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ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE MAY | JUN 2016

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

ROSEVILLE 2016: BIGGEST EVENT OF THE YEAR

PAC ENDORSES BILL HALLDIN FOR ASSEMBLY


CONTENTS

MAY | JUNE

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATES

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ROSEVILLE 2016

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FEATURED MEMBER

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WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER!

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

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Early Successes Bring Momentum

Political Action Committee Endorsements for 2016

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Downtown Transformation Aligns with Community Vision

Placer County’s Premier Economic Event

SaaSfocus

New Members of the Roseville Area Chamber Family New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

Plan Ahead with our Upcoming Events!

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

Board of Directors Ted Allegra Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Jeremy Burke

Gold Country Media

Tim Burke Quest

Jeff Collins

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Bill Halldin

Halldin Public Relations

Heidi Harman WalMart

John Mason

Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Jeff Richardson

Westfield Galleria at Roseville

Alex Rue

Ignite Young Professionals

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Doug Wagemann

Cochrane & Wagemann

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

Early Successes Bring Momentum

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he Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is off to a Brian Ivie fantastic start this year; Mercy San Juan in fact, such a great start Medical Center that the Chamber is poised to have one of its best years ever. As the President of the Chamber, I would love nothing more than to attribute this early success to the incomparable leadership skills of the president, but…the truth is, these early successes are the culmination of an engaged membership, a highly skilled and proactive staff, and a resolute and forward-thinking leadership team. Let’s start things off with some great news: The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce has made tremendous progress on its membership growth goal for the year. To everyone who is helping the Chamber achieve its membership goal, please accept my thanks and the thanks of the entire Board of Directors. And while we want to celebrate our success so far, we still have work to do to further strengthen and diversify our membership and reach our membership goal. Please keep doing what you have been doing to bring the Chamber’s mission and successes to life. Have you noticed it yet? I’m talking about the launch of the new Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce logo. The logo is now being used in this newsletter and in an increasing number of Chamber collateral pieces. As a reminder, the logo is the first phase in the Chamber’s new branding strategy and implementation. Our continued thanks to Taber Creative Group, which has led the Chamber’s efforts to match its vision and goals with an updated

identity and branding strategy. More elements of the branding initiative will be rolling out over the next several months, and when you see them, please be sure to let us know what you think. The Chamber has held a series of effective and successful events in the first few months of the year, including the first sessions of Roseville University, events for Ignite Young Professionals, and the Non-Profit Expo. These events, and others, continue to be successful because they find new ways to make the Chamber relevant to specific groups of people who have specific needs. Roseville University is a personal and professional growth certificate program which provides participants with unique perspectives from leading academics in our area. The Ignite Young Professional Group encourages tomorrow’s leaders to work together to shape our communities. And the Non-Profit Expo matches non-profits in need of volunteers with members of the community interested in volunteer service as well as allow them to learn and network with each other. The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is far ahead many of its peer organizations because it seeks and finds new ways to bring the Chamber’s mission and value to disparate groups of people. It is because of this dynamic and engaging approach that the Chamber is able to grow – deeper, stronger and broader. With this approach and our early successes, we will certainly continue to serve as a model for chambers across the country. Thank you for all that you do to bring the Chamber’s mission and value to life and keep up the great work!

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NEWS FROM THE CEO

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PAC Endorsement for 2016 Assembly

he Roseville Area Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC) recently announced its endorsement of candidate Bill Halldin (R-Rocklin) for the 6th Assembly District, which Wendy Gerig includes South Placer County and portions of Sacramento C.E.O. and El Dorado County. After interviews with five of the six declared Assembly candidates, the committee voted unanimously to endorse Halldin, citing his track record and breadth of experience. Assemblywoman Beth Gaines, who is not seeking re-election due to term limits, currently represents the district. “Bill was the unanimous choice of our committee because of his broad experience in business and his commitment to bring real reforms to California,” said Kirk Taber, Chairman of the Roseville Area Chamber’s PAC. “Bill has proven himself as a local business owner for nearly 17 years and has a passion for serving our community. He has the skills to represent and bring strong leadership for our region at the Capitol.” Halldin currently serves as a Trustee for Sierra College and has volunteered his time with many civic organizations including Blue Line Arts, the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Sierra College Foundation. He is a past chairman of the Rocklin Area Chamber of Commerce and the William Jessup University Community Relations Council. “I appreciate the support of the Chamber‘s PAC and the local business community, as I work to represent the people of Roseville and the rest of Assembly District 6,” Halldin said. “As a business owner, I understand the challenges businesses face and will work to reduce the overregulation that is killing jobs and forcing many to relocate to other states.”

