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ROSEVILLE

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INSIGHT

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Retention Retention

New Developments in South Placer County

New New Members Members

Spring Your Business to the Next Level

Community Community Involvement Involvement

The Roseville Chamber’s Continued Growth

Ignite Ignite Young Young Professionals Professionals

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he Roseville Chamber of Commerce Annual Installation Dinner was held January 30th at the Timber Creek Ballroom in Sun City Roseville. Many of the Chamber members were honored for their dedication and service throughout the 2013 year. President Randy Wilson gave an overview of the goals for the Chamber, to make the year as successful as in years past. To learn more about the winners and to see more photos from the event, visit rosevillechamber.com. THE 2014 ANNUAL INSTALLATION AWARD WINNERS:

Gayle Garbolino-Mojica

Athena Award

Trevor Sanders

Robert Sinclair Edward M. Friedman Community Service Award

BECOME Business Person

Lang Lew

Volunteer of the Year

Kent Virtue - Raley’s/Bel Air

BECOME Business Recognition

Board members sworn in for the 2014 year.

Joann Caetano

Ambassador of the Year

Jared Thomas, D.C.

President’s Award


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Installation Dinner and Business Showcase & Mixer photos courtesy of Lang Lew Photography.

New development springing up in Placer County

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

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RETAIL REVIEW

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Which businesses celebrated their membership with the Chamber?

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COUNTY UPDATE

Tips to ensure a better tax return

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

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Members that attended the Business Showcase & Mixer. Were you there?

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2014 Officers President

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Randy Wilson

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President-Elect Kim Silvers

Silvers HR LLC

Secretary/Treasurer Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Past President

Richard Robinson

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

Economic & Government Affairs Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Membership Development

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

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uring my remarks at the recent Installation Dinner, I noted that the job of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce is to ensure that people that choose to do business in Roseville have a competitive advantage over those that don’t. Beginning this Spring, and continuing through 2014, the Roseville Chamber will work to advance the interests of the business community in a number of ways, including the following: •We will advocate on behalf of the local business community before the Roseville City Council and each of its committees;

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•We will continue to support the efforts of Advantage Roseville to locate and attract new businesses to Roseville;

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•We will continue to support the efforts of the Roseville Community Development Corporation in the revitalization of Downtown Roseville;

First Bank

Ted Allegra

SureWest Communications

Ed Benoit

TRI Commercial Real Estate

Krista Bernasconi KFB Public Affairs

Pat Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Michelle Cannon

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

James Cuppet

SIMS Recycling Solutions

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Kristen Holihan River City Bank

Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

Eric McIntosh

IGNITE Young Professionals

Eddie Ollmann

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

•We will support the efforts of public and private organizations to bring one or more universities to South Placer; •We will sponsor Roseville 2014, the region’s premier business networking event; •We will sponsor a business leaders’ forum, wherein we will provide an opportunity for business leaders to use their collective business expertise to resolve issues facing their respective businesses; •We will provide numerous networking opportunities, including our monthly breakfasts and luncheons; •We will, for the 18th consecutive year, sponsor Leadership Roseville, which currently has 39 graduates serving the public in elected or appointed positions; and •We will, for the 25th consecutive year, sponsor BECOME, which links the business and education communities. We are looking forward to a great year and appreciate your continued support. For more information visit rosevillechamber.com.

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Kirk Taber

Taber Creative Group

Jared Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller

Nancy Strand

The Roseville Chamber Continually Growing

Director of Administration

our paramount ways the Roseville Fcontinually Chamber of Commerce has been growing includes

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membership, income, retention and young professional membership.

The Roseville Chamber is a membership-based organization that thrives by focusing on the business environment and the community we serve. It is a primary focus for us to attain new membership each year to encourage the expansion of business development as well as increase community involvement. We had a great 2013 as we attained exponential growth in membership, surpassing 1,300 members, which is an eight percent boost in membership last year alone. The additional members accounted for a 25 percent surge in income. The Chamber staff is a major resource to our members and community. It is the core value of the staff to ensure that each member is very satisfied with

their membership. We assure that our members are receiving the bonuses of their membership and continually seeing the value after joining. In 2013, we retained 76 percent of our existing members and maintained 87 percent of the previous income through those members renewing. The Roseville Chamber committees are our eyes and ears in the community. The committees work on instituting change in the community and business environment throughout the South Placer region. To keep up with the ever-changing and technologically advancing times we made it a focus to grow our Ignite Young Professional Committee. Ignite grew from 192 to 314 members in one year which is an astounding 39 percent increase. We are looking forward to springing forward this year by making 2014 one of the best years at the Roseville Chamber.

