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L E A D | IN F LUENCE | IMPACT Chamber Core Function



IN THIS ISSUE 4Business Blast Exhibitor Section 4Economic Outlook Breakfast Nov. 14 4Industry Focus: Business Services and Technology

October 2019 | Volume IV | No. 5



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Elected Officials Reception Wrap-Up


Leadership Springfield Class of 2020


Energy Co-op Can Save on Utility Costs


Board Members Elected For 2020


ON THE COVER 16 Leadership Springfield

Message From The CEO

8-10 Business Blast Exhibitor Section 17

Economic Outlook Breakfast

Karl Barnhart, Chief Marketing Officer of Brandt Consolidated, Inc., presents on the impact of agriculture on our regional economy at one of this fall’s Leadership Springfield programs.


Ribbon Cuttings


Welcome to our New Members



Five Signs Your Website is a Zombie

14-15 Member Listings

Correction from August Update

The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce 501 E. Capitol Ave., Suite A | Springfield, Illinois 62701 217.525.1173 | www.gscc.org UPDATE (USPS 0703 630) is published six times a year by The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, 501 E. Capitol Ave., Suite A, Springfield, IL 62701. Periodical postage paid at Springfield, IL. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to UPDATE, 501 E. Capitol Ave., Suite A, Springfield, IL 62701.


The following was omitted from the Industry Listings in our August issue. We apologize for this error.

Meat - Retail or Wholesale Y-T Packing




This year’s Business Blast, a members only mini-business expo, taking place October 29, from 4 – 7 pm, at Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center, will provide opportunities for building relationships with businesses and organizations coming together under one roof to show off their goods and services. While this year’s business expo has a techfocus, businesses of all shapes, sizes, and industries will be present.

Chris Hembrough President and CEO Life experience tells me nearly everything of great value that takes place in our lives is based on relationships. Relationships really do matter…and they are the source of business development, growth, and success. In our technology filled world, which serves us well, especially when it comes to information and efficiencies, we often miss the opportunities for new face-to-face connections and relationships. One of the core functions of The Chamber is to provide members with opportunities for Increased Visibility and To Make Personal Connections That Matter. Creating new connections is crucial to any organization, big or small. Why struggle with phone calls or emails when you can join us at Business Blast, the place where face-to-face conversations are the norm and where businesses and individuals make those strategic connections?

Nearly every business uses some form of technology, and The Chamber is providing members with an opportunity to showcase ways their business utilizes it. Therefore, in addition to individual booths on the show floor, we will have several technology demonstrations. Premier Sponsors CDS Office Technologies and Levi, Ray & Shoup will provide demonstrations. CDS Office Technologies will provide a presentation on the latest regarding Ransomware and Cybersecurity, while Levi, Ray & Shoup will be demonstrating the Aware App for mobile devices. LRS worked with Rasha Said and her newly formed company Sensible Innovations to design and develop an iOS app to be an electronic guide for the visually impaired. Chamber member exhibitors have also been asked to submit a brief description of their proposed

demonstrations and several will be given the opportunity to do so. In closing, I’d like to extend my thanks to our generous Business Blast Premier Sponsors, CDS Office Technologies and Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. Our Venue and Food Sponsor, Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center will be providing a Performance Taco Station, Hot Hors d’oeuvres Station, and a Dessert Table. I hope you will make Business Blast 2019 a priority! Don’t miss your opportunity to catch up with old friends and make some new ones, all while taking in the latest available technologies our businesses have to offer. As always, we are grateful for our partnership and the privilege to serve you and your business. Thank you for your investment in membership, the work of The Chamber, and the community at-large.

Chamber Four Core Functions Advocacy

As the voice of business, we support legislative policies and practices conducive for a thriving business community and local economy, and oppose those that are not.

Business Resources & Support

We connect local businesses to resources that reduce barriers to growth and expansion.

Leadership & Professional Development

We offer opportunities for professional growth and leadership development to members and their employees.

Visibility & Connections That Matter

We provide marketing, programming and relationship-building opportunities to help members grow their businesses.





2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Executive Committee Jennifer Gill............................................ Chair Springfield Public School District 186 Roger Austin...................................Chair-Elect Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. Hon. Raylene Grischow................1st Vice Chair Circuit Court Judge Lori Milosevich.................Secretary/Treasurer Estes, Bridgewater & Ogden

Leadership Level

HSHS Medical Group Foundation Level

Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc.

