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May/June 2014

Now is the Time to Focus on Water Conservation Tips for Businesses to be Environmentally -Friendly Sustainability of Our Water Supply

ROSEVILLE

INSIGHT AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


may/june

Wendy Gerig 20th Anniversary Celebration photos courtesy of David Osborn Photography.

Sustainability of our water supply

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

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What businesses have renewed their membership?

New Ambassadors joining the Team Years Wendy Gerig has been CEO of OUR Chamber

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CITY UPDATE

South Placer’s biggest economic event is around the corner.

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RENEWING MEMBERS

What businesses celebrated their membership with the Chamber?

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START YOUR FOREVER TODAY

The green energy leader in Placer County

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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FEATURED MEMBER

Learn ways the H2O Guy can help to conserve water

How SIMS Recycling Solutions prepares for the increase in E-waste

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THE CITY OF ROSEVILLE DOES MAKE HOUSE CALLS

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RETAIL REVIEW

People traveling to Tuscany. Don’t miss the next Orientation 5/21

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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Attendees already signed up to attend Roseville 2014 Do you have your tickets?

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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 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

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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Now is the Time to Focus on Water Conservation S

ix weeks ago, Folsom Lake was nearing a level at which water could no longer be pumped into the water treatment plants supplying water to the cities of Roseville and Folsom, and to the San Juan Suburban Water District. Local officials were carefully considering various measures to keep our water supply reliable, including water rationing. February and March brought significant rainfall, increasing the water storage in Folsom Lake from approximately 164,000 acre feet to its current level of 468,000 acre feet (approximately 48% of total capacity). We should be thankful for this good fortune, but this isn’t the time to take our eye off the ball, particularly since snow pack water content was measured at 32 % of average on April 1. The situation is better, but we are not out of the woods. In response to these concerns, the City of Roseville has implemented a Stage 2 Drought (mandatory twenty percent reduction in water usage for all Roseville water customers and

a mandatory 30 percent water use reduction for commercial landscapes). Water conservation forces us to change the way we do things, and none of us enjoy that. However, conserving water now may help avoid severe water shortages in the near future, which could adversely affect local businesses. Given what we could face, conservation is clearly the better choice. As we all know, water usage is a business expense. With the mandatory 20 percent water use reduction in place, there is no better time than now to look for ways to use water efficiently. The City of Roseville has a Commercial, Industrial and Institutional Water-Use Reviews available at no additional cost to your business. If you’re interested in lowering your water bill, call 916-774-5761 to schedule your comprehensive facility review. A certified water-use specialist will work with your facility manager to identify facility and commercial landscape inefficiencies. Reducing water inefficiency at your place of business is good for your bottom line and helps our community weather the ongoing drought.

Roseville Insight


GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller

Nancy Strand

Tips for Businesses to Be Environmentally-Friendly

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he looming drought has shed light on our communities need to be aware of conservation and sustainability, which are top priorities for the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. This past month we invested in drought-resistant landscaping and we are consistently seeking new ways to be better to our environment and save our resources. Below are some tips for how your business can aid in the effort to save our resources and continue to make Roseville and Granite Bay an overall better place to live.

Katie Delyon

Water Conservation ŠŠ Drought-resistant landscaping: succulents, turf grass and rocks ŠŠ Repair leaking pipes ŠŠ Install automatic faucets ŠŠ Install energy-efficient water heater

Advertising & Business Development

Membership Retention Representative

Waste Reduction ŠŠ Go paperless with technology ŠŠ Properly dispose of e-waste ŠŠ Use email more than printing ŠŠ Exchange, sell or donate underutilized goods for reuse Additional Tips ŠŠ Carpool to work with a coworker ŠŠ Install solar panels for energy savings ŠŠ Recycle everyday office supplies like bottles, paper and boxes

Jackie Snider

Communications Specialist Kristin O’Brien

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Membership Services Coordinator Anne Pastrana

Customer Service Rep Nan McElroy

Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representatives Lori Ryan

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.

