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Michael Cahill Branch Manager

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Michael Cahill Branch Manager

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Myrna Crowther Sr. Loan Officer

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41540 WinchesterSr.Rd,Loan Ste. Officer A, Temecula, CA 92590 951-775-4884 951-294-5294 NMLS: 632943

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41540 Winchester Rd, Ste. A, Temecula, CA 92590 951-294-5294

PrimeLending, PrimeLending, aa PlainsCapital PlainsCapital Company, Company, isis an an equal equal opportunity opportunity employer employer and and ensures ensures that that all all applicants applicants will will receive receive consideration consideration for for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic, pregnancy or any other status as protected employment without regard by federal, state or local law.to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, disability, genetic, pregnancy or any other status as protected

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26790 Ynez Court, Temecula, CA 92591 Phone: 951.676.5090 Fax: 951.694.0201 Email: info@temecula.org Web: www.temecula.org

OFFICERS Chairman — Jerry Konchar Pechanga Development Corporation Immediate Past Chair — Jeff Kurtz Promenade Temecula 1st Vice Chair — Brian Connors Southwest Healthcare System 2nd Vice Chair — Kim Kelliher Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle Treasurer — Leslie Doherty Leslie Doherty, CPA, APC Secretary — Janet Scott CNN Mortgage

DIRECTORS

Tony Berardino - Cornerstone E & S Insurance Services Tom Demott - Temecula Creek Inn Soledad Escobedo - Pacific Western Bank LouEllen Ficke - Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley Kimberly Freize-Uhler - Clear Blue Promotions Jann Gentry - Gentry Studio Dawn Knight - Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta Crystal Magon - South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Tammy Marine - Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Lori Marruffo - Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Jeff Powell - Abbott Robert Rosenstein - The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Associates Al Rubio - DCH Auto Group Jackie Steed - Reliable Realty, Inc. Linda Wunderlich - The Valley Business Journal

MANAGEMENT TEAM

Alice Sullivan, President CEO Laura Turnbow, Chief Operations Officer Katie Cook, Membership Director Kara Hotz, VYP Coordinator, Membership Coordinator Jack Clark, Membership Sales Associate Jennifer Cloud, Special Events Director Brooke Nunn, Events Coordinator Candice Russell, Events Coordinator Emily Pulley, Director of Public Relations Jeanette Kristensen, Resource Coordinator Lynn Collett, Resource Coordinator

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IN THIS ISSUE

4 Students of the Year........................................................................ pg. 6 City News..................................................................................... pg. 10 Chamber News............................................................................ pg. 14 SWCLC........................................................................................ pg. 15 Experience What’s New in 2016........................................................ pg.

Go online to www.temecula.org to read the full issue of the Temecula Today.

CHAIRMAN’S ELITE CIRCLE MEMBERS

COMMITTEES

SWC LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL Chair — Don Murray, Commerce Bank Consultant — Gene Wunderlich MEMBERSHIP SERVICES Chair — Robin Johnson, Law office of Robin Johnson SC MANUFACTURING COUNCIL Chair — Jeff Powell & Jim Oesterling, Abbott Vascular VYP

Leadership Chair – Nicole Farnum, Brandman University

CONTRIBUTORS

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TEMECULA VALLEY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WINE COUNTRY Over 40 wineries spread across 1,300 acres of vines in Temecula Valley Wine Country. Each year more wineries open with the promise of new wines for visitors to enjoy. As the region grows, farmers, winemakers and entrepreneurs are attracted to the promise of the region. Fazeli Cellars opened January 2016 as a modern-Moorish winery; the wines’ roots run deep with ancient tradition of Persia. The Cave at Oak Mountain Winery recently opened the first wine cave in Southern California for touring, tasting and dining. Avensole Winery & Marketplace opened last February with a wine bar, craft beer bar, tasting room, and restaurant. Europa Village prelude tasting room is an old favorite to visitors in wine country, now their 45-acre vision of Old World European ambiance with wineries, restaurants, retail shops and spa will break ground in 2016. A new winery and farm-to-table restaurant will begin to plant 53 acres of wine grapes this spring and early summer. The new vineyard is the first component of a yet-to-be-named, experiential wine and food centered destination. The SIP 2016 Temecula Valley Weekday Wine Tasting Passport is now available. The Passport provides award-winning wine tasting at five wineries for $45 per person. Tickets can be purchased online under events at http://www.temeculawines.org.

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Visitors find they need to stay multiple days to fully experience Temecula Valley, and overnight accommodations are just minutes away from everything there is to do. For history lovers, Hotel Temecula recently opened its doors to its historical 1891 building in Old Town Temecula. All the décor has been preserved and restored to its original condition. La Quinta Inn & Suites recently installed new carpets in its 56-spacious guest rooms, and added new tile and furniture to its lobby and breakfast room. Best Western Country Inn is renovating its 74 spacious guestrooms and baths with completion this May. Pechanga Resort recently broke ground on a $285 million expansion. When complete, visitors to Pechanga Resort & Casino will enjoy a resort-style pool complex, two new restaurants, a new two-story spa, and a new luxury 568-room/suite hotel wing. Promenade Temecula shopping mall proposed a new Main Street-style open-air plaza adjacent Macy’s for high-end retailers and restaurants. New restaurants include Kelsey’s Bar & Grill at Pechanga and Annata Bistro at Mount Palomar Winery. Kelsey’s is newly reinvented, serving slow-smoked, braised, fine-cut, aged meats and 40+ micro/craft beers on-tap. Annata Bistro opened early January with a Mediterraneaninspired menu and wine country views.


