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INSIGHT

March/April 2013

Chamber Members Lead the Way in Going Green Fresh Goals for 2013

Learn How We Advocate For You Partnership Drives Economic Growth

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


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he Roseville Chamber of Commerce Annual Installation Dinner was held in January at Timber Creek Ballroom at Sun City Roseville. Many of the Chamber members were honored for their dedication and service throughout 2012. President Richard Robinson gave an overview of the five goals the Chamber has to make it a successful year. To see the goals, turn to “What’s in Store for 2013” on page 2. For more photos from the event, visit www.rosevillechamber.com.

Richard Robinson being sworn in as President of the Roseville Chamber by Mayor Susan Rohan.

Randy Wilson being sworn in as President-Elect of the Roseville Chamber by Mayor Susan Rohan.

The 2013 Annual Installation Award Winners: Top row, left to right: Kat Maudru, Athena Award; Steve Pease, Edward M. Friedman Community Service Award and Cendrinne DeMattei, Volunteer of the Year. Second row, left to right: David Davis, Ambassador of the Year; Bob Flautt, representing Folsom Lake Bank, BECOME Award and Kirk Taber and Kim Silvers, President’s Award. Left: Board members are sworn in for the 2013 year.


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Happy Hour hosted by Ignite, Winter Bash and Business Showcase & Mixer photos courtesy of Lang Lew Photography. Luncheon photos courtesy of Mike Martin Photography.

The Supervisor is looking for your input. Find out how to get involved

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Who joined the Chamber and which members have renewed!

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

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NEW & RENEWING MEMBERS

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COUNTY UPDATE

Local florist saves money while saving the environment

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RETAIL REVIEW

One local firm takes “being green” to a new level

Find out what 21 members already know

Ribbon Cuttings celebrating new members joining the chamber.

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MEMBER NEWS

See how the Roseville Chamber is instrumental in the future of downtown

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Learn the five goals for the Chamber in 2013

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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

What’s In Store For 2013 A

long time friend once told me that in order for things to stay the same, things have to be constantly changing.

It’s good advice that certainly applies to business in this ever-changing market. One has to only look as far as Borders Books to recognize that if we aren’t willing to change, we ultimately lose value to our consumers.

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At this year’s Installation Dinner, I talked about if the Roseville Chamber wants to continue its long tradition of providing its members with outstanding service and value, we need to change as well.

Economic & Government Affairs

Recently, our board adopted five goals for this year that will help us make needed changes, guide our efforts and provide greater value to our members.

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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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The first is to place additional emphasis on putting our members first. At our planning retreat, we took a hard look at the services and opportunities the Chamber provides to our members. Consequently, we are making some changes this year that we believe will provide a greater return on investment for Roseville and Granite Bay businesses and help us grow membership. Our second priority is to attract more young professionals to the Chamber and to Roseville. Young professionals are not only our future leaders, they also bring a vibrancy and excitement to a community that attracts businesses and spurs on economic development. As such, we will be looking for opportunities to grow membership in Ignite, our young professional organization, as well as place Ignite members in important leadership roles this year. We will also identify two joint projects with the city or other organizations that are designed to attract young professionals. Our third priority is to be fiscally responsible. The Chamber this year will lead by example by not only having a balanced budget, but by ending the year with a budget surplus of at least 5%. Our fourth priority is to strengthen our relationship with city and regional leaders. As Roseville City Manager Ray Kerridge recently said to me, the relationship between the city and the chamber defines us. I could not agree more. There are few cities that can boast of a more collaborative, cooperative relationship than we have. We will continue growing that relationship in 2013 by looking for additional ways to partner on important initiatives. In addition, we recognize the value of working regionally. We understand that when Roseville is stronger, the region is stronger and when the region is stronger, so is Roseville. As such, we will look to partner with our fellow chambers from throughout the region on important projects that will have a significant impact on the economic health of this area. Our final priority is to leverage technology to enhance communication and member value. This year we will revamp our chamber website to improve two-way communication with our members. And, in the coming months, the Chamber will be launching a new mobile website which will not only push upcoming events and news items to our Chamber members but be a resource to access our member directory. All in all, 2013 promises to be a year of change, challenge and great opportunity. As always, I look forward to your thoughts, suggestions and input.