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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The City of Roseville Does Make House Calls

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all the City of Roseville to schedule a weekday appointment for their water-use specialists to come to your home and analyze your indoor and outdoor water use. Their trained specialist will:

•Check toilets and other plumbing fixtures for leaks. •Help develop proper and efficient water irrigation schedules. •Provide free water-saving devices, brochures and any current rebate information to help reduce water use. •Assess irrigation sprinkler uniformity and water runoff characteristics. •Analyze irrigation and drainage systems and provide maintenance, repair or replacement recommendations. •Check meter reading and water pressure (if relevant). •Pressure check exterior plumbing for leaks. House Calls are free and available weekdays to suit your schedule. Call 774-5761 to schedule your appointment today, or fill out the web form at www.roseville.ca.us. Article provide by City of Roseville website

City Welcomes New Utility Exploration Center Supervisor T

he City of Roseville is pleased to welcome Rachel Tooker as their new Utility Exploration Center Supervisor. Rachel has over 17 years of Director or Deputy Director level experience in interpretive centers and museums. She brings strong leadership and strategic planning skills and is committed to education, public service, community engagement, and ensuring public value.

Rachel most recently served as Special Projects Manager at the Crocker Art Museum, where she wrote and managed several successful grant projects focused on expanding the Crocker’s connection with family audiences. Prior to the Crocker, she was Deputy Executive Director at the Ohio Historical Society, and directed a network of thirty two state historic sites and visitor centers for the Minnesota Historical Society. She has extensive experience with 4

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developing visitor centers, exhibits, and interpretive trails projects, and is excited to bring these skills to the work of the UEC. In addition to her museum background, she is a Master Gardener and a dedicated practitioner of many of the concepts and ideas we promote at the Center in her everyday life. Rachel will work closely with Roseville Electric, Environmental Utilities, and Parks, Recreation and Libraries to support utility initiatives and provide value to our ratepayers. At the Roseville Exploration website you can grab a Green Living Guide, find water saving tips and other drought information and sign-up for the Exploration Center newsletter. It’s all just a mouse click away at www.roseville.ca.us/explore. Roseville Insight


Placer County Houses the Leader in Green Energy E

nergy 2001 is Placer County’s largest landfill gas-toenergy producer and a leader in green energy. In 2003, Gary Garratt and Laura purchased Energy 2001 because they recognized the ambition in the company and future benefits and profits it could wield. They were motivated to use their business expertise to ensure that Energy 2001 would become a thriving business. They invested more than $10 million into building a 5 MegaWatt Landfill Gas-to-Electricity Power Plant at Western Regional Sanitary Landfill. Today, together with Western Placer Waste Management Authority, Energy 2001 captures and destroys the harmful greenhouse gases that come from our garbage in landfills. This otherwise bad gas is used as fuel for engines that convert it into electricity that is sold on the open market. Through this process, Energy 2001 is able to produce enough power for In 20013 the late Gary 3,000 homes annually. Garratt and Laura Rasmussen purchase Enery 2001. Energy 2001 thoroughly values showing students and community groups the practical applications of their technology so they can see what is possible. They are excited about the prospect of building a company on the cutting

edge of technology and with innovation that could prove to be both profitable and beneficial for the community. With more people beginning to learn more about the technologies and opportunities in the rapidly growing field of renewable energy, Energy 2001 is proud to be a pioneer in a developing industry.

Our relationship with the Roseville Chamber allows us to directly connect our students and alumni with opportunities to work and serve in the community where they live and study. Direct linkage between William Jessup University and local business is essential to our economic and program development. Chamber staff and members are among the most actively-engaged we have had the pleasure to work with, and we benefit tremendously from our membership and involvement.

- Christy Jewell, William Jessup University

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MEET THE SPEAKER: Chris Granger, Sacramento Kings President

Start Your Forever Today at Roseville 2014 T

he Roseville Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us for the region’s signature business event of the year – Roseville 2014.

This annual event brings together more than 700 business leaders, elected officials and community advocates to network and discuss the economic development in our region. We are excited for this year’s program and want to share with you some of the many ways you will learn to Start Your Forever Today at Roseville 2014.