Jim Britton.....................Immediate Past Chair Express Employment Professionals

At-Large Directors Jennifer Boyer........................Springfield Clinic, LLP Tyler Cormeny................................... O’Shea Builders Dr. Ruby Davis.......................Ruby Funeral Services & Chapel, Inc.

Premier Level

Mark Donovan.......................... Illinois National Bank

U.S. Bank

Michelle Eccles........ The Horace Mann Companies Anna Evans.........................Memorial Health System

Catalyst Level

Bank of Springfield Express Employment Professionals PNC Bank

Dr. Susan J. Koch.......................University of Illinois Springfield Mike Murphy ............... Illinois State Representative 99th District Brady Smith..................Zara’s Collision Center, Inc.

Executive Level

Adam Solomon.........................Solomon Colors, Inc.

Bunn-O-Matic Corporation Carrollton Bank CEFCU Security Bank, s.b. Warren-Boynton State Bank

John Staff.............................................Staff Carpet

Tiered Investors receive recognition and enhanced benefits for an additional investment. To learn more, contact Chris Hembrough at (217) 525-1173 x205 or chembrough@gscc.org.

Appointed Members Mylas Copeland.....................................Green Toyota Volkswagen Audi Sara Wojcicki Jimenez ..........HSHS Central Illinois Division

GSCC STAFF Chris Hembrough................... ...President and CEO Lisa Schafer................Vice President - Operations David Earhart..................Vice President - Member Services

Chamber Mission: Enhance our members’ success and advocate on their behalf. ALWAYS BUY CHAMBER

Bri Coons.....................................Director of Events Teri Hill........................Advertising Representative Tom Owen...................Membership Representative Heather Woomer..........................Events Assistant




151st Annual Gala February 7, 2020 6:00 p.m. Cocktails 7:00 p.m. Dinner 7:45 p.m. Program 8:30 p.m. Networking

Crowne Plaza Springfield Convention Center 3000 S. Dirksen Parkway Springfield, IL

Presenting Sponsor

John Maxwell Live2Lead February 27, 2020 8:30 a.m. Dove Conference Center 619 E. Mason St. Springfield, IL

Presenting Sponsor


Thank you to those who attended the 4th Annual Elected Officials Reception on September 12, presented by Fehr Graham. There was a great turnout with over 140 members and elected officials in attendance. This informal reception gave members the unique networking opportunity to interact face-to-face with individuals who have been elected to serve our community. TheCHAMBERUPDATE |


RIBBON CUTTINGS BURGER KING 2901 South Grand Ave., East (217) 241-1099

CAPITOL RADIO GROUP 3501 E. Sangamon Ave. (217) 753-5400

HOPE VOCATIONAL ACADEMY 6444 S. Sixth St. Road (217) 789-1424

KINDRED HOSPICE 2815 Old Jacksonville Road, Suite 202 (217) 525-6200

160 DRIVING ACADEMY 2935 Clear Lake Ave., Suite 2B (217) 572-1881

SPRINGFIELD BEER COMPANY 3788 W. Wabash Ave. (217) 441-2780


Welcome To Our New Members July and August 2019 160 Driving Academy Autism Home Support Services Bacon Farmer Workman Engineering and Testing, Inc. Bickford Senior Living CarMax CEFCU (McQuire) CEFCU (Taylor) Community, Walgreens Pharmacy DMH Salon & Boutique J. Garth ‘’Butch’’ Elzea, III Escape Springfield Farmers Insurance District Office Hickory Point Bank (Krell) Hickory Point Bank (Schultz) i3 Broadband Illinois Commerce Commission - Denysha Crawford Kerber, Eck & Braeckel LLP (Kienzler) Midwest Dental Springfield Northwestern Mutual (Conklin) Northwestern Mutual (Cook) Production Press, Inc. Schwan’s Home Service Sentinel Insect Control Laboratory Springfield Beer Company Steve Ray Plumbing Service, Inc. Touchstone Crystal by Swarovski Warren-Boynton State Bank (Flanigan) Warren-Boynton State Bank (Hermes) Warren-Boynton State Bank (Lubrant) Warren-Boynton State Bank (Pfeffer) Watts Copy Systems, Inc.



