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ROSEVILLE AREA CHAMBER of COMMERCE SEPT | OCT 2016

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CONTENTS

SEPTEMBER | OCTOBER

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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NEWS FROM THE CEO

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CITY OF ROSEVILLE UPDATES

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PAC ENDORSEMENTS

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CHAMBER UPDATES

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FEATURED MEMBER

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RIBBON CUTTINGS

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2016 Goals: Mid-Year Update

Engage with Your Community

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Budget on Right Track, However Challenges Remain

Meet the Candidates

SPLASH is Turning 21! Find Local Talent: New Internship Program

Flores & Associates Insurance Services

New Businesses Celebrating their Membership with the Chamber

WHAT’S HAPPENING?

Plan Ahead with Our Upcoming Events!

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Officers President Brian Ivie Mercy San Juan Medical Center

A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

President-Elect Jared M. Thomas, DC Thomas Chiropractic

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ecently, the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors met at the Mid-Year Planning Meeting to discuss the Chamber’s progress toward its goals. It’s always great to be the bearer of good news and I’m pleased to report that it’s good news on all fronts when it comes to the Chamber’s goals for 2016.

Past President Kim Silvers Silvers HR, LLC Secretary/Treasurer Jeremy Masters Kee & Associates VP Economic & Government Affairs James Cuppet VP Membership Services Janette Moynier River City Bank VP Community Development Kristen Holihan SAFE Credit Union

Board of Directors Ted Allegra

ComAudit Services, Inc.

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 | Cremation Society of Placer County

Brian Whitmore BCA Architects

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2016 Goals: Mid-Year Update

Brian Ivie

Membership: We are well-positioned to reach our goal of increasing membership for the year heading toward our membership goal of 1,500 members. To reach this lofty goal, our focus is not only on securing new members, but continuing our efforts to retain members by offering new, unique, valuable services to our Chamber members. Mercy San Juan Medical Center

One of the strategies I’d like to draw your attention to is our strategy to redefine the value proposition for each subset of our membership. When you think about it, the value we provide to a large company versus a medium or small-sized company can be very different. The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce continues to work diligently to meet each member or potential member “where they are” identifying unique opportunities and resources to drive the value of membership home regardless of the size of their organization. Community Development: It should not come as a surprise that the Chamber is a strong advocate for smart business growth and investment with the City of Roseville and Placer County. But this year, we are deepening our reach a bit by specifically advocating for the expansion of higher education in Roseville. In addition, our staff, leaders and members are working directly with representatives from interested universities and colleges, along with city and county officials and local businesses, to develop workforce planning events and opportunities. Government and Economic Development: I’m not sure if you’ve heard, but this is an election year. Though we have a tendency to think that election years are busier years for organizations like the Chamber, the reality is that the Chamber works year-round, every year to ensure the cultivation of business friendly, strong-economy candidates. Expansion of Brand Roll-Out: The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce successfully launched its new brand and identity system (logo and brand standards) in February. There is a tendency to think of “brand” really just as an organization’s logo, but I want to encourage you to broaden your thinking around brand. An organization’s brand is the thoughtful presentation of an organization to the public – in all of its forms. It really states who we are and what we bring to the businesses and residents of this region. And thanks to Taber Creative Group, which has led our rebranding efforts, we have some exciting new iterations of our brand that will be rolling out soon. If the second half of the year is anything like the first half – and we have every reason to believe that it will be – this will be an incredible year. While I’d love to say with a straight face that it’s the leadership of the president that has made the difference, I know better. It is our members that make the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce the strong regional leader that it is today. On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to thank you for your continued engagement with the Chamber and wish you and your business the best through the second half of the year! Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


NEWS FROM THE CEO

Chamber Staff Chief Executive Officer Wendy Gerig

Bookkeeper

Engage with Your Community

Laura Vineyard

Director of Administration Amy Triplett

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one are the days when businesses can isolate themselves from the rest of the community. Today’s consumers expect more of their companies, and one of the things they expect is more community involvement. Not only do the consumers expect it, the business community as a whole strives to get involved because a strong community means a stronger base of clients and consumers.

Events & Sponsorship Coordinator Christina Commer

Wendy Gerig C.E.O.

Community involvement is also directly associated with business gain. Staying informed on what is going on in your city is fundamental to the success of your business. It also allows you to build a relationship with potential customers as well as build brand awareness to expand your business. There are many opportunities to get you and your business engaged with the great people of Roseville and Placer County. For example, I had the honor of attending the Roseville Police Department Swearing-In Ceremony on August 5th along with several of our Board members, members of the Roseville City Council, City Manager Rob Jensen, Police Chief Daniel Hahn, community leaders, and proud families. Witnessing the official welcome of our new police officers was a celebration for the entire community. I encourage you to not pass these opportunities up.

