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

Chairman of the Board: Jeff Kurtz, Promenade Temecula First Vice Chairman of the Board: Jerry Konchar, Pechanga Development Corporation Second Vice Chairman of the Board: Lori Marruffo, Virtual Outsourcing Solutions Treasurer: Leslie Doherty, Leslie Doherty CPA Secretary: Janet Scott, iMortgage

Directors

Tony Berardino, Cornerstone E & S Services Brian Connors, Southwest Healthcare System Tom DeMott, Temecula Creek Inn LouEllen Ficke, Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley Kimberly Freize-Uhler, Clear Blue Promotions Jann Gentry, Gentry Studios Jeremy Goldman, Southern California Edison Kim Kelliher, The Grapeline Wine Country Shuttle Soledad Escobedo, Pacific Western Bank Suzanne Lingold, California State University San Marcos Crystal Magon, South Coast Winery Resort & Spa Tammy Marine, Habitat for Humanity Inland Valley Paul Nolta, Inland Empire Small Business Development Resource Center Jeff Powell, Abbott Vascular Rick Rawson, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta Janese M. Reyes, Community Little Book Robert Rosenstein, The Law Offices of Rosenstein & Associates Al Rubio, DCH Auto Group Temecula Jackie Steed, Sunset One Escrow

Management Team

Alice Sullivan, President CEO Laura Turnbow, Chief Operations Officer Katie Cook, Membership Director Kara Rowland, Membership/VYP Coordinator Jennifer Cloud, Special Events Director Brooke Nunn, Special Events Coordinator Candice Russell, Special Events Coordinator Anneke Pyle, Director of Public Relations Jeanette Kristensen, Resource Coordinator Lynn Collett, Resource Coordinator

Committees

SWC Legislative Council Chair — Alex Braicovich, CR&R 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 – Nichole Elliott, Promenade Temecula

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4 Ribbon Cuttings............................................................................... pg. 7 City News..................................................................................... pg. 14 Student of the Year...................................................................... pg. 16 Valley Young Professionals............................................................ pg. 19 Cover Story....................................................................................... pg.

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June 11, 2015, Temecula, California – The “best of the best” Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealers were recently honored at the General Motors Dealer of the Year award ceremony. Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac located in Temecula, California was among the elite dealers recently awarded the Dealer of the Year Award. Sixtythree Chevrolet, 19 Buick, 20 GMC and 21 Cadillac dealers received 2014 awards; there are approximately 4,300 GM U.S. dealers. The Dealer of the Year program honors dealer partners who have done an exceptional job toward GM’s collective goal of earning customers for life. To receive this honor, a Dealer must be a top performer in Sales and Customer Satisfaction. Dealers also must show commitment

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S u c c e s s f u l Sm a l l B u s i n e s s As a business consultant, I am often asked the tough question of what is the secret to creating a successful small business? After giving it much thought and looking at examples of success, I have come to the realization that defining success is different for each individual business owner. It is different because each starts with his or her own definition of success and with a different path to achieving the same. That realization means that the answer is as tough as the question. If you take a moment to look, you will find that success will come in many shapes and sizes. Yes, I am sure we would all love to be millionaires and could easily call that a success. But at the same time, I would call you successful if you added two more sales accounts this week, launched a new brand, hired that first employee, or took on the risk of starting your own business. I have worked with a few business owners that have all the toys and vacation often, but have a cash poor and failing business model so the obvious, outward signs of success are not supported or sustainable. While some may feel that model is successful, other may not, but that is for you to decide. The key is to define one’s own measures of success rather than look at and compare it to what others are doing or achieve 4 | Temec ul a To day | J u ly • A u gu st 2 0 1 5

So I assert that the key to success is to not worry about what others are doing, set your own benchmarks for success, and don’t be afraid to fail. “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm,” said Winston Churchill. Don’t beat yourself up when you have a setback take that experience as the cost of education, learn from it. If you take the lessons from the failure and learn and grow from it, you will have no choice but to improve and with that comes success. Michael Jordan said it best: “I’ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.” Paul Nolta is a Business Consultant with the Inland Empire Small Business Development Center, a non-profit organization that provides free consulting and training services to small businesses in the Inland Empire. The SBDC, under contract with The City of Temecula’s TVE2 and The Temecula Chamber of Commerce provides free consulting services for businesses and citizens of Temecula Valley. Paul can be reached at 951.781.2345. Written by: Paul Nolta SBDC


