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ROSEVILLE

INSIGHT

business

March/April 2015

Secrets Revealed marketing

value of a Budget

Linkedin tips recapped innovation

De-Clutter your Business

AN OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE ROSEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


Members Honored at Installation The Annual Installation Dinner for the Roseville Chamber of Commerce was held on January 27th at the Timber Creek Ballroom. Many of our Chamber members were honored for their dedication and service throughout the 2014 year. To learn more about the winners and to see more photos from the event, visit our Facebook page or website at: www.rosevillechamber.com

2014 INSTALLATION DINNER AWARD WINNERS:

President’s Award

Janette Moynier First Bank

Ambassador of the Year

Roxanne O’Moore Pampered Chef

Referral Partner of the Year

ATHENA Award

Sonbol Aliabadi

Ryan Haney

Sierra College Foundation

Volunteer of the Year

BECOME Business Recognition Award

CEO Holdings LLC

Judy Peters

Theresa Mulcrone Kohl’s

Swearing in ceremony for the board members of 2015 Thank You to Lang Lew Photography

Edward M. Friedman Community Service

Jim Williams

Williams + Paddon Architects + Planners, Inc

BECOME Business Recognition Award

Chick-fil-A


March | April

Installation Dinner & Winter Bash photos courtesy of Lang Lew Photography. Give a warm welcome to the new 2015 board members.

A Committee Divided into Two

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Value of a Budget

DISASTER RECOVERY Importance of a Back-up

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PLACER COUNTY UPDATE

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WHAT’S HAPPENING?

Spring De-Clutter

New Businesses Celebrating Their Membership with the Chamber Don’t Miss Our Upcoming Events. You May Just Find a Hot New Lead!

Attendees at INSTALLATION DINNER

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Business Showcase & Mixer

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new members of the chamber family

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at the Quarterly

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

LinkedIn Tips

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Exhibitors

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RECAP: SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS

Since Last Issue...

Winter Bash

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO

Cleaning Up Your Business

FINANCE

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT 2015 Officers President Kim Silvers

Kim Silvers

Silvers HR LLC

Silvers HR LLC

President-Elect Brian Ivie

Mercy San Juan Medical Center

Secretary/Treasurer Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates

Past President Randy Wilson

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law

Vice Presidents Community Development & Education Liisa Stark

Union Pacific Railroad

Economic & Government Affairs James Cuppet

SIMS Recycling Solutions

Membership Development Kristen Holihan

California Bank & Trust

2015 Board of Directors Ted Allegra

Consolidated Communications

Patrick Brady

Sutter Roseville Medical Center

Tim Burke Quest

Michelle Cannon

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

Ashley Harris

Ignite Young Professionals

Jeff Dern

PRIDE Industries

Bill Halldin

Halldin Public Relations

John Mason

Gurnee Mason & Forestiere

Janette Moynier

First Bank - Vernon Street

Sandy Sharon

Kaiser Permanente Medical Center

Bruce Stephenson GALLINA LLP

Jared Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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Business Clean-ups for the BOLD We are halfway through the first quarter….YIKES, what did I do with the time? Do you share my sentiments, grief, and sometimes dread over the rush of getting it all done? I consistently hear that business is picking up and many of you have what you wished for - paying customers! They sometimes get in the way of getting things done. As the economy becomes kinder and gentler to business owners I suggest you do some of that “spring cleaning” this month and consider if you have customers that match your business principles. You know the ones I’m referring to - the customers who want you, your products and services, and they understand the value you bring. (And if you can’t express your value to your customers you may want to attend one of our many Masters in Marketing seminars this year.) We’ve all experienced customers who seem to take a good deal of energy and resources but bring no significant return. Worse yet are those customers who put you and your business at risk with silly or

unethical moves that may reflect poorly on you. I suggest that it’s time to take the first step to weed out the bottom 10 percent. Take the chance and clean house! There are tactful ways to divorce a customer and I bet you’ll find you have significantly more time and energy when that one “stubbed toe” is gone from your day. Many members would stop reading at this stage. If you’ve read this far and are the first person to email me (calls and texts do not count) to tell me the name of my favorite Ohio actress who will be 91 on April 3rd, I will buy you breakfast at my #1 stop in Granite Bay. The Roseville Chamber is offering a wealth of information to our members this year. Take the opportunity to invest in yourself and your business by hearing others’ insights and tips through our luncheon speakers, Roseville University, Seminars for Success, and the CEO Roundtables. It takes a village to make a business successful. Won’t you join us in preparing your business for the next stage?

