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COMMERCE INSIGHT ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

JULY|AUGUST

ARE YOU READY? PARTY LIKE IT’S 1995

SPLASH

Hey! the 70s called...

eat. drink. enjoy.

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12th

Job Killer Bills

6:30 - 10:00 pm | Roseville aquatics complex | 3051 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Congratulations to the Roseville Chamber

BECOME business entrepreneurship scholarship winners

Porfirio “Josh� Sanchez

Shane Morris

Roseville High School

Sponsor:

Woodcreek High School Sponsor:

Learn more about our BECOME committee at rosevillechamber.com

Closer than you think.

Coming Fall 2015! Upper division Sac State classes at Sierra College, Rocklin.

csus.edu


CONTENTS

July | August

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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NEWS FROM THE CEO

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Leverage Your Chamber Membership

Job Killer Bills

AMBASSADOR APPRECIATION

Public Relations Arm of the Chamber

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COUNTY PLACER UPDATE

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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SPLASH

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Placer County Developments

New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

Party Like It’s 1995!

THE 70’s CALLED

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

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...they want their leisure suit back...

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

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Officers President Kim Silvers

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Silvers HR LLC

President-Elect Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Secretary/Treasurer Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

Past President Randy Wilson

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Economic & Government Affairs James Cuppet

SIMS Recycling Solutions

Membership Development Kristen Holihan

California Bank & Trust

Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Tim Burke Quest

Michelle Cannon Lozano Smith

Bill Halldin

Halldin Public Relations

Heidi Harman WalMart

Ashley Harris

Ignite Young Professionals

John Mason

Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Janette Moynier

First Bank - Vernon Street

Sandy Sharon

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Jared Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

Leverage Your Chamber Membership There are dozens of ways to leverage your Chamber membership to build your business. “Networking” is at the top of many members’ lists and Kim Silvers an area (I believe) we excel at in the Roseville Chamber. If you want to Silvers HR LLC maximize your networking time and investment I will suggest a few tips… We’ve all attended networking events – breakfasts (with and without bacon), lunches, dinners, happy hours, conferences, tradeshows, power networking (the “just get to it” variety) and every other variation of meeting people to find the spark that spurs business to you. I’ve attended hundreds (maybe thousands) of these in my life as a business owner over the last 14 years. (They did not seem to be quite as important in my first 20 years as a corporate soldier.) They are the lifeblood for many of us to grow our business. Our Chamber offers many opportunities to network every month. However, I find some business people struggling to find the right cadence at these events. At times, it’s amusing to watch plebes work the room handing out their business card and moving to the next person who might be a referral source. It’s almost like watching someone punch a clock – they download their 30 second elevator speech and move down the production line. Neither party remembers the other 10 minutes later. It’s a waste of time and energy in my humble opinion. I doubt much business results from this kind of transaction, especially if it’s the only engagement. Here’s my take on what works in the networking world of business: Business is about relationships – at least in South Placer County. When I see the following behaviors/attributes, then I’m apt to remember you and think of you the next time I or one of my clients need your services or products: ◊ Are you engaged? Successful business people are not always selling. They take time to look for better approaches and resources that may benefit others. ◊ Do you contribute? Getting involved in a Chamber committee, serving as an Ambassador, sponsoring an event, or speaking at a workshop allows others to see your work and get to know you. Showing up for breakfast is nice; contributing is a superb way to get/be known. You’ll also make friends along the way. ◊ Do you take time to learn about your peers and offer help? “Givers Gain” is a tried and true axiom. Spend time learning about others and their business, needs and interests. Ask thoughtful and relevant questions. People love talking about themselves. Let them! Your turn will come. You and your new friend will be amazed at the impression you leave. ◊ If you’re still reading this then you deserve a break. The first Chamber member to email me (calls and texts do not count) with the date of our fall Splash event will win breakfast with me at my favorite breakfast spot in Granite Bay. ◊ Do you show up on time and deliver as promised? Successful volunteer work is critical to your reputation. And flaky delivery for unpaid work will kill your image as a business person. It’s the opportunity for you to show others that you are reliable and true to your word. Although everyone gets lucky now and then, those who take their Chamber volunteer role seriously have far greater returns than those who only show up for the occasional happy hour. I encourage you to take time to make a name for yourself and your business. We have a mighty web of potential collaborators awaiting you. Build relationships and the business will follow.