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John Kelliher has been appointed by Gov. Jerry Brown to the California Travel and Tourism Commission. Kelliher said the governor was looking for somebody to represent Inland Southern California on the commission, also known as Visit California. It is a nonprofit organization that markets the state to the rest of the world. “It’s recognized that as a region we’re becoming more and more important to California’s tourism,” Kelliher said. “When there are opportunities to promote all of California by interweaving some information about some of the cool assets here in the Inland Empire, I think I’m better qualified to pull that to the front than anyone else.” Kelliher and his wife, Kim, founded Grapeline Wine Tours in 2002 to get visitors to local wineries. John said it was always envisioned as a multibranch operation. It now serves Santa Barbara, Paso Robles, Sonoma Valley and Napa Valley as well. In 2007 the Kellihers launched Stryder Transportation to provide corporate and leisure conveyance with a fleet of sedans, limiusines, SUVs, and buses.

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South Coast Winery Resort & Spa

34843 Rancho California Road, Temecula The 10th Annual Women In Business event will take place at the beautiful South Coast Winery Resort & Spa. Join the TVCC for an event that focuses on providing an opportunity for women to network with each other, find resources, mentor others and receive additional education and support. We look forward to seeing your business represented at this great event. Many sponsorships are available. Be on the lookout for more information. If you are interested in participating as a sponsor, exhibitor or event guest please contact Brooke Nunn at brooke@ temecula.org or (951) 676-5090.

Photo & story reprinted from the Press-Enterprise, by Fielding Buck.

Ways to get involved: Sponsorship Opportunities The Glow ball tournament has many levels of sponsorships available to market your business. Starting at $125, there is a sponsorship to fit all budgets. Register to Golf Join us for an exciting evening on the course for a round of 9 holes….in the dark! Each player receives an event souvenir, golf with cart, and banquet dinner. The Glow ball tournament will be held on Friday, September 30, 2016 at Temecula Creek Inn and is unlike any other golf event out there. A four person scramble with nine holes being played at night! The tournament is played with glow-in-the-dark golf balls while the course is lined with various glow sticks. Every golfer needs to experience this tournament at least once in their lifetime. This tournament will fill up quick and space is very limited. Tournament includes golf, dinner and the opportunity to win raffle prizes!

Raffle Prize Donations Not able to sponsor or attend the event? Market your business by donating a prize to one of the raffle packages. This is a great opportunity to reach potential new customers and promote your business name to over 55 golfers.

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STUDENTS OF THE YEAR The 2016 Students of the Year are: Chaparral High School: Liam Gomez Great Oak High School: William Dull Linfield Christian School: Alexis Franks Rancho Christian High School: Deanna Haemin Choi Susan H. Nelson High School: Danielle Sebring Temecula Preparatory School: Madalena Burke Temecula Valley High School: Collin Jacobsen The Student of the Year Breakfast would not be possible without the many sponsors that contribute to the program. The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the sponsors for recognizing the importance of education and the community. 2016 Student of the Year Scholarship Sponsors: Abbott Vascular Beshay Enterprises Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley Riverside County Board of Supervisors, Chuck Washington, 3rd District David Neault Associates, Inc. First Citizens Bank Leslie A. Doherty, CPA, APC Milgard Windows & Doors Mt. San Jacinto College Pacific Western Bank Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac PKC Kuebler, APC, CPA Promenade Temecula Rancho Family Medical Group Sunpro Solar Temecula Valley Toyota

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2016 Student of the Year Gift Sponsors: Abbott Vascular Azusa Pacific University, Murrieta Regional Center Costco Temecula CR&R Environmental Services Foldflops The Linfield Christian School Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta Nash Dental Care Promenade Temecula Temecula Creek Inn Tulips Trophies & Treasures The Chamber would also like to thank the sponsors who contribute to the monthly Student of the Month breakfasts. It is with your generous support that the program has continued for 23 years. 2015-2016 Student of the Month Breakfast Sponsors: Altura Credit Union Azusa Pacific University-Murrieta Regional Center Beshay Enterprises California State University San Marcos David Neault Associates, Inc. Davies Financial Advisors, Inc. Deron Johnson, CPA Gosch Ford Temecula Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta Medline Industries, Inc. Motion Sports MD - Jerry W. Hizon, MD Pacific Western Bank Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Robinson Printing Rotary Club of Temecula Sizzler Restaurant Temecula Valley Toyota Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Walmart Temecula 2015-2016 Student of the Month Gift Sponsors: Altura Credit Union Beshay Enterprises Brunswick Cal Oaks Bowl Carls Jr. Castle Amusement Park

