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The New Place to Celebrate
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MARCH | APRIL
NEWS FROM THE CEO
WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER
PLACER COUNTY UPDATE
SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT Building A Stronger Community
Roseville Continues To Attract New Business
Upcoming Projects in Placer County
Marketing & Professional Development
Randy Peters Catering & Event Center
New Members of the Chamber Family
New Businesses Celebrating Membership with the Chamber
Plan Ahead with Our Upcoming Events
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Officers President Jared Thomas, D.C.
A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT Building A Stronger Community
President-Elect Kristen Holihan
SAFE Credit Union Community Banking
Past President Brian Ivie
Mercy San Juan Medical Center
Secretary/Treasurer John Mason
Gurnee Mason & Forestiere
VP Economic & Government Affairs Bill Halldin
Halldin Public Relations
VP Membership Services Jeff Richardson Westfield Galleria at Roseville
VP Community Development Doug Wagemann Cochrane & Wagemann | Cremation Society of Placer County
Board of Directors Patrick Brady
Sutter Roseville Medical Center
Tim Burke Quest
Union Pacific Railroad
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
James Cuppet EMS Consulting
Ignite Young Professionals
Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates
Janette Moynier River City Bank
Employers Select Insurance Services
Jared Thomas, D.C. Thomas Chiropractic
get asked all the time what the Chamber of Commerce does. Do you know? The truth is that the Chamber does different things for different businesses and individuals. We do have a mission statement that gives a fairly clear picture of what we do. In understanding this mission statement, my hope is to help you understand what being a chamber member means to you and to your community. Sound interesting? Read on. I may have an incentive to finish this article (hint, hint, wink, wink, nudge, nudge).
The Mission of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is to provide value to our members; to promote and meet the needs of business and industry; to create the best community in which to live, work and do business. The Roseville Area Chamber is driven by five core competencies: 1. Creating a Strong Local Economy 2. Promoting the Community 3. Providing Networking Opportunities 4. Representing Business to Government 5. Engaging in Political Action Letâ€™s break this down. In my last article, I talked about uniting together to make and keep our community strong. The Chamber works tirelessly to make sure our region is a great place to do business. We know that where there is good business being done, the economy will thrive and citizens will prosper. We encourage everyone to support local businesses and to foster an abundance mentality. Working with businesses of all sizes, from the largest employers to the sole proprietor, the Chamber aims to build working relationships that will lead to prosperity. Without a community, business does not exist. Communities that engage with one another and are committed to improving the standard of living are happy and thriving ones. The Chamber works with agencies like Placer Valley Tourism, City of Roseville Parks and Rec, the Fire Department, the Police Department, and many more public agencies, non-profit organizations, and community-based businesses to make sure we are all on the same page and working together to shape our community into the model of a productive society. There are many great options for networking in our community, but I challenge anyone to find a group that puts on more and better networking events than the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. In fact, we are so exquisite at putting on such excellent events, that we often forget that the Chamber is so much more than a great place to network. If local networking is important to you, there is ample opportunity to meet business people of all sorts. As a credit to our mayors, city councils, city planners, and city employees, the Chamber has a very strong working relationship with our local government leaders. Our CEO, Wendy Gerig, meets with the city government on a regular basis to discuss challenges and opportunities. She is a master at comprehending struggles and suggesting solutions. I have witnessed first hand the synergy that comes from solving problems and improving scenarios that foster beneficial relationships between the local government, businesses, and citizens. Finally, when it comes to engaging in political action. It is our sacred right to elect representatives who have our best interests at heart. It is also our duty to make sure elected officials act in a manner that demonstrates such loyalty. We strongly endorse candidates that support local business growth. Long before elections, we make sure to vet candidates who understand and will commit to economic prosperity in our community. So far, as a chamber, we have been very successful in helping such candidates win their election and have continued to work with them for the greater good. I hope you have a better understanding of everything the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce does. As a token of my thanks for reading this, lunch or breakfast is on me to the first person to email me at drjaredthomas@ gmail.com and share a testimonial about how one of the five core competencies has helped you in your business. Dessert is on me for the person who correctly identifies the reference in parentheses I used to encourage you to read this. My hope is that every member of our community will appreciate the dedication of the Chamber and every business will join with us to make it even better.
Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce
NEWS FROM THE CEO
Roseville Continues To Attract New Business I
recently had the pleasure of attending the groundbreaking ceremony for Safe Credit Union. Safe has been a long-time member of the Chamber and an active business in our community. Wendy Gerig Currently located at 122 N. Sunrise Avenue, they will be building a C.E.O. 4,500 square foot, free-standing building with a drive-through right across the street in a lot that has laid empty for way too long. Congrats Safe, and thank you for investing in our community. Other developments around town include the long-awaited Mercy housing project on Vernon Street that will feature 58 affordable housing units in a four-story building with commercial spaces available on the first floor. Anchoring this development on the other end of Vernon Street is the new Randy Peters Catering and Event Center – you have to check this place out – another fabulous addition to our downtown.
Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig
Bookkeeper Laura Vineyard
Director of Administration Amy Triplett
Director of Membership & Programs Katie Delyon
Communications Specialist Mark McCoubrey
Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy
Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson
Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka
Administrative Assistant Leah Kelsey
Business Development Representative C.J. Duxbury
Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce 650 Douglas Blvd. Roseville, CA 95678 (916) 783-8136 (Artist’s rendition of Mercy Roseville Apartments. MOGAVERO NOTESTINE ASSOCIATES RENDERING, 2016)
Fitness enthusiasts will be happy to hear that Pure Barre is finally open at 10241 Fairway Drive, Ste. 120 (Big Lots Shopping Center). Pure Barre is a total body workout that utilizes the ballet barre to perform small, isometric movements. These movements burn fat, sculpt muscles and create long, lean physiques. The owners did their research and specifically selected Roseville as the site for their business – which meant relocating from Ohio! Across the street at the far end of the Nugget Shopping Center, CycleBar will be opening a new boutique fitness experience with 55 bikes, flat-screen TVs, personal exercise data monitors, and cool lighting technology – watch for this to happen in April. As you read this, we are excited to report that the Falls Event Center on Conference Center Drive is open and anxious to host your next corporate event, staff party, and wedding! We’ll be seeing new businesses popping up in the Gibson Drive area, two of which include Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar and Revolutions Naturopathic, which will be expanding and adding a second location in this area as well. The future of business in Roseville is certainly bright. These new additions to the area will pave the way towards the future, and may very well offer unique ways to improve our lifestyles. Additionally, new businesses lead to new job opportunities, which then lead to a higher need for housing. All of this adds up to a well-balanced community. We are excited, and eager, to see how they grow, develop, and help to make Roseville a better place for those who live and do business here. 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
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.
PLACER COUNTY UPDATES Upcoming Projects in Placer County
Jack Duran District 1 Supervisor
ith so many issues percolating throughout Placer County, I thought it prudent to share some of them with you to keep you apprised of developments. I want to start with a couple of related projects that stand to become integral parts of the county’s economic health. I’m pleased that Placer Vineyards, probably one of the biggest projects in Western Placer County, received its final approval in January. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers finalized the project’s regional general permit which clears the way for construction to commence in earnest. Since its inception, this project has been dogged by naysayers who said it would never come to fruition. Yet, now the project has been green-lit and could break ground in 2018. It goes to show what can be done with a positive vision and a lot of focused, hard work. All of Placer County, the incorporated cities and unincorporated areas, will benefit economically and socially from this development. Placer Ranch and the Sunset Area Plan are two of the most important projects in the area. The Sunset Area will become the economic driver for not only Placer County, but the region as well, and Placer Ranch will play a key role in this venture by providing nearby housing and other amenities to the workforce employed by businesses in the Sunset Area. Work has started on the master planning process for preparing an environmental impact report for the Sunset Area, one of the first steps needed for development. The Sunset Area is an 8,900-acre area in unincorporated Western Placer County and Placer Ranch is 2,213 acres of land entirely within the Sunset Area. Placer County is working to create an area that attracts national companies that will set up shop in warehouses, office complexes and industrial facilities. Higher education will get a boost when the California State University, Sacramento opens a satellite campus within Placer Ranch, which has dedicated 300 acres to the campus. When completed, the school will become an independent CSU campus projected to employ 5,000 faculty and staff and support 25,000 students. Sierra College intends to co-locate a transfer center on the site as well. Couple those two institutions of higher education with William Jessup University nearby in Rocklin and the soon-to arrive University of Warwick, and we will have a quartet of higher educational opportunities for our residents and interested students from all over the area. Ultimately these universities will result in an ample pool of well-educated potential employees to hire in the Region.
