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March 2014

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Jefferson City & DC Election Time Healthcare Forum Nancy Do MY Job Lifelong Learning Scholarship Women’s Conference Member News Networking Opportunities March Calendar

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Pictured Above: Is winter over yet? A few silly Chamber Members stopped to pose for a quick photo at the Wise Wealth, L.L.C. Before Hours event.


Making Our Voices Heard with Elected Officials Each year the Chamber takes a delegation of members to Washington DC and Jefferson City. Fun fact about this year, both trips are in the same week!

Washington DC Fly-In: April 6-8, 2014 Join the regional chamber Washington DC Fly-In event to meet with our elected officials and department representatives in Washington DC. 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 U.S. Chamber representatives and members of our Congressional delegation to advocate for pro-business issues that affect small businesses. A meeting will be scheduled prior to our trip to brief attendees, prioritize issues and discuss logistical aspects of the fly-in. To view a registration form, please contact Mark Dickey at 816.524.2424. Deadline to register for this trip is March 6.

Jefferson City Trip: April 9, 2014 This all-day trip features a train ride to the Capitol, educational opportunities, sightseeing and networking. Attendees will also hear from legislators and state officials and enjoy a private reception. Sponsors for the day include: Bank of Lee’s Summit, Great Southern Bank, KCP&L, Metcalf Bank, Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, Reinhart Foodservice and Tingle Flooring. Limited space is available; you may register online at or call 816.524.2424. The cost is $60 per person, and the deadline to register is March 28.

Election Time in Lee’s Summit is just around the Corner Tuesday, April 8 marks election day in Lee’s Summit. Lee’s Summit citizens will be electing City Councilmembers, School Board Members and voting on a No Tax Increase Bond Issue.

R-7 School Board Election

In order to help voters make an informed decision, the Lee’s Summit Chamber has teamed up with the Lee’s Summit Journal to host Candidate Forums. Scheduled are two City Council candidate forums and one R-7 School Board forum.

The four candidates running for three open seats include:

City Council Election

City Council candidate forums will be held Tuesday, March 4 and 25 from 6-8 p.m. at the Gamber Center, 4 SE Independence Ave. Take advantage of this opportunity to pose questions to the seven candidates vying for the three open seats on Council. The March 4 forum will address governance issues including: policy development, succession planning, district realignment, budgeting, public/private partnerships and more.

The R-7 School Board candidate forum will be held Wednesday, March 19 from 6-8 p.m. at the Stansberry Leadership Center, 301 NE Tudor Road.

Bill Baird, Terri Harmon, Mark Ousnamer and Christopher Storms

No Tax Increase Bond Issue - Question One

The Chamber Board has voted to endorse this issue. More details regarding this issue and the Chamber’s stance will be featured in the April newsletter.

All forums are open to the public and all are invited to attend. Empower yourself and help shape your community by making an informed vote!

The March 25 forum will focus on Lee’s Summit’s future, including: economic development & job creation, cultural arts, infrastructure, downtown redevelopment, quality of life and more. Candidates running for Council include: District 1 Candidates Robert L Dye and Diane Forte District 2 Candidates Timothy Denker, Trish Carlyle, and Craig Faith District 3 Candidates Diane Seif and Joe Spallo

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The Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce’s Healthcare Committee is hosting a forum entitled, Keeping Your Business Healthy in Today’s Healthcare Environment on Friday, March 21, 2014 from 8–10 a.m. at the UCM Summit Center. The primary focus of the forum is to provide relevant and useful information to business owners as they address issues and make decisions about today’s healthcare environment for themselves and their employees. The Healthcare Committee has assembled a robust line-up including healthcare providers, a healthcare industry expert, an insurance provider and a patient advocate. Each will address their respective area of expertise and answer questions from the attendees. “With the many issues still facing employers and their employees as a result of the Affordable Care Act rollout, the Healthcare Committee was eager to assemble industry experts to help guide businesses in their decision process,” said Healthcare Committee Chair Jeffrey Williams. “We are excited and pleased to have such a knowledgeable panel who will share their industries’ experiences and provide solid guidance. All Chamber members should consider attending.”