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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

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any of our members look forward to the numerous networking opportunities provided by the Roseville Chamber, but equally important is the advocacy the Chamber provides on behalf of businesses with our local, regional and national government. In the 2012 Annual Member Survey 85% of our members said representing business interests to government was important to extremely important to them. There are a variety of ways we achieve that end – you may have read about the weekly conference calls I engage in with the California Chamber of Commerce, the Legislative Summit that recently took place at the State Capital, and the input the Roseville Chamber provided to the City Council on selecting a Master Developer. On March 22, the Roseville Chamber Board of Directors and President’s Circle sponsors will have a forum with our State Senator, Jim Nielson, who now represents us in the 4th Senate District. It will be a chance for open dialogue on topics and policies that directly impact doing business in our region. I invite you to send me an email or give me a call to share how the Chamber can represent the needs of your business to the government or other issues that are of particular concern to you. The Roseville Chamber is over 1,200 members strong and the collective voice of our member businesses is stronger than any one voice on its own. Let’s collaborate and make doing business better for everyone! You can reach me via email at wagerig@ rosevillechamber.com, or at (916) 783-8136.

Q & A with an Ambassador Q. What do you enjoy most about being an Ambassador? A. My favorite duty as an ambassador is attending the ribbon cuttings. We’re the welcome committee...how positive and happy is that? When business owners and managers experience the feeling of being treated special and represented by the Roseville Chamber, in return, ambassadors are more welcome to knock on their door in the future.

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Accounting Assistant Communications Specialist Sara Seyydin

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Katie Delyon

Membership Services Coordinator Richanne Roope

Marketing & Membership Development Gisele Rhodes

Membership Development Representatives Blake Peters Robin Martin

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 newlsetter is produced bi-monthly.

Q. What is your favorite benefit of being a member of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce? A. The Roseville Chamber offers many advertising opportunities, but I appreciate the Search Engine Optimization tool that’s on their website. It’s a great way to pull people to your website while they’re using outside search engines, such as Yahoo or Google. Melanie Franck, Sales Associate Scott Yuill Insurance & Financial Services Inc., State Farm Insurance, since 2000.

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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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Chamber Advocacy Shapes Major Decisions ach day the Roseville Chamber of Eadvocating Commerce staff is hard at work on the behalf of business to local, regional and national decisionmakers on policies that directly impact businesses most.

“It’s an opportunity to open and maintain consistent dialogue with key leaders from our region on issues that impact business most such as land use, transportation, healthcare, jobs and business growth.” -Krista Bernasconi KFB Public Affairs

The Chamber makes the voice of local businesses heard through a variety of channels. Wendy Gerig, Roseville Chamber CEO, participates in weekly conference calls with the California Chamber of Commerce focusing on statewide policy, as well as monthly meetings with the Roseville Mayor and City Manager. The Economic and Government Affairs Committee gives members the opportunity to work cooperatively to achieve common goals.

If approved by Roseville City Council this month, the City will begin building a roundabout (rendering above) in Spring 2013.

On March 6, the Roseville Chamber sent representatives to the State Legislative Summit hosted by the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce. Roseville Chamber of Commerce Board Member Krista Bernasconi, of KFB Public Affairs served as Vice Chair of the program for the Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce. “It’s an opportunity to open and maintain consistent dialogue with key leaders from our region on issues that impact business most such as land use, transportation, healthcare, jobs and business growth,” Bernasconi said. At the city-level, the Roseville Chamber most recently played an integral role in helping the Roseville City Council select The Cordish Companies and The Evergreen Company, a Sacramentobased master developer, for the continued revitalization of Downtown Roseville. “The Roseville Chamber was very helpful in the decision-making regarding the proposal for staff to negotiate with a master developer for our Downtown to form a public private partnership.” -Susan Rohan Mayor, City of Roseville

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According to the City of the Roseville, the companies will be involved in creating public and private financing plans and rebranding the City’s urban experience. Projects could include the construction of mixed-use office and residential buildings, additional parking resources, streetscape improvements, and civic facilities. Roseville Mayor Susan Rohan said the feedback provided by the Chamber was invaluable. “The Roseville Chamber was very helpful in the decision-making regarding the proposal for staff to negotiate with a master developer for our Downtown to form a public private partnership,” Rohan said. “As one of the Council’s decision-makers, I appreciated the Chamber’s efforts to give the council feedback from the Chamber membership and The Downtown Merchants Association. It helped inform our decision and increase confidence that this is a unique opportunity that we should pursue.”

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Local Firm Leads in Sustainability I

ntegrated design firm LPA, Inc. emerged as a leader of creating sustainable projects before “going green” was ever trendy.

