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Swearing-in ceremony for the board members of 2016

Photo Courtesy of Jeff Hall Photography


Members Honored at Installation

The Annual Installation Dinner for the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce was held on January 13th at the Timber Creek Ballroom. Many of our Chamber members were honored for their dedication and service throughout 2015. To learn more about the winners and to see more photos from the event, visit our Facebook page or website at: www.RosevilleAreaChamber.com. Thank you Jeff Hall Photography for the photos

2015 INSTALLATION DINNER AWARD WINNERS:

President’s Award Phil Bristol Projectivity Solutions

Ambassador of the Year Joe Wolcik Edwards Collison Studios

ATHENA Award Barbara Johnson Mary Kay Cosmetics

President’s Award Gary Yeatts Clarity Technologies

Referral Partner of the Year Ryan Haney CEO Holdings LLC

Edward M. Friedman Community Service Joe Flores Flores & Associates Insurance Services

Volunteer of the Year Matt Bridge PRIDE Industries


CONTENTS

MARCH | APRIL

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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GOOD news from the ceo

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PLACER COUNTY UPDATES

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ROSEVILLE UNIVERSITY

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Strategies for the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce

Introducing the Membership Communication Council

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If you build it, they will come...

Professional Development series to help you...

REBRANDING

What’s in the name? That which we call our Chamber...

WELCOME TO THE Chamber! New Members of the Roseville Area Chamber Family

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

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Plan Ahead with our Upcoming Events!

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RIBBON CUTTINGS New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

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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 First Bank - Vernon Street VP Community Development Kristen Holihan California Bank & Trust

Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Jeremy Burke

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Innovative Strategies for the Roseville Area Chamber T

he Chamber started the year off on a very high Brian Ivie note, holding the Board Mercy San Juan Installation and Awards Medical Center Dinner in mid-January. For those who were unable to attend the dinner, you certainly missed an exceptional event. Several people were recognized for their dedicated service to the Chamber that night and I want to also recognize them here. My heartfelt thanks and congratulations to the following people: Joe Wolcik (Ambassador of the Year); Barbara Johnson (Athena Award winner); Joe Flores (Ed Friedman Award winner); Phil Bristol and Gary Yeatts (President’s Award winners); Ryan Haney (Referral Partner of the Year); and Matt Bridge (Volunteer of the Year). In addition to giving us an opportunity to honor so many of our members whose hard work and sheer determination have benefitted the Chamber and its members, the Board Installation Dinner gave us a chance to unveil the Chamber’s new look and brand strategy.

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

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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Let’s be clear – brand strategy is much more than designing a snazzy logo. It is a complex process of identifying and defining value and opportunity for any organization. The Chamber has been fortunate to work with Taber Creative Group, which led the creative process and better positioned the Chamber to realize its opportunities through an updated, comprehensive brand strategy. As I said, brand strategy is complex, but there are some key things you should know about the Chamber’s “discovery” process for its brand strategy. First, we surveyed our own members in Roseville and Granite Bay, as well as non-members. Then, we held focus groups with our ambassadors and our board of directors. Finally, we looked at best practices in other Chambers, as well as other business organizations that compete for our members’ attention. All of that information was prioritized and a set of recommendations was developed.

Some things we learned: Our Chamber is more relevant than most and we attract businesses well beyond our geographic region. The value we provide varies greatly from member to member, but our members do derive value from their membership. And while we have been successful, and we will continue to succeed, an improved brand strategy will only make us more successful, faster. And now to the fun part – what this means to our members and what this new brand strategy actually looks like. Going forward, the Chamber will be named the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, which shortens the name of the organization. Our old brand identity system, namely our logo, has been the same for the last 20 years. So our logo has been updated considerably. You can see that it still includes the rose for obvious reasons, but the rose now relays the Chamber’s bold approach, with a strong center and activity radiating outward, depicting our strong focus and our expanding reach. Our new color scheme and font choices give us a professional look and feel that will soon be carried over to all of the Chamber’s materials. The board is working to identify the growth and diversification strategies to dovetail with the new brand strategy, to ensure that the Chamber continues to bring innovative initiatives, offerings and opportunities to its diverse membership. As more detailed information about that becomes available, we will share it with you in this newsletter. As always, on behalf of the board of directors and the Chamber staff, I want to thank you for continued commitment to making the Roseville area a business friendly, business-forward community. The spirit of collaboration is a hallmark of this Chamber and I am humbled by that. I am grateful for the opportunity to continue to serve this community and look forward to an incredibly productive year!

