LIKES, LINKS andTWEETS Moving through the Social Media Maze
See inside for details about our October 28 Dancing with the Chamber Stars luncheon. This is going to be THE event of the year!
Member News 3 Diversity Marketing 6 Family Fun Days 7 TechShop 7 New Members 8 Ribbon Cuttings 9 Membership Blitz 9 October Calendar 10
Chamber to Host Social Media Workshop The Lee’s Summit Chamber is holding a social media workshop, “Likes, Links and Tweets - Moving through the Social Media Maze” on Thursday, October 27 at the University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Road from 8–10 a.m. With more than 500 million people using social media, you know that it’s a vital part of your overall marketing efforts, but the hard part is sorting through all the noise and knowing what is the right approach for your own business. Having lots of connections are important but communicating effectively and using the relevant tools is key. Join our presenters Andrea Loar, manager of interactive media at Go Local LLC, and Norita Tayler, spokesperson for a national trade association headquartered in the metro area, as they walk you through a practical approach to reach and
engage your audiences. Learn more about how to maximize the way you use outlets like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and other new channels to generate the kind of results you seek, whether it’s increasing traffic, generating leads or simply learning more about your audiences. This intermediate level workshop begins with check-in and breakfast from 8–8:30 a.m. Next is the interactive 90 minute presentation which includes real customized solutions to members in the audience. Following the presentation Andrea and Norita will stick around for more detailed questions. Register for this $10 seminar online at lschamber.com. Prior to the event all participants will be given a survey to fill out to help customize the presentation to the needs of our members.
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2011 BOARD OF DIRECTORS OFFICERS Lynn Hinkle, Chair Great Southern Bank Diane Forte, Chair-Elect Dean’s Trophies, Shirts & Awards Damond Boatwright, Treasurer Lee’s Summit Medical Center Mark Parrish, Chair Emeritis Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys VICE CHAIRS Melinda Hadley-deBoer, Membership Development The Culture Coaches Geoff Hill, Community Development Aircraft Electronics Association Carolyn McKnight, Economic Development University of Central Missouri BOARD MEMBERS John Beaudoin Lee’s Summit Journal Bill Baird Infinity Realty Michael Blau Farmers Insurance & Financial Services Carole Culbertson Culbertson Properties Management, LLC Vicky Cundiff Turf’s Up-Weed Man Julie Doane Missouri Central Credit Union Bob Glaser Summit Bank of Kansas City Rodney McBride John Knox Village Jane Monroe Embrace the Grape Beverage Catering Dr. Emmanuel Ngomsi All World Languages & Cultures Robert Pendland CE2L-Certified Energy/Environmental Labs Debbie Starke Eastland Community Foundation Joe Stasi Saint Luke’s East-Lee’s Summit Deborah Swank Kansas City Power & Light Jeffrey Williams Heritage Companies EX-OFFICIO Steve Arbo City of Lee’s Summit Carl Chinnery, Legal Counsel Chinnery, Evans & Nail, PC Dr. Fred Grogan MCC-Longview Dr. David McGehee R-7 School District Mayor Randy Rhoads City of Lee’s Summit CHAMBER STAFF Nancy Bruns, President Mark Dickey, Vice President Gina Seibel, Director of Communications Chrissy Symes, Director of Special Events Cathy Young, Director of Member Services Kathy LeChien, Administrative Assistant Nedra Hoover, Bookkeeper Marilyn Pemberton, Part-time Assistant
Liverpool Performance on Saturday German Meals, Bands & Dancers Biergarten • Carnival • Kids Street
Bartlett & West •Beacon Press Three Stages • Arts & Crafts & more! Central States Beverage Company •DVA Enterprises, Inc. The Examiner •KCP&L • Lee’s Summit Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep Metcalf Bank •Paradise Park •University of Central Missouri Bank of Lee’s Summit • Excel Bank • First Community Bank HSMC Companies • Missouri Central Credit Union New Age Graphics • Technology Plus, Inc. Allee & Company •KC Metro Insurance •Lee’s Summit Nissan Mazuma Credit Union Lee’s Summit Masonic Hall • Insurance and Benefits Group • Surewest Child Abuse Prevention Association • Brookside Barkery & Bath Embrace the Grape Beverage Catering ConEd Audio • Lee’s Summit Cleaners • Lee’s Summit R-7 School District Time Warner Cable • VFW Post 5789 •Woods Chapel United Methodist Church
Members Making Waves Lee’s Summit Medical Center Named One of the Nation’s Top Performing Hospitals Last month, Lee’s Summit Medical Center was named one of the nation’s top performing hospitals on key quality measures by The Joint Commission, the nation’s leading accreditor of health care organizations. “I know all the Lee’s Summit Medical Center physicians and staff strive to care for every patient using the best evidence-based medicine,” states
Damond Boatwright, president and chief executive officer. “Excellent health care is what we’re all about and we’re honored to be the only Missouri hospital in the Kansas City area to earn this recognition!” Lee’s Summit Medical Center is being recognized for achieving quality thresholds in every key quality measure for which it provides care including heart attack, heart failure,
pneumonia, and surgical care. In total, four HCA Midwest Health System hospitals are being recognized by The Joint Commission. This national recognition is based on data reported on 22 evidence-based clinical processes that are shown to improve care for certain conditions, including heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia, and surgical care.
