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F E B R UA R Y 2017

‘The Chamber…building a stronger local economy’

Volume 36, Number 2

Chamber Members Count!

At the Chamber’s Board Conference, members identified their biggest business goals for 2017. •A  ttract and retain quality employees • Be a voice in local, state, and federal government • Invest in new technologies and equipment • Work to obtain improved internships/ recruitment • Stay up to date with legislation

Each month, the Chamber helps build a stronger local economy through surveying its membership. GRB Inside Highlights Chair’s Column.......................... 2 Governmental Affairs............... 3 New Members............................ 9 Calendar..................................... 11

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Mayor Bailey Focuses on Partnership to Achieve Growth in Riverside Joined by a panel representing different local partners, Mayor Bailey identified several challenges and opportunities facing residents, non-profit organizations, and businesses. At the 2017 State of the City Address, Mayor Rusty Bailey highlighted the “Power of Partnership” and how local partners have collaborated to improve quality of life in Riverside. The Chamber joined the City of Riverside to host more than 1,100 business leaders, residents, and students to share Mayor Bailey’s vision for 2017. Mayor Bailey cited the success of securing the California Air Resources Board emissions testing facility, establishing local control of Ontario International Airport, protecting March Air Reserve Base and the Naval Surface Warfare Center - Corona Division, passing Measure Z, and investing in new infrastructure as proof of how public and private partners across Riverside worked together towards common objectives. Mayor Bailey was joined on stage by a panel of guests representing different interests to talk about the future of Riverside.

Mayor “Rusty” Bailey highlighted the successes of the region in 2016, attributing those successes to the power of partnership at the State of the City Address at the Riverside Convention Center.

Through the discussion of the panel, Ed Tessier of Arteco Partners highlighted the Streamline Riverside initiative as a critical tool in encouraging new development and job creation in the community. See SOTC on page 10

Business Leaders Identify Priorities for the Chamber in 2017 The Chamber’s Board of Directors gathered at the Annual Board Conference to focus on creating an action plan for specific priorities in the region.

Employers, business owners, entrepreneurs, and managers representing a broad crosssection of industries gathered The Chamber’s business leaders set forth several goals for recently at the Chamber’s 2017, including fostering workshops for local students, and Annual Board Conference continuing advocating for initiatives such as judgeships and to set a vision for 2017 with our military installations. several objectives to accomplish. Specific priorities emerged from the discussion Assistant County Executive Officer Rob such as protecting local military bases, provide Field with the County of Riverside, and City resources to foster entrepreneurship, create Manager John Russo on the key issues that opportunities to establish mentorship and will impact Riverside’s future in the coming internship relationships, and partner with year. Guest facilitator, Keith Woods with the local entities to attract new industries and North Coast Builders Exchange, helped the economic drivers. group identify the key priorities. From these discussions, the board and council members Along with those objectives, members of developed specific goals for the coming year. the Chamber’s Board, policy councils, and six Business Councils engaged local leaders By the end of the day, these leaders set forth and experts State Senator Richard D. Roth, objectives to partner with K-12 and higher Brigadier General Russell Muncy with March education institutions to develop programs Air Reserve Base, Chancellor Kim Wilcox with the University of California, Riverside, See Priorities on page 7

Governor Brown Issues 2017-2018 Proposed Budget Prudent spending package aims to support local projects and grow reserve funds. In a sweeping success for the region, Governor Jerry Brown included funding as part of his $179.5 billion 2017-2018 proposed budget to build the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) new emissions testing facility in Riverside. The Chamber, the University of California, Riverside, the City of Riverside, the County of Riverside, and numerous business entities have advocated for the relocation of and funding for the facility in order to create hundreds of new jobs and make a positive economic impact to local businesses. California currently faces $78 billion in deferred maintenance costs for infrastructure, the largest portion of which is on highways, roads, and bridges. The Governor’s budget will include a transportation package that would provide $4.2 billion annually to improve and maintain the state’s crucial highway, public transit, and trade routes. Proposition 2 mandates that 10% of tax revenues are dedicated to the State’s Rainy Day Fund. By the end of 2017-2018 fiscal year, the Rainy Day Fund will have increased 14 percent over the previous year to $7.9 billion. While this is only 63% of the constitutional target, these additional savings will support the State’s efforts to combat any future economic hardships. See CARB on page 7


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F E B R UA R Y 2017 MISSION STATEMENT

We are committed to building a stronger local economy by actively promoting and supporting our community, by fostering the growth and strength of our member organizations, and by engaging federal, state and local officials on behalf of business interests.

