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Myrna Crowther Senior Home Loans Manager 951.816.3604

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Phone: 951.676.5090 Fax: 951.694.0201 Email : info@temecula.org www.temecula.org Mission Statement

The mission of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is to promote the economic environment of all member businesses and by so doing will support the programs which preserve and improve the quality of life.

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Chairman of the Board — Isaac Lizarraga, Rancho Ford Lincoln Mercury First Vice Chairman — Jeff Kurtz, Promenade Temecula First Vice Chairman — Tony Berardino, Cornerstone E & S Insurance Services Treasurer — Jerry Konchar, Pechanga Resort & Casino Secretary ­— Janet Scott

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Nancy Austin, Grubb & Ellis Peter Baker, Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta Brian Conners, Southwest Healthcare System Leslie Doherty, Leslie Doherty CPA LouEllen Ficke, Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley Jann Gentry, Gentry Studios Kim Kelliher, The Grapeline Shane Lesovsky, Temecula Valley Communications Suzanne Lingold, Cal State San Marcos Crystal Magon, South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Lori Marruffo, Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Paul Nolta, Small Business Development Resource Center Kimberly Freize-Uhler, Clear Blue Promotions Jeff Powell, Abbott Vascular Janese Reyes, Community Little Book Karen Roberts, Kaiser Permanente Matt Stone, Rancho California Water District Robert Rosenstein, The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Hitzeman

Management Team

Alice Sullivan, President CEO Laura Turnbow, Chief Operations Officer Katie Edmonds, Membership Director Beth Soltysiak, Sales Executive Tiffany Clark, Membership Coordinator Emily Pulley, Communications Director Jennifer Cloud, Special Events Director Brooke Nunn, Special Events Coordinator Jeanette Kristensen, Resource Coordinator Lynn Collett, Resource Coordinator

4 New Chamber Board of Directors.............. pg. 9 Membership Appreciation........................... pg. 11 2012 Awards Gala........................................... pg. 12 VYP News.......................................................... pg. 17 City News.......................................................... pg. 18 New Members................................................. pg. 22 Ribbon Cuttings........................................... pg. 24 Restaurant Month............................................... pg.

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ver 20 Temecula restaurants are participating in a state-wide promotion to dine at some of the best restaurants in California throughout the month of January. Temecula Valley restaurants will celebrate California Restaurant Month from January 1 to 31. Over 20 restaurants in Wine Country, Old Town, The Promenade, Pechanga Resort & Casino and around town will participate. “Temecula Restaurant Month is an incredible opportunity to experience some of the best wine and food in the destination at a value they can’t get at any other time of the year,” Kimberly Adams, president and CEO of the Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau stated. “January is also a great time to get hotel deals and experience the diversity of what our destination offers, from wine tasting to golfing to gaming.” All participating restaurants will have a special lunch and dinner menu just for restaurant month. Most of them have lunch items for $5, $10 and $15 and dinner items for $15, $20 and $30. Ask your server what the Restaurant Month specials are if a menu is not featured at the table. We are pleased to have four of Pechanga Resort & Casino’s outstanding restaurants involved in our promotion.

CALIFORNIA RESTAURANT MONTH “Pechanga is very focused on providing a world-class dining experience for our guests. We are excited to partner with Visit California and the Temecula Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau to provide a full range of cuisines served at our numerous restaurants for those looking to have a California dining adventure in January,” states Dennis Khanh, Vice President of Food and Beverage at Pechanga. The participating restaurants include Baily’s, Bamboo at Pechanga, Carol’s at Baily’s Winery, Creekside Grill at Wilson Creek Winery, Fish Monger Café, Front Street Bar & Grill, It’s All Good Bar & Grill, Kelsey’s Bar & Grill at Pechanga, Meritage at Callaway Winery, Paisano’s Italian at Pechanga, Scarcella’s Italian Grill, Seafood Grotto at Pechanga, Shorty’s Bistro at Mount Palomar Winery, Sizzler in Murrieta, Sweet Lumpy’s BBQ, Temet Grill at Temecula Creek Inn, The Bank Mexican Restaurant & Bar, The Pinnacle at Falkner Winery, The Restaurant at Leoness Cellars, and Tilted Kilt. Please check the website for an updated list, menus and more information, www.restaurantmonth.org. Temecula is excited to participate in California Restaurant Month, designated by Visit California. Upwards of 30 destinations across California, from the desert and coast to wine country and High Sierra, are hosting restaurant weeks and

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other value-driven food programming this January. “Last year’s inaugural California Restaurant Month was a huge success, with 23 participating destinations. We’re thrilled to see the program grow to include even more destinations so we can continue to tell California’s amazing culinary story,” said Caroline Beteta, Visit California president & CEO. Last year travelers in California spent $23.1 billion on food and beverages, more than for any other spending segment and constituting 26 percent of all visitor spending last year (Source: Dean Runyan Associates), For more information about participating cities, visit www. visitcalifornia.com/restaurantmonth


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Wine Country A Dining Experience

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t’s been said that wine tastes best when consumed in its natural environment. Right where it’s produced. Where you can see the vineyards, smell the earth and feel the sunshine. In the Temecula Valley, one can visit the many wineries and do just that. But, unlike any other wine region in the state, here, you can take that one step further... Imagine a perfect pairing. The marriage of food and wine. An omg! moment of the palate. And then suppose, just suppose that you could sense that right here in your own back yard. The Temecula Valley offers a vast array of wine country dining. All are connected not only to an individual winery property, but also by the foods they serve as complement to the wines they produce. From a casual al fresco lunch to a four star dining experience, the region is quickly becoming known for its wine and food connection. A diverse collection of gourmet experiences are closer than you think! Medieval in architecture, contemporary in food style, Carol’s Restaurant at Baily Winery is open Thursday through Sunday for lunch. Carol’s offers an extensive menu featuring local and estate grown produce to match their estate Bordeaux varietal wines. Meritage at Callaway was named one of the “Hot 100 Restaurants in the Inland Empire”. Chef Mike Henry uses local, sustainable, and organic ingredients to produce wine friendly tapas, salads and entrées with a Mediterranean flair. Open daily. Not new to dining awards, The Pinnacle at Falkner Winery has garnered numerous Best Restaurant and Best Chef accolades and is famous for their Lobster Mac & Cheese, outstanding views, wonderful wines and meticulous service. Open daily for lunch only. The Restaurant at Leonesse Cellars features a variety of appetizers, salads, sandwiches and flatbreads that pair with your personal tastes and favorite Leonesse Cellar wines. Open Friday through Sunday for lunch only.

Maurice’s Kitchen at Maurice Car’rie Winery, while famous for their decadent baked brie bread, also serves up a simple and reasonably priced luncheon menu of soups, salads and sandwiches Friday through Sunday. Weekend visitors to Monte de Oro’s mdo wine bar & bistro are invited to partake in a menu that includes cheese and dessert plates, salads and panini’s created specifically to highlight the winery’s vast flight of wines. Open daily, Shorty’s Bistro at Mount Palomar Winery features a diverse array of Mediterranean inspired appetizers, sandwiches, soups, stone oven pizzas, delicious entrees, elegant desserts, and many other unique items. The Restaurant at Ponte Winery serves a wide selection of Farmers’ Market salads, grape-wood fired pizzas, fresh pasta dishes, natural beef, sustainable seafood and homemade desserts. And of course, a full-selection of Ponte wines ready to pair with each dish! Open daily. The Vineyard Rose at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa offers a taste of casual Southern California elegance with a hint of Tuscany. The ambiance is countryside chic, the menu vast, the hospitality warm as the Mediterranean sun. Open daily. A Southern California Restaurant Writers Association favorite, Thornton Winery’s Cafe Champagne combines Country French elegance with “Contemporary Fusion Cuisine”. An artfully designed menu pairs wonderfully with the extensive wine list. Open daily. Fresh, seasonal ingredients and award winning Wilson Creek wines are all the inspiration needed for the offerings at the Creekside Grille. Appetizers, salads, sandwiches and an array of daily specials fill the menu. Open daily.