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


NEWS FROM THE CEO

New Name for the Roseville Area Chamber Membership Committee

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he Membership Communication Council, previously known as the Wendy Gerig Membership Advisory Council, relies heavily on membership C.E.O. involvement. This committee started as a way to provide a forum for communicating the needs of our members. The rebranding of the name makes it more reflective of what we do and what we would like to do. Today, the focus is adding “Value Proposition” which is ensuring that all members, from the smallest to the largest, receive value (benefit) from their membership. MCC meets on the second Friday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at the Roseville Area Chamber office.

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller Stephanie Tighe

Director of Administration Amy Triplett

Director of Events & Sponsorship Katie Delyon

Director of Membership & Programs Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Muang Saeteurn

Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy

Mission Statement: “To promote & provide valuable feedback to the Chamber regarding membership programs.”

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

In the past year, they’ve brought in several new programs and events to the Chamber such as the Non-Profit Expo and the New Member Mixer: Non-Profit Expo: This expo brought over 200 attendees along with 49 non-profit display booths. Roxanne O’Moore of The Pampered Chef donated a van and we also raffled a check to a lucky non-profit. This year we are working with the City of Roseville & Roseville Community Development Corporation with the event taking place on March 8th at the Roseville Sports Center (1545 Pleasant Grove Blvd.) from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. New Member Mixer: The committee surveyed all the new members and asked, “Would this bring value to you?” The majority answered Yes. The last mixer brought in over 40 new members with great feedback. All the new members met the Chamber president, practiced their 30 second elevator speeches and created strong friendships throughout the event.

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Committee Chair

Charlie Harrison Principal Financial Group

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

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t was a few years ago that real estate values tanked and the economy took the precipitous dive that led us into the “great recession.” Retail sales were flat at best, there were few building starts and many lots sat empty, testimony to the fickle and roller coaster economic world in which we live. However, now the view among economists is more than cautiously optimistic as economic indicators are rising, especially in Northern California. In many categories, Placer County leads the way, showing increases that are above the rest of the state. Perhaps the most visible indicators of economic health are the numerous retail developments either now open or under construction. In Rocklin, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World recently opened its 100,000-square-foot store. Walmart is also in the same development, as is PetSmart and numerous restaurants and specialty retailers. Across Interstate 80 at Sierra College Boulevard is another retail center with Target and Studio Movie Grill serving as two of the anchor tenants. The fact that large national retailers are looking to Placer County to site their stores is testimony to our vibrant economic health. It is no surprise to us that live here this is an attractive place to call home. One telling statistic is the number of Californians who move to Placer County from other areas of the state. From 2009 to 2014, we led the state in net domestic migration. Placer County is truly a place where people want to live and work. With these businesses opening here and domestic migration, it’s no wonder that the unemployment rate in Placer County is low. Our rate is not only below state and national rates but lower than the regional rate. And we have recovered most of the jobs lost during the recession. Placer County has also seen a huge increase in Small Business Administration loans with a 39 percent increase. The next closest county was Sacramento, which showed a modest 2 percent increase. Here are a few highlights that indicate positive growth in Placer County: • The California Independent System Operator, ISO, the non-profit that manages the state’s electrical grid, is building a 35,000-square foot backup facility in Lincoln; 4