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Business Name: Salon de la Mariee Address: 27491 Ynez Rd, Temecula, CA 92591 Phone: (951) 506-6500 Email: SalonMariee@gmail.com Website: salondlm.com Cousins Cole Lasher and Tymorie Covington both shared a childhood dream of one day owning their own hair and makeup studio. In late 2014 their dream came to fruition. Salon de la Mariee was opened with the idea “It’s about time that the Valley has a salon that is as sophisticated and quaint as Temecula itself.” With two young millennial entrepreneurs entering an over saturated field both found themselves amongst doubters. “Being so young, most people we brought our idea to were afraid for us to start; they feared the unknown, but we set out to prove those who doubted us wrong.” With over 15 years of experience between them, both are constantly bringing a fresh perspective untainted from the way-it-issupposed-to-be mindset that is so prevalent in today’s business world. Temecula holds a special place in their lives. Both are Temecula natives and have watched the city grow from a small old-fashioned town to one that is being hailed as one of the fastest growing cities. “Many individuals with whom we grew up with wanted to leave Temecula to experience life outside their childhood town. But now more and more are returning to Temecula because of all that it offers to small business owners.” Today, Cole and Tymorie see hundreds of clients at their salon monthly. Their motto is “for the best version of yourself” and they truly live by this aphorism. They offer services ranging from cut and color for men and women, bridal beauty, makeup education, skin care, and freelance/ mobile special event hair and makeup.

Business Name: King Barrel Address: 42030 Main Street, Temecula, CA. 92590 (Storefront) 2185 Del Mar Road, Norco, CA. 92860 Email: info@kingbarrel.biz Phone: (951) 545-2644 Website: kingbarrel.biz Located in the heart of Old Town Temecula, King Barrel is an eco-friendly company that creates décor from retired wine and whiskey barrels. Years ago Moses Briseno used to own his own trucking company in which he would travel up and down the California coast delivering goods. This all changed when he got a call to deliver a load of wine barrels from Napa down to Southern California. From that day on he fell in love with the uniqueness and versatility that each barrel held. With no background in woodworking Moses originally used the barrels only for décor purposes. After working with the product for some time, he got creative and started designing custom stools, benches, pet beds, trash cans, and even renting out his product for special events. From there his unique business took off. “What I like about King Barrel is the uniqueness of each product. Everything is handcrafted by Moses. He takes a lot of time to build each product to its uniqueness, and no two products are alike” stated his wife Monique. They have proudly provided products for companies such as Knott’s Berry Farm, Bacardi, Tilted Kilt, Old Town San Diego, Lorimar Winery in Temecula, Armstrong Nursery, TJ Maxx, and Homegoods. “We are blessed to have a talented team working to custom design and create your unique piece. We can help you create a unique one of a kind design. We can customize lazy Susan’s, beverage coolers, fountains, bars, stools, chairs, rockers, sinks, pet houses, and beds in other words anything! No project is too big or small.”

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The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the launch of our rebranding. No matter the size, nature, or medium of a local business, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce will directly continue to position itself as a place “Where Business Meets Opportunity.” As the Temecula Business community grows and diversifies, so follows its needs, and the TVCC has modeled itself on an adaptable platform to accommodate them. Traditionally, Chambers of Commerce focus solely on networking events to promote their members and services. However, in a place and time where many businesses have outgrown that model (or in the case of online markets, may never have fit into it properly at all), a Chamber must offer a variety of platforms for business connections. The Temecula Chamber is doing just that, with educational classes for new businesses, sponsorship opportunities for those seeking exposure, partnerships for companies wishing to build local alliances, and much more. The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce encompasses multiple services for a variety of business needs. What sets the TVCC apart is its ability to cater to a diverse range of business types using customized strategies for each. By dividing the Chambers resources into four membership options, we will be able to better serve the business community by honing in on the services that are relevant to their needs. What does this mean for you and your business? With these four options you can tailor your membership to achieve your business objectives. These four categories are listed below. Education: The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce offers a wide variety of educational opportunities to its members. Through workshops, speaking engagements, and personalized counseling, chamber members gather insight on common business and marketing problems and their solutions. Marketing & Event Promotion: The Chamber offers the ability to sponsor events and be featured on various publications and collateral distributed by the organization. This gives members an opportunity to market themselves with less legwork and a broader reach than face to face networking strategies. Networking Opportunities: Many of those in the business community still greatly benefit from face to face contact with their peers. The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts a multitude of events throughout the year- both intimate and expansive- to bring business 8 | Temec ul a To day | J u ly • A u gu st 2 0 1 5

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Since 1994, Alice Sullivan has been coordinating, directing, and implementing all daily activities of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce. She is constantly focused on the core functions for the Chamber and the achievement of its long term vision while being the liaison between the business community, the City of Temecula and Utility companies. She coordinates the activities and programs of all committees and supervises, hires, and evaluates the work of 10 staff members in the pursuit of the Chamber objectives. She represents the Chamber Board of Directors and officers in contacts with the membership, with outside individuals, public agencies and officials. She assists with the Southwest California Legislative Council, Southwest California Manufacturing Council, City of Temecula and SWEDC Site Visit committee. In 2005, Sullivan completed and graduated from the Professional Management Development Program of the U.S. Chamber Institute, and was appointed to serve as the Board of Regent for the US Chamber Commerce. Sullivan was selected to participate in the 2013 Cal State San Marcos Leadership Southwest County and complete the course work. She enjoys making connections and working with the business community. We have an excellent working partnership with the City of Temecula, SWEDC, Visit Temecula and other partners in the region. She is a member of the Murrieta Temecula Group, Professional Women’s Roundtable, Women’s Peer Connection and Assistance League Advisory committee. asullivan@temecula.org