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Happy Days Are Here Again Restaurants offer value & variety with a feast of Happy Hour menus

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ith the holidays behind us and a full year ahead, you may have made a resolution to eat a little less, watch spending a little more or just capture the spirit of Carpe Diem while you still can!

Treating yourself better makes sense. Not limiting yourself to the same routine day in and day out also makes sense. But what doesn’t always make sense is going out for a full dinner on a weeknight, eating a heavy meal, or sluggishly trying to manage your evening after that bottle of wine. Enter the perfect solution. Happy hour. The very name, says it all! We’ve always known about it. We took advantage of it when we were young. But that end of the day, get together and be sociable, somehow got traded for coaching soccer or responding to email. The Lazy Dog Café Monday-Friday 3-6pm & Sunday-Thursday 9-close (bar & patio only) $3.00 16oz Drafts Coors light Bud light Pabst Blue Ribbon $4.00 All Well Drinks 16oz Lazy Dog House Beers BV Chardonnay or Merlot (glass) $5.00 Cosmo or Pink Lemon Drop Martini

Zarco Gold Margarita Sailor Jerry Rum & Coke Lazy Dog House Beer Sampler $6.00 Cucumber & Mint Martini Pomegranate Martini Asian Pear Martini Sparkling Strawberry Margarita Champagne Mojito Stoli Vodka On the Rocks Your Way J.Lohr Chardonnay or Merlot (glass) Craft Beer Sampler EATS *= Happy Hour Portion

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2012 is the unofficial year of the Happy Hour. It’s a bridge back to prosperity, good times, and a country back on the road to recovery. Network during Happy Hour.  Meet for drinks with the guys at Happy Hour. Enjoy the political debates during Happy Hour. In fact, Happy Hour is a great time to celebrate that basketball is back on! Meet for the games throughout the week and relish the action that was almost missed! Several levels of Happy Hour can be enjoyed here in Temecula. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Temecula Valley offer great Happy Hours with small bites, priced just right. Make a date with your best friend, your colleagues of jobs gone by, or that client who you want to get to know better this month at Happy Hour. It’s a great way to start the year off in the right direction! So, forget your troubles, and come on, get happy! $3.00 Cajun Fries Loaded Potato Hushpuppies Grilled Garlic Flatbread Zucchini Fries & Ranch* $4.00 Togarashi Edamame Beans Sweet Potato Tater Tots Fresh Beets & Goat Cheese Personal Cheese Pizza Spicy Buffalo Chicken Nuggets Hawaiian Ahi Poke* Chicken Wings* Chicken Lettuce Cups* $5.00 Chicken Tenders & BBQ Sauce* Any Personal Pizza

Late Night Burger (only available after 9pm) $6.00 Nachos Hummus Trio Spinach & Cheese Dip Inside-Out Cheese Quesadilla Wok-Fired Calamari All Prices subject to change Red Robin 3pm – 6pm & 8pm –Close Monday through Friday in bar only $3 Guacamole, Salsa and Chips Queso Dip Pound of Spuds


cover $5 Nachos Jump Starters Double Combo (Pick two) Onion rings Fresh-Fried Mushrooms Fresh Fried Zucchini And Many more! $7 Towering Onion Rings Just-in-Quesadilla RR Buzzard Wings DRINKS Domestic Draft $2.50 Premium Draft $3.50 House Wine $2.50 SelectWine $3.50 Premium Wine $4.50 Well Drinks$2.50 Gold Margarita $3.50 Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que 3-7pm Monday through Friday and 9pm ‘til close 7 days a week! Available in the bar only Appetizers   Hot Link  1.99 Fried Green Tomatoes  2.99 Onion Straws  2.99 Spinach & Cheese Dip  3.99 Blackened Chicken Quesadilla  3.99 Cajun Fish Tacos  4.99 Irish Nachos  1.99 Fried Pickles  2.99 Sliders  3.99 BBQ Wings  4.99 Orleans Gumbo  4.99 BBQ Rib Tips  6.99 22 oz. Draft Beers   Lucille’s Hefeweizen  4.00 Lucille’s Honey Blonde  4.00 Lucille’s Amber Ale  4.00 Coors Light  3.25 Bud Light  3.25 $1.00 off all other 22 oz draft beers  

Lucille’s Reserve Wines   By the glass  4.50 Well Drinks  3.50 Skyy Martinis  6.00 Vodka Martinis   Cosmopolitan   Sour Apple   Lemon Drop   Key Lime   Featured Cocktails   Cuervo Margarita  4.00 Beam Mint Julep  4.25 Dixie Sweet Tea  4.25 Joe’s Hurricane  5.00 Classic Mojito  5.25 Long Island  5.50 Back Porch Strawberry Lemonade  5.25 Crocodile Cooler  5.50 Classic Caddy Rita  6.00 $1.00 off all other drinks on the bar menu 

SELECT HALF-PRICED APPETIZERS & PIZZAS Pizzas BBQ Chicken · Four Cheese · Margherita · Pepperoni & Mushroom · Ham & Pineapple · Spicy Thai Chicken

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SLIDERS Classic, Béarnaise, Pastrami, Turkey Burger or Veggie, $6.95 Ahi Sliders, $9.95

Appetizers Spinach Cheese Dip · Moo Shu Egg Rolls · Fried Calamari · Fried Chicken Strips · Shiitake Garlic Noodles · Onion Ring Tower · Chicken Nachos · Hawaiian Poke Stack · Seared Ahi Sashimi · Chicken Lettuce Wraps · Spicy Tuna Roll · California Roll · Blue Crab Cakes · Wings: Traditional, Boneless or Veggie

Yard House Happy Hour & Late Night MONDAY - FRIDAY 3PM - 6PM SUNDAY WEDNESDAY 10PM - CLOSE MARTINIS & BEER Shortys $2.25 - $4.00 Domestic Pints $3.50 Craft/Import Pints $4.25 $4.75 Goblets $4.75 - $5.25 Half Yards (M-F, 3-6 only) $7.00 - $9.50 Well Drinks $4.25 - $4.75 House Martinis $6.00 Wine By The Glass $2.00 OFF HALF YARDS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LATE NIGHT HAPPY HOUR. BRANDS NOTED ON MENU WITH A SINGLE ASTERISK (*) OR DOUBLE ASTERISK (**) ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN A HALF YARD.