Executive Committee for 2016–2017 Chairman of the Board Howard Saner – Riverside Physician Network Vice Chairman, Chairman-Elect Andrew Walcker – PSOMAS Vice Chair – Governmental Affairs Joseph Ortiz – Best Best & Krieger Vice Chair – Economic Development Andrew Walcker – PSOMAS Bob Stockton – Rick Engineering Vice Chair – Membership George Hoanzl – Jaguar Computer Systems Vice Chair – Community Development Bob Mendez – RLM Wealth Group Vice Chair – Divisions Sandy Austell – Lexus of Riverside Vice Chair – Divisions Kathy Michalak – Habitat for Humanity Riverside Vice Chair – Divisions Gary Montgomery – Thompson & Colegate Vice Chair – Finance/Treasurer Brian Hawley – Luminex Software Legal Counsel Joseph Ortiz – Best Best & Krieger Past Chairman of the Board/Chair–GRCCPAC Bob Stockton – Rick Engineering

Board of Directors 2016–2017 Al Arguello – Bank of America Girish Balachandran – Riverside Public Utilities Patrick Brilliant – Riverside Community Hospital Dr. Michael Burke – Riverside Community College District Larry Burns – Inlandia Institute Judy Carpenter – Riverside Medical Clinic Bill Chamberlain – Raceway Ford Paul D’Anieri – University of California, Riverside Carl Dameron – Inland Empire African American Chamber of Commerce Dr. Ron Ellis – California Baptist University Dina Esquivel – Greater Riverside Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Julio Figueroa – AT&T David Fisher – Arrowhead Credit Union J.D. Franklin – OSI Industries Matt Friedlander – Habitat for Humanity Riverside Jim Fuson – Galleria at Tyler John Grande – Dimesoft Business Solutions Suvesh Chandiok – Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce Debbi Guthrie – Guthrie Companies Dr. David Hansen – Riverside Unified School District Betsy Herrick – Murray Real Estate Bob Hicks – Gresham Savage Peter Hubbard – American Medical Response Pepe Jackson – Riverside County Black Chamber of Commerce Michael Lewin – Mirau Edwards Cannon Lewin & Tooke Law Offices Donna Little – Custom Service Systems Rose Mayes – Fair Housing Council Jim Maurer - The Press-Enterprise Scott Megna – Riverside Convention Center Patty Moorman – Bourns B/General Russell Muncy – March Air Reserve Base Tom Nightingale – Wells Fargo Bank Regional Commercial Banking Office Bill Oaks – Sierra Memorial Chapel Mortuary James Persinger – The Pick Group of Young Professionals Lea Petersen – Southern California Gas Company Steve Popkin – Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center Mark Rubin – Regional Properties Roger Rupp – Retired Member Zareh Sarrafian – Riverside University Health System Rob Starr – The Toro Company Yundra Thomas – Atchley & Associates Insurance Ron Thompson – UTC Aerospace Systems Matt Webb – Albert A. Webb & Associates Vita Willett – Kaiser Permanente Dr. Randal Wisbey – La Sierra University Leni Zarate – Riverside County Economic Development Joe Zichichi – Spectrum Business

Chamber Staff Cindy Roth, President/CEO Bethany Wiekamp, Communications Manager Nicholas Adcock, Vice President La Wanda Roy, Accounting/Human Resources Manager Katrina Lumague, Accounting Clerk Carole Slagle, Membership & Advertising Senior Sales Patricia Fierro, Membership & Advertising Sales Kara Coronado, Business Project Coordinator Sonja Chiado, Information Specialist Paige Hawkins, Special Events Coordinator Richard Prince, Community Development Coordinator Andrew Sall, Governmental Affairs Manager

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Chamber is Setting Goals to Continue Riverside’s Job Growth The year is off to a great start and the business community is very optimistic about the future in Riverside. With growth throughout the city and increased jobs anticipated for the region, the Chamber continues to find ways to strengthen and grow our local economy. The Chamber does this through events such as the Annual Board Conference where the Chamber’s Board of Directors and committee members met just last month. During this conference, we were able to set our goals and objectives for the coming year. This gives us the opportunity to collectively strategize and set objectives for job creation, Chamber member benefits, community development, enhancing the quality of life for residents, and continuing to advocate strongly at local, state, and federal levels. These goals were set with the mindset of how to best serve our member businesses and the business community. Additionally, the Chamber’s biggest networking event of the year, the Mega

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“This gives us the opportunity to collectively strategize and set objectives for job creation, community development, and legislative advocacy within the region.” was a great example of what the Chamber is all about, making connections and creating value for members.