Lee’s Summit Journal Named Gold Medal Winner The Lee’s Summit Journal took home 36 awards at the 145th annual Missouri Press Association Convention and Trade Show, including the top prize for weekly newspapers in its class. The Journal was named the Gold Medal winner for large weekly newspapers by the Missouri Press Association. “In the past year, we have done some of the finest and most in-depth reporting and writing here at the Journal that I have ever been a part of,” Journal Publisher John Beaudoin said. “This will
not be an award we just hang on the wall and tell a few people about. This award means something. It has to. And the responsibility that comes with being named one of the top newspapers in Missouri is great. It’s
an accountability that we will take seriously.”
zinc, iron, calcium and sodium.
a unique ID number that corresponds with their sample so all results remain completely anonymous. Every report is reviewed by a board certified MD Pathologist before being released to the customer in an effort to provide unbiased, objective results with a focus on public safety.
In addition, the MPA also honored the Journal’s Assistant Editor Miranda Wycoff as an Outstanding Young Journalist. Other awards included 13 first places, seven second places, eight third places and six honorable mentions.
CE2L, Launches Hair Test Beta CE2L, has launched a home hair testing kit at MyHairTest.com. The company, which performs energy and environmental testing, will expand its core competency into the environmentally-conscious consumer market accustomed to taking charge of their well being. MyHairTest.com was created in an effort to educate and assist people in determining what their exposure levels to toxic elements may be. Through the non-invasive mail service, individuals can test for the presence of toxic metals that may lead to cancer and several common pollutants such as lead, arsenic, and mercury as well as an entire array of other metals that include most of the nutritional metals such as
“Our company does not sell any other services, nutritional supplements, or therapies,” said Keith Koehler, President of Ce2l. “Most websites offering similar hair testing services also try to sell you ‘solutions’ in the form of unregulated vitamins or potentially dangerous therapies. In our opinion, this is wrong and misleading. Our objective is to remain totally unbiased. Your results are simply your results.” Testing kits are available through the MyHairTest. com web site. Customers are assigned
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Sixteen of the Lee’s Summit Chamber’s finest members are bringing their best moves to the dance floor at the October 28 Chamber Luncheon. Chamber “Stars” will compete to help raise funds for the Education Committee’s annual high school scholarship fund. Members that have waltzed up to the floor to compete include:
• Mayor Randy Rhoads, City of Lee’s Summit and Diane Forte, Deans Trophies, Shirts & Awards • Jane Monroe, Embrace the Grape Beverage Catering and Russ Monroe
choreographed and taught by:
• Tyler Morehead, Morehead Agency LLC and Janice Jacoby, Hometown Insurance • Ryan Rostine, Longview Farm Elementary and Laura Maxwell, Lee’s Summit R-7 School District • Rick Viar, Summit Bank of Kansas City and Lisa Hood, Baker University • Steve Stringberg and David James,Waddell & Reed • Mike Allen, Cornerstone Financial Group and Julie Doane, Missouri Central Credit Union • Tim Accurso, Lawing Financial Group and Katie Hammons, Commerce Bank Votes are being cast through monetary donations which can be made in advance and/or at the event. Dancing Duos are collecting pledges to help them secure the ultimate prize of Dancing with the Chamber Stars ChampiOns. Whichever team raises the most money wins! In order for your donation to be tax deductible checks should be made payable to the Students in Motion Scholarship Fund.
