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neXus A monthly newsletter from the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce

January 2011

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President’s Perspective Your Chamber—Reaching New Heights in 2011 The recent snow storm, the fifth largest in Twin Cities history, gave us all some enforced personal downtime. Sitting in the house all day, watching the snow and wind, gave me time to reflect on why I so actively sought to join this Chamber. When I run into friends and colleagues and mention that I work for the Chamber, they invariably by Matt Kramer default to “Oh, isn’t that where you have a breakfast meeting and exchange business cards?” For far too many people their perception of the Chamber is one that is many years out-of-date. This may have been 2

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This Chamber is the leader, region wide, fighting for SECONDARY ITC Caslon 224 Book/Ita business advocacy with the public sector. In just the last four months we have posted over 20 statements or letters to PC/WEB FONTS Neue Thin the public sector on issues of importance to ourHelvetica members. Helvetica Light From zoning to transportation, parking meters to fiber optic broadband, this Chamber is an active leader in engaging with our elected officials on behalf of our members. We don’t pretend that we are the only voice of business present in the argument, but we will not take a back seat to any organization in making sure our voices are heard and our issues are responded to.


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That same passion holds true with our events. We strive to bring in local and regional speakers who our members would not otherwise get the opportunity to directly engage with. From Joe Dixon, the Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted Tom Petters, to Marilyn Carlson Nelson, Chairwoman of the Carlson Companies, our speakers inform and challenge our members on issues of business importance. Our members know that attending a Chamber event includes networking opportunities, but as importantly it includes fascinating speakers who broaden our own horizons.

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Your Chamber has no plateau. We are not striving to reach PRIMARY HUMANIST a new level; we are striving each and every day to climb 521 BT the next highest mountain. We can and will get better in SECONDARY ITC Caslon everything we do for our members. Our members give us 224 Book/Ita the passion and energy we need to push ourselves even PC/WEB FONTS harder. It may be ego, and if it wasn’t there I’Helvetica d be a bit Neue Thin Helvetica Light worried, but this is the best chamber in the Twin Cities thanks to our members and our staff ! Thank you and have a wonderful 2011 in your business success.


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Enhancing the Quality of the Student Experience

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The largest private university in Minnesota, St. Thomas is expanding its Saint Paul campus and opening new doors for students. At the core of every educational institution there is passion and a drive for the academic success of its students – the leaders of tomorrow. The University of St. Thomas has been deeply rooted in the Saint Paul community and its students since it was founded in 1885 by Archbishop John Ireland. The institution prides itself in its value-centered, career-oriented curriculum, which today includes bachelor’s degrees in over 85 major fields of study and more than 45 graduate degree programs. Over the past two decades, St. Thomas has added three new campuses – Owatonna, downtown Minneapolis and Rome, Italy. From the mid-1970s to the early 1990s alone enrollment grew from about 2,500 mostly male undergraduate students to more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate women and men. In more recent years, the increased rates of enrollment encouraged the University to expand its Saint Paul campus facilities and replace inadequate structures with the construction of a student center, an athletic and recreation complex, and a parking ramp.

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University representatives involved in the construction development have made a strong effort to incorporate student SPACC FONTS feedback and ideas for the new campus facilities. “Students have been very excited about the University’s construction PRIMARY projects and the expansion has also been a great recruiting HUMANIST 521 BT element,” said Doug Hennes, Vice President of University and SECONDARY Government Relations at St. Thomas. “Freshmen enrollment ITC Caslon 224 Book/Ita has gone up this year, and although we cannot directly link it to the expansion, the new facilities are a positive component.” PC/WEB FONTS Helvetica Neue Thin

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meets on a monthly basis. Additionally, WSNAC has three subcommittees – campus development; housing; and traffic, parking, safety and student relations – which meet monthly. In the midst of ongoing construction projects, St. Thomas has not diverted attention from the most vital component of its existence – the students. Accommodating the ever-increasing student body’s needs is the primary mission of the current projects. “Students seek colleges for many reasons and that certainly includes facility expectations,” said Hennes. “This really does play a part in the decision-making process and we intend to provide all of the appropriate amenities that students look for.” The University of St. Thomas’ visionary outlook and mission to advance the common good is something that will keep brilliant minds walking through its doors time and time again. St. Thomas timeline of recent projects: —Anderson Parking Facility, 715-car ramp, southwest corner of Cretin and Grand avenues: Construction, June 2008-February 2009. $15 million.

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—Anderson Athletic and Recreation Facility, interior of the campus: Construction, June 2009-August 2010. $52 pmsmillion. 410 pms 7508 uncoated

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The architects rendering of the Anderson Athletic Recreation Center (AARC) and Anderson Student Center (ASC) projects, as seen from the southwest. The ASC is in the foreground and the AARC is in the background.


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Crews demolish the old Schoenecker Arena in June 2009.