Chris Granger is in his first season with the Kings, but he is a 14-year veteran of the NBA. As President of Sacramento Basketball Holdings, Granger is responsible for all Kings business operations as well leading the development of the downtown arena. Prior to joining the Kings, Granger was the Executive Vice President of the NBA’s renowned Team Marketing and Business Operations (TMBO) function, advising NBA, WNBA and NBA Development League teams on all aspects of business operations including ticket sales, sponsorship sales, marketing, community relations, communications, and new media. Prior to joining the NBA, Granger held leadership positions within the Walt Disney World Company, mainly on the resort side of the business. Granger received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his M.B.A. from Yale. He also spent a year abroad at the prestigious London School of Economics & Political Science. An Indiana native, Chris now lives in the Wilhaggin area of Sacramento with his wife Jennifer and daughters, Zoe and Megan.

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At the Roseville Chamber, we pride ourselves in cultivating and maintaining strong regional relationships. Roseville 2014’s keynote speaker Chris Granger, President of the Sacramento Kings, and executive members of the Kings organization will discuss the regional impact of the Kings and the importance of supporting strong community partnerships. Attendees will also hear from Roseville City Manager, Ray Kerridge as he presents on the current economic state of the City - Ten Great Reasons to do Business in Roseville. You will have the opportunity to participate in an informative breakout session and attend a business showcase with more than 60 local vendors featuring the latest business products and services. At the event we will also be presenting our annual business awards honoring an outstanding Entrepreneur in our community, the Business Person of the Year and the Young Professional of the Year. With a full day of activities highlighting the successes of the City and region, the closing networking reception is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the inspiring work that so many of our business leaders and community advocates have put forth throughout the years. During Roseville 2014 you will not want to miss the breakout session regarding the South Placer Real Estate Forcast. The Panel will consist of local real estate guru’s Bruce Wirt, TRI Commerical Real Estate; Todd Sanfilippo and Rick Martinez, CB Richard Ellis. Breakout session starts at 11:15am and doors open at 11:00am.

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATE Ray Kerridge City Manager

Sustainability of Our Water Supply S

etting the table for business to be successful in Roseville has been a priority for the city for many years. As the Chamber President mentions in his column, water conservation is one of our top priorities this year with the drought and several legislative actions in the works that could affect our community’s access to this resource. Given how quickly the discussion evolves by the time this newsletter reaches your mailbox we invite you to stay up to date and learn how you can get involved by registering for updates at www.protectourfolsomwater.com. Raising awareness of city procurement opportunities the City launched a partnership this year with Public Purchase for posting, notifying and awarding of all formal requests for quotes (RFQs) and request for proposals (RFPs). This free e-Procurement service provides a single location

to view all open requests for quotation and award information for previous RFQs, RFPs, and RFIs issued through the Public Purchase website. It also provides automatic notification of bid solicitations and access to bid opportunities with other government entities. Hardcopy bid submittals to our City Clerk (311 Vernon Street) are still required. In using this new online procurement service, the City hopes to reach a wider range of vendors and attract a broader response to its procurement needs, which will allow for a more competitive bidding environment for all RFQs, RFPs and RFIs. It will also make the process easier and less time consuming for businesses, lowering your costs. Get more information on this latest business opportunity at www.roseville.ca.us/bids.

Local Recycler Prepared for E-waste Recycling Increase W

hile many consider the environment throughout the enabled Sims to increase their processing capacity to an year, April tends to be when most consumers and estimated 72 million pounds per year – the equivalent businesses are reminded to recycle of almost four million computers. in celebration of Earth Day (April 22). This process however, can not only “Sims Recycling Solutions Every April, Sims Recycling Solutions handle more e-waste but was also provides the community provides the community with various designed to make the collection of opportunities to conveniently recycle electronics quicker and easier for with various opportunities their electronic waste in addition to businesses and municipalities with to conveniently recycle their recycling events typically held on the large quantities as well. first Friday of the month. Last month’s electronic waste in addition events, promotions, and local pickups As the global leader in electronics to recycling events typically helped Sims collect approximately reuse and recycling, Sims remains held on the first Friday of the 500,000 pounds of electronic waste committed to sustainability and at the Roseville site on Washington preservation of the environment. month.” Boulevard. All decisions are made with the intent to protect the environment, Over the past year Sims made significant improvements employees and surrounding communities. For to their local electronics recycling equipment making it information on our local recycling services, please visit the most powerful in the world. This improved process http://www.simsrecycling.com/Locations/Sacramento-CA. and amplified strength uses half the energy and has w w w. r o s e v i l l e c h a m b e r. c o m