Finally, Mayor Bailey reminded us of why Riverside continues to be a great place to live, study, work, and play at the 40th Annual State of the City Address. It was exciting to hear about the great successes celebrated in 2016 and how the power of partnership makes a big difference in our community. Mayor Bailey encouraged each attendee to step out and tell Riverside’s story of progress and prosperity so we can be known as a city that partners together to create solutions for the community. The Chamber looks forward to the possibilities of 2017 and the continued, collaborative efforts to highlight the community, improve the quality of life, and strengthen our local economy.

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City of Riverside is Poised and Ready for Growth and Unlimited Potential California Association of Governments which outlined the growth of Riverside. The population in the City of Riverside in 2012 was 310,700 and is projected to grow to 386,600 by 2040. Employment is also expected to grow. In 2012, employment was at 120,000 and is projected to grow to 200,500 by 2040.

Al Zelinka, Assistant City Manager for the City of Riverside, spoke recently at Good Morning Riverside about increased investment in the City of Riverside since the recession. The City reported that 5,609 permits were pulled this past year, which is an estimated $272 million being invested in the City through Chamber-advocated development projects, new construction, residents, and building updates. This is the highest dollar amount since 2007, which indicates a stronger local economy and better environment for Chamber members to conduct business. All seven Wards in the City have projects in the pipeline or are currently in progress towards completion. These projects include but are not limited to new housing, retail space, infrastructure improvements, and more. All these projects promote a healthy economy for businesses, attract new residents to the area, retain local students after graduation, and provide more amenities for current residents. Zelinka provided statistics from the Southern

The City has partnered with many local entities to make a difference in Riverside and to get the word out about new projects, city events, the business-friendly community, and how collaboration between business and community leaders make the difference. The Chamber looks forward to continuing as part of this collaboration to promote the community and build a stronger local economy for residents and businesses to live, work, and play.

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Business Leaders Support Efforts to Expand Transportation Services and Create Jobs Recently, the Chamber’s Board of Directors voted to support the expansion of rideshare services at Ontario International Airport (ONT) in order to reflect the airport’s growing rate of passenger travel. Specifically, the Chamber advocates for ONT to allow online transportation networks, to pick up arriving passengers curbside in order for Riverside to be recognized as a commuter-friendly city. With the growth of the Riverside Convention Center and many Downtown hotels, it is imperative to acquire additional transportation for convenient and affordable transport from ONT. By providing airport access to ridesharing companies, new jobs will be created in order to fulfill the heightened demand of convenient travel. ONT does not currently allow airport access to ridesharing companies who, in recent years, have become wildly popular alternative modes of transportation for visitors and commuters across the region. The recent transfer of ONT to local authorities will result in expanded travel and tourism

for the Inland Southern California region. The growing number of flights at ONT will create a bustling tourism environment where new options for transportation will become a necessity. Many travelers expect ridesharing companies to be readily available in most locations. By granting ONT airport access to these companies, travelers would be more likely to access the many great amenities across the region, providing a boost in tourism. Over the last five years, the Inland Southern California region has grown exponentially both economically and in terms of population. Furthermore, this growth has been complemented by the region’s rise in overall tourism as well as becoming a destination to hold conventions and business meetings. All of this has resulted in the greater demand by tourists, commuters, and individuals visiting on business to expand the options for convenient, affordable travel throughout the region. For more information, contact Andrew Sall at 951-683-7100 Ext. 220 or asall@riverside-chamber.com.

Expanding rideshare services at Ontario International Airport will enhance transportation options, create jobs, and make the Riverside Convention Center and downtown hotels more accessible from the airport.

Facing a budget deficit, Governor Brown aims to fund vacant judgeships and provide modest increase in education funding.