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For more information on the campus construction, visit the University of St. Thomas website at: http://www.stthomas.edu/

Construction of the new Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex, summer 2009.

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Chamber U: Business Owners’ Guide to Financial Success

Wednesday, January 12 8:00 9:00 a.m.

Chamber of Commerce Center 401 North Robert Street Saint Paul, MN 55101

As a business owner, your occupation, income, lifestyle and personal expectations set your planning needs apart from others. Join us for a presentation by North Star Resource Group where you will learn how you can increase your investment opportunities and protect your future. North Star’s process will provide you with a realistic assessment and recommendations with discussion points including retirement, protection and exit strategies.

Social Reception

Thursday, January 13 5:30 7:30 p.m.

Buca di Beppo 2728 Gannon Road Saint Paul, MN 55116

Come join us on January 13 for a Social Reception at Buca di Beppo! Bonnie Holub of ArcLight and Chair of the 2011 Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce Board, invites you to an informal gathering to network, share in conversation and discuss business issues. Members are invited to bring a guest at the member pricing who may benefit from networking with other Chamber members and learning more about the Chamber!

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Barrio 235 East Sixth Street Saint Paul, MN 55101

Come kick off 2011 with a happy hour at Barrio! Mingle with other young professionals and enjoy appetizer and drink specials. Free to attend, but please register so we can plan for attendance.

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Public Affairs Series featuring Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman

Tuesday, January 25 11:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.

University of St. Thomas MurrayHerrick Campus Center 2115 Summit Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55105

Join the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce on January 25 for lunch with Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman. Hear the latest on the Rebuild Saint Paul projects now underway and other initiatives the Mayor has in mind for 2011. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to voice your opinions about the future of the city and have your questions answered directly by Mayor Coleman!

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Leadership Saint Paul Alumni Social Alumni $10 Non-alumni $25

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Thursday, January 27 5:00 7:00 p.m.

PINZ 7520 32nd Street North Oakdale, MN 55128

Join other LSP Alumni for a fun evening of networking and bowling at PINZ Entertainment Center! LSP Alumni will enjoy the private space of 10 Pin Alley to reconnect with your classmates and meet some of the more than 1,400 alumni of Leadership Saint Paul, your Chamber’s flagship program. This is the first of four quarterly alumni gatherings planned for 2011. Mark your calendars to join us April 20 at Summit Brewing Company, August 4 in Lowertown for Music in Mears Park, and October 27 for the Class of 2011 Graduation and Alumni Homecoming. LSP Alumni Association members will enjoy discounted admission to all four of these events. Why an Alumni Association for LSP? The lasting value of your LSP experience is enhanced awareness and understanding of important community issues, trends and events. LSP also connects you to other leaders committed to improving the quality of life in our community and opportunities for its residents. These benefits shouldn’t end when you complete the program!

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CBS Award Your Chamber and Moore, Costello & Hart partnered in early 2005 to create a tradition called Celebrate Business Success. This award honors those who provide leading examples of how mermbers of the business community contribute to a shared vision of economic success throughout the Saint Paul/East Metro area.

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Wipfli, LLP – 8665 Hudson Boulevard North, Suite 200, Saint Paul, MN 55042-8702

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People, Awards and Company Notes Saint Paul-based Bethesda Hospital named Lia Christiansen its operations executive.

Felhaber, Larson, Fenlon & Vogt attorney Jon Hopeman earned the certification of MSBA board criminal law specialist and attorney Penelope Phillips earned the certification of labor and employment specialist by MSBA. Beehive PR, Saint Paul, hired Lindsey Kerr as an account supervisor. HealthEast Care System, Saint Paul, received two Medica “Raising the Bar” innovation awards for its Care Navigation Strategy. Mortenson Construction, Minneapolis, was selected to

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build the West Haymarket Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. Bremer Bank, Saint Paul, hired Tim Mortenson to lead its Plymouth branch.

Ellerbe Becket Inc., Minneapolis, hired Stephen Todhunter as a mechanical engineering project leader. Leonard, Street and Deinard, Minneapolis, hired Renee Mueller Steinle as a shareholder in its labor and employment law practice. Christine Peterson of Eagan-based ProAct Inc. received the outstanding older worker award from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development.

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PINZ, Oakdale, has been named “Best New Center” by Bowler’s Journal.