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The Bank

A Historic Place to Dine

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he story of The Bank Building goes back to 1909, when the town of Temecula needed a bank. That was the year the old livery was closed and torn down to make room for the First National Bank of Temecula. The bank opened in 1914 and closed in 1945 as WWII was ending. During that time, The First National Bank of Temecula became noted for being the site of the first bank robbery in Riverside County. Rich with history for a town and personal memories for many Temecula residents, The Bank represents a huge part of the historic past of our City. In 1978, David and Artemisa Covarrubias opened, what is now, the oldest Mexican restaurant in the Temecula Valley. In 2007, after the Covarrubias’ retired, Christy and Craig Puma bought the restaurant and took over as caretakers of this historic building in our midst. “It was a long time dream to own our own business. But we never imagined that business would be a restaurant…funny enough,” said Craig. “But the philosophy is quite simple---treat customers and employees just like we want to be treated. We go out a lot. We like good service, we like good food, we like a clean environment and we like friendly people. That’s what we constantly train at The Bank…to offer our customer a positive experience every time.” The Bank – Mexican Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of authentic style Mexican cuisine originating from Guanajuato, in the Central Mexico region. If you have only been to Baja California, you will find a slightly different taste that offered at most Mexican Restaurants. We have also added some familiar dishes from Baja and Mexican/American style menus. Specialties of The Bank include the Carne Asada Plate; Carnitas Plate; Grilled or Battered Fish Tacos; and an excellent Chile Rellano. Another signature dish is the Mexican Ortega Chili Cheeseburger; New York Steak; and Chipotle Chicken wings. To top off the meal, the Fried Carmel Cheesecake and signature Flan is out of this world. 8 | Teme c ul a Today | Janua ry • F e b r ua ry 201 2

The Bank has a full bar at your service, with many specialty style margaritas alongside your old favorites. Offering such margaritas as the Chipotle Pineapple; Pomerita and Spicy Mango, The Bank customers love the uniqueness of these specialty drinks. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights you can enjoy our own Hector Luque. Hector is a professional flair bartender out of Las Vegas and offers quite a show while pouring you your favorite cocktail. Each bartender offers their own style of extra special service. Additionally, The Bank is planning events such as a Tequila Tasting dinner each quarter. With the first of the 2012 year being January 17, a Tequila Tasting offers a fun lesson about this tantalizing liquor. Participants will gain a full understanding of where Tequila comes from, how it is made and differences between each category. The Tequila Dinner is being presented in the Private Banquet Room located Above The Bank. This second floor private room is available for rent for birthdays, wedding rehearsals, anniversaries or any other occasion. You can also have a DJ or up to a 3 piece band for your music pleasure. The room accommodates up to 44 people with a 20 person minimum. You can chose from the banquet room menu, offering a variety of buffet style meals. Throughout the year The Bank is also the center of attention. “One event in particular is Western Days. It’s the only time that we have a little fun while being robbed at High Noon,” said Craig. Western Days is generally the 3rd weekend in May. Another event is The Annual Spring Rod Run. People flock to the corner of Old Town Front and Main Street to hang out at this local hot spot during this event, which brings about 50,000 people to our Old Town district. Many customers come to The Bank as part of a 34 year tradition; some come for the history of this old building; some for the many Old Town events; but all come to enjoy great Mexican food, a fun atmosphere and friendly service. You can also learn about our specials by “Liking” “The Bank – Mexican Restaurant & Bar” on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at “BankofMex”. You can also visit our website at www. thebankmexicanrestaurant.com. Our restaurant offers something for everyone…and you can take that straight to The Bank!


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TEMECULA VALLEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNOUNCES 2012 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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he Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 2012 Board of Directors. Ballots were sent to the Chamber membership in October resulting in the election of two incumbents, two new directors and four appointees to serve a two and three-year term. At the board meeting on December 15, 2011, board members elected the following to serve as the 2012 Executive Officers for the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce: Chairman of the Board: Isaac Lizarraga, Rancho Ford Lincoln 1st Vice Chairman of the Board: Jeff Kurtz, Promenade Temecula 2nd Vice Chairman of the Board: Tony Berardino, Cornerstone E & S Insurance Services Treasurer: Jerry Konchar, Pechanga Development Corporation Secretary: Janet Scott The 2012 Board of Directors is as follows: Nancy Austin, Grubb & Ellis Peter Baker, Loma Linda University Medical Center Murrieta Brian Conners, Southwest Healthcare System Leslie Doherty, Leslie Doherty CPA

LouEllen Ficke, Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley Jann Gentry, Gentry Studios Kim Kelliher, The Grapeline Shane Lesovsky, Temecula Valley Communications Suzanne Lingold, Cal State San Marcos Crystal Magon, South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Lori Marruffo, Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Paul Nolta, Small Business Development Resource Center Kimberly Freize-Uhler, Clear Blue Promotions Jeff Powell, Abbott Vascular Janese Reyes, Community Little Book Karen Roberts, Kaiser Permanente Matt Stone, Rancho California Water District Robert Rosenstein, The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Hitzeman Under the leadership of the 2012 Board of Directors, the TVCC will continue to strive to fulfill its potential as the leading chamber in the 21st century and present nearly 200 quality programs that will contribute to the success of our members and the business community.

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New TVCC Events Launching in 2012 Industry Networking “Turning Competitors into Partners” January 31, 2012 8:00-9:30am Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce

Broker – Real Estate Mortgage Loans – Real Estate Trade Organization- Insurance – Title Company. To find out more information contact Katie at the Chamber (951) 676-5090.

You are invited to attend this event if your company is in the industry of: Housing, Home Buying or Real Estate. The purpose of this event is to bring professionals together who are in the HOUSING, HOME BUYING and REAL ESTATE Industries to network with one another, build relationships and gain referrals.

Professional Development Series; The Education Encounter A new approach to education for 2012

You will have the opportunity to get to know one another and share your ideal clients, how long you’ve been in business and what your specialty is. Businesses in the professions listed below are exclusively invited to attend: Bank – Bank-Commercial Loans – Business/Commercial Broker – Home Inspector – Home Staging – Notary Public – Property Preservation – Real Estate Agent – Real Estate Appraiser – Real Estate Attorney – Real Estate Developer/ Investor – Real Estate Escrow Service – Real Estate Mortgage

4 Relevant Topics, 4 Classes each, Exceptional Presentations and Certificate of Participation! You don’t want to miss this exciting opportunity to take part in developing professionally in one or all of these business topics. January-March – Marketing | April-June – Leadership | JulySeptember – Sales | October-December – QuickBooks To find out more information or to register please contact katie@temecula.org or (951) 676-5090. *In order to receive certificate, you must be able to attend all 4 classes per topic.

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he TVCC has launched our new member directory/ database, allowing members the opportunity to manage their account and contacts. Weblink provides up to date statistics on referrals and allows members to promote with coupons or specials.

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WebLink Tips Quick and Easy tips to navigate your way through the Chamber’s new online Member Directory!

Business Category Listings are on a “random rotation” allowing all members to have an equal opportunity to receive referrals.

Members Only Login Area on the Home screen of the TVCC website, www.temecula.org You can easily update your profile/contact information or change your username and password, pay your annual membership investment online, view all referrals you are receiving from the TVCC, Add a coupon or discount to offer to fellow members.

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Searching for a Business – The business directory is comprised of Categories, based on Industries. There are 3 basic ways to find a business; Quicklinks, Keyword Search, Search by drop down Category or by viewing all Categories.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the #1 way to help people find websites. Our goal is to help you consistently rank as high as possible in the search engines. This technology drives more traffic to chamber websites, and in turn, to YOU. Protecting the privacy of our Members We protect you from potential spamming by allowing those looking to connect with you the opportunity to email you using the “contact us” form which in turn protects all chamber member emails.