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Charley’s Grilled Subs Clear Blue Promotions Jersey Mike’s Subs Lake Elsinore Storm Baseball McDonald’s Temecula Mulligan Family Fun Center Promenade Temecula Richie’s Real American Diner Robinson Printing Save The Animals Today Shakey’s Pizza Parlor Sizzler Restaurant Sunpro Solar/Rock Fitness Center Temeku Cinemas Temecula Olive Oil Company Temecula Valley Hospital Texas Road House Which Wich Superior Sandwiches The Chamber would like to convey their sincere gratitude to the many dignitaries who support this program: Congressman Ken Calvert, 42nd District Congressman Duncan Hunter, 50th District Senator Jeff Stone, 28th District Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, 67th District Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, 75th District Riverside County Board of Supervisors, Chuck Washington, 3rd District Supervisor Mayor Pro Tem Maryann Edwards, City of Temecula Kenneth Young, Riverside County Superintendent of Schools Timothy Ritter, TVUSD Superintendent A special thank you to the media sponsors for assisting in promoting this event. 2015-2016 Media Sponsors: City of Temecula Mayor Pro Tem Maryann Edwards, City of Temecula CR&R Environmental Services Group One Production David & Karen La Pointe, La Pointe Wealth Management Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Temecula Valley Unified School District Time Warner Cable For more information on how to be a part of this amazing program, please call Brooke Nunn at (951) 676-5090 or visit http://temecula.org/studentof-the-month/.


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Andrea Aston Attorney at Law 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C-3, Temecula (760) 758-1565 www.TrustAndEstateLawyer.net

C. Padilla Insurance Agency

(951) 972-3377 https://agents.farmers.com/ca/temecula/ crisma-padilla

Cutka Real Estate/Allison James Estates & Homes 43950 Margarita Rd. Ste. H-1, Temecula (951) 719-6132 www.CutkaRealEstate.com

H2H Personal Home Care 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C-4, Temecula (619) 735-8273

Healthpointe, Inc. 27455 Tierra Alta Way, Ste. A, Temecula (951) 699-8563 www.HealthPointe.net

Help U Sell – Real Estate Sales and Management 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C, Temecula (951) 708-1857 www.HelpUSellTemecula.com

Home Perfect Carpet & Tile Cleaning, Inc. Home Perfect Emergency Services 41548 Eastman Drive, Ste. D, Murrieta (951) 303-1333 www.HomePerfectSoCal.com

Insurance All Stars Agency Tena Caracciolo 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C-1, Temecula (951) 225-1798 www.CaraccioloInsurance.com

Movement Mortgage 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. E, Temecula (951) 473-3340 www.Movement.com

Nana’s Tamales & More… Catering by Michelle Ann 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. H-4, Temecula (951) 337-8814 www.TemeculaTamales.com

Primerica - Glenn & Madeline Plate 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. D, Temecula (858) 335-2517 www.Primerica.com

Sunil Sethi Real Estate 43950 Margarita Road, #J, Temecula (951) 760-8562 www.NeeruSehgal.com

Temecula Valley Fair (951) 389-0216 www.TVFamilyFair.com

Temecula-Murrieta Valley Homes 43950 Margarita Road Ste. H-3, Temecula (951) 675-5414 www.Temecula-MurrietaValleyHomes.com

41530 Enterprise Circle S., Ste. 205, Temecula

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A1 All American Towing Don Maxon 42065 Zevo Drive Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 296-2898 Business Type: Towing - Road Service Acacia Park Apartments Ken Flaherty 29605 Solana Way Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 699-0864 www.acaciaparkapartments.com Business Type: Rentals - Apartments / Residential Agility Consulting & Training Mike Richardson Temecula, CA 92592 (619) 847-5459 www.AgilityCode.com Business Type: Consulting – Business Alliance Urgent Care Phillip Brenton 31150 Temecula Parkway, Ste. 101 Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 692-4660 www.AllianceUrgentCareCA.com Business Type: Urgent Care Anytime Fitness – Coming Soon! Jacob LeClair Rancho California Road & Margarita Road Temecula, CA 92591 (858) 344-1929 Business Type: Fitness Artificial Grass Liquidators, Inc. Rob Hawkes 28071 Diaz Road Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 216-7291 www.ArtificialGrassLiquidators.com Business Type: Artificial Turf Automobile Club of Southern California Westways Magazine Sharon Kellogg 3333 Fairview Road, A327 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 885-1119 www.AAA.com Business Type: Publishers – Magazines Ballast Point Brewing and Spirits Whitney Morgan 28551 Rancho California Road Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 676-5544 www.BallastPoint.com Business Type: Restaurants, Food & Beverages Batteries Plus Bulbs #678 David Harshfield 26475 Ynez Road, Ste. C Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 267-4200 www.BatteriesPlus.com Business Type: Batteries Ron Bradley Temecula, CA 92592 Business Type: Individual

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Gateway Mortgage Group David Juniper 41593 Winchester Road, #200 Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 365-3001 www.GatewayLoan.com/Temecula-ca Business Type: Real Estate Mortgage Loans

Inland Vet Supply Laura Moyer 32785 Temecula Parkway Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 302-3200 www.InlandVetSupply.com Business Type: Pet Supplies

Cheflavor Tahne Green 32119 Temecula Parkway Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 201-3479 www.Cheflavor.com Business Type: Shopping & Retail - Specialty

Great Cuts & Colours Ruby Rodriguez 44066 Margarita Rd. #2 Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 302-9128 www.gretacutsandcolours.com Business Type: Hair Salons

Jazzercise of Temecula Valley Liz Goralski 44060 Margarita Road, Ste. 2 Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 240-5303 www.Jazzercise.com Business Type: Fitness