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Bookkeeper Laura Vineyard

Director of Administration Amy Triplett

Director of Events & Sponsorship Katie Delyon

Director of Membership & Programs Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Hla Elkordy

Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Accounting Assistant Megan Deiotte

Business Development Representative C.J. Duxbury

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

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

About the Roseville Area Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC): The Roseville Area Chamber PAC takes positions on issues and candidates in the Roseville, Placer County and Granite Bay communities. The nine-member committee is comprised of individual citizens, business owners and chamber board members. The PAC is a voluntary, nonprofit committee and is not affiliated with any political party. To learn more about the Roseville Area Chamber or its PAC, contact 916.783.8136 or http://www.rosevillechamber.com/advocacy/roseville-chamber-pac 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

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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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATES Downtown Transformation Aligns with Community Vision

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or the better part of Roseville’s first hundred years, the downtown cityscape remained relatively unchanged. But for the past 15 years, City investments have been profound, and they continue.  The Downtown Specific Plan, the result of a five-year community visioning process, has guided this investment strategy.  In 2010, Roseville City Council formally prioritized a great downtown as one of its Council Goals.  Recently completed projects include the popular Vernon Street Town Square and roundabout at Washington Boulevard and Oak Street. Before that, Riverside Avenue and Historic Old Town debuted new streetscapes, facade improvements, and public art. The next phase of City investment includes the construction of a new office building, parking garage, bridges over Dry Creek along with bike trail extensions, and relocation of Fire Station #1.  316 Vernon Street Office Building The four-story, 83,000 sq. ft. building will be home to city offices, retail space on the ground floor, and Sierra College, which signed a five-year lease for an entire floor of the building to bring some of its academy programs to Downtown Roseville. Adding a student mix to our downtown will help support businesses and promote a vibrant atmosphere.  This project is scheduled for completion December 2016.   Oak Street Parking Garage With new City and private development and increased visitors to the downtown, parking is a need identified in the Specific Plan.  A seven-story, 468-stall parking garage will be located along Oak Street and Washington Boulevard, behind the Roseville Theater. The 4

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project design includes a “Civic Center” themed garage and a variety of exterior pedestrian improvements designed to enhance visual and physical connections between the structure and Downtown Roseville. This project is scheduled for completion Spring 2017. Fire Station No. 1 The existing Public Safety Building at the intersection of Oak and Grant currently houses Fire Operations, Fire Administrative staff, and the City’s Information Technology Department. A new fire station will be constructed Oak and Lincoln to house the fire operation function, with Fire Administration and IT being relocated to the new building at 316 Vernon. This structure’s age and location adjacent to Dry Creek pose operational issues and the functions within the building will be relocated and the building will eventually be removed.  As envisioned in the downtown Specific Plan, this relocation and building removal will invite additional private investment along Dry Creek. This would include a mix of office, retail, restaurant and residential uses, taking advantage of a natural creek and the adjacent citywide park.  Pedestrian Bridges and Bike Trails Three pedestrian bridges will soon cross Dry Creek to more easily connect downtown with Royer Park and connect the bike trail segment through downtown.  The existing Rube Nelson or “Ice House” Bridge will be rotated slightly to enhance the bike trail connection to Royer Park and will include other improvements including new painting, planking, and fencing along with increased lighting.  Included with this construction is the extension of the Miner’s