Chamber Applauds Governor’s Budget Aiming to Reallocate Judgeships Governor Jerry Brown recently released his 2017-2018 budget, which includes the reallocation of four superior court judges to regions experiencing high workloads. Securing additional judgeships for the Inland Southern California region would result in the easing of judicial congestion and allow more court cases to be filed locally. Moreover, while California is facing a potential budget deficit for the first time in four years, funding for education is expected to increase by 3%. In total, the Governor’s budget proposal includes $3.6 billion in funding for the Judicial Branch, $2.8 billion of which will be used to support trial court operations. The reallocation of four superior court trial judgeships to the Inland Southern California region would be of great benefit to local citizens, many of whom face extended delays

in having cases heard due to a shortage of local judges. Furthermore, bringing in additional judges would spare local citizens the inconvenience of having to travel to areas such as Los Angeles, Santa Ana, and San Diego to have their cases tried. Riverside’s State Senator, Richard Roth, made the following comment regarding the reallocation of judgeships, I am pleased to see the Governor continue to make our courts a priority by proposing a reallocation of four trial court judges to regions where they are most needed. This is critical to the adequate and speedy delivery of justice throughout California.” To thwart a potential deficit, the Governor issued a relatively modest budget for 20172018. For more information about budget proposal, visit www.ebudget.ca.gov.

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Chamber to Honor Dedication of Stan Morrison and Gresham Savage Hundreds of business and community leaders will join the Chamber to honor Stan Morrison of Pacific Premier Bank as the 2016 Citizen of the Year and Gresham Savage as the 2016 Business of the Year at the 117th Inaugural Celebration on March 23 at the Riverside Convention Center. The Chamber is proud to celebrate the achievements and dedication of both Morrison and Gresham Savage to serve the Riverside community.

Stan Morrison has defined his life through dedication and service to many worthy local causes, including the Olive Crest group homes for abused teenagers, the Inland Empire Boy Scouts of America, the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center, the ARC of Riverside County, the American Heart Association, and the American Diabetes Association. In addition to his dedication to volunteer organizations, he has contributed much of his time to collegiate athletics as well. During his time as the Athletic Director for the University of California, Riverside, Stan Morrison oversaw a transition for Highlander Athletics to NCAA Division I, and brought the campus to a total of 17 intercollegiate athletics programs in men’s and women’s competition. Under his tenure, the campus saw the addition of several athletics facilities, most notably, Amy S. Harrison field, the Highlander

Soccer Stadium, new locker rooms for men’s and women’s basketball, and a new outdoor strength training facility. With a 105-year track record of success, Gresham Savage is a leading business, litigation, real estate, environmental and land use law firm in Southern California. The firm’s 50-plus attorneys, practicing in offices in Riverside, San Bernardino, and across Southern California provide focused, cost-effective legal services to regional, national, and international companies. Many of the attorneys and staff at Gresham Savage have been actively involved with the Chamber and other non-profit organizations in the region to address critical challenges and improve the quality of life for local residents. Their team has been actively engaged in organizations like the Riverside Art Museum, La Sierra University Foundation Board of Directors, March of Dimes, United Way of the Inland Valleys, and the American Heart Association’s Heart Walk. For more information about the Chamber’s 117th Inaugural Celebration, sponsorship opportunities for businesses, or to register, contact Paige Hawkins at 951-683-7100 Ext. 211 or phawkins@riverside-chamber.com.

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The Downtown Parking Implementation Plan was approved by City Council—providing updated security features and enhanced wayfinding signage for the public—following recommendations from the Chamber.

City Council Approves an Enhanced Downtown Parking Solution following Chamber Advocacy City Council recently approved the proposed Downtown Parking Implementation Plan with Chamber-recommended modifications following the City’s parking study by Dixon Resources Unlimited. With new developments and successful entertainment and nightlife venues in Downtown, including shows at the Fox Theater and the Festival of Lights program, the City acknowledged the need to alter the way parking is handled in Riverside.

