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Recognition Luncheon Re-Cap | Upcoming Events

Healthiest Place to Work | Chamber Night at the Aces

Marketing Opportunities with the Chamber | Welcome New Members



Greg Boyer

Claude Corvino President NCE

CEO Renown Regional Medical Center

Stan Thomas

EVP Marketing & Competitive Expansion EDAWN

John Solari, CPA

Managing Partner J.A. Solari & Partners, LLC

Tim Ruffin

Managing Partner Colliers Reno

What do these PROFESSIONALS have in common? Business & Industry Leaders Long-Time Northern Nevada Residents Active Supporters of Community Organizations Meadows Bank Advisory Board Members All deposits FDIC insured to the maximum limits

775.343.7100 | | 6518 South McCarran Blvd | Reno, NV 89509


message from the executive director

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CHAMBER BOARD OFFICERS: Jim McClenahan Chairman of the Board UNR College of Business Tim Ruffin - Past Chair Colliers International Sarah Sommers - Chair Elect Solutions At Work

Tim Crowley Nevada Mining Association John Maher Reno-Gazette Journal Audrey Damonte Altus Insurance Pedro Martinez Washoe County School District

Danny DeLaRosa - Treasurer United Federal Credit Union

Estella Gutierrez Truckee Meadows Community College

Dennis McGovernBusiness Advocacy Legends at Sparks Marina

Helen Lidholm Saint Mary’s Regional Medical Center

Todd Wilson - Leadership Benefit Resource Group Stephen Ascuaga Len Stevens - Executive Director The Chamber BOARD MEMBERS: Mike Hix First Independent Bank Alan Olive Northern Nevada Medical Center Josh Bartella Microsoft Bill Hughes Peppermill Lisa Speth-Jones Wells Fargo Chris Bosse Renown Cheri Hill Sage International Inc. Pete Copeland Great Reno Balloon Race Brad Woodring NV Energy Larry Hunt Bayer Properties, LLC

LIAISONS: Joe Bozsik Young Professionals Network UNR College of Engineering Mark Tulman - Ambassadors Nevada Association of Employers Tina Iftiger Reno Tahoe Airport Authority Steve Anderson- EDAWN RBC Wealth Management Linda Meissen Realtors Association Prudential Sierra Nevada Properties



I cannot believe it is JUNE already – time flies when you are having fun! The first quarter of 2014 has produced the largest enrollment of members ever in this time frame and we are thrilled to welcome all of them to The Chamber! The Chamber Staff and Board of Directors have been working diligently to develop a strategy that better connects members to fellow members. Our responsibility, first and foremost, is to serve our membership. We realize that growing your business is a major priority for you, so allow us help you connect with your fellow members by utilizing the following practices: 1)

2) 3) 4)

Ziad Rashdan ASUN UNR Darrell Plummer - WIN Sierra Nevada Properties CHAMBER STAFF: Len Stevens Executive Director Tray Abney Director of Government Relations Joy Heuer Community & Member Information Manager

Kris Wells AT&T

Jennifer Jones Finance Manager, Administration

Gina Brooks The Glenn Group

Susan Robinson Events Coordinator

Doug Knuth UNR Athletics

Leslie Masterpool Programs Coordinator

Abbi Whitaker The Abbi Agency

Sandy Ammerman Membership Relations

Tammy Cantrelle-Smith Mountain America Credit Union

Varney Padgett Membership Sales

Kimberly Kuntz Noble Studios

Laurie Pettyjohn Membership Sales



FIND fellow members by using the Chamber Directory – either use the printed directory or on-line at When you use a fellow member, THANK them and let them know you too are a Chamber member. DISPLAY your Chamber membership plaque! Can’t find yours, call us and we will get you a new one. The Chamber hosts many events; ATTEND at least once a month as these events will connect you with new contacts. Start thinking CHOOSE CHAMBER!