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As Operations Director for the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, Laura works with the President/CEO to oversee all financial and business planning activities and to ensure that relevant financial data is presented to the Board of Directors. She advises the President and other key staff members on financial planning, budgeting, cash flow, and policy matters. She works with the President/CEO to manage and oversee all human resource functions for recruitment, hiring, training and the compensation of all team members. She helps assist the President/CEO with issues including letters of agreement, contracts, insurance matters, leases and other legal documents. Laura is an instrumental part of the Chamber as she oversees all administrative functions ensuring smooth daily operations of the Chamber’s facility and equipment. laura@temecula.org

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Jennifer Cloud is the Director of Events which manages all networking, education and special events for the Chamber. The Events Department coordinates over 250 events a year including the Annual Awards Gala, Networking Mixers, State of the City, Professional Development Series, Morning Mixers, E-Waste, Travel, Wine Country Classic and Women In Business. Jennifer also assists with Chairman’s Elite and President’s Circle memberships. Her duties include developing a strategic plan for the department, generating new business, effectively communicating with current and prospective members, and planning/managing all events. She helps to expand revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing programs/ events and the overall growth of the Chamber. jennifer@temecula.org

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Brooke Nunn is the Events Coordinator who assists with all Networking, Education and Special Events for the Chamber. Brooke assists with over 250 events a year including the Annual Awards Gala, Networking Mixers, State of the City, Professional Development Series, Morning Mixers, E-Waste, Travel, Wine Country Classic and Women In Business. Brooke supervises, guides and supports all chamber special events, while cultivating the Chambers community involvement. In addition, Brooke is the Chair of the Temecula Student of the Month Program which honors 48 local high school seniors annually who make a difference in their school and community brooke@temecula.org

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Candice Russell is an Event Coordinator which assists on all Networking, Education and Special Events for the Chamber. The Events Department coordinates over 250 events a year including the Annual Awards Gala, Networking Mixers, State of the City, Professional Development Series, Morning Mixers, E-Waste, Travel, Wine Country Classic and Women In Business. She is responsible for assisting with special event logistics including ensuring space for special events, promotion, registration, and sponsorship of events. She also assists in the event marketing such as advertising, mailings, posters, flyers, and promotional materials. Candice also lends her time to The Valley Young Professionals (VYP) and the Membership Department. candice@temecula.org

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As Director of Membership Katie manages over 1,000 members, maintains business records and business updates for the Chamber. Katie also coordinates the Open House Events, City Walks, The Professionals Collective, and schedules Ribbon Cutting ceremonies for all members. As Membership Director, Katie collaborates with the Membership Committee in bringing new ideas to the table in order to create a greater benefit to each member business. The Ambassador program, with over 40 members, is also organized through the membership department katie@temecula.org

K a r a R o w l a n d - V Y P Di r e c t o r / M e m b e r s h ip C o o r d in a t o r Kara is the newest staff member of the TVCC and is the Director of Valley Young Professionals and Membership Coordinator. Kara works directly with each Valley Young Professional member through the process of joining and getting involved. She also collaborates with each VYP Committee Chair to organize Mixers, Speed Networking events, Education Classes and Philanthropic community events. As Membership Coordinator, Kara works with TVCC members, attends Ribbon Cutting ceremonies and Open House events and assists in maintaining member business updates. kara@temecula.org

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Anneke Pyle is the Director of Public Relations for the Temecula Chamber of Commerce. She manages all TVCC social media platforms, updates and maintains the TVCC website, writes and sends out press releases, helps members with online and print advertisement, and publishes this bi-monthly newsletter. With these platforms she helps to deepen and refine all aspects of Chamber communications—from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger Chamber. She also works to formulate and execute comprehensive marketing, branding and development strategies that will ensure consistency throughout the Chamber and enhance the membership experience for all the members and community partners. anneke@temecula.org

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Lynn Collett is the Resource Coordinator for the Chamber and is responsible for assisting chamber members, residents and visitors coming into the chamber. She is also responsible for answering and directing all phone calls to the proper departments, while providing referrals to chamber members and assisting with community related phone calls. Lynn mails tourism and relocation information for people coming to the area, updates relocation and tourism information and assists the various departments as needed. info@temecula.org

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As Resource Coordinator Jeanette Kristensen is called on to perform various different tasks including fielding general inquiries and referring callers to appropriate agencies, staff and resources. She also helps in assisting Chamber members, residents, as well as visitors coming into the Chamber with general inquiries. Along with Lynn, Jeanette helps to prepare and distribute Chamber correspondence via email, postal mailings and by other means as needed. As Resource Coordinator, Jeanette acts as a valuable source for Chamber and community information. tvcc@temecula.org

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Morning Mixer Everyone is welcome to attend June, July and August for no charge! Introduce your business and connect with over 85 fellow businesses at the Morning Mixer scheduled on the fourth Wednesday of each month. This event provides guests the opportunity to network with one another and encourages the importance of supporting local businesses. Each event includes presentations from sponsors, self introductions, open networking, raffle prizes, coffee and continental breakfast. Everyone is welcome to attend June, July and August for no charge! Sponsorship opportunities are available and range in price from $75-$100. For more information, please contact Candice Russell at (951) 676-5090 or Candice@temecula.org.