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• Adventist Health bought a $17 million parcel in Roseville for a new headquarters; • Bickford Ranch, a 1,928-acre development with 1,900 residential units was approved by Jack Duran the board of supervisors; District 1 Supervisor • Squaw Valley, Homewood and Northstar ski areas have plans to expand their operations; • National grocery chain Sprouts Farmers Market is opening a store in Roseville; • Rocklin is seeking proposals to develop a 7.7-acre parcel on Pacific Street with infill development; and • The completion of the first phase of the Kings Beach Commercial Core Improvement Project is leading to improved lodging properties that will replace motels built in the 1950s and 1960s. The prospect of internationally recognized and UK leading Warwick University locating in western Placer County further demonstrates the continued prosperity and, more importantly, that opportunity is on the horizon. Additionally, the Board of Supervisors continues to actively pursue development of the Sunset Industrial Area which includes a CSU-Sacramento/Sierra College campus located in north eastern Placer County. Taking a line from an 80’s song, the future looks so bright “we have to wear shades.” Like I’ve said many times, Placer County has so much to offer its residents and visitors. With housing choices that range from suburban to rural to mountain, anyone can find a desirable place to call home. We have a myriad of recreational activities. We have retail and agriculture. Our industrial sector is poised to grow and higher education is coming as well. We’ve weathered that storm of a recession that had many of us reeling and we are positioned for continued success. But the light at the end of the tunnel is glowing and it’s getting brighter. This is a good time for Placer County and I’m pleased that we’ve turned a corner. As always, it is an honor and a privilege to serve you. I always welcome your feedback and can be reached by e-mail at jduran@placer.ca.gov or by phone at 916-7878950.

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


The Roseville AReA ChAmbeR of CommeRCe

new bRAnd hAs hATChed!

The award-winning branding professionals at Taber Creative Group wish to thank you, the Chamber members, staff, Ambassadors and Board of Directors, for your cooperation and input towards developing the new brand. How can we help you with your brand?

“I joined the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce when I started my practice in 2005 because I am a firm believer that businesses have a responsibility to support the community. What I have learned since then, having volunteered in various capacities, is that the Chamber of Commerce does so much more than most business people will ever understand to support and create a fantastic community for businesses of all sizes. I have seen great success in my practice thanks to the networking opportunities the Chamber of Commerce offers, but I really appreciate all they do to make Roseville and the surrounding areas a great environment to run and maintain a successful business.”

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Jared Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

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ROSEVILLE UNIVERSITY

Neccessary development skills to help you thrive professionally!

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ifelong learning is fundamental to one’s personal and professional development as well as the continued success of our community. The initial expenditure on training an employee could be costly for a business owner, but taking it further and coaching their professional development skills could be even more effective in the long run. This type of training helps the professional individual on a whole other level.

Professional development brings value to your organization and enhances your future career prospects. Here at the Roseville Area Chamber, we recognize the value of these skills. Partnering up with our Ignite Young Professionals, we are collaborating with our local universities to bring you another series of Roseville University. All seminars take place at the Roseville Area Chamber office from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

PROFESSIONAL DEVLOPMENT SERIES

Members: $25 Non-Members: $35

“Roseville University offers you an affordable option to listen and participate in valuable and topical subject matter presented by our region’s top learning institutions. I feel the program has exceptional value and I’m very excited to lead the program.”

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March 10th Collaborating Across Generations

Dr. Angela Stopper

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Phil Bristol

June 9th

Matt Bridge Pride Industries

July 14th

September 8th

beyond the resume: aVOID WASTING TIME AND MONEY IN THE HIRING PROCESS

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Roseville AREA Chamber of Commerce

“What’s in a name? That which we call our Chamber…” Have you noticed some changes? A

fter 20 years of Chamber growth and evolution, CEO Wendy Gerig and the Board of Directors agreed that it was time to revisit our brand. Since its last rebranding in 1995, the Chamber merged with the Granite Bay Chamber in 1999, thus becoming “The Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay.” Also in this span, ours has become the second largest Chamber in the Sacramento region and the only one in Northern California to earn the U.S. Chamber’s distinguished Five-Star Accreditation (1 of 5 statewide). With these and many other advances, the outdated brand was no longer in alignment with our Chamber as it exists today. Following a competitive bid process, Taber Creative Group (TCG) was retained to lead the rebranding initiative. At TCG, we begin with the understanding that a brand reflects and projects the character and personality of an organization. It is both a promise to be kept and the value for which an organization is known. The process involved a significant discovery phase, including detailed and segmented surveys of members, former members and non-members. Key stakeholders were interviewed and focus groups conducted with the Ambassadors and the Board of Directors.

