia St. Olympia, WA 98501 360-790-6541

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5065 50th CT SE Lacey, WA 98503 360-789-7627 www.fillrestaurants.com PUGETSOUND2GO

www.pugetsound2go.com 360-292-2150 MUSE; INSPIRED WEDDING & EVENT DESIGN

3810 150th Ave SW Tenino, WA 98589 www.musedezign.com CINTAS

631 Valley Ave NW Puyallup, WA 98371 253-592-2570 www.cintas.com AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY

1313 Broadway Suite 100 Tacoma, WA 98402 www.relayforlifeOfthurston.org 360-485-8995

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Kidwiler Scholarship Thank You's The Lacey South Sound Chamber would like to thank these member businesses who donated raffle prizes to benefit the Kidwiler Scholarship at the January-March forums:

Cabinets by Trivonna *A Brick of Gold Umpqua Bank Rainier Tickets Big Brothers Big Sisters Sammy Kershaw Concert Tickets HomesFirst *2 BBQ Bundle Baskets Saint Martin’s University Gift Bag with assortment of items Arvilla Moore Seahawks Necklace Lemon Bars FASTSIGNS 2 Regal Cinema Tickets Columbia Bank 2 Tickets to the Boot Scootin’ Auction Gateway Rotary Club 2 Tickets to Brats, Brews & Band South Sound Home Loans – Randy Luke $20 Gift Card to Starbucks Custom Security Commercial Fire Extinguisher * = additional donation of same item in another month


South Sound BBQ Festival Thank You's C A P I TA L S P O N S O R S

R AINIER SPONSORS

CASCADE SPONSORS Capital Medical Center The Toth Group

Hometown Property Management

Xerox

Party Troopers

KMAS

Duncan and Associates

South Sound Bank

Olympia Vision Clinic Cabela's

PUGE T SOUND SPONSORS TAGS Trophies Molina Health Care Virgil Adams Real Estate

U.S. Martial Arts Center Shanna Paxton Photography Earth Friendly Products

South Bay Press Sunbelt Rentals

A special thanks to Country Financial for sponsoring the mechanical bull! Lacey South Sound Chamber | Thrive! Fall 2016

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