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NEWS FROM THE CEO

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Director of Administration Amy Yeager

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Katie Delyon

Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

AB 67:

Double Pay on the Holiday Act of 2015 This is another Job Killer Bill that would require an employer to pay at least two times the regular rate of pay to an employee for work on a family holiday. “Family holiday” means either: (A) December 25 of each year (B) The fourth Thursday of November of each year. Status: This bill failed to pass the Assembly before the “House of Origin Deadline,” and is dead for this year.

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Minimum Wage Adjustment This bill would increase California’s current minimum wage of $9 per hour in two steps: $11 in 2016 and $13 in 2017. Starting 2019, the minimum wage would be adjusted annually depending on the rate of inflation which will be calculated using the California Consumer Price Index. The bill would prohibit the Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) from reducing the minimum wage downward and from adjusting the minimum wage if the average percentage of inflation for the previous year was negative. The bill would require the IWC Division of Labor Standards Enforcement to publicize the automatically adjusted minimum wage. Status: Bill passed out of the Senate (23-15), with both of our Placer County Senators voting “No.” The bill is now in the Assembly but has not been assigned to any committees. The Roseville Chamber’s Government Affairs committee took an “opposed” position to all three bills. This committee meets on the last Friday of every month at 7:30 a.m. at the Roseville Chamber office and is lead by John Tallman of Westpark Communities. If you are interested in ensuring the success of local businesses, become a member of the Roseville Chamber today! Our firm Meyer & Yee, LLP sponsored the Roseville Chamber of Commerce Splash event on August 12, 2014. Not only was attending the event extremely fun, but we also got great exposure in the Roseville community. We anticipate being sponsors for this years event and will look to increase our sponsorship level as well. Can’t wait to try all the delicious food and drinks again. We would encourage any small business Kent Meyer Meyer & Yee, LLC to sponsor the event!

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Wendy Gerig

Stephanie Tighe

Fair Scheduling Act of 2015 The bill would require a food and general retail establishment, as defined, to provide its employees with at least 2 weeks’ notice of their schedules. It would also require the establishment to pay employees additional pay for any unpredictable scheduling practices and last-minute work schedule changes. Status: This bill failed to pass the Assembly before the “House of Origin Deadline,” and is dead for this year.

Chief Executive Officer Controller

Bills Impacting YOU & YOUR BUSINESS

oseville Chamber’s Government Affairs committee has been reviewing legislation impacting the business community. One of the highly discussed topics at this last meeting were the following Job Killer Bills:

Chamber Staff

Membership Services Coordinator Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Muang Saeteurn

Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representative Lori Ryan

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Accounting Assistant Pehavee Tucker

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

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 fivestar 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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PUBLIC RELATIONS ARM OF THE CHAMBER What is an Ambassador? These volunteers focus their efforts on membership retention and serve as the public relations arm for the chamber. The ambassadors serve as a liaison to enhance communication between the chamber’s members, Board of Directors and the CEO.

Why are they vital?

Ambassadors provide direct and valuable feedback to our staff to ensure our members receive the best service and care we can offer.

David Davis K D and C Mentor

Connie Correia

The Correia Group, Inc Healthcare Insurance

Kari Manhart

Manhart Photography

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Casey Wilson

Wilson Personal Training

Mark Brewster

Inland Business Systems

Joe Flores

Flores & Associates Insurance Services Mentor

Erica Caldwell

Garrett Vanneman BLUEPRINT Financial and Insurance Services, LLC 2015 Team Captain Mentor

Barbara Johnson Mary Kay Consulting Senior

The Pampered Chef Senior

Infinity Financial Mortgage Mentor/Staff

Bright Beginnings Senior/Mentor

Alex Rue Insurance Agency 2015 Team Captain Mentor

Roxanne O’Moore

Scott Otsuka

Sharon Brown

Alex Rue

Joseph Wolcik

Edwards Collision Studios 2015 Ambassador Chair

Joann Caetano Classic Kennels and Primerica Financial Mentor

Eskaton

California Bank & Trust

Doris Manning

James Mabbutt

Nicole Eib

Richard DeBono

Sherman Whitney

SunCal Real Estate GroupNicole Eib

Avisen Securities, Inc.