Marijuana use in California changed dramatically when California voters legalized its recreational use in November. Since then, Placer County has approved an ordinance allowing limited outdoor cultivation of medical cannabis for personal use. We have formed a working group to develop regulations implementing the ordinance and specify what is allowable and what isn’t. I understand that this is a very controversial issue and Placer County has been working to stay ahead of it so we can retain local control. Homelessness is a difficult issue just by the nature of those who make up this population, many of whom suffer from mental illness or substance abuse. The temporary shelter in Auburn is a good start, but we realize that there needs to be a permanent facility in Western Placer County as well. Recently, the Board of Supervisors approved a zoning change that will allow more options for siting permanent homeless shelters. We continue to work with our faith-based and homeless-advocate community partners also, who have done a tremendous job over the years. Transportation and the difficulties it presents to residents in Western Placer County are certainly on the minds of commuters and those who simply have to get around with their daily activities. While a ballot measure to raise funds for transportation improvements went down to a narrow defeat last November, I wanted to call attention to something positive. The Capitol Corridor rail service from Auburn to downtown Sacramento, with stops in Rocklin and Roseville, had its highest ridership last year. We need to further develop and encourage transportation alternatives if we are ever to reduce the traffic jams that plague many of our roads. The county recently completed the purchase of an office building in Rocklin, where numerous county services can be accessed. As testimony to Placer County’s commitment to continuing to provide these services to our area, and to ensure we’re being good stewards of county money, we have purchased the building that houses these county operations. By purchasing the building outright, the county will save taxpayers annual lease costs of about $1.5 million a year. Tourism is the primary economic driver on the eastern end of the county. However, the area, including the world-renowned North Lake Tahoe, is in dire need of upgrading. In order to complete with other destination resorts around the world, the county has recently taken several important steps. We approved an expansion of the Squaw Valley resort. Additionally, we approved the Martis Valley project, located between Truckee and Lake Tahoe, which will build about 700 luxury homes on the west side of the highway and put more than 6,000 acres of land into a permanent conservation easement on the east side. In the Lake Tahoe Basin, we just approved the Tahoe Basin Area Plan that will guide all development in the basin. Along with the approval of the plan, the supervisors gave approval to the Tahoe City Lodge project. This 118-unit development will be the first of its kind in more than 40 years in the basin. 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 email@example.com or by phone at 916-787-8950.
Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce
SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS Marketing and Professional Development We are excited to announce that this yearâ€™s Seminars for Success lineup is focusing on two divisions of business: marketing and professional development. As many are aware, marketing is one of many difficult challenges facing businesses of all kinds. With so many different areas to invest in, one can become overwhelmed with such a plethora of unique, and enticing options. These seminars will help to guide you through the haze of an ever-changing world of social media, internet, television, and radio capabilities, while learning to utilize your dollars where they are most effective.
Our speakers have many years of experience in the field of marketing, and their insight can help owners of any business. While marketing continues to be a topic of interest for small and large businessess, the development of branding, imaging, and professional skills are also critical to success. Businesses must learn to grow with, and adapt to, their environment. While you may have a great logo or promotion today, those images need constant upkeep to remain fresh and new in the minds of consumers. These seminars will provide valuable information on how to continuously develop your company, while providing you with the tools you will need to achieve your goals. We hope that these seminars will allow our members to be better equipped to provide business services in our thriving community, as well as showcase our members in a range of professional topics. An added feature of these seminars is the inclusion of a catered lunch at each session. If you are looking to be a speaker on one of these two categories, please contact Katie Delyon (at Katie@RosevilleAreaChamber.com) for a Speaker Application.
Upcoming Seminars: May 23rd
February 28th Marketing
April 25th Marketing
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INSTALLATION DINNER AWARD WINNERS The Annual Installation Dinner for the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce was held on January 31st at the Timber Creek Ballroom. Many of our Chamber members were honored for their dedication and service throughout 2016. To learn more about the winners and to see more photos from the event, visit our Facebook page or website at: www.RosevilleAreaChamber.com
2017 Installation Dinner Award Winners
Referral Partner of the Year
Ambassador of the Year
Danielle Roe Danielle Roe Events
Ryan Haney CEO Holdings LLC
Joe Flores Flores & Associates Insurance Services
Volunteer of the Year
Edward M. Friedman Community Service
Alex Rue Alex Rue Insurance Agency, Inc
Randall Wilson Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law
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Athena Award Leilani Fratis Placer SPCA A special thank you to Imagemaster Photography
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FEATURED MEMBER: RANDY PETERS CATERING & EVENT CENTER
There’s A New Place In Town To Celebrate Life’s Great Moments Randy Peters Catering & Event Center is known for providing the highest quality catering and event center services in the Sacramento area for over 40 years. Last December, Randy and Lisa Peters opened their doors to their boutique event center located in downtown Roseville on Vernon St. The event center is a premium venue for weddings, corporate events, holiday celebrations and other special occasions. Event capacity ranges from 50 to 250 guests, providing an opportunity for all types of events to enjoy the luxurious setting.The gorgeous ballroom allows for flexible layout options, including seated dining, theater seating, cocktail style and an adjustable dance floor. From Sacramento’s best catering to elegant design and presentation, the new event center in Roseville is the all-in-one package for life’s greatest moments.