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Couple Voting for: Donation Amount: Payment Type:
Credit Card (call 816.524.2424)
Please mail or drop off payment to the Lee’s Summit Chamber, 220 SE Main Street, Lee’s Summit, MO, 64063, no later than Thursday, October 27 by 5 p.m. You may also give the completed form directly to the dancer or turn it in at the October 28 luncheon. Reservations are required for the luncheon and can be made at lschamber.com. Questions? Contact Chrissy Symes at 816.524.2424 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee’s Summit Journal 66 Atkinson Financial Services, Inc. 36 AT & T 30 Lakewood Oaks Golf Club 26 Hollis + Miller Architects 25 Culbertson Property Management, L.L.C. 23 Longview Funeral Home & Cemetery 23 Gale Communities, Inc. 21 Atcheson Lawn & Landscape, Inc. 20 TPP Certified Public Accountants, L.L.C. 20 Chief Heating & Cooling, Inc. 19 ServiceMark Telecom, L.L.C. 16 Stinson, Morrison & Hecker LLP 15 Westlake Ace Hardware #2 (Ward Rd) 13 AdamsGabbert, L.L.C. 12 FedEx Office 12 B & T Specialties 11 Garozzo’s Ristorante 11 Hess Roofing Company 11 Lee’s Summit Honda 11 Siki Japanese Restaurant & Sushi Bar 11 Swanson Midgley, L.L.C. 11 Blue Springs R-IV School District 10 Cameron’s Home Furnishings 10 CARSTAR/ Summit Auto Body 10 Comfort Inn & Suites 10 Corporate Care Work Comp Clinic 10 Lakewood Animal Health Center 10 Cornerstone Financial Group 9 Eastland Community Foundation 8 Acceleration Laboratory Services, Inc. 7 Central States Beverage Company 7 Institute on Life Transition 7 Jose Pepper’s Lee’s Summit, L.L.C. 7 LeaderFuel Center 7 Lee’s Summit Family Eyecare 7 Olympic Lawn & Landscape, Inc. 7 QuikTrip Corporation 7 Rachel House Pregnancy Resource Centers, Inc. 7 Studdard Relocation Services 7 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage 7 CertaPro Painters 6 Lone Summit Ranch Catering 6 The Manor Homes of Arborwalk 6 Fidos & Felines 5 H & H Roofing 5 Batteries Plus 4 The Dalmark Group 4 Thomas E. Moore, D.D.S., P.C. 4 Aspen Contracting, Inc. 3 Habanero’s Mexican Restaurant 3 Knighton Business Solutions 3 MulberryTek 3 Olsson Associates 3 Alan E. Powell, M.D., P.C. 3 Thomas McGee, L.C. 3 Bledsoe Rentals-South 2 Dale’s Automotive Collision Repair Center 2 Embrace the Grape Beverage Catering 2 Humana Health Plan, Inc. 2 Missouri Mavericks 2 Reece & Nichols Realtors-Pfeifer 2 The Cleaning Authority 2 Computer Upgrade 1 Derek’s Automotive Service & Sales 1 Eskew’s Fine Jewelers - M-291 1 Flip Zone Shockwave 1 Game Kart-Mobile Video Game Theater 1 Lakewood Counseling Service TMC 1 Midwest Heart and Vascular Physicians 1 One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning 1 Prairie Township Fire Protection District 1 RE/MAX Heartland, REALTORS - 1 T. David Rogers
Chamber Board Member to Resign Due to Promotion The Lee’s Summit Chamber will soon say goodbye to Board Treasurer Damond Boatwright, president and CEO of Lee’s Summit Medical Center. HCA Midwest Health System, Kansas City’s largest healthcare network, has appointed Damond Boatwright chief executive
officer of Overland Park Regional Medical Center. Boatwright assumes responsibility of the 350bed acute-care hospital, one of the busiest in the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area, on October 17. Since joining Lee’s Summit Medical Center in 2007 Boatwright has not only made a difference at the hospital but also in the community as a whole. Damond will be greatly missed here at the Chamber, but we congratulate and wish him well in this next exciting chapter of his life.
Diversity Marketing... Part I With the increasing diversity of its population, the Lee’s Summit community is becoming a mirror of the nation at large. Research shows that diversity marketing that includes targeting multicultural groups can tremendously enhance your business. Minority populations and their buying potentials are growing everyday and their influence has a direct impact on your business. To ensure that your business is relatable to all groups and does not hinder its growth in an everexpanding market like Lee’s Summit, I am suggesting the following simple strategies:
• Include multicultural and
multiethnic faces on your website and marketing materials is a great first step to showing you are interested in creating multicultural relationships. As an example, across the nation, more than 80 percent of college and
university websites have multicultural faces on its home page.