Ravine Bike trail to Royer Park resulting in a continuous six-mile, off-street trail from Sierra College Boulevard to Downtown Roseville, continuing Rob Jensen through Royer Roseville City Manager Park and Saugstad Park to Darling Way. As currently planned, these improvements will be completed in Spring/Summer 2017 pending approval of required state permits. The Library Replacement Bridge is also tentatively scheduled for replacement in Spring/Summer 2017.  This bridge, which provided an additional connection to Royer Park from the downtown library, was removed several years ago due to erosion and safety issues.  A third, larger pedestrian bridge crossing Dry Creek is planned in the middle of the other two bridges.  This bridge promotes two significant concepts of the Specific Plan: Creating connectivity between activities on Vernon Street and events in Royer Park, and providing additional event space for an active downtown scene.  The width of the bridge will allow for vendors along the side during festivals and events.  Investment in infrastructure is key to strengthening the community and economy.  These investments in the Downtown are key to removing hurdles and adding amenities that will facilitate future private investment. With the public and private sectors doing what they do best, downtown is becoming a magnet for residents and visitors to enjoy its history, events, restaurants, shops, businesses, and beauty.

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CHAMBER UPDATES AMBASSADOR APPRECIATION

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e appreciate our Ambassadors! Ambassadors are the public relations arm of the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. These individuals are tireless volunteers, dedicated to the Chamber and ensuring that you, our members, are knowledgeable about and able to access all the benefits of your membership! As membership grows, the Ambassador Team is tasked to provide that one on one communication that allows you to be successful.

These volunteers have been with the Chamber for at least 6 months, and attend all of our events. You will see them at Ribbon Cuttings and Happy Hours, as well as at our Monthly Chamber Breakfast and Lunch. They also make visits and calls to every one of you, facilitating those connections and referrals that we all seek. Ambassadors provide friendly, personable contact and a smiling face at every one of our events. All new members are assigned an Ambassador, please answer their call! They, like the staff here, work for you!

GOOGLE MASTER RECAP

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et’s Put Roseville on The Map With Google! Businesses that are online grow 40% faster than those that aren’t, and 4 out of 5 people use a search engine to find local business info. Google is partnering with the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce to ensure that you get found! This is a series of seminars, designed by Google to interact with each other and provide the most value to you, our members! Justin Doyle, of Ospry Media, is a certified Google Master and leads these seminars. The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce and Google are offering these AT NO CHARGE for our members, so don’t delay, register for free on our website!

The Seminars are all held at the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, 650 Douglas Blvd. • Set Goals with Google Analytics, Friday, May 13th, 11:30 am -1:00 pm • Grow Your Business Online, Friday, June 3rd, 11:30 am -1:00 pm • Advertising Your Business on Google, July 8th, 11:30 am -1:00 pm • Be Productive with Google Apps, Friday, August 12th, 11:30 am -1:00 pm w w w. R o s e v i l l e A r e a C h a m b e r. c o m

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ROSEVILLE 2016

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roudly brought to you by the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, Roseville 2016 is South Placer’s Premier Business and Economic Event. This Annual South Placer Economic Event will be held on May 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Bayside Granite Bay Campus (8191 Sierra College Blvd.) Each year, the event draws approximately 700+ attendees including public officials, elected officials, CEOs, presidents and business-minded individuals from the surrounding South Placer area.

“Roseville 2016 will focus on future business trends in the region,” stated Wendy Gerig, CEO of Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce, “Along with demonstrations of how to translate these trends to sustain and grow your business.”

Digital and business development teams from some of the region’s leading trendsetting businesses will come together for Roseville 2016 and discuss how they harness the growing list of social media platforms and emerging trends. From establishing a brand and promoting loyalty programs to identifying and connecting with the consumer, attendees will take away the crucial tools they need to begin effectively and strategically utilizing social media and digital outlets. While attending Roseville 2016 is of utmost importance, business leaders in the area are seizing the opportunity to increase their involvement even more by sponsoring the event. Sponsors receive massive recognition for their businesses, as well as trendshow booths to advertise before the 700+ consumers, business community and civic leaders in attendance. Business awards are also on the agenda for Roseville 2016. GALLINA LLP, a regional certified public accounting firm, will present the following 2016 Business Awards: • Young Professional of the Year • Entrepreneur Award • Business Person of the Year Early bird tickets are currently selling for $75 per person. Tickets purchased after May 12th will be available for $99 per person. For more information about Roseville 2016 or to learn more about sponsorship, you may contact the Roseville Area Chamber Office at (916) 783-8136 or visit our website at www.roseville2016.com.

