Board of Directors and Letter from Our Chair Page 2 / Renewing Members Page 3 / Calendar of Events Page 4 / Social Media: Top 5 Things Page 5 / Chamber Sponsors Page 6 / New Members Pages 8, 9 & 14 / 2011 Chamber Programs Pages 10, 11 & 12 / Committees Page 16 / Governmental Affairs & Business Advocacy Page 17/ New Membership dues structure Pages 18 & 19
Board of Directors A Message From OFFICERS OF THE BOARD
Chair, Alan Bernstein, Harper Management Vice Chair, Governmental Affairs, Layne Lawson, Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc. Vice Chair, Membership, Laurence Whiting, Petit Ermitage Hotel Vice Chair, Events, Marcus Nicolaidis, House of Blues Chief Financial Officer, Hany Haddad, US Bank Secretary, Deborah B. Kallick, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Immediate Past Chair, Joan Henehan, Amalgamated Henehan, Worldwide BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Arich Berghammer, Live Nation Alan Bernstein, Harper Management Stan Bochniak, AMPCO System Parking Christopher Bonbright, Ramsey Shilling Joseph M. Clapsaddle, Hornburg Jaguar Land Rover Todd Elliott, Truman & Elliott LLP Devin Ford, Devin Ford Photography Hany Haddad, US Bank Deborah B. Kallick, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Layne Lawson, Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc. Mark E. Lehman, Law Offices of Mark E. Lehman Marino Monferrato, Cecconi’s West Hollywood Marcus Nicolaidis, House of Blues Pat Rogers, HERE lounge Gene Ronald Smith, Gene Smith + James Litz Nadia Sutton, here! TV Ruth Tittle, Capitol Drugs Laurence Whiting, Petit Ermitage Hotel BOARD OF GOVERNORS
John A. Altschul, John A. Altschul Attorney at Law Arlen Andelson, Andelson Properties David Eichman, Law Office of David Mason Eichman Nathan Goller, Phyllis Morris Originals Ronald S. Kates, Ronald S. Kates & Company James W. Litz, BH/GLAAR Association of Realtors Tony Melia, National Business Insurance Agency Mark Montgomery, Montgomery Management Company Sharon O’Rourke, The Gas Company Russ Wilson, Koontz Hardware
It is an honor to address and welcome 2011 as your Chair for the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce. Reflecting on 2010, our Chamber has rebounded on several fronts that have certainly surpassed our entire board’s expectations, thanks to the strong business and community support which is the foundation of our mission. I am also particularly proud of our new staff team who have brought a welcome spirit of excitement in energizing our Chamber’s outreach. 2011 poses exciting new challenges that will certainly benefit you. My main objective will be to develop our incoming board of directors who come to us with diverse industry backgrounds and join us with great enthusiasm. Our intent is to guide and serve our membership with tools that will support you, which should translate into better, sustainable business performance. We are also excited to be introducing a new, tiered membership structure that will better fit your needs and certainly provide a better value and return for your membership dues. Our key role is the “business of businesses” in addition to advocating our mission to strengthen the community by assisting you in achieving your full business potential. Your success is our success. Keep us informed of how we are doing, come attend our mixers, networking venues and educational opportunities to make your business or company sharp and most prepared for today’s savvy customers. I look forward to this year ahead, with much promise for economic growth and strengthened community relationships.
Alan Bernstein, Chair, West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
Bradley Burlingame, West Hollywood Marketing & Visitors Bureau Ryan Farber, The Avenues: Art, Fashion and Design District Todd Steadman, Sunset Strip Business Association
8272 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90046 www.wehochamber.com
firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 323-650-2688 Fax: 323-650-2689
A Message From Our CEO
Thanks to Our Renewing Members
West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has been a strong and successful organization with a variety of programs and events designed to benefit the business community and it’s Membership. It has shared many successes along with some difficult times in its 90-year history. The past couple years of hard economic times has forced the Chamber and its business community to reevaluate business strategies, marketing and programming.
9-15-10 through 1-15-11
We are not alone. Businesses and Chambers across the country have similar experiences with new demands from constituents for what their businesses require to remain operational. We are seeing a new trend and a shift in how Chambers provide value for their members and how to assist commerce to thrive in their communities. The Chamber has utilized the same methods for many years to great success. With the world’s new economic structure, our organization now seeks new concepts and demands from our business sectors to meet these new trends. Besides providing a strong voice in advocacy and political action, we are developing and implementing exciting promotions and programs highlighted inside these pages of West Hollywood WORKS.
ANdAZ West Hollywood
LIVE On Sunset
The London West Hollywood
Best Western Sunset Plaza Hotel
Los Tacos Restaurant
Beverly Almont Company
Beverly Hills Picture Framing
Beverly Hills/GLAAR Association Of Realtors
Bristol Farms Cabo Cantina Caden Concepts Cafe D’Etoile Center Theatre Group Centrum Properties The Comedy Store, Inc. Duke’s West Hollywood El Capitan Theatre Elan Hotel
As we move forward in 2011, we will continue to research the needs of our business community and how we as a Chamber can work with our City government to economically strengthen the West Hollywood marketplace.