For more than 40 years, the Roseville design and engineering firm, with locations in San Diego and Irvine, has been advocating the message that sustainable design can be achieved on any project, budget, building type and location. 500 major design awards attest to LPA’s commitment to design excellence. Among those awards are several projects that have gained merit nationally, including the First LEED Gold Facility for NASA. “Not only do sustainable design strategies reduce the impact of development on the environment, they also contribute to what we refer to as the ‘Triple Bottom Line’,” said Steve Newsom. “Beneficial to the environment, beneficial to the end users and beneficial to the ongoing operational and maintenance costs.” Newsom said despite its national recognition, after twelve years in Roseville the firm is relatively unknown locally. Joining the Roseville Chamber was a step toward increasing the firm’s local presence. “The greatest benefit of being a Roseville Chamber member is the exposure that the Chamber staff strive to provide for our firm,” Newsom said. “Their team of hard-working individuals is greatly appreciated.” On March 18, LPA, Inc. is hosting a Happy Hour open to all Chamber members and non-members at its office on Sierra College Blvd. Enjoy food, beverages, fine hospitality and learn a little more about this leader in design. “When projects we have designed play a role in positively affecting lives, there is no greater reward,” Newsom said. LPA, Inc is located at 1548 Eureka Rd., Ste. 101 in Roseville. To find out more about their sustainable designs, visit their website at www. lpainc.com.

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Blossoms and Balloons Finds Ways to Go Green and Save Some Green B

lossoms and Balloons has been in business in Roseville for nearly 30 years – long-term success that owner Kim Hoskinson attributes to their “commitment to quality products and great customer service.” For Hoskinson, Roseville has been the ultimate place to own her floral design and balloon business because even through tremendous growth, it has retained a “small town” feel.

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“Everyone seems connected,” Hoskinson said. “People like supporting local businesses.”

as possible,” Hoskins said. Blossoms and Balloons has also bought recycled vases for floral arrangements, buys from local growers, upgraded to energy-saving light fixtures and installed a UV film on the windows of the Cirby Way storefront to reduce heating and air conditioning costs.

Hoskinson has also been a member of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce since October of 1984 when her shop opened. She said the opportunity to meet “Everyone seems connected, People other community Hoskinson said like supporting local businesses.” members, for occasions big Kim Hoskinson and small, flowers who remain friends and are always a winning peers, is choice for a gift. the most valuable part of her membership. “Flowers are a great gift for any occasion,” Hoskinson said. “Nature’s gift Even in the inherently “green” business of beauty and fragrances that everyone of floral design, Hoskinson has found ways appreciates and enjoys.” to be more conscious of the environment and save money. Blossoms and Balloons is located at 199 Cirby Way, Suite 17 in Roseville. Call “In the past few years we have been 916.783.4477 or visit their website at trying to composite as much green waste www.blossomsballoons.com.

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PLACER COUNTY UPDATE Kirk Uhler

Supervisor District 4

Share Your Input on Roseville’s Future A

couple of decades ago, the Sacramento region engaged various interest groups to identify areas within the region that would be suitable for future development, to meet future job and housing needs. This study included availability of land, adequate or expandable infrastructure, and resources. That effort, the Sacramento Regional Blueprint, has become the master planning template for our region. The Blueprint identified the southwest corner of Placer County for future urbanized development. Subsequently, the County has engaged in our own master planning effort to identify specific areas within the county for future urban development (consistent with the Blueprint), as well as areas ideally suited for conservation and preservation of open space. This effort is commonly know as the Placer County Conservation Plan (PCCP). In its current iteration, the PCCP has identified specific areas that are to be urbanized and areas to be preserved in their

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open status. Appropriately, the areas slotted for future urbanization are adjacent to the existing incorporated cities of Roseville and Lincoln, with the conservation areas lying further away from existing development and available infrastructure. So, the question is no longer will or should there be “green-field” development in Placer County, but rather how best to accommodate the development to the benefit of current and future residents. Our Placer County General Plan, adopted in 1994, calls for urbanized growth to occur within incorporated cities. For this to happen, it will require the annexation of large tracks of currently unincorporated land into the cities of Roseville and Lincoln, and for that to happen, Roseville will need to partner with the County and Lincoln in the PCCP. I encourage Roseville to engage the PCCP, sooner rather than later, to maximize the planning of this future development.

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DRY CREEK JOINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT UPDATE Mark Geyer Superintendent

School District First to Earn “LEED” M

ore than ever before, local school districts are “going green” through environmentally sustainable building designs, retrofitting of existing facilities, and working with utility companies to develop aggressive, energy saving programs. Creekview Ranch Middle School was one of the first schools in California to earn the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold Certification for its green design which has the added benefit of classrooms more conducive to student learning. Local school districts have received significant savings through programs sponsored by Roseville Electric. Most recently, Roseville Electric presented the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District with an energy rebate check in the amount of $48,000 for a complete HVAC replacement project at Heritage Oak Elementary School. This project alone will save the district an estimated $3,000 a year in energy costs; about five percent of the district’s total utility costs. The partnership between the district and Roseville Electric has resulted in many cost-saving, energy-efficient programs. These programs include: lighting retro-fits, “cool” roof systems, occupancy sensors, and energy management systems. In total, all of these programs have resulted in savings of approximately $8,000 per year at Heritage Oak Elementary School alone. Sustainable, environmentally sensible programs are a responsibility that Dry Creek and other local districts take very seriously. Through continued partnerships with energy providers, our local districts will not only provide energy-efficient schools but classrooms in which our students will benefit from an enhanced learning environment.