Jackie Snider

Communications Specialist Kristin O’Brien

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Membership Services Coordinator Customer Service Rep Nan McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representatives Sara Seyydin & Lori Ryan

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

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

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Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay, is proud to be an accredited fourstar Chamber of Commerce. The Accreditation Program was instituted by the U.S. Chamber to recognize effective organization performance. Only 10% of the Chambers throughout the nation successfully complete the accreditation process for this voluntary program and less than 1.2% achieve four-star status.

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How to Spring Your Business to the Next Level with the Chamber M

embership at the Roseville Chamber of Commerce is an investment in the future of your business. When you become a member you are moving forward with an organization that is consistently probing innovative methods to create tangible and measurable successes for our members and community. As a not-for-profit organization, with more than 1,300 members, the Roseville Chamber is striving to positively impact business development and the communities of Roseville and Granite Bay. Partnering with us instantly connects you to an extensive business community. Jeff Anderson with Coldwell Banker is an example of someone who understands and is familiar with the benefits of the Roseville Chamber. He stated, “I knew that signing up to become member of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce was a good opportunity. I didn’t realize all of the benefits until I personally became an active member. Being a member of the Chamber also got me involved JEFF ANDERSON with my favorite nonprofit Keaton Coldwell Banker Raphael Memorial. I also extended my commitment to the Ignite Leadership council. My involvement has brought me a minimum of 25 relationships and connections that I can reach out to at any date or time and receive assistance. It has been an invaluable experience when I count all of the relationships that I have established through being a member of the Roseville Chamber.”

David Davis with KDandC has made it a priority to be an active part of the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. He has this to say about his experience, “We all look for exposure for our businesses, not only for our goods and services but also for our professionalism and customer service. The Roseville Chamber has been such a platform for KDandC. To know and build trust with other businesses as DAVID DAVIS resources and clients has been one of KDandC the direct results of our membership. Our investment value has been met on those facts alone, but the Roseville Chamber is so much more. The Roseville Chamber, being 4-star Accredited, gives Roseville a great deal of visibility in the region with events like Roseville 2013. I support the Roseville Chamber not only as a place to market my business but also as an investment in my business’ future in the region.” The Roseville Chamber actively seeks to make Roseville a better place to live, work and do business. Contact us today at (916)783-8136 to get involved.

The programs and services offered by the Roseville Chamber are specifically designed to encourage business growth and advancement within our members industry. Dan Casas-Murray of Smallcakes and Freshberry has seen the successes of his involvement with the Roseville Chamber and said, “I have gotten direct sales just from the networking itself, but I have also gotten a better understanding of how business in Roseville works. I feel it has given me a deeper understanding of the small business and governmental DAN CASAS-MURRAY interface in this community.” Smallcakes and Freshberry With the ever-changing marketplace and economy the Roseville Chamber is a dependable resource for the community, constantly promoting our members.

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Springing the Community to Life through Beautiful Landscaping S

pring is when everything comes to life for Terracare Associates. They are a landscape management company driven to provide beautiful, sustainable landscapes. Working with their clients to provide the services they need while being environmentally responsible is one of their core values as a company. They strive to be a leader in the industry and be a company that their communities are proud to have as a landscape partner. Terracare Associates looks forward to spring each year as the time when they get to perform for each of their client’s. The community starts to become more active again and people beginning to do more outside of their homes. As a

landscaping company they take pleasure in servicing properties with fresh cut grass, detailed shrubs and pretty flowers. Terracare Associates understands the impact that attractive curb appeal has on the property value and the attitude of the residents and guests. They take advantage of the unique spring season to use their knowledge and experience to make a difference. Terracare Associates enjoy their ability to make the community beautiful and work alongside great people. They appreciate the spring season since it allows them to give back to the community. Last year, they contributed to Planet Day as part of their initiative through working with one

of their local communities in revitalizing a major intersection. They removed the old and outdated plant material and installed new plants and trees. Terracare Associates included drought tolerant plant material to reduce water usage while still giving the area a rejuvenated intersection. This spring don’t forget to contact Terracare Associates to provide you or your business with beautiful landscaping that you can enjoy for the rest of the year.

California Needs A Statewide Plan For Water Needs By Robert Dugan he recent column by a Los Angeles-based business group published in the Sacramento Bee (“Viewpoints: Delta tunnels represent a reasonable solution for water demands”) perpetuates misrepresentations regarding the plan to build massive tunnels to take water to Southern California.