• Translate your flyers and
major pages of your website in another language.
• Recruit diverse workforce and train them in understanding the culture of your organization as well as the local selling cultures.
• Add cross-cultural
representation to your board of directors and advisory board.
by Dr. Emmanuel Ngomsi All World Languages & Cultures, Inc.
12th Annual Family Fun Days Fundraiser Family Fun Days is a benefit for the Lee’s Summit Chamber’s Visitors Council to raise funds to help bring visitors to Lee’s Summit. This year’s Family Fun Days event is set for October 21 and 22 at Paradise Park.
Wall,Maze. Plus, enjoy a hotdog, chips, drink and smores!
If you want to save BIG on fun for the whole family, then here’s your chance! Enjoy UNLIMITED attractions for nearly 50 percent off the regular price! For only $15, regularly priced $28.95, you can enjoy Go Karts, Jr. Go Karts, Bumper Cars, Hayrides (6-10 p.m. only), Children’s Edutainment Center, Miniature Golf, Foam Factory, Rock
The event is from 10 a.m.–10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Tickets are available at Paradise Park or at the Lee’s Summit Chamber, 220 SE Main St. Discounted tickets will be available
until 5 p.m. on Thursday, October 21. Tickets are $20 at the door. If you are unable to attend the event on these dates, you may exchange your ticket at any time before December 31, 2011, and receive your choice of four attractions. Food is only offered the day of the event. The Chamber extends a special thank you to event sponsors Hy-Vee and Paradise Park.
Self-Esteem - Boosting Your Self-Image October 11 • 7:30–8:30 a.m. John Knox Village -Courtyard B Presenter: Dr. Scott Symes, Psy.D., Rejuvenate Mind Body Wellness Center Discover how naive your brain is and how to utilize this for success. Understand the personal roadblocks to self-esteem and how this is reflected in your business. Learn about your dysfunctional beliefs, how these cause havoc with your self-esteem, and how to get these under control. Take back the power of your thoughts and learn to “step into” the image you want to
Tools to Increase Productivity & Revenue reflect. Leave this session knowing who you are and what you’re capable of, despite negative beliefs. Register for this free seminar online at lschamber.com under the Chamber Events tab.
October 5, 2011 | 8:30-10:30 a.m. University of Central Missouri | 850 NW Chipman This session is designed to assist small businesses increase productivity using the tools they currently have and by integrating new technology to enhance productivity and revenue. This free seminar will cover how to...
• Speed up the performance of your
computer by clearing your browser cache, defragmenting your hard drive and making sure you have enough system RAM to run all of your applications.
Join fellow Chamber members October 8 for a Chamber After Hours at Silverstein Eye Centers, 1741 NE Douglas #100, from 4:30–6 p.m. Our hosts for the evening have a fantastic menu planned including a delicious dessert trio of chocolate truffle tartlets with kahlua whipped cream, pumpkin cupcakes with cinnamon cream cheese frosting and fresh
berries with grand marnier chocolate sauce. Guests can also win sunglasses or Maverick’s tickets. What is Chamber After Hours? CAH is a great way to end a busy work day with refreshments and the potential for new leads! Register to attend this free event online at lschamber.com under the Calendar of Events tab.
• Get the most from your mobile
phone by accessing your email and calendar while you are on the go.
• Use new technology such as tablets/ iPads to improve productivity within your work place.
Register for this free seminar online at lschamber.com under the Chamber Events tab. Presenters:Randy Scarborough, RCEngergy and Greg Hansen, mTown.biz
• trade show giveaways • promoting marketing/business • employee events •
Join members on October 25 for a Crazy Hat Chamber Before Hours from 7:30–8:30 a.m. at Farmers Insurance & Financial Services-Blau Agency, 3435 NE Ralph Powell Road.
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Enjoy breakfast and a chance to win door prizes for the craziest hat. CBH is a great way to rise and help your business shine. It's a good idea to bring plenty of business cards for these easy-going, unstructured sessions. RSVP online at lschamber.com under the Calendar of Events tab.