The Empty Vase Florist
We will be reaching out to you to seek your input on how we develop value for our Chamber Membership in the upcoming months. We want to hear from you. We need your voice in how we shape the Chamber moving forward. Let’s bring together our power as a business community and build a thriving West Hollywood economy! Sincerely,
The Forsan Corporation
Equinox West Hollywood, Inc. Expedia Inc. Fiesta Cantina
Fountain Day School FPO Creative Frontiers Publishing The Gas Company Get It Together LA! Hollywood Trophy Co. House Of Blues InterActiveCorp Iranian American Jewish Federation
Genevieve Morrill West Hollywood Chamber President/CEO
MV Transportation New Total Health Center Pacific Hills School PATH Peet’s Coffee & Tea Penny Lane Petrossian Phyllis Morris Originals PrimePay Ramco Investment Company Red Seven Ronald S. Kates & Company Seymour Consulting Group Stella McCartney Sunset Marquis Hotel and Villas Sunset Plaza Dental Practice TWP Insurance Voda Spa WEHO Block Party Wells Fargo West Hollywood Concerned Citizens West Hollywood Gateway West Hollywood Marketing and Visitors Bureau Whest-A Division of JVS/ West Hollywood One Stop
Calendar of Events: March through May 2011 March Speed Networking Job Fair Committee Meeting Health Fair Committee Meeting Governmental Affairs Committee Small Business Seminar Events Committee Meeting Member Relations Committee Women in Leadership Awards WHCC Health Fair + Capitol Drugs
Tuesday March 1 Thursday March 3 Friday March 4 Thursday March 8 Wednesday March 9 Friday March 11 Monday March 14 Wednesday March 23 Saturday March 26
Marcoâ€™s (8:00am) Chamber (1:00pm) Chamber (12:00pm) Chamber (4:00pm) Chamber (12:30pm) Chamber (11:00am) Chamber (4:00pm) Phyllis Morris (6:00pm) Capitol Drugs (12-4pm)
April Speed Networking Tuesday April 5 New Member Breakfast Wednesday April 6 Events Committee Meeting Friday April 8 Member Relations Meeting Monday, April 11 Leadership Council Meeting Tuesday April 12 Governmental Affairs Committee Thursday April 12 Small Business Seminar Wednesday April 13 Networking Mixer Wednesday April 27
Dâ€™Yogurt (8:00am) House of Blues (8:30am) Chamber (11:00am) Chamber (4:00pm) Sunset Marquis (12:00pm) Chamber (4:00pm) Chamber (12:00pm) ...and Company (6-8pm)
May Speed Networking
Tuesday May 3
Job Fair Committee Meeting Thursday May 5 Chamber (1:00pm) Member Relations Meeting Monday, May 9 Chamber (4:00pm) Governmental Affairs Committee Thursday May 10 Chamber (4:00pm) Small Business Seminar Wednesday May 11 Chamber (12:00pm) Events Committee Meetings Friday, May 13 Chamber (11:00am) Networking Mixer Wednesday May 25 BRC Advisors (6:00pm) CHAMBER CLOSED Monday May 30 Memorial Day
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Chamber Sponsors PLATINUM PATRON: Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE: House of Blues US Bank EXECUTIVE PARTNER: Monarch Group CHAMBER SPONSORS: Books with Feet BRCP Millennium, LLC c/o Cushman & Wakefield Latham & Watkins LLP Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP Sunset Millennium Associates Vornado Realty Trust/Beverly Connection
LEADERSHIP COUNCIL The 8899 Beverly Boulevard Building The Abbey Ace Outdoor Advertising AMPCO System Parking
Mondrian Hotel MultiBrain Pacific Design Center
... and Company, LLC
Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP
Andaz West Hollywood
Phyllis Morris Originals
Books With Feet
Quality Parking Service
BRCP Millennium, LLC c/o Cushman & Wakefield
Ramada Plaza Hollywood
CBS Outdoor Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc.