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FEATURED MEMBER

SaaSfocus is the Roseville & Sacramento area’s leading Salesforce.com cloud technology consulting firm. Founder Manvir Sandhu resides in Roseville and selected the area as a critical beacon to fuel growth – “Roseville fosters a business friendly environment and has a broad range of businesses that are embracing technology innovation. The area is prime for a cloud computing solution provider.” The firm’s core mission is to develop applications & solutions for organizations that enable efficiencies & scalable growth. As a Platinum Partner, SaaSfocus was named Salesforce. com’s 2016 partner of the year & holds a best in class 9.3 customer satisfaction rating. The firm has successfully implemented 100’s of cloud based solutions for clients including Audi, Hewlett Packard, State of California & has a leading healthcare practice including clients like Sutter Health, St. Luke’s, & the CDC. Profit with Purpose SaaSfocus shares a common belief in driving meaningful technology impact. Top talent is attracted to SaaSfocus as the firm provides employees the opportunity work on projects that enable positive outcomes and even life-saving change. In 2014, SaaSfocus partnered with the CDC and Unicef in Haiti to develop a mobile remote temperature monitoring application to maximize the viability of life saving vaccines, where ~60% of the vaccines were once deemed out of temperature compliance and non-viable. They are currently working on the development of a BiDirectional Electronic Medical Record Exchange that will enable health systems target and treat patients that are chronically ill and/or food insecure, and a heath labor management platform to improve Tuberculosis treatment in the developing world. The firm utilizes Salesforce.com as a base solution - the world’s # 1 rated cloud computing platform. “We evaluated technologies & selected Salesforce as our base platform. Salesforce offers a compelling mobile & social engagement experience & is ultra secure and scalable from a system and data integration standpoint. We are enabling our clients to better engage customers and employees, obtain key business insights, with confidence that sensitive data is secure.” Clients are realizing compelling ROI and meaningful innovation from their IT investments within months versus years. SaaSfocus plans to make a compelling impact here in the Roseville/Sacramento area and will continue to invest in the region. They help clients develop cloud technology strategies and execute achievable implementation plans. SaaSfocus welcomes the opportunity to work with local firms to drive innovation and scale. Contact Manvir at manvir@SaaSfocus.com or 408-839-8033, or view them at www.SaaSfocus.com to request a consultation.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - FEB | MAR #Let’s Social A Dash of Panache Allright Mechanical Arthritis Foundation Associates Inc. Beale Air Force Base Marketing Bonitata Boutique Wine Bonnie Gore, Roseville City Council Cathy Mee-Security Pacific Real Estate Brokerage Crystal L. Kelly, Esq, INC. David Bennett Waters Agency Nationwide Insurance Diamond Oaks Golf Course doTerra Essential Oils Exit Strategies Group INC Farm Fresh Juice Company FieldHaven Feline Center Freedom Mortgage Friends of Bill Halldin for Assembly Garden of Eat’n Garland Sturges & Quirk Gold Space Group Golden 1 Credit Union-Roseville Golden 1 Credit Union-RPG

Golden 1 Credit Union-Woodcreek Huber Propery Management iFly Indoor Skydiving Independent Capital Management Jay Resendez Attorney at Law Koinonia Family Services La Fiesta Altena Law Offices of Frank D. Penney Lisa R. Stripling-Imagine Real Estate Mackenroth & Laird Maralee Eriksen-Attorney at Law Mix Different Modern TEK Trading Co Mount Saint Joseph Wines Nancy Hansen Design Noodles & Company- Douglas Blvd. Noodles & Company- Roseville Pkwy. Nor Cal Tans Nurturing Touch Massage The Original Pancake House Performance Physical Therapy Pierce & Company Pinnacle Auto Spa Pinot’s Palette-Rocklin Placer County Young Republicans

Pondview Pavilion Raw 101 Revolutions Naturopathic Roseville Urban Forest Foundation Sacramento Refrigeration, Inc. Salem Media Group Select Notary Services - Jeninne Salais Super Lock-Man Sutter Peak Charter Academy Take Note Troupe Target Taylor Painting Team 4 Tomorrows-LLS Team Giving Inc. The Law Offices of Edward A. Smith The Marketing Department, Sacramento The Real Gym Tracy Mendonsa for Roseville City Council U-Haul United States Air Force Recruiting Office VIP Limousine and Tours, Inc. Vitality Bowls