Premier Sponsors

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center 3280 Northfield Drive $5 admission fee This mini business expo will showcase ways Chamber member businesses


utilize technology. Several fifteen-minute demonstrations will be shown special “Performance Taco Station” will be provided by Venue Sponsor

Exhibit Floor Open 4 - 7 p.m.

Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center, Adult beverages will also be available. For more information, go to www.gscc.org/events.

Show Floor Demonstrations 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

periodically on the show floor. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a

Business After Hours 4 - 7 p.m.
















Springfield Chamber of Commerce BUSINESS BLAST 2019




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Show Floor





AmeriCall Communications Company, Inc............ 208

Save Around.......................................................... 210

CDS Office Technologies....................................... 203

SCORE.................................................................. 201

Central Illinois Community Blood Center............... 205

SEA Group............................................................ 112

Central Illinois Security, Inc................................... 207

Stratus Networks, Inc............................................ 200

Dale Carnegie Training of Greater Illinois, Inc....... 211

ZG Worldwide........................................................ 103

Hallelujah Holiday Lighting.................................... 106 i3 Broadband......................................................... 209 iMechanic.............................................................. 204 Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc.......................................... 206 Lincoln Land Community College......................... 110 MASCO Packaging & Industrial Supply................ 113 Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center...107-109

Commercial & Residential

Office Essentials.................................................... 101 Republic Services.................................................. 102 Ryan Electrical Solutions....................................... 202



Enhancing the

Springfield Experience Jackson Street Corridor, Illinois REALTORS Bicentennial Plaza, Illinois Governor’s Mansion CMT played a vital role in three Illinois Bicentennial projects with one common goal: revitalize, connect, and enhance downtown Springfield. learn more:




BUSINESS BLAST EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY Americall Communications Company, Inc. Sara Linn 447 N. Walnut St. Springfield, IL 62702 (217) 522-2255 slinn@americallinc.com www.americallinc.com

Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. Shannon Heisler 2401 W. Monroe St. Springfield, IL 62704 (217) 793-3800 shannon.heisler@lrs.com www.lrs.com

Ryan Electrical Solutions Ann Ryan 4151 W. Jefferson St. Springfield, IL 62707 (217) 698-4877 ann@ryanelectricalsolutions.com www.ryanelectricalsolutions.com

CDS Office Technologies Mark Watson 612 S. Dirksen Pkwy. Springfield, IL 62703 (217) 528-8936 mwatson@cdsofficetech.com www.cdsofficetech.com

Lincoln Land Community College Mac Warren 5250 Shepherd Road, P.O. Box 19256 Springfield, IL 62794 (217) 786-2227 mac.warren@llcc.edu www.llcc.edu

Save Around Janine Drew P.O. Box 13403 Springfield, IL 62791 (217) 331-8963 janine@savearound.com https://savearound.com

Central Illinois Community Blood Center Jim Watts 2801 S. 10th St. Springfield, IL 62703-2419 (217) 241-7546 jwatts@mrvbc.org http://www.cicbc.org

MASCO Packaging & Industrial Supply, Inc. Jeff Dillman 290 North St. Springfield, IL 62704 (217) 744-0339 jeff@mascopac.com www.mascopackaging.com

SCORE Becky Hamilton 3330 Ginger Creek Dr., Ste. B East Springfield, IL 62711 (217) 433-0961 becky.hamilton@scorevolunteer.org www.decatur.score.org/ springfieldbranch

Central Illinois Security, Inc. Sharon Wilson 2451 W. Monroe St. Springfield, IL 62704 (217) 787-4970 sharon.wilson@lrs.com www.centralillinoissecurity.com

Northfield Inn, Suites & Conference Center Pamela Risinger 3280 Northfield Drive Springfield, IL 62702 (217) 492-5552 pam@northfieldinn.com www.northfieldinn.com

SEA Group, Inc. Joe Marchizza 3901 Pintail Drive, Suite A Springfield, IL 62711 (217) 523-1717 jmarchizza@seagrp.com http://www.seagrp.com

Dale Carnegie Training of Greater Illinois, Inc. Susan Wise 7820 N. University St., Suite 102A Peoria, IL 61614 (309) 691-6808 susan.wise@dalecarnegie.com www.greateril.dalecarnegie.com

Office Essentials Ayrin Hintz 4765 Industrial Drive Springfield, IL 62703 (217) 622-4491 ahintz@offess.com www.offess.com