Southern California Edison
Sunset Marquis Hotel
Sunset Millennium Associates, LLC
HERE West Hollywood Hornburg Jaguar/Land Rover House Of Blues InterActiveCorp (IAC)
Ronald S. Kates & Company
Soho House West Hollywood, LLC
The Gas Company
Sunset Sierra Properties, Inc. Talla Development US Bank
Walgreens Co. Wells Fargo
West Hollywood Marketing & Visitors Bureau
Latham & Watkins LLP
West Hollywood Gateway
WN Sunset LLC
Mani Brothers Real Estate Investment
Vornado Realty Trust/ Beverly Connection
1. Mayor Heilman, Councilmember Horvath along with a few winners of Creative City Awards (CCA) including Rodney Scott of LA Pride/CSW, Scott Kramer of Multibrain, Hillary Selvin of National Council of Jewish Women, and Nic Adler of The Roxy Theatre. 2. Philippe Dray of Plaisir with Councilmember Abbe Land at CCA 3. CCA tables at The London West Hollywood 4. Councilmember Lindsey Horvath bidding at the silent auction 5. The Elliott Caine Trio 6. Chinese dragon ceremony at the Fresh East Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting 7. Hillary Selvin receiving the Thomas Crail Lifetime Achievement Award at CCA 8. Silent Auction at CCA
9. Mingling and networking at WeHo Chamber Mixer 10. Genevieve Morrill along with the co-hosts of the Holiday Mixerâ€”Allan Dallatorre of TOTO USA and Maxine Tatlonghari of Vanity Girl Hollywood 11. Mayor Pro Tempore John Duran with guests at Networking Mixer at Fresh East 12. Harlan Levinson, CPA with Melissa Leicester of Bookkeeping by Melissa and Lisa Wolfberg at Fresh East Networking Mixer 13. Michael Lushing of BRC Advisors along with guests at Holiday Mixer 14. Murphy Bishop of Senior Concierge and Matthew Clark 15. DJ Cat entertaining the crowd at the Holiday Mixer 16. Mayor Heilman, Councilmember Land, Ravine Hiranand of Fresh East and his family at the Fresh East Ribbon Cutting 17. Mayor Heilman, Councilmember Land, Deputy Ivor Pine, Deputy Michael Haibach, John Newberry of 24 Hour Fitness, WHCC Chair Alan Bernstein, Ruth Tittle of Capitol Drugs and Genevieve Morrill at 24 Hour Fitness Grand Re-Opening Ribbon Cutting.
new member profiles 9-15-10 through 1-15-11 …and Company, Est. 1999 8240 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046 Phone: 323-963-5199 Fax: 323-963-5198 email@example.com www.andcompany.com …and Company is a full service creative, strategy and design agency delivering powerful, meaningful thinking, ideas and executions to a variety of industries since 1999. From creative strategy, positioning, branding and identity to consumer and trade advertising, key art, stunt and out-of-home campaigns, graphic packages, to websites, online and social media, we execute a wealth of marketing solutions across multiple platforms. Alston & Bird, Est. 1893 333 S. Hope St., 16th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071 Phone: 213-576-1000 Fax: 213-576-1100 Nicki.Carlsen@alston.com www.alston.com Alston & Bird is full service law firm with offices in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Washington DC, Sacramento, and I am the co-leader of the Environmental and Land Development Practice Group for the firm nationally. I have twenty years of experience helping property owners achieve their development goals, ensuring compliance with land use and environmental laws and defending project approvals in court, if necessary. From 2005 through 2010, A&B received a top rating of 100 percent from the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index. Automated Parking Solutions, LLC, Est. 2009 1250 Long Beach Avenue, Suite 204 Los Angeles, CA 90021 Phone: 818-905-0283 Fax: 818-905-1631 firstname.lastname@example.org www.autoparkingsolutions.com AP Solutions provides expertise in the design, development and construction of automated parking technologies to clients in both the public and private sectors. BRC Advisors, Est. 2003 9744 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 207, Beverly Hills, CA 90212 Phone: 310-525-3703 Fax: 310-274-1268 email@example.com www.brcbeverlyhills.com BRC Advisors is a commercial real estate company providing Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Investment Sales, Marketing/Consulting and strategizing to all types of users including office, industrial and medical, with a specialization in retail and restaurants in the West Hollywood marketplace. Bringing both expertise and attention to detail, BRC is committed to providing the highest level of service to every client, believing that “one client for today is a partnership for tomorrow.”
Bank of America, Est. 2010 575 Elm Avenue, #5, Long Beach, CA 90802 Phone: 323-821-8323 Fax: 888-455-5887 Shane.firstname.lastname@example.org www.bankofamerica.com Senior Residential Mortgage Loan Officer with ten years experience in the mortgage industry. Specializing in building marketing alliances with real estate professionals. The Benjamin Eye Institute, Est. 1998 9201 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 709 West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-275 5533 Fax: 310-275 5523 email@example.com www.benjamineye.com The Benjamin Eye Institute is a full service ophthalmology practice with emphasis on Refractive and Premium Cataract Care. Dr. Benjamin, M.D. is a board certified ophthalmologist with more then 12 years experience in surgical vision correction procedures. He has performed thousands of refractive procedures including LASIK, PRK, Visian ICL clear lens exchange and cataract surgery. Big Wieners, Est. 2010 Phone: 323-547-3511 Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bigwieners.net BIG WIENERS is a fast food experience offering premium tasting hot dogs “Big Wieners”, hamburgers “Beef Cakes”, Polish sausages, healthy options, sides and soft drinks. Think of it as the cooler, male version of Hooters as the food is served by our friendly and sexy staff. Look for it coming soon! CBRE 1840 Century Park E., #700, Los Angeles, CA 90067 Phone: 310-550-2603 Fax: email@example.com www.cbre.com CB Richard Ellis is the global leader in real estate services. Each year, we complete thousands of successful assignments - with clients from the gamut of industries. This volume creates market knowledge that allows us to seize opportunities, speed the business process and create the most thorough, precisely accurate picture of global commercial real estate conditions and trends. Every day, in markets around the globe, we apply our insight, experience, intelligence and resources to help clients make informed real estate decisions. We do not exist without our clients - and we never lose sight of this fact. Cecconi’s West Hollywood, Est. 2009 8764 Melrose Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-432-2000 Fax: 310-432-2004 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cecconiswesthollywood.com A classic Italian restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. We proudly prepare healthy approachable Italian cuisine using only the freshest ingredients of the highest quality but keeping the menu affordable for everyone. Join us for a meal in the restaurant, terrace, or host in our private dining space, with seating for up to 40 people.
