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ROSEVILLE

INSIGHT

July/August 2013

The Money Issue

Marketing with the Chamber: A Bottom Line Benefit Grocery Innovation Brings Profits

Signs of Workers’ Compensation Fraud

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE


Annual awards presented at Roseville 2013 sponsored by the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and GALLINA LLP

And the Winners are...

Business Person of the Year

Pat Brady, Sutter Roseville Medical Center (left) pictured with Reed Matthews, GALLINA LLP

Entrepreneur Award

Cameron Diviak, Nothing Bundt Cakes (right) pictured with Mark Bellows, GALLINA LLP

Young Professional of the Year

Tony Lopez, PRIDE Industries (left) pictured with Carey Cadle, GALLINA LLP


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Happy Hour, Business Showcase & Mixer and Roseville 2013 photos courtesy of Lang Lew Photography.

Think outside the box and spend your marketing dollars with the Roseville Chamber.

Learn the signs of Workers’ Comp. Fraud.

COUNTY UPDATE Placer County approves budget.

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Which businesses celebrated their membership with the Chamber?

RENEWING MEMBERS Which businesses have renewed their membership?

WHAT’S HAPPENING? Don’t miss our next event. You may just find your next lead!

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Member taps into making a difference on an organic level.

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Students learn money management skills.

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EDUCATION UPDATE

Business Awards presented at Roseville 2013 - Young Professional of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Entrepreneur Award

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT 2013 Officers

Richard Robinson

President

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Richard Robinson

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

President-Elect Randy Wilson

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Secretary/Treasurer Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Past President Jeff Ronten

D.F. Properties, Inc. & Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Janette Moynier First Bank

Economic & Government Affairs Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Membership Development Jared Thomas DC Thomas Chiropractic

2013 Board of Directors Ed Benoit

TRI Commerical Real Estate

Krista Bernasconi KFB Public Affairs

Pat Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Michelle Cannon

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

Nicole Kaminski Crate&Barrel

Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

Natasha Mata

Wells Fargo Bank

Jeremiah Miller Forging Leaders

Eddie Ollmann

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Dave Piches

Piches Architecture

Kim Silvers

Silvers HR LLC

Kirk Taber

Taber Creative Group

Frank Trythall GALLINA LLP

Brian Whitmore

Williams + Paddon Architects + Planners

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Celebrating a Packed Room M

ay’s Roseville 2013 was a resounding success. Amongst the outstanding speaker, interesting breakout sessions and informative business displays, this year’s event had something we haven’t seen in a while – a packed room. Not only did our signature business event sell out for the first time since 2006, but we actually could have added significantly to the 650 in attendance had we enjoyed a larger venue. While much of the event’s success is attributed to the fine work of our event tri-chairs and their dedicated committee members, our turnout is an indication of something even more exciting – Roseville is back and better than ever. A recent article in the Sacramento Business Journal, “Roseville – Sacramento’s Twin City?,” revealed the same, asserting that Roseville has become the place in the region to live, work and do business. The article explains that with Sacramento’s flooding concerns and Roseville 2013 Tri-Chairs (L to R): Stephanie Dement, lack of undeveloped land, businesses, Brandman University; Kim Pellow, Brandman University: and families and employees are flocking Bonnie Gore, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center to Roseville – so much so that the region could one day have more of “a twin-cities feel, than one where Sacramento is the main draw from surrounding suburban communities.” At the Roseville Chamber, we are feeling this momentum as well. Not only did we pack the room for Roseville 2013, but we have seen a significant bump this year in new members and sponsorships. For instance, this year more businesses have joined the President’s Circle, our top sponsorship opportunity, than ever before, helping raise over $225,000 for the Chamber, which we are utilizing to ensure Roseville remains business friendly. So, let’s celebrate our packed room at Roseville 2013. It truly is an indication of so much more.

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Director of Administration Jackie Snider

Chamber Program Equips Future Leaders T

he Roseville Chamber of Commerce celebrates the graduation of the Leadership Roseville Class of 2012-2013.