The City’s Public Works Department laid out an implementation plan following feedback from the community forums to create a proposal that would increase security and safety features for parking garages, alter parking rates, enhance current technology and infrastructure, and improve parking programs. The Chamber supported the following items approved by City Council: retaining the complimentary first 90 minutes in parking garages, charging a $5 flat rate parking fee on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings from 9:00 PM to 3:00 AM rather than the intended 6:00 PM to 12:00 AM,

and ensuring revenue funds to be distributed directly for parking infrastructure maintenance and management. In addition, the Chamber also made the following recommendations that are currently being reviewed for potential consideration: developing a parking master plan, investing in technological applications for wayfinding and payment, and investigating privatization of parking garages. With the approved changes for the Downtown Parking Implementation Plan, the City expects to earn approximately $500,000 in revenue. Enhancements such as increased security, wayfinding signage, upgraded parking meters, and more will provide additional benefits to the public to create a more convenient system for parking Downtown. The Chamber will remain active throughout the process as this implementation plan enriches the community, while building a stronger local economy. For more information, contact Kara Coronado at 951-683-7100 Ext. 210 or kcoronado@riverside-chamber.com.

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Riverside Public Utilities Welcomes New Leadership Riverside Public Utilities (RPU) welcomes Assistant General Manager of Operational Technology Mujib Lodhi, to the RPU family, and congratulates current RPU team members Daniel Garcia as the new Assistant General Manager of Power Resources and George Hanson as the Assistant General Manager of Energy Delivery. “Mujib, Daniel and George have all contributed greatly to the utility industry through leadership roles, positive project results and expansion of industry standards. We are excited and grateful to have them joining our executive management team to start the New Year,” said General Manager Girish Balachandran. Mujib Lodhi joins RPU from Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission with more than 15 years of experience in information technology management and leadership roles in academia and the water/wastewater industry. Daniel Garcia has more than 30 years of experience in the electric utilities industry and joined the City of Riverside in 2007. He started his utility career in 1984 as an engineering aide and has held various

George Hanson has served in a variety of roles with RPU since June 2010, including engineering manager and electric field manager. The Chamber congratulates RPU on their new team members and looks forward to continuing their partnership with RPU.

Riverside Chevrolet Hires New General Manager Riverside Chevrolet in the Riverside Auto Center is pleased to announce Mike Sego as the new General Manager. Sego was introduced recently at the Chamber’s Good Morning Riverside and was a speaker at the latest INSIDE Arlington. Riverside Chevrolet has served San Bernardino and Riverside Chevrolet customers with a large comprehensive vehicle inventory with service and community involvement that goes the extra mile. Riverside Chevrolet is a name that has been trusted since 1997. As a family-owned and operated Chevrolet dealership, they aim to help customers find a vehicle that fits their needs and then help keep it in top condition. As Riverside’s Chevrolet dealer, they serve all customers with honesty, integrity, and a genuine commitment to customer service.

The Chamber looks forward to continue working with Sego in addition to the Riverside Auto Center to meet their sales goals in order build a stronger local economy for members and local businesses. Bob Restifo Announced as Ambassador of the Month The Chamber recently announced Bob Restifo as the Ambassador of the Month. Restifo is the Owner and Manager of A1 Computer Consulting. He has been doing CA Licensed Microsoft Windows mobile and remote computer repairs and sales for over 33 years. It includes network computer hardware and software service with free advice and estimates. Restifo became an Ambassador to reach out to new business owners and remind them of the benefits associated with their Chamber membership, and to help promote and support them as they grow. He believes he has done more business networking and received more leads since joining the Chamber and wants the same for everyone. Restifo is also affiliated with Toastmasters and his company is an Authorized Partner for most major Windows hardware and software companies. To learn more about becoming an Ambassador, contact Paige Hawkins at 951-683-7100 Ext. 211 or phawkins@riverside-chamber.com.

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Recognized at the State of the City Address with the Award of Distinction, the Riverside Community College District Centennial Plaza & Henry W. Coil Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts brings new light to Downtown Riverside.

Funds raised go directly to assist military installations such as the Military Appreciation Picnic where 5,000 meals are served, sponsor the Raincross Trophy Dinner, and

host the Navy Birthday Ball where $10,000 is donated to The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. These funds are also used for the protection, awareness, and expansion of military operations at March Air Reserve Base and Naval Surface Warfare Center – Corona Division. To join the effort in supporting local members of the Armed Forces, purchase a decal through a $20 tax-deductible contribution to the Military Appreciation Program. Additional decals are only $5 each. For more information or to place an order, contact Andrew Sall at 951-683-7100 Ext. 220 or asall@riverside-chamber.com.