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - FEB | MAR 1 YEAR PLUS ABT Plumbing, Electric, Heat & Air Allegiant Giving Corporation Alley Cat Promos America’s Training Center Online - Prelicense Classes Apple House Cleaning ATS Communications, Inc. Boys & Girls Club of Placer County Bright Now Dental – Sunrise Bunz Sports Pub & Grub California Closets Chili’s CMA Insurance Services, Inc. Cokeva, Inc. Cousins Maine Lobster Sacramento CPR for Dummies Cremation Society of Placer County Crystal Peterson for Arbonne International Delyon Wealth Management Dental Haven

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Discovery Shop-American Cancer Society Donna Vinnard - Norcalwest Realty Duarte & Co. El Sol Bilingual Daycare Employers Select Insurance Services Inc. Energy 2001, Inc. Excel Roseville Fathom Realty- Ray Fuentes, CA BRE# 01227779 First U.S. Community Credit Union Fraternal Order of the Eagles #1582 – Roseville Friends of the Roseville Public Library Gold Country Wildlife Rescue Inc. Gravity IT Solutions Green Valley Hospice Guth & Changaris, A Professional Law Corporation HomeAid Sacramento Hospital Council of Northern & Central California J&S Asphalt

Johny 5 Productions Kaia FIT Granite Bay Life Time Athletic Roseville Llamas-da Conceicao Insurance Agency Lockwood Moore Inc. McCoy Fatula, LLP McSweeney & Associates, APC Medifast Weight Control Center Meyer & Yee, LLP Miss Central California Regional Scholarship Org. Money Mailer Sacramento NewPoint Law Group NorCal Emergency Medical Training Nothing But Wisdom Teeth Nothing But Wisdom Teeth Opera House Saloon Popeye’s Porter Muffler & Fabrication Pressed Juicery, LLC Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc. RCH Group RE/MAX GOLD-Conrad Myers Roberts Freight Consultants, DBA Unishippers Rosenthal & Kreeger, LLP

Roseville Granite Bay Business Network Roseville Internal Medicine Roseville Travel Roseville uLinkNetwork Sacramento Magazine Senator Jim Nielsen Spin Boutique Inc. St. John’s Episcopal Church State Farm Insurance - Christine Taylor State Farm Insurance Stephanie Bader Success Now Network Summit Health Insurance Services, Inc. Sylvan Learning of Rocklin Taco Bell - Foothills Blvd. Tami Teel Designs, Inc. The Boxing Donkey Irish Pub The Burton Law Firm The Family Church The Promo Agency Tim Lewis Communities True Rest Float Spa United Advocates for Children and Families Wing Pros, Inc.

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - FEB | MAR 5 YEARS PLUS Alpine Mortgage Planning Ascot Family Dental BBVA Compass Best Business Referral Network BNI - Roseville Success Link Capital Public Radio Child Advocates of Placer County Crate&Barrel Cybertary.com Designwerks Media Elevate Public Relations & Marketing

10 YEARS PLUS A+ Dental Care Astoria Wine Group Best Western Plus Orchid Hotel & Suites Boy Scouts of America, Golden Empire Council Byers Gymnastics Center C & C Interiorscapes Candace Saari, C.P.A. Capital Landscape Coastal Partners, LLC Dr. S. (Sean) Sefidpour, DDS, MSD, MSME

First United Methodist Church, Roseville GM Repair Center of Roseville Hot Rod’s Fabrication & Repair Hunt Jeppson & Griffin, LLP John Adams Academies Inc. Kirk Uhler-Placer Co. District 4 Supervisor Kristen Spears, Placer County Assessor La Provence Restaurant & Terrace Life Community Church Lilliput Children’s Services MacKay & Somps Civil Engineers, Inc.