Let’s work together to grow our economic vitality, improve our quality of life and become the strongest business voice in our community. Please know that The Chamber Staff and Board of Directors are working to make YOUR Chamber membership the best investment you can make! Have a great month,

Len Stevens Executive Director, The Chamber

Thank you to our 2014 Corporate Sponsors for your involvement and support of The Chamber.



recognition luncheon

recap The Chamber held the 33rd Annual Recognition Luncheon on May 7th at the Silver Legacy. The luncheon was attended by over 300 Chamber members and recognized several members for being outstanding! Please help us congratulate the winners: Chamber Ambassador of the Quarter – Thomas Hill, ACN Independent Business Owner 2013 Non-Profit of the Year – Assistance League Reno-Sparks 2013 Community Spirit Award – CAMPO

! e t a D e Save th The Chamber’s Annual

Business Golf Tournament Friday, July 11, 2014 7:00AM-12:30PM Red Hawk Golf and Resort

6600 North Wingfield Parkway, Sparks

$175/person Sponsorships $150 and up

Register Today! 775.636-9550

2013 Small Business of the Year – A Master Mechanic 2013 Large Business of the Year – Office Depot 2013 Member of the Year – Robin Krueger Thank you to all the nominees, those who attended the luncheon and the luncheon sponsors First Independent Bank, NV Energy and United Federal Credit Union.

youth leadership Congratulations to the Youth Leadership Reno Sparks Class of 2014 Graduates. Landon Burnley, McQueen High School Ro Calhoun, Hug High School Nathan Clinger, Manogue High School Amy Garcia, Hug High School Grant Hooks, Galena High School Hannah Jackson, Reno High School Erin Kinsinger, Galena High School Margaux Leppla, Manogue High School Taylor Lord-Parks, Damonte High School Molly Mattingly, Reno High School Becca Mausling, Reno High School David Nicholas, Damonte High School John Norton, Reno High School Stephen Osborne II, Manogue High School Kylie Revelle, Wooster High School Lupe Reyes, Hug High School Zoe Stears-Macauley, Wooster High School Ben Stevenson, Sage Ridge School Hannah Sweeney, Reno High School Congratulations to the Leadership Scholarship Recipients, graduating this year, 2014. Corinthia Crawford, Hug High School Danielle Park, Damonte High School


you don’t want to miss






TUESDAY, JUNE 3 MORNING SPARK - Social Media 7:30-9am @ The Chamber 449 S. Virginia St., First Floor $5 for members; $25 for non-members

The Chamber’s Golf Tournament @ Red Hawk



July 11th, 7AM-1PM


MONDAY, JUNE 9 RIBBON CUTTING - Greater Nevada Credit Union 8-9am @ 5150 Mae Anne Avenue, Suite 203, Reno FREE

Employer Healthcare Forum Oct 16th, 7AM-1PM Grand Sierra Resort


TUESDAY, JUNE 10 RIBBON CUTTING - National Residential Mortgage 5-7pm @ 5335 Kietzke Ln., Ste. 210, Reno FREE


5-7pm @ Reno Livestock Center

Feb 5th, 2015 7AM-1PM,

Wells Avenue & Sadler, Reno

Grand Sierra Resort



For more info, contact Leslie Masterpool:




MONDAY, JUNE 16 CHAMBER 101 11:30am-1pm @ The Chamber 449 S. Virginia St., First Floor

Don’t miss the opportunity to promote your business to more than 10,000 readers by advertising in The Chamber Connection. For details, contact Eli Zeiter at the Northern Nevada Business Weekly at 850-2283, orJoy Heuer at The Chamber at 636-9550.



TUESDAY, JUNE 24 RIBBON CUTTING - Spanish Springs Modern Dentistry 5-7pm @ 242 Los Altos Pkwy, Sparks FREE Before any event, please check the events calendar at

NOTE for any possible additions or last minute changes to events.