There is no cost to attend this event; reservations are required. Reservations should be made online at The deadline to register is March 19, 2014. Breakfast will be provided. Thanks to the forum sponsors:

Chamber Presents South Pacific Wonders Vacation ...featuring Sydney, Cairn, Queenstown and more! This past August, Chamber President Nancy Bruns took the trip of a lifetime with her son, Kevin. She is excited to announce that the Chamber will be offering the same discounted trip to our members (and their friends/family). Save the Dates: October 20-November 3, 2014. There are limited seats available so don’t delay in reserving your space. Want to learn more about the trip? Join us for an online meeting, March 19 at 7 p.m. Make your reservation for the meeting by calling Nancy at 816.524.2424. Discover the people and places that make our tours special and do it from the comfort of your own computer. Ask real-time questions, learn from travel experts and lose yourself in incredible images of the South Pacific. Feel free to call or email Nancy with any questions regarding the trip, and to look over registration forms! She has tons of amazing photos that she would be willing to show off. page 4

Get Ready for the First “Nancy Do MY Job!” The Chamber is excited to roll out a new program in 2014 where Chamber President Nancy Bruns will get out there, roll up her sleeves and work with some of our members. “Nancy Do MY Job” will provide the Chamber President the opportunity to experience the day-to-day to work within all different types of organizations. The idea is not to make

this a walk in the park for Nancy, but rather give her a realistic snapshot of what it’s like to be a part of your business... the good, the bad, the ugly. This program also allows business owners to interact with Nancy on their turf. Mark your calendars for March 19 from 9:30-11 a.m. as Nancy works at the Whistle Stop Coffee & Mercantile, 227 SE Main Street, alongside owner Candace Jennings.

Lifelong Learning Scholarship... Tell Your Employees The Lee’s Summit Chamber of Commerce will once again award an annual lifelong learning scholarship in the amount of $1000. The scholarship will be awarded to an individual at least 24 years of age who is employed a minimum of 20 hours per week by a business that is a current member of the Lee’s Summit Chamber. The onetime award must be applied toward credit course work at an accredited higher education institution for completion of an undergraduate or certificate degree plan. Previous recipients of this scholarship are ineligible to apply. **Please note: applicants enrolled in postgraduate degree programs are not eligible for this

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scholarship; it is intended solely for undergraduate programs. Applicants must: • Be at least 24 years of age • Have earned a high school diploma or GED certificate • Currently work a minimum of 20 hours per week for an active Chamber member business • Provide evidence of current enrollment in an accredited, undergraduate or certificate degree plan Qualifications which are of importance to the scholarship committee are: • A complete application form • Evidence of commitment to lifelong learning and community involvement • An essay of no more than 1,000 words, judged on content related to the points identified on the application Selection Process: The application and essay must be received by the Lee’s Summit Chamber office by 5 p.m. on May 1, 2014. If mailing, please allow ample time. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. The application may be found online at

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Join us for a day dedicated to personal and professional enrichment as the Lee’s Summit and Grandview Chambers of Commerce partner together for a conference focused on leadership, work-life balance and communication for the professional woman. DATE

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Aspen Room at the Stanley, 308 SE Douglas, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063


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$75 per person, register online at (Deadline to register is March 26)

SCHEDULE 11:30 a.m. Noon 12:30 p.m. 1:15-1:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

Registration/Vendor Showcase/Networking Catered Lunch Sponsored by Saint Lukes East Hospital Presentation by Anne Peterson, Anne Peterson Productions and former KCTV-5 News Anchor Break Presentation by Amy McAnarney, Vice President of External Relations, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts 2:15-2:25 p.m. Break 2:25 p.m. Presentation by LeAnn Carlson, Lauren’s Hope 3:10 p.m. Closing Remarks 3:15-4 p.m. Networking, Cocktails & hors d’oeuvres sponsored by Lee’s Summit Medical Center