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GOOD NEWS FROM THE CEO Wendy Gerig

Roseville Chamber of Commerce

Ref i ning the Chamber T

he Roseville Chamber is doing a little fine tuning during the Spring Season. We had a great turnout at our kick off for Roseville University | Professional Development. James Stevens from UC Davis Graduate School of Management presented effective leadership development tools to help an organization’s longterm success. He used a 360-degree assessment which evaluated the talents that created a plan to focus on the high-value areas for leadership development.

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Controller

Stephanie Tighe

Director of Administration Amy Yeager

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Katie Delyon

Membership Services Coordinator Anne Pastrana

Communications Specialist Muang Saeteurn

Customer Service Rep Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Business Development Representatives Lori Ryan

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

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

On top of this new professional developement series, we are also announcing two committees for the Roseville Chamber. Previously known as the Economic & Government Affairs, they are now split into two separate committees:

Economic Development: Chairperson: Naaz Alikhan, William + Paddon Architects + Planners, Inc. Meets on the FIRST Friday of each quarter.

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

Mission: To work in tandem with the City of Roseville and Placer County to ensure that we remain competitive while attracting new employers to the area

Government Affairs: Chairperson: John Tallman, Westpark Communities Meets on the LAST Friday of each month. Mission: To review legislation affecting the business community on the local, state and federal levels.

Roseville Chamber of Commerce, serving Roseville and Granite Bay, is proud to be an accredited fivestar Chamber of Commerce. The Accreditation Program was instituted by the U.S. Chamber to recognize effective organization performance. Only 10% of the Chambers throughout the nation successfully complete the accreditation process for this voluntary program and less than 1% achieve five-star status.

Visit our website or call the Roseville Chamber office to learn more

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Social Networking Tips for Linkedin

In case you missed the recent Seminars for Success: Linkedin for Business - Networking for Success, we thought you might enjoy a few tips and tricks. Build a great professional profile. Be sure to complete 100% of the sections and include a professional headshot photo. You’re more likely to be found when someone is searching for you or your particular skills and experience.

Tips proudly brought to you by:

Connect with people authentically. Include a personalized note about how you met the person. Be sure to mention any common personal connections or associations and why you’re seeking to connect with them. Give generously and you shall receive. Don’t always try to be selling; you’ll turn others off. Read posts in the newsfeed and engage with other’s content. LIKE, share, and comment on their posts, and share your own relevant professional links and information. Don’t be in a hurry. Quality connections to people you really know well are more valuable than a large quantity of acquaintances. It takes time to build a large professional network.

Geoff Sakala CEO, Click Spring

For more tips and tricks or to learn more about LinkedIn or content marketing visit the ClickSpring blog at clickspring.co/blog.

“What do I like best about the Roseville Chamber….? Staying informed on what is going on in the business community, meeting civic leaders, networking with other business owners and sharing best practices. Most importantly, being a part of a 5-Star Accredited Chamber (1 of 6 in the area) that truly shows their commitment to our local business community. ” Janette Moynier First Bank

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Cleaning Out the Old to Start Fresh It’s the time of year to re-energize and refresh things. One way to refresh things is to ask why we are doing what we do. When we find our “Why” amazing things can happen. When we get clear on our “Why”, we are more focused with a better sense of purpose. Our “Why” flows into the “What” which then directs the “How.” In this model “How” comes last, rather than first. Here’s an example: Suppose Mary decides she really cares about supporting and strengthening marriages. Mary already owns a restaurant. Mary could decide that she’s just in the wrong business. But wait a minute. Maybe there’s something she can do here. So Mary decides to change her restaurant so that it strengthens couples. Now she has something pretty unique. This is no longer your run-of-the-mill restaurant. A couple walks in to Mary’s restaurant and the wait person seats them in a booth where ambient noise is reduced. The wait person sits down next to them and tells them that the topic of the evening is “vacations,” and if they’d like to participate, they can share their ideal vacation in a bit. There is also a card of meaningful conversations starters on the table. By John Benecio Simply Great Lives www.simplygreatlives.com

Now Mary can’t wait to get started everyday. She’s engaged in something she cares about. And her restaurant is attracting lots of new customers. Initiating with the question of “Why” can change everything?