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he private and public sectors in Roseville are teaming up to promote economic development in the community through a partnership called Advantage Roseville. Each of the 21 member businesses in the private sector have pledged $5,000 annually for a term of three years toward the project, matched by $100,000 in funds from the City of Roseville. The Roseville Community Development Corporation will oversee the program. The goals of Advantage Roseville are to create outreach programs and a search team to attract businesses to relocate or expand in Roseville. Past President of the Roseville Chamber Jeff Ronten, of Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet & D.F. Properties, Inc., said the investment made by the chamber in 2012 in Advantage Roseville will benefit all Roseville Chamber members. “The Roseville Chamber is always looking for significant programs which can add value to Chamber membership. The decision in 2012 to invest in Advantage Roseville is a prime example of the Chamber’s efforts to continue the economic momentum within in the Roseville-area,” Ronten said. “This collaborative effort will eventually benefit all businesses in our community.” Carrie Reginato, of Folsom Lake Bank, agreed that the private-public partnership is vital to spurring continued growth. “Private sector companies have recognized the importance of strong communities to their bottom line and have committed staff and dollars to the project,” Reginato said. “It is very important for our Roseville Chamber of Commerce to be involved…this will result in a healthier community, so the dollars invested in business recruitment and infrastructure may be fully realized.”

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“The decision in 2012 to invest in Advantage Roseville is a prime example of the Chamber’s efforts to continue the economic momentum within in the Roseville-area.” -Jeff Ronten, Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet & D.F. Properties, Inc.

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Love Your Lashes 426 Vernon St. Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 802-4488 Priority Printing 640 Vernon St. Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 786-2446 SAFTA (Security & Firearms Training Academy) 3479 Orange Grove Ave. North Highlands, CA 95660 (916) 500-1442

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Edward Jones Investments - Erich Brashears Galleria Nails Gameday Granite Bay Spine & Body (Kyani) Home Helpers Integral Networks Interwest Consulting Group Jeff’s Locksmiths Koko FitClub of Roseville/Granite Bay Lang Lew Photography Law Office of Byron Roope LOJO Love Your Lashes Love Your Nails Maki Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc. Maternal Instinct Massage Medifast Weight Control Center Mt. Diablo Trust Nautilus Buys Homes North Roseville Rec Center Osborn Portraits

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what’s happening PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO KNOW IN MARCH/APRIL

chamber luncheon

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

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

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

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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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WEDNESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Terraces of Roseville, 707 Sunrise Ave.

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE 2013 COMMITTEE 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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MONDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Smart&Final, 8481 Auburn Blvd, CH

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

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

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WEDNESDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm

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TUESDAY SPEED NETWORKING 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. $10 per member/$20 non-member

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THURSDAY LEADERSHIP ROSEVILLE 7:30 am - 2:00 pm

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

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FREE with Membership $25 non-members Speaker: Breann Zweck, StayFIT Topic Workplace Health

WEDNESDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 12:45 pm - 1:45 pm

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THURSDAY LEADERSHIP ROSEVILLE 7:30 am - 2:00 pm

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. $17 member pre-paid/ $25 at the door/non-member

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

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE 2013 COMMITTEE 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. $17 member pre-paid/ $25 at the door/non-member

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Topic: Marketing with LinkedIn Speaker: Melissa Washington, SmartNet Strategies Sponsored by: A+ Personalized Dental Care Catered by: Spoons Encore Celebrated Catering

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MONDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm LPA, Inc., 1548 Eureka Rd., Ste. 101

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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

WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am THURSDAY NETWORKING BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. $15 member pre-paid $22 at the door/non-member

Topic: Why Leading Companies Choose Roseville Sponsored by: Western Health Advantage Catered by: Rubino’s Ristorante

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Sponsor: Home Helpers

Speaker: Meg Getchel, Limelight Local Topic: Create Business Opportunities with Social Media’s “Big 3” Platforms

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THURSDAY SEO TRAINING 10:00 am - 11:00 am

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR hosted by IGNITE 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Ginger’s Restaurant, 1410 East Roseville Pkwy.

TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FREE with Membership $25 non-members

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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. $15 member pre-paid $22 at the door/non-member Sponsor: William Jessup University

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