Colony Home Maintenance and Repair Services, LLC Elia Flores Murrieta, CA 92563 (951) 541-5636 www.ColonyHomeServices.com Business Type: Home, Commercial & Garden – Handyman

H2H Personal Home Care Robert Gamble 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C-4 Temecula, CA 92592 (619) 735-8273 Business Type: Home Health Services

Jettribe Sarah Whitehead 27355 Heim Road Menifee, CA 92584 (951) 246-3147 www.Jettribe.com Business Type: Manufacturing

Custom Concrete Works Patrick Geary Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 365-9206 www.CustomConcrete.Works Business Type: Home, Commercial & Garden – Countertops Cutka Real Estate/Allison James Estates & Homes Lori Cutka 43950 Margarita Rd. Ste. H-1 Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 719-6132 www.cutkarealestate.com Business Type: Real Estate Docs Legal Prep, Inc. Cynthia Davis-Medel 42072 5th Street, Ste. 201 Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 551-1266 www.DocslLegalPrep.com Business Type: Legal Services Early Works Child Development Center Jennifer Ruff 31765 Temecula Parkway Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 694-5132 www.EarlyWorkscdc.com Business Type: Child Care, Schools Executive Plumbing and Drain, Inc. Elia Flores Murrieta, CA 92563 (951) 837-9511 www.ExecutivePD.com Business Type: Plumbing FastSigns of Temecula Chad Addington 28165 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. A Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 695-3278 www.FastSigns.com/581 Business Type: Signs Friends of the Temecula Libraries Maryan Comeaux Temecula, CA 92593 (951) 302-1257 www.FriendsoftheTemeculaLibraries.org Business Type: Organizations / Non-Profits

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Hanson Law Corporation Loyal Hanson 855 S. Main Avenue, K435 Fallbrook, CA 92028 (951) 695-2440 www.HansonLawCorporation.com Business Type: Attorneys - Copyrights / Patents / Trademarks

Karen Allen Salon Karen Nguyen 40770 Winchester Road, Unit 710 Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 506-8898 www.KarenAllenSalon.com Business Type: Hair Salons

Heart of the House Restaurant and Lounge Monica Bustos 27525 Ynez Road Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 541-7431 - Call until open for business www.HeartOfTheHouseInc.com Business Type: Restaurant

Karl Strauss Brewing Company Temecula Stephen Zeeb 40868 Winchester Road Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 225-7960 www.KarlStrauss.com Business Type: Restaurants, Food & Beverage

Help U Sell – Real Estate Sales and Management Dale Machen 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. C Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 708-1857 www.HelpUSellTemecula.com Business Type: Real Estate, Property Management

Les Schwab Scott Borden 43890 Butterfield Stage Road Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 365-7537 www.LesSchwab.com Business Type: Automotive - Sales, Servicing

Hernandez, Ruben Ruben Hernandez P.O. Box 910866 San Diego, CA 92191 (858) 414-0432 Business Type: Individual Hospitality Car Wash & Quick Lube Paul Toor 40495 Winchester Road Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 296-9448 Business Type: Automotive - Car Wash / Detailing, Servicing Hugs Foster Family Agency, Terra Manor, Inc. Victor Cruz 27525 Enterprise Circle West, Ste. 101A Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 695-0888 www.HugsFFA.org Business Type: Organizations / Non-Profits, Foster Care ICM Consulting Solutions Michael Kreeger Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 966-6580 www.ICMConsultingSolutions.com Business Type: Consulting - Business

Magnetic Creative Mia Pitino 41955 Fourth Street, Ste. 300 Temecula, CA 92590 (951) 506-7662 www.Mag.cr Business Type: Advertising & Media Menifee Studios Photography Rick Snider 26025 Newport Road, A#501 Menifee, CA 92584 (951) 551-8721 www.MenifeeStudios.com Business Type: Photography Movement Mortgage Matthew Krueger 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. E Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 473-3340 www.Movement.com Business Type: Real Estate Mortgage Loans National Charity League, Inc., Temecula Valley Chapter Juliet Grossman PO Box 891381 Temecula, CA 92589 (951) 536-3607 www.NCLTemeculaValley.org Business Type: Organizations / Non-Profits


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Strategic Data Center Solutions, LLC Russ Gravett 23811 Washington Avenue, Ste. C110-282 Murrieta, CA 92562 (888) 789-4654 www.StrategicDCSolutions.com Business Type: Computers, IT & Technology

Temecula Valero & Car Wash Enrique 30535 Temecula Parkway Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 225-2822 Business Type: Automotive - Car Wash / Detailing, Gas Station

Waba Grill Ed Cartaya 26490 Ynez Road, #A Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 314-6838 www.WabaGrill.com Business Type: Restaurants, Food & Beverages

Pacific Premier Bank Michael Drapeau 40723 Murrieta Hot Springs Road Murrieta, CA 92562 (951) 461-4411 www.ppbi.com Business Type: Banks

Strunsky Group Geraldine Strunsky Temecula, CA 92591 (760) 832-5297 www.StrunskyGroup.org

Temecula Valley Real Estate - Briana Darby Briana Darby 27290 Madison Avenue Temecula, CA 92590 (803) 295-0406 www.bmarie.kwrealty.com Business Type: Real Estate New Homes / Residential