Riverside Businesses Awarded for Community Beautification Keep Riverside Clean & Beautiful (KRCB) presented Beautification Awards at the State of the City Address to a host of properties throughout the City of Riverside. This year’s Award of Distinction was awarded to Riverside Community College District Centennial Plaza & Henry W. Coil, Sr. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts. These awards are a way of recognizing local property owners for their hard work and dedication to community beautification and sustainable business practices. KRCB would like to thank Michael J. Elderman Photography, Milestone Media for the video production, and the KRCB Advisory Board for judging the properties. This year, 61 properties were nominated.

KRCB recently completed the Community Appearance Index (CAI) judging tour. Each year KRCB judges the city’s appearance in five areas: litter, graffiti, illegal signage, abandoned/junk vehicles and outside storage. It serves as a critical tool in determining the overall cleanliness of the city while assisting KRCB with project placement throughout the year. It also provides Keep America Beautiful with nationwide data and is an annual requirement to maintain good standing. The results of KRCB’s CAI will be posted in March by Council Ward and to the KRCB website at www.krcb.com. To volunteer for upcoming KRCB cleanups, contact KRCB at 951-683-7100 Ext. 212.

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Member Anniversaries “Our twenty-year partnership and journey with the Chamber has been a most rewarding experience. To be part of the army of Chamber volunteers working towards improving local economy, legislative bills, social and community sustainable growth, while providing us with the opportunity to make informed decisions, connections, and contacts has exceeded our expectations to grow our business with dividends.” George Hoanzl Owner Jaguar Computer Systems

60 to 63 Years

Riverside County Assessor–   County Clerk-Recorder Riverside Medical Clinic   Charitable Foundation Riverside Public Utilities

Automobile Club   of Southern California Bourns, Inc.

40 to 42 Years

BMW of Riverside Sherman Indian High School

32 to 35 Years

Gless Ranch Kaiser Permanente   Medical Center, Riverside

21 to 26 Years

Evergreen Memorial Park  Mausoleum/Crematory HASCO Heating Airconditioning   Service Co, Inc. Paychex, Inc.

Downs Energy Dresmann Promotional Products Scott Hooks KB Home, Inc. Love Dog’s World Riverside County Child Care Consortium Riverside Metro Auto Group TDA Investments Tom Wathen Center   at Historic Flabob Airport Tyler Springs Apartments

16 to 20 Years

Advanced Tax Solutions Days Inn – Riverside/Tyler Mall Janet Goeske Foundation Perfect Form Riverside County   Building Industry Association Stronghold Engineering, Inc. Swenson Corporation

6 to 10 Years

Aerotek, Inc. Carpets By Duane, Inc. First 5 Riverside First Christian Church & Nursery School Integrity HR, Inc.

11 to 15 Years

Anderson & Association, CPA The Boeing Co.

JJC Project Mgmt Group, Inc. Riverside Adult School Riverside County   Transportation Commission Riverside East Rotary Riverside University   Health System Foundation Sunrise Senior Living at Canyon Crest WCI Real Estate

1 to 5 Years A to Z Printing Co. A1 Computer Consulting Actuarial Consultant, Inc. – ACI Alta Vista South Public Charter School Arlington Plaza Arrowhead Credit Union

Azusa Pacific University –   Inland Empire Regional Center Bullseyesport, LLC Carollo Engineers Catechin Holding, Ltd. ChildNet Youth & Family Services/   Foster Family Network IE CM School Supply Commercial Air & Refrigeration, Inc. Danmar Insurance Services Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp. Hyatt Ward Advertising, Inc. Immanuel Lutheran Church & School Ivonne Welch Insurance Agency Lexus of Riverside Assemblymember Jose Medina Michele Gutman Health Coaching Optimum Group LLC Pacific Coast Landscaping and Design, Inc. Pacific Medical Building Realm Group So Cal Tri-Counties Branch Int’l Dyslexia Assn. Specs Vision Care Spring Mountain Ranch - A Community by iStar Steele Financial Group Tax & Growth Solutions Consultants Terracon Consultants, Inc. Western States Petroleum Assn. Windermere Real Estate Tower Properties

Member Highlights

The Chamber’s current Leadership Riverside class engages in Arts and Culture Day to learn about the importance of the arts to the City of Riverside and how to preserve its legacy.