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Alignment and agreement in the Discovery findings revealed a common perception that our Chamber projects an influence that transcends the geographic boundaries of the City of Roseville and unincorporated Granite Bay. Members depend on the Chamber not only for networking and business development, but also to lead on issues affecting business throughout the region. With the findings summarized in a positioning report and creative brief, TCG recommended the new name and explored several distinct design directions for logo marks, beginning with variations of the now-former logo. Dozens of initial sketches gave way to nine options presented to Chamber staff. These ranged from various rose iterations to Chamber building design elements and many options in between. Six concepts were then brought to the Chamber Board for a vote. In the final stretch, TCG worked with staff and the Executive Committee to refine two finalists, including the new logo first revealed at the Installation Dinner. Your new logo incorporates the new Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce name with an icon that retains a strong graphic rose element. It represents a dynamic organization with a unified center and a multi-level approach to serving the many needs of our members, regardless of size.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - DEC | JAN 34 Strong A Clean Slate Advocare Agape Villa Care Home Anha’s Tailoring, Alterations & Dry Cleaner bar 101 eats + drinks Bazurto Law BCJ Financial Group Belle Air Systems Capital City Tax Cheese Louise Chris Hagans - State Farm Insurance Christian Business Roundtable CID Consortium, LLC Craft Beer Vault Crossroads Trading Company DJ Z Entertainment Doggie Style Hot Dogs Escape Sacramento Ewing Law Group Family & Veteran Realty Specialists

Good News Tax and Financial Solutions Granite Bay Wellness Center HDG Marketing iLovekickboxing.com Roseville Jeanne Nangle Consulting Kevin Hanley for Assembly 2016 Kona Ice L Squared Affairs LegalShield MB2 Consulting, LLC Meristem Merrill Lynch - Jeff Yankauskas Morgan Stanley Movement Mortgage Ninja Sushi & Teriyaki On Q Financial Porter Co. Porter Scott Provident Bank Mortgage Prudential-Adam Nash

Quick Quack Car Wash Quorum Technologies, Inc. Renaissance Executive Forums SALTS Scoreboards Pizza & Grill Sierra Pacific Mortgage Slate Creek at Johnson Ranch Source Restaurant Strikes Unlimited SUNworks Solar Swihart Enterprises and Electrical The Art Bistro The Family Network, Inc. The GRE Group The Group Effect Fitness Studio The Sandwich Spot Top Notch Collision Repairs UniFirst Corporation Viewpoint Optometry Vista Point Eye Care, Optometric Corp. West Money Management, LLC

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

783.8317

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SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 4th Tuesday of Every Month 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Bring your Lunch & Learn!

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - DEC | JAN 1 YEAR PLUS 3fold Communications Adam’s Jewelers Alpha Baller Technologies, LLC Armoured Plumbing Augustine Ideas Back to Health Chiropractic of Granite Bay BareBones Work Wear BBVA Compass Wealth Management BCA Architects Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate Big Valley MortgageJeff Silver BSLA Creations Inc. Bunker Insurance Solutions Caliber Collision

5 YEARS PLUS Acorn Arboricultural Services Inc. Benn & Leman CPAs Inc. BP Productions Bristol Hospice Sacramento, LLC DataSafe First Allied Securities, Inc. - Stanford Hirata

10 YEARS PLUS A Touch of Understanding, Inc. California Window Fashions Home Design Studio Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Dean Bennett Insurance & Financial Services, Inc. Downey Brand, LLP Downtown Roseville Merchants, Inc. 10

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Celebrations! Party Rentals & Tents CEO Holdings LLC Chamber Discoveries Clark Auto Body Cook CPA Group COVERED EDGE Asset Management, LLC Crunch Fitness Cunningham Engineering CunninghamLegal Development Planning & Financing Group, Inc. Dutch Bros. Coffee Farmers InsuranceDebra Akeson Fast Track Hobbies Gaines Insurance Agency, Inc. Gold Country Fair Green Acres Nursery & Supply

Hi-Def Lighting & Electrical Inc. Holden Law Group Imagemaster Photography Insperity Interwest Consulting Group IT Pro Source Jamberry Jeff Jurach- Professor of Business Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP Maverick Partners West Mercy Multiplied NuSkin Partners Oakmont of Roseville Orangetheory Fitness Ospry Media Pacific Advisors Placer Community Foundation Placer Insurance Agency