COUNTY OF PLACER UPDATE

Spring De-Cluttering

Kirk Uhler District 4 Supervisor

What is it about spring that makes us think of cleaning? I mean, mowing, weeding and sneezing I get, but cleaning? Why do summer, fall and winter get a pass? Regardless the reason, here are a few simple ideas to make your cleaning more productive and your life a little less cluttered. Clothes – When packing away the heavy winter garb and pulling out the lighter summer wear, a good rule for opening up some space in your closet is if you didn’t wear it last year, you probably won’t wear it this year. Chuck it. Donate it. Burn it (especially the “parachute pants”). If you are saying, “But my motivation for sticking with my diet is to fit in to my old clothes”, save one item from that time gone by that will serve as your barometer. One pair of jeans or one skirt ought to do it. Everything else, buh-bye. Food – The stuff in the fridge is a no-brainer, and hopefully you aren’t waiting around until spring to toss the decomposing celery. No, it is the stuff in the cupboards that needs your attention. Check the dates. Believe it or not, Hamburger Helper has an expiration date. As do Hostess Twinkies, contrary to urban legend. And the same rule we apply to the clothes comes in to play here – if it wasn’t eaten in the past year, it probably won’t be next year. If it has not expired, donate it. If it has, chuck it. Or burn it (dried Mac and Cheese is highly combustible; don’t ask me how I know). Everything that you were going to repair or sell on eBay – My daughter had the most darling little pink leather jacket when she was five. She is now 15. For nearly 10 years, it hung in the closet waiting to be sold on eBay. So, I set a deadline. That jacket was leaving the house one way or another by my daughter’s birthday. Not surprisingly, it ended up at Goodwill. The same rule applies to every broken tool or toy. If it isn’t worth your time to accomplish the task, it isn’t worth hanging on to.

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The Value of a Budget In recent years two conflicting trends have surfaced within the American culture. Many people agree that Americans are earning more than ever before, but are saving less. What is a solution to this problem? Develop a household budget. Here are the steps to help you get started: • Determine your net monthly household income (subtract taxes and other payroll deductions). Remember to add any supplementary income such as interest, stock dividends or income from rental properties. • Assess your monthly expenses. Reviewing the past will help you anticipate the future. Don’t guess - take time to analyze your spending habits by reviewing old bills and returned checks. • Establish major budget categories. Review the amount you spend each month on food, housing and utilities, loan payments, dependent expenses, medical bills, taxes, insurance, recreation, clothing, and personal care items. • Review your budget. Track your budget periodically. If you get off track, look for ways to cut back. • Put your computer to work. There are several inexpensive, user-friendly programs that can help make budgeting fun and interesting. Another way to start saving money is through a systematic plan. When a portion of your salary is automatically transferred to a long-term savings account, you’re saving money regularly and learning to meet expenses with less money. Learning to budget your money allows you to start achieving long-term financial objectives like saving for college tuition, retirement and other important goals. By Charlie Harrison, Investment Advisor Representative, Princor Registered Representative CA 0I88100 harrison.charlie@principal.com www.charliefinancial.com

Charlie Harrison is a Financial Representative of Principal National Life Insurance Company and Principal Life Insurance Company and a Registered Representative of Princor Financial Services Corporation. Securities offered through Princor Financial Services Corporation, 800/247-1737, member SIPC. Principal National (except in New York) and Principal Life are issuing insurance companies of the Principal Financial Group. Principal National, Principal Life and Princor® are members of the Principal Financial Group®, Des Moines, IA 50392. Charlie can be reached at 916-773-3343 harrison.charlie@principal.com.