Upcoming Opportunities to Show Your Community Involvement:

The State of the City Address is coming up on September 21st at Roseville Toyota in the Roseville Automall. Mayor Carol Garcia will showcase the community’s economic, educational, and cultural development as well as the plans for the future of Roseville. The prestigious VIP Breakfast Reception will start at 7:30 a.m. and the free State of the City Address will begin at 8:30 am. It is vital for business leaders to participate and obtain the valuable information that will be provided by the City.

Communications Specialist Hla Elkordy

Customer Relations Specialist Nancy McElroy

Advertising & Business Development Michelle Culbertson

Membership Retention Representative Scott Otsuka

Leah Kelsey

Business Development Representative C.J. Duxbury

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

Elections

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Katie Delyon

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

STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS

The upcoming elections in November provide the perfect chance for business owners to choose business friendly candidates that will advance and support business issues.

Director of Membership & Programs

VOTE

November 8, 2016

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

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Budget on Right Track, However Challenges Remain n June, City Council approved a half-billion-dollar budget for Fiscal Year 2016-17, which matches revenues with expenses.

The good news is that Roseville’s economy is doing well: building permits are up, commercial investment is returning, and the unemployment rate is dropping. Rob Jensen

However, our expenses still outpace revenues. The economic downturn required Roseville City Manager us to use one-time monies to maintain service levels. The State continues to push unfunded mandates onto cities, all of which come with a cost. These challenges have hindered our ability to fully fund long-term liabilities, as well as building and facility upkeep and maintenance. We’ve made significant progress though, replenishing some of the funds we borrowed from to get us through the recession. And with your help, we reached agreement on labor contracts through 2018 with five of our six labor groups. With the support of those labor groups, those contracts will assist in slowing salary growth of new employees, which will be key to reducing future expenses. We begin negotiations with the remaining group this fall. Looking ahead, fiscal responsibility and maintaining core services remains a priority for the Council, along with looking at adequacy of Police staffing, the need for additional resources in Code Enforcement, and a continued focus on Economic Development. We believe the adopted budget provides those resources.

Panzica named CFO of the Year As we strategize for the long term, we’re fortunate to have Jay Panzica as our CFO. And we’re not the only ones who think so; the Sacramento Business Journal named him the CFO of the Year for a large public agency at a July awards luncheon. Jay came to Roseville from the City of Ventura, California, in May 2014.  “I lived in Southern California for 25 years. I knew very little about Northern California before I moved here,” he said. “The quality and progressive attitude  of the  city staff convinced me to come.” We appreciate Jay’s fiscal approach, including using data to make better decisions, creating clear fiscal policies that make tough decisions easier, and communicating those decisions so everyone knows what to expect.

Jay Panzica

City of Roseville Chief Financial Officer and winner of CFO of the Year Award

“I want our budget to be a reasonable predictor of the future. So the goal was to make it more accurate, predictable, and no longer allow the use of reserves for daily operations.  Any money that the city earns in a year is all we spend.” By overhauling our whole budget process, Jay has changed our culture. Now, we’re looking at the budgeting differently, including creating a contingency fund  that allows us to address unanticipated opportunities and unexpected expenses that may emerge during the year. 4

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PAC ENDORSEMENTS

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he Roseville Area Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC) has announced its endorsements for Roseville City Council. After interviews with five of the candidates, the PAC voted to endorse John Allard, Bonnie Gore, and Richard Roccucci.

What is the PAC? The Roseville Area Chamber Political Action Committee works independently from the Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce. This group takes positions on issues and candidates in the Roseville, Placer County and Granite Bay communities that are in the best interest of business, economic vitality and growth. The nine-member committee is comprised of individual citizens, business owners and Chamber Board Members. The PAC is a voluntary, non-profit committee and is not affiliated with any political party, other political committee or person.

MEET THE CANDIDATES John Allard and his wife, Lisa, bought their first house in Roseville in 1987, and have been

extremely active and involved in south Placer County since then. John served on the Roseville Planning Commission from February 2001 to October 2003. He was appointed to a vacancy on the Roseville City Council in October 2003, and was then elected to four-year terms in November 2004 and November 2008, before terming out of office in December 2012. John’s focus on City Council was creating a safe, healthy and prosperous community, building the best possible local/regional transportation system, streamlining and reducing the costs of government, enhancing community services, promoting economic vitality, preserving environmental assets and revitalizing the older parts of Roseville.