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I n d u s t r y l e a d e r s ci t e r e n e w e d g a in s f o l l o w in g n a t i o n ’ s ‘ G r e a t R e c e s s i o n ’ The Temecula area is continuing to gain its financial footing in the aftermath of the “Great Recession,” industry leaders agreed last week at a regional economic forum. That continuing economic improvement, the speakers and panelists agreed, signals solid gains over last year and a major improvement over the past six years. “I really feel like this will be a long period of economic strength,” said Gary London, one of the event’s two keynote speakers. The region, state and nation are in the midst of a “long, slow recovery” that is just now being felt in several segments of the economy, said London, whose company analyzes trends and advises developers, investors, lenders and public agencies. “We were down so deep for so long,” he told audience members at the $40-per-person breakfast event. London said weak economies across the globe are fueling investment in American companies and industries. He predicted a resurgence of new housing development over the next few years. “I’m feeling pretty optimistic about this right now,” said London, who described himself as a dirt-kicking economist. “We’re seeing new projects and new people out there.” A report from a retail expert was equally upbeat. “The perception of the market is really good right now,” said Lisa Hill-McCay, a vice president of Buxton, a customer analytics firm that boast more than 3,000 clients in the retail, restaurant, health care, private equity and public sectors. “From a retailer perspective, it’s very positive now,” said Hill-McKay, who was the other keynote speaker. The June 10 forum, which was held at South Coast Winery, attracted about 200 participants. It was sponsored by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce and its theme was “Continuing Prosperity.” Buxton was hired by Temecula in March to do a $40,000 retail recruitment report. A goal of that “custom, targeted retail assessment” will be to attract retailers who have not yet opened stores in the city, according to a Temecula staff report prepared at that time. The company has not yet finished its work, but many of those targets were identified in advance of Temecula’s appearance at a retail industry conference last month, said City Manager Aaron Adams.Adams said he expects some of the firm’s findings and conclusions will be presented at a future City Council meeting. Adams was an assistant city manager when he participated in a similar forum that the chamber had titled “Surviving 2009.” That event, which took place about six months after the start of a vexing recession, featured a prominent Inland Empire economist as the keynote speaker. The expert advised

his audience that an economic rebound wouldn’t happen before the year 2012. Speakers at the chamber’s 2013 presentation cited solid job gains for Temecula and Murrieta, but they noted that many Inland Empire cities had yet to gain traction amid the recovering economy. Last year’s session featured a bullish tone that was buttressed by declining unemployment, surging retail sales and steady increases in the issuance of residential and commercial building permits. City officials have repeatedly emphasized the need to attract a steady stream of retailers to Temecula. Temecula retailers and auto dealers bring the city nearly $29 million a year in sales tax revenue, which ranks 44th among the state’s 539 cities and counties. Temecula relies on 79 shopping centers for much of that revenue. The largest is the Promenade mall, which totals about 1.1 million square feet. Temecula Mayor Jeff Comerchero, who attended the chamber event but did not speak, has referred to his city as “the economic hub” of Southwest Riverside County. That status was endorsed by several members of a panel discussion, where topics included the city’s new hospital and the region’s $651 million a year tourism industry that employs about 7,000 workers. Much of the tourism growth is attributed to the area’s wine country and its steadily-expanding Pechanga Resort & Casino. Although drought conditions might slow the process, predictions call for several existing wineries to expand and many new ones to open, said Peggy Evans, executive director of the Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association. “Tourism in Temecula, as you well know, has been booming the last few years,” said Evans, who served as one of the event’s panelists. “We have great products and a very engaged community.” Written by: Tim O’Leary, The PressEnterprise. Ju ly • A u gu s t 2015 | Te me cula To day | 11


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New members @Work Personnel Services 27720 Jefferson Avenue, Ste. 130 Temecula, CA 92590 www.AtWork.com Business Type: Employment

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Henry Ann Company, Inc. 32823 Temecula Parkway Temecula, CA 92592 Business Type: Construction Herbalife 25377 Madison Avenue, Ste. 104A Murrieta, CA 92562 Business Type: Health & Wellness / Nutrition Highgate Senior Living 29 Parke Lane Longview, CA 98632 Business Type: Health Care Services Home Smart Real Estate- Marvin Ulloa Murrieta, CA 92562 Business Type: Real Estate Jillian Fae Chef Services Temecula, CA 92591 www.JillianFae.com Business Type: Catering Liberty Tax Service 31821 Temecula Parkway, Ste. C3 Temecula, CA 92592 Business Type: Tax Preparation MD Diet of Temecula 41789 Nicole Lane, B3 Temecula, CA 92591 www.MDDietTemecula.com Business Type: Health & Wellness / Nutrition MDBrown Financial 41856 Ivy Street, Ste. 113 Murrieta, CA 92562 www.MDBrownFinancial.com Business Type: Financial Advisor / Planning