MassMutual Northern California Pacific Advisors - Michael Bullington Panera Bread - Douglas Blvd., Roseville Panera Bread - Pleasant Grove Blvd., Roseville Park Family Insurance & Financial Services Inc. PFLAG Greater Placer County Quick Quack Car Wash Risk Strategies Ronald “Scott” Owens, Placer Cnty. Dist. Attorney

Roseville Theater Arts Academy Sally Galli Consulting Shellito Training & Consulting Signs On Time, Inc. Smile Business Products, Inc. South Placer Rotary Club Stand Out Talent Teichert, INC. The Me-One Foundation The Sacramento Bee TownePlace Suites by Marriott Unger Construction Co. Wise Villa Winery

Executive Care Landscape Management, Inc. Granite Bay Dermatology and Laser Center Hefner, Stark & Marois, LLP Home Smart Icare Realty Il Fornaio KidsFirst Law Office of Roger Billings Lynch Business Center Mission Carpet Care Pampered Chef Pinnacle at Galleria Placer Care Coalition, Inc.

Placer County Association of Realtors Placer Dispute Resolution Service Roseville Coalition of Neigh. Assoc. – RCONA Roseville Health & Wellness Center Roseville Vision Center Dr. Paul Perron Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. Scott Yuill Insurance and Financial Services/State Farm Scotty’s Automotive Inc.

Security Public Storage State Farm Insurance - Pat Hagans, Agent Style Media Group The Biletnikoff Foundation The UPS Store Triad Plus Fabric For The Home U.S. Corporation Services, Inc. Umpqua Bank Viola White Health Insurance Advisor Woodcreek Dentistry

20 YEARS PLUS Avalon Printing & Graphics BloodSource Roseville Diamond K Estates Golden Sierra Job Training Agency Haney INC

Harris & Bruno International Kee & Associates Kiwanis of Roseville Performing Arts of Roseville Piches Architecture Placer County Water Agency Roseville Fire Fighters Association

30 YEARS PLUS American Cancer Society Blossoms & Balloons CBRE-Roseville Roller King Skating Center

40 YEARS PLUS Blue Line Arts

Susan Rohan Vice Mayor of Roseville

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Roseville Masonic Hall Board Association Roseville Meat Company Sequoia Equities Sir Speedy Printing Threads N Things U. C. Davis Medical Group

“The Chamber is “resource rich” for a small business like mine. My clients and business services are Chamber members, and I rely on the Chamber for information and advocacy on issues affecting me. And as the City’s Vice Mayor and Mayor the past four years, partnering with the Chamber on business retention and attracting new jobs infuses private sector ingenuity into public sector goals. The community wins.” page

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RIBBON CUTTINGS- FEB | MAR California Closets

Crossroads Trading Company

Great Clips-Junction Crossroads

Hyatt Place Roseville

Rosati’s Pizza

Kaia FIT Granite Bay

On Q Financial

St. Vincent De Paul Society

The Group Effect Fitness Studio

The Sandwich Spot

Capital City Tax

Crunch Fitness

LegalShield

Strikes Unlimited

The Real Gym

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WHAT’S HAPPENING...

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN MAY | JUNE

chamber luncheon

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visit RosevilleAreaChamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Craft Beer Vault 6508 Lonetree Blvd., Ste. 108, Rocklin Featured Non-Profit: Roseville Host Lions THURSDAY REGIONAL ECONOMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 am PCAR 270 Technology Way, Ste. 100, Rocklin FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 8:30 am - 9:30 am Bayside- Granite Bay Campus 8191 Sierra College Blvd. Sponsor: C&C Wealth Advisory

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE 2016 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Bayside- Granite Bay Campus 8191 Sierra College Blvd.

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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: FBI Declassified Speaker: Tom Osborne, FBI Caterer: Carmelita’s Restaurant Sponsor: Destiny Community Center

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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Source Restaurant 5540 Douglas Blvd., Ste. 110 Featured Non-Profit: Family Green Survival

Sponsor: First Northern Bank

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FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am

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FRIDAY GOOGLE WITH THE ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: State of the County Speaker: David Boesch, CEO, Placer County Caterer: Randy Peters Catering & Event Planning

June Events

FRIDAY GOOGLE WITH THE ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER 11:30 am - 1:00 pm TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am 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: Keaton Raphael Memorial FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 a.m. TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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

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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