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Member Appreciation THANK YOU

Thank you to our Sponsors: Pechanga Resort & Casino, Promenade Temecula, Timmy D. Productions

40 Year Member Since 1971 Rancon Real Estate - Dan Stephenson 30 Year Member Since 1981 Hillcrest Academy Markham Development Management Group, Inc. Rancho Land Associates, Inc. Rightway Portable Toilets, Temp. Power, Storage Containers, Septic Pumping Robinson Printing & Creative Media Southern California Gas Company 25 Year Member Since 1986 Southern California Hydroseed, Inc. Temecula Trophy, Inc. United Way of the Inland Valleys 20 Year Member Since 1991 ABC Child Care Center Costco Wholesale Extra Space Storage Old Town Tire & Service, LLC Prime Care of Temecula Ramona VNA & Hospice Temecula Dental Group Temecula Valley Fire Equipment Company 15 Year Member Since 1996 American Medical Response Barney’s Tire & Wheel Bob’s Canvas, Inc. Calavo Growers Inc. Chicago Title Escrow Faith Quality Auto Body First Citizens Bank

Lawlor Chiropractic Rancho Dental Richie’s Real American Diner S. Sanders Company Insurance Stutz, Artiano, Shinoff & Holtz, APC Tucalota Springs RV Park Union Bank of California The Walters Management Company 10 Year Member Since 2001 Broadview Mortgage Bucketeer Maintenance, Inc. Camp del Corazon Cutting Edge Staffing Michelle’s Place Women’s Breast Cancer Resource Center Miramonte Winery / Celebration Cellars Rancho Physical Therapy, Inc. RKR Marketing & Advertising The Scotts Company Soroptimist International of Tri-Valley Southern California Telephone Company State Farm Insurance - Rick Douglas Tarbell Realtors - Jody & Ron Mathews 5 Year Member Since 2006 Axene Health Partners, LLC Bank of America Home Loans BJ’S Restaurant BMW of Riverside Brandman University Temecula Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Wildomar Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

Continental Realty CPL-Cable, Pipe & Leak Detection, Inc. Fairfield Inn & Suites Fish House Vera Cruz Fish Window Cleaning Friends of Ronald Reagan Sports Park Golden Eagle Properties - Michael Crawford Great Clips Grubb & Ellis Home Living Solutions LLC Inn at Europa Village Inspect-It 1st Keyways Vineyard & Winery, LLC Konica Minolta Business Solutions Lamar Advertising Larson & Solecki, LLP Law Offices of Barak Berlin McCollum Tax & Financial Modern Ideation Oak Meadows Our Nicholas Foundation P & R Foundation Peltzer Farms Pet Medical Center RipTide Systems Storage Express Temecula Insurance Services Temecula Realty Temecula Valley Players Unique Solutions Wiens Family Cellars Wishes For Children Foundation

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46th Annual Awards Gala chamber

TVCC Urges Passage

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2011 NOMINEES

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he Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce The TVCC will honor the following companies and individuals at he Temecula Chamber Commerce mostAwards cost-effective it 18, must state would like toValley congratulate theof2011 Nomineesother thethan 46ththe Annual Gala on option, February 2012, at Pechanga supported a statewide proposal (SB 617) that on the record why and justify its choice. Currently a for Business, Citizen and Service/Charitable Resort & Casino presented by Community Little Book, Inc. requires a standard impact by analysis regulation’s fiscal will analysis, if any, comes the Awards Organization of theeconomic Year. Nominated memberproposed Winners of each category be announced at the at Annual major regulations be done atstrong the beginning of the process and is not based on uniform standards businesses,for these nominees demonstrate communityendGala. of the regulatory The Chamber believes SB 617 of analysis. involvement in process. management philosophies, everyday Congratulations to the following businesses and individuals for is an important first step toward regulatory reform in Economic growth and prosperity depends on a operations, and leadership. being nominated: California. The Governor signed SB 617 into law. predictable and rational regulatory climate. SB 617 sends

Southwest Healthcare System is Sterling Business of the Year Law Offices of Dennis F. Fabozzi, APC SB 617 reforms the regulatory process by requiring a message to investors and employers that California Nominees Meridian an economic analysis of all major regulations at the Payroll Group taking a meaningful stepWal-Mart in this direction by requiring Metlife more a robust economic analysis Amante & Associates Insurance Solutions, beginning of the regulatory process,Inc. thus providing for major regulations. Service/Charitable Monte De Oro Winery The Beauty Studio transparency and better data on which to base selection Additionally, this bill provides for a more transparent Organization of the Year Temecula Valley Drywall, Inc. process as well *Business Scene Magazine of most cost-effective regulatory alternative. regulatory as oversight for state agencies Nominees The Creative Bar that are involved in the process. All From the Heart Gold This analysis will then drive the development andBusiness of the Year *Financial Accounting Services, Inc. Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County Nominees selection of regulations that fully meet the goals of the Log on to www.SouthwestCA.biz for more information Harvest Team, Inc., Member of Pacific Bostik, Inc. Neighborhood Healthcare underlying statute while having the least negative impact on the Chamber’s efforts to represent the interests of Realty Group Project Touch *The Californian business at all levels of government. on the state’s economy. If the agency adopts anything Leslie A. Doherty, APC, CPA Safe Alternatives for Everyone, Inc. Callaway Vineyard & Winery *Morrison McNabb *Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que Small Business Development Center New Life Ultrasound, Inc. – 3D/4D Imaging Office Depot Susan G. Komen for the Cure Studio Platinum Business of the Year Citizen of the Year Nominees Potamus Press Designs Nicole Albrecht Reliable Practice Consultants Corporation Nominees Steve Amante DCH Auto Group Temecula *Social Media by Joe JCPenney Chris Binkley Take Shape for Life Barbara Langdon McDonald’s Temecula Insurance Services *Lori Marruffo Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac The Valley Business Journal Bruce Nimmo Quality Nissan of Temecula Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Adam A. Ruiz Sam’s Club Bronze Business of the Year Dr. Richard E. Uhler, FAAFP, ABOFP South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Nominees Dane Wunderlich Southern California Edison Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley * As per nomination criteria, these businesses or individuals are not eligible to win.

Make your reservations now for the premier black tie event of the year! Tickets are $125 per person or $1,150 for a table of 10. Sponsorships are still available.

Promote your business at the 2012 Awards Gala Silent Auction! Promote your business at the 2012 Awards Gala Silent Auction! The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala is the party of the year! Join us as we offer the opportunity to promote your business by contributing a product or gift certificate to the Silent Auction packages. Your company will receive recognition in the Silent Auction Program and your business name will be displayed in the Silent Auction area. This event is always a sell-out with over 500 guests in attendance and is a great opportunity to advertise to new customers. The funds raised from this event support the programs and services the Chamber offers to sustain and market the business community. If you would like to participate please contact the Chamber at (951) 676-5090. January • Fe b ruary 201 2 | T e me cula Today | 13


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ark your calendar now for the 3rd Annual Wine Country Classic set for June 22, 2012. Join the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce for a day of networking and golf on the incredible Championship Golf Course at Temecula Creek Inn. All Chamber members, industry leaders, and golfers are encouraged to attend. Interested in being a sponsor and promoting your business at this much anticipated event? For more information on available sponsorships or golf reservations, contact Brooke Nunn at 951-676-5090.

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he tradition of excellence isn’t limited to Temecula. The TVCC travel programs offer a unique way to see the world. Join us as we travel to many beautiful places.