Classic Party Rentals, Est. 1980 2310 E. Imperial Hwy. El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: 310-535-3660 Fax: (310) 535-3620 email@example.com www.classicpartyrentals.com From elegant corporate galas to casual beach-side bashes, Classic Party Rentals in El Segundo has the rental equipment you need to make your event a success. Our impeccable reputation for the highest quality china, furniture, and other party supplies -- always delivered on time -- is a Classic hallmark. So whether you’re planning a cozy brunch under sunny Southern California skies, or a lively evening beneath an oversized custom tent, at Classic, we’ve got you covered. Custom Comfort Mattress Company, Est. 1986 8919 Beverly Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90048 Phone: 949-636-1655 Fax: 866-838-5610 firstname.lastname@example.org www.customcomfortmattress.com Custom Comfort Mattress, Southern California’s best family owned mattress company, has opened a location in West Hollywood to serve the West Los Angeles area. Custom Comfort Mattress has been manufacturing mattresses for the past 25 years and distributes them in their 8 locations. The handcrafted mattresses made with the finest materials available have been providing a good night’s sleep to thousands of their customers. For more information please visit us at www. customcomfortmattress.com. D’ Yogurt! Est. 2010 7988 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046 Phone: 310-430-4332 Fax: email@example.com Our self serve frozen yogurt shop has 18 premium frozen yogurt flavors and over 30 toppings. We also do smoothies, frozen yogurt pies, and frozen yogurt cannoli’s. We have top quality frozen yogurt which has many health benefits, and also tastes creamy and delicious. We cater as well. Donna Eshelman, Est. 2010 7985 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 214 West Hollywood, CA 90046 Phone: 310-217-7543 Fax: mail4DonnaE@yahoo.com www.stellarcaterpillar.com Private movement instruction guides individuals toward higher skill whether that means better technique for athletes, improved artisitc perforance for actors and dancers, confident motor skill acquisition in infants, or increased comfort for those with pain/ injury. Select fitness and neuromuscular techniques are integrated in each session. Experience in various settings include the university, physical therapy clinic, master classes, public workshops, and home visits. Named “Best Pilates Teacher in LA” by LA Magazine in 1994.
Farmers Insurance, Est. 2010 1247 N. Flores St., #6, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 323-842-1546 Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org www.farmersagent.com Helping individuals, couples and businesses protect themselves from the many perils that life can throw their way is what I do. Ensuring that each client is treated with respect, honesty and integrity is how I run my business. Contact me for a personalized quote and a friendly review of your existing insurance, together we will put together an insurance package that fits into your budget, while giving you the coverage and protection you need. Fresh East, Est. 2010 8951 Santa Monica Blvd, Ste G-1 West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-859-9989 Fax: 310-859-9979 email@example.com www.fresheast.com A quick serve healthy pan Asian restaurant, offering delicious food from India, China, Japan, Thailand and Korea, prepared in a very healthy way only using organic and natural ingredients. We also offer select Wine, Beer, Sake and Sochu. We have free wi-fi and ample free parking. The Geffen Playhouse, Est. 1995 10886 Le Conte Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90024 Phone: 310-208-6500 Fax: 310-208-0341 firstname.lastname@example.org www.geffenplayhouse.com The Geffen Playhouse has been a hub of the Los Angeles theater scene since opening its doors in 1995. Noted for its intimacy and celebrated for its mix of classic and contemporary plays, new works and musicals, the Geffen Playhouse continues to garner national recognition. The company is helmed by Producing Director and President of the Board Gilbert Cates, Artistic Director Randall Arney, Managing Director Ken Novice and Chairman of the Board Frank Mancuso. Hollywood Electrics, Est. 2009 901 N. Fairfax Avenue West Hollywood, CA 90046 Phone: 323-654-8271 Fax: email@example.com www.hollywoodelectrics.com Hollywood Electrics is the premier distributor for electric motorcycles, scooters and bicycles. We carry the largest selection of two-wheeled electric vehicles in Southern California. Electric vehicles cost pennies to charge and unlike their gasoline powered counterparts, do not require oil changes or other expensive maintenance. Our products are perfect for businesses looking to improve their fleet visibility while reducing operating costs, budget and eco-minded individuals, and even performance driven motorcycle enthusiasts. William W. Hurtt, CPA 12011 San Vicente Blvd., Suite 330 Los Angeles, CA 90049 Phone: 310-440-9200 Fax: William@whurttcpa.com www.whurttcpa.com William has over 12 years experience in taxation specializing in individuals, small businesses and nonprofits. Services provided include tax return preparation, tax planning, business and strategic planning and bookkeeping. William frequently consults on choice-of-entity considerations, real estate sales and development, and multi-state operations.