Bonnie Gore was elected to the Roseville City Council in November 2012. Her focus has been

on economic development, fiscal sustainability, maintaining sound and stable utilities, and public safety. Prior to serving on the council, she was appointed to the Roseville Transportation Commission, the Grants Advisory Commission, the Centennial Committee, and the Roseville Sustainability Committee. She currently represents Roseville on the City’s Law and Regulation Committee, South Placer Wastewater Authority JPA, Highway 65 JPA, University Task Force and the League of California Cities. With over 19 years of local public policy and business experience, Bonnie is a member of the Roseville business community, where she manages government and community relations for Kaiser Permanente in the Greater Sacramento area.

Richard Roccucci is a lifelong resident of Roseville who supports the outstanding city services

and amenities that are available for our senior citizens, our youth, and our families. He has had the privilege of representing the people of Roseville as a Placer County Planning Commissioner, Roseville School Board Trustee, Mayor and City Councilmember. As a Councilmember, Richard will oppose wasteful spending, higher taxes and excessive debt. He strongly believes that protecting the safety of families is the City’s highest priority. Richard obtained his BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and he has attended numerous specialized courses in city government, public schools, and utility planning.

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CHAMBER UPDATES SPLASH is Turning 21!

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oseville’s Biggest Party of the Year is here and the festivities are remarkably special this year because “We’re Finally 21!” Mark your calendars and don’t miss this one-of-a-kind experience on September 10th at 6:30 PM, at the beautiful Roseville Aquatics Complex, 3051 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd.

Secure your early bird tickets by August 31st to get the special rate of $60 per ticket or $99 for a pair! Starting September 1st prices will go up to $80 per ticket! Your all-inclusive ticket entry will give you access to more than 35 signature dishes from the best restaurants and caterers in the area as well as more than 30 beverage vendors bringing in their best handcrafted beers, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic refreshments, all while enjoying great live entertainment! We are bringing two spectacular bands to SPLASH this year, Notorious and Harmonics Steelband! Not only will you be partying and mingling with some amazing people in the community, you will also be supporting a great cause, since a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the City of Roseville Parks & Recreation Department At-Risk Youth Program! Our SPLASH sponsors are guaranteed exclusive V.I.P. entry to the big party starting at 6 PM! Get your sponsorships in early to have your business spotlighted before our 1,100 expected attendees! Come showcase your business and join the fun at Roseville’s Biggest Party of the Year.

We’re Finally 21!

For tickets, sponsorship opportunities, or more information, visit our website at www.RosevilleSplash.com or give us a call at (916) 783-8136.

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Find Local Talent: New Internship Program

our Roseville Area Chamber has been working to strengthen the connections between higher education institutions and the business community. Our goal is to “provide our Business Community with opportunities to connect with Higher Education Institutions in order to attract, develop and keep a strong workforce in the South Placer area.”  We have developed an Internship Opportunities page on our website where our members can submit their opportunities and students can connect with our members at no cost. Kristen Holihan, the Vice President of Community Development, has also been working with higher education to spread the word about our new program. Visit our Internship Opportunities page at www.RosevilleAreaChamber.com. et to G How lved Invo

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Members Students

Post any internship opportunity that your business currently has on our website to find local talent!

Kristen Holihan VP of Community Development

Check our website daily as new opportunities are being added frequently! Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


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Would your family have the money to maintain their current lifestyle? Could your children pursue their college aspirations? Will your final expenses be covered?

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1. Volunteering makes you feel appreciated and needed 2. Volunteering provides an opportunity to give back what has been given to you 3. Volunteers see despair turned to hope when they impact the lives of the less fortunate, the hungry and sick, and the homeless and abandoned 4. Volunteers help where help is needed - in our own community and around the world 5. As a Lion, you will have the opportunity to help others, meet new people and use your talents to make a real impact Please have a Cup o’ Joe with Joe to discuss the opportunities to assist others through the Roseville Host Lion's Club. 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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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS - JUN | JUL 18|8 Fine Men’s Salon 9 Round Kickboxing Aerotek/Aston Carter AFLAC - Heather M. Bergquist Ameriprise Financial Heather Smart Baycentric, LLC Bridges, Faith, Fun and Friendships for Single Adults Buffalo Wild Wings California CareForce Cornerstone Crisis Residential CountryHouse Residence Crown Worldwide Moving & Storage Dauntless Communications Designing Dreams Flooring & Surfaces Eco Living Resources EyeOn Promotions The Fairy Godmother Farm Fresh to You