“The Roseville Chamber of Commerce continues to open door after door for me and my business. I have been a member for three years now and if I look back at the business contacts and personal friendships I have to date, more than half can be traced back to a Chamber event I attended or a Chamber committee I served on. By choosing to join the “5-star Accredited Chamber” you are automatically setting your business up for success.” Eric McIntosh, Zoom Imaging Solutions, INC

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Make Your Employees Love Their Jobs Employees want to love their jobs, and it’s up to employers to help make that happen. After all, it’s not surprising that workers who enjoy their responsibilities, like their work environment, and admire their employers are going to perform better. And while love can be fickle, there are five sure-fire ways to make your employees fall in love with their jobs.

Bump Up Compensation: You may not be able to buy love, but employees’ salaries and overall compensation packages do impact their feelings toward their employers.

Bring Equipment Up To Date: Gifts are always a good way to someone’s heart, and for many employees, the simple gift of updated software or an upgraded computer may be just the key. Old, outdated equipment can leave employees feeling frustrated and undervalued, and that’s not good for performance or retention.

Cancel Those Meetings: Alone time is important in all relationships, and that includes within the

workplace. The majority of employees, especially top performers, are sick and tired of attending meeting after meeting.

Support Their Personal Goals:

In order for workers to love and support their employers, they need to feel supported in return. And that support needs to extend past workplace goals and bolster their efforts to meet personal goals as well.

Listen To Their Suggestions:

Fostering and maintaining love requires a lot of listening. Few employers seem to be listening to the frustrations and opinions employees have shared over the years, according to Forbes. So, in order to avoid conflicts and painful break-ups, companies need to really listen to their workers, implement as many of the requests as possible, and make their attempts very visible. By: Eric Beard Express Employment Professionals

Nobody likes going to work five days a week and feeling disengaged, unappreciated, and passionless. But, by making just a few changes, employers can make it much easier for www.expresspros.com employees to fall in love with their businesses.

Importance of a Computer Back-up A study by the National Small Business Association found that a year after Hurricane Sandy, a startling 83 percent of organizations still lacked a business continuity plan. There are some things in life you can’t afford to lose. When it comes to your business, data should be at the top of the list. Losing data could have severe implications – up to and including losing your business for good. Backing up data protects you from all sorts of harm, including human error, Mother Nature and hardware failure. As a computer service and network support specialist for small businesses, we highly recommend to use a complete Backup Retention and Disaster Recovery plan which will help with the following: Design Purchase Installing Testing Support Adjustments For some small business owners, a solution could be using such services such as mozy.com or carbonite.com, but for some an external hard drive will suffice. Keep in mind, you will still need to store a copy offsite. Consulting with a trusted advisor that has years of experience in backing up data and protecting a business from harm can help a business to recover from a major computer disaster. Give IT Pro Source a call at (925) 455-7701 or visit their website at: www.itprosource.com and let them know the Roseville Chamber sent you. w w w. r o s e v i l l e c h a m b e r. c o m

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Welcome New Members 3fold Communications Almondale Academy Assistance League of Greater Placer Bare Bones Work Wear BFBA, LLP Bits Bites and Boxes Body Yoga Brian Smith Landscape Design Cal Tech Mortgage- Mike Cepeda Coldwell BankerDennis J. Harrington Coldwell Banker-Ladon Mellen Cook CPA Group Cool River Pizza Roseville Kali Coughlin, M.A., MFTI Creatif Hair Studio

CunninghamLegal EZ Events, Inc The Growing Garden Headshots of NorCal Hi-Def Lighting & Electrical Inc. Holden Law Group Hospital Council of Northern & Central California Hotel Loan Corporation Imagemaster Photography IT Pro Source Jeff Jurach- Professor of Business L2N Media Life Time Athletic Roseville Loder Construction Inc. Maverick Partners West Mercy Ministries

Miss Central California Regional Scholarship Org. Performance Resources, LLC Verdeo Funding Pressed Juicery, LLC Richard Russo Insurance Agency Sew What? Terri Star Cleaners LLC State Farm - Michael Eldred Stearns Lending, LLC SunCal Real Estate GroupBrandon Leon That Gal-Estate Sales & Services The Auto Game TriStar Property Management Veterans of Foreign WarsVFW 1487