Your trip to Spain awaits you in November 6 – 13, 2012! Begin your journey into a historic land brimming with amazing sights, a warm sunny climate, delicious food, and amazing culture. This trip to Spain offers 7 days at one hotel so you can spend your days relaxing by the pool, visiting local shops, take a stroll on the beach, or enjoy any of the offered tours. The trip highlights and optional tours: a full day tour of 13th Century Alhambra, visit to the Generalife Gardens a UNESCO World Heritage site, a visit to the village of Mijas near the Mediterranean Sea, take a ferry to exotic Morocco, a tour of historic Seville, shopping in Gibraltar, St. Michael’s Cave, and a tour of the cliff top town Rhonda. The Sunny Spain & Costa del Sol tour will have you departing on November 6, 2012 and returning on November 13, 2012. The cost of this incredible trip is $2,399 based on double

occupancy. There is an optional extension of 3 days in Madrid for an additional $649 per person double occupancy. Register today for this incredible trip! A $500 deposit is required to reserve your spot. Not included is the Optional Cancellation Waiver/Trip Insurance for $180 per person ($210 pp if including Madrid extension). For detailed trip information or for any questions please contact Brooke Nunn at (951) 676-5090 or brooke@temecula.org. Discover Tuscanyn October 4 – 13, 2012 Tuscany awaits you with rolling landscapes, savory wines, delicious food, and stunning architecture. On this special journey you will enjoy walking tours in Italy’s most charming towns, visit magnificent historic monuments, and sample mouth-watering cuisine & wines. Travel with ease knowing that Collette Vacations has selected the best hotels, restaurants, and tour guides for your trip. The Discover Tuscany tour will have you departing on October 4, 2012 and returning on October 13, 2012. The cost of this incredible trip is $3,249 based on double occupancy. Price includes: Round Trip Air from San Diego Int’l Airport and Hotel Accommodations. Not included in price: Cancellation waiver and Insurance of $220 per person. During your vacation you will visit Rome, Assisi, Basilica of St. Francis, Montecatini Terme, Siena, Florence, San Gimignano, Winery Tour, and enjoy a Tuscan Feast. Also included with the trip are 13 meals: 8 Breakfasts and 5 Dinners. The deadline to register is April 5, 2012. A $250 deposit is required to reserve your spot. For detailed trip information or for any questions please contact Brooke Nunn at (951) 6765090 or brooke@temecula.org.

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Restaurant Month Participants COVER PHOTO — Scott Salmonsen, Barley & Hops Olde World “Family” Tavern Marti Estabrook, Carl’s Jr Zack Kasmar & Kurtesa Ramirez, The Fishmonger Café Kayley Garbutt, Juice It Up! Andre Perez, Lienzo Charro, Inc. Cory Power, Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que Claudia Cerda, McDonalds Lili Negrete, Scarcella’s Italian Grill Denise Sutterfield, Callaway Vineyard & Winery Sally & Gary Myers, Sizzler/BMW Mgmt. Jack & Linda Williams, Riches Real American Diner Gary Gilleon, Professional Golfers Career College

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n a year that saw the tourism industry gradually recover from the abyss it fell into in the recession years, some markets surpassed every analyst’s expectation, drawing more travelers of all kinds into their fast-changing environs with an aggressive push to get back on track. After New York and Chicago, Southern California experienced near double digit growth in REVPAR (Revenue Per Available Room–an industry benchmark indicator). Propelled by major tourist attractions, beaches, convention centers, trade shows and new-age businesses, Los Angeles and San Diego witnessed an uptrend in demand. Meanwhile, nestled between the populous L.A. And the vastness of San Diego, the Inland Valley, which saw the sharpest decline during the recession, had somehow managed to come back faster than its geographical counterpart, Orange county.   Beyond the morning mist, where the sun shines bright and warm, is the gateway to this Valley – Temecula. Buoyed by its major attractions that include over 40 wineries, classy Golf Courses, sporting venues, Promenade Mall, local Corporations, Old Town and The Pechanga Casino’s entertainment, Temecula buried the recessionary numbers in its history. What also benefited the hotel industry in this region is the limited supply. With just a handful of newly constructed supply, Inland Valley hotels almost had a free run at the inflow of travelers. With year-over-year occupancy growth in every month this year, Temecula’s hotels have seen a revival in occupied rooms with activities such as summer nights concerts, weddings and sporting events not only filling up weekends but also some of the weekdays. It’s ideal location between L.A. And San Diego makes it a close-to-home vacation hotspot with loads to offer to every type of tourist. It’s next challenge, is the ADR (Average Daily Rate) which is still struggling below the $100 mark. While the nation’s average in October reported increases in all three key performance metrics, according to data from www.str.com (Smith Travel Research), with occupancy rising 2.9 percent to 63.1 percent, average daily rate up 3.9 percent to $104.99 and revenue per available room up 7.0 percent to US$66.20, Temecula fared quite well with 65.4% Occupancy, $95.64 ADR and $62.52 RevPar for the same month. Evidently, there is ground to gain for the city to beat the nation’s average in rate and RevPar. However, things do look bright for 2012 despite the current economic and financial climate. Occupancy will continue to surge according to TravelClick, STR and other leading analysts whereas ADR will see moderate gains. The limited supply

scenario will continue well into 2012 as bargain acquisitions will attract smart investors over the prospect of new construction. Temecula’s hotels are gearing up for another exciting year as the city experiences business development, community expansion, global recognition and sunny skies. So far, Temecula has found the right blend with its ‘Old Traditions and New Opportunities’. By Kunal Khandwala, General Manager, Holiday Inn Express Temecula

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f you had the chance to envision the future of Jefferson Avenue located in Temecula, what would it look like? Would it consist of multiple story professional offices, modern housing or art galleries? How about the importance of walkability or mass transit? If you were asked how to revitalize this aging commercial area, would you have some ideas? This is exactly the task at hand for various stakeholders interested in the Jefferson Avenue Study Area. Led by the Jefferson Corridor Ad Hock Subcommittee Mayor Ron Roberts and Council Member Jeff Comerchero, the City of Temecula is embarking on envisioning the future renewal of this eclectic 560 acre area. The Jefferson Avenue area has the potential to capitalize on its visual window from I-15, its location next to Murrieta Creek along with the backdrop of the lush hillside to the west. “It is with an eye towards the future that the City of Temecula is developing a new, community based, long-term visioning process designed to ensure and promote livability, mobility, sustainability and prosperity for the Jefferson Avenue” states Mayor Ron Roberts. The Jefferson Avenue Study Area, which is currently characterized by a mix of light industrial, office and strip commercial centers, most of which was constructed under old County zoning standards, is located immediately north of the Old Town area in Temecula. Many long time residents of Temecula and the surrounding areas likely remember the “good ol’ days” of Jefferson Avenue, when businesses along this stretch of road were vibrant and thriving. After all, Jefferson Avenue was once a part of Old Highway 395, and this area was the city’s first true commercial core, complete with a grocery store, barber shop and other establishments. It was one of the only places where residents could shop for every day goods and services. But a lot has changed since the “good ol’ days.” The old Stater Brother’s grocery store has since closed shop, and development and growth began to occur elsewhere in the city. 18 | Tem ec ul a Today | Janua ry • F e b r ua ry 201 2

Over the past 20 years, the Jefferson Avenue Study Area has been long over-looked, as other areas of the City, such as the Promenade Mall and Old Town, have since taken the limelight. But the time has come for the Jefferson Avenue Study Area to shine again. It is time for a new beginning. Temecula City Council Member Jeff Comerchero encourages the public to get involved and think of the Jefferson Corridor as a blank slate. “The public visioning workshops will be critical to studying the area’s opportunities and developing strategic policies that promote economic development, enhance property values and contribute to the long term health of our local economy” says Comerchero. The City held its first couple Jefferson Avenue Study Area Visioning Workshops this past October and December to get feedback from the community on their future vision for the area. As part of the visioning exercise, participants were asked, “How do you imagine this area’s look and feel, it’s character, and It’s Identity over the next 15-30 years?” And these will not be the only questions asked. There are four more visioning workshops that will take place over the next 9 months, to fully develop the future vision. These future workshops will seek community feedback on topics such as urban design, land use, alternative transportation opportunities and “placemaking,” or strategies that will create a defined sense-of-place and identity for the area. This community-identified vision will paint a clear picture of where the community would like to go in the future, and will set the stage for the development of a future Specific Plan. The Specific Plan will be the tool used to bring the community identified vision to fruition, and will present exciting opportunities to spur the area’s future revitalization. For more information on Jefferson Avenue and how you can get involved, contact Katie Innes, City of Temecula at (951) 506-5198 or visit www.cityoftemecula.org.


