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Pictured Above: 2013 Chair of the Board Bob Glaser congratulates New Member of the Year, Kirby Asplund - The Asplund Group, LLC.
2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Hall of Fame Inductees In 2006, the Chamber established an annual “Hall of Fame” Award. The criteria for this award includes being a member of the Lee’s Summit Chamber for a minimum of 10 years, showing continuous active involvement through financial and volunteer support and are respected throughout the community. Each recipient has had a significant positive impact and has consistently exemplified the philosophy, value and mission of the Chamber. The Chamber inducted three businesses for 2013. These businesses have been huge supporters of the Chamber over the years and have donated countless hours of time.
Reinhart Foodservice, formerly known as American Foodservice, have been members since 2002 and have been great Chamber supporters and partners for more than10 years. Reinhart staff has been through Leadership Lee’s Summit and very involved with Oktoberfest.The Chamber simply could not do without their additional in-kind donation of their refrigerated trucks!
Monica’s School of Dance Mike Coupe served as chair of the 2013 Oktoberfest committee– and has worked tirelessly on that event for at least 20 years. He has done everything from setting up the Community Stage to moving barricades to designing pins to building counter tops or shelves. Monica, has choregraphed for two years for Dancing with the Chamber Stars. Monica’s School of Dance won the Business of the Year award in 1997.
Steppin’ Out - The Studio Phyllis Balagna, owner of Steppin’ Out, has been involved in so many programs with the Chamber – the Education Committee, serving as chair in 2011 and helping with the Teacher of the Year awards and the Scholarship sub-committees. Dancing with the Chamber Stars was her dream and she made it a reality three years ago. Steppin’ Out won the Business of the Year award in 2011. Phyllis has also been actively engaged with Oktoberfest for many years.
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Bank of Lee’s Summit Chinnery, Evans & Nail, P.C. City of Lee’s Summit Dave Cross Motors Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street Gale Communities John Knox Village Kansas City Power & Light Karl Bertram, Attorney Lee’s Summit Animal Hospital Lee’s Summit Economic Development Council
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Lee’s Summit Journal Lee’s Summit Medical Center Lee’s Summit R-7 School District Metcalf Bank MCC - Longview New Age Graphics Paradise Park Saint Luke’s East Health System Truman Medical Center Lakewood Unity University of Central Missouri
Chamber Member Awards Each year at the Chamber’s Annual Gala, recognition is given to Chamber members who have donated much time and energy helping for the greater good of the chamber. These members attend as many events as possible, are always available when needed and include the Chamber as a part of their lives on a frequent basis. Awards presented at the 2014 Gala Include...
Steve Gouldsmith New Member of the Year
Bob Glaser Ambassador of the Year The Bob Glaser Ambassador of the Year is Lisa Pycior with Cartridge World. She was also the Chamber’s Volunteer of the Year in 2006 and remains one of the Chamber’s strongest advocates. She attends many chamber events and helps mentor new members. She also has served as emcee at ribbon cuttings and helps with Operation Thank You and the Chamber 101: Get Plugged In events. In 2014, she will serve as chair of the Ambassadors.
The Steve Gouldsmith New Member of the Year is Kirby Asplund with the Asplund Group. Kirby immediately jumped into chamber activities and attended many of the events we have. He has been an active member on the Education Committee. He was very involved with this past year’s Oktoberfest, spending countless hours at the festival organizing kids street and attends at many events.
Volunteer of the Year
Board Member of theYear
The 2013 Volunteer of the Year award goes to Nick Hadley with Commerce Bank. Hadley stepped in to chair the Membership Committee last year when another volunteer had to step back, and he will continue to chair the Membership Committee in 2014. Nick also worked hard on Oktoberfest assisting at the Main Stage and wherever he was needed. He has worked with the Golf Tournament for several years, and attends many events as well.