4 Wheels to Run a Business With all the complexities that can occur in life—professionally and personally—Simple is a good idea! Here’s a suggestion for ways you can improve your effectiveness by keeping a simple perspective. 4 Wheels to Run a Business is analogous to the 4 wheels on your car. In order to move forward you need all 4 wheels, just like how you need these “4 Key Areas in Your Business:” Marketing

and Sales—

Administration

to bring in the business

and Support—

to take care of the business you bring in

Product and/or Service you provide Delivery of your Product or Service

When you look at your business from this perspective, what area do you want to focus on this month or week? Where can you put in 20% of your effort and create 80% return on your investment of time and money? What “simple” steps can move you forward? Ask yourself these questions when you’re thinking of a game plan for your business. By Marlys Thompson (916) 489-3964 www.marlysthompson.com

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“I’ve been around a lot of networking groups. I like the Professionalism, energy and organization of this community. I definitely picked the right chamber. Everything is great! I have a lot of fun at their luncheons. Great people and food.” Brady Kellogg Enagic - Kangen Water Systems.

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Ribbon Cuttings- December | January

Act-On Software

Almondale Academy

Back Back to to Health Health Chiropractor Chiropractic of Granite Bay of Granite Bay

Crawfish Factory

Creatif Hair Studio

Farmhaus

Fresh Healthy Cafe

KWStudios

New Life Chiropractic

Sylvan Learning of Rocklin

Untangled Translations

AliveTribe Fitness

Brandman University (Chapman University System)

Cibo 7

ClickSpring

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Thank You Renewals 1Years Plus

ADA Consultant Services Alan C. Pan D.D.S. Inc Albano, Dale, Dunn & Lewis, Insurance, Inc. Ambience Floral Design America’s Training Center- online Area Restroom Armoured Plumbing Ashria, LLC ATS Communications, Inc. BCA Architects Beacon Wealth Strategies Tony Owings CFP® Benn & Leman CPAs Inc. Capitol Public Finance Group, LLC Cardno CarMax Celebrations! Party Rentals & Tents Clark Auto Body Cokeva, Inc. COVERED EDGE Asset Management, LLC Cunningham Engineering DataSafe DeMattei Real Estate Team Development Planning & Financing Group, Inc. Elevate Public Relations Encore Catering-”It’s All About You” Fast Track Hobbies Fear Insurance Services First U.S. Community Credit Union First United Methodist Church, Roseville Friends of the Roseville Public Library FSB Core Strategies Function 45 Event Entertainment Gaines Insurance Agency, Inc. Gina Garbolino Green Acres Nursery & Supply Green Valley Hospice GreenFrog Technologies H & R Block Hallie’s Hospitality Heroik Media Home Buddies Roseville Hot Rod’s Fabrication & Repair Integral Networks Interwest Consulting Group IWM Athletics JLL KCSO Telemundo 33 Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard Law Offices of Gregory A. Thyberg LimeLight Local Macias Gini & O’Connell LLP Maid in America Manhart Photography MarketOne Builders MassMutual Northern California

McSweeney & Associates, APC Medifast Weight Control Center Meritage Homes Mobley Pest Services Mr. Transmission North Roseville Rec Center Nothing Bundt Cakes Oakmont of Roseville Op-d-op, Inc. Peterson & Gratham Insurance Brokers Placer Community Foundation Power Pros Professional Computer Services Raley’s Corporate RCH Group Red Dog Shredz Roseville Granite Bay Business Network Roseville Internal Medicine Roseville Library Foundation Roseville Police Activities League Roseville uLinkNetwork SAFE Credit Union Community Banking Shellito Training & Consulting Skipolini’s Sproul Trost LLP Stand Out Talent State Farm Insurance- Christine Taylor Tami Teel Designs, Inc. The Davey Tree Expert Company The Family Church The Ferguson Group, Inc. The Pool Managers Vulcan Materials Company Walmart Neighborhood Market #5980 Whitney Oaks Insurance Services Inc. Wing Pros, Inc.