Stratus Networks, Inc. Maggie Gullo 4700 N. Prospect Road, Suite B Peoria Heights, IL 61616 (217) 793-2559 mgullo@stratusnet.com www.stratusnet.com

Hallelujah Holiday Lighting Daren & Lisa Bohannan 1009 Zepher Dr. Athens, IL 62613 (217) 636-3003 4holidaylights@gmail.com https://www.hallelujahholiday.com

Republic Services Mark Starr 2980 Granger Drive Springfield, IL 62707 (217) 522-7797 mstarr@republicservices.com www.republicservices.com

i3 Broadband Demeion Collins 602 High Point Lane East Peoria, IL 61611 (309) 670-0500 demeion.collins@i3broadband.net http://www.i3broadband.com iMechanic John Keating 1736 Wabash Ave. Springfield, IL 62704 (217) 679-0617 j.keating@imechanic.com www.imechanic.com




ZG Worldwide Lothar Soliwon 2150 Illini Road Springfield, IL 62704 (217) 691-0554 lothar@zgworldwide.com www.zgworldwide.com

LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED Phone Systems Security Systems Structured Cabling Managed Services Hosted Solutions Commercial WiFi SIP Trunks

A new location for Springfield families As a parent, you want to choose a health Thursday, September 12, 2019 care provider who has the resources and Illinois REALTORS expertise to care for your child. OSF 522 S. Fifth St.217-522-2255 • www.AmeriCALLinc.com 447 North Walnut Street • Springfield, IL 62702 5-7:00 p.m. HealthCare Children’s Hospital of Illinois in Peoria is the only full service children’s hospital in Illinois outside of Chicago. With more than 140 pediatric specialists, OSF Children’s Hospital delivers the highest level of care available. Our inpatient and outpatient services treat nearly all childhood illnesses, even the most complex. The expert care at OSF Children’s Hospital is also available in Springfield. At our new location at 2524 Farragut Drive, we offer outpatient appointments as well as pre- and post-operative care in these specialties: • General pediatric surgery • Pediatric cardiology • Pediatric neurology • Pediatric neurosurgery


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These LEADING LAWYERS have been recommended by their peers to be among the TOP LAWYERS in Illinois. Matthew J. Cate Randy S. Paswater Bernard G. Segatto III Randall W. Segatto R. Kurt Wilke Barry Hines Michael Glenn Barton Mark S. Cochran Andrew G. White Claire A. Manning Amy K. Schmidt Robert A. Stuart Jr. Bruce S. Bonczyk Sarah Delano Pavlik Thomas Chester Pavlik Jr. J. Randall Cox Carl R. Draper Howard W. Feldman Kelli Ellen Gordon Stanley N. Wasser James R. Enlow Gordon W. Gates Todd M. Goebel Frederick J. Schlosser Bradley B. Wilson D. Peter Wise Herman G. Bodewes Creighton R. Castle David A. Herman R. Mark Mifflin Christopher E. Sherer John L. Swartz Thomas G. Hamill N. LaDonna Driver Lance T. Jones Stephen R. Kaufmann Jennifer M. Martin Thomas H. Wilson Adrian E. Harless Michael T. Kokal John O. Langfelder Deanna Seward Mool Theresa M. Powell Gary S. Schwab Daniel R. Simmons Edward R. Gower William P. Hardy James M. Lestikow Michael D. Morehead Russell L. Reed J. William Roberts Charles R. Schmadeke Robert E. Wagner Larry A. Apfelbaum Todd A. Bresney Jeffrey I. Cisco Charles N. Edmiston II William J. Harrington John J. Waldman

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These EMERGING LAWYERS have been identified by their peers to be among the TOP LAWYERS in Illinois who are age 40 or younger OR who have been admitted to the practice of law for 10 or fewer years. Brittany Kink Toigo Ashley D. Davis Jason E. Brokaw John M. Gabala Jr. Matthew R. Trapp Michael P. Murphy Abby L. Sgro J. Tyler Robinson Esther J. Seitz Jonathan T. Nessler Jason T.H. Germeraad Pamela E. Hart Benjamin M. Sgro Joshua J. Watson

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In today’s online environment, your business website is the cornerstone of your marketing plan. It’s how your customers meet you and decide whether to trust you. Studies show that 89% of people search online before making a purchase. As a busy business professional, you may not be aware that your company’s website is actually a zombie – a set of walking-dead pages that may seem to you as healthy as the day they were born. Nothing can scare away your customers like an outdated website. Not sure if your website is alive or dead? Here are five signs that your website is a monster:


1. Your Website Design is as Fresh as the Rotting Flesh of the Undead. The average lifespan of a website is less than 3 years, according to Orbit Media. What does an outdated design look like? If your site still uses Flash player, clipart, or frames, it’s time to bring it back to life. Today’s best web designs use authentic photos, easy-to-read type, clean, grid layouts and engaging illustrations. Dynamic design, beautiful photography, engaging videos, and shareable infographics will keep visitors hanging around your site and wanting more. Review your site for outdated design elements. These may be especially noticeable when you view the site on your smartphone. Talk to your web developer about solutions for the site, even if it’s just adding a few new pictures, eliminating colored fonts, and consolidating mega-menus. 2. The Website is as Friendly to Mobile Devices as Zombies are to Machetes. While desktop isn’t dead, mobile devices are everywhere, casting a zombie-like spell over people who hunch over their phones day and night. According to statista.com, more than 50% of global web traffic originates from a mobile device. If your site doesn’t translate well on a smartphone or a tablet, it may scare your customers away. Check out Google’s mobile-friendly tester: https://search.google.com/test/mobile-friendly. 3. Your Site is Slower Than Authorities Responding to a Zombie Attack. We’ve all been frustrated waiting for websites to load. How long would you wait? A report from Kissmetrics showed that 40 percent of visitors won’t wait more than 3 seconds for a site to load. If you don’t want your website to be as deserted as a graveyard on Halloween, check your site speed using Google’s Page Speed Insights. (https://developers.google.com/speed/ pagespeed/insights/). You may be able to downsize your photos or do other maintenance to buy some time in between website redesigns. 4. The Content was Last Updated When “The Walking Dead” Premiered. Content is king. Your customers visit your website expecting current, valuable information that answers their questions and solves their problems. Dig into your website and review content for any outdated services, events, defunct programs or departed employees. Think like your customer. Is the content easy to read, free of jargon and acronyms? Does it reflect your current services and your value proposition? Does it include your targeted keywords and address your customer’s pain points? Is it targeted to your customer or is it straight from your company’s brochure? Ask your company’s writers to take a stab at revising content or hire a local freelancer. Online marketing vendors like SEM Rush offer writing assistants to check for readability. 5. Updating the Website Turns Your Brains into Breakfast for Zombies. Updating your website needs to be on your weekly, or even daily, to-do list. But if you need a coding degree to use the software, you’re probably more willing to kiss a corpse than manage website content. Ask the people who maintain your site how comfortable or frustrated they are using the website software, which nowadays is called a “content management system (CMS).” Research easy-to-use CMS platforms from established companies that provide a helpdesk team. It’ll make website updates a much less frightening task. Submitted by Levi, Ray & Shoup

Business Brokerage

Advertising - Internet hibu

ZG Worldwide: IT & Subject Matter Experts - Business Consultants

Advertising Agencies & Counselors

Business Consulting Services

ContentWorks LLC HIP Advertising Liberated Productions McDaniels Marketing

Cstar Business Consulting, LLC Dimensional Growth LLC KC Community Consultants Kerber, Eck & Braeckel LLP Manpower Marjorie Communications ZG Worldwide: IT & Subject Matter Experts - Business Consultants

Advertising Specialties

Branstiter Printing & Ad Specialties Gorham’s, Inc.

Audio-Visual - Sales, Service or Rental Premiere Audio Visual Inc. Ryan Electrical Solutions Ryan Electrical Solutions (Ann Ryan)

Awards, Plaques & Trophies KnR Tomahawk Awards MD Designs, Inc.

CEFCU CEFCU (McQuire) CSC Illinois workNet Center Innovate Springfield PNC Bank

Collection Agencies

Pro Com Services of Illinois, Inc.

Background Screenings

Identi-Check, Inc. Midwest DNA & Drug Testing, Inc.

Communications Systems - Sales & Service

Binding & Printing Services

Computers - Equipment Dealers

Wireless U.S.A.

R & R Bindery Service, Inc.

Binding, Laminating, Paper Shredding Equipment & Supplies MyBinding.com


Business Services



CDS Office Technologies King Technology, Inc. Micropower Computer Systems


BUSINESS SERVICES & TECHNOLOGY Computers - Network Cabling

AmeriCall Communications Company, Inc. CDS Office Technologies Heart Technologies, Inc. SEA Group, Inc. Thirdwave Data/Comm, Inc.