VENDOR BOOTHS - $150 • Opportunity for one representative at booth, which includes their reservation to also sit in on the conference (including lunch, drink ticket and hors d’oeuvres) • 6’ display table with linen • One complimentary seat at conference, including lunch, drink ticket and hors d’oeuvres • One additional rep. can be added for a discounted rate of $50. Additional representatives (3+) will be charged the general registration fee. Any/all representatives in attendance will need to be registered and paid. Booth holders will be in the same room as the conference itself this year, putting you right in the mix with the presenters and attendees. Booth representatives will also have a seat at the conference to be part of the audience. Chambers will provide game cards to encourage attendees to visit each vendor booth. Attendees will have over 1.5 hours for breaks and visiting booths.

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Ribbon Cutting Celebrations LSMC Outpatient Rehab & Sports Medicine

On January 30, LSMC Outpatient Rehab & Sports Medicine celebrated a ribbon cutting at 600 NW Murray Road, Ste. 112. LSMC’s Summit Ridge location offers advanced Physical Therapy, Outpatient Therapy and Speech Therapy services as well as a Sleep Disorder Center. The space has been beautifully remodeled and makes a wonderful addition to our community.

Kids 2 Leaders

Kids 2 Leaders celebrated a ribbon cutting with Chamber Members at their new location, 404 SW Ward Road. Check out Kids 2 Leaders for all your martial arts needs.They specialize in developing leaders through martial arts training. Classes are taught by 6th Degree Black Belt and Professional Mixed Martial Artist Brian Davidson. At Kids 2 Leaders the goal is simple, assure that each of their students reach their goals at home, school or work, and on the mat.

Member Renewals

R-7 Administrative Office 69 Farmer’s Insurance-Weeda Agency 41 Stan Atkinson 38 Discover Vision Centers-Murray 29 Deffenbaugh Industries, Inc. 23 Unity 16 Farmers Insurance & Financial 13 Services-Blau Agency Stewart Title Company 13 BMO Harris Bank 12 Kansas City Title 12 Summit Solutions, Inc. 12 TFG - The People Side of Business 12 CVS/Caremark Corporate 11 Bott Radio Network 10 Equity Bank Lee’s Summit West 10 ViraCor-IBT Laboratories 10 Eyecare Associates of Lee’s Summit 9 One Good Meal 8 Big Creek Outdoors 7 Bruce Holiman State Farm Insurance 7 Nash & Franciskato Law Firm 7 New Longview Apartments 7 White, Allinder, Graham, Buckley & 7 Carr, L.L.C. Emergent Care Plus 6 Lee’s Summit Mazda 6 Spin! Neapolitan Pizza 6 Waldo Pizza 6 Brookside Barkery & Bath 5 Comfort Inn 5 Freedom Wealth Advisors, LLC 5 Humana Health Plan, Inc. 5 Saint Luke’s Home Care and Hospice 5 Integrity Roofing, L.L.C. 4 Langsford House 4 Lee’s Summit Family Care 4 Senator Will Kraus 4 State Representative Mike Cierpiot 4 Todco, Inc. 4 Truman Heartland Community Foundation 4 Konica Minolta Business Solutions 3 Liberty Mutual 3 MG Machine Inc. 3 Unity Hotel & Conference Center 3 Wise Wealth, L.L.C. 3 Mashburn Law Office, LLC 2 Momo Bands 2 Trailers R We, Inc. dba Lifestyle RVs 2 US Bank-Longview 2 810 Sports Zone 1 Austen-Dooley Company 1 Body Renew Medical Group 1 Chicago Title 1 Great American Bank 1 Hometown Painting & Holiday Lights 1 New Longview Foundation 1 QM Power, Inc. 1 Slimming Solutions 1 the promotional pear 1page 7