WFF, Inc. Zurich Solomon Temecula, CA 92592 (310) 691-6587 Business Type: Utilities & Environment, Agriculture

Pala Casino Spa and Resort Scott Anton 11154 Hwy 76 Pala, CA 92059 (877) 946-7252 www.PalaCasino.com Business Type: Entertainment & Events Plexus Worldwide Independent Ambassador - Terri Hurst Terri Hurst Murrieta, CA 92562 (951) 378-9467 www.ShopMyPlexus.com/TerriHurst Business Type: Healthcare & Wellness Primerica - Glenn & Madeline Plate Madeline Plate 43950 Margarita Road, Ste. D Temecula, CA 92592 (858) 335-2517 www.Primerica.com Business Type: Financial Services

Tamraz Organization, LLC, The Tony Tamraz 31938 Temecula Parkway #A380 Temecula, CA 92592 (949) 540-3922 www.TamrazOrg.com Business Type: Real Estate Mortgage Loans TEDxTemecula Jim McLaughlin Temecula, CA 92591 (951) 225-2179 www.TEDxTemecula.com Business Type: Organizations / Non-Profits Temecula Home Loan Center - Supreme Lending Donnie Thomason 43620 Ridge Park Drive, Ste. 210 Temecula, CA 92590 (888) 848-3891 https://www.facebook.com/Supreme-LendingTemecula-187824649401 Business Type: Real Estate Mortgage Loans

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Temecula-Murrieta Valley Homes Lori Hoskins 43950 Margarita Road Ste. H-3 Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 675-5414 www.Temecula-MurrietaValleyHomes.com Business Type: Real Estate New Homes / Residential Tutor Doctor Jeffrey Frichner 42547 Drennon Court Temecula, CA 92592 (951) 428-4100 www.TutorDoctor.com/Temecula Business Type: Tutoring

Williams Data Management Justin Parker 1925 East Vernon Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90058 (888) 478-3453 www.WilliamsDataManagement.com Business Type: Shredding Services, Document Scanning YayWay / Anyone Media Network, Inc. Charles Simmons 26100 Newport Rd. A12, #133 Menifee, CA 92584 (951) 553-4542 www.TheYayWay.com Business Type: Entertainment

Vineyard Place Dayna Spina 41539 Kalmia Street, Ste. 119 Murrieta, CA 92563 (951) 387-8410 www.AnthemMemoryCare.com/Vineyard Business Type: Assisted Living / Residential Care Facility

M E M B E R S H I P Dubots Capital Management Edward Jones - Brad Smith Elite Community Management Equity Management & Realty Services European Autowerks / Quality 1 Auto Service, Inc. Extra Space Storage Extreme Signs & Graphics Eye Eco, Inc. Falkner Winery Financial Accounting Services, Inc. First Citizens Bank Glass Doctor S.W. Riverside County Grapeline Wine Tours Help Hospitalized Veterans Henry Ann Company, Inc. Hunter Steakhouse Insurance All Stars Agency JDS Video & Media Productions, Inc. / JDS Actors Studio Jolene C. Diez DDS, Inc. Julie Ngo Agency State Farm Insurance Kalifornia Distilleries, Inc. KB Home K-Frog 92.9 King Barrel Corp. Lake Elsinore Outlets Larson & Solecki, LLP Leoness Cellars Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP LifeVantage Independent Distributor - Barbara Updike LifeVantage Independent Distributor - Bill Seltzer Magical Adventure Balloon Rides Manpower Maurice Car’rie Winery MD Diet of Temecula

Melody’s Ad Works, Inc. Mercedes-Benz of Temecula Merit Moving Systems, Inc. Molly Maid MorrisonMcNabb/James R. McLaughlin Motion Sports M.D. Mt. San Jacinto College -Temecula Education Complex Mufflers West Auto Services Nash Dental Care National Merchants Association Nothing Bundt Cakes - Temecula Nottingham & Associates Open Jar Concepts Pala Mesa Resort The Pilates Co. Temecula PKC Kuebler, APC Potamus Press Designs Premier Marketing PrimeSource Mortgage, Inc. Promenade Temecula ProSites, Inc. Provident Bank Rady Children’s Hospital / Rady Children’s Healthcare Rancho Army-Navy Store RĒ Health & Beauty Spa Realty One Group - Debbie Lynn Kosum, Real Estate/ Relocation Redhawk Golf Course Redhawk Vision Center Reflections Pool & Spa Services Rightway Portable Toilets, Temporary Power Poles, Storage Containers and Septic Pumping Svs. Riverside County Law Library Resource Center Rodrigo’s Mexican Grill RSD Alarms

San Diego County Credit Union Sauer & Wagner, LLP SCEGA Gymnastics The Scotts Company Senator Jeff Stone 28th District Shred and Go Sierra Pacific Farms, Inc. Soboba Casino Solana Ridge Apartments Southern California Edison Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors Temecool Computer Repair Temecula Creek Optometry Temecula Education Foundation Temecula Home Loan Center - Supreme Lending Temecula Nissan Temecula Stage Stop Temecula Valley Custom Pools, Inc. Temecula Valley Endowment Program Temecula Valley Hospital Temple Court Senior Care Tentmaker.biz Tom’s Foreign Autohouse, Inc. Tri Valley Medical Weight Control Truly Nolen of America, Inc. Tyler & Bursch, LLP U~T San Diego | The Californian United Towing Valley Events Valley News Vintage View Apartments Wine Country Notary Yogurt Factory