Computers - Network Services

CDS Office Technologies GFI Digital Hanson Information Systems, Inc./Family Net Heart Technologies, Inc. King Technology, Inc.

Computers - Sales, Service or Recycling BLH Computers CDS Office Technologies Office Depot

Computers - Software & Services CDS Office Technologies King Technology, Inc. MCS

Computers - Training Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc.

Consultants - Information Technology CDS Office Technologies Comcast Business / xfinity Retail Kerber, Eck & Braeckel LLP King Technology, Inc. Lead IT Corporation Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. Marucco, Stoddard, Ferenbach & Walsh, Inc. MCS SEA Group, Inc. Sensible Innovations Sikich Technology

Consultants - Social Media ContentWorks LLC

Conventions - Information

Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau

Conventions - Services Best Expo, Inc. The BOS Center JnR Mehan Expo Decor

Corporate Apparel/Screen Printing Martin One Source New Image Designs Oceans Apparel

Drug Testing

Identi-Check, Inc. Midwest DNA & Drug Testing, Inc.

Express Employment Professionals Kelly Services, Inc. Land of Lincoln Goodwill Industries, Inc.

O’Connor Mailing Service, Inc. Premier Print Group Production Press, Inc.

Facility Planners

Printing Supplies



FWAI Architects Inc. FIRM

Fire & Safety Equipment - Sales & Services A.E.C. Fire - Safety & Security, Inc. Getz Fire Equipment Company

Internet Service Providers

Security Equipment

AmeriCall Communications Company, Inc. SEA Group, Inc.

Mailing Services

Security Guard & Patrol Service

Modern Mailing & Printing, LLC O’Connor Mailing Service, Inc. Quicksilver Mailing Services


Capitol Radio Group Central Illinois Marketing Constant Contact DCC Marketing McDaniels Marketing

Mobile Apps

Bee Chosen Marketing + Mobile Apps

Mobile Communications Wireless U.S.A.

Motivational Services

Dream Big With Sherri Leopold

Office Equipment

AGT Business Solutions CDS Office Technologies GFI Digital Office Depot RK Dixon Watts Copy Systems, Inc.

Office Furniture

Illini Supply, Inc. Lincoln Office, LLC Office Depot Wiley Office Furniture

Office Rentals

Office Services, LLC

Employee Assistance Programs

Payroll Services

BPC Benefits Planning Consultants Quorum Consulting Group

Employment - Temporary Help Alice Campbell Staffing Express Employment Professionals Manpower

Employment / Staffing - IT Services Express Employment Professionals Lead IT Corporation

Employment Agencies & Services Alice Campbell Staffing


Modern Mailing & Printing, LLC O’Connor Mailing Service, Inc.

Electronics Recycling

Employee Benefits

Records Management & Storage

Bekins Van Lines/Springfield Van and Storage Co. Hillier Records Management Company Shred-It

Mailing List Compilation Services

Paper - Wholesalers & Distributors

Memorial Behavioral Health - Counseling Associates

BIGG Success

Residential and Business Relocation - Right of Way

Office Supplies

Republic Services

Laser Innovations, Inc.

Comcast Business / xfinity Retail Hanson Information Systems, Inc./Family Net

Drug-Free Workplace - Policies & Procedures Midwest DNA & Drug Testing, Inc. Mid-West Truckers Association, Inc.

For more information about these members, please visit our Business Directory at www.gscc. org. Questions about your listing, please contact Teri Hill at (217) 525-1173 x208 or at thill@gscc.org.

Office Depot Office Essentials

MASCO Packaging & Industrial Supply, Inc. PFA Tax and Accounting Professionals

Printer Toner and Cartridges Laser Innovations, Inc.

Printers - Sales or Service GFI Digital Laser Innovations, Inc.

Printing & Mailing - Commercial Modern Mailing & Printing, LLC O’Connor Mailing Service, Inc.

Printing Services

Color World of Printing Frye-Williamson Press, Inc. Martin One Source Modern Mailing & Printing, LLC


Securitas Security Services USA, Inc.

Security Systems & Monitoring Central Illinois Security, Inc. Heart Technologies, Inc. Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. Young’s Security Systems, Inc.