Chamber members and community leaders have the opportunity to make connections with over 1,100 guests at the State of the City Address.

Various speakers, such as City Manager John Russo, are invited to speak at Business In Action every week at the Chamber to engage and connect with members about local news in Riverside.

Welcome to the Chamber “We view our new membership with the Chamber as an excellent way to connect with the business community and other non-profits for more effective partnerships and collaboration as well as communicate the great things going on in our city.” Lynn Heatley Founder/Director Love Riverside

The Campus Culture Group

Envoy Mortgage

Christopher Dennis 3250 Market St. #409 Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 385-6826 • www.campusculturegroup.com Educational Services

Viwanda Murdock 6700 Indiana Ave. #270 Riverside, CA 92506 (951) 205-1220 https://vmurdock-envoy.mortgagewebcenter.com Mortgages

Citizens United for Resources and the Environment, Inc. Malissa McKeith 2873 Rumsey Dr. Riverside, CA 92506 (213) 300-3550 • www.curegroup.org Community Organizations

Coco’s Restaurant Linda Conrad 1303 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92501 (951) 683-5825 • www.cocosbakery.com Restaurants

DCH Subaru of Riverside Ken Colson 8069 Indiana Ave. Riverside, CA 92504 (951) 331-7060 • www.dchsubaruofriverside.com Automobile Dealers

Freedom Equity Group & SEG Warriors TL Weathers 6391 Magnolia Ave. #D Riverside, CA 92506 (951) 462-1155 • www.coachtl.com Insurance

Get Froze Cryotherapy Erin Denti 6794 Brockton Ave. Riverside, CA 92506 (951) 990-1805 uskotraining.com/2016/12/get-froze-cryotherapystudio-is-now-open-inside-usko-riverside/ Health Clubs/Fitness

Guthrie Companies Debbi Guthrie 1451 Research Park Dr. #200 • Riverside, CA 92507 (951) 784-7238 Public Relations/Government Affairs

IEHP - Inland Empire Health Plan

Love Riverside

Bradley Gilbert 10801 6th St. #120 Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 (909) 890-2010 • www.iehp.org Health Care/HMO

Lynn Heatley PO Box 52442 Riverside, CA 92517 (909) 815-5992 • www.loveriverside.org Community Organizations

Inland Empire 66’ers Baseball Club

Phase Wellness and Weight Management

Ryan English 280 South E. St. San Bernardino, CA 92401 (909) 888-9922 www.ie66ers.com Professional Sports Organization

Carol Larnito 3610 Central Ave. #437 Riverside, CA 92506 (661) 333-6440 • www.phasewellness.com Health Care/Health & Wellness Products

Prism Aerospace, Inc.

Inland Mechanical Services, Inc.

Julius Todd Nelson 13445 Estelle St. Corona, CA 92879 (951) 582-2850 • www.prismaerospace.com Manufacturers/Aerospace

Leonel Trujillo 1709 Rimpau Ave. #107 Corona, CA 92881 (800) 405-6012 www.inlandmechanicalservices.com Air Conditioning/Sales & Installation

Innovative Education Management/Sky Mountain Shana Fisk 1423 W. State St. Redlands, CA 92373 (909) 793-2762 www.ieminc.org Community Organizations

Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Jessenia Tate 11150 Magnolia Ave. Riverside, CA 92505 (951) 334-8725 • www.jacksonhewitt.com Accounting/Tax Service

SEM Tech Social Media Nuno Fraire San Bernardino, CA 92410 (909) 246-8665 • www.semtechmedia.com Internet Marketing/SEO

Sol’s Assistant Services Marisol Rivera Riverside, CA 92504 (951) 236-4330 • solsassistants.weebly.com Business Services

Vantage Oncology Jana Arelleno 6939 Palm Ct. Riverside, CA 92506 (951) 683-6771 www.riversideradiationoncology.com Medical Groups/Clinics


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to step forward and share their works with the public.