Johnson Favaro, Est. 1988 5898 Blackwelder Street, Culver City, CA 90232 Phone: 310-559-5720 Fax: 310-559-8220 firstname.lastname@example.org www.johnsonfavaro.com Founded in 1988, Johnson Favaro provides architectural planning and design services for schools, colleges, universities, municipalities and local governments. Committed to excellence in design, the firm has received six American Institute of Architects (AIA) awards and numerous other honors. Key Club, Est. 1996 9039 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-274-5800 Fax: 310-786-1705 Nicole@keyclubla.com www.keyclubla.com The Key Club, located on the legendary Sunset Strip, is West Hollywood’s premiere live music and special events venue. It offers top notch, renowned productions complimented by a full service restaurant and V.I.P. experience. Laser Away, Est. 2004 8953 Sunset Blvd ., West Hollywood, CA 90038 Phone: 310-385-8329 Fax: email@example.com www.laseraway.net Laser Away specializes in Laser Hair Removal and offers cutting edge technology which allows us to be the leader in Southern California, in our field. Laser Away has become the industry Gold standard one stop shop for non invasive cosmetic enhancement procedures and is well known for specalizing in creating a natural youthful look. Laser Away offers Botox, Juv’derm, Radiesse, Thermage NXT, Fat slimming Zerona, and more. Harlan Levinson, CPA, Est. 1988 6300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1010 Los Angeles, CA 90048 Phone: 323-655-1040 Fax: 323-651-5938 firstname.lastname@example.org www.h-cpa.com Harlan Levinson, CPA is a reliable, responsible, high quality Certified Public Accountant offering personalized services in taxation, financial and business services. His practice includes a wide range of small businesses and individuals, with a concentration in the Entertainment Industry and Professionals, such as Physicians and Attorneys. Estates and Trusts Taxation and Planning is also an area they focus on. MAXIMILLIAN GALLERY, Est. 2010 1200 Alta Loma Road, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-881-6025 Fax: 310-881-6026 email@example.com www.maximilliangallery.com MAXIMILLIAN GALLERY at SUNSET MARQUIS represents emerging and contemporary artists and features unique functional art and art gifts. The gallery launched at Sunset Marquis Dec 4th, 2010, with New York school abstract expressionist artist Amaranth Ehrenhalt, whose show will run until Mar 15th, 2011. The gallery will be open 7 days from 1 – 8 pm, except certain major Holidays.
Meridian Day Spa, Est. 2010 808 Hilldale Avenue, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 301-601-7633 Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org www.meridianweho.com Meridian Day Spa brings you exceptional services at affordable prices. Conveniently located in the heart of West Hollywood, we provide a variety of massage therapies and skin care treatments in a beautiful and tranquil day spa facility. Come enjoy a massage, facial, waxing, or body scrub in a relaxing spa atmosphere, without paying the usual spa prices. Modani Furniture, Est. 2010 8873 W. Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-652-2323 Fax: 213-341-2283 email@example.com www.modani.com Modern Furniture Modani sells ultra modern and contemporary furniture for any interior. We offer trendy styles of the latest furniture designs for your bedroom, living room, dining room, patio and entire home, apartment or office. Our products are offered at extremely affordable prices. Purchase modern furniture, modern sofas, sectionals, platform beds, lounge chairs, dining room tables, contemporary chairs, coffee tables, TV stands and dressers, outdoor furniture, modern lighting, office furniture, contemporary accessories, and more. Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Len Anderson 9665 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 Phone: 310-994-6208 Fax: Leonard.firstname.lastname@example.org www.mssb.com Len Anderson and Morgan Stanley work to design unique and tailored financial portfolios for medium size companies and high net worth individuals. The resources available are among the best in the world. Morgan Stanley leads all financial institutions worldwide in managed money. Len’s emphasis is on private wealth management. O! Burger, Est. 2008 8593 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-854-0234 Fax: 310-854-0104 email@example.com www.oburger.net Serving only organic food and drinks: beef is organic grass fed and turkey is organic free range. O! Burger makes their own veggie burgers and their own sauces, vegan and dairy. The veggie burger was voted “Best in LA” by Alicia Silverstone in her blog “The Kind Life.” Out & About Tours, Est. 2009 7652 Sunset Blvd. Ste. 101, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Phone: 323-804-4161Fax: 310-786-1705 firstname.lastname@example.org www.outandabout-tours.com Out & About Tours is so excited to unveil the first and only gay bus tour in the Hollywood area that reveals, in an entertaining way, the culturally rich, vital and often hidden gay history in the city of Los Angeles and its relevance to our present-day gay experience. With an open door to adults from the LGBT community and the friends who support us, we will continue to enlighten, educate and amuse everyone who dares set foot on our wild ride.