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ArcLight Technology Consulting Consultant ‑ Technology Ms. Bonnie Holub 9 Salem Lane Saint Paul, MN 55118

IV Desk Mr. Bill Sorenson 1509 Marshall Street Northeast, Suite 300 Minneapolis, MN 55413 www.ivdesk.com

CM Architecture Architects, Architectural Services Mr. Patrick Blees 219 North Second Street, Suite 301 Minneapolis, MN 55401 www.cmarch.com

J & J Distributing Co Wholesale Produce & Processor Mr. Kevin Hannigan 653 Rice Street Saint Paul, MN 55103 www.jjdst.com

Home Service Plus, an offering of CenterPoint Energy Contractors‑Heating & Air Conditioning Mr. Joe Vortherms 800 LaSalle Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55402 www.HSPtoday.com

Kanabec Hospital Hospitals Ms. Dawn Plested 301 South Highway 65 Mora, MN 55051 www. kanabechospital.org

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Larkin, Hoffman, Daly & Lindgren, LTD PRIMARY Mr. Michael Schley 1500 Wells Fargo Plaza HUMANIST 521 BT 7900 Xerxes Avenue South Bloomington, MN 55431 SECONDARY www.larkinhoffman.com ITC Caslon 224 Book/Ita Pioneer SecureShred Ms. Stacy Klee 155 Irving Avenue North Minneapolis, MN 55405 www.pioneerintl.com

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Produce Exchange Grocers Mr. Kevin Hannigan 920 East Lake Street, Suite 131 Minneapolis, MN 55407 www.midtownproduceexchange.com


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REMAX ‑ Chad Heer Real Estate‑Commercial & Investment Mr. Chad Heer 1755 Scheffer Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55116 www.heerrealestate.com

Wal‑Mart ‑ Vadnais Heights Retail Mr. Michael Sheldahl 850 East County Road E Vadnais Heights, MN 55127 www.walmart.com

School Space Media Advertising Specialties Mr. Brian Nicholson 245 Roselawn Avenue East, Suite 23 Saint Paul, MN 55117 www.schoolspacemedia.com

Wal‑Mart ‑ West Saint Paul Retail Mr. Levi Robinson 1644 Robert Street South West Saint Paul, MN 55118 www.walmart.com

St. Paul Cheese Shop Restaurants Mr. Rick Anderson 1573 Grand Avenue Saint Paul, MN 55105 www.stpaulcheeseshop.com

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Purchase Ad Space Place your product or service in front of motivated business professionals by advertising in the Chamber’s monthly e-newsletter, Nexus (formerly The Advocate). Our readers share your commitment to the economic vitality of the Saint Paul/East Metro area. When you do business with other Chamber members, you help to maintain our area as a great place to live, work and do business.

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Who you’re reaching: • Over 8,000 business readers each month • Decision makers – 52% are business owners • Small to mid-sized businesses - 81% of companies having <100 employees • Internet users - 91% of Chamber members prefer to receive information online

For rate information and to purchase ad space, contact: Kelsey Siqveland 651.265.2791 kelsey@saintpaulchamber.com

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Nexus is a monthly publication for the members of the Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce. The objective of Nexus is to inform and educate members of news and events in the Chamber and the Saint Paul/East Metro

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2011 Executive Committee

2011 Board of Directors

Bonnie Holub Chair of the Board ArcLight Technology Consulting

Guy Gilmore Saint Paul Pioneer Press

Mark Bagley U.S. Bank

Mike Logan Target Corporation

Steve Snelling Sand Companies

Sherry Hastings Frauenshuh Companies

Kari Canfield Midway Chamber of Commerce

Tammy Mencel Minneapolis/Saint Paul Business Journal

Mark Stutrud Summit Brewing Company

Bill Kaphing Xcel Energy Inc.

Angela Craig Saint Jude Medical, Inc.

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Chris Georgacas Goff & Howard

Susan Kratz Immediate Past Chair Moore, Costello & Hart, P.L.L.P.

SPACC GRAPHIC STANDARDS GUIDE Vince Montgomery Matt Kramer Secretary Paul Area Chamber MAINSaint APPLICATION of Commerce

Dan Scott Leonard, Street & 2C logo: PMS 410 & PMS 7508 Deinard David Rom Finance & Audit Kris Taylor Platinum Bank Ecolab Scott Burns GovDelivery

Robin Torgerson 3M

Sara Criger HealthEast – St. Joseph’s Hospital

Susan Wenz KSTC – Channel 45

Bill Foussard White Bear Country Inn

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Morris Goodwin Amherst H. Wilder Foundation

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Doug Hennes University of St. Thomas Bill Kavanaugh Securian Financial Group, Inc. Craig Leipold Minnesota Wild Bill Lentsch Delta Airlines, Inc.

Jaci Meyer, Agent State Farm Insurance – Jaci Meyer Al Paulson Marketplace Productions, LLC Susan Rani Rani Engineering Joe Richburg Keystone Computer Solutions Tony Schwartz CORMARQ Stuart Simek Meridian Management, Inc.

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© Copyright 2011 Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce. All rights reserved. Chamber of Commerce Center, 401 North Robert Street Suite 150, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55101 Phone: 651.223.5000 Fax: 651.223.5119

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Tomi Ryba United Hospital Craig Taylor University of Minnesota Beverly Turner Travelers


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