Bill Baird with the Baird Group has been awarded the Board Member of the Year Award. Baird has his team involved in many aspects of the Chamber and holds one of the best After Hours each year! He and his wife were dancers at the Chamber’s Dancing with the Chamber Stars in 2012 and winners of the Business of the Year Award in 2007. He has since served on the Chamber’s Res in Motus Task Force helping to select winners for many years.
Lifetime Membership Award This year the Chamber selected a duo, Bob and Marian Zajic, who have been long-time chamber members and also supporters for the Lee’s Summit community. They have been very involved with the Chamber’s Governmental Relations Committee and attend the annual trip to Jefferson City, have both completed Leadership Lee’s Summit, work hard on Oktoberfest and serve in many ways throughout the City. Bob and Marian have a real passion for Lee’s Summit and the Chamber was pleased to present them with a Lifetime Membership Award. page 3
Chairman’s Club Members In 2013 the Chamber Board of Directors established a new reward program for members. Called the “Chairman’s Club”, any Chamber member becomes eligible after recruiting a minimum of five new members each calendar year. Each of them, along with a spouse or significant other, was invited to a special dinner at the end of the year with the Chair of the Board and the Chamber President. “Continuing to grow the membership in our Chamber is what makes it so beneficial for everyone,” said Chair of the Board Bob Glaser. “We developed this program as a special thank you for our existing members that work hard to help grow our network.
Congratulations to the First Members of the Chairman’s Club... • John Beaudoin, Lee’s Summit Journal
• Lisa Pycior, Cartridge World - Lee’s Summit
• Bob Glaser, Summit Bank of Kansas City
• Mark Simmons, The Red Force Fire & Security
• Judy Pezzetti, Office Products Alliance
Pictures from the Gala - view more pics on the Chamber’s Facebook page!
Area Chamber Washington DC Fly-in
Join the regional chamber Washington DC Fly-In event to meet with our elected officials and Department representatives in Washington DC, April 6-8, 2014! The chambers of Lee's Summit, Blue Springs, Independence, Grandview, Raytown, and South Kansas City are joining forces for the third annual trip to DC. Last year's contingency had the opportunity to meet with the US Chamber representatives and members of our Congressional delegation to advocate for pro-business issues that affect small businesses. We hope you will join us in this important effort. A meeting will be scheduled prior to our trip to brief attendees to prioritize issues and discuss logistical aspects of the fly-in. To view a registration, form please contact Mark Dickey. We would encourage you to make your hotel reservations quickly, as a minimum number of rooms have been reserved. The website information is listed on the registration form; if you would like the link to our direct signup page, please let us know and we will send it to you. If you have any suggestions on key topics you would like to see addressed, please touch base with Mark Dickey at 816-524-2424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Chamber Committee Highlight - Governmental Relations The purpose of the Governmental Relations Committee is to communicate business issues, needs and concerns to government officials, establish policy statements and positions and provide the forum to proactively promote the interests of business. Governmental Relations Committee responsibilities include: • Act as liaison with membership to research and shape issues. • Establish priorities and provide information to develop position statements/white papers. • Organize and deliver informational programming to Committee members. The goals of the Governmental Relations Committee for 2014 are: • Strategically advance the Chamber’s 2014 Legislative Agenda and Legislative Priorities to achieve success through organized advocacy utilizing all available Chamber resources. • Oversee the Chamber’s Annual Legislative Day in Jefferson City. • Provide timely/relevant presentations that meet the interests of the membership and the committee. • Provide a venue for our elected officials to educate and inform the committee on important legislative issues consistent with the 2014 Legislative Agenda and priorities. • Expand the participation level within the committee ranks to ensure diverse representation from the business community, other important political entities and other regional/local relevant organizations. The Committee is chaired by Ken Stremming and meets the fourth Friday of each month at 7:30 a.m. at the John Knox Village Manhattan Room/Places Restaurant. All Chamber members are welcome to attend, but please RSVP so adequate seating is available.