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Damien O’Farrell stated that homelessness in Riverside is a challenging, but solvable, issue as the City is partnering with Path of Life, the County of Riverside, and other entities to offer more services to homeless individuals in the community. Drew Oberjuerge highlighted Riverside Art Museum’s efforts to outreach in the community and encourage more artists in new mediums

In education, Renee Hill of Riverside Unified School District stressed the need for K-12 and higher education institutions to partner with the business community to prepare students to succeed once they enter the workforce. The Chamber was proud to host Mayor Bailey and the panelists to encourage more partnerships between the private, public, and non-profit sectors to further Riverside’s economic growth and quality of life.

Chamber Offers Solution to Ensure Members are HR Compliant All 2016 California Compliance Posters need to be updated and replaced for 2017. The Chamber is offering compliance posters at a discounted rate to keep members compliant and to help avoid fines inflicted on local businesses. Failure to post the new 2017 posters in a visible place could result in up to $17,000 in fines. January 1, 2017 is the legal deadline for all new compliance posters to be posted.

section entitled “Notice to Employees – Injuries Caused by Work” to all compliance posters. A compliance poster must be posted at all physical business locations. Posters are also offered in Spanish if Spanish-speaking employees are present. The posters are 26” x 39.75” and should easily fit on a door, in a break room, or in a hallway.

All 17 California and federal notices every California business must post are found on one compact poster. California’s Division of Workers’ Compensation has recently added a

Order your poster by visiting the Chamber’s Online Store at www.riverside-chamber.com. For more information, contact Sonja Chiado at 951-683-7100 Ext. 208 or schiado@ riverside-chamber.com. *Please allow necessary time for shipping and processing of all orders.

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CHAMBER CALENDAR

Stay connected with the Chamber and create your next business opportunity at one of our signature events. Visit www.riverside-chamber.com or call 951-683-7100 for more information on any of the Chamber’s events. EVERY WED

TUE | FEB 21

Business In Action

INSIDE Hunter Park

7:15 AM • CHAMBER’S BOURNS BOARDROOM BIA is a place to make connections with an opportunity to hear various speakers on business- related subjects. This committee helps develop strong business ties and new business opportunities.

7:15 AM • K&N ENGINEERING 1455 W CITRUS ST Make your next business contact with other business leaders in your community. This month, K&N Engineering will be hosting the event to update you on all the upcoming projects and news in the Hunter Park Business Council.

THU | FEB 9

WED | FEB 22

Good Morning Riverside 7:00 AM • THE MISSION INN HOTEL & SPA 3649 MISSION INN AVE Sponsored by Janet Goeske Foundation, the Chamber will host business and community leaders as keynote speaker Mike Hestrin, District Attorney with the County of Riverside updates members on the latest news impacting the region.

FRI | FEB 10

AfterHours Business Mixer 5:30 PM • MARRIOTT RIVERSIDE AT THE CONVENTION CENTER • 3400 MARKET ST Marriott Riverside at the Convention Center will host this month’s AfterHours Business Mixer as they showcase their beautiful hotel, located in the heart of historic downtown area. Admission is free! Enjoy delicious hors d’oeuvres, win door prizes, and increase your visibility all in one night.

Governmental Affairs Council (GAC) 12:00 PM • CHAMBER’S BOURNS BOARDROOM GAC will host new Assemblymember Sabrina Cervantes as she gives a legislative priorities update. Members of the committee review and take positions on a range of business related legislation and issues and vote to approve any legislative positions that align with the Board-approved policy platform.

TUE | FEB 14

FRI | FEB 24 Business Seminar Series 7:30 AM - CHAMBER’S BOURNS BOARDROOM Industry experts will provide best practices, resources, and guidelines for businesses to compete for Riverside City and County government contracts. Presenting on this topic will be Procurement & Contract Specialist Shiloh Rogers for the City of Riverside and Virginia Wilson, Contract Compliance Officer for Riverside County.

Business Education Partnership Council (BEP) 7:30 AM • CHAMBER’S BOURNS BOARDROOM Dr. Judy White, recently-selected Riverside County Superintendent of Schools, will present to the BEP Council and share her vision and priorities for the County. The Chamber’s BEP Council identifies education and workforce development priorities in our community and takes positions for Chamber action.

TUE | FEB 28 Economic Development Council (EDC) 7:30 AM – CHAMBER’S BOURNS BOARDROOM The EDC provides a basis for the Chamber to act on local, state and federal economic development issues, thus creating a favorable and profitable business climate for the region.

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