Over the past nine months these outstanding community members met once a month to gain a broader perspective of the way business and government affect the Roseville community. The program is designed to stimulate and inform future leaders and volunteers. I want to congratulate all of our Leadership Roseville 2012-2013 graduates and commend them on their interest in continuing to step up and to serve the community, whether on local commissions or in our city. From a tour of the City of Roseville jail, to a behind-the-scenes look at the Hewlett Packard campus, participants learned about a wide range of topics that impact everyday life in the area. As a class, they were tasked with hosting a Career Fair for students at Adelante High School. Feedback received from high school staff about the difference this career fair makes in the lives of local students has been tremendous.

Leadership Roseville Class of 2013

“The partnership that the Roseville Chamber of Commerce has supported between the Roseville Leadership Classes, for the past 12 years, and Adelante High School has brought to our students opportunities and experiences that would have otherwise never been realized,” said Katie Palatinus, of Adelante High School. “There is no way our small staff could ever replicate the time, effort, conversations and different perspectives that the Roseville Leadership Classes bring to the table every year.”

Controller

Nancy Strand

Accounting Assistant Uugii Tsenddorj

Communications Specialist Sara Seyydin

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Katie Delyon

Membership Services Coordinator Richanne Roope

Advertising & Membership Development Michelle Culbertson

Membership Development Representative Gisele Rhodes

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Roseville Chamber of Commerce 650 Douglas Blvd Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 783-8136 Follow us on:

A publication of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce, the Insight newsletter is produced bi-monthly.

As a member of the business community, I hope you will consider applying for this worthwhile program. The information you will learn about our community and the connections you make will help knit the fabric of our community for years to come.

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Applications are currently being accepted for the Leadership Roseville Class of 2013-2014. To apply, visit www.rosevillechamber.com. Applications are due July 26, 2013.

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“My experience during Leadership Roseville was eye-opening. Each session provided new insight into the inner-workings of our great community. I would recommend this program for anyone looking to be a part of Roseville’s future.” Nic Delyon, Delyon Wealth Management

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay, is proud to be an accredited fourstar Chamber of Commerce. The Accreditation Program was instituted by the U.S. Chamber to recognize effective organization performance. Only 10% of the Chambers throughout the nation successfully complete the accreditation process for this voluntary program and less than 1.2% achieve four-star status.

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Through the Roseville Chamber of Commerce member businesses have access to a cost-effective menu of advertising options that puts them at the forefront in the community. When a business markets through the Roseville Chamber, its message reaches a targeted audience of more than 1,200 influential businesses and 3,500 community members. Many of these businesses prefer to do business with fellow Roseville Chamber members. When considering how to best market your business, remember that the Roseville Chamber strives to provide the most value and exposure to our members.

DIGITAL PRINT

Website..........................$80 - $1,800 eBlast....................................................$200 SEO Listings......................$29 - $59 Event Sponsorships..............$100+

Insight Newsletter .......................$90 - $600 Quarterly Placemat..............................$225/qtr CD Membership Roster...............................$150 4-Star Lobby Display..........................$50/qtr

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Print Collateral in Lobby Networking Table at Luncheon Ribbon Cuttings

Social Media Mentions Non-Profit PSA Board Listing in Member Directory

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For more information on advertising opportunites with the Rosevile Chamber of Commerce, please contact Michelle Culbertson, Advertising & Membership Rep directly at (916) 757-6881, or email michelle@rosevillechamber.com.

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“I utilized the Roseville Chamber of Commerce’s e-blast advertising for the first time several months ago. Not knowing what to expect, I was truly amazed when I received multiple responses within just 24 hours. Decisions to try something different can be difficult; however, with these results, I will definitely do it again!� Sharon Brown Bright Beginnings