2014 Legislative Priorities Defined HEALTH CARE Support funding for MOHealthNet that ensures the ongoing viability of all health care providers who provide care to the uninsured and underinsured Missourians and that MOHealthNet is structured to maximize all available resources outside Missouri general revenue, including federal matching dollars and Missouri’s FRA program. TRANSPORTATION Support a smart, sustainable long-term statewide transportation funding plan that enhances public safety and spurs economic activity. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Support a comprehensive economic development strategy that includes tax credit restructuring that incentivizes private investment, quality business development and job creation targeting: 1) data centers considering locating or expanding in the State of Missouri, 2) investments made by Angel Groups, 3) workforce training, and 4) that reforms Missouri’s Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. page 6
9-1-1 Support legislation that provides new funding mechanisms to support 911 Emergency Telephone Service. EDUCATION Support a remedy to the current unaccredited school district student transfer statute which includes an alternative approach to accreditation, earlier state intervention, and the assurance of in-district quality education opportunities for every Missouri public school student.
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Copies of the 2014 Legislative Priorities brochure, which detail the background, action needed and impact, may be picked up at the Chamber office or viewed online at LSchamber.com.
Ribbon Cutting Celebrations Wise Wealth, LLC
On January 16, Wise Wealth LLC celebrated a ribbon cutting at their new office, 300 SW Main Street. Wise Wealth LLC is committed to working alongside clients to build a solid financial future. Honesty, integrity, and the Golden Rule are at the core of how Wise Wealth operates. As an independent, fullservice Registered Investment Advisor firm, Wise Wealth does not represent any particular third-party company or specific financial product, and therefore acts solely in the client’s best interest.
School of Rock Lee’s Summit
School of Rock Lee’s Summit, 1121 NE Rice Road held their ribbon cutting on January 24. School of Rock believes the best way to learn music is to play music. They take students from the lesson room to the stage, developing both their confidence and musicianship with programs designed for all skill levels. They teach guitar, bass, vocals, keyboards, drums and combines weekly private music lessons and group band rehearsals.
Rhodes Insurance Agency 69 Chinnery Evans & Nail, P.C.-Chinnery 40 Shelter Insurance-Veasman 40 Lee’s Summit Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep 17 FedEx Office 14 Pycior + Co 14 Realty Trust Group 14 Rotary Club of Lee’s Summit 12 Bartlett & West 11 Health Care for Women-Hausheer, 10 Braby & Assoc On The Border 10 Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC-Cooper 10 Anytime Fitness 9 Culver’s of Lee’s Summit 9 Janet L. Sanders, Attorney 9 Henry’s Antiques, Collectibles 8 & Tea Room Morehead Agency, LLC 8 Rudroff Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. 8 Alpha Title 7 Community Blood Center 7 Continental Title Company 7 The Medicine Shoppe 7 Children’s Mercy Hospital East 6 Matt A. Niewald, D.D.S. 6 A Thyme For Everything 5 Double W Communications 5 Control Service Company Inc. 4 Fish Window Cleaning 4 The Horn Law Firm, P.C. 4 CE2L-Certified Energy/ 3 Environmental Labs City Scrap Metal, Inc. 3 Emerick & Company, CPA’s 3 Eskew’s Fine Jewelers - M-291 3 Fatboy Electric 3 Spencer & Spencer Pediatric Dentistry, 3 D.D.S., P.C. STS-Summit Technical Solutions, LLC 3 Bruce Stansberry CPA 2 Encore Staffing Services 2 Strikerz Entertainment Center 2 Summit Oak Apartments 2 Waddell & Reed—Manning 2 Wedding Expressions by Geri 2 Life Transformations Fitness 1 PepperJax Grill 1 PlanMyTournament.com 1 Raymond James Financial Services- 1 Schnelle RE/MAX Preferred-Beginnings KC Team 1 Sarpino’s Pizzeria 1 Spectrum Strategies LLC 1 Summit Pediatrics LLC 1 Ticket Boat, Inc. 1
Chamber Rolls out New Mentoring Program Think back to when you first joined the Chamber. For many members going to that first event can be a little intimidating as you walk into the room as a newbie. As a result, the Chamber's Membership Committee has developed a mentoring program to help our new members get acquainted with our great organization! Interested in serving as a mentor to a new member? Great, we'd love to have you! Each new member will be assigned a mentor based on who would be a like-minded individual, as well as benefit from the connection. Please contact Cathy Young, firstname.lastname@example.org, to get a copy of the Mentor Volunteer Form and review the expectations. A mentor training session has been planned for Tuesday, February 11 at 4 p.m. at the Chamber office. Would you like a mentor to help you get plugged in to the Chamber? Just email Cathy and she can help you out.