NMP Associates

Sir Speedy Printing

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COUNTY OF PLACER UPDATES

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e all know that Placer County is a desirable place to live. Whatever setting appeals to you: the suburban west end to the foothills to the mountains, we have it all. That’s why the west end of the county – mostly my district – is seeing development. Because people want to move here and live here, growth is going to take place. I’m a staunch believer in private property rights; everyone’s property rights! While owners of large parcels of land have the right to develop their property, I also want to point out that they must comply with laws and ordinances concerning development. The object here is not to stop growth, but to make certain that it’s smart and sensible. Those amenities that residents want and need must be included in any development. We listen to the stakeholders and make changes, whether it’s providing space for nearby retail, closing off entrances to development to reduce traffic, creating more trails, or setting aside additional open space and greenbelts.

Jack Duran District 1 Supervisor

As more people come to Placer County, they bring more pets. In early May we broke ground on a new Animal Services Center in Auburn. This state-of-the art facility will not only afford better care for animals, but will ensure that more are adopted into loving homes. The existing facility was at the end of its functional life and needed replacement. The new animal services center will improve animal care and give employees enough room to do their jobs. The shelter has not been, without controversy, due to its 20 million dollar cost. However, myself and Supervisor, Jennifer Montgomery, did everything we could do to reduce costs. Unfortunately building an animal shelter in 2015 as opposed to 1950, comes with added costs for safety of the animals, employees and of course the public. I can assure you the public will get tremendous value out of the building over the next 50 years. The use of medicinal marijuana is a topic about which many are passionate, whether they are advocates or opponents. Next year, there very well may be a ballot measure on the state ballot that would legalize personal use of the drug. Current California law is both vague and somewhat contradictory. The issue of regulating marijuana cultivation came before the Board of Supervisors in May. Because the issue is in flux, I, along with my colleagues, did not feel the time was right to make decisions that could very well be negated or need changing in the near future, which could result in added staff time to make changes to County codes and regulations. The issue will likely come back to the Board in 2016, hopefully when things are more settled. In response to complaints and to ensure some neighborhood harmony, Placer County’s Code Enforcement division recently launched an afterhours and weekend program. A code enforcement officer is now available nights, weekends and holidays and will respond to complaints about events, beer and wine tastings and parties/public gatherings that are unpermitted gatherings. The on-call officer will work closely with the Sheriff’s Office to ensure that events held in unincorporated areas of the county stay on the correct side of county ordinances and state law. The number to report such events is 530-401-8229. And finally, I am pleased to say that we’re making spectacular progress on a huge public works project on the shore of Lake Tahoe in Kings Beach. The Commercial Core Improvement Project has been decades in the planning and the contractor is well ahead of schedule. This innovative project is transforming a 1.1-mile stretch of State Route 28 through the heart of this lakeside community into a walkable community for residents and visitors alike. By making Kings Beach a place where people can easily stop and walk, economic development has a much better chance of succeeding. Kings Beach has the most beautiful beach in Lake Tahoe. It’s time we made the adjoining roadway, bike lanes and sidewalks as attractive as the lake itself.

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RIBBON CUTTINGS- APR | MAY

BareBones Work Wear

Brookdale Sterling Court

Century 21 SelectCatherine J. Smith

Creekside Facility Services, Inc.

Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH

Siddivinayaka Catering Service

State Farm - Michael Eldred

Owl Club

True Image Salon & Spa

Women’s Success Now

American Cancer Society

Caliber Collision

Placer Insurance Agency

Sparkles Ice Cream & Yogurt

Volunteers of America

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FEED YOUR MIND Answers Can Be Found Throughout This Issue of Commerce Insight

ACROSS 2. District 1 Supervisor (Last Name) 3. RCC President (Last Name) 6. “Roseville’s Biggest ____& Beverage Event” 8. August Roseville U Speaker (University) 12. Contact to place an ad in the next Insight Newsletter 13. Platinum Level President’s Circle 14. July’s Roseville U speaker (First Name) 15. Joe Flores offers this to protect your health and wealth. 16. Kari Manhart offers this service 18. Roseville Chamber’s Next Travel Destination 19. ___Killer Bills 20. Roseville Chamber’s email advertising opportunity. 21. CEO (Last Name)

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22. Sponsor of July Lunch 1. Location of New Animal Services Center. 3. Who Gets VIP (Early Access ) to SPLASH? 4. Both an Ambassador & Staff of the Chamber (Last Name) 5. Next Business Showcase & Mixer (Month)

Loder Construction Inc.

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7. SPLASH (Month) 9. Edwards _________ Studios 10. How much is chamber cash worth? 11. Jack Duran is a staunch believer in? (2 Words)

16. “ ______ Relations Arm of the Chamber” 17. 2015 Referring Partner of the Year (Last Name) 18. This Ambassador is both a senior and mentor (First Name)

1st Individual to complete the crossword correctly will win two tickets to Call (916) 783-8136 to enter.

SPLASH!

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20 YEARS OF A GOOD THING...

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dd a little fun to your journey to success! Every year we bring over a thousand attendees to Roseville’s biggest food and beverage event, SPLASH. Take a load off, relax poolside and enjoy the all inclusive, remarkable line-up of fine foods, beverages, local artists and live entertainment. Throughout the 20 years, we’ve had over 35 restaurants and caterers bring their signature dishes complimented with more than 30 beverage vendors bringing their best handcrafted beers, wines and spirits. We will be hosting the “SPLASH Choice Awards” where participants will be voting on their choice for best food, beverage and décor. We offer several participation options for the event, such as vendor participants, attendees and sponsorships. As an event sponsor you can guarantee your entry into Roseville’s Biggest party with a sneak preview of the event, including exclusive V.I.P. and early access beginning at 6:00 p.m. We are expecting a sold-out event this year, so get your sponsorships in early to take advantage of all the recognition and publicity! A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the City of Roseville Parks and Recreation Department At-Risk Youth Program. Learn more at www.RosevilleSplash.com.

Interested in being a participant or sponsor? Email Katie Delyon at: Events@RosevilleChamber.com

WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - APR | MAY 1st Place Realty-Kriquette Lyngstad 7twelve Wellness Admissions Journey College Consulting Almonte Center for Facial Cosmetic Surgery Benefits Done Right, Inc. Brookdale Sterling Court C & D Remodel and Handyman Services, Inc California Closets California Real Estate PropertiesJustin Stankevich Cameron Real Estate-Pat Cameron Campelli’s Pizza Central Holidays West CLL Law CPR for Dummies Cristi Nelson for Assembly 2016 Culinary Comfort Dignified Home Loans, LLC Discovery Shop-American Cancer Society Duarte & Co. 8

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Environmental Heating & Air Solutions Farmers Insurance District Office Fire Extinguisher Service Center, Inc. FreshWay Fish Gold Country Wildlife Rescue Inc. Granite Pointe Psychiatry Group Gravity IT Solutions Growing Brilliant Preschool Academy Guth & Changaris, A Professional Law Corporation HomeAid Sacramento Integra In-Home Care Julie Barnes Live Latino Leadership Council Lolli and Pops Lozano Smith Markstein Beverage Company of Sacramento Mr. Pickles NorCal Town & Country RealtyDavid Dorer Northwestern Mutual-Brendan FitzGerald

nSights Old Town Pizza On The Wall Metal Prints PNC Mortgage Proforma Albrecht & Co.- Kim Parry Rosati’s Pizza Rosenthal & Kreeger, LLP Ruen Thai Sac Spotlight Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH Shoulder to Shoulder Sparkles Ice Cream & Yogurt Streakless Window & Gutter Cleaning Summit Health Insurance Services, Inc. The Bankruptcy Group, P.C. The Boxing Donkey Irish Pub The College Planning Center True Rest Float Spa Vision Real Estate What Would Jesus Do?, Inc. YEVO International YP Marketing Solutions

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CHANGES SINCE THE 70S s my 70s leisure suit has changed, so has the healthcare insurance industry. Whether your A questions are regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), life insurance or learning about Medicare plan options, we have the experience to assist you. Our goals in assisting you include Protecting Your Health and Preserving Your Wealth. We offer FREE Consultation to individuals, employers and Medicare beneficiaries. As independent agents, we offer a wide variety of products to find the appropriate insurance match for you and your employees. The following educational workshops are designed to simplify challenging obstacles that you and your clients face.

5 Common Medicare Mistakes to Avoid Thursday, July 9 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Joe H. Flores

Thursday, July 23 12:00-1:30 p.m.

JD, MBA Flores & Associates Insurance Services 919 Reserve Drive Roseville, CA O: (877) 355-2921 C: (916) 396-4111 Joe@Joe-Medicare.com www.Joe-Medicare.com

5 Common Affordable Care Act (ACA) Mistakes to Avoid for Individuals & Employers Thursday, July 16 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Thursday, August 6 12:00-1:30 p.m.

Please contact me if you are interested in attending (916) 396-4111. Lunch will be provided. Workshops take place at 919 Reserve Dr., Roseville. Seating is limited. Over 20 Years of Service in the Roseville area.

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Tips from our Referral Partner

have found it is very easy to sell a product or service when you truly believe in its power to change IUsing lives. The Roseville Chamber of Commerce has the tools to help all businesses; small or large, grow. the chamber’s tools entrepreneurs like myself can thrive in our great community. One of those tools is relationship building. In today’s modern age you can buy networking, but you can’t buy relationships. The chamber helps facilitate strong relationships between business owners; however, it will only become stronger with active members. By referring new members you can help create a stronger more efficient chamber, with relationships that will build on one another for a lifetime.

Tips for referring new members: • Understand their target market. • Show them how the chamber will benefit them. • Connect them with current members and promote reciprocity. • Take the initiative and take them to an event, like a mixer, breakfast, or lunch. • Introduce them to the chamber staff and other members before referring them. • The most important step of all is to follow up and help them get involved. • After they join make sure they are using their membership to its full potential!

Ryan Haney

Roseville Chamber 2015 Referral Partner of the Year

Benefits of growing with the Roseville Chamber: • Recognition at the Chamber lunch and breakfast. • $20 in Chamber Cash to be used towards membership, advertising, events, etc. • Business mentioned on eBlast & Lobby Display . To refer a business, send your lead to one of the Roseville Chamber sales representatives or visit rosevillechamber.com and submit your referral there.

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - APR | MAY 1 YEAR PLUS AccedeO Inc. Advanced Development Concepts, LLC AGE Advantage Senior Care Services Allegiant Giving Corporation Alpine Mortgage Planning Bayside Church Best Business Referral Network Bill McAnally Racing NAPA AutoCare Center Bingham Law Group Blue Nami Bunz Sports Pub & Grub Burns & Wilcox C & S Enterprises (Organo Gold) Cattlemens Steakhouse Chili’s Comcast Spotlight Cremation Society of Placer County Duran Law Office

5 YEARS PLUS Astoria Wine Group Avisen Securities, Inc. Richard DeBono Bertinis German Motors of Roseville Better Homes Realty California Gold Boden Klein & Sneesby Bridgeway Christian Church

10 YEARS PLUS A+ Dental Care Action Properties Bob’s Cycle Center Bouchard Communications Group, Inc. Buca di Beppo Capital City Catering & Event Planning

20 YEARS PLUS Celebrity Travel Coker-Ewing Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Lennar Homes Piches Architecture Placer County Water Agency Safeguard Business Systems WestAmerica Bank

Dutch Bros. Coffee Edmar Technologies, Inc. Elite Athletics Elizabeth Davis, LMFT, BCBA Energy 2001, Inc. European Wax Center Granite Bay Fair Share Tax Negotiations Flame & Fire Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse Geiger Chiropractic GM Repair Center of Roseville INtero Real Estate Jimboy’s Tacos - Douglas John Adams Academies Inc. Judy’s Blossom Shop/Fleurs du Jour Kaia FIT Granite Bay KD and C Kelly-Moore Paints Make It Happen! Marlys Thompson Associates McCoy Fatula, LLP McGee & Thielen Insurance Brokers Meissner, Joseph and Palley, Inc.

Melissa Washington, Inc. Montage Salon Studios National University North American Home Services OMG! Yogurt PakMail Granite Bay Perennial Pension & Wealth Placer Breast Cancer Endowment Placer County AuditorController Propel Fundraising Propp Christensen Caniglia LLP Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc. Quick Quack Car Wash RFE Engineering, Inc. Richard F. Jackson Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Roseville Community Development Corporation Roseville Honda Motorsports Roseville Police Officers Association Rudy’s Mexican Gourmet Sacramento River Cats Salon Nuriche-Katrena Thomas Sharp Business Systems

SKY Financial and Insurance Services, LLC StayFIT Subway Sandwich Shop SunCal Real Estate GroupNicole Eib Syntrol Team In Training-The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ted4promos.com - Kaeser & Blair The Promo Agency The Studio Salon The Wells Group Thrivent Financial Scott Berner TRI Commercial-Gordon Stevenson Upstream Administration Verbena Flowers & Trimmings Wag Time Dog Training Women In Networking-WIN Women’s Success Now Zafia’s Family House

Brighton Schools-Folsom Brighton Schools-Granite Bay Brookfields Restaurant Clarity Technologies Coldwell Banker - Natalie Whistler Diane Falzarano, CPA Dobson’s German Auto Service Executive Care Landscape Management, Inc. Hansen Kohls Sommer & Jacob LLP Hunt Jeppson & Griffin, LLP

Karen T. Peak CPA Kristen Spears, Placer County Assessor Magma Creative MV Transportation One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning Roseberry Home Care Inc. (Residential Care Facility) Roseville Rocklin Electric Roseville Youth Soccer Club Saint Rose School Sally Galli Consulting

Spectrum Wealth Management Springhill Suites by Marriott SunDance Interiors U.S. Bank - Fairway Drive USA Properties Fund Inc. Weideman Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics Western Health Advantage Whole Foods Market Yamamoto & Lee Family Dentistry

City of Roseville Comcast Business Class Courtyard by Marriott Dr. Richard A. Borghi, O.D., APC Fairfield Inn By Marriott First Allied Five Star Bank Genesis Wealth Group Golden Eagle Janitorial Granite Pointe Eye Care, Inc. Keaton Raphael Memorial

Keller Williams Realty - Shelly & Mark Koumelis Landmark Builders Legends & Heroes/Woodcreek Catering Lyon Real Estate Michelle E. Phillips, CPA Mike Martin Photography Mourier Land Investment Corporation Nordstrom P.F. Chang’s China Bistro

Promote Me Roseville Historical Society Roseville Home Start, Inc. Sacramento Bank of Commerce Sierra Central Credit Union Sierra College Blvd. Self Storage Smile White Dental Storage Direct The MacDiarmid Company Tri Counties Bank

30 YEARS PLUS Kaiser Permanente Medical Center Roseville Jt. Union High School Dist.

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I enjoy Splash! It blends our businesses with the community in a festive environment with great food and wares, and it helps raise funds to help the City with important programs for our residents.  Splash exemplifies our Chamber’s unique commitment to “Roseville.”

Susan Rohan Vice Mayor

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WHAT’S HAPPENING... PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN JULY/AUGUST

chamber luncheon JULY

July Sponsor

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AUGUST 21

networking breakfast JULY 23 AUGUST 27

August Sponsors

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

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

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FRIDAY CHAMBER OFFICE CLOSED INDEPENDENCE DAY

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE UNIVERSITY A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY 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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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: State of the City Speaker: Ray Kerridge, City Manager Catered by: Carmelita’s Restaurant Sponsor: Eskaton

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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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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: New Life Chiropractic

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TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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

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FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 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. Catered by: Ludy’s Main Street BBQ & Catering Sponsor: AFLAC

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

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

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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Donna Vinnard Norcalwest Realty

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FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE UNIVERSITY A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 a.m.

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