Farmers Insurance - Patricia Featherstone Fido & Felix Pet Sitting & Dog Walking French Connection Plumbing Friends of NRA Genesis Corp Give Something Back, Inc. Green & Hall, LLP Infinite Design & Marketing Jack’s Urban Eats Jersey Mike’s Subs KW Commercial - Kimberly Morphis Legato Financial LeTip of Placer County Mr. Pickles Northwestern Mutual OMG Free TV OPTAVIA Pacific Union Financial, LLC Paramount Partners GroupThe Carder Team Private Label Casino Party

RE/MAX GOLD - Betsy Fried Reece Insurance Ripple Effect Consulting Riptide Cleaners Roseville Elks Lodge 2248 Roseville Training Center Signal 88 Security of Granite Bay Solar Energy Designs Stanford Mortgage Sunny House Cleaning Services TM & Associates, Inc. Toned Impact - Montique Williams Topgolf Touchstone Crystal By Swarovski Jody Wootton Z Ride

Pinot’s Palette-Rocklin

RE/MAX GOLD - Conrad Myers

First Northern Bank

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RIBBON CUTTINGS- JUN | JUL Buck & Sadie’s

Dutch Bros. Coffee

Downtown Roseville Partnership Great Clips-Panda Center

iFly Indoor Skydiving

PRO DYNAMIC Physical Therapy

Revolutions Naturopathic

iLovekickboxing.com Roseville

SEVA Beauty The Biletnikoff Foundation

Tri Counties Bank

SUPERCUTS Danielle Roe Events

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OUR LOYAL RENEWALS - JUN | JUL 1 YEAR PLUS 1st Place Realty-Kriquette Lyngstad Altered Environments BFBA, LLP BloodSource Granite Bay Burns & Wilcox California State University, Sacramento Campelli’s Pizza Cattlemens Steakhouse Central Holidays West CMG Financial Coldwell Banker-Jeff Anderson Corr Dental Designs, Inc. Curves Destiny Community Center Duran Law Office Earl Consulting, LLC Edwards Collision Studios

5 YEARS PLUS American Legion Post 169 Capitol Legal Investigations Chicago Fire Country Gables Cafe European Wax Center Fountains GM Specialties Heritage Oaks Memorial Chapel

10 YEARS PLUS 1440 Group INC Abundant Life Fellowship Action Properties Allen Communications AlphaGraphics ASYST Data Group Barbieri Commercial Ben Bridge Jewelers Bertinis German Motors of Roseville

20 YEARS PLUS Aba Daba Rentals & Ready Mix Aldo Pineschi Consulting American River Bank Bird & Pet Clinic of Roseville Classic Kennels

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Eikon Mobile Flame & Fire Churrascaria Brazilian Steakhouse Hayashi Technology Solutions, Inc Hybrid Brokers Realty Iron Addiction Jimboy’s Tacos - Douglas Judy’s Blossom Shop /Fleurs du Jour Kevin Kiley-Candidate for State Assembly KFB Public Affairs Kyle’s Good Eats La Huaca Law Offices of Dianna M. Wilke Life Options for Seniors Lions Gate Hotel Meissner, Joseph and Palley, Inc. Melody Executive Center Menchies Frozen Yogurt

Meritage Homes Mission Courier, INC. NextHome Cedar Street Realty Northstar Home nSights Peet’s Coffee & Tea Petersen Law Peterson & Gratham Insurance Brokers Placer County AuditorController Remedy Rx Pharmacy & Compounding RFE Engineering, Inc. Richard F. Jackson Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Roseville Cyclery LLC Roseville Grocery Outlet Roseville Honda Motorsports Rubicon Flooring & Design Sacramento Oral Surgery

SAFTA (Security & Firearms Training Academy) Security Public Storage Sierra Forever Families Placer Kids SKY Financial and Insurance Services, LLC St. Mary’s Coptic Orthodox Church Staples - Stanford Ranch Stratus Building Solutions Subway Sandwich Shop The Glass Guru The Monk’s Cellar The Real Estate Insider Transform Studios LLC Turning Heads Designs Verde Creations Vibes Hair Salon Wilson Personal Training Zafia’s Family House

Jack’s Urban Eats Johnson Ranch Management Joli Nail Spa Juice Plus+ Keller Williams Realty - Rob Wolf & Associates Kniesel’s Auto Service of Roseville Law Offices of Joanna R. Mendoza, PC Make It Happen! Martin Consulting Group