Chamber Committee Highlight - Golf Task Force

Looking for a short-term commitment where you can make an impact, help plan a fun event, and have the opportunity to build relationships with fellow Chamber members? If you answered “yes” to these questions, then the Golf Task Force is FORE you! The Golf Task Force will meet once a month from AprilJuly, with the final meeting being a wrap-up celebration. The task force will help in the selection of contests, sponsor recruitment, auction item solicitation and

tournament logistics (in this case “logistics” equates to hanging out on the course all day, partaking in all of the fun!). This year’s task force is chaired by Ashley Backhus. This year’s tournament is set for Thursday, June 26 at WinterStone Golf Course, so make sure to save the date! If you are interested in participating in the task force, please contact Chrissy Symes at 816.524.2424 or

Cocktails & Caddies... Save the Date Attention ladies, call your girlfriends and save the date for the Chamber’s Annual Cocktails & Caddies golf tournament. This year’s event has been set for Friday, July 11 at Teetering Rocks Golf Course. It’s never too early to start organizing your team of three women. Remember, at the tourney luncheon, your team will bid on your fourth player, a male, from those showcased in the LIVE AUCTION! There is a $50 fee per player which includes a fun and delicious luncheon, nine holes of golf, awards reception and cocktail party! Registration information coming soon. Can’t wait? Want to save your spot today? Contact Chrissy at 816.524.2424 or There are also sponsorship opportunities available!

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Member News & Announcements Truman Medical Centers President/CEO John W. Bluford Announces Retirement John W. Bluford lll, President and CEO of Truman Medical Centers, announced his retirement, effective July 18, to the health system’s Board of Directors, leadership and medical staff. Bluford began his tenure at TMC in 1999, providing fifteen years of progressive leadership and change management to the organization. “During his tenure as CEO, John’s unwavering vision and extraordinary commitment for TMC to provide high-quality health care, better for everyone, has led us to new heights never before imagined,” said Peggy Dunn, TMC Board of Directors Chairman. Dunn said the committee would look internally at possible candidates before broadening the search, if necessary. She

said the transition team intends to identify a successor prior to Bluford’s departure. “It has been an honor and privilege to serve the patients of TMC and the Kansas City and Jackson County community,” Bluford said. “TMC has a strong leadership team and a dedicated staff to carry on our mission and vision. I am proud of what we have accomplished in my time at TMC, and I know the future remains bright for TMC.” Bluford said he intends to remain in the Kansas City area where he will remain civically engaged, participate in local and national boards and continue to speak around the country. He will also concentrate on mentoring the next generation of healthcare leaders through the Bluford Healthcare Leadership Institute, which he established in 2013, and he looks forward to supporting the grocery store initiative at 27th and Troost.

Two Chamber Members Named as Area’s Most Influential Women Anthem Media Group’s KC Business magazine has selected 31 outstanding female civic and business leaders as this year’s most Influential Women. The eighth-annual program honors local women in the creative, entrepreneurial, and nonprofit communities. The Lee’s Summit Chamber is proud to announce that two of our members made the list! Congratulations to Becky FreetlyGraber, candid marketing & communications (pictured left) and Delena Stout, Brookside Barkery & Bath (pictured right). The recipients will be profiled in the March issue of KC Business and on the website. The 2014 Influential Women will be honored at a reception on March 19 at The Polsky Theater on the Johnson County Community College campus.

“We’re proud to honor these women who are clearly making their mark on Kansas City’s business and civic communities,” said Robin Atkins, Publisher of KC Business. “We’re fortunate to live in a thriving community rich with the talent these women demonstrate in their respective professional, civic, and personal roles.