Young Professionals Host First Professional Development Luncheon
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The Chamber’s Young Professionals group hosted their first Professional Development luncheon at Arvest Bank on January 14.
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More than 25 CYPs came out to network with their peers and learn about financial planning.
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CYP members Clint Haynes, Axius Financial (pictured to the right) and Jon Garlow, Wells Fargo Advisors, teamed up for the presentation. Membership to the group is open to any Chamber Member between the ages of 21-35. The program provides young business professionals with opportunities for increased networking, civic engagement and lasting relationships. The next Chamber Young Professionals event is going to be hosted by the Legal Center for New Families, 229 SE Douglas, Suite 210, on Thursday, February 20. This will be a Morning Coffee event from 8-9 a.m.
Member News & Announcements Journal Publisher Named New President for Show-Me Press Association John Beaudoin, editor and publisher of the Lee’s Summit Journal and Cass County DemocratMissourian, has been named the new president for the Show-Me Press Association Board of Directors.
Beaudoin is a Missouri Press Association award-winning journalist who has been involved in journalism since his high school days at William Chrisman. He spent 10 years at The Independence/Blue Springs Examiner working his way up from the sports desk through advertising and into management. In 2006, he took a publisher position with the Omaha World Herald/Western Iowa Newspapers group.
be the publisher of the Lee’s Summit Journal, the 2012 General Excellence and Gold Medal MPA winner for weeklies. “I am honored to serve in this roll for Show-Me Press,” he said. “Working and sharing ideas with other newspapers around Missouri has always been a goal of mine and I am excited to dive into this role.”
John returned to Missouri in 2009 to
City of Lee’s Summit’s “Development Center” Debuts The City of Lee’s Summit’s highly anticipated new “Development Center” to enhance and promote business development activity within the community officially opened for business on January 21, 2014. The Development Center is considered the “one stop shop” to successfully navigate the steps of the business development process from the application stage to final occupancy. Located on the first floor of Lee’s Summit City Hall, the Development Center will offer several enhancements.
“One of those improvements is how we communicate to those wanting to do business with the City by touting what our community has to offer and expressing our commitment to helping business owners realize their entrepreneurial dreams,” said Assistant City Manager/Development Director Daren Fristoe. To this end, a new portal page has been created and is located at cityofls. net/business.aspx. This quick, online resource provides easy access to learn more about business and development
resources at the City and in Lee’s Summit. Through the portal page, upand-coming and current entrepreneurs can also link to the websites of the City’s local partners in promoting business and economic development. Those partner organizations are the Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce, the Lee’s Summit Economic Development Council, Downtown Lee’s Summit Main Street, Inc., and BOOST Lee’s Summit.