Shredding - Paper / Products Affordable Shred and Storage Shred-It


Ace Sign Co. Bendsen Signs and Graphics, Inc. Central Illinois Sign Co. I.D. Signs

Small Business Assistance, Information & Advocacy Illinois Small Business Development Center at LLCC SCORE U.S. Small Business Administration

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AGT Business Solutions AmeriCall Communications Company, Inc. AT&T Comcast Business / xfinity Retail Consolidated Communications Heart Technologies, Inc. i3 Broadband Illinois Telecommunications Access Corporation Stratus Networks, Inc. Thirdwave Data/Comm, Inc. Vertical Communications

Telephone - Answering Services A & A Telemessaging

Telephone Equipment & Systems - Dealers AmeriCall Communications Company, Inc. Heart Technologies, Inc. Thirdwave Data/Comm, Inc.

Telephones - Cellular AT&T

Website Services

Bee Chosen Marketing + Mobile Apps Energized Graphics e-websmart.com GoWeb1 Hanson Information Systems, Inc./Family Net hibu King Technology, Inc. Levi, Ray & Shoup, Inc. LRS Web Solutions MCS


LEADERSHIP SPRINGFIELD CLASS OF 2020 Leadership Springfield, a program of The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, recently began its 34th annual class. Leadership Springfield exists to assist with the development of current and future leaders for area businesses, organizations, and the community at-large. It is our goal to strengthen our community one leader at a time. Upon completion of the program, participants will be recognized and honored during our Annual Gala on February 7, 2020. Over 14 weeks this fall, participants will learn about various personality types, leadership styles and roles, leadership choices, strategic planning and team building. They will also enhance their leadership capabilities by learning from some of our community’s best leaders and developing a deeper awareness of our community in the areas of Tourism; Health Care; Education; State Government; Emergency Management and Homeland Security; Local Government, and Technology and Innovation. Outside of regular program sessions, participants will also be challenged to exercise creativity and problem-solving skills by working as teams on projects for the benefit of area not-for-profit organizations. Leadership Springfield may be more relevant today than any other time in the program’s history. When you consider our ever-changing culture, ongoing technological advances and the need for leaders to guide organizations while connecting the right people to the right priorities – great leadership is essential. We need leaders who, for decades to come, will understand how to bring people together to solve problems and not just talk about them. And, maybe most of all, we need leaders who want to and will do the right thing, even in the face of opposition. Information about this year’s class and Leadership Springfield in general can be found on the Chamber’s website.

Leadership Springfield Class of 2020 Front row, left to right: Courtney McGill, CEFCU; Lindsay Van Zele, INB; Shawn Gibbs, Hanson Professional Services, Inc.; Joey Morris, City of Springfield; Erica Austin, SIU School of Medicine; Jen Kusak, HSHS Medical Group; Shannon Piazza, The Horace Mann Companies; Melisa Galloway, Inn at 835; Kyla Kruse, Lincoln Land Community College; Tracy Celletti, Springfield Public School District 186. Second row, left to right: Matthew Maslowski, U.S. Bank; Corey Wilson, Sikich LLP; Rodney Riech, Brandt Consolidated, Inc.; Derek Hensley, State Farm Insurance; Craig McFarland, University of Illinois Springfield; Leah Farraher, CEFCU; Zach Reed, First Bankers Trust Company; Andre Curtis, Town and Country Bank; Fred Weber, Little Flower Catholic School; Matthew Overbey, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.; Adam Perschbacher, Hanson Professional Services, Inc. Third row, left to right: Robert Ellison, Memorial Health System; David Crumly, Troxell Financial; Dakota Greer, Kerber, Eck & Braeckel LLP; Brett Jackson, Bank of Springfield; Patrick Moore, Lincoln Land Community College; Zackery Fox, Solomon Colors, Inc.; Connor Lohse, Bunn-O-Matic Corporation; Andrew Olson, Town and Country Bank. Not pictured: Jennifer Bosaw, Heartland Credit Union; William Lunt, RSM US LLP; John Sawyer, Fehr Graham.




ECONOMIC OUTLOOK BREAKFAST JAMES GLASSMAN RETURNS The Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor Chase will once again offer the Economic Outlook Breakfast. We regret that circumstances beyond our control will prevent Anthony Chan, retired Chief Economist for Chase, from joining us as the keynote speaker. James Glassman, Managing Director and Head Economist of Commercial Banking for JPMorgan Chase Bank, returns as the keynote speaker. Glassman will review the global issues that are driving U.S. economics, discuss the latest macroeconomic trends affecting the business environment and provide an outlook for investment markets. Thanks also to corporate sponsor Hanson Professional Services, Inc., premier sponsor Comcast, and venue sponsor University of Illinois Springfield. University of Illinois at Springfield Student Union, 2251 Richard Wright Drive Thursday, November 14, 2019 7:15 a.m. breakfast buffet 8:00 a.m. program $25 on or before October 25 $35 after October 25 Register online at www.gscc.org

James Glassman

Questions? Contact Bri Coons bcoons@gscc.org or (217) 525-1173 x-216.



ENERGY CO-OP CAN SAVE MEMBERS ON UTILITY COSTS The Chamber offers a benefit to its members that could potentially

The benefit is only available to Chamber members who receive their

save them hundreds or thousands of dollars in annual utility costs

electric and/or natural gas services through Ameren. The co-op

through a commercial energy cooperative (co-op) managed by

leverages the power of a large group to negotiate a lower commercial

CQI Associates. CQI is a reputable company that has been helping

electric and/or gas rate that a single business could not secure on its

businesses save on their utility rates for over 12 years in the Decatur

own. CQI Associates aggregates the kilowatt-hour (kWh) load of the


commercial accounts, which reduces the overall cost.

The benefits your business or organization receives when you join the

The Chamber’s mission to enhance our members’ success and

commercial energy co-op include:

advocate on their behalf is met through programs like these that help

businesses reduce their overhead and allocate those dollars to other

Co-op members can expect to save about the equivalent of their July electrical bill and/or their February natural gas bill.

Members will receive a competitive rate based off current market prices

needs or their bottom line. For more information, or if you would like an estimate on what your company’s savings will be, contact David Earhart at (217) 525-1173 ext. 215 or dearhart@gscc.org, or Brian McLemore (CQI) at (217) 855-8417 or brian@cqiassociates.com.

Deregulation has sparked healthy competition. As the energy market changes in the future, the Co-op will negotiate on the members’ behalf.

The Co-op offers options to obtain up to 100% clean, renewable, wind-powered electricity.

Signing up for the service is easy and free to members.

Always an Experience for your Meeting or Event

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For information, call 217-558-8873 or email alplm.rentevents@illinois.gov

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Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce 501 E. Capitol Ave., Suite A Wednesday, October 30, 2019 11:00 a.m. Lunch (included in fee) 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Seminar $65 member fee Register online at www.gscc.org

Whenever you have more than two people, there’s bound to be conflict. Disagreements are a natural and inevitable part of any work environment. It’s when they go unresolved that tensions rise, energy is wasted and productivity suffers. Led by Steve Garland, this seminar offers insights into your own work style and communication “hot buttons.” You will not only explore situations that challenge you most, you’ll learn to manage your emotions and to express your opinions in a productive way that leads to acceptance and agreement.

Prices starting at $379.00/month




What is your company’s future calling for? Infrastructure Updates? Security Needs? Since 1984, SEA Group has been assisting clients as they update their way into the future. We are an Infrastructure/Low Voltage Solutions and Strategic Staffing company that is focused on getting the job done by bringing in the correct expertise, and servicing our clients with enthusiasm and vigor. SEA Group is dedicated to helping provide long term solutions to government, education, healthcare, and private sector organizations in Central Illinois and beyond.

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BOARD MEMBERS ELECTED FOR 2020 As of September 13, 2019, in keeping with Chamber bylaws, Chamber members in good standing elected six Chamber members to three-year terms, effective January of 2020, as At-Large Directors. Congratulations to the following members who have been elected to serve either a first or second term on The Chamber Board of Directors: Mr. Roger Austin, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc. Mr. Mylas Copeland, Green Toyota Volkswagen Audi Ms. Ruby Davis, Ruby Funeral Services & Chapel, Inc. Hon. Raylene Grischow, Circuit Court Judge Ms. Sara Wojcicki Jimenez, HSHS Central Illinois Division Ms. Sharon Riechers, BUNN

Also, congratulations to the following Chamber members appointed to a one-year term, effective January of 2020: Jennifer Call, TROXELL Kayla Edwards, Express Employment Professionals Josh Flanders, Buzz Bomb Brewing Company




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