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Welcome New Members A4 Promotions & Incentives Advocare Allegiant Giving Corporation American Energy HVAC & Refrigeration America’s Lawns Angelique Limousine Excursions Ashria, LLC BCA Architects Bingham Law Group Bruno’s Pet Pantry BSLA Creations Inc. Empire Safety & Supply Environmental Landscape First U.S. Community Credit Union Joyland Preschool JW Grant Writing Services Kiddie Academy of Roseville Kreative Kids Learning Center

The Lighting Geek Lucy’s Salon & Spa Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial Modis Money Mailer Sacramento Nothing But Wisdom Teeth Paul Rogers Real Estate Group Pipetech USA Placer Community Foundation Portal Pacific US, LLC Pro Tech Maintenance Quest Technologies Rare Form T-Shirt Company Roberts Freight Consultants, DBA Unishippers Robert’s Heating & Air Roseville Granite Bay Business Network Roseville Travel RP Business Solutions, LLC

The Sacramento Kings SecurityNational Mortgage Company Smog Busters Solar City Startup Financial Management Subway Sandwiches & Salads SunCal Real Estate Group - Nicole Eib The Family Church The Ferguson Group, Inc. The Hub Thomas Law Group Tim Lewis Communities Tiner Commercial Real Estate Services TSYS Merchant Solutions UBS Financial Services Wealth Management Strategies World Financial Group - WFG

Ambassador Offers Drought-Resistant Options Heidi Leathers California Exteriors Inc. - Custom Concrete & Exteriors Q: What does California Exteriors do for the general public that sets it apart? We offer great rates for our customers. We are courteous of people’s time and we do quality work. We work to not hold anyone up and complete a job quickly within our customer’s time constraints.

covers, artificial grass, fire pits and stamp concrete. We offer an ideal situation where we can handle most of your outdoor renovation needs to beautify your home, which ensures that it’s all done in a timely manner. Q: How has the goal of conservation and a more sustainable future shaped what California Exteriors does for their customers? Last year, we saw the need to have more drought-resistant options, which is when we added the artificial grass option. The turf grass is also pet and animal friendly since you can hose it off without it staining or ruining your yard. Q: What is one of the best parts about your company and where you are going? California Exteriors does quality work for affordable prices. We are flexible and accommodate to people’s needs and time frames for projects. Lastly, if you have a written estimate we will see it and match it. For more information please contact Heidi at 916-955-0040 or visit their website www. californiaext.com

Q: What is your company doing to be more sustainable? We are installing artificial grass to make it drought-friendly and we do a lot of landscaping and planting of droughtresistant plants. Q: What would you like people to know about what you have to offer? California Exteriors specializes in driveways, patios, patio 8

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ribbon cuttings

Elite Athletics

Freestyle Clothing Exchange Inc.

Keller Williams - Turtle S. Warchild

Dutch Bros. Coffee

The Hub

Kreative Kids Learning Center

Nothing But Wisdom Teeth

Remedy Rx Pharmacy

AppleOne Employment Services

“ Get Wealthy Now, LLC

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I called the Roseville Chamber office and asked about job posting through the chamber. I submited the job opening on your website requiring sales experience and looking to be a marketing and sales coordinator. A day later I received a quality applicant who discovered the opening from your Roseville chamber website. Thank You!

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- Ash Shahsavari, Quiznos #1959

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Thank You Renewals PLUS 1 YEAR Alpine Mortgage Planning

API-Marketing Apple House Cleaning BNI - Roseville Success Link Celebrations! Party Rentals & Tents Chamber Discoveries Citizens Insurance Services, Inc. Clark Auto Body Cochrane & Wagemann Dairy Council of California Dental Haven Energy 2001, Inc. Erick Johanson, RealtorLyon Real Estate Faith Baptist Church First United Methodist Church, Roseville Gaines Insurance Agency, Inc. GM Repair Center of Roseville Green Valley Hospice Judy’s Blossom Shop/Fleurs du Jour KDandC Kniesel’s Collision Centers Law Office of Byron Roope MacKay & Somps Civil Engineers, Inc. MarketOne Builders Merryhill School Outside In Perennial Pension & Wealth Placer Breast Cancer Endowment Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc. RBF Consulting Roseville Crime Stoppers Roseville Numismatics Roseville Police Activities League Roseville Police Officers Association Roseville Theater Arts Academy