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NAMED 2016 CLERK OF THE YEAR FOR CALIFORNIA

The City Clerks Association of California (CCAC) awarded Randi Johl-Olson with its highest honor as 2016 City Clerk of the Year for California at the annual CCAC conference held in Newport Beach on April 28th. Randi Johl-Olson joined the City’s Executive Team as the City Clerk for the City of Temecula in 2014 after previously serving as City Clerk for the cities of Fountain Valley and Lodi and law clerk for Harper & Burns, LLP. Over the past two decades, Randi’s professional accomplishments include a law degree, a Master Municipal Clerk Certification, numerous leadership appointments and positions with the League of California Cities, the City Clerks Association of California, and the International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), as well as serving as a liaison to the Fair Political Practices Commission on behalf of city clerks. In her most active role to date, Randi continues to serve as the statewide Legislative Director for the CCAC. “We knew Randi would bring a high caliber of experience to the City but what we’ve found to be additionally exceptional is her outstanding work ethic, devotion and enthusiasm to serve the community and this is clearly notable statewide,” stated Temecula Mayor Mike Naggar. “I am not surprised she was selected as Clerk of the Year for California,” Mayor Naggar added. City Manager Aaron Adams concurred, “Randi has demonstrated leadership that is more than deserving to be selected as City Clerk of the Year based on her accomplishments, dedication to the profession, extra-curricular City Clerk leadership positions, legislative/lobbying intelligence, exceptional work product, and a high level of energy she brings to her department, colleagues and to the City.” Randi Johl-Olson was selected as City Clerk of the Year among 482 Cities throughout California. Nominations are received from council members, city managers, city attorneys, department directors, as well as city clerks. At the City Clerks Awards of Distinction ceremony, Byron Pope, President of the City Clerks Association of California, indicated that Johl-Olson received an astounding nine nominations. The City Clerks Association of California was founded in 1977 with the objective of promoting the City Clerk profession throughout the State of California. The organization provides leadership and management training opportunities and promotes professional administration and education, uniform standards of efficiency, and legislation which supports the goals and objectives of the organization.

ONLINE PROMOTION Promote your business online with the TVCC – We Have Member Benefits Galore! As a TVCC member, have you taken advantage of the many online promotional opportunities we have to offer? Member News Blog If you’re a brand new member or just renewed your membership, Thank You! You will be listed on the TVCC website, www.temecula.org under “Member News” including your company logo and a short description of your business. Be on the lookout for your post! Business Directory Listing Have you visited the online business directory lately? ALL members appear on the TVCC website, www.temecula.org under the “directory” tab – find the service or business you are looking for right here! 1 0 | T EMECULA T OD AY | J U LY - S E P T E M B E R 2 0 16

Discounts and Coupons You may take advantage of the many discounts listed online at www. temecula.org/coupons or even offer a discount for fellow members or to the general public. We encourage you to take a peek and see if you might be able to save on your next purchase. Shop local! Member Calendar Promote your upcoming event on the TVCC website. Email your event information to info@temecula.org to be included online at www. temecula.org/member-events. We want to let the community know what you, our business members, are up to!


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CELEBRATES THE ORDINATION OF SANDY ROSENSTEIN On May 30th, a five year journey for Sandy Rosenstein was completed. In the presence of family members, friends, and many members of Temple Beth Sholom, Sandy Rosenstein was Ordained and officially became Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein. Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein has been serving as the spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom of Temecula for the past four years, and will continue to do so in the future. She brings to the community a special brand of religious understanding, providing a warm and welcoming presence to not only members of her congregation, but also to everyone in need of Jewish spiritual guidance throughout the entire Southwest Riverside area.

EXPERIENCE MAGICAL RHINE & MOSELLE WITH THE TVCC

Don’t miss out on this amazing travel deal! September 8– 17, 2017 Join us for an exciting tour featuring Strasbourg and the romantic Rhine Valley. This journey brings you through one of the most historic and dramatic regions in all of Europe. During this tour you will visit Amsterdam, Cologne, Moselle River, Wine Tasting, Koblenz, Rüdesheim, Siegfried’s Mechanical Music Museum, Mannheim, Strasbourg, Basel. The cost of this 10-day trip starts for $5,099 per person based on double occupancy. This River Cruise amenities include 22 meals, roundtrip international airfare, hotel accommodations, transportation to & from the airport, and 7 day river cruise. Register today for this amazing trip! A $250 deposit is due at time of registration. The trip deadline and full balance is due by October 8, 2016. Hurry and make your reservation! Space is limited!

Temple Beth Sholom is a Conservative Congregation, but as Rabbi Rosenstein states, “We are a Conservative Congregation with a Modern Twist.” Temple Beth Sholom is looking for Jewish individuals, families and Jewish interfaith families to become part of our community. Services are held every Friday Night at 7:30 p.m. followed by an Oneg Shabbat, and every Saturday Morning at 10:00 a.m. followed by a Kiddush Lunch. Temple Beth Sholom of Temecula is located at 26790 Ynez Court, Suite B, Temecula, CA, which is in the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Building. For more information about our many activities visit our website at www.tbstemecula.org

HIGH STAKES HAPPENING AT THE ANNUAL MONTE CARLO EXTRAVAGANZA!

You are not going to want to miss this year’s Monte Carlo Extravaganza! This year’s event will take place Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at Wilson Creek Winery from 5:30 to 8:30pm. Feed your senses with the sights, sounds, and tastes from our local restaurants. Try your hand at Poker, Black Jack or Texas Hold ‘Em. Attendees will also have the chance to win a Grand Prize of $1,000 or $500 that will be given away at the end of the event! Tickets are $25 pre-sale which includes $200 in play money. Tickets will be sold at the door for $35 but includes only $100 in play money, so get your tickets early! This event offers you a great opportunity to market your business to over 300 attendees. We have many levels of sponsorships available. Sponsorship provides exposure of your company to many local businesses. If you are interested in making sure your business is recognized at this event, contact the Chamber to find out how at 951676-5090 or jennifer@temecula.org.

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You Can Still Find Us Under The Dome! • Business Transactional Matters • Business Litigation

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Call 951.296.3888 for an initial 30 minute consulatation at no charge.

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28600 Mercedes Street Suite 100 Temecula, CA 92590 Robert B. Rosenstein (951) 296-3888 Fax (951) 296-3889 Principal ATTORNEY AT LAW thetemeculalawfirm.com 1 2 | T EMECULA T OD AY | J U LY - S E P T E M B E R 2 0 16


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CREATING COMMUNITY LEADERS The Valley Young Professionals is a group designed to connect, engage and inspire the “Leaders of the Future” by increasing opportunities for Young Professionals in the Temecula Valley. VYP provides a forum for networking, continuing education, personal and professional growth, development of leadership skills and access to the professional community. For more information on how to join VYP or participate in a committee contact Kara Hotz at (951) 676-5090 or email kara@temecula.org.

WHY JOIN? No matter the size, nature or medium of your business the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce (TVCC) offers numerous resources to benefit you. We help you stay ahead of the everchanging issues and trends within the City. Membership with the TVCC gives your business credibility, making consumers more likely to do business with you. Founded in 1966, the TVCC has long been a crucial element to Temecula’s business initiatives. The Chamber fosters a greater sense of business community, identifies emerging leaders, and advocates on behalf of small businesses. To learn more about being a member of the TVCC, call Katie Cook, Membership Director, today!

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CHAMBER CALENDAR JU LY 2016 Friday, July 1 DARK – Coffee Connection (Happy 4th of July) Thursday, July 7 8:00-9:00am- Ambassador Training @ TVCC Friday, July 8 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series, “Social Media” @ TVE2, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA Tuesday, July 12 12:00-1:30pm- Business Encounter @ TVCC Wednesday, July 13 8:00-9:00am- Membership Committee Meeting @ TVCC

Tuesday, July 19 11:30-1:30pm- Southwest California Manufacturing Council, (Exclusive to Manufacturing Companies Only) Wednesday, July 20 5:30-7:30pm- Mixer @ Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Temecula Restore, 27479 Enterprise Circle West, Temecula, CA

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Friday, July 22 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series, “Social Media” @ TVE2, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA Wednesday, July 27 7:30-9:15am- Morning Mixer @ BJ’s Restaurant, 26500 Ynez Road, Temecula, CA

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Monday, July 18 12:00-1:30pm- Southwest California Legislative Council @ Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors, 26529 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, CA

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CHAMBER CALENDAR AUGUST 2016 Tuesday, August 2 12:00-1:30pm- Power Networking Workshop @ TVCC

Tuesday, August 9 12:00-1:30pm- Business Encounter, @ TVCC

Thursday, August 4 4:00-5:30pm- Open House @ TVCC

Wednesday, August 10 8:00-9:00am- Membership Committee Meeting @ TVCC

Friday, August 5 8:00-9:30am- Coffee Connection @ TVCC

Friday, August 12 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series, “Social Media” @TVE2, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA

Monday, August 15 12:00-1:00pm- Southwest California Legislative Council @ Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors, 26529 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, CA Wednesday, August 17 5:30-7:30pm- Mixer @ California State University San Marcos, Temecula Campus, 43890 Margarita Road, Temecula, CA

Wednesday, August 24 7:30-9:15am- Morning Mixer @ BJ’s Restaurant, 26500 Ynez Road, Temecula, CA Thursday, August 25 5:30-7:30pm- Mixer VYP with YPN @ Baily’s Fine Dining & Front Street Bar & Grill, 28699 Old Town Front Street, Temecula, CA Friday, August 26 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series, “Social Media” @TVE2, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA

CHAMBER CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 2016 Thursday, September 1 8:00-9:00am- Ambassador Training Friday, September 2 8:00-9:30am- Coffee Connection @ TVCC Thursday, September 8 8:00-2pm- Women in Business @ South Coast Winery Resort & Spa, 34843 Rancho California Road, Temecula, CA Tuesday, September 13 12:00-1:30pm- Business Encounter @ TVCC

Wednesday, September 14 8:00-9:00am- Membership Committee Meeting @ TVCC Thursday, September 15 8:30-9:30am- The Professionals Collective- “Attorney’s, Bankers & CPA’s” @ TVCC Monday, September 19 12:00-1:30pm- Southwest California Legislative Council @ Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors, 26529 Jefferson Avenue, Temecula, CA

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Tuesday, September 20 9:00-11am- Inland Empire Small Business Development Center, “Open for Business” What You Need to Know About Starting Your Business” @ TVCC

Wednesday, September 28 7:30-9:15am- Morning Mixer @ BJ’s Restaurant, 26500 Ynez Road, Temecula, CA

11:30-1:30pm- Southwest California Manufacturing Council, (Exclusive to Manufacturing Companies Only)

Friday, September 30 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series, “Women in Business” @TVE2, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA

Wednesday, September 21 5:30-8:30pm- Monte Carlo Extravaganza @ Wilson Creek Winery, 35960 Rancho California Road, Temecula, CA

4:00-10:00pm- Glow Ball Golf Tournament @ Temecula Creek Inn, 44501 Rainbow Canyon Road, Temecula, CA


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made up of representatives elected to represent our own region, had the temerity to fire their long time Executive Director who had grown increasingly out of step with the needs of the region. Or SB 789 (Wiechowski) which would add as much as a 300% tax to water users to encourage conservation. Or SB 3 (Leno), which passed in great haste to raise the minimum wage across the state to $15.00.

WE’RE CROSS ABOUT CROSS-OVER We’ve reached that magical midway point in our Sacramento Legislative calendar known as cross-over where a bill must move from its house of origin or it’s dead for the session. Usually. That means if an Assembly Member authored a bill, it must have proceeded through any requisite committee hearings, endured several amendments and passed a full vote on the Assembly floor. Next it’ll be introduced to the Senate at which time it will go through the same process all over again. It’s very similar to the process of grain proceeding through the digestive tract of a bovine and the end result is strikingly similar in most cases. Last year, the first year of this cycle, your Southwest California legislative Council had adopted positions on 62 bills, opposing 31 and supporting 29. This year the SWCLC has taken positions on 67 bills but we’ve only found 24 that we thought would be beneficial to our local business community that we could support. At the same time, we opposed 42 bills we felt would be detrimental to our businesses, our schools, our hospitals and our wine country industry. There was some hope 2 - 4 years ago that the open primaries and term limits would lead to a more moderate legislature in Sacramento as our leaders forged paths toward the center instead of heading for the fringes of their parties. Rumors were rampant that there would be more collegiality and a greater spirit of cooperation from which would emerge more wholesome legislation and bills that were less reflective of antibusiness, pro-union, pro-environmental extremist views. Looking at the bills still alive in our capitol, little sign of that moderation is in evidence and the business community and some of our basic liberties are still being challenged on a daily basis. For example, AB 2261(Hernandez) would allow the Labor Board to investigate, cite or bring action against a business owner over perceived discrimination even if no complaint is received against that business. Or how about AB 2757 (Gonzalez) that would mandate overtime pay for agricultural workers in excess of 8 hours a day. The bill does not take into account the seasonality of the harvest, especially with fragile produce like wine grapes. Passage of this bill would cause every farmer and vintner in the state to incur additional costs rendering them uncompetitive with producers in other states. Or consider SB 1387 (De Leon) which seeks to expand the South Coast Air Quality Management District allowing Democrats to pack that board with their own appointees. Why? Because this independent board,

There have been a few wins - like SB 269 (Roth) which, even though substantially watered down from its initial form, does provide some protections to small businesses from ADA nuisance lawsuits. Or Roth’s SB 822, which will raise the per carton fee on citrus by 33% with the moneys going to fight citrus disease. This bill, supported by local wine and citrus growers, originally bequested $5 million from the state general fund to seed the citrus fight but that was removed. Roth’s perennial bill SB 817 to return Vehicle License Fees to our newest cities is still alive but Melendez’ bill with the same goal (AB 2277) is not. Three attempts to defund or otherwise derail the Bullet Train met similar ignominious ends with Huff’s SBX1-2 pronounced DOA last September and Melendez’ AB2049 and Wilks’ AB 1866 languishing without so much as a committee hearing since April. A complete list of bills supported or opposed by the Legislative Council and their status will be available soon on www.SouthwestCa.biz. As you have questions on these bills or would like to bring a legislative issue to our attention that may impact your business, please contact gad@swcaladvocacy. com. As always, you are invited to join our discussion live the 3rd Monday of each month at the Realtor House, 26529 Jefferson Avenue, starting promptly at noon.

2016 LEGISLATIVE SUMMIT:

2016: A PIVOTAL YEAR FOR CALIFORNIA The 12th Annual Legislative Summit will be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at South Coast Winery Resort & Spa from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The event is an annual forum providing businesses and local leaders the opportunity to meet with peers and state policy experts to focus on priority legislative issues facing California business. By attending the Legislative Summit you become a part of the voice to State Legislators. Specifically, you will: • Receive information from those closest to the action. • Learn about the budget and the likely impact on you. • Get insights on current issues affecting our state. • Become a better advocate with tips and information you can use to make your voice heard. The cost is $50.00 per person and seating is limited so please register early. Corporate tables are also available for $500.00. Reserve an expo table for $125 (includes 1 ticket to the event.) For additional information or to reserve your spot at the Summit, please contact Jennifer Cloud at 951-676-5090 or email jennifer@temecula.org

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