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ACCESS A publication of the Hopewell-Prince George Chamber of Commerce

Fall Edition 2013

In This Issue: President’s Perspective


94th Annual Dinner New Members Events Calendar Member News



Chamber Challenge Tomorrow’s Workforce


New Board Members

Business Growth


Leadership (804) 458-5536


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President’s Perspective

Fort Lee CMC MMFI. Make Me Feel Important. That wa was the message from Patrick Henry, th the talented speaker—er, singer—at the Ch Chamber’s recent Annual Dinner. Whether yo you’re a barista at Starbuck’s or the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, you should en envision “MMFI” on the forehead of every cu customer and employee. To paraphrase th the famous Virginia patriot of the same na name, the message of speaker-singer Pa Patrick Henry could also be “Give Me Empathy or Give Me De Death (of a Salesman)!” An underlying theme of Patrick’s was perseverance. For ten years, he lived his dream as a professional songwriter and musician in talent-rich Nashville. To keep up with his “really great” co-performers, he began crafting stories in addition to writing songs. He persevered and, as those at the Annual Dinner can attest, is a really great business speaker-singer-motivator. Calvin Coolidge famously said that “nothing in the world

can take the place of perseverance.” That was true for Patrick, and is true now—in business and in all other areas of life. In my previous President’s Perspective message, I wrote about the parallels between this past Boston Marathon and the Chamber. I said that they were both about perseverance, and urged us to stay the course. Since then, the Boston Marathon invited every runner who was unable to finish the 2013 race due to the bombings, to come back in 2014. The vast majority of those 5,633 runners immediately vowed to return and finish the race. Talk about perseverance. The Boston Marathon takes place on “Patriots’ Day.” Patrick Henry would be proud. This is my last message as your president. I am grateful to all of you for the opportunities that I have had. From what I have seen and learned, I am bullish about business in Hopewell, Prince George, and the entire community. Have a wonderful holiday season, and best wishes for 2014. Stefan Calos, Chamber President

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Annual Dinner Committee Breaks Tradition Even though the dinner meeting was held on Thursday, October 10, at the traditional venue: the Lee Club on the Ft. Lee campus, the presentation was something breaking tradition from the usual serious Chamber meeting. It was funny, musical and heart-warming. Interspersing his talk with songs and laugh-out-loud stories, Henry connected with his audience of 277 diverse business leaders, elected officials and community partners during his 30-minute presentation on customer service. “People want to do business with friends - people they like, people they trust,” he said. “We chose this program because every organization needs exceptional customer service,” said committee member Chris Jones of Stay-Over Storage. HCA John Randolph Medical Center CEO Suzanne Jackson and her team sat with Henry during dinner and each received a signed copy of his book, The Pancake Principle. In a recent meeting with Ms. Jackson she complimented the chamber on the program and showed us her notes in the margin of her copy. During networking the chamber featured the opportunity for face time with special guests: Dr. John Thomas and Nancy Gansneder of The Weldon Cooper Center; Dr. Ted Raspiller,

President John Tyler Community College; David Goode representing FOLAR; Chris Dawson, Alex Salas, Milena Salas representing DreamItDoItVirginia Manufacturing Technology Camp; and Brad Wells of The Wells Group and the Beacon Theatre. To highlight the importance of the hospitality sector to our economy the chamber also featured a Stay-Cation Raffle sponsored by Omni Financial, PART, Baymont Inn & Suites, and Virginia Manufacturers Association. Special thanks to event sponsors: EVB, Care Advantage, Prince George Electric Coop, Old Dominion Electric Coop, City of Hopewell Economic Development Authority, John Randolph Medical Center, Rock-Tenn, CFS, Rolls-Royce, Honeywell, Stay-Over Storage, Community College Workforce Alliance (CCWA), Columbia Gas of Virginia, Evonik Industries, Strosnider Chevrolet, HMA, Timmons Group, CAPUP, Harlan Construction Co., Inc. Also, special thanks to Hopewell resident David Ellis who donated his expertise and his great sound system; and to our amazing publicist, Polly Elmore of PR Works, LLC who keeps our members and our programs in the news.

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Tomorrow’s Workforce Business Teaching Business to the Workforce of Tomorrow – Be a J.O.B.S. Program Instructor

The J.O.B.S. Program (Job Opportunity Basic Skills) needs volunteers from the local community to teach our after school classes. Instructors can be working or retired; we provide the curriculum outline and handouts and you present it to the students. Classes take place between November and March as follows: Tuesdays, 3:15 to 4:30 pm at Hopewell High School; Wednesdays, 3:45 to 5:00 pm at Woodson Middle School (Hopewell); and Wednesdays, 3:00 to 4:15 pm at Clements Junior High (Prince George) The J.O.B.S. Program provides 8th and 9th grade students (14-16 years old) in the City of Hopewell and Prince George County with training in workforce readiness, life skills, character education, and wellness. Students who are selected for the program take classes after school and then participate in an internship the following summer. The curriculum lessons this year include: Appropriate Appearance; Responding to Authority; Responsibility and Time Management; Managing Your Money; Active Listening and Non-Verbal Communication; Verbal Communication and Teamwork; Written Communication – On the Job & Getting the Job; Job and Career Search Strategies; Networking and Volunteering; Employee/Employer Relationship;

Conflict Resolution; STEM Group Problem Solving; and Interviewing Skills. To volunteer or for more information please contact Sharon Jadrnak, J.O.B.S. Program Coordinator, at (804)732-7548 or What some of our instructors are saying: Wendy Austin, Director, Southside Community Partners – “Being an instructor for the J.O.B.S. program for the past two years has been a fulfilling and fun experience! It is very rewarding to be part of the moment when a student really understands a concept because you are there as a real-life example. It’s fun because the program staff and teachers are so organized and do all the hard work for you and because kids still “say the darndest things” so I always get a good laugh to brighten my day.” Steve Benham, Executive Director, Hopewell Redevelopment & Housing Authority – “I volunteer as a J.O.B.S. instructor because I like this form of social engagement. Students need an opportunity to interact with business and civic leaders. This provides a very meaningful advantage to those students and tremendous reward to the volunteer instructors.” Emari Hunn, Banking Center Manager II, Bank of America, Hopewell – “I decided to volun-

teer for J.O.B.S. program last year because I think it’s very important to set our next generation up for success. In my personal experience, I’ve learned a lot by trial and error. I’m a firm believer of knowledge is power and I want to be a part of empowering our future generations by helping them be equipped for the “grown up” world. I also LOVE giving back to the community! If I can share with one person by sharing my knowledge or skill, that’s one life I was able to touch. It is absolutely rewarding!” Debbie Lesniak Davis, Community Development Officer, Peoples Advantage Federal Credit Union, Petersburg – “Peoples Advantage Federal Credit Union is pleased to help develop and share a foundation of life skills and experiences with the students of Prince George and Hopewell through the J.O.B.S. program. We have been involved in the program for several years and look forward to a continued partnership with the Hopewell-Prince George Chamber and the schools. It has been a pleasure to work with the students and staff in Prince George and Hopewell. The students are bright, enthusiastic and creative. Many of the skills they learn are beneficial in their everyday lives and will serve them well as they begin their professional careers.”

Hopewell-Prince George students competed for $1000 scholarships at Manufacturing Technology Summer Camp July 31-Aug. 3, 2013

WHO: 13Hopewell-Prince George County students competed in four teams to make clocks. Members of the winning team each received a $1,000 scholarship from the Virginia Industry Foundation to be used for post-secondary education or training which would lead them to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) careerslike manufacturing. WHAT:Dream it. Do it. Virginia (DIDIVA) Manufacturing TechnologySummer Camp, coordinated in partnership by the Hopewell-Prince George Chamber as a DIDIVA regional partner, representatives from the Hopewell and Prince George School Divisions, local industries and the Virginia Manufacturers Association. WHERE:at Industrial TurnAround Corporation (ITAC), 13141North Enon Church Road,Chester VA. WHY:To encourage students to consider technology-related careeropportunities in manufacturing. Special Thanks to Members who provided field trips: Service Center Metals in Prince George Evonik Goldschmidt Chemical in Hopewell DuPont Teijin Films in Chester

About Dream It. Do It. Virginia The Dream It. Do It. Virginia (DIDIVA) outreach and awareness network is a partner of the National Dream It. Do It. network as developed by the Manufacturing Institute (MI) and expanded to Virginia in 2007 by the Virginia Industry Foundation (VIF) and VMA. The DIDIVA network’s mission is to encourage people to explore and pursue advanced technology careers in Virginia, like manufacturing, biotechnology, robotics, nanotechnology, aviation, energy, information technology, healthcare and more. DIDIVA offers a free, online career resource tool built by Virginia’s advanced technology sector to help individuals learn more about exciting career opportunities and connect them with possible future employment, as well as a two-time award winning “So What Do You Do?” integrated marketing campaign featured in all its media. For more information, visit HPG CHAMBER ACCESS


Thursday, December 12

Events Calendar

Something’s Perkin’ 8:00 - 9:00 AM Sponsored by Cavalier Square Shopping

November Friday, November 1

Thursday, November 28


Thanksgiving Day

Come meet new merchants and bring a toy!

Office Closed

Informal Networking Meeting: Ideal for mak-

Holiday Helpers Toy Drive KICKOFF See ‘Chamber Challenge’ for more details.

ing contacts and building relationships.

Friday, November 29

Complimentary Event - Guests Welcome

Day After Thanksgiving

Thursday, November 7

Office Closed

Ribbon Cutting at The Point on the James 11:15AM

Friday, December 13 Ribbon Cutting at McEachin & Gee, P.C.


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Tuesday, December 24 Saturday, December 7

Christmas Eve

Sunday, November 10

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Office Closed

NEW: Community Wide Singsperation!

Annual Christmas Parade



Wednesday, December 25

Woodlawn Presbyterian Church

Christmas Day

11201 Blackstone Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860 Sunday, December 8

Office Closed

Hopewell Jaycees

Monday, November 11

Annual Christmas Parade

The events featured in the Hopewell-Prince

Veterans Day

3:00 PM

George Chamber of Commerce newsletter

Office Closed

are submitted by members for the benefit of

Sunday, December 8

the community. To add you event to the list

Wednesday, November 13

Community Wide Singsperation!

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FULL Board of Directors Meeting

4:00 PM

7:30AM - 9:30AM

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Saturday, November 23 Hopewell Kiwanis Wine-Tasting Festival

Sunday, December 8

12:00 - 6:00PM

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Building Connections

Chamber Challenge

The HPG Chamber offers monthly networking events for its Members to connect with the community. If you are interested in sponsoring a Chamber event, contact us at (804) 458-5536!

Holiday Helpers Toy Drive November 1 - December 2, 2013 2013 GOAL: 1000 TOYS Since 2010, the HPG Chamber has been working alongside the Fort Lee Holiday Helpers Association to challenge the HPG Community to collect toys for service members’ families on Fort Lee. This year, we are challenging our Members to donate 1000 toys! Beginning November 1, the Chamber will have a collection box at the office, and at all networking events through the end of the month. Information: (804) 458-5536.

Show Your Support: Help the Chamber collect 1000 Toys for Fort Lee Families this Christmas! Donate NEW, UNWRAPPED Toys for Christmas! Accepting items for children - All Ages! Suggested Items: Hats & Mittens, Scarves, Newborn/ Infant Items- Baby Blankets, New Infant

Clothing, Gift Cards-for teens (movies, bookstore, mall, electronic store, music, restaurants), Watches (teens), New Toys, Board Games, Puzzles, Books, Bicycles/ Tricycles, Craft kits, Stuffed Animals, Bath Toys, Match Box Cars, SportsFootballs, Basketballs, Soccer Balls, Sports Equipment, DVDs/Movies, Learning/Educational Toys.

The Drop-Off: The Chamber will be collecting toys until Monday, December 2. Drop off Toys at the Chamber office (210 N 2nd Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860, open from Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM. We’ll come to you: Arrange to have your donated toys picked up at your business! Contact us at (804) 458-5536 or

Summer Recap Heroes at Home The Chamber was a proud sponsor of the Fort Lee Heroes at Home Military Spouse Awards and Spouse Appreciation Luncheon in May. Heroes at Home recognizes the spouses of active duty service members; five winners are chosen for “their strength, extraordinary personal sacrifices, and their selfless commitment” to the community.

Golf OPEN The Hopewell-Prince George Chamber community came together to play in the 12th Annual Golf OPEN President’s Cup Tournament sponsored by Strosnider Chevrolet. Thirty-three teams enjoyed an afternoon on the beautiful riverside golf course at Jordan Point Golf Club on May 17th. Many companies use this tournament to reward hard working teams who have completed projects, shut downs, or years of service. Competing for prizes, entering contests, enjoying great food, and hospitality is one small way to appreciate and celebrate our community and its heroes. Chamber Members also had a special opportunity to reach out to service members on Fort Lee by sponsoring an active-duty military team or individual. Through our 2nd Annual “Sponsor a Hero,” twenty service members were recognized by appreciative, patriotic chamber members who in some cases are veterans themselves. President’s Cup presented to 1st Place Winning Team Canfield, Baer & Heller, LLP: (L-R) Debbie Waddell- Golf Committee Chairperson- BreezIn Associates, L.C.; Hunter Wells, Bob Canfield, Craig Strosnider- Signature Sponsor- Strosnider Chevrolet; Ben Williams, and Jeremy Wells.

Governor’s Bowl For the second year, the HPG Chamber participated in the Governor’s Bowl Food & Fund Drive. Chamber Members donated over 500 lbs. of food this summer! More than 100 Chambers across the Commonwealth and over 60 state government agencies participated in the five week competition that began on Memorial Day and ended on Independence Day. The 2013 competition raised the equivalent of over 400,000 pounds of food to benefit over one million individuals served by Virginia food banks.



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United Way of HPG Campaign

Member News Updates From Chamber Member Businesses Congratulations to the following Members who celebrated recent Ribbon Cuttings with the Chamber:

Martial Arts of Hopewell (Apr. 27)

John Randolph Medical Center Oncology, Hospice, & Family Services (Aug. 1)

Believe-N-U Academic Development Center (May 29)

Tractor Supply Co. (Oct. 5)

Harvest Asian Bistro & Bar (Jun. 19)

U.S. Gunworx (Oct. 18)

Petersburg Pickers (Jun. 20)

U-Travel Vacations (Oct. 23)

Hampton Inn Hopewell/Fort Lee (Jun. 27)

Strosnider Chevrolet (Oct. 24)

The theme of the 2013 Campaign is “LIVE UNITED”. As you consider how best to help others in our community, realize with your contribution to your local United Way, local agencies can continue their life-changing programs and services that improve the lives of everyone in the area. Our local United Way provides funding for 19 participating agencies and other projects in the community. Big Brothers Big Sisters Boy Scouts of America-Heart of VA Council Boys and Girls Club of Hopewell CARES, Inc. Central VA Legal Aid Society Community Action Program for Reading Enon Volunteer Fire Department Girl Scouts Commonwealth Council of VA Hopewell Emergency Crew Hopewell Food Pantry Hopewell Humane Society Hopewell-PG Healthy Families Hopewell Respite Care Group The James House PARC Services Pregnancy Support Center of the Tri-Cities Prince George Elf Helpers The Salvation Army USO of Hampton Roads & Central VA UWHPGCommunity Care If you give to various agencies throughout the year, consider making your donations through your local United Way. All cash/check donations are sent to qualifying 501 (c)(3) agencies with no fees. Leading the campaign are Becky McDonough, Executive Vice President, HPG Chamber of Commerce and Bill Gandel, Vice-Chairman, Prince George Board of Supervisors. In order to meet the needs of the community, $300,000 has been established as the goal for this year’s campaign. How to contribute: Directly by mail: United Way of HPG, P. O. Box 394, Hopewell, VA 23860 Online (credit cards): Workplace: Ask your manager if you can give through the workplace via payroll deduction, or via United Way campaign volunteers canvassing local small businesses. HPG CHAMBER ACCESS


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Welcome New Board Members

Board of Directors & Staff

Sarah Beadle S Board of Directors Executive Committee

Stefan Calos Sands Anderson, PC President

Derrick Johnson Timmons Group President-Elect

Tim Webb Container First Services Treasurer

Wendy Austin Southside Community Partners Secretary

Hu Human Resources, Rolls-Royce Crosspointe Rotatives Ro • Responsible for people related ac activity for Rolls-Royce Rotatives an and AAMF Facility, Crosspointe Campus, Prince George VA • Developing a pipeline of skills with particular focus on the early career machinist skillset. Working with Community Colleges to develop a process and flow • Introduction of an apprentice program for the Rotatives organization in 2013 • Drive an engaged workforce and positive employee culture • Chamber Annual Dinner Committee Member

Bruce Brockwell B

Co Commercial Lending Manager, EVB • Proud to provide commercial and small businesses with banking an pr products and services • Conveniently located in EVB’s new offi ffice location l i in i Colonial Heights • Native of Chester, VA • Chamber Annual Dinner Committee Member


Beverly Epps B Don Carnesi Ingram & Associates Real Estate Co.

Robert Inman Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation

Jennifer DuBois Columbia Gas of Virginia

Karen Farren Joint Logistics Managers, Inc.

Chamber Staff

Pa Patient Support Services, John Randolph Medical Center Ra • Manages volunteer services, pl plans health and wellness activities for Seniors, patient advocate, tie liaison to the hospital’s auxillary • Board of Directors, Crater Community Hospice • HPG Chamber Ambassador, Chairperson CHART committee (Chamber Recognition Team)

Traci Hackley Tr

Jeff Heckert Omni Financial

Wesley Smith Community College Workforce Alliance

Jesse Mason Joint Logistics Managers, Inc.

Becky McDonough Executive Vice President

Cailee Mallahan Executive Assistant

Ge General Manager, Baymont Inn & Suites Su • Past Chairperson for United Way of Hopewell-Prince George • Director – Hopewell Police Department – Victim/Witness Assistance Program •Chamber Annual Dinner Committee Member



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New Members Dr. Baxter Perkinson, Jr. D.D.S. & Associates 4710 Puddledock Rd. Prince George, VA 23875 (804) 526-4822 Family Dentistry & Orthodontics First Command Financial Services 9401 Courthouse Rd. Suite 307 Chesterfield, VA 23832 (804) 520-4045 Financial Services Harvest Asian Bistro & Bar 264 E Broadway Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 458-2222 Restaurant Holly Talbot Organizing Fort Lee, VA 23801 (252) 361-1515 Professional Organizer Hopewell Jaycees PO Box 358 Hopewell, VA 23860 (757) 469-1408 Civic Organization Living Stones Tax Service Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 541-0295 Tax Preparation McEachin & Gee, P.C. 610 N 6th Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 226-4111 Law Firm



Metis Creative 13000 Rivers Bend Blvd. Chester, VA 23836 (804) 571-5000 Web Design Petersburg National Battlefield 5001 Siege Rd. Petersburg, VA 23803 (804) 732-3571 Tourism Personal Care Preferred Group 2903 Boulevard, Suite B Colonial Heights, VA 23834 (434) 246-3110 Home Health Care Services Petersburg Pickers LLC 100 Bollingbrook St. Petersburg, VA 23803 (804) 586-1633 Estate Liquidators Prince George Cleaners 4233 Crossings Blvd Prince George, VA 23875 (804) 541-3337 Dry Cleaning Roberts Awning & Sign 1791 Midway Ave. Petersburg, VA 23803 (804) 733-6012 Awnings, Canopies, Signage Sign Art and Design 910 Sycamore Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 926-8101 Signage and Graphic Design

The Point on the James Restaurant and Event Space 1100 Jordan Point Rd. Hopewell, Virginia 23860 (804) 452-6824 Restaurant / Meeting Space / Caterer Thompson Hospitality 1 Hayden Dr Petersburg, VA 23806 (804) 524-5112 Catering / Food Truck Service

New Members Get Visibility Chamber Membership increases visibility of your business in the community. 1) Member Directory on 2) Member Profile on 3) Proud Member Decal 4) Announced at Board Meeting 5) Introduced to Ambassadors

U-Travel Vacations 3118 Winston Churchill Dr. Suite A Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 571-0797 Travel Agent

6) Visited by an Ambassador 7) Announced at Something’s Perkin’ 8) Presented in Member Newsletter Publication 9) Quarterly E-blast to Members

U.S. Gunworx 3701 Woodlawn St. Hopewell, VA 23860 (804) 452-6793 Gunsmith & Gun Sales

10) Featured on Chamber’s Facebook

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