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Meadows Dental Group 31843 Rancho California Road, Ste. 300 Temecula, CA 92592 www.MeadowsDentalGroup.com Business Type: Dentists Partners South Insurance Solutions 39252 Winchester Road, Ste. 107 #315 Murrieta, CA 92563 www.PartnersSouth.com Business Type: Financial Advisor/ Planning Precious Lil’ Ones, Inc. Temecula, CA 92591 Business Type: Child Care RĒ Health & Beauty Spa 41720 Winchester Road, Ste. A Temecula, CA 92590 www.REDaySpa.com Business Type: Day Spa Services Rise and Shine Holistic Wellness Centre 26489 Ynez Road, Ste. C Temecula, CA 92591 www.RiseAndShineHolisticWellness.com Business Type: Wellness – Healthcare Saddle Up Wine Tours 37338 De Portola Road Temecula, CA 92592 www.SaddleUpTours.com Business Type: Horse Back Riding – Boarding Salon De La Mariee 27491 Ynez Road Temecula, CA 92591 www.SalonDLM.com Business Type: Beauty Salon / Hairstylists Sierra Pacific Farms, Inc. PO Box 1537 Temecula, CA 92593 Business Type: Agriculture So Cal Services Temecula, CA 92591 www.SoCalPlumbingAC.com Business Type: Air Conditioning / Heating Soldiers 4 Christ, Inc. Temecula, CA 92591 Business Type: Education Southern California Dryer Vent Cleaning PO Box 742 Temecula, CA 92593 www.SCDryerVentCleaning.com Business Type: Dryer Vent Cleaning

Spanish Path Temecula, CA 92591 Business Type: Education Sukari Spirits Winchester, CA 92596 www.DrinkSukari.com Business Type: Wine / Retail / Distilled Spirits Temecula FC 45363 Escalante Court Temecula, CA 92592 www.TemeculaFC.com Business Type: Soccer Club Temecula Lanes 27475 Jefferson Avenue Temecula, CA 92590 www.TemeculaLanes.com Business Type: Bowling / Entertainment Temecula Valley Art League Temecula, CA 92591 Business Type: Organizations / NonProfits Temecula Valley Real Estate, Inc. Rosalind Girard 27290 Madison Avenue, Ste. 200 Temecula, CA 92590 www.GirardRealtyGroup.com Business Type: Real Estate New Homes / Residential TLS Global Services, Inc. PO Box 1046 Temecula, CA 92593 www.TLSGlobalServices.com Business Type: Training Programs Truly Nolen of America, Inc. 1622 Illinois Avenue, Ste. 11 Perris, CA 92571 www.TrulyNolen.com Business Type: Pest Control Turf Pros, Inc. Temecula, CA 92591 www.TurfProsInc.com Business Type: Landscaping Uptown Tavern 27911 Jefferson Avenue Temecula, CA 92590 www.UptownTavernTemecula.com Business Type: Restaurant WorldEdge Technology PO Box 9233 Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067 www.WorldEdgeTech.com Business Type: Information Technology / Computer Services


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Equity Management & Realty Services

American Battery Corporation

Eye Eco, Inc.

Linfield Christian School

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Farmers Market Mgt. Co, Inc.

Manpower

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First Citizens Bank

Maxim Security Systems, Inc.

Elite Community Management

Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, LLP LifeVantage Independent Distributor Barbara Updike LifeVantage Independent Distributor - Bill Seltzer

Alliance Propane, Inc.

Extra Space Storage

American Medical Response

Falkner Winery

Littlefield Physical Therapy

Anady’s Trophies & Engraving, Inc.

Financial Accounting Services, Inc.

Maurice Car’rie Winery

Anderson & Associates Counseling Services, Inc.

FountainGlen

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

Michael Baker International

Bank of Mexican Food, The

FXMIT, Inc.

Gentry Studio

Mission Electric Supply

Glennie’s Office Products

Motion Sports M.D.

Assistance League of Temecula Valley Baskin Robbins / TOGOS

Black Knight Termite & Pest Control

BNI - The Referral Source BNI Temecula #1

Brighton Collectibles, LLC

Butterfield Animal Hospital

California Baptist University, Online & Professional Studies Cancer For College

Citslinc International, Inc. CityByApp® Inc.

Club Pilates Temecula

Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley

Crush & Brew

Danza del Sol Winery

DCH Auto Group Temecula Dream Dinners Temecula

SW Riverside County Calif. Association Marriage Family Therapists

Promenade Temecula ProSites, Inc.

Rahn Conservation Consulting, LLC Rancho Army-Navy Store

Rancho Damacitas Children & Family Services

Sweat Cardio & Yoga

Swenson Advisors, LLP Team Forss

Temecula Creek Optometry

Rancho Ford

Temecula Facial Oral Surgery

Raymond Querido Insurance Agency

Temecula Olive Oil Company Temecula Pet Salon & Spa

Frank’s Cleaning Service

Merit Moving Systems - United Van Lines

Gates, Jan

Minuteman Press

Redhawk Vision Center

Temecula Valley Hospital

Glass Doctor S.W. Riverside County

Monte De Oro Winery

Go Green Realty, Inc.

Mt. San Jacinto College -Temecula Education Complex

Grapeline Wine Tours Hearts Home Farm

Heather Pilapil’s Gallery

Help Hospitalized Veterans

Humanity of Justice Foundation Hunter Steakhouse

Inn at Churon Winery

Inspect-It 1st Property Inspection

Kelly Allen & Associates, Inc.

Cover Story Communications

PrimeSource Mortgage, Inc.

Realty One Group - Debbie Lynn Kosum, Real Estate/Relocation

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The Last Stop Shoppe Leoness Cellars

Leslie A. Doherty, CPA, APC

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National Merchants Association Nottingham & Associates

Old Town Temecula Association

One Trust Home Loans / One Trust Senior Lending Pacific Advisors - Jeff McNurlan Pacific Advisors - Tom Somers Pacific Lending Company Pala Mesa Resort

Paulson Mfg. Corp

PKC Kuebler, APC

Portable Charging Solutions Potamus Press Designs Premier Marketing

Prime Care of Temecula

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Thursday, July 2 8:00-9:00am- Ambassador Training @ TVCC

Wednesday, July 15 5:30-7:30pm- Mixer @ Temecula Town Center 27548 Ynez Rd

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

Thursday, July 16 9:00-11:00am- SBDC Seminar, @TVE2, 43200 Business Park Dr.

Friday, July 10 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series “Marketing Development” Market Research at TVE2, 43200 Business Park Dr.

Monday, July 20 12:00-1:30pm- Southwest California Legislative Council @ MSJC, 28237 La Piedra Rd., Room #805

Saturday, July 11 9:00-4:00pm- Free Electronic Waste Recycling Event @ The Promenade, (Parking Lot), 40820 Winchester Rd. Sunday, July 12 9:00-4:00pm- Free Electronic Waste Recycling Event @ The Promenade, (Parking Lot), 40820 Winchester Rd. Tuesday, July 14 12:00-1:30pm- Business Encounter @ TVCC

Wednesday, July 22 7:30-9:15am- Morning Mixer @ BJ’s Restaurant, 26500 Ynez Rd. Thursday, July 23 5:30-7:30pm- VYP Mixer @ Temecula Lanes, 27475 Jefferson Ave. Friday, July 24 9:00-11:00am- Professional Development Series “”Marketing Development” Tools @ TVE2, 43200 Business Park Dr. Thursday, July 30

Redhawk Golf Course

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Rightway Portable Toilets, Temporary Power Poles, Storage Containers and Septic Pumping Svs. Riverside County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)

Riverside County Superintendent of Schools

Temecula Tutor

Temecula Valley Custom Pools, Inc. Temecula Valley Slow Foods Tilted Kilt Temecula

Timmy d. Productions

Tom’s Foreign Autohouse, Inc.

Toward Maximum Independence Tri Valley Medical Weight Control Truax Development, Inc.

Riverside Transit Agency

Truly Madly Sweetly Bake Shop

Sauer & Wagner, LLP

United Towing

SCEGA Gymnastics

Valley Events

RSD Alarms

TST Water, LLC

SCAN Health Plan

Utility Design Services, Inc.

SDL Real Estate & Property Management

Valley News

Video Adventures

Shred and Go

Vineyards at Paseo Del Sol

SIGN-A-RAMA

Soboba Casino

W.J. Bradley Mortgage Capital Corporation

Southern California Edison

WestMar Commercial Real Estate

Springleaf Financial Services

WINEormous

Sunpro Solar

Yogurt Factory

Souplantation

Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

Southern California Hydroseed, Inc.

Wine Country Notary

Stryder Transportation

World Landscape, Inc.

J u l y / A u g u s t 8:30-9:30am- The Professionals Collective “Health, Fitness, Wellness” @ TVCC

Tuesday, August 4 12:00-1:30pm- Power Networking Workshop @ TVCC Thursday, August 6 4:00-5:30pm- Open House @ TVCC Friday, August 7 8:00-9:30am- Coffee Connection @ TVCC Tuesday, August 11 12:00-1:30pm- Business Encounter @ TVCC Wednesday, August 12 8:00-9:00am- Membership Committee Meeting @ TVCC Thursday, August 13 8:30-9:30am- The Professionals

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Below is a list of some resources for small businesses to take advantage of: One Stop Permit Center. Available to business customers based on individual need, we can pull together a team representing the departments critical to your project that will provide detailed analysis and review of your tenant improvement or new construction plans before they are formally submitted to the city. City of Temecula located in CA State designated Innovation Hub (iHub). Launched in 2010, California iHub Initiative provides a platform for regional innovation clusters to flourish in an effort to foster innovation as a local economic development tool. City of Temecula located in San Diego’s Foreign Trade Zone. The Foreign Trade Zone is a site within the U.S., where foreign and domestic merchandize is considered to be outside of U.S. Customs territory, allowing users to delay, reduce or eliminate duty payments on foreign merchandise that enters the Foreign Trade Zone. Site Selection Assistance. City Staff can compile a list of potential sites for consideration, advise on zoning code and provide feedback about the need for additional permitting measures that can help the customer compare sites knowledgeably and make the best decision for their business location.

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for a variety of business services. The incubator provides flexible and scalable office space for innovative startups looking to collaborate and grow their business. The resource center provides one-on-one business consultations and business related seminars. Business Contracting and Procurement. The City processes millions of dollars in goods and services in orders and contracts annually. To be part of the competitive bidding process the City has easy electronic access to the official Bidders List. Internship Placement. The City of Temecula provides college and university students with the opportunity to work side-by-side with City staff, learn about local government, and gain professional experience while going to school. The City of Temecula also assists local businesses in obtaining skilled interns via this citywide internship program. Recycling Zone Incentive. Recycling Market Development Zone (RMDZ) encourages manufacturing facilities to recycle their waste as part of their production process, The RMDZ is a loan program for manufacturers of products using materials that would normally end up at the landfill. This program provides low-interest loans of up to $2 million for the purchase of equipment and other relevant business costs. The intent of the RMDZ loan program is to help California manufacturers increase their processing capabilities and create additional markets for recycled-content products. For more information on how the City of Temecula can help small business owners, please contact Christine Damko, Office of Economic Development. (951) 693-3952, christine.damko@cityoftemecula.org

Business Liaison Service. Whether your business is relocating, expanding or developing a new project in the City of Temecula, the office of Economic Development Division offers a reliable single point of contact through every stage of the process. Temecula Valley Entrepreneur’s Exchange (TVE2). TVE2 acts as a concierge to local businesses, as well as those looking to establish a presence in Temecula by providing a critical single point of contact

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July 10, 2015: MARKET RESEARCH Discover how to use market research and analysis to become a more effective decision maker for your business and learn more about your target customers. Presented by Jim Miller, 5 Star Brand July 24, 2015: MARKETING TOOLS Learn marketing tools, techniques, strategies and promotional tactics to help market your business whether you have a big or small budget. Presented by Mel Smith, Vanguard University

Sharpen your skills, educate your employees and receive tools for a successful business. Each class features a presentation on a vital topic geared towards helping small businesses. These classes are complimentary for Temecula Chamber members and a $20 fee for non-members. Join us for the upcoming classes “How to be a top rated business online.” on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 and a TBD topic on Tuesday, August 11, 2015. All classes are held from 12:00-1:30pm at the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce. Lunch is provided. For questions or to RSVP, please contact Brooke Nunn at (951) 676-5090 or brooke@temecula.org.

We invite all Jewish and Interfaith families to join us for High Holiday services and stay the year:

August 14, 2015: CREATE YOUR BRANDING PACKAGE Feeling like your company’s branding is a little…lackluster? Maybe it’s lacking personality or a consistent look. Find out what makes great brands really stand out. Presented by Danielle Elderkin, Cover Story Communications August 28, 2015: #GETSOCIAL: SOCIAL MEDIA SUMMER SCHOOL Facebook. Instagram. Pinterest. Twitter. Learn how to use these important social media outlets to create a presence for your company online. Presented by Danielle Elderkin, Cover Story Communications The Professional Development Series are educational classes the Chamber offers quarterly which feature business related topics by experts in that field. These popular classes provide companies with practical tools and education to assist in growing their business. Each workshop has been highly successful and well attended by the community. Classes are held from 9:00-11:00am @ Temecula Valley Entrepreneur Exchange (former City Hall) 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA 92590. Complimentary admission for TVCC Members and $20 each class for non-members. For questions or to RSVP, please contact Brooke Nunn at (951) 6765090 or brooke@temecula.org.

Hear the inspirational words and music of Student Rabbi Sandy Rosenstein and Rabbi-Cantor Jeff Schwimmer Rosh Hashanah

Shabbat Services

September 13th at 7:00p.m. September 14th and 15th at 9:30a.m.

Friday Nights at 7:30 p.m.

Kol Nidre

September 22th at 6:00p.m.

Yom Kippur

September 23th at 9:00a.m. Yizkor at 4:00p.m.

followed by an Oneg Shabbat and

Saturday Mornings at 10a.m. followed by a Kiddush lunch.

We know you will feel at home!

High Holiday Tickets: $75 per person Temple Membership Dues: $900 individual and $1500 for families (No one will be turned away for financial reasons.)

WE ARE LOCATED AT: 26790 Ynez Ct. Suite B • Temecula, CA 92591

www.tbstemecula.org • 951-679-0419 (just east of Ynez Rd. in the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Building)

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The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce eight outstanding Temecula students as 2015 Student of the Year. Each of these students received a college scholarship valued at $1,325 from the Temecula and Murrieta business community. The students and their families were treated to a formal breakfast at Sizzler Restaurant in Murrieta. The students were commended by numerous business sponsors and were each awarded plaques and certificates from Local, County, State and US dignitaries.

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Every year, the Student of the Month recipients compete through a rigorous application and essay process to be selected as the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce Students of the Year. The Student of the Month Program has honored students in Temecula since 1993 which was founded by Sally A. Myers of Sizzler/BMW Management Inc. All gifts, meals and scholarships are donated by the generosity of the business community. For more information on how to be a part of this amazing program, please call Brooke Nunn at (951) 676-5090.

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Chaparral High School: Megan Crain Great Oak High School: Anthony Agbay Linfield Christian School: Amanda Leigh Rancho Christian High School: Amanda Ketcham Rancho Vista High School: Stephanie Cashwell Susan H. Nelson High School: Mikayla Sutton Temecula Preparatory School: Neville Muringayi Temecula Valley High School: Kaitlyn Jin Hee Kim 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. 1 6 | Temecul a To day | J u ly • A u gu st 2 0 1 5

Abbott Vascular Commerce Bank of Temecula Valley David Neault Associates, Inc. Erickson-Hall Construction Leslie A. Doherty, CPA, APC Milgard Windows & Doors Pacific Western Bank Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac PKC Kuebler, APC, CPA Promenade Temecula Rancho Family Medical Group Rotary Club of Temecula Sunpro Solar Temecula Valley Toyota

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Jersey Mike’s Subs

Promenade Temecula

Lake Elsinore Storm Baseball

Temecula Creek Inn

Lazy Dog Café

Tulips Trophies & Treasures

McDonald’s Temecula

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.

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Azusa Pacific University-Murrieta Regional Center

Sizzler Restaurant

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Stadium Pizza

California Bank & Trust

Sunpro Solar/Rock Fitness Center

California State University San Marcos

Temeku Cinemas

David Neault Associates, Inc.

Temecula Olive Oil Company

Davies Financial Advisors, Inc.

Temecula Valley Hospital

Deron Johnson, CPA.

Texas Road House

Erickson-Hall Construction Loma Linda University Medical Center, Murrieta

The Chamber would like to convey their sincere gratitude to the many dignitaries for supporting this program:

Motion Sports MD - Jerry W. Hizon, MD Pacific Western Bank Paradise Chevrolet Cadillac

Congressman Ken Calvert, 42nd District

Professional Hospital Supply

Congressman Duncan Hunter, 50th District

Rancho Ford

Senator Jeff Stone, 28th District

Riverside County Superintendent of Schools

Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, 67th District

Robinson Printing

Assemblywoman Marie Waldron, 75th District

Rotary Club of Temecula

County Supervisor Chuck Washington, 3rd District

Sizzler Restaurant

Council Member Maryann Edwards, City of Temecula

Temecula Valley Toyota

Kenneth Young, Riverside County Superintendent of Schools

Virtual Outsourcing Solutions

Timothy Ritter, TVUSD Superintendent

Walmart Temecula

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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!

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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!

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wellness fairs, and Lake Elsinore, Temecula Chamber Events. Being a family owned and operated Dental Group, our marketing team prides themselves on making you feel welcomed and like family before you ever step into one of our offices. Barstow, Empire, and Elsinore Care Dental are Delta Dental Provider’s. Offering the finest family services in modern dentistry. We provide unheard of incentives to our patients who visit us for their preventative cleanings. Come pay us a visit, enter as a stranger, and leave as family...

August Featured Member

W h i t n e y P r a c h t w i t h Am e r ic a n Fin a nci a l N e t w o r k Whitney is working with her father as the Social Marketing and Media Director at American Financial Network. She is proud to work for a national company who are “Financing the American Dream” and her father who has nearly 30 years in the industry. They work with qualified borrowers, while also educating the future home owner to become financially fit, they give hands

on service and work with people who may be in a challenging circumstances. They truly care and work hard to help their clients become qualified home buyers.

Sponsor a Vyp Event for as little as $100!

VYP’s average age is 33 and over 45% of the population in Temecula is in this demographic. Through VYP you are gaining exposure to an influential piece of our community. Support your community and advertise to a specific market through promotion at monthly events, educational opportunities and speed networking. For more information please contact Tiffany@temecula.org or call (951) 676-5090.

Meet your new vyp chair N ic h o l e E l l i o t t

Nichole moved to the area in 2012 and has since become active in the Temecula region. Her involvement in the community includes serving on the Boys & Girls Club of Southwest Riverside County’s Marketing Committee, serving on the Our Kids Rock Gala Planning Committee, and serving as the event director for Project Angel, a fundraiser for the Sigil Social Foundation & Temecula Valley People Helping People. She also currently serves on the Temecula Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau Hospitality Committee.

She is a Marketing Coordinator for Forest City Enterprises, Inc., the parent company of Promenade Temecula. In early 2015, Nichole launched a new youth leadership council for Promenade Temecula, in partnership with Cal State San Marcos and MSJC. She is a fairly new member of VYP, joining the group in 2012. Looking for an extra way to volunteer, she joined the Civic Committee in 2014 and became Civic Chair in 2015. As the new VYP Chair, Nichole is looking forward to connecting VYP business members to build a greater community network and supporting the different VYP committees in their efforts.

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