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s a business owner and family member, planning for retirement is probably a top priority for you. Do you know how much money you need to retire? Are you concerned that you may outlive your money? Are you concerned about what a chronic health care need could have on your family and finances? Your retirement is the dream for you and your family’s future. Proper planning and protection of that dream are crucial to help make it a reality. Preserve you and your family’s choices A long-term care insurance policy can help protect and preserve income and assets you have worked so hard to accumulate by providing benefits to cover the costs of a wide spectrum of long term care services. Long-term care is substantial assistance from another individual to perform 2 or more activities of daily living (ADLs) such as: Bathing, Eating, Dressing, Toileting, Transferring, and Continence or substantial supervision due to a severe cognitive impairment such as Alzheimer’s disease. With the advances in home care services, many people needing long-term care may actually be able to stay at home, with or near families, and still get the professional care they need. Long-term care insurance allows your family to be there to love you, instead of worrying about the financial, emotional and physical toll of providing care for you. Whether at home, in an adult day care center or a residential care facility, you and your family can maintain control of your options and your lifestyle. Protect your retirement plan As the population ages and Americans are living longer than ever before, the need for long-term care services has emerged as an important element to a comprehensive retirement plan. Do you have enough in your retirement to pay for the high cost of long-term care services? Without a proper long-term care plan in place, your assets and income can be notably depleted. This could leave you and your family in a difficult financial situation. You may want to think about transferring some of the financial risk. With long-term care insurance, you will have peace of mind, knowing that you have taken control to help protect your hard earned retirement assets. Begin your plan now The sooner you begin your long-term care planning, the better. The cost of waiting can be expensive in several ways. Generally the younger you are when you purchase long-term care insurance, the lower the premiums will cost. As you age, typically premiums are higher if you purchase an equivalent 20 | Tem ec ul a Today |Ja n uary • F e b r uary 201 2

policy and you may qualify for a lesser class rating due to health changes. You could pay thousands more in premium over the life of the policy, just by waiting a few years to purchase. Or, you may not be able to qualify for coverage at all. By waiting you may not have coverage in place when you need it most. With long life comes long-term planning. Make a plan for you and your family today. For more information on long-term care insurance, please contact Jean Diaz Agent, New York Life Insurance Company CA license #OH40614 at 760-798-9433 An insurance agent will contact you. The purpose of this piece is solicitation of insurance. New York Life Insurance Company’s individual tax qualified Long-Term Care Insurance policies are issued on policy form series ILTC-5000 (CA) (1001) and INH5000 (CA) (1001). The policy(s) have exclusions/limitations. For cost and complete details of coverage, please call or write your insurance agent or the company.


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Real Estate, Real Estate Commercial / Industrial Canear Real Estate Curtis Doss 43020 Blackdeer Loop #202 Temecula,CA 92590 (951) 693-0811 www.Canear.com Electrician, Fire Alarms Carter Brothers David Holt 565 W. Lambert Road, #E Brea,CA 92821 (714) 674-0346 www.CarterBrothers.com Advertising, Marketing, Radio Stations Clear Channel Radio Temecula Kevin Lein 27349 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. 116 Temecula,CA 92590 (951) 296-9050 www.Q1033.com Storage Clinton Keith Self Storage Celeste Ducharme 24781 Clinton Keith Road Wildomar,CA 92595 (951) 304-3700 www.CKSelfStorage.com Employee Benefits Creative Management Resources DeAnna Meetze 43015 Blackdeer Loop, Ste. 101 Temecula,CA 92590 (951) 296-9858 http://www.cmrca.net Home Building, Real Estate Development D.R. Horton Terri Smith 2280 Wardlow Circle, Ste. 100 Corona,CA 92880 (951) 272-9000 drhorton.com Advertising, Signs Deadline Media, Inc. Chris Beall 42075 Remington Avenue, # 107 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 699-9214 www.DeadlineMedia.com Credit Card Processing deMAXio Merchant Sevices Scott Hardy 27393 Ynez Road, #252 Temecula,CA 92591 (855) 638-9607 www.deMAXio.com

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Auto Sales Dream Car Auto Sales Kevin Nunn 26111 Ynez Rd Ste. B17 Temecula,CA 92591 (951)587-4167 www.dreamcarautosales.com Asphalt, Paving & Seal Coating, Construction Fuller Paving and Development. Inc. Michelle Fuller PO Box 162 Vista,CA 92085 (760) 451-0181 www.FullerPavingInc.com Beauty Supply, Retail Ginal, LLC Onur Aytacoglu 18 Technology Drive #166 Irvine,CA 92618 (949) 468-7047 http://www.Ginalli.com Dance Instruction, Fitness Clubs Gravity X Dance Kelli Collins 32235 Mission Trail Road, Ste. 3,4,5 Lake Elsinore,CA 92530 (951) 674-8822 http://www.GravityXDance.com Medical Graybill Medical Group Teresa Collins 31537 Rancho Pueblo Rd, # 102 Temecula,CA 92592 (866) 228-2236 http://www.Graybill.org Hardware Handle It Wayne Thornhill Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 234-2612 www.Handles2You.com Tile - Dealers, Mfrs & Distrs Hands On Tile Tommy Lahood 29821 Via Sevilla Temecula,CA 92591 (909) 772-6165 www.HandsonTile.com Grocers - Retail Harvest 2U Don Webber 30520 Rancho California Road, Ste. 107-39 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 760-6570 www.Harvest2U.com

Contractors - Grading, Contractors - Hillside Repair Heiller Construction, Inc Steve Turnbow 27475 Ynez Rd #649 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 694-8623 www.Hillside-Repair.com Energy Products & Service, Solar Products HelioPower Billie Rafferty 25767 Jefferson Avenue Murrieta,CA 92562 (951) 677-7755 www.Heliopower.com Balloon Décor Helium Creations George Borja Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 551-6287 www.heliumcreations.com Window Cleaning Horizon Window Care Tony Rodriguez 27472 Ynez Road #732 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 240-0026 www.HorizonWindowCare.com Construction, Contractors J and J Builders Jonathon Wantink 39250 Corte Tesoro Murrieta,CA 92563 (951) 265-2544 Manufacturing Joyous Designs Ian Sultan 26253 Lawrence Union Drive Murrieta,CA 92563 (951) 304-3849 www.isultan.com Marketing, Promotional Items JD Promotions Jason Hope Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 675-9240 www.JDPromos.com Attorneys Kelly, Lytton & Williams, LLP John Messina 24910 Las Brisas, Ste. #102 Murrieta,CA 92562 (951) 894-7332 www.klwpartners.com


member Plastic Surgery LLUHC Plastic Surgery Center Cherl Tidwell 28078 Baxter Road, Ste. 510 Murrieta,CA 92563 (951) 686-2252 www.LLUPlasticSurgery.com

Real Estate Mortgage Loans Prime Lending Mike O’Dell 1250 Corona Pointe Court, #309 Corona,CA 92879 (951) 415-6920 www.PrimeLending.com

Business Development, Internet Marketing Main Street Marketing Makeover Carole Hodges 855 S. Main Avenue, Ste. K #179 Fallbrook,CA 92028 (760) 695-4127 www. MainStreetMarketingMakeover. com

Market Rancho Fruit Market Tom Bevell 28670 Old Town Front Street Temecula,CA 92590 (951) 676-5519

Weight Loss Medifast Weight Control Centers Amy Pittman 27450 Ynez Road #316 Temecula,CA 92592 (951) 294-9031 www.MedifastCenters.com Restaurant Michael Mandellas “It’s All Good” Bar & Grill John Lutzke 41653 Margarita Road Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 296-3399 www.Itsallgoodbarandgrill.com Day Spa Services Andrea Juck 32467 Temecula Parkway, Bldg. F-102 Temecula,CA 92592 (951) 358-9110 www.MySerenityDaySpa AndWaxExperts.com Financial Services, Insurance New York Life Jean Diaz, John Enright 818 Genoa Way San Marcos,CA 90278 (760) 798-9433 www.NewYorkLife.com Construction NPG Paving Sharon Nelson 1354 Jetway Perris,CA 92571 (951) 940-0200 Wineries Palumbo Family Vineyard & Winery Cindy Palumbo 40150 Barksdale Circle Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 676-7900 Limousines, Transportation Pick a Theme Limousine Theresa House Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 240-7772 www.PickaThemeLimousine.com

Business Consulting RCS Group Roland Skumawitz 45115 Tiburcio Drive Temecula,CA 92592 (951)541-4093 Copiers, Document Scanning Creative Management Resources Sharp Business Systems John Pulver 1325 Corona Point Corona,CA 92879 (951) 547-1009 www.sd.sharp-sbs.com Salon Randy Sinnett 32467 Temecula Parkway Temecula,CA 92592 (951) 235-9223 www.SolaSalonStudios.com

Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy Temecula Valley Therapy Services Dave Utley 41769 Enterprise Circle N. #104105 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 303-8255 www.TemeculaTherapy.com Art Gallery, Jewelry Tori Art on Fire Tori Daniels 41655 Reagan Way, Ste. J Murrieta,CA 92562 (951) 675-0157 www.TorisFire.com

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www.PlumberTemecula.com Entertainment Win-Win Entertainment, Inc. Renale Williams 23311 Stony Creek Way Moreno Valley,CA 92557 (951) 581-7260 www.WinWinEnt.net Property Management Wright Management Services, Inc. Jude Pisanelli One Better World Circle, #300 Temecula,CA 92590 (951)308-2026 www.WrightManagement Services.com

Recreation WB Productions Karen Bowen PO Box 1868 Fallbrook,CA 92088 (951) 506-0534 www.Y-Events.com

Air Conditioning / Heating Xtreme Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Mark Born 42245 Remington Avenue, #B1 Temecula,CA 92590 (951)698-3600 www.XtremeHeatingAir.com

Air Conditioning / Heating, Plumbing Wells Plumbing, Heating & Air, Inc. Coleen Wells 30951 Sawgrass Court Temecula,CA 92592 (951) 591-5060

Attorneys, Attorneys - Personal Injury, Legal Service Zucker Law Firm - A Professional Corporation, The Andrew Zucker 43434 Business Park Drive Temecula,CA 92590 (951) 699-2100

Security Services - Loss Prevention SSD Systems (Security Signal Devices, Inc.) Edith Carrillo 11031 Via Frontera #B San Diego,CA 92127 (858) 675-8139 www.ssdsystems.com Fire & Water Damage Restoration, Flood Services Superior Cleaning & Restoration Jessica Lewis 29690 Longhorn Drive Canyon Lake,CA 92587 (951) 663-4040 www.SuperiorCleaning.net Restaurant Sushi Boat Mark Kim 40820 Winchester #1020 Temecula,CA 92591 (951) 764-9705 Telecommunications, Telephone Equipment & Systems Sutherland Networks Kaelan Sutherland 32970 Terrace Drive Temecula,CA 92592 (951) 541-4201 www.SutherlandNetworks. com

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce celebrates each new member with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony. Or, if you are an existing member and move locations let the business community know with a ribbon cutting. Contact the Membership Department to learn more call 951-676-5090.

Lienzo Charro Genaro Ornelas 29000 Old Town Front Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 699-2540

Pacific Marine Credit Union Sandra Salazar 40325 Winchester Rd Temecula, CA 92591 (760) 430-7511 www.pmcu.com

DIY Tool Rental Joseph Luizzi 40335 Winchester Rd Ste. J Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 237-6111

Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. Ryan Terry 26443 Ynez Rd Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 296-0048 www.HobbyLobby.com

Tori Art on Fire Tori Daniels 41655 Reagan Way, Ste. J Murrieta, CA 92562 (951) 675-0157 www.TorisFire.com

Handle It Wayne Thornhill Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 234-2612 www.Handles2You.com

Michael Mandellas “It’s All Good” Bar & Grill John Lutzke 41653 Margarita Rd Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 296-3399 www.ItsAllGoodBarandGrill.com

Wine Country Wedding Chapel Marti Scott 41973-B 6th Street Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 760-3399 www.WineCountryWeddingChapel.com

Sharp Business Systems John Pulver 1325 Corona Point Corona, CA 92879 (951) 547-1009 www.sd.sharp-sbs.com

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Above & Beyond Beauty Academy Mortgage Corporation AFLAC Alexander Pacific Electrical Contractors Baron’s Market Place Best for Less Tires Big Fogg, Inc. Big Horse Feed & Mercantile Black Knight Termite & Pest Control Bryant Insurance and Financial Services Buckles Restoration California State University San Marcos California T’s Screen Printing & Embroidery Californian, The Callaway Vineyard & Winery Care Animal Hospital Cell Zone Chicago Title Escrow Comfort Keeper’s Community Hospice Services ConsultaTech Crown Hill Consulting Group Inc. Dan Mulhern Design - VYP Danza del Sol Winery Diane L. Anderson, D.D.S. Dogtopia of Temecula Elite Community Management Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Esther N. Phahla, CPA Fairfield Inn & Suites Faith Quality Auto Body Golden West Biologicals, Inc. Great Clips Hearts Home Farm Hobby Town USA Hoffmans, Jim

Impact Marketing & Design, Inc. Inland Eye Specialists J. DeArmond Design - VYP Joe Grays Plumbing John Hine Temecula Mazda Jolene C. Diez DDS, Inc. KATY 101.3 FM Keyways Vineyard & Winery, LLC Kid’s World Lennar Homes Lieberg, Oberhansley, Strohmeyer & Garn, LLP LSL, CPA’s Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que McCabe’s Nursery & Landscape Construction Metlife Minuteman Press Mission Oaks National Bank Mount Palomar Winery Mt. San Jacinto College -Temecula Education Complex Murrieta Auto Collision Murrieta-Temecula Property Managers Pacific Trust Bank Pechanga Development Corporation Peltzer Farms Pet Medical Center Premier Marketing PROCRAFT Promenade Auto Spa ProSites, Inc. Rancho California Water District Rancho Family Medical Group Rancon Real Estate - Felicia & Janene Hogan

Rightway Portable Toilets, Temp. Power, Storage Containers, Septic Pumping Rotary Club of Temecula S. Sanders Company Insurance Scarcella’s Italian Grill Scotts Company, The Service Master Total Restoration South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Southwest Restoration, Inc. Special Olympics Southern California Temecula Valley Area State Farm Insurance - Rick Douglas Stater Bros. Market Stater Bros. Market Sterling at Vintage Hills Sycamore Terrace Apartments Take Shape for Life Temecula Olive Oil Company Temecula Public Cemetery Temecula United Soccer Temecula Valley Communications, Inc. (DBA & TVC) Temecula Valley Drywall, Inc. Timberlake Painting Titan Auto Insurance Tom’s Foreign Autohouse, Inc. Toward Maximum Independence Uhler Spine Sports Medicine & Family Practice Clinic Valley Events Vina De Lestonnac Ministry Center Wahoo’s Fish Taco Western Fire Company, Inc. Wong Johnson & Associates