Wells Fargo Advisors Moves to New Location in Lee’s Summit Wells Fargo Advisors, Cooper Wealth Management Group, has relocated its Independence office to 3171 NE Carnegie Drive, Lee’s Summit. The new phone number is 816.554.5470. The branch has been a fixture in the area for 18 years. There are nine Financial Advisors on staff. “While our location has changed, our focus on helping our clients achieve their financial goals has not,” said Branch

Manager Chuck Cooper. “We’re excited to welcome everyone to our new location off 291 Highway and Strother Road and we look forward to serving our clients here for many years to come.” A full-service investment firm, Wells Fargo Advisors offers a complete spectrum of financial products and services to both individuals and businesses.

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March Networking Opportunities & Seminars

Register for the events below online at under the Calendar of Events

chamber erhours t f a Socialize Build Business Join fellow Chamber members on March 6 from 4:30–6 p.m. for a Chamber After Hours at Bank of Kansas City, 1710 NE Douglas. It will be a festive After Hours to help get you in the spirit for St. Patrick’s Day. Enjoy appetizers and cold beverages, and see if the Luck of the Irish is with you when they draw for a $50 Visa gift card. Everyone attending is encouraged to wear green!


Brew up Business Brew up business this month at the Chamber Before Hours on March 25 from 7:30–8:30 a.m. at Equity Bank, 301 SE Main Street. This is a special NETworking event to go along with all the “Madness” in March. Guests can enjoy coffee, breakfast, napkin stories, plus your chance to dribble, shoot, and score a prize. Swish!

Res in Motus Top Three Nominees

Think Strategic - Your Business Deserves It!

Wednesday, March 26 • 11 a.m. –1:30 p.m. The Pavilion at John Knox Village, 400 NW Murray Rd Each year the Chamber accepts nominations for the Res in Motus (Business in Motion) Business of the Year awards.

March 4 | 3:30–4:30 p.m. | John Knox Village Presenter - Todd Long, Leadership Innovations

Join us at this month’s luncheon as the top three candidates for each category are revealed. Plan to spend some additional time visiting the applicants’ displays; they will be open from 11 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Buffet lines will open at 11:30 a.m. Reservations can be made online at under the Chamber Events tab, or by calling 816.524.2424. Deadline is March 24 at noon. Registration is required.

Take the time to stop, get your head out of the weeds, and start thinking strategically. Todd Long with Leadership Innovations will present this Recess for Success workshop that takes you through a powerful model for thinking strategically. You will learn to explore the “why,” understand the stakeholders, and get to the “how” and “what” of thinking strategically. Register today - Your business deserves it!

Sponsor: Servpro of Lee’s Summit

Registering for events is easy at! 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

Welcome to Our Newest Members Advanced Laser Like Lipo

Melvin Launius, Jr. 1166 NE DOUGLAS STREET LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 524-9600 E:

AFLAC - R. Alan Mais

Alan Mais 2824 SE BINGHAM CIRCLE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (816) 304-7890 E:

CCR Roofing Services LLC

Linda Clay 2200 NW SOUTH OUTER ROAD BLUE SPRINGS, Mo 64015 (816) 524-7475 E:

Elite Fence & Deck, Inc.

Kevin Lint 1210 SW MARKET STREET LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (816) 246-1850 E:

Le Cachet Lounge LLC

Tasha Collins 459 SW WARD ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (913) 244-5771 E:

Amanda C. North AgencyAmerican Family

Amanda North 613 NW WOODS CHAPEL ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64064 (816) 347-9400 E:

Paladin Pursuit, Inc.

Mark Krug 201 N FOREST AVENUE STE 222 INDEPENDENCE, MO 64050 (816) 379-6835 E:

Property Tax Advisory Group

Michael Ramsey 11300 TOMAHAWK CREEK PARKWAY SUITE 320 LEAWOOD, KS 66211 (913) 897-4744 E:

PRP Wine International

Kevin Brunette 12127 BLUE RIDGE BLVD, STE E GRANDVIEW, MO 64030 (816) 965-9501 x210 E:

ROS Office Furniture

Lisa Elliott 6000 PARRETTA DRIVE KANSAS CITY, MO 64120 (816) 842-9993 E:

Salon Ami

Amy Thomas 930 NW BLUE PARKWAY, STE J LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 524-5797 E:

Sandler Training

Richard Weeks 10955 LOWELL, SUITE 650 OVERLAND PARK, KS 66210 (913) 451-1760 x102 E:

Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.