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Acres of Hope American Red Cross, Capital Region Chapter BBVA Compass BP Productions Bristol Hospice - Sacramento, LLC Coldwell Banker Sun Ridge Real Estate CSU Sacramento Designwerks Media Dickey’s Barbeque Pit First Allied Securities, Inc. Stanford Hirata Fountains Dental Excellence GBD Communities Infinity Financial Mortgage Jonathan Chan, DDS - West

Karen T. Peak CPA

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Roseville Family Dental Law Office of Lynn Dean Law Office of Roger Billings Northern California Dance Conservatory On The Border Pipeline Coffee Placer Food Bank Placer Independent Resource Services, Inc. Professional Solutions Group LLP River City Landscaping, Inc. Roseville Roofing Security Public Storage Sierra College Foundation The Biletnikoff Foundation The Gathering Inn Gateway The Pampered Chef The UPS Store Thomas Chiropractic Town Planner Community Calendar TownePlace Suites by Marriott U C Davis Graduate School of Management Women’s Improvement Club of Roseville

10Years Plus

A Touch of Understanding, Inc. American Medical Response of Placer County Arena Softball Automotive Service of Roseville Boy Scouts of America, Golden Empire Council California Window Fashions Home Design Studio Chapman Monument Co., Inc. Diamond K Estates Downey Brand, LLP Farmers Insurance - David C. Larson FAT’S Asia Bistro & Dim Sum Bar Five Star Auto Care Gamboa’s Body & Frame, Inc. Granite Bay Kiwanis Club Jerry Dizon, State Farm Insurance Agency Lakeside Beverages Laverty Chacon Commercial Real Estate Law Office of Marcus J. Lo Duca, P.C. Lord’s Gym Lynch Business Center Mann, Urrutia, Nelson,

Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard

CPAs & Associates McCarthy Physical Therapy & Sports Medicine MetroPCS Palisades Dental Placer Valley Tourism Principal Financial Group Richards Painting Roseville Automall Chevron Roseville Meat Company San Juan Water District Scott Yuill Insurance and Financial Services/State Farm Scotty’s Automotive Inc. Sun Senior/Woodcreek News/EGnews Inc Taber Creative Group Threads N Things Viola White Health Insurance Advisor Vision Law Corporation Woodcreek Dentistry

20Years Plus

BloodSource Roseville Bright Beginnings Carmelita’s Restaurant Drs. Klem & Guarcello Harris & Bruno International John Rogers Burk, A Law Corporation Johnson Ranch Racquet Club Kiwanis of Roseville NG Alexander Real Estate Development LLC Richland Communities, Inc.

Years Plus 30 American Cancer Society Blossoms & Balloons Eberhart & Company

Years Plus 40 Best Western / Roseville Inn

Sinclair, Wilson, Baldo & Chamberlain Attorneys at Law The Press-Tribune Rotary Club of Roseville

Years Plus 50 Bud’s Dry Cleaning

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What’s Happening PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN MARCH/APRIL

chamber luncheon

March Sponsors

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networking breakfast

visit rosevillechamber.com click on the Events Calendar call 916.783.8136

April Sponsors

MARCH 26 APRIL

how to register

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

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Bunz Sports Pub & Grub 311 Judah St.

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FRIDAY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 7:30 am - 9:00 am

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

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

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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

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

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: State of the County Speaker: David Boesch, CEO County of Placer Catered by: Encore Catering- “It’s All About You” Sponsor: A+ Dental Care

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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: City of Roseville

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FRIDAY JOINT ECONIMIC & GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MEETING 7:30 am - 9:00 am Canyon View Community Center 471 Maidu Drive Auburn

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TUESDAY BECOME COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 8:30 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: Internet Social Networking Risks Speaker: Hershell Ervin, FBI Catered by: Texas West BBQ Sponsor: Placer Food Bank

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

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TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Terraces of Roseville 707 Sunrise Ave.

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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 Granite Bay Golf Club 9600 Golf Club Dr. Granite Bay Sponsor: Adam’s Jeweler’s

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

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

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THURSDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Paul Martin’s American Grill 1455 Eureka Rd., Ste. 100

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

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FRIDAY MEMBER ADVISORY COUNCIL 9:00 am

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