Rudy’s Mexican Gourmet Sarah McKenzie, CPA Senator Jim Nielsen SmartNet Strategies South Placer Rotary Club StayFIT Strikes Unlimited Surf or Turf Travel Taco Bell - Foothills Blvd. Tami Teel Designs, Inc. Teichert Ready-Mix The Burton Law Firm The Professional Voice The Promo Agency The Sacramento Bee The Sherwin-Williams Co. Voit Real Estate Services PLUS 5 YEARS Acres of Hope

Active 20/30 Club Alterations Express America’s Party Rental Best Western Plus Orchid Hotel & Suites BJ’s Restaurant & Brewery Brighton Schools-Granite Bay Brookfield Residential Capital Landscape Capital Public Radio Coastal Partners, LLC Coldwell Banker - Natalie Whistler Corinthian International Parking Services Crate&Barrel Cybertary.com Donald L. St. Clair, CFP Executive Care Landscape Management, Inc. Infinity Financial Mortgage Jeff Frerichs Floors

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Kirk Uhler-Placer Co. District 4 Supervisor Kristen Spears, Placer County Assessor La Provence Restaurant & Terrace Life Community Church Lilliput Children’s Services PCH Property Management Risk Strategies Roseville Roofing Roseville-Rocklin Electric Smile Business Products, Inc. Smile Island Pediatric & Adult Dental Group South Placer Employer Advisory Council The Biletnikoff Foundation The Gathering Inn Gateway The Me-One Foundation Thomas Chiropractic Unger Construction Co. William Jessup University

PLUS 10 YEARS ATC Telecommunications

North Valley Bank Placer Care Coalition, Inc. Placer County Association of Realtors Placer Dispute Resolution Service Roseville Fire Fighters Association Roseville Meat Company Roseville Vision Center - Dr. Paul Perron San Juan Water District Scott Yuill Insurance and Financial Services/State Farm Scotty’s Automotive Inc. Sequoia Equities DBA Deer Valley Apts Style Media Group Sun Senior/Woodcreek News/ EGnews Inc Threads N Things Umpqua Bank Viola White Health Insurance Advisor Westpark Communities

PLUS 20 YEARS American Cancer Society

Services Brandman University (Chapman University System) C & C Interiorscapes Classic Kennels Cornish & Carey Commercial Dr. S. (Sean) Sefidpour, DDS, MSD, MSME Heald College Hefner, Stark & Marois, LLP KidsFirst Landmark Builders Mechanics Bank Mission Carpet Care Mourier Land Investment Corporation

Celebrity Travel Drs. Klem & Guarcello Dwyer & Dow Dental Corporation Haney Accountants, Inc./ CEO, Inc. Northern California Power Agency PASCO scientific Placer County Water Agency St. Vincent De Paul Society Swinerton Builders Sacramento

PLUS 40 YEARS Blue Line Arts

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what’s happening

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY

chamber luncheon

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

networking breakfast

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

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm On the Border, 1220 Galleria Blvd.

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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TUESDAY BECOME COMMITTEE 7:30 am

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE 2014 11:00 am - 4:00 pm 8825 Washington Blvd.

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

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Lisa Brazil, Telemundo Topic: Understanding the Hispanic Culture and Tailoring Your Advertising Campaign Accordingly

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

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WEDNESDAY ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Hosted by Rocklin Chamber Location - TBD THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Tahoe Joe’s Famous Steakhouse, 1905 Taylor Rd.

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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 MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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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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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. Topic: Sports Tourism…Is Your Business in the Game? Speaker: David Attaway, Placer Valley Tourism Sponsor: First Northern Bank Catered by: Randy Peters Catering & Event Planning

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WEDNESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Eleni Bourdaniotis, Iron Horse Media Topic: Benefits of Outdoor Advertising

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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: Sharp Business Systems

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


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