January 20, 2014
POWER INN ALLIANCE Business Sponsors Platinum Sponsors City of Sacramento Depot Business Park
Managing Danger in the Workplace Last November Alliance member, Center for Employment Training, invited Police Sgt. Josh Dobson, Universal Security and Power Inn Alliance to host a half-day training on workplace crisis and preparedness. Sgt. Dobson instructed staff and students on potential lifethreatening situations and what to do for the best outcome. “After the training, we performed a drill and everyone
remembered what they learned. I was so proud of them.” said C.E.T. Director, Rachel Wickland.
A new year is the perfect time for planning. Come to the Crime & Dine for training by Sacramento Police on how to stay safe when faced with imminent danger in the workplace. Bring employees and share the information with staff. Being prepared only brings peace of mind. Join us to learn how to protect yourself and your staff: Crime & Dine Thursday, February 13th New location! Sponsored and hosted by: Depot Park Conference Center 8215 Ferguson Avenue Noon – 1:30 p.m.
More Ways to Get Involved in the Community
Granite Park Partners
Gold Sponsors County of Sacramento SACOG SARTA Sisler & Sisler Construction Stonebridge Properties Waste Management Silver Sponsors A&A Concrete Supply, Inc. Atlas Disposal Industries Bank of Sacramento Golden 1 Credit Union Jackson Properties L and D Landfill Republic Services SMUD Sacramento State SureWest The Buzz Oates Group of Companies Universal Service Recycling, Inc. WM Sacramento Recycling & Transfer Station
Staying informed and attending Alliance events are great, but take the next step to be communityminded by joining NextDoor. Register using both home and work addresses to get neighbors better connected. Sacramento Police Dept. hosts Neighborhood Watch trainings across the city. Members are encouraged to get involved and improve neighborhoods and continue Chief Somers’ goal to make Sacramento the Safest Big City in California. Visit http://www.sacpd.org/getinvolved/watch/ nw_training_schedule.pdf
20th Annual Awards Luncheon
Active Members Join to Make a Difference With over eight Committees, five Task Forces, and numerous events throughout the year, the Power Inn Alliance has member opportunities to peak everyone’s interest and 2014 is the year to become more involved!.
St. John’s Shelter Picnic at the Park Members
“We have a lot of fun while working towards the betterment of the area.”
Committees span the realm from crime and security to planning and development issues. Additionally, several task forces work under committees focusing on both long-term and short-term projects; such as area branding and road improvements. The newest Task Force is Business Watch which works under the direction of the Crime and Code Committee chaired by Nick Sikich of Atlas Disposal in conjunction with Dawn Carlson, Program Manager for The Alliance. This group of business members works toward community awareness and locating resources for use in crime prevention. More fun committees include the Ambassador and Picnic at the Park Committees. Members who enjoy interacting with the business community and promoting the property and business district will aspire to be a part of these active committees. “I encourage members interested in networking and community outreach to become part of these fun and lively committees,” asserts Jamie Szutowicz, Member Relations and Event Manager. “We have a lot of fun while working towards the betterment of the area.” Committee descriptions are available at www.PowerInn.org/Committees.asp and the 2014 meeting schedule is available online at www.PowerInn.org/PIACalendar.asp or call 916.453.8888 and Jerry, Jamie or Dawn will be able to help guide you to the best committee for your interests.
Power Inn Alliance 2014 Board of Directors
-at-Large; Carl Stein, Immediate Past Chairman.
A&A Concrete Keeps PBID Streets Clean The Power Inn Alliance appreciates the ongoing efforts of A&A Concrete Supply and their commitment to assist in the battle of street and bike lane debris. Thousands of vehicles, both large and small, travel each week throughout the area. Many of these vehicles are loaded to capacity with various materials which escape from their containers. Luckily for all the commuters and businesses operating in the area, A&A Concrete is voluntarily supplementing Sacramento City Street Sweeping Services. Ron Coburn, Site Manager at the A&A Concrete Supply facility on Berry Avenue, takes area pride to another level. According to Coburn “giving back to the community is as much a responsibility as a need to keep neighbors safe and the area looking good.” Coburn is a staunch supporter of The Alliance mission and a member of both the Planning and Business Development and Crime and Code committees. A&A Ready Mixed Concrete, Inc. was created in 1949 in Gardena, CA. The company grew steadily and opened the Sacramento location in 2008, as one of 21 locations throughout Northern and Southern California. And today, A&A Concrete has become the largestfamily-owned supplier of ready mixed concrete in the state.
Labor Law Seminars Return to The Alliance in 2014 As an added benefit for The Alliance membership, Labor Law Attorney David L. Cohen of Cohen Durrett, LLP returns to educate and address the current concerns surrounding today’s businesses.
In this three-part breakfast seminar series, designed for Business Owners and Managers, Cohen starts off with the very popular “The Tangled Web: 2014 Understanding the Interactive Process and Leave Laws” on April 9th; addressing the ever-changing world of rules, regulations and rights— for both employee and employer. The second seminar scheduled for May 14th will bring the truths and myths surrounding “Harassment & The Part You Play” and June 11th is a 2-for-1 Seminar surrounding “Wage & Hour Law” plus “Discipline & Discharge.” Seating and Registration is limited with discounted pricing for the 3-part seminar series: Members: 3 for $90 or $45 per seminar—includes breakfast. All seminars are held at The Alliance office from 8:30—11:00 a.m.
Welcome New Members! Silver Sponsor
Universal Recycling Services, Inc. Members Comfort Inn & Suites Device Brewing Company Iron Point Media, Inc. Sunshine Pad & Foam Recycling
Visit our Member Directory : www.PowerInn.org/ membership-directory.asp
“A major part of Mr. Cohen’s practice focuses on preventing claims against employers”
Oct 4th—“2014 Picnic at the Park” Signs “Mumbo Gumbo” Plans are underway for the “2014 Picnic at the Park” on Saturday, October 4th at Depot Park and area businesses are already scheduling their Company Picnic for the venue! Even though the door has just recently closed on the 2013 Picnic the Picnic at the Park Committee members are busy working with local vendors, media and entertainers to shape this year’s Picnic into an event not to miss. For questions about scheduling your Company Picnic contact Jamie at 916-453-8888 or Jamie@PowerInn.org January 20. 2014
Current 2014 Event Calendar February 12th Crime & Dine*, Noon— 1:30 pm March 13th 20th Annual Awards Luncheon*
Depot Park Conference Center, 11 am — 1:30 pm
April 17th May 10th
Security Faire & Mixer*, 4:30—7:30pm 2nd Saturday - “Power Inn Art “ *
A curated dumpster art show featuring local artists Adjacent to Power Inn Light Rail Station, Noon—7pm
June 19th Summer Mixer, Noon—1:30 pm September 18th Crime & Dine*, Noon—1:30 pm October 4th 5th Annual Picnic at the Park* with Mumbo Gumbo
Make this your Company Picnic!
November 20th Holiday Mixer*, 4:30—7:30pm
*Sponsorships Available Power Inn Alliance 5310 Power Inn Road, Suite A Sacramento, CA 95820 ADVOCATES FOR BUSINESS, TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNITY
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Published on Jan 20, 2014