McGee & Thielen Insurance Brokers Minuteman Press Roseville Morgan Creek Golf Club National University Paradise Laundry Prestwood IT Solutions Primerica Financial - Joann Caetano Roseville Youth Soccer Club Rubino’s Ristorante

Servpro of Citrus Heights, Roseville and Carmichael Springhill Suites by Marriott Stone Consulting Group USA Properties Fund Inc.Warren G. Bender Co. Western Health Advantage Westside Christian Church Yamamoto & Lee Family Dentistry

Borges Architectural Group, Inc. Buca di Beppo Burrell Consulting Group, Inc. Colonial Village Apartments Comstock’s Magazine Dr. Richard A. Borghi, O.D., APC ENGEO Incorporated Express Employment Professionals

Fairfield Inn By Marriott First Allied First Citizens Bank First Northern Bank Hilton Garden Inn Roseville Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard Larkspur Landing - Roseville Lord’s Gym LP Consulting Engineers, Inc.

Maidu Village Senior Apts. III Morris Enterprises One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning P.F. Chang’s China Bistro PrimePay Promote Me Randy Peters Catering & Event Planning Roseville Historical Society The Spa Doctor, Inc. Woodcreek Oaks AM/PM

Old Republic Title Co. Phillips Land Law, Inc. Placer SPCA Project GO, Inc. Roseville City SchoolDistrict TRI Commercial Real Estate UCP of Sacramento and Northern California Walmart

30 YEARS PLUS

Fabricare & Heirloom Restoration Farmers Insurance - Gilbert Cohen Insurance Agency Fratcher Auto Body, Inc. Hagans Roofing HDL Design Architecture & Interior Design Lambert Funeral Home - 4916 Nor-Cal Logos

Seale Signs Sierra College

40 YEARS PLUS Neighborly Pest Management, Inc.

Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce


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

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WHAT’S HAPPENING...

PLACES TO BE, PEOPLE TO MEET, THINGS TO DO IN SEPT | OCT

chamber luncheon

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SEPTEMBER SPONSORS

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THURSDAY ROSEVILLE U 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

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FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am

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SATURDAY SPLASH Roseville’s Biggest Party of the Year 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm Roseville Aquatics Complex 3051 Woodcreek Oaks Blvd. TUESDAY IGNITE POWER BREAKFAST 8:00 am - 9:30 am Apple Store, Roseville 1151 Galleria Blvd. 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: Meet the Roseville City Council Candidates Caterer: Capital City Catering & Event Planning Sponsor: Meristem TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am WEDNESDAY STATE OF THE CITY VIP Breakfast | 7:30 am - 8:30 am State of the City Address | 8:30 am Roseville Toyota in the Roseville Automall 700 Automall Drive THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am ** VENUE CHANGE** Sun City Roseville | Timber Creek Ballroom 7050 Del Webb Blvd. Sponsor: Eskaton

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OCTOBER SPONSORS

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

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visit RosevilleAreaChamber.com click on the Events Calendar or call 916.783.8136

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am

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Caterer: Catering by Design

Sponsor: Community 1st Bank

THURSDAY CYBER SECURITY WORKSHOP 7:30 am - 9:30 am Quest 9000 Foothills Blvd. FRIDAY JOINT GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING 7:30 am - 9:00 am Placer County Association of Realtors 270 Technology Way, Ste. 100, Rocklin

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WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Scoreboards Pizza & Grill 9260 Sierra College Blvd., Ste. 600 Featured Non-Profit: Blue Line Arts

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TUESDAY BUSINESS SHOWCASE & MIXER 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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FRIDAY CHAMBER LUNCHEON 11:00 am - 1:00 pm Maidu Community Center 1550 Maidu Dr. Program: Honoring an Outstanding Teacher

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TUESDAY SEMINARS FOR SUCCESS 11:30 am - 1:00 pm WEDNESDAY CHAMBER ORIENTATION MAXIMIZING YOUR MEMBERSHIP 8:30 am - 10:00 am THURSDAY CHAMBER BREAKFAST 7:00 am - 9:00 am Sierra View Country Club 105 Alta Vista Ave. Sponsor: The Promo Agency FRIDAY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 7:30 am - 9:00 am FRIDAY IGNITE POWER LUNCH | INFLUENCE PANEL 11:00 am - 1:30 pm

FRIDAY MEMBERSHIP COMMUNICATION COUNCIL 9:00 am - 10:00 am TUESDAY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 7:30 am - 9:00 am WEDNESDAY IGNITE YOUNG PROFESSIONALS COMMITTEE 8:00 am - 9:00 am

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