ambassador spotlight Mark Tulman

Thomas Hill — ACN Independent Business Owner and Ambassador of the Quarter

“Never Give Up. Never Surrender.” These are words that The Chamber’s Ambassador of the Quarter lives by each and every day. After two debilitating automobile accidents 20 years apart, and years of surgery, rehabilitation, and recovery, Thomas Hill could have easily lost his enthusiasm and zeal for life. However, these five words have helped Thomas search his soul and found that life is indeed worth living. After serving his country in the military, Thomas settled in Reno in 1988 because of the numerous job opportunities and outdoor activities. Eventually, those outdoor activities included prosperous work in remodeling and repairing ranches in Central Nevada. After surviving a near death experience in an automobile accident and overcoming three years of surgery and recovery, Thomas knew a better life was ahead and decided to attend college studying architecture and small business. Thomas became a contractor specializing in remodels and renovations. Active in the Fernley Chamber of Commerce, he helped raise money, and renovate a very dilapidated Fernley Chamber building. Thomas became a board member and was eventually voted to Vice President of the Fernley Chamber of Commerce. Like many Nevada contractors, Thomas’s successful business suffered in the recession of 2008.

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Thomas took on temporary employment and ‘side’ jobs to make ends meet and to continue to strive towards his financial goals. In 2012, Thomas endured his second debilitating accident, crushed by two cars while standing in a parking lot. During his second road to recovery, Thomas knew that he could still be a productive and contributing member of society even though he was limited physically. Thomas read books on personal development, and continued his search for his next endeavor. Currently, Thomas is a telecommunications, merchant services, and energy broker. Having to network from scratch, Thomas looked to The Chamber to jump start his career. “Becoming a chamber member and ambassador has accomplished way more than just promoting my business. It has saved me and given me new life,” says Thomas. “My life has opened to infinite possibilities and opportunities, building new friendships and relationships, and learning new skills. The Chamber has become my new family.” Each day, Thomas will cite is favorite adage, “Never Give Up. Never Surrender.” Today, he is living proof that life is indeed worth living…advice that all of us can aspire to.

Mark Tulman is a business development representative for Nevada Association of Employers. He is the 2014 Chairman of The Chamber’s Ambassador program.



Introduction QB June 12th Advanced QB June 19th




update Nevada AFL-CIO passes resolution opposing Margin Tax Initiative

The Nevada federation of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) passed a resolution opposing the Margin Tax Initiative during its COPE conference at the Circus Circus Hotel Casino in Reno today. This vote from the working men and women of Nevada is further proof that the Margin Tax Initiative, otherwise known as Question 3, would kill jobs and damage Nevada’s fragile economy. In part, the resolution reads: “Whereas many contractors have gone out of business during these poor economic times and the Education Initiative may place a tax burden on the contractors and business which have been surviving on marginal returns forcing them out of business as the tax burden may be higher than the profit margin; may it therefore be resolved that the Nevada State AFL-CIO and our affiliated Unions oppose the passage of tax policy while it is not clear what the effect on our signatory partners will be.” Question 3 is a deeply flawed tax measure that would damage Nevada’s struggling economy, cause the loss of thousands of jobs and force consumers to pay more for food, housing, utilities and healthcare – without guaranteeing more funds for education. Promoters claim the tax is for education. But the law lets the legislature divert the funds to anything. Employers would have to pay the tax even if they have no profits and are losing money. And, the tax would be imposed on the businesses that provide most of the jobs in Nevada: major employers and thousands of small businesses, including farms, restaurants, grocery stores and other local retailers. Question 3 would increase the tax burden on Nevada employers by hundreds of millions of dollars annually. Economic studies show that would cause the loss of thousands of existing jobs and make it extremely hard to attract new businesses and jobs to Nevada. To learn more about the Margin Tax Initiative, visit our website at


alive after 5 April Member Mixer The Chamber hosted the April Alive After 5 Member Mixer April 23rd. This “sweet” event showcased yummies from Edible Arrangements, Rounds Bakery, Boomtown Casino, Super Swirl and The Seed as well as beverage samples from Eldorado Hotel Casino. Chamber Members enjoyed the evening while making business connections. Watch The Chamber calendar of events for the next Alive After 5 mixer!