Parent University Offers Assistance for Parents of Young Children Do you have kids age 6 or younger? Don’t miss the 11th Annual Parent University from 9 a.m.–noon Feb. 22 at Paradise Park, 1021 Colbern Road in Lee’s Summit. Workshops led by child development experts include Practical Parenting Techniques for the Early Childhood Years; Rituals, Routines and Relationship Building; Sensory Processing Development and Strategies; and Music as a Teaching
Tool. This year’s featured speaker, Dr. Brad Mears, will provide a fun and informative keynote on Introduction to the Brain of a Child. Recognized globally, Dr. Mears is a researcher, professor and program director at the University of Central Missouri. Cost for Parent University is $10 per adult. Parent University is a public service for the community and is organized by
Lee’s Summit CARES in partnership with Paradise Park, the Lee’s Summit R-7 School District, ReDiscover and the Lee’s Summit Police Department. Visit lscares.org for more information, online registration and complete workshop details.
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February Networking Opportunities & Seminars
Register for the events below online at LSchamber.com under the Calendar of Events
chamber erhours t f a Socialize Build Business Join fellow Chamber members on February 11 from 4:30–6 p.m. for a Chamber After Hours at HSMC Orizon, 3550 NE Ralph Powell Road. All guests can enjoy a declicious food spread and a chance to win door prizes. Don’t forget your business cards, and end your day on a high note while you socialize and build business!
Brew up Business Brew up business this month at the Chamber Before Hours on February 25 from 7:30–8:30 a.m. at Wise Wealth, LLC, 300 SW Main Street. Guests can enjoy warm gooey Neighborhood Cafe Cinnamon Rolls and a chance to win a complimentary Retirement Income Plan!
Developing and Growing a ‘Winning Sales Team”
TV is Everywhere
February 4 | 3:30–4:30 p.m. | John Knox Village Presenter - Eric Dunn, Coffman Group
February 11 | 7:30-8:30 a.m. | John Knox Village Presenter - Dave Williams, Comcast
Your team has brought you this far, but do they possess the strength to fulfill your vision of the future?
Today’s TV environment continues to evolve at a dizzying pace.
Hidden strengths and weaknesses have an impact on your sales and profits. Find out how to take advantage of them through real-world strategies. Join Eric Dunn for an eye-opening look at the deficiencies of modern-day selling and Sandler Training’s tactics to manage it. Come ready to discuss current sales obstacles and discover no-nonsense approaches to growing your business.
Whether cable TV, online, or over the air, consumers have more viewing options than ever before, and are watching TV in an entirely different way – from anywhere, at any time, on any device they choose. Dave Williams, vice president of operations for Comcast, will look at these changes and explain what they mean for both residential and business consumers, and their importance to the “connected” home and workplace.
Registering for events is easy at LSchamber.com! Just click on the event you wish to attend, and then login with your member representative ID. Need help or don’t know your password? Call 816.524.2424
Friday, February 21 11:45 a.m.–1 p.m. Emaline Ballroom 616 SW Third Street What is on the horizon for the KCI Airport? There is a bit of controversy in the air over plans for the KCI airport. Join us on February 21 to hear from Mark VanLoh, Director of Kansas City’s Aviation Department, as he discusses the future of aviation in Kansas City and the proposed single-terminal design for KCI. Reservations can be made online at lschamber.com, under the Calendar of Events tab, or by calling 816-524-2424. Deadline is February 19 at noon. Registration is required. Breakfast Sponsor: Summit Bank of Kansas City
Welcome to Our Newest Members All State Fire
Ed Cunningham 1030 G WEST 23RD STREET INDEPENDENCE, MO 64055 (816) 833-8822 F: (816) 833-8870 E: email@example.com
Better You Fitness
Grant Foster 228 NW MCNARY COURT LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 885-2362 E: firstname.lastname@example.org betteryoufitness.com
Bob Evans Restaurant
Evergreen Home Companion LLC
Michael McCain PO BOX 60 LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (816) 524-2273 E: email@example.com evergreenhomecompanion.com
Inlanta Mortgage Inc.
