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ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE JUL | AUG 2016

Roseville 2016: A Success for the Entire Community

A N O F F I C I A L P U B L I C AT I O N O F T H E R O S E V I L L E A R E A C H A M B E R O F CO M M E R C E

Be a Leader in Roseville Find out How Inside

Kirk Uhler Re-Elected for Placer County Supervisor


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CONTENTS

JULY | AUGUST

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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NEWS FROM THE CEO

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PLACER COUNTY UPDATE

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CHAMBER UPDATES

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ROSEVILLE 2016

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WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER!

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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More Than an Event: Takeaways from Roseville 2016

Be a Leader in Roseville

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Marijuana Cultivation in Placer County

5 Reasons to Attend our Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies

A Success for the Entire Community

New Members of the Roseville Area Chamber Family

New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

Plan Ahead with our Upcoming Events!

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Officers President Brian Ivie Mercy San Juan Medical Center President-Elect Jared M. Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic Past President Kim Silvers Silvers HR, LLC Secretary/Treasurer Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates VP Economic & Government Affairs James Cuppet VP Membership Services Janette Moynier River City Bank VP Community Development Kristen Holihan SAFE Credit Union

Board of Directors Ted Allegra

ComAudit Services, Inc.

Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Jeremy Burke

Gold Country Media

Tim Burke Quest

Jeff Collins

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Bill Halldin

Halldin Public Relations

Heidi Harman WalMart

John Mason

Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Jeff Richardson

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Alex Rue

Ignite Young Professionals

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Doug Wagemann

Cochrane & Wagemann | Cremation Society of Placer County

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

More Than an Event: Takeaways from Roseville 2016

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or the past 30 years, the Roseville Area Brian Ivie Chamber of Commerce Mercy San Juan has put on its annual Medical Center business opportunity and growth-event. The event, this year called “Roseville 2016”, gives chamber members and members of the community an opportunity to convene and collaborate; to hear about new trends in business growth; and to hear from community leaders about the business environment in which we are all operating. The event itself was utterly fantastic. We heard from local social media gurus from Mikuni Restaurant Group, Raley’s, the Sacramento River Cats and the Sacramento Kings about ways to better leverage social media to increase volume. And we heard from Taylor Clark of the Cassandra Report about the ways in which consumer generational groups differ from one another in terms of goals and priorities. And while everything presented at Roseville 2016 was essentially immediately actionable, I don’t want to lose sight of what the goal of the event was – to connect business leaders, to encourage sharing and to influence our business environment. These are important concepts which really underscore the continued value of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. As a business leader, people depend on you to make good decisions and to find new ways to keep the doors open now and in the future. The Chamber provides business leaders in this area

with an automatic group of peers who understands those responsibilities and probably understands you better than you know. The Chamber exists to connect business leaders who have common goals – key among those goals is running a successful business. We may not all agree on politics or which Major League Baseball team is superior (it’s the Los Angeles Dodgers, by the way), but we all do want our businesses to succeed. How we bring about that success will be different for each of us; but, the collective wisdom of a group like the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is substantial. By sharing our successes and our opportunities for improvement (failures sounds so negative), we accelerate our collective learning curve. Ultimately that strengthens our business environment and our economy. On behalf of the entire Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, I want to thank those of you who attended Roseville 2016. For those who couldn’t attend, I encourage you to make it a priority next year. I am always gratified to be among our communities’ business leaders and to see first-hand the enthusiasm and skill which powers our business environment. Thank you for your contributions to making the Roseville area a great place to do business and making the Chamber the vibrant group that it is. And, if you have any comments on the Dodgers…let’s talk in October.

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


NEWS FROM THE CEO

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Bookkeeper

Be a Leader in Roseville

Laura Vineyard

Director of Administration Amy Triplett

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ecoming a leader in our community starts with our Leadership Roseville Program, which is specifically designed to educate and develop effective community leaders who will help create a spirit of cooperation for the resolution of future community challenges. This structured program is carefully designed to: • Educate future leaders about the diversity of organizations that make up our community.

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Christina Commer

Wendy Gerig C.E.O.

• Encourage informed individuals to serve the community in leadership roles of their choice. • Enhance community leadership and management skills. The curriculum of the program includes information about the history of Roseville, education, economic development, public safety, courts, regional planning, recreation, tourism, the arts, health care, human services, Roseville civics and the future of Roseville. Graduates of the program will acquire vast knowledge about the city straight from decision makers and experts. Participants attend a monthly session from September through May, which includes a combination of lectures, panel discussions, hands on activities and on-site visits to locales relevant to the day’s focus. Graduates will be introduced to the community in an evening graduation held in June. Candidacy for Leadership Roseville is open to individuals who seek to contribute their skills, knowledge and expertise to benefit Roseville and Placer County on a yearly basis. Submit your application by July 29, 2016. If you are interested in joining this program and becoming a community leader, applications and information are available online at LeadershipRoseville.com or by calling us at (916) 783-8136.

Director of Membership & Programs Katie Delyon

Communications Specialist Hla Elkordy

Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Accounting Assistant Megan Deiotte

Business Development Representative C.J. Duxbury

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

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

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, is proud to be an accredited five-star 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% achieve five-star status.

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PLACER COUNTY UPDATE Marijuana Cultivation in Placer County

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nce again, the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce has demonstrated that it is not afraid to engage on weighty issues. Though one might think the issue of regulating marijuana cultivation in Placer County might be outside the normal scope of a business organization, the Chamber quickly and correctly identified the myriad ways that allowing the proliferation of pot farms would be bad for the overall economic and societal health of our community.

Kirk Uhler Placer County Supervisor

By way of background, Supervisor Weygandt first brought the discussion to our Board over a year ago in response to neighbor complaints of collective “medicinal” grows in the Sheridan area. On that day Weygandt and I voted to ban outdoor grows, but the other three Board members preferred that the County do nothing in anticipation of future state legislation. In December of last year, county staff came back to our Board seeking direction on how to regulate, if at all, the various aspects of marijuana cultivation and sales. This time, I was alone in my opposition to creating a regulatory framework that would allow for pot farms in our county. At each of our hearings, we heard from dozens of marijuana users, each citing the miracle medicinal qualities of marijuana for treating everything from gout to glaucoma. However, my trip to one of Sacramento’s dispensaries confirmed what most of us intuitively know – over 70% of sales to people with “medical marijuana” cards are to young men between the ages of 21 and 40, a group not exactly riddled with afflictions of either gout or glaucoma. The other oft-heard refrain was that a society that so openly engages in the consumption of alcohol is being hypocritical to not allow marijuana. Saying that the wide-spread pervasiveness (and abuse) of alcohol somehow justifies making marijuana more readily available is akin to saying that since hand guns are readily accessible, we should hand out grenade launchers. The fact is that a regulatory structure that requires growers to self-identify and go through costly and time consuming hoops to grow their product for market, such as some at the County envision, is simply doomed to fail without law enforcement being given a huge hammer to use against those who continue to grow outside the regulated environment. And no such hammer exists. Simply put, encouraging the proliferation of marijuana in Placer County under the guise of “regulation” is not in the best interests of the residents we serve. I encourage the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce to stay engaged on this issue.

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CHAMBER UPDATES

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Reasons to Attend our Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies

Everyone is welcome to Attend!

Meet new business owners and your fellow Chamber members.

2 Get involved in the community + show your support. 3 Use it as a chance to network with key decision makers in the community.

4 Ribbon Cuttings happen almost weekly and at different times of the day giving you a chance to pick the one that works best for you.

5 Best of all, they are free and can be a lot of fun! For a list of upcoming Ribbon Cuttings, check the calendar of events on our website, our Facebook events, and our weekly Monday EBlast.

Score New Leads at our Next Business Showcase and Mixer

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ur quarterly Business Showcase and Mixers provide the perfect platform to show the public what your business is all about. Lucky for you, our next one is coming up on July 12th from 5 pm to 7 pm at Legends & Heroes | Woodcreek Catering, 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. This is your chance to represent your business before the entire community. This event, which is free and open to the public, draws a huge crowd and a lot of community participation. All you have to do is reserve your booth space and let us take care of the rest! Booths are limited and well worth the price of $200 for Roseville Area Chamber members, $350 for non-members. Secure your space now by contacting Christina Commer at events@rosevillearechamber.com or call (916) 783-8136.

Revolutions Naturopathic

“Our law firm participated in a Business Showcase and Mixer through the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. It was a great event for our company because not only was it fun for our staff to get out and promote our business, but we met a lot of businesses that were part of the Chamber. We were able to form lasting relationships with other businesses and also generated some new clients that hired us. We also won some great raffle prizes and had fun donating one as well. Overall, I highly recommend the event.� Mike Yee, Meyer & Yee, LLP w w w. R o s e v i l l e A r e a C h a m b e r. c o m

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ROSEVILLE 2016

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oseville2016, our Annual South Placer Premier Business and Economic Event, was held May 26th at Bayside-Granite Bay (our generous Host Sponsor) and was a complete success! We had great expectations for this sold-out event and saw all the hard work pay off with the hundreds of connections that were made that day. Roseville 2016 drew a crowd of over 700 attendees who all came together for a day full of connections and information sharing. The sponsors put in a lot of time and effort into building innovative booths that represented the latest and most successful business trends that work for them. Attendees had a blast moving from booth to booth getting a unique chance to experience what each company had to offer. Hosted by Jim Pelley, the breakout session was the highlight of the day. Our dynamic line-up of speakers, including marketing professionals from Mikuni Restaurant Group, Inc., Raley’s, Sacramento River Cats, and Sacramento Kings, shared the top social media trends that attract and influence their ideal customers. Attendees came out with a new perspective on how to harness the power of their social media to gain more customers and grow their businesses. Our Roseville 2016 Keynote Speaker, Taylor Clark, explored the latest youth trends and insights from the  Cassandra Report, highlighted the values, preferences and behaviors that differ between generations Y and Z, and provided key takeaways for brands looking to win with these consumers. The day came to an end with a delightful Sips & Sweets Reception hosted by Westfield Galleria at Roseville where attendees got a chance to continue building on the business and personal relationships they developed throughout the day. All the attendees and sponsors walked away from Roseville 2016 with a great deal of connections and knowledge on how to grow their businesses and the community as a whole.

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CHAMBER NEWS Kirk Uhler Re-Elected as Placer County Supervisor

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oseville Area Chamber Political Action Committee is pleased to announce the re-election of Placer County Supervisor Kirk Uhler. Uhler works tirelessly to reduce regulation, cut red-tape and improve our County’s business climate. As a businessman, he has started several successful businesses in our community and knows how to create jobs. About Kirk Uhler: Kirk represented the 4th District on the Board of Supervisors from 1993-96. He was only 25 years old when elected to the post, becoming the second youngest Supervisor in California history. Kirk returned to the Board of Supervisors on Dec. 19, 2006 to fill the vacancy created after 4th District Supervisor Ted Gaines was elected to the State Assembly in November. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Kirk has been a Placer County resident since 1970. He is an Eagle Scout from Granite Bay Troop 121. Kirk and his wife, Tami, Assistant Director of Placer County Child Support Services, currently live in Granite Bay with their daughter and son.

Congratulations to our 2016 Business Awards Winners Young Professional of the Year

Colin Roe Fidelity National Title

Entrepreneur Award

Business Person of the Year

Lori Prosio Prosio Communications

Jen Bradford Northern California Dance Conservatory

The Business Awards were presented at Roseville 2016 by GALLINA LLP.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - APR | MAY A Team Steam Ace Biz Marketing Aly & Izy Foundation Angius & Terry LLP Arbonne International-Lori Staines ArtYah! Sell & Buy Handmade, Antiques BeautiControl-Erika Holmes Big Brand Theory: Innovation Through Collaboration Breninger Consulting Services Buck & Sadie’s C2C Consulting LLC Capital Training Central Valley Community Bank Christina Dyer Consulting Cirino’s Bloody Mary Mix Clear View Auto Glass ComAudit Services, Inc. Damsel In Defense Danielle Roe Events Daycation for Seniors Deanne Gamba - Aligned Wisdom Downtown Roseville Partnership Dr. Kristine Trockels N.D. Dutch Bros. Coffee - Roseville Edward Jones - Hank Burr

Ellington Marketing Solutions Energy Saving Pros FIBRENEW Folsom/Mobile Service Friends of Scott Alvord for Roseville City Council Front Street Media Gabriel Cortez Photography and Design House To Home Moving, Inc igt (Integrated Global Technologies, Inc.) Joe H. Flores, JD, MBA for Roseville City Council JR Putman Heating & Air KJ 2 Productions KOREMEDIA Law Office of Cathleen White LearnPort Inc Lighthouse Counseling and Family Resource Center Lyon Real Estate-Victor Pais Milan Men’s Wear Morning Star Business Solutions PRO DYNAMIC Physical Therapy Pure Barre Robert Half Sagaria Law, P.C.

La Fiesta Altena

SEVA Beauty Sierra Ranch Veterinary Clinic & Pet Rehab Center State Farm Insurance - Esther S. Nelson & John L. Clark SUPERCUTS #81856 Sushi Unlimited Sysco Sacramento The Fig Tree Coffee, Art & Music Lounge The Good Sip Coffee & Tea, LLC The Joint Chiropractic - Nugget Plaza The Joint Chiropractic - Renaissance Creek The Professional Voice The UPS Store Tupperware-Barbara Araujo Unleashed Success Wide Awake Business Workday World Financial Group Zoom Roseville.com Zurvita

Old Town Pizza

Vitality Bowls

Raw 101

Sierra Pacific Mortgage

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RIBBON CUTTINGS- APR | MAY American Cancer Society

Center For Discovery

Friends of Scott Alvord for Roseville City Council Garden of Eat’n

Granite Bay Wellness Center

Quick Quack Car Wash

Ninja Sushi & Teriyaki

SUNworks Solar

Team 4 Tomorrows-LLS

Sutter Walk-In Care

The Art Bistro

Tytanium Ideas Inc.

A Dash of Panache

doTerra Essential Oils

Johny 5 Productions

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - APR | MAY 1 YEAR PLUS A.W. Kelley Sewer “D” Rooter Accurate Cleaning, Inc. Advanced Development Concepts, LLC AGE Advantage Senior Care Services Alex Rue Insurance Agency, Inc Almonte Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery Amy Casado, CASp-294 Asante Catering Beacon Wealth Strategies Tony Owings CFP® Bill McAnally Racing NAPA AutoCare Center Blue Nami BNI Roseville Legends & Heroes

5 YEARS PLUS America’s Party Rental Boden Klein & Sneesby Brighton Schools-Folsom Brighton Schools-Granite Bay Brookfields Restaurant California Capital Aquatics (CCA)

10 YEARS PLUS Al Johnson Consulting, LLC Arena Softball Better Homes Realty California Gold Bob’s Cycle Center Bouchard Communications Group, Inc. Bridgeway Christian Church California Family Fitness Roseville Club

BNI-South Placer Professionals BW Auto Dismantlers C & D Remodel and Handyman Services, Inc Century 21- M&M and Associates Citadel Management Company CLL Law, A Professional Corporation Cochrane & Wagemann Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center of Sacramento Valley DPR Construction Elite Athletics Ellis Partners LLC Encompass Firehouse Subs Roseville Geiger Chiropractic Granite Pointe Psychiatry Group

Guy’s for Lunch Handyman-For-Hire Kelly-Moore Paints Latino Leadership Council Lozano Smith Lucy’s Salon & Spa Marlys Thompson Associates Merryhill School Mobile Notary Services Alison Santiago NewVision Realty Group Roxanne McCaslin NorCal Town & Country Realty-David Dorer Oil Stop Old Town Pizza OMG! Yogurt One Light Ahead PM Environmental, Inc. PNC Mortgage Propp Christensen Caniglia LLP

Prosio Communications Red Door Property Management Rosati’s Pizza Roseville Surgery Center Shoulder to Shoulder Sierra Pregnancy & Health SolarCity StayFIT Take Shape for Life Team In Training-The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society The College Planning Center Trojan Storage of Roseville United Building Maintenance Upstream Administration Volt Workforce Solutions Wells Fargo Advisers, LLC YP Marketing Solutions

Fair Share Tax Negotiations Forging Leaders Herrig & Vogt, LLP KD and C LPL Financial MDSTAT Urgent Care MV Transportation Peet’s Coffee & Tea - Quarry Ponds Peet’s Coffee & Tea - The Fountains

Perennial Pension & Wealth Placer Breast Cancer Foundation Propel Marketing Roseberry Home Care Inc. (Residential Care Facility) Roseville Community Development Corporation Roseville Crime Stoppers Roseville Police Officers Association

Rubino’s Ristorante Saint Rose School SunDance Interiors Syntrol US Cryotherapy

Capital City Catering & Event Planning Clarity Technologies Classic Impressions Awards Etc., Inc. Cornish & Carey Commercial Courtyard by Marriott Davin Management Group Diane Falzarano, CPA Dobson’s German Auto Service Dos Coyotes Border Cafe Fuel Creative Group

Golden Eagle Janitorial Gurnee Mason & Forestiere Keaton Raphael Memorial Landmark Builders Lyon Real Estate Magma Creative Michelle E. Phillips, CPA Mike Martin Photography Mourier Land Investment Corporation Nordstrom Paul’s Safe & Lock Roseville Home Start, Inc.

Roseville Rocklin Electric Sierra College Boulevard Self Storage Smile White Dental Stephen Lard Consulting Texas West Bar-B-Que The Evergreen Company The MacDiarmid Company Thyme Is Precious Personal Chef Service Union Bank Vision Quest Information Solutions, Inc.

30 YEARS PLUS

20 YEARS PLUS Celebrity Travel Legends & Heroes/ Woodcreek Catering Lennar Homes 10

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WHAT’S HAPPENING...

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

chamber luncheon

how to register

JULY SPONSORS

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networking breakfast JULY AUGUST

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AUGUST SPONSORS

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

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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Strikes Unlimited 5681 Lonetree Blvd., Rocklin Featured Non-Profit: Keaton Raphael Memorial FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am FRIDAY GOOGLE WITH THE ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER 11:30 am - 1:00 pm TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Legends & Heroes | Woodcreek Catering 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE U 11:30 am - 1:00 pm FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: Open Networking Caterer: Rubino’s Ristorante Sponsor: Eskaton

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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Sacramento Business Journal

THURSDAY ROSEVILLE U 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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Sponsor: Llamas-da Conceicao Insurance Agency

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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Sushi Unlimited 9600 Fairway Dr., Ste. 100 Featured Non-Profit: Boys & Girls Club of Placer County

FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: Placer Valley Tourism Speaker: David Attaway, Placer Valley Tourism Caterer: Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill

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FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 a.m.

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

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

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visit RosevilleAreaChamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Donna Vinnard - Norcalwest Realty FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 a.m.

FRIDAY GOOGLE WITH THE ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER 11:30 am - 1:00 pm TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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421 Berry St. Roseville, CA 95678 Office Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm

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