Thank you for your interest in celebrating The Healthiest Place to Work award at this year’s Healthcare Forum on October 16th, 2014. The award is open to all companies in the Greater Reno-Tahoe region with a minimum of five Fulltime/Part-time employees. All public, private and non-profit companies are encouraged to apply! One award will be given to the company that applies in each the following categories: Small Medium Large

5-25 Employees 26-100 Employees 151 Employees

Only one nomination per company is needed to participate. The individual completing the application form will receive follow up information from the committee to facilitate the process. They also understand that they are the point person for The Chamber and their respective company throughout this entire process. There is no cost to participate in the award process. Companies that reach the semi-finalist round will be encouraged to have as many employees attend the Healthcare Forum as possible. A discounted registration price will be offered to the semi finalists. The second phase of the process following the nomination process is to reach out to your employees. All employees should have the option to participate and are encouraged to do so. We require a percentage of participation based on the size of your company. In order for your company to be considered for the award, you must obtain at least the following percentages: ▪ 80% response with companies less than a 25 employee count ▪ 70% response with companies between a 26-150 employee count ▪ 50% response with over a 151 employee count

The Healthiest Place to Work award is an excellent method for your company to receive recognition for offering multiple

efforts to a healthy workplace. Your examples can lead other companies and encourage them to implement such strategies, so please answer all questions completely. NOMINATION PROCESS The completed application must be submitted to The Chamber by Friday, June 13th, 2014 at 5PM. You may submit your nomination form electronically by filling out the survey online at Semi-finalists will have recognition in local media resources. Your company will be given an award with additional usage of the logo on all of the company’s marketing materials and can be utilized for recruitment efforts! The Chamber will also have continued recognition on their web-site of the award winners. FINALIST Semi-finalists will be notified in June. Finalists must be available for potential media interviews during the entire nomination and award process. One award from each of the categories which are: Small, Medium and Large will be awarded and presented with their award at The Chamber’s 2014 Employer Healthcare Forum on October 16, 2014 at the Grand Sierra Resort

For questions regarding the 2014 Employer Healthcare Forum, please contact Leslie Masterpool at or (775) 636-9559


Chamber Night at the Thursday June 5th • Gates Open at 6:00PM • Game Starts at 7:00PM Aces Ballpark, 250 Evans Ave

Come join The Chamber for it's night out at Aces ballpark! Enjoy networking with fellow Chamber members from 6 - 7 PM, an all you can eat BBQ buffet and soda for two hours, and then watch the Aces home game against El Paso; all included with the price of your ticket. It's also Thirsty Thursday that night so you will be able to take advantage of the Aces great drink specials. And don't miss our Executive Director, Len Stevens, throwing the first pitch at 7 PM!

Buffet Menu

Fresh-off-the-grill BBQ, variety of sides/salads, water and soda

Price Adults Children Ages 3-10

$33.00 $15.00

The Chamber will accept credit cards online and cash or check payments made at our office before June 3rd, 2014. We regret that we are unable to invoice for this event.




Chamber Marketing Opportunity These single E-blasts are sent Tuesday – Friday of each week to over 4,500 individual email addresses. E-blasts must be scheduled at least 2 weeks before the send date and availability is based on a first come, first serve basis. 

$75 per single blast email /$50 for non-profits

10% discount with more than 5 scheduled runs in advance

E-blast content will also be shared on The Chamber’s social media sites -Facebook: The Chamber NV -Twitter: @TheChamberNV

If you are interested in purchasing an e-blast, please contact Joy via email or phone at (775) 636-9560.

Community Calendar

Discount Program

Let The Chamber help your business expand its customer base by offering exclusive discounts to your fellow Chamber members. MEMBER TO MEMBER DISCOUNTS help promote your business by increasing the number of Chamber members doing business with other Chamber members.  Provide exclusive discounts on your products and/or services  You set the discount rate and expiration date  FREE to enroll as a Chamber member

Did you know as a chamber member you can advertise your event on our community calendar? You can! STEPS: 

Access your Membership login

Upload event information

Have a great turn out for your event!

FREE to enroll as a Chamber member

If you are would like access to the Member To Member discount or the Community Calendar, please contact Sandy at or by phone at (775) 636-9550.


The Chamber Offers Member-to-Member Discount Program

The Chamber, in an effort to help promote, support and encourage members to do business with fellow members, is proud to offer a Member-to-Member Discount Program. This program was created to provide current Chamber members with another service to add value to their Chamber membership. The Member-toMember discount program offers a unique combination of promoting local member to member buying, boosting sales for our members, and increasing member visibility. Chamber member businesses and their employees are encouraged to patronize fellow members.

discount programs

As part of the Member-to-Member Program, Chamber members will have exclusive access to discounts that are only available to Chamber members. Whether looking for discounts to your favorite restaurant, need service to your car or just looking to shape up for the summer, there is something for everyone with new discounts being added every month. Members simply log into their Chamber account and print off the discounts from the various program participants. Choose from over 45 different discounts and offers from fellow members. This program is free for Chamber members who would like to offer or take advantage of the various discounts. We encourage our members to take advantage of this opportunity to save money, as well as generate new exposure and new clients for your business. If you are interested in adding your business to the list of participants or to become a Chamber member, please contact Sandy Ammerman at the Chamber at 775-636-9550 or

“We found healthcare leadership as clear as Lake Tahoe.”

Lakeside Inn and Casino

Left to right: Sheila Aquilina; Human Resources Manager and Lon Rusk; President

NVBGH Membership Benefits: • Employee health benefit education & networking • Wellness education • Pharmacy management discounts • Discounts for onsite screenings/immunizations • Hospital, EAP and dental discounts • PLUS! Affordable Care Act (ACA) updates


JOIN TODAY Call (775) 329-8007




benefits Membership has its advantages The Chamber also offers an array of benefits and discounts ONLY available to our members. We have worked hard to negotiate these benefits to help you expand your business, reduce operating costs and take advantage of the added value our members deserve. • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Discounts at Office Depot Member-to-Member Discounts Free Enrollment with Nevada Drug Card Free Business Counseling at SCORE Two Complimentary Hotline Calls to NAE $500 Free Advertising with the Purchase of $500 Advertising with Univision Conference Room Rental Discount Certificate of Origin Members Only Seminars & Events Free U.S. Chamber Membership Discounted Events & Programs Membership List Free Notary

Know someone who wants to be a member… For more information about The Chamber, membership or our benefits, please call Membership Relations, Sandy Ammerman, at 775.636.9545.

This is Your Chamber! Let The Chamber be your partner for business. We deliver a strong return on your investment through a variety of resources and opportunities. With over 2,000 members, 200 volunteers and a full time staff of experts, we are the largest business organization in Northern Nevada. We advance your business through the power of connection, business referrals, discounts, regional promotion and sponsorship. Take control and be heard As a business person, you know that free enterprise is the foundation of a strong economy and a prosperous society. At The Chamber, we advocate for public policies that help your business thrive. We realize that economic growth and job creation don’t “just happen” and that is why The Chamber’s results oriented, pro-business advocacy efforts are so important to your business and the future of our community. Getting involved The Chamber offers a multitude of programs and committees that benefit our members as well as lead to growth within our business community. Join one of our councils and help shape policy, become an Ambassador and support new members or enroll in one of our many leadership classes and increase your knowledge and awareness of challenges facing our area. Let us help contribute to your personal and professional growth. Networking Advancing your business through member to member connection, The Chamber hosts a variety of networking opportunities to help you gain that one-on-one advantage that help promote your business or product. • • • • •

Chamber Mixers Committee Participation Ribbon Cuttings Membership Luncheons The Morning Spark (previously Biz Flash)

• New Member Orientation • Biz Talk Blender • DIRECTIONS

Marketing & Promotion Membership offers outstanding marketing opportunities to get your message out. Let other members know what makes your product or service unique through an array of opportunities. • Directory Listing & Links on Website • New Member Listings • Social Media New Member Promotion • Business Referral • Chamber Lobby Advertising

• Newsletter Advertising • Email New Member Promotion • Member Events Calendar • Directory Listing • Sponsorships • Custom Publication Advertising

Events & Sponsorship Looking to build your brand? Sponsoring a chamber event helps you reach a key business to business demographic of community and business leaders.

RENO OFFICE: 449 S. Virginia Street Suite 200 | Reno, NV 89501 Main: 775.636.9550 | Fax: 775.337.3038 Visit us online at

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Annual Golf Tournament Chamber 101 Employer Healthcare Forum Biz Talk Blender

• B.E.S.T. Kids Program • DIRECTIONS • Monthly Luncheons


Siri’s Casino

Floor and Decor

Talent Force








Northwest Reno Smiles

CBQ and O’Cleary’s


The B.E.S.T. Kids end of 2014 program was held at the Boys and Girls Club of Truckee Meadows on Wednesday April 30. The event celebrates those 8th grade students who have participated and completed their commitment to “being exemplary citizens” within their respective schools. Ten scholarships were also awarded to local high school seniors. A big thanks to all those that participated in making the program successful! Many of The Chamber’s members donate their time, prizes and in-kind donations to make this an event that will remain in the memory of all the young participants. Some of the sponsors include Terrible’s Rail City, Mountain American Credit Union, Port-of-Subs, EBARA, Wells Fargo, Washoe County District Attorney, NV Energy, United Federal Credit Union, Boys and Girls Club, Sierra Nevada Job Corps, Sparks Tribune, Wild Island, these are just some of the sponsors, we hope to make 2015 a bigger and better event for all of our kids.

ribbon cuttings

3 Angels Bookkeeping


B.E.S.T. Kids Program 2014





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“We found the golden nugget on health”

Carson Nugget

Left to right: Diana Lucas; HR Representative, Terri Olson; Payroll & Benefits Coordinator, Denise Darling; Director of Finance

NVBGH Membership Benefits: • Employee health benefit education & networking • Wellness education • Pharmacy management discounts • Discounts for onsite screenings/immunizations • Hospital, EAP and dental discounts • PLUS! Affordable Care Act (ACA) updates


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All Pro Security, Inc. Jonathan Christopher 1295 E. Moana Lane, Ste. D • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 284-3644 • Araya Clean Ron Pool 13373 Crest Valley Drive • Reno, NV 89511 (775) 200-0030 • Bloom Bake Shop Shandra Cipriano 7370 Desert Way • Reno, NV 89521 (775) 287-8905 • Burger Me! Thomas Farina 6280 Sharlands Ave., Ste. 101 • Reno, NV 89523 (775) 737-9404 • Casey, Neilon & Associates LLC Debbie Vaughan 9408 Double R Blvd, Suite B • Reno, NV 89521 (775) 283-5555 • CBQ - Cowboy Bar & ‘Que and O’Cleary’s Irish Pub Mariel Sharron 1330 Scheels Dr., Ste 250 • Sparks, NV 89434 (775) 359-1109 • Crystal Jourdan Inc. Carmen Jones Reno, NV 89521 • (775) 771-4789 Desert Pony Trading Tiffany Morse Reno, NV 89503 • (775) 336-9951 Floor & Decor Chris Costilla 4823 Kietzke Lane • Reno, NV 89509 (775) 343-7042 • Grand Auto Repair & Tire Dave Geddes 1505 Glendale Ave. • Sparks, NV 89431 (775) 331-2886 • Greater Nevada Credit Union - North Reno Andrea Ruvalcaba 5150 Mae Anne Ave. • Reno, NV 89523 Greater Nevada Credit Union - Spanish Springs Karen Egesdahl 1101 Los Altos Pkwy • Sparks, NV 89436 (775) 326-6702 • Greater Nevada Mortgage Mike Smith 10385 Double R. Blvd., Ste. 100 • Reno, NV 89521 (775) 326-6720 • Hatch Reno, LLC Jeramie Lu 100 Washington St. • Suite LL-10 • Reno, NV 89503 (775) 448-6086 • High Rock Accounting Justin Thomsen PO Box 17434 • Reno, NV 89511 (775) 525-9450 • Hobby Lobby Scarlet Suitter 5685 S. Virginia St. • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 826-4580 •

Home Marketing Alternatives Brad Kaune • (775) 624-9175 P. O. Box 60507 • Reno, NV 89501 Intero Real Estate Services Dimitri Hallerbach 65 Foothill Dr., Ste 2 • Reno, NV 89511 (775) 825-1178 • Le Crepe Cafe Isaac Avendano 170 S. Virginia St., Ste. 102 • Reno, NV 89501 (775) 453-1066 • Leavitt Group Bradford M. Backlund 6190 Mae Anne Ave. Ste. 1 • Reno, NV 89523 (775) 525-8676 • LL Realty, Inc. Lavinia Johnston 1460 Hwyy 95A N, Ste 2 • Fernley, NV 89408 (775) 575-9550 • LL Realty, Inc. - Angela Lewis 1460 Hwy 95A, Suite #1 • Fernley, NV 89408 (775) 575-9550 • LL Realty, Inc. - Dana Uhlhorn 1460 Hwy 95A, Suite #1 • Fernley, NV 89408 (775) 575-9550 • MAACO Reno Bill Lawton • (775) 825-5995 2245 Harvard Way • Reno, NV 89502 Mountain View Animal Hospital Tony Tran 6474 Bonde Lane • Reno, NV 89511 (775) 853-6900 •

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3rd Rock Communications Bruce Specter P.O. Box 34207 • Reno, NV 89533 (775) 338-6915 •


Saturna Trust Company Scott Goodrick 1325 Airmotive Way • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 784-9000 • Meredith Fischer 8600 Technology Way, Ste 105 • Reno, NV 89521 (775) 322-0177 • Sentext Solutions Tracy Schroeder (775) 560-3494 • Sierra Packaging & Converting, LLC. Robert Yarhi 11005 Stead Blvd. • Reno, NV 89506 (775) 331-8221 • Silverwing Development Elizabeth Witt • (775) 825-5300 9650 Gateway Dr., Suite 201 • Reno, NV 89521 Spiritual Builder John Ager 4500 Mira Loma Dr. Unit #103 • Reno, NV 89502 (215) 651-2350 •

NKA IMA OBIO Reno/Lake Tahoe Rosemary Effiong Reno, NV 89523 • (731) 676-0277

Stoneyhead Brewing Shelly Hadley 5301 Longley Lane #84C • Reno, NV 89511 (775) 691-4083 •

Northern Nevada Coin Allen Rowe 1280 E. Plumb Lane #C • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 828-2646 •

Strategic Life Coaching, LLC E.Elaine Zentz• (775) 771-7753 1344 Disc Dr., Ste 447 • Sparks, NV 89436

Postal Annex Saab Sahi 805 S. Virginia St. • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 525-2500 •

Stuart Skalka - Individual Membership Sparks, NV 89434 • (702) 748-5942 The Zap Lab. Creative Laboratory Chayah Masters 300 S. Wells Ave. #7 • Reno, NV 89502 (310) 909-9475 •

Put It In Order Sarah Feliz 8175 S. Virginia St. #850 • PMB #282 Reno, NV 89511 • (775) 848-3350

Trans-Action Realty, Inc. Michael Clark • (775) 284-1313 6121 Lakeside Dr., #100 • Reno, NV 89511

Quality Floors 4 Less Dennis McLaine 2002 Harvard Way Ste A • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 823-5315 •

West Corporation Jennifer Pitts 1315 Financial Blvd. • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 332-0952 •

Reed’s Manor Monnette Reed 1235 Glenda Way • Reno, NV 89509 (775) 384-2101 • Reno Blues Society Kevin O’Reilly PO Box 10742 • Reno, NV 89510 (775) 750-7564 • Rodan + Fields Joy Guinn (775) 815-9085 • Rounds Bakery Sean Cary 294 E. Moana Lane • Reno, NV 89502 (775) 329-0800 •

Chamber offers Electronic Funds Transfer The Chamber has been working to improve its billing and payments process. As part of this new process, members now have the option of making monthly, quarterly and yearly payments by an Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). This change will allow us to offer lower monthly dues payments with the ease of automatic payments. To get started with the Electronic Funds Transfer, simply request an authorization form and return to our office via email, fax or U.S. Mail at your earliest convenience. The Chamber will not begin debiting your account until your membership is up for renewal. For more information regarding EFT payments, please contact Jennifer Jones at or 775-636-9553.

Chamber connection june 2014  

This is The Chamber Connection of Reno, Sparks and Northern Nevada, a publication to keep members informed of recent and future activities.

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