New Member Profiles, continues on page 14
West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce 2011 Programs The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has rolled out a new business plan for 2011. Besides increased advocacy and business development, the Chamber will put more emphasis on promotions and programs that drive traffic for members. The mission of the Chamber is to support and advocate for a community environment where commerce can flourish. COMM U N IC ATIO N S Weekly WRAP The WRAP will have a new look and will reach over 2,000 registered subscribers who have “opted in!” Redesigned to accommodate new advertising opportunities and distinct sections, this online newsletter is emailed every Wednesday with current information on Government Affairs, Chamber Events, Member Spotlights, Member Announcements and City News. Information touted in the WRAP is also placed on Facebook for thousands of fans and friends who “like” us! West Hollywood WORKS Produced quarterly, this four-color, glossy, 16-page printed newsletter is distributed to 2,000 recipients. 1,000 copies are mailed via the postal service and 1,000 are distributed to various locations around West Hollywood. Chock full of relative info, Members have opportunities to advertise or insert promotional information to entice potential customers. A PDF is also available online for those curious Chamber rubberneckers. West Hollywood Facebook Page They told their friends and those friends told their friends and now we have lots of “Friends and “Fans.” Friends keep coming to our fan page and Facebook is a valuable platform for Chamber members for distributing news and touting activities – easily accessible and shareable.
We secured our Vanity URL and redesigned our page, elevating its look and creating new tabs for New Members profiles. Thanks to Multibrain for the new hip look and uses! The Chamber is now allowing Members to advertise on the West Hollywood Chamber page. Check us out at http://www.facebook. com/wehochamber! Twitter The Chamber is working with the experts to create promotions utilizing the power of the “Tweet” to drive traffic and create awareness about our Chamber Members, promotions and events. Wehochamber.com Website Our website receives over 50,000 visitors per month. This website was recently redesigned in 2009 and has been significantly upgraded. The Chamber will invest in a facelift this year, improving navigational tools, including showcasing with images and video applications. New advertising opportunities are being created to allow Members opportunities to showcase all their great products and services to site visitors. A new online directory will provide Members and general public easier access to our Business Directory. The website will have links to resources which complement the Chamber’s mission and provide Members easy access and one-stop-shop for information on opening and operating a business and those important contacts in West Hollywood.
Chamber BLOG This long-form content Blog will have news updates to tout Chamber activities and successes. Members will have a live feed of all current information. Why wait for the WRAP and when you can get it LIVE! PROGRAMS Small Business Seminars Last fall the Chamber launched its very successful series WEHO SOCIAL. This educational seminar gave relevant information to businesses about the how-tos and what-fors of Social Media. Hosted by Multibrain who brought experts from Yelp, Groupon, Markyr Media, and a case study presentation from Nic Adler (The Roxy) and Alf Lamont (The Comedy Store) about the very successful Social Strip and Tweet Crawl, making WEHO SOCIAL a huge hit for our Members. Small Business Seminars will be a bi-monthly, brown bag lunch program, with a diverse line up of speakers and topics. Programs include seminars, panel discussions and workshops in varying topics pertinent to the business community such as purchasing trends, changes in business tax laws, or developing new marketing strategies of the Social Network markets. Whether you are a start-up company or have been in business for many years, these business programs keep companies informed with relevant information. WEHO Marketplace A place to shop, generate leads, establish new customers, create brand awareness and get to know your local community. This program will be both online and offline
and will allow you to promote your business and provide Member to Member discounts to fellow Members and the local consumer. Advertising will be available and unique incentives and promotions will be highlighted. For the offline marketplace exhibitors can showcase product and services at a tradeshow-style event. Speed Networking Referrals and lead generating programs such as Speed Networking are vitally important for Chamber Members. Speed Networking was launched last year and has been extremely successful for our members. Fresh Bites, French Quarter, Dukes, Mirabelle, and Custom Comfort Mattress have each played host to this breakfast program which meets the first Tuesday of each month. Networking Mixers Held the last Wednesday of each month, Chamber mixers are one of the most proven successful methods for networking and generating leads and relationships. This year, the Chamber is partnering Members together to enhance the overall event. These partnerships help to showcase more of our Members and delivers additional activities, amenities, audiences and excitement to our events. New Member Breakfast Hosted by House of Blues, this quarterly event brings together new members for a Chamber orientation and breakfast. Chamber representatives provide information on how best to maximize your Membership benefits. Members are provided a platform to talk about themselves and their business and have an opportunity to network.