Premier United Communities LP Raley’s Corporate Red Dog Shredz Richard Russo Insurance Agency Roseville Police Activities League Rudy’s Mexican Gourmet Star Cleaners LLC The Business Center The Chef’s Table The Ferguson Group, Inc. Tiner Commercial Real Estate Services TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Tytanium Ideas Inc. Vulcan Materials Company Walmart Neighborhood Market #5980 Wells Accounting Group, Inc. Zoom Imaging Solutions

Fountains Dental Excellence GFBB Benefits & Insurance Services, Inc. H & R Block Hampton Inn & Suites Roseville Hyatt Place Roseville Infinity Financial Mortgage Integrity Financial Group Jenine Windeshausen Lincoln Hills Golf Club

McDonald’s - Galleria Blvd. McDonald’s - Stanford Ranch Rd. Mr. Transmission Murphy, Campbell, Alliston & Quinn Nugget Market On The Border Placer Food Bank Placer Land Trust reCREATE Roseville Library Foundation

Roseville Numismatics Roseville Roofing Sierra College Foundation Simply Great Lives Skipolini’s Sproul Trost LLP St. Clair Financial Thunder Valley Resort Toffee Lady U C Davis Graduate School of Management

Eureka Union School District Exchange Bank Farmers Insurance David C. Larson Five Star Auto Care Gamboa’s Body & Frame, Inc. Granite Bay Kiwanis Club Jerry Dizon, State Farm Insurance Agency Karen T. Peak CPA Laverty Chacon Commercial Real Estate

Law Offices of Maria E. Valdez Mann, Urrutia, Nelson, CPAs & Associates Northern California Dance Conservatory Palisades Dental Paramount Equity Mortgage Placer Independent Resource Services, Inc. Principal Financial Group PSG Certified Public Accountants

River City Landscaping, Inc. Roseville Automall Chevron Ruth’s Chris Steak House San Juan Water District Sharpe Wedding Photography St. Anna Greek Orthodox Church Taber Creative Group The Gathering Inn Gateway Thomas Chiropractic Umpqua Bank Vision Law Corporation

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


RIBBON CUTTINGS- DEC | JAN CAC Aesthetics & Cosmetics

Escape Sacramento

Gathering In Style

Roseville Pedicabs

Roseville Surgery Center

Bella Mane Studio Salon

Smart & Final

Saint Rose School

Wise Villa Winery Tasting Bar

Pau.er Fitness

Bravo Coffee Bar

Moe’s Southwest Grill

20 YEARS PLUS American Medical Response of Placer County Deatsch Insurance Agency, Inc. Drs. Klem & Guarcello Fehr & Peers

John Rogers Burk, A Law Corporation Johnson Ranch Racquet Club Law Office of Marcus J. Lo Duca, P.C. McCarthy Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine

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New York Life Insurance Safeguard Business Systems Sierra Regency St. Vincent De Paul Society Summit Roofing Company Sun Senior/Woodcreek News/EGnews INC.

30 YEARS PLUS Eberhart & Company

40 YEARS PLUS Placer Title Company Commercial The Press-Tribune page

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WHAT’S HAPPENING...

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN MARCH | APRIL

chamber luncheon

how to register

March Sponsors

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networking breakfast

visit RosevilleAreaChamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

April 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 Bunz Sports Pub & Grub 311 Judah St. Featured Non-Profit: Sierra College Foundation WEDNESDAY NON-PROFIT EXPO 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Roseville Sports Center 1545 Pleasant Grove Blvd.

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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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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. Program: University of Warwick Speaker: Louis Vismara, MD Caterer: Texas West BBQ Sponsor: A+ Dental Care

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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

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THURSDAY Chamber BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Roseville Electric FRIDAY Government Affairs Committee 7:30 am - 9:00 AM

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THURSDAY Happy Hour 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm P.F. Chang’s China Bistro 1180 Galleria Blvd. Featured Non-Profit: Gold Country Wildlife Rescue

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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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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: Adam’s Jewelers

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

FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Elite Athletics 10560 Industrial Blvd. Ste. 150 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: Intergenerational Dynamics in the Workplace Speaker: Jessica Kriegel Sponsor: Style Media Group

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