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• fundraisers • safety programs • employee performance awards • banners •
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS Classic Contracting LLC Tim & Denise Fields 501 SE DOUGLAS STREET LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (877) 992-5277 F: (816) 525-9012 E: www.roofsbyclassic.com
Ingenuity Consulting Partners, Inc Brenda Riggs PO Box 2148 Lee’s Summit,, MO 64063 (816) 304-6241 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.ingenuityconsulting.com
Comforting Faith Counseling Services Joe Holt, M.A., LCMFT 306 SE HIGHWAY 291; OFFICES 4 A&B LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (816) 581-3730 E: email@example.com www.comfortingfaithcounselingservices. com
Jay Hatfield Mobility William Berberich 1115 SW OLDHAM PARKWAY LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64081 (816) 600-5124 F: (816) 600-5149 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.jayhatfieldmobility.com
Nancy Dhone-Keller Williams Platinum Partners Inc. Nancy Dhone 1201 NE WINDSOR DRIVE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 812-9433 F: (816) 524-9670 E: email@example.com http://nancydhone.yourkwagent.com
King Benefits Design, LLC Dave King 582 N WINNEBAGO DRIVE LAKE WINNEBAGO, MO 64034 (816) 898-3322 F: (816) 623-9661 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Five Petals Kevin Kelley 122 SW 3RD STREET LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64063 (816) 525-4555 E: email@example.com
Maurices Deb Jones SUMMIT FAIR 880 NW BLUE PARKWAY, SUITE D LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 525-7809 F: (816) 525-3287 www.maurices.com
Heater Chiropractic, LLC Brent Heater 724 NW COMMERCE ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 525-3400 F: (816) 525-3808 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.heaterchiro.com
MetroCARE-Lee’s Summit Alison Wilson 901 NE INDEPENDENCE AVENUE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 347-3068 F: (816) 554-1987 E: email@example.com www.carekc.org
OfficeMax Jesse Capehart 800 NE M-291 HIGHWAY LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 347-9323 F: (816) 347-9341 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.officemax.com Papa Murphy’s Joanna Etter 1745 SE LANGSFORD ROAD LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 524-4848 E: email@example.com Sports Med Plus Kristy Surratt, RN, BSN, MA 2741 NE MCBAINE DRIVE, SUITE B LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64064 (816) 994-2400 F: (816) 994-1100 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.sportsmedpluskc.com The Lodge Ben Oliver 3753 SW RAINTREE DRIVE LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64082 (816) 623-9994 E: email@example.com Thirty 9° North Deborah Link 2363 S 291 HIGHWAY LEE’S SUMMIT, MO 64086 (816) 392-5465 F: (816) 554-0083 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sideways Smiles Photography, LLC, 14 1/2 SW Third celebrated a ribbon cutting with Chamber Members.
Chamber Members welcomed Sports Med Plus, 2741 NE McBaine, at a recent ribbon cutting
Truman Heartland Community Foundation celebrated a ribbon cutting with Chamber Members in September.
Five Petals in Downtown Lee’s Summit held a ribbon cutting and open house with Chamber Members.
The Lee’s Summit Chamber Ambassadors invite you to join them for a membership blitz during the month of October for the chance to win cash prizes.
• Certificate for a free 3 x 3 black &
The 2012 directory deadline is quickly approaching and the Chamber is offering special incentives for new members that sign-up during October including...
The Chamber member that recruits the most new members (minimum of three) from October 1–31 will win $250. Everyone else will be entered into a raffle for two $100 cash prizes. Your name will also be entered into our regular drawings for an opportunity to win $100 at the Chamber’s membership luncheons.
approaching prospective members. Fliers will also be available showcasing the benefits of joining the Chamber this month.
A new booklet has been designed to show the value of being a Lee’s Summit Chamber member. You may pick up copies at the office to help you when
With benefits like this, recruiting new members is a piece of cake. ‘Hoo” wouldn’t want to join the Lee’s Summit Chamber?!
• Listed in the 2012 Membership Directory.
• Enrollment fee is waived - $25 value. • Certificate for a free monthly membership luncheon - $15 value.
• Certificate for a free set of member mailing labels - $100 value.
white ad in the Lee’s Summit Journal, published on Wednesday & Friday $153 value.