Chamber Calendar January 2012 retirement options as a business owner or sole proprietor”

at Barley & Hops Olde World “Family” Tavern

Friday, Jan 6 8:00am Coffee Connection

Wednesday, Jan 11 8:00am – Membership Committee Meeting 9:00am – Advocacy Meeting

Thursday, Jan 19 SBDC Quickbooks Counseling 1:00pm – SCORE

Tuesday, Jan 10 12:00pm –Business Success Forum : “Retirement Dream Building; Understanding your

Thursday, Jan 12 1:00pm – SCORE Wednesday, Jan 18 5:30pm – Networking Mixer

Thursday, Jan 5 1:00pm – SCORE 4:00pm – New Member Reception

Wednesday, Jan 25 7:30am - Networking Breakfast @ BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse SBDC Counseling

Thursday, Jan 26 7:30am – TVCC Board Meeting 1:00pm - SCORE Friday, Jan 27 9:00am – Professional Development Series “Marketing” Tuesday, Jan 31 8:00am – Industry Networking “RealEstate/Home Buying”

Chamber Calendar February 2012 Wednesday, Feb 1 9:00am – SBDC Workshop “Get the Tax Facts Strait” Thursday, Feb 2 9:00am – Ambassador Training 4:00pm – New Member Reception

Wednesday, Feb 8 SBDC Counseling 8:00am – Membership Committee Meeting 9:00am – Advocacy Meeting

Friday, Feb 3 8:00am – Coffee Connection

Tuesday, Feb 9 9:00am – Professional Development Series “Marketing” 1:00pm –SCORE

Tuesday, Feb 7 12:00pm – Power Networking Workshop

Tuesday, Feb 14 12:00pm –Business Success Forum: “Branding Your Business”

Wednesday, Feb 15 5:30pm –Networking Mixer @ Provident Bank Thursday, Feb 16 SBDC Quickbooks Counseling 1:00pm –SCORE Saturday, Feb 18 TVCC Awards Gala @ Pechanga Resort & Casino

Wednesday, Feb 22 SBDC Counseling 7:30am – Networking Breakfast @ BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse

Thursday, Feb 23 7:30am – TVCC Board Meeting Thursday, Feb 24 9:00am – Professional Development Series “Marketing” Tuesday, Feb 28 11:30 – Ambassador Luncheon

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2011 Vote Record: State Legislators Score PErfect Vote Record

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he Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce announces its regional legislators’ vote record on the most important state issues tracked by the Chamber in 2011. “In collaboration with our regional advocacy coalition, the Southwest California Legislative Council, we worked closely with our area legislators to make sure the business voice was represented at the statewide level of government,” stated Alice Sullivan, CEO of the Temecula Valley Chamber. “It is important that we hold our legislators accountable to the issues impacting our regional business community. We want to thank all of our legislators for voting with the Temecula business community 100% of the time in 2011. Supporting what is best for our local economy was priority number one for each of them,” continued Sullivan.

The Chamber lobbied during the 2011 legislative year for our legislators to oppose 20 legislative proposals and support 10 legislative proposals. To reach the “Percentage FOR pro-jobs legislation,” the Chamber tallied the number of times our legislator’s final votes were with the Chamber’s position on each proposal and divided that total by the total number of proposals in which each legislator voted. A legislative proposal is not figured into the vote record percentage if a legislator, for whatever reason, did not vote or if the proposal failed before the legislator had an opportunity to vote. The Governor’s final decision on whether or not the legislative proposal becomes law is also included. Log on to www.SouthwestCA.biz for more information.

Summary of Votes FOR pro-jobs legislation

AGAINST jobs legislation

AGAINST jobs legislation

State Senator Joel Anderson

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State Senator Bill Emmerson

14

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100%

Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries

12

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100%

Assembly Member Brian Nestande

14

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Governor Jerry Brown

5

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71%

Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce 2011 Vote Record AB 22 (Mendoza – D) Employment: Credit Reports Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson.................. OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown................................SIGNED AB 52 (Feuer – D) Health Care Coverage: Rate Approval Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A

AB 135 (Hagman – R) State Air Resources Board: Membership Temecula Chamber Position................ SUPPORT State Senator Joel Anderson................ SUPPORT State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............ SUPPORT Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....... SUPPORT Assembly Member Brian Nestande.... SUPPORT Governor Jerry Brown..............................VETOED AB 153 (Skinner – D) Board of Equalization: Administration: Retailer Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson.............................N/A State Senator Bill Emmerson . .........................N/A Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries...NOT VOTING Assembly Member Brian Nestande...NOT VOTING Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A AB 208 (Fuentes – D) Land Use: Subdivision Maps: Expiration Dates Temecula Chamber Position................ SUPPORT State Senator Joel Anderson................ SUPPORT State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............ SUPPORT

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Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....... SUPPORT Assembly Member Brian Nestande.... SUPPORT Governor Jerry Brown................................SIGNED AB 325 (Lowenthal B – D) Employee’s Right to Bereavement Leave Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown..............................VETOED AB 350 (Solorio – D) Displaced Janitor Opportunity Act Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A


legislative AB 375 (Skinner – D) Workers’ Compensation: Hospital Employees: Presumption Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries...NOT VOTING Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A AB 401 (Ammiano – D) Charter Schools Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson.............................N/A State Senator Bill Emmerson............................N/A Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A AB 685 (Eng – D) State Water Policy: Regional Water Management Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson.............................N/A State Senator Bill Emmerson . .........................N/A Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.....NOT VOTING Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A AB 834 (Hernandez – D) Local Government Contracts Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson.............................N/A State Senator Bill Emmerson............................N/A Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A AB 1155 (Alejo – D) Workers’ Compensation Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown..............................VETOED SB 116 (De Leon – D) Income Taxes: Credits: Single Sales Factor Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....................N/A Assembly Member Brian Nestande.................N/A Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A SB 252 (Vargas – D) Public Contracts: Personal Services Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson.................. OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A SB 460 (Price – D) International Trade Marketing and Promotion Temecula Chamber Position................ SUPPORT

State Senator Joel Anderson................ SUPPORT State Senator Bill Emmerson............... SUPPORT Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....................N/A Assembly Member Brian Nestande.................N/A Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A SB 469 (Vargas – D) Land Use: Development Project Review: Superstores Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE State Senator Bill Emmerson . ............... OPPOSE Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE Governor Jerry Brown..............................VETOED

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SB 653 (Steinberg – D) Local Taxation: Counties: School Districts Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson.............................N/A State Senator Bill Emmerson . .... NOT VOTING Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....................N/A Assembly Member Brian Nestande.................N/A Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A SB 931 (Evans – D) Payroll Cards Temecula Chamber Position................... OPPOSE State Senator Joel Anderson................... OPPOSE

SB 475 (Wright – D) Infrastructure Financing

State Senator Bill Emmerson.................. OPPOSE

Temecula Chamber Position................ SUPPORT

Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries.......... OPPOSE

State Senator Joel Anderson................ SUPPORT

Assembly Member Brian Nestande....... OPPOSE

State Senator Bill Emmerson............... SUPPORT

Governor Jerry Brown..............................VETOED

Assembly Member Kevin Jeffries....................N/A Assembly Member Brian Nestande.................N/A Governor Jerry Brown.........................................N/A

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