Lance Flint 2345 GRAND BLVD., SUITE 1700 KANSAS CITY, MO 64108 (816) 360-1600 E:

Security Equipment Inc.

David Strickland 126 ABBIE AVENUE KANSAS CITY, KS 66062 (913) 321-2211 E:

Sheehan’s Jewelry

Logan Sheehan 835 NE WOODS CHAPEL ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64064 (816) 554-6789 E:

Sleep Number

Sheila Ross 940 NW BLUE PARKWAY STE C LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 554-4931 E:

Swott Consulting Group

Steven Modrcin 5343 NW EDGEWOOD CIRCLE HOUSTON LAKE, MO 64151-4108 (913) 558-4666 E:

TaxWise Solutions LLC

Randy Giminez 2800 NW HUNTER DRIVE BLUE SPRINGS, MO 64015 (816) 988-7763 E:

U.S. Lawns of Kansas City Darrick Stirling 18310 E MOORLAND PLEASANT HILL, MO 64080 (816) 965-5296 E:

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March 2014 Calendar March 4 • 3:30–4:30 p.m., Recess for Success TOPIC: Think Strategic - Your Business Deserves It! PRESENTER: Todd Long, Leadership Innovations LOCATION: John Knox Village - Manhattan Room • 6-8 p.m., City Council Candidate Forum, Gamber Center, 4 Independence Ave March 5 • 9:30 a.m., Ribbon Cutting - Developing Potential, 251 NW Executive Way, #200 • Noon, Ambassador Committee meeting, Depot • 2-6 p.m., New View Job Fair, MCC-Longview Recreation Center, 500 SW Longview Road March 6 • 7:30 a.m., Health Care Committee meeting, Lee’s Summit Medical Center, 2100 SE Blue Parkway • 4:30-6 p.m., Chamber After Hours - Bank of Kansas City, 1710 NE Douglas March 13 • 7:30 a.m., Executive Committee meeting, Depot • 8 a.m., Visitors Council Committee meeting, Gamber Center, 4 SE Independence Ave March 19 • 8 a.m., Education Committee meeting, Paradise Park, 1021 NE Colbern Road • Noon, Board of Directors meeting, University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Road • 6-8 p.m., R7 School Board Candidates Forum, Tony Stansberry Leadership Center, 301 NE Tudor Road March 20 • 1:30 p.m., Ribbon Cutting - Work Express-Community Services League, 214 NE Chipman Road, Room 208 (inside New Beginnings Church) • 4:30-6 p.m., Chamber Young Professionals Networking Event, Konrad’s Kitchen and Taphouse, 302 SW Main Street March 21 • 8-10 a.m., Healthcare Forum, University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Road, Door 54 March 25 • 7:30-8:30 a.m., Chamber Before Hours, Equity Bank, 301 SE Main Street • 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Business Development Council, TBD • Noon, Membership Committee meeting, Depot • 6-8 p.m., City Council Candidate Forum, Gamber Center, 4 Independence Ave March 26 • 11 a.m., Monthly Membership Luncheon PROGRAM: Res in Motus - Top Three Business Announcement LOCATION: The Pavilion at John Knox Village, 400 NW Murray Road SPONSOR: Servpro of Lee’s Summit March 27 • Noon, Chamber Young Professional Committee meeting, Depot March 28 • 7:30 a.m., Governmental Relations Committee meeting, John Knox Village-Manhattan Room

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March 2014 Chamber Link  

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