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Whole Foods Market Innovates Grocery Experience S

ince Whole Foods Market opened its doors, it has always celebrated the difference natural and organic products can make in their customers’ lives. Over the years, this company has grown by providing products in their stores that are of the highest quality. Aside from staying true to this core value, they have continued to be innovative in the services and programs they offer to their customers – a strategy that businesses of any size must employ to stay relevant over time. A glimpse at their active Facebook page reveals a company that has taken the initiative to engage their customers beyond the check stand. “Social Media has been a great way to communicate with our customers by using Facebook and Instagram,” said Jill Miller, marketing team leader and community relations for Whole Foods Market. “We can share pictures of products, team members and store events.” Recently, Whole Foods Market in Roseville utilized Facebook to reveal a new, full-service taproom in the local market. Patrons can find 8 beers on tap, a variety of local wines and a menu of traditional pub fare. Later this month, Whole Foods will be hiring a Healthy Eating Educator. The educator will offer simple cooking demonstrations and store tours and participate in community events. Miller said this is another way Whole Foods Market has taken an innovative approach to meeting their customers’ needs. “This is very exciting and a big differentiator for Whole Foods Market,” Miller said. “This team member will serve as a passionate advocate for the company to educate our customers and team members about healthy eating.”

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Look for These Signs of Workers’ Compensation Fraud W

orkers’ Compensation Fraud poses a huge problem in California. Fraudulent claims cost jobs and undermine the integrity of the system, causing unnecessary delays in treating real injuries and casting a shadow over thousands of legitimate claims that are filed each year. Everyone suffers because of workers’ compensation fraud. Tax dollars are wasted, the prices of consumer goods increases and employers and legitimately injured workers lose money. The District Attorney’s Workers’ Compensation Fraud Unit serves the counties of Placer, Amador and Calaveras. The unit pursues an aggressive approach to identify, investigate and prosecute workers’ compensation fraud. If you suspect any fraudulent activity, please contact them at www.stopworkcompfraud.org or (209) 223-6444.

The most common types of workers’ compensation fraud include: Claimant Fraud •Claiming a job-related injury that never occurred •Claiming a non-work related injury as a work-related injury •Obtaining other employment while allegedly disabled and not reporting the income •Exaggeration of symptoms •Falsifying reports, i.e., mileage, disability, medical Employer Fraud •Underreporting payroll or misclassifying employees for lower insurance premiums •Dissuading employees from claiming job-related injuries or seeking medical attention •Knowingly failing to have necessary workers’ compensation insurance coverage Medical Provider Fraud •Billing for services or treatment never performed •Providing unnecessary testing or treatment of injured worker for financial benefit

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COUNTY UPDATE Jack Duran

Supervisor - District 1

$690.5M County Budget Approved I

n 2012 the Placer County Board of Supervisors adopted a new multi-year budget strategy to ensure its resources are spent on the services and programs that are most vital to county residents. I strongly supported the strategy because, similar to business revenue and expense forecasting, it will help the Board ensure Placer County spends available revenue where it will do the most good. Currently, our multi-year budget model forecasts revenues and expenses in a five year cycle. On June 4, the board approved a proposed $690.5 million budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year that is consistent with the new strategy. The new multiyear budget strategy is already paying dividends. It provided a framework for a funding plan that will allow us to accomplish one of my top priorities: opening the new correctional facility at the Bill Santucci Justice Center in Roseville. On May 7, the board approved plans for a phased opening set to begin in early in 2014. The facility opening will provide much needed security and safety improvements for our correctional operations team, as a result of the impacts of AB 109 Correctional Realignment.

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The new budget strategy will serve Placer County well into the future. It is a common-sense, business-based, cost-effective approach that will help us maintain the best possible service to the public. As we anticipate growing revenues in the future, the

multi-year strategy will also pay large dividends in permitting the Board to locate funding for critical economic development projects and programs for our County’s growing business community, of which I am a proud member.

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EUREKA UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT UPDATE Linda Rooney Superintendent

Students Learn Money Management Skills I

nnovative, engaging and relevant learning opportunities abound in the Eureka Union School District. Students are challenged with activities centered upon fiscal responsibility and financial planning. Third graders plan, organize and prepare for a “grade level swap meet” with proceeds donated to a global charity, while fourth graders research the importance of the Gold Rush on the California economy. Sixth graders create household budgets, assuming roles of adults, with “occupations” and “salaries” to create viable budgets for their families. Fifth graders prepare budgets, including mileage and other expense calculations to plan summer vacations to visit historic sites in the United States. Seventh graders use actual catalogs, sale flyers and other authentic promotional materials to calculate discounts and exercise wise consumer decisions. Eighth graders write letters to parents recommending and justifying either the lease or purchase of car of their choice, following systematic use of mathematical equations, graphing and data analysis leading to their conclusions and recommendations. Through their participation in activities such as these, our students demonstrate mastery of 21st Century skills and enjoy the challenges of learning together.

Financial Wisdom from an Ambassador Garrett Vanneman, CFP BLUEPRINT Financial and Insurance Services LLC Visit www.blueprintfinancialllc.com to learn more, or call (916) 788-1812 Q:

What should be a top financial priority for people this time of year?

A: Considering the great market performance over the last four years, it is a good time to quantify the amount of risk you are currently taking in your portfolio. Reallocating and adding new/different types of investments to your portfolio can help reduce volatility. Q: What is one thing small businesses owners can do today to be more fiscally sound? A: Business owners need to spend time working on their business as well as in their business. For example: a dentist spends most of his time working with patients. Time must also be spent evaluating the business (i.e. Is my waiting room inviting? What kind of atmosphere does my staff present? Is our billing system accurate and timely?). Q: What is one thing each household can do to be more fiscally sound? A: HAVE A STRATEGY! If you set a goal, now you have an achievable objective. The two main reasons people fail are: 1) they don’t have a plan; 2) they procrastinate. Q: What is your favorite benefit of belonging to the Roseville Chamber of Commerce? A: The Roseville Chamber has allowed us to create strategic alliances with other members. Our clients are always appreciative when we are able to refer them to another great member we know personally.

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ribbon cuttings

United Law Center

Women’s Success Today

REO Mechanical

A Voice for Seniors

Qwest for Community

Lambert Funeral Home

Imagine Music

Vibes Hair Salon

State Farm Insurance Stephanie Bader

Welcome

New Members

ABT Plumbing & Drain Service Inc. Affordable Trenchless & Pipe Lining AmiHR Cafe Americano Carson Landscape Cherie Dasmacci Real Estate Cochrane & Wagemann Commercial Roof Care Inc. Creative Fitness Horizons, LLC Curves Designs by Kathrynne & Skin by Camille @ Salon Hermosa Energy 2001, Inc. Faith Baptist Church G and G Window Cleaning Golden Coast Construction and Restoration

Home Advantage Senior Care Insphere Insurance Solutions Iron Horse Media, LLC Kelly-Moore Paints Kniesel’s Collision Centers La Bella Baskets Life Options for Seniors Marlys Thompson Associates Measure Up Home Inspection Services Merryhill School Microsoft Midas Speedee Mountain Mike’s Pizza & Sierra Frozen Yogurt My Thai Table Nationwide Insurance - Steven Mullaney NorCal Emergency Medical Training

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Patriot IT Penguin’s Catering Inc. Qwest for Community, Nonprofit RC Pacific Construction Roseville Grocery Outlet Roseville Wellness Pavilion Roundhouse Deli Seckora Consulting Senator Jim Nielsen Serpentarium Shop A Holic Slatecreek Realty The Joint...The Chiropractic Place The Taylor House The Wells Group Urgent MD Vibes Hair Salon

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Renewals

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24 Hour Recreational Storage ADA Consultant Services API-Marketing Boomerang Business Solutions Brookfields Restaurant Check Point Screening CKM Staffing Inc. Employers Select Insurance Services Inc. Fair Share Tax Negotiations John Adams Academies Inc. Juice Plus+ Katz & Associates KCSO Telemundo 33 KDandC Law Offices of Joanna R. Mendoza PC LPL Financial Maid in America Make It Happen! McDonald’s - Galleria Blvd. McGee & Thielen Insurance Brokers New Dawn Recovery Centers New York Life - Michael Bullington North American Home Services Northwind Property Management Prestwood IT Solutions Primerica Financial RFE Engineering, Inc. Ronald “Scott” Owens, Placer Cnty. Dist. Attorney Roseville Community Development Corporation Roseville Library Foundation Roseville Police Officers Association Sally Galli Consulting

Sharon Telles-RE/MAX Gold SmartNet Strategies South Placer Rotary Club Stanton Optical Stone Consulting Group Strategies to Empower People Sweet Stuff Cakery TNI The Network Vanir Development Company, Inc. Walgreens

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Asset Vu Real Estate Brokerage Better Homes Realty California Gold Boden Klein & Sneesby Bubba’s Auto Care Coldwell Banker - Natalie Whistler Cybertary.com Diane Falzarano, CPA Drexel University Fuel Creative Group German Auto Service Granite Pointe Eye Care, Inc. Jeff Frerichs Floors Kirk Uhler-Placer Co. District 4 Supervisor Kistner Insurance Services, LLC La Provence Restaurant & Terrace Lyon Real Estate - Lance Reginato McDonald’s - Stanford Ranch Rd. Paul’s Safe & Lock PrimePay Promotions by Schneider Ronald Rasi, DDS Roseberry Home Care Inc. (Residential Care Facility)

Saint Rose School Smile Island Pediatric & Adult Dental Group Springhill Suites by Marriott Staybridge Suites SunDance Interiors The Original Pancake House Thyme Is Precious Personal Chef Service Union Bank - Pleasant Grove USA Properties Fund Inc. Webster Planning Corporation Weideman Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics William Jessup University Williams, Hansen & Associates, Inc.

Mojica Architecture Studio Nordstrom Placer Insurance Agency Roseville Historical Society Roseville Home Start, Inc. Sierra College Blvd. Self Storage The MacDiarmid Company Vision Quest Information Solutions, Inc. Westpark Associates

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Coker-Ewing First Bank Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Hagans Roofing Liberty Mutual MillerCoors Performing Arts of Roseville Piches Architecture WestAmerica Bank

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Roller King Skating Center Placer County Fair & Event Center Melba Erven

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Bright Now Dental Pleasant Grove

Mountain Mike’s Pizza Sierra Frozen Yogurt

Bright Now Dental Sunrise

Serpentarium

Microsoft

Alta Manor

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what’s happening PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO KNOW IN JULY/AUGUST

chamber luncheon

FRIDAY

19 AUGUST 16 JULY

networking breakfast

25 AUGUST22 JULY

how to register visit rosevillechamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am WEDNESDAY SPLASH COMMITTEE 3:30 pm

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THURSDAY SEO TRAINING 10:00 am - 11:00 am FRIDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Hyatt Place, 220 Conference Center Dr. FRIDAY RIVERCATS WITH THE CHAMBER IGNITE EVENT 5:00 pm Raley Field, 400 Ballpark Dr. West Sacramento MONDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Phoenix Risk Management 140 Diamond Creek Place

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FREE with Membership $25 non-members Speaker: Maureen Dudley/SBDC Topic: Creating Successful Email Marketing Campaigns

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CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. Topic: City Update Speaker: Ray Kerridge, City Manager Sponsored by: Metro PCS Catered by: Chili’s

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FRIDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Hyatt Place, 220 Conference Center Dr.

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WEDNESDAY SPLASH COMMITTEE 3:30 pm

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TUESDAY BECOME COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 8:30 am

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. Topic: Streamline Social Media Marketing Speaker: Jeremy Theisen, SureWest Directories Sponsored by: Home Helpers Catered by: Thyme is Precious

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MONDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Paul Martin’s American Grill, 1455 Eureka Rd #100

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 8:00 am - 9:00 am

TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FREE with Membership $25 non-members Speaker: Deidre Trudeau, Women’s Success Today Topic: Great Branding Looks Good But Sells Even Better

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WEDNESDAY SPLASH COMMITTEE 3:30 pm

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WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

NETWORKING BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Placer County Food Bank

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FREE with Membership $25 non-members Speaker: Kim Silvers, Silvers HR LLC Topic: Finding the Keepers

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WEDNESDAY SPEED NETWORKING 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Location: Sierra View Country Club

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WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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THURSDAY NETWORKING BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Roseville Electric

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TUESDAY MIXING IT UP IN GRANITE BAY 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Quarry Ponds Town Center 5550 Douglas Blvd

TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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