With more than 40 years of experience in business catering and corporate events, Randy Peters Catering & Event Center provides deliverable results. Whether you’re planning an all-day event, seminar, holiday celebration, planning meeting, or other business event, count on our experienced and prompt staff to make your event incredible. We’ll serve you and help you stay comfortable while you focus on what you do best.
Q & A with Randy Peters Randy Peters Catering & Event Center
Not only do we host and cater spectacular business events, we also specialize in -
Wedding Catering Special Occasions Full Bar Service BBQ and Picnics Holiday Pickup and Delivery Meals Concessions
What makes the Randy Peters Event Center the best location for hosting business events in the Greater Sacramento area?
We are very versatile. We are a one stop shop with food, rentals and service all within the same venue. All of our services are located in the midst of one of the fastest growing cities in the area. Not to mention, we are within walking distance of many local restaurants and boutiques in downtown Roseville.
Describe your company’s work ethic and experience with business owners and events.
A true servant’s heart. Our trained staff anticipate the needs of our clients for the best experience. We understand how important the event is to your company, and we support that with impeccable service and passion.
What are business owners around the Sacramento area saying about our services? “Simply the best food, service and staff in the business. Randy Peters Catering has catered business events for me with up to 300 people, important holidays and birthdays for my family at my home, and even simple thank you’s for my clients. Randy Peters Catering provides restaurant quality food (and better in my opinion), delivered literally anywhere and anytime you need it.” -Brian ”We used Randy Peters Catering for our business grand opening. We had over 400 people and Lisa and her team didn’t miss a beat! They were so easy to work with, great on budget, and the food was amazing! They were very attentive, but remained quietly behind the scenes. Food was always refreshed and refilled and plates, wine glasses, etc. were swooped up, the minute someone left them after they were finished. I can’t say enough good things, and we will definitely be using them for our future events.” -Andrea
From culinary master, Randy Peters, comes a fresh take on the neighborhood bistro. Enjoy classic breakfast, NY-style sandwiches, homemade treats to-go and more right on Vernon St. 105 Bistro is coming to downtown Roseville this summer! “There will be nothing like it in the valley” –RP
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Looking to schedule a tour? Contact us by visiting www.RosevilleEventCenter.com and www.RandyPetersCatering.com, or give us a call at (916) 726-2339.
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“I am proud to be a member of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce! This Chamber is very proactive in its desire to help business owners grow their business through its educational seminars, networking opportunities as well as special events that bring business owners, civic leaders, and the public together. We are fortunate to have this 5-Star Chamber in our corner serving as a wonderful resource to help businesses become the best they can become. I consider my membership a wise investment in both time and money, and you will too!”
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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm FAT’S Asia Bistro & Dim Sum Bar 1500 Eureka Rd. Featured Non-Profit: Child Advocates of Placer County FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: Open Networking Caterer: Texas West Bar-B-Que Sponsor: Eskaton TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZE 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: Roseville Electric FRIDAY JOINT CHAMBER GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MEETING 7:30 am Crooked Lane Brewery 536 Grass Valley Hwy, Auburn
TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm The Art Bistro 6848 Five Star Blvd., Ste. 6, Rocklin Featured Non-Profit: KidsFirst
TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Randy Peters Catering & Event Center 105 Vernon Street
FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am
TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am
WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am
FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: Placer Valley Tourism Update
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: Forge Online Personal Training
FRIDAY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE MEETING 8:00 am Randy Peters Catering & Event Center 105 Vernon Street
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Sponsor: Boisset Wine Living
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In 2017, We’re celebrating 40 years of exceptional service in commercial real estate. Our success is a matter of principle. TRI industrial advisors work closely with clients to deliver industry wisdom with out-of-the-box thinking; use new tools and lifelong values to create winning real estate solutions. That’s what makes us strong.
Roseville 916.677.8000 Sacramento 916.669.4500 www.tricommercial.com
(First row, L to R) Steve Perez, Keith Tochterman SIOR, Ned Strong, Rick Phillips CCIM (Second row, L to R) Greg Redman, Jeff Pehrson SIOR, Jim Stephens, Jeff Post SIOR, Drew Wheatley
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