Tim Nichols 1350 NE WINDSOR DRIVE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 875-1000 F: (816) 875-1004 E: firstname.lastname@example.org timnicholskc.com
LSMC Outpatient Rehab & Sports Medicine Tiffany Mason 600 NW MURRAY ROAD, SUITE 112 LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (816) 282-5985 E: Tiffany.Mason@hcamidwest.com LeesSummitMedicalCenter.com
Randy Silvey 500 SW MARKET STREET, STE C LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (816) 524-1515 F: (816) 524-1521 E: email@example.com silverlightfinancial.com
John Swenson 1680 NW CHIPMAN ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (816) 246-0443 F: (816) 246-0417 E: firstname.lastname@example.org bobevans.com
Lance Baker 4120 NE PORT DRIVE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64064 (816) 876-2224 E: email@example.com iwhim.com
Kansas City Allergy and Asthma
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Lindsey Genovese 4100 WEST 55TH STREET ROELAND PARK, KS 66205 (816) 315-1979 F: (816) 333-9444 E: lindsey.genovese@ crossroadshospice.com crossroadshospice.com
Associates Mark Neustrom, DO 301 NE MULBERRY, SUITE 203 LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (913) 491-5501 F: (913) 491-8901 E: firstname.lastname@example.org kcallergy.com
Jesse Mack 240 NW OLDHAM PARKWAY LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (816) 600-2277 E: email@example.com
Amy Walquist 4138 HIGHWAY TT ODESSA, MO 64076 (816) 506-8199 E: firstname.lastname@example.org wearelivingitout.com
February 2014 Calendar February 4 • 3:30–4:30 p.m., Recess for Success TOPIC: Developing and Growing a ‘Winning Sales Team” PRESENTER: Eric Dunn, Coffman Group LOCATION: John Knox Village - Manhattan Room
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February 5 • Noon, Ambassador Committee meeting, Depot February 6 • 7:30 a.m., Health Care Committee meeting, Depot • 3:30 p.m., Chamber 101: Get Plugged In, Paradise Park, 1021 NE Colbern Road February 11 • 7:30–8:30 a.m., Wake Up to Success TOPIC: TV Everywhere PRESENTER: Dave Williams, Comcast LOCATION: John Knox Village - Courtyard B • 4 p.m., Mentor Training Session, Depot February 13 • 7:30 a.m., Executive Committee meeting, Depot • 8 a.m., Visitors Council Committee meeting, Paradise Park, 1021 NE Colbern Road • 4:30-6 p.m., Chamber After Hours, HSMC Orizon, 3550 NE Ralph Powell Road February 17 • Chamber Office Closed for President’s Day February 19 • 8 a.m., Education Committee meeting, Our Lady of the Presentation (Etue Room), 130 NW Murray Road • Noon, Board of Directors meeting, Metcalf Bank, 609 NE M-291 Highway February 20 • 8–9 a.m.., Chamber Young Professionals Morning Coffee, Denker Law Firm, 229 SE Douglas, Suite 210 February 21 • 11:30 a.m., Monthly Membership Luncheon PROGRAM & SPEAKER: Mark VanLoh, Director of Aviation, Kansas City Aviation Department LOCATION: Emaline Ballroom, 616 SW Third Street SPONSOR: Summit Bank of Kansas City February 25 • 7:30-8:30 a.m., Chamber Before Hours, Wise Wealth, LLC, 300 SW Main Street February 26 • Noon, Membership Committee meeting, Depot February 27 • Noon, Chamber Young Professional Committee meeting, Depot February 28 • 7:30 a.m., Governmental Relations Committee meeting, John Knox Village-Manhattan Room
2014 Partners GOLD
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Bank of Lee’s Summit Discover Vision Centers HSMC Orizon, LLC John Knox Village Lead Bank Lee’s Summit Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram Mazuma Credit Union Metcalf Bank Paradise Park Saint Luke’s East Hospital Sprint Steppin’ Out – The Studio Summit Bank of Kansas City The Wilson Group, Inc. Truman Medical Center Lakewood University of Central Missouri Wal-Mart Zoetis
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Published on Jan 29, 2014