OCTOBER 2011 CALENDAR October 4 • 10 a.m., Ribbon Cutting - Classic Contracting LLC, 501 SE Douglas St • 3:30–4:30 p.m., Recess for Success TOPIC: Performance Management/Motivation PRESENTER: Jason Williford, Culture Index SPONSOR: Allstate Insurance Agency - Jeff Silver LOCATION: John Knox Village - Manhattan Room October 5 • 8:30–10:30 a.m., TechShop TOPIC: Increasing Productivity to Increase Business PRESENTERS:Randy Scarborough, RC Engergy & Greg Hansen, mTown.biz LOCATION: University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Rd • Noon, Ambassador Committee meeting, Depot • 2–6 p.m., Open House-Cinematic Visions & A Thyme for Everything, 15 SW Third Street October 6 • 7:30 a.m., Health Care Committee meeting, Lakewood Counseling Services TMC, 300 SE Second St. • 8 a.m., Business Sustainability Committee meeting, City of Lee’s Summit Recovery Park, 2101 Hamblen Road October 7 • 4 p.m., Ribbon Cutting/Open House - Heater Chiropractic, 724 NW Commerce Road October 11 • 7:30–8:30 a.m., Wake Up to Success TOPIC: Self-esteem: Boosting Your Self-image PRESENTER: Dr. Scott Symes, PsyD., Rejuvenate Mind Body Wellness Center LOCATION: John Knox Village - Courtyard B, 508 NW Peace Pkwy • 4 p.m., Ribbon Cutting - Clear/Laptop Squad, 1663 NE Douglas Street
American Foodservice Great Southern Bank Humana Health Plans, Inc. Kansas City Power & Light Sprint
October 12 • 8–9:30 a.m., Chamber 101: Get Plugged In, University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Road • Noon, Education Committee meeting, Steppin’ Out-The Studio, 750 NW Main Street October 13 • 7:30 a.m., Executive Committee meeting • 4:30–6 p.m., Chamber After Hours, Silverstien Eye Centers, 1741 NE Douglas #100 October 14 • Noon, Board Planning Retreat, Unity, 1901 NW Blue Pkwy October 18 • 6 a.m.–8 p.m., Joplin Day of Service, Meet at Depot October 19 • 9 a.m., Ribbon Cutting - Maurices, Summit Fair, 880 NW Blue Pkwy October 20 • 8 a.m., Holiday Reception meeting, Depot • 11:30 a.m., Ribbon Cutting - Blue Agave Grill y Tequilleria, 1469 SW Market Street • 4:30–6 p.m., Chamber Young Professionals Networking Event, Paradise Park, 1021 NE Colbern Road (committee at 4 p.m.)
Bank of Lee’s Summit Discover Vision Centers DVA Enterprises, Inc. First Community Bank HSMC Companies John Knox Village Lee’s Summit Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep Metcalf Bank Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys Paradise Park, Inc. Saint Luke’s East – Lee’s Summit Summit Bank of Kansas City Truman Medical Center Lakewood University of Central Missouri
October 21 & 22 • 10 a.m.–10 p.m., Family Fun Days, Paradise Park October 25 • 7:30–8:30 a.m., Chamber Before Hours, Farmers Insurance & Financial Services-Blau Agency, 3435 NE Ralph Powell Road • 11:30 a.m., Business Development Council meeting, Depot October 26 • Noon, Membership Committee meeting, Depot • 3:30–6 p.m.Ribbon Cutting/Open House - Advanced Wound Care of Lee’s Summit Medical Center, 600 NW Murray Road, #108 October 27 • 8–10 a.m., Social Media Boot Camp PROGRAM: Likes, Links and Tweets... Moving through the Social Media Maze LOCATION: University of Central Missouri, 850 NW Chipman Road
October 28 • 7:30 a.m., Governmental Relations Committee meeting, John Knox Village - Manhattan Room, Chipman Road & Jacob Drive • 11 a.m., Monthly Membership Luncheon, PROGRAM: Dancing with the Chamber Stars SPONSOR: Lee’s Summit CARES LOCATION: Hilton Garden Inn Independence, 19677 East Jackson Drive
Allee & Company, CPA, LLC B Positively Promoting U, inc. Dean's Trophies, Shirts & Awards Excel Bank KC Metro Insurance Agency Lee’s Summit Journal Lee’s Summit Nissan Mazuma Credit Union Missouri Central Credit Union Parker Swearngin, LLP Pfizer Global Supply STS-Summit Technical Solutions, LLC Technology Plus, Inc. The Wilson Group, Inc. Wal-Mart