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But the $25 billion, 35-mile tunnels don’t address the entire state’s needs. They leave parts of the state, including the Capitol and Foothill region, in a precarious water situation. One of the reasons Southern California appears to have plenty of water is that Folsom Reservoir and other Northern California reservoirs have been

emptied, in part to export water to Southern California, leaving our region in a fullblown water crisis. Our region’s water providers have built storage and adopted wise water planning, but state and federal government regulators are draining. Northern California water supplies to meet demands of the environment – water for rivers and streams – and Southern California and Central Valley water exports. The current strategy doesn’t allow Northern California communities and Central Valley farmers to plan for drought. There is simply not enough storage to address all of the demands put on these water supplies.

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The Bay Delta Conservation Plan as proposed will only make Northern California’s water problems grow, devastating our communities and economy—a fact that has never been addressed by those who support the tunnel project.

the Delta too salty.

The “plan” anticipates that Folsom Reservoir will be empty once every eight or nine years.

The proposed Bay Delta Conservation Plan makes sense only if it is part of a statewide plan to store more water upstream of the Delta, provide storage options for Central Valley farmers, and provide water supply reliability to the entire state: Northern, Central, Bay and Southern California.

The plan doesn’t address how climate change and rising sea levels will impact the environmental standards currently in place for the Delta. To maintain those standards, more Northern California water will be diverted to ensure that salt water from the Pacific Ocean doesn’t make

Northern California local governments and business organizations have urged state policy makers to develop a statewide plan that considers the interests of all of California.

Robert Dugan is a member of the Board of Directors of the Placer County Water Agency.

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6.5 Tips to Spring Into Action for Every Business Owner By Board Member Janette Moynier

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efore you spend the rest of 2014 like the person on a pogo stick, springing in the same place, desperately trying to maintain your balance, I’d like you to look JANETTE MOYNIER at 6.5 things First Bank every business owner should consider in their business plan. 1.Contribute to a 401(k) plan or other retirement vehicle. Not only will this reduce your taxes, it provides peace of mind for the future. 2.Make a succession plan. You may not want to run your business for the rest of your life. Will one of your relatives take on the responsibility? Can you sell the company to your employees? 3.Gather a circle of trusted advisors; CPA, banker, attorney, insurance agent. This is imperative for every entrepreneur. It’s easy to become so focused on running

your business that you lose sight of the big picture. 4.Leverage your business assets by

borrowing instead of paying cash for equipment, capital improvements, etc. Having a line of credit or term loan helps keep your cash liquid for day to day operations. 5.Understand your financial statement. If not, take a class, talk to your banker or CPA. You need to recognize trends that may impact your cash flow.

or if you lose a valuable employee? Key man life insurance premiums can be deducted from your business expenses. 6.5 Use social media. Consider how LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and your website take your business exposure from your neighborhood to the world. Most importantly, all of these tips can be accomplished by a Roseville Chamber member. First Bank is family owned with over 100 years’ experience in helping businesses grow and prosper. Janette Moynier is Vice President and Manager of the First Bank Office on Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. A community banker with over 25 years in the local business community, helping business clients cross 6.5 items off their business “to do” lists. I can be reached at 916-783-1222.

6.Have key man life insurance on yourself and your highly compensated employees. Who will pay your business debts if you die suddenly,

How to Begin this Tax Year Anew A

lthough you may have already filed your taxes, it’s never too late to begin anew with steps to ensure a better 2014 tax return.

•Keeping good records. Keep good records. Good records create the documentation needed to take advantage of every eligible deduction. They also provide substantiation if you receive a “love letter” from the IRS. (Also known as an audit letter). So, keep good records!

•Seek wise counsel. Consult a professional before you make decisions in your business. What may seem like a small tweak to your business organization may have a substantial tax consequence.

•Check your dependents. You may not be able to claim your trusty pooch or pretty kitty, but you might be able to claim the deadbeat cousin who lived on your couch all year.

•Bad debts. Speaking of deadbeats, did that buddy skip town right after you loaned him $2,500? You might be able to claim a deduction for the bad debt. •Keep good records! This bears repeating. So simple, but not so common. The IRS and courts almost always rule against poor record-keepers.

For more information, or to schedule a consultation, call Karen Peak, CPA at 916-788-7278.

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COUNTY OF PLACER UPDATE David Boesch Placer County CEO

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new era is dawning at the Sunset Industrial Area north of Roseville.

Known informally as the SIA, the Sunset Area covers approximately 8,800 acres along the Highway 65 corridor between Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln. It is important to Placer County as a source of primary wage-earner job and revenue for county services. Currently, it is home to approximately 150 businesses that provide about 10,000 jobs. Placer County sees potential for adding more than 60,000 new jobs there in the future and is busy laying the groundwork to stimulate development there. About a year ago, Placer County established a SIA Advisory Team with representatives from several county departments to examine business- development opportunities. The team currently is busy working to identify the area’s infrastructure, traffic circulation and other needs. Placer County is excited that developers have revived the Placer Ranch project proposed for 2,200 acres within the SIA and that California State University is showing continued interest in developing a satellite campus there. Momentum also is building elsewhere in South Placer. Developers are showing renewed interest in proceeding with three of the best-known South Placer projects approved by the county before the recession: Placer Vineyards, Regional University and Riolo Vineyards. Last fall, I joined Supervisors Robert Weygandt and Kirk Uhler on a trip to the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom that allowed us to discuss the university’s potential interest in developing a campus on 600 acres in the Regional University Specific Plan area west of Roseville. The trip was sponsored by the Sacramento Area Commerce and Trade Organization and included a delegation from the City of Roseville. Placer County is working hard to capitalize on the momentum. About a year ago, it launched a branding campaign that is promoting Placer County as a great place to live, work and play to the world outside our borders. Another county initiative is promoting catalyst projects that promote job growth and private-sector investment, support sustainable communities and enhance environmentally friendly growth. I’m convinced our hard work will pay off. You may have read about a new study that shows how hot South Placer is as a market for office space. The study reported that 32 potential tenants were shopping for office space in our area – more than were focused on downtown Sacramento. Working together, we need to do everything we can to take advantage of that momentum.

The Roseville Chamber has provided me countless opportunities to meet new people and do business with people who I’ve built relationships with and have grown to trust.

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- Traci Gelgood, Best Western/Roseville Inn

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DRY CREEK JOINT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT UPDATE Brad Tooker

Superintendent

New Superintendent Announced at Dry Creek A

s we spring forward, the Dry Creek Joint Elementary School District and surrounding community is a place of exciting growth, new beginnings and educational opportunity. As the new superintendent and a long-time member of our educational community, I am reminded every day of how our excellent schools are a direct reflection of our great community. Our schools are not only filled with dedicated teachers, administrators and staff, but we are also fortunate to have the support and involvement of parents and an active community. In addition, we enjoy strong partnership with the Roseville Chamber of Commerce and the many businesses within our district. Families within our community deserve excellent schools that provide educational options and opportunities for their

children. In addition to the great programs we currently offer, we are excited about several educational options for the coming school year; including the Creekview Ranch K-8 School, an All-Day Kindergarten program at several of our schools, the continued expansion of Transitional Kindergarten, and the Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Academy.

As we move forward, we will continue to offer innovative programs to meet the unique needs of our community as we prepare students for the future. Once again, thank you for the great support you provide to our schools. We are all fortunate to be part of an amazing community.

Instructional technology is also at the forefront of the initiatives in our district. In the past year, we have upgraded our infrastructure, converted all of our classrooms into digital classroom learning environments and provided wireless access to teachers and students throughout every school. In addition, we are in the process of distributing over 2,000 Google Chromebooks for student use to enhance teaching and learning in our schools.

Growing Your Staff with DSI Ashly Merchant Dynamic Staffing, Inc. Q: Why did you decide to go into the staffing industry? I joined the staffing industry because I have always enjoyed helping people. We all know that it is difficult out there to find jobs and this was a way for me to connect with people and help them achieve their personal and financial success. Q: What do you enjoy most about providing employees for organizations? I enjoy knowing that we are able to not only help out the candidate, but we are also helping to grow organizations with the great employees we provide.

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Q: What is one of the biggest benefits of what you do? One of the biggest benefits is having the ability develop working relationships with candidates and clients and having everyone ultimately be successful. Q: What is some of the best feedback you have received from a business that you have placed employees at? I think some of the best feedback is when I have placed a candidate in a temp position and the company comes back telling us they want to hire them on full-time. This shows that the candidate was the perfect fit for what they were looking for. Q: What would you like people to know about what you do? At DSI, we staff IT and Engineering positions while having the capability to conduct general staffing, as well. My goal as the Account Executive is to develop relationships with new business and assist in the staffing needs. Roseville Insight


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Clinical Massage Therapy

BBVA Compass Wealth Management

Glo From Head 2 Toe

Windsor Assets

Merryhill Preschool

IWM Athletics

Trademark Pizza Company

Toledo Don LLP

Welcome New Members 925 Boutique/Working Women International- W.W.I Adam’s Jewelers Alpha Baller Technologies, LLC Ambience Floral Design America’s Training Center- online Brilliant Shiny H. H. Stars The Correia Group, Inc. Curious Entity Donna Vinnard - Norcal West Realty Dutch Bros. Coffee Elite Athletics Eureka Ridge Dentistry Feel Like A Pro Fellowship Chamber Freestyle Clothing Exchange Inc. Get Fit With Fred Get Wealthy Now, LLC

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Thank You Renewals PLUS 1 YEAR Ascot Family Dental

ATS Communications, Inc. Bandala Dental Group, Inc. Benn & Leman CPAs Inc. BP Productions The Business Center California Exteriors Inc. - Custom Concrete & Exteriors Campbell Taylor & Company, An Accountancy Corporation CBD Appliance Cunningham Engineering DeMattei Real Estate Team Designwerks Media Donald L. St. Clair, CFP Edward Jones Investments Andrew Chen Elevate Public Relations Folsom Lake Bank FSB Core Strategies Gaines Insurance Agency, Inc. Granite Bay Smiles Dentistry Granite Equity Group, Inc. Green Acres Nursery & Supply H & R Block Home Buddies Roseville Integrity Financial Group Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard La Provence Restaurant & Terrace Law Office of Lynn Dean LegalShield Lincoln Hills Golf Club Manhart Photography MassMutual Northern California McSweeney & Associates, APC Mr. Transmission On The Border PCH Property Management PFLAG Greater Placer County Pipeline Coffee Professional Computer Services Roseville Automall Association Roseville Roofing Sacred City Derby Girls

Sierra College Foundation Skipolini’s Specialty Steel Service Sproul Trost LLP Stand Out Talent SunCal Real Estate Group Thunder Valley Resort Toffee Lady TownePlace Suites by Marriott TWO MEN AND A TRUCK Uptown Studios Voit Real Estate Services Whole Foods Market YEARS 5 PLUS Acres of Hope

YEARS 10 PLUS Arena Softball

Active 20/30 Club American Red Cross Astoria Wine Group California Transmissions Corinthian International Parking Services CSU Sacramento Cybertary.com Fastsigns First Allied Securities, Inc. Stanford Hirata The Gathering Inn Gateway Infinity Financial Mortgage Jim Hall Productions Jonathan Chan, DDS - West Roseville Family Dental Law Offices of Maria E. Valdez Lyon Real Estate - Betty Sanchez Northern California Dance Conservatory Placer Independent Resource Services, Inc. Professional Solutions Group LLP Right Angle Productions Ruth’s Chris Steak House Security Public Storage Thomas Chiropractic Women’s Improvement Club of Roseville

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what’s happening

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN JANUARY/FEBRUARY

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

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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

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

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center, 1550 Maidu Dr. Topic: ObamaCare...The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Speaker: Robin Hathaway, Tevis Insurance Solutions Catered by: Carmelita’s Restaurant

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WEDNESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Howard Young, SureWest Directories Topic: Social Media Marketing: Opportunities & Challenges

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Speaker: Ann Postell, KTXL Fox 40 Sales Topic: Channeling Your Marketing with T.V.

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WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATIONMAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

WEDNESDAY JOINT ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS 7:30 am - 9:00 am Canyon View Community Center, 471 Maidu Drive, Auburn

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR (hosted by Ignite) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Bunz Sports Pub & Grub, 311 Judah St.

WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATIONMAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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THURSDAY NETWORKING BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: City of Roseville

THURSDAY NETWORKING BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: Adam’s Jewelers

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WEDNESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Denio’s Roseville Farmers Market & Swap Meet, 2013 Opportunity Dr., Ste. 140

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TUESDAY BECOME COMMITTEE 7:30 am

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WEDNESDAY CITY CORE COMMITTEE 8:00 am

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTOR 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS 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. Topic: The Insider Threat. Do You Have a Spy? Speaker: Hershell Ervin, FBI Sponsored by: A+ Personalized Dental Care of Roseville & Lincoln Catered by: Spoons Encore Celebrated Catering

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

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

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR (hosted by IGNITE) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Legends & Heroes, 5880 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.

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

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

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S I LV E R L E V E L ( $ 5 , 0 0 0 )

GOLD LEVEL

T I TA N I U M L E V E L

BRONZE LEVEL ($2,500)

March april 2014 issue  

Roseville Chamber Of Commerce March April Issue of Insight Newsletter

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