Entrepreneur Program Many Chamber Members have home office businesses, free agents, independent contractors or sales jobs that take them on the road away from an office. The Chamber will convert its front office area to create work station cubicles providing online access, copiers, fax machines and scanners for a menu of fees. Parking Program The Chamber is fortunate to have numerous members in the business of parking. These experts have come together on the Chamber Parking Committee to assist businesses and their clientele access a comprehensive parking program. This program provides information on parking locations and options for the general public as well as information about parking requirements and compliances needed to open a business in West Hollywood. In addition, the Chamber is working with the City and its various agencies to tie into existing parking programs. Leadership Council This high-level membership provides access to various speakers and information pertinent to the business executive. An intimate lunch, hosted at Sunset Marquis Hotel & Villas, allows leaders and stakeholders in our community one-on-one time with government leadership, corporate peers and business professionals. These experts provide information on upcoming legislation and access to relative industry issues which impact our businesses. Leadership Council is a luncheon program which meets every other month.
PROMOTIONS Street by Street These promotions will be designed to drive traffic to specific areas of West Hollywood or business sectors. Using the latest and greatest of Social Media, the Chamber will work with businesses to create various incentive-driven promotions to geographic locations. Taking a chapter from Sunset Strip’s Tweet Crawl and Social Strip, the Chamber will promote its membership by engaging the public in fun and interesting activities, discounts and demos to drive spending into your area and your business. Health Fair Health, fitness and lifestyle companies will be available to educate and illuminate the consumer on various products and services available. In addition to exhibitors, the Health Fair will have demonstrations and medical experts on hand to engage the public. Businesses can learn about programs which provide insurance discounts for employers and other topics and trends. There are opportunities to participate on the Health Fair Committee by calling the Chamber office. West Hollywood Job & Career Development Fair This very successful event provides employers an opportunity to showcase their company as well as gather hundreds of applications from over 300 job seekers. Educational information about the job market, career trends, resume development and the interview process are incorporated into the event. Opportunities to participate on the Job Fair Committee are available by calling the Chamber office. Promotions, continues on page 12
“As a private tour company owner, I really didn’t know how I would fit into the mix,
but after spending 5 minutes with Chamber staff, I soon realized that we all had the common goal of not only promoting our own businesses, but more importantly, working as a community to support one another and the amazing city of West Hollywood. --Jimmy McGill, Glitterati Tours
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Creative Meetings & Events West Hollywood, the Creative City, has many unique products and services which service the meeting and event markets. This promotion is designed to create opportunities for partnerships by packaging these products and services to showcase them to meeting and event planners, entertainment clients, non-profits, destination agents and corporations. Participants include our Member hotels, entertainment/event venues, restaurants, night clubs, producers, caterers, audio visual companies, rental companies, DJ’s and musical groups, photographers and public relations firms. Any company or individual seeking vendors and venues relative to the meeting and event planner markets will have easy access to a one-stop-shop online or printed material distributed throught-out the region. Promotion will be planned in connection with efforts by the Marketing & Visitors Bureau (MVB) to complement existing programs and drive traffic to MVB websites and/or local businesses. Those interested in participating should call Lisa Wolfberg at the Chamber. Taste of WEHO This will be one of the most significant new promotions for West Hollywood Chamber. This event is designed to showcase our Chamber Members in the food and beverage industries. Promoted to the public both locally and regionally, Taste of WEHO will feature our our Chamber Members and West Hollywood establishments and what they have to offer.
“WEHO Advocate” This promotion is created to connect our local residents with our local businesses and provide great incentives to “Shop Locally”. Those Chamber Members that want to participate must provide a discount or an incentive to be part of the program. “WEHO Advocate” program will provide locals with a laminated card to show to participating businesses when they shop, dine or play at Chamber Member businesses. A N N U A L E VENTS Annual Meeting & Board Installation West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Meeting celebrates our outgoing board members and past Chair and the installation of our new Board of Directors. The presentation of the Ray Reynolds Award is the outgoing Chair’s choice and is presented to honor someone’s commitment to the organization. The event has been redesigned as an informal breakfast at a unique venue. The program highlights the installation of board directors, and presents the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Report. Thursday, January 27, 2011 State of The City (Economic Showcase) This luncheon provides an arena for West Hollywood business leaders, stakeholders, City Councilmembers, State and County officials to gather and share information on important issues about the City’s economic progress, economic trends, and new business developments. The program reviews the City’s economic growth or hardships in the past year and our economic future. Thursday, June 30, 2011
28th Annual Creative City Awards: Honoring Innovation in Business Established as one of the premiere events in West Hollywood, Creative City Awards honors Chamber Member businesses for their innovation and creativity. The event is one of our most important fundraisers for the Chamber. Funds raised from this event help to support programming and promotions for the business community. Format consists of a pre-reception with silent auction followed by sit-down dinner and awards program. This is an event not to be missed and celebrates our business community at its finest! Thurday, November 10, 2011 If you would like information on participating in any of the above events, programs or promotions or interested in sponsorship, please call or email us at 323-650-2688 or email@example.com.
Save the Date West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Health Fair and
Capitol Drugs Sample Saturday Saturday, March 26, 2011 12pm - 4pm Sidewalks of West Hollywood at 8578 Santa Monica Blvd
“In one of the most diverse and progressive cities in the nation, the Chamber acts as a central resource for the facilitation
of business goals, upcoming issues that may impact business and also a source of information to help conduct and operate a successful business in West Hollywood. More than all this, the chamber has a fantastic open door policy and is refocused on providing a measurable return on the fees by acting as a sales and referral conduit to members, making it a marketing expense not a resource expense and therefore setting it apart from other chambers. --- Michael Berman, O-Bar Restaurant
New Member Profiles, continued from page 9 Roaring Lion Energy Drink, Est. 2001 8000 Wheatland Ave., Unit J, Sun Valley, CA 91352 Phone: 818-243-8200 Fax: 818-243-8201 firstname.lastname@example.org www.roaringlion.com Roaring Lion is the #2 energy drink brand served in nightclubs and bars throughout the USA. We are happy to provide industry leading taste and functionality in the following package sizes: 355ml can, 500ml can and 3 gallon BNB. Lionize yourself!
“ The Chamber puts real effort into introducing
the business community to one another and cares deeply about creating and fostering relationships between members. --Caradoc, Maximillian Gallery
The Roxy Theatre, Est. 1973 9009 Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-278-9457 Fax:310-278-2447 email@example.com www.theroxysunset.com Opened in 1973, The Roxy Theatre is Sunset Strip’s premier music venue. The intimate room has played host to everyone from Marley to MSTRKRFT. Independently owned and operated, The Roxy is known for it’s eclectic, must-see line-ups that have included debut gigs from Travis, X, A-Trak, LMFAO and Shwayze, plus landmark performances from icons like Dolly Parton, Slash, Chris Cornell and Neil Young, and recent shows from All American Rejects, My Chemical Romance and many more. The Senior Concierge, Inc., Est. 2010 1285 N. Sweetzer Ave., Suite 106, West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-734-8016 Fax: Murphy@theseniorconcierge.com www.theseniorconcierge.com The Senior Concierge is a lifestyle management company. We have over 100 services. Transportation, errands, personal chefs, trainers and housekeepers are a few of the services we provide. Call us for any need and we will work on a solution. Our goal is to make your life easier. Visit www.TheSeniorConcierge.com to see a complete list of services. TeamLogic IT, Est. 2005 751 N. Formosa Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046 Phone: 323-963-4757 firstname.lastname@example.org www.teamlogicit.com TeamLogic IT of LA-WestHollywood is a technology business and part of a large national organization of service providers for managing information technology for small to mid-sized businesses. We provide managed IT services that address the needs of most computer networks/systems. Services include networking, security, data, and email services, as well as hardware and software support. We also offer a variety services including preventative maintenance services, previously available only to larger organizations, one being SystemWatchIT®. Vanity Girl Hollywood, Est. 2008 8581 Santa Monica Blvd., #531 West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 323-540-4844 Fax: Maxine@VanityGirlHollywood.com www.vanitygirlhollywood.com Vanity Girl Hollywood creates the finest professional makeup mirrors in Hollywood for both commercial and home use. Celebrity clients include: Kim Kardashian (Beverly Hills home and DASH NYC), Carrie Underwood (MUA), Mariah Carey (tour), Amber Valletta and Whitney Houston (tour). Part of this haute Hollywood brand success has been founder (and local WeHo girl) Maxine’s love for social media in sharing all things glamour, travel and celebrity philanthropy. Tweet her @VanityGirl! Z Pizza, Est. 1999 8869 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069 Phone: 310-360-1414 Fax: 310-360-1432 email@example.com www.zpizza.com Z pizza takes a unique approach by appealing to traditional pizza lovers, health conscious consumers and gourmet palates alike. Artisan pizzas, rusticas, pastas, calzones, sandwiches and salads are made with all natural and organic ingredients with gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options.
“ We have been a member of the Chamber of Commerce
for 3 years. Since then we have landed three substantial clients. The Chamber of Commerce is working for our company. --Nancy Zavala, The Addressers
West Hollywood Chamber Committee Opportunities There are many ways to get involved with the Chamber to make a difference in your community by volunteering, sharing your expertise and getting plugged in. Participation on Committees offers Members the opportunity to contribute directly to the work of the Chamber and to interