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ROSEVILLE

INSIGHT July/August 2014

Roseville an Now All-America City AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


July/August

Roseville 2014 photos courtesy of Lang Lew Photography.

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Don’t miss our upcoming events. You may just find a hot new lead!

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

Participants Graduating from Leadership Roseville

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Ribbon Cuttings celebrating businesses in Roseville

What businesses have renewed their membership?

President Circle Members

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Denio’s makes shopping a new experience

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RETAIL REVIEW

National University settles in the heart of Roseville

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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Learn about when Roseville was an All-America City

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ALL-AMERICA CITY - LOOKING BACK TO THE BIG WIN

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Roseville still making the grade

COUNTY UPDATE

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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New Members See the Value in Joining the Roseville Chamber!

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT 2014 Officers

Randy Wilson

President

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Randy Wilson

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

President-Elect Kim Silvers

Silvers HR LLC

Secretary/Treasurer Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Past President

Richard Robinson

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Brian Whitmore

Roseville Still Making the Grade S

igns all over the city once proclaimed Roseville as the All America City. I assumed this was part of a local promotional campaign, not realizing the All America City Award is actually bestowed by the National Civic League, and recognition as an All

BCA Architects

Economic & Government Affairs Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Membership Development Janette Moynier First Bank

2014 Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Ed Benoit

TRI Commercial Real Estate

Krista Bernasconi KFB Public Affairs

Roseville achieved All America City status in 1963. Fifty-one years later, Roseville still makes the grade. Participation of public, private and nonprofit organizations is demonstrated by strong support from those organizations in efforts to bring multiple universities to South Placer. As our population becomes increasingly diverse, our leadership benefits from the incorporation of that diversity. Community leaders continue to leverage community resources, including a recent partnership with South African interests to finance a conference facility. Having expanded to our natural borders, our most important need may be revitalization of downtown Roseville, an area that was thriving in 1963, but has suffered in recent years. A

Pat Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Michelle Cannon

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

James Cuppet

SIMS Recycling Solutions

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Kristen Holihan River City Bank

Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

Eric McIntosh

IGNITE Young Professionals

Eddie Ollmann

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Kirk Taber

Taber Creative Group

Jared Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

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America City is a significant accomplishment based upon participation of the public, private and nonprofit sectors and key constituencies; recognition and involvement of diverse segments and perspectives in community decisionmaking; creative use and leveraging of community resources; and significant and specific community achievements, including projects that address the community’s most important needs, and clear demonstration of project results.

number of projects have been completed, and four are currently underway, that will bring downtown Roseville into the twenty-first century. Roseville, once considered a bedroom community for Sacramento, is now a commerce center and a net exporter of jobs. Perhaps more important, it’s a great place to live, play and do business.

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller

Nancy Strand

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he doors of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce opened 67 years ago in 1947 and was established to serve the community and businesses through providing value to our members, to promote the needs of business and industry, to create the best community in which to live, work and do business.

Northern California to Nevada. The sixties brought the beginning of the shopping center craze as the Roseville Square Shopping Center on Harding opened in 1961.

Director of Administration Jackie Snider

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Katie Delyon

Membership Services Coordinator Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Vacant

Customer Service Rep Nan McElroy

The Roseville Chamber wasn’t the only Roseville business staple that began in 1947. Denio’s Roseville Farmer’s Market & Swap Meet also started that same year and over the years the Roseville Chamber has seen countless businesses relocate and expand to our region.

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representatives Lori Ryan

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Roseville Chamber of Commerce 650 Douglas Blvd. Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 783-8136

The years 1948 through 1950 Roseville saw the construction of a new city hospital and the creation of the Washington Street underpass to carry traffic under Vernon Street. The population of Roseville in 1950 was 8,723 and 2014 it was estimated to be 126,956. The late fifties marked the time that interstate 80 drew a line through Roseville, connecting South Placer County with all of

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Roseville’s 100th anniversary was in 1961 and the idyllic town was nationally celebrated through receiving the honorable name as an “All America City.” The seventies and eighties brought the business boom in the area with numerous international corporate businesses relocating to the region, which brought new technology and opportunities to the region. The rapid growth landed Roseville on the map as one of the fastest growing cities in California in the eighties. The Roseville Chamber of Commerce has been here for it all and is excited about serving for community for many more generations. It’s been an honor to consistently provide the local economy, businesses and community with resources and support throughout the past 67 years.

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

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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All-America City - Looking Back to the Big Win T

he City of Roseville became an All-America City on March 26, 1964. This was made possible through the hard-work and dedication of the Roseville community including local citizens, businesses and government. The All-America City award was sponsored by Look Magazine and the National Municipal League. The competition was stiff with more than 89 cities nominated, but it was quickly reduced to 22 finalists. After careful examination it was clear that not only would Roseville qualify, but this city could win. The list of Roseville’s accomplishments that aided the nomination included Roseville’s District Hospital, which was the first in the state to be financed by revenue bonds meaning that the users, not taxpayers, pay for it. The new municipal golf course, which was the first in the nation, paid for again by the revenue bonds and the sewage treatment plant that had the capacity to service a population twice Roseville’s size at that time. It

was clear early on that Roseville was ahead of the game with state and national accolades.

The community aspects that won the jury over was the Little League ball park, the theater, a community recreation building and a fire station that were all built by donated labor, materials, lands and funds. Dr. Gordon Harris, the President of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and a Roseville dentist at that time led the group to nominate Roseville and chaired the committee. The All-American City Awards were given to cities that can demonstrate civic achievements brought about through group action by citizens. The Roseville Chamber of Commerce sees the growth and expansion of Roseville, but like Dr. Gordon Harris we are always looking to future opportunities and ways to help Roseville receive the exultation it deserves.

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oing into its 19th year, the Roseville Chamber and City of Roseville have been co hosting Roseville’s premier food, beverage and art event, SPLASH. Each year over a thousand people attend SPLASH to enjoy local artists, cuisine and drink as they mingle with members of the community. The SPLASH committee has already secured numerous wineries, breweries, artists and restaurants. With a restaurant like Costa Vida sampling their fare, and breweries such as Shipyard Brewing, Lagunitas Brewing Co., and Grand Teton Brewing the night will undoubtedly be a foodie’s dream event. Wineries such as Wise Villa Winery and Farinha Family Winery will be serving tastings of their classic varietals as guests experience the smooth sounds of the Harmonics Steelband. Block out the evening of Saturday, September 13th and attend Roseville’s biggest party of the year! Tickets go on sale the middle of July. 4

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National University Settles in the Heart of Roseville MY

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s an active member of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and annual volunteers within the community, National University is a proud supporter of City of Roseville. Looking to establish a presence in Placer County, National University finally settled in the heart of Roseville July 2011. In fact, this summer will mark three years within the community. With its thriving development and promising economy, National University continues to provide affordable and relevant educational opportunities within the City of Roseville. Dedicated to making lifelong learning opportunities accessible and relevant to diverse student populations, National University continues to provide quality education to students including members of the armed forces. In fact, active service members represent nearly 13% of National University’s 30,000 students across 45 California locations and online.

National University was recognized in 2009 by Military Advanced Education magazine as one of America’s Top Military Friendly Colleges and Universities. G.I. Jobs magazine also named National University as a “Military Friendly School” in 2010 and 2011. Founded in 1971, National University is the secondlargest private, nonprofit university in California. With 30,000 students and more than 130,000 alumni, National University is the flagship institution of the National University System. National University is regionally accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) located inside the Roseville Galleria Mall at 1151 Galleria Blvd, Suite 239. To find out more, call 916.855.4340 or visit http://www. nu.edu/Locations/NorthernCalifornia/Roseville-OnlineInformation-Center.html.

Locally, the Roseville team of academic advisors works closely with service members stationed at nearby bases, such as Beale Air Force Base to carry out this mission. As a participant of the Yellow Ribbon Program, National University proudly honors its military students for their service and has expanded its services to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces through the Center of Excellence for Veteran Student Success. The Center is a centralized point for the coordination of services that support the achievement of educational and career goals. Additionally, National University has a history of dedication to its active duty, reserve, and veteran students, and to the military community at large.

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enio’s Farmer’s Market & Swap Meet offers an unparalleled shopping experience. As a Roseville staple their longevity in our community has made Denio’s a part of many childhood memories and family traditions. They are much more than a farmer’s market and swap meet, just ask anyone who grew up in the South Placer region. Denio’s has had a long-standing partnership with

Denio’s strives for consistency with everything they offer every weekend which keeps their customers and vendors returning and happy. Ensuring a great experience, Denio’s employs a large full-time maintenance crew during the midweek to assure the venue is consistently clean, safe and

the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and we are proud to call them one of our most loyal members. Coincidentially, the Roseville Chamber and Denio’s opened their doors the same year in 1947. Like many businesses from that era they chose to start-up in Roseville due to it’s growing community containing an attractive agricultural area and convenient location next to the railroad.

Many people who grew up in the area will tell you about their experiences at Denio’s as a customer, vendor or employee. Denio’s has been many people’s first job or families’ weekend activity. Their long-running success is attributed to their solid business practices and their commitment to their employees, vendors and customers. 6

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ready for business every Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Stop by this weekend, as there’s always something new going on in their market. Their farmer’s market can’t be beat with more than two acres of fresh produce. Denio’s Farmer’s Market & Swap Meet provides their customers an incomparable outdoor shopping experience. Where else can you pick up everything you need with an ice cold beer and corn dog in hand while doing all your weekend shopping? Spend your weekend at Denio’s Farmer’s Market & Swap Meet at 1551 Vineyard Road, Roseville.

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COUNTY OF PLACER UPDATE Jack Duran District 1 Supervisor

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ll-America City. Has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Seriously, what City Father (or Mother) wouldn’t like to be able to introduce himself at a convention of City Parents and say, “Hi, I’m Dan. I’m on the Hoboken City Council. We’re an All-America City!” The Norman Rockwell picture just kind of paints itself in your cerebral cortex… kids on bikes, dads huddled together talking, moms pushing strollers, all on a beautiful field of green with the Stars and Stripes dancing in the afternoon breeze. Or not. Stockton is perhaps the most notorious example of an “All-America City” gone wrong. Having spent lavishly on city funded amenities, and even more lavishly on city payroll and benefits, the Stockton City Parent’s awoke one morning, heads throbbing from their spending-induced hangover, to discover that their sweet little Stockton had drank all their whiskey, hocked the flat-screen and parked the car on the neighbor’s garden gnome. Unable to handle their little Stockton any longer, the City Parents did what many other profligate, self-indulgent parents have done – dumped their problem on the courthouse steps. Until Detroit (ironically named All-America City in 1966) filed for bankruptcy in 2013, Stockton was the largest city in U.S. history to file for bankruptcy. You see, regardless of how the name gets awarded, an “All-America City” shouldn’t just be a moniker, but rather a way of doing business. The City of Roseville has demonstrated stable, consistent leadership over the years which encourages the kind of private sector investment necessary to foster job creation and a strong community. Due in large part to the active involvement of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce in local civic affairs, local elected officials are frequently reminded that when we focus on the fundamentals – safe neighborhoods, reliable infrastructure, welcoming amenities – the rest will work itself out. Stable, consistent, focused on the fundamentals… now that’s an All-America City.

And the Winners Are... At Roseville 2014 the winners of our annual business awards were presented with co-sponsor GALLINA LLP. 2014 Young Professional of the Year Recipient Chris Lemmon, Cornish & Carey Commerical (R) with Carey Cadle, GALLINA LLP

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2014 Business Person of the Year Recipient Leilani Fratis, Placer SPCA (R) with Reed Matthews, GALLINA LLP

2014 Entrepreneur Award Recipient Jim Pelley, Roseville uLinkNetwork (R) with Mark Bellows, GALLINA LLP

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Welcome New Members 1Holistic Health Solution Accurate Cleaning Inc. AFLAC AGE Advantage Senior Care Services Architecture Solution Group ARIS Enterprises Bayside Church California Ripped Fitness California Ripped Fitness-Granite Bay Calton & Associates, INC. Capital First Bank Division of Fresno First Bank Catherine Du Puy MFTI #78259 Cattlemens Steakhouse Central Valley Engineering & Asphalt, Inc. Commercial Capital Access Creekside Landscaping Cremation Society of Placer County Farmhaus First Step Physical Therapy HOA Pool Services, INC iAlarm Systems J&S Asphalt

James Riolo JD Gray’s Designer Jewelry JLL JS West Propane KB Home Sacramento Krush Burger Landscape By Cochran Inc. Lockwood Moore Inc. Main Street Tax Advisory of Northern California, LLC Meyer & Yee, LLP Nadine Diefenbacher, LMFT Ochrach Law Group One Light Ahead Opera House Optimal Health and Weight LossPatty Gray Phase Four Supply PM Environmental, Inc. Point Health Pro Martial Arts PurpleTree Graphics Radiance by Rimma rc IT consulting

Red Door Property Management Relevance 360 Reliable Home Improvement Inc. Sacramento River Cats SEDCorp Sipe’s Tahoe Susan G. Komen Sacramento Valley Susan N. Johnson, LMFT Sylvan Learning of Roseville Tanga Rae Photography Team In Training-The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society The Growth Coach of Sacramento Thrivent Financial ManagementScott Berner UBER Vantaggio HR ltd. Verbena Flowers & Trimmings Wag Time Dog Training Wellness Within Wells Fargo Advisors Wing Pros, Inc. Women In Networking-WIN

Meet Our Ambassador - Richard Peck Richard Peck Health By Rich

Q. What are some of the unique aspects of what you provide?

Q: Why did you choose to expand what you do and become an Ambassador?

Unlike ‘diets’ that have a fixed start date and fixed end date, my program is designed to guide you for the rest of your life. This prevents relapsing and yo-yoing. The most competitive diet programs on the market have a 15% success rate after 2 years. The program I represent has a 75-80% success rate beyond 5 years!

First and foremost I have always been a people person. I like to help. The Ambassador’s program was a prime opportunity for me to contribute and help the Roseville Chamber in its outreach. The fact that I get to meet new people and make friends wherever I go, is a complete fringe benefit. Q. In what ways have you seen being an Ambassador aid your business? As an Ambassador, I get to be the face of the Roseville Chamber, but I also get to be me. As a Certified Health Coach, letting people know what I do and how I can help their friends, family and loved ones is extremely valuable. I love being at the point where members can recommend me to the people they care about, because they know me and know I will treat their friends and family like my own. Q. What do you offer the Roseville Chamber members? What I do is so unique and different, that many people don’t understand. I am a free health coach. Yes, free! Once I connect with a client, I am their coach for life. The grossest oversimplification of what I offer is life instruction. I teach people new healthy habits that replace old habits and are maintainable for the rest of their life. 8

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Tips for the summer to get and stay fit? 1) Get out of your comfort zone. No change, no transformation. No growth will ever happen in your comfort zone. 2) Get you mind right. Eating right and exercising are vital to any transformation, but a mental transformation is just as important. 3) Why do you want it? True change can only happen if you have a deep seated, intrinsic desire to change. If you rely on willpower, you will fail every time. 4) Hydrate! You should consume half of your body weight in ounces daily. More in the sun. 5) Get help. You should not try to go it alone. Your coach is like your sponsor at an AA meeting. Lean on them when you need them. To contact Richard call 916-799-7424 or visit www. HealthByRich.com Roseville Insight


220 Riverside Ave Roseville, CA 95678 Ph: 916.783.8317 Fax: 916.783.8950 www.pbaker.com

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The Chamber Breakfast is early enough that it doesn’t conflict with the rest of my day and the food is always great. Every time I go I meet a new member and it’s a great opportunity to reconnect with long time members.

- Kim Hoskinson Blossoms & Balloons

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Ribbon Cuttings- April/May

Bristol Hospice Sacramento, LLC

Orangetheory Fitness

Radii 150

Wake Island Watersports

Eureka Ridge Dentistry

Taj Oven

SunCal Real Estate Group

Cremation Society of Placer County

American Cancer Society Relay for Life

Tim Lewis Communities

Lucy’s Salon & Spa

McCoy Fatula, LLP

Point Health

Bingham Law Group

1Holistic Health Solution

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Thank You Renewals PLUS 1 YEAR AccedeO Inc.

Advanced Development Concepts Alex Rue Insurance Agency, Inc. Assemblywoman Beth Gaines Atkins Baby Steps Therapy Best Business Referral Network Bill McAnally Racing NAPA AutoCare Center Blue Nami Burns & Wilcox BW Auto Dismantlers C & S Enterprises (Organo Gold) CB Music Studios Curves Edmar Technologies, Inc. Employers Select Insurance Services Inc. Fair Share Tax Negotiations Friends of the Roseville Public Library Herrig & Vogt, LLP Hot Rod’s Fabrication & Repair Image Orthodontics Jankowski Enterprises Jimboy’s Tacos - Douglas Keller Williams Realty - Rob Wolf & Associates Kelly-Moore Paints Kenworthy Court Reporting LaserCraze Law Offices of Joanna R. Mendoza Life Options for Seniors Make It Happen! Marlys Thompson Associates McDonald’s - Galleria Blvd. McGee & Thielen Insurance Brokers Meissner, Joseph and Palley, Inc. Microsoft New York Life - Michael Bullington North American Home Services Oakmont of Roseville OMG! Yogurt PakMail Granite Bay Party Factory Primerica Financial

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RCH Group RFE Engineering, Inc. Ronald “Scott” Owens, Placer Cnty. Dist. Attorney Roseville Community Development Corporation Roseville Grocery Outlet Sei Bella Boutique Send Out Cards Service Champions Heating & Air Conditioning Shellito Training & Consulting Stand Out Talent State Farm Insurance Stephanie Bader Syntrol Tappan Solutions The Mangement Trust US Cryotherapy Walgreens

Paul’s Safe & Lock Priority Printing Roseville Sheet Metal, Inc. Roseville Youth Soccer Club Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. Saint Rose School Sally Galli Consulting Springhill Suites by Marriott SunDance Interiors SureWest Directories The Me-One Foundation U.S. Bank - Fairway Drive USA Properties Fund Inc. Vanir Development Company Weideman Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics Western Health Advantage Yamamoto & Lee Family Dentistry PLUS 10 YEARS A+ Personalized Dental Care of

YEARS PLUS Avisen Securities, Inc. Richard DeBono Better Homes Realty California Gold Boden Klein & Sneesby Bristol Hospice Sacramento, LLC Brookfields Restaurant California Capital Aquatics (CCA) Child Advocates of Placer County Clarity Technologies Designwerks Media Diane Falzarano, CPA Dobson’s German Auto Service Drexel University European Wax Center Fountains GM Specialties Granite Equity Group, Inc. Hansen Kohls Sommer & Jacob LLP Hunt Jeppson & Griffin, LLP iMortgage LPL Financial McDonald’s - Stanford Ranch Rd. MDSTAT Urgent Care MV Transportation Panera Bread - Douglas Blvd

Roseville & Lincoln Al Johnson Consulting, LLC Barbieri Commercial Ben Bridge Jewelers Bob’s Cycle Center Bouchard Communications Group, Inc. Buca di Beppo Candace Saari, C.P.A. Classic Impressions Awards Etc. Dos Coyotes Border Cafe Dr. Richard A. Borghi, O.D., APC ENGEO Incorporated Fairfield Inn By Marriott Fountains at Roseville Golden Eagle Janitorial Granite Pointe Eye Care, Inc. Gurnee Mason & Forestiere HandiPockets Hilton Garden Inn - Roseville Keaton Raphael Memorial Keller Williams Realty - Shelly & Mark Koumelis Legends & Heroes/Woodcreek Catering Lund Associates, Inc. Lyon Real Estate

Lyon Real Estate - Lance Reginato MetroPCS Michelle E. Phillips, CPA Mistywood Retirement Residence Nordstrom Pinnacle at Galleria Promotions by Schneider Roseville Coalition of Neigh. Assoc. - RCONA Roseville Health & Wellness Center Roseville Historical Society Roseville Home Start, Inc. Sacramento Bank of Commerce Sierra College Blvd. Self Storage Sir Speedy Printing State Farm Insurance - Pat Hagans, Agent The Evergreen Company The MacDiarmid Company U.S. Corporation Services, Inc. Vision Quest Information Solutions, Inc. Webster Planning Corporation Woodcreek Dentistry

PLUS 20 YEARS Avalon Printing & Graphics

Coker-Ewing Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Piches Architecture Placer SPCA Roseville Masonic Hall Board Association Safeguard Business Systems U. C. Davis Medical Group WestAmerica Bank

PLUS 30 YEARS CBRE-Roseville

Roseville Jt. Union High School Dist. Roller King Skating Center

PLUS 60 YEARS Melba Erven

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What’s Happening

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN JULY/AUGUST

chamber luncheon

july sponsor

18 AUGUST 15 JULY

networking breakfast

24 AUGUST28 JULY

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

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WEDNESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:30pm - 7:30 pm Roseville Toyota Roseville Automall 700 Automall Dr FRIDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Hyatt Place Roseville 220 Conference Center Dr

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTOR 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 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: State of the City Speaker: Ray Kerridge, City of Roseville Sponsor: Metro PCS Catered by: Asante Catering

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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: AFLAC

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WEDNESDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Haytt Place Roseville 220 Conference Center Dr

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm 6:30 pm Location: TBD

FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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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: Open Networking Sponsor: AccedeO Inc. Catered by: On the Border

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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

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WEDNESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Maureen Dudley, Constant Contact Topic: Mobile Marketing - Are You Mobile Friendly?

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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: Blueprint Financial and Insurance Services, LLC

august sponsors

Event/meeting to be held at the Roseville Chamber of Commerce Office, 650 Douglas Blvd,

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Tom Costello, Via Media Topic: Targeted Advertising. Beter Results

Would you like to place your ad in the next Insight Newsletter? Contact Michelle Culbertson at 916-757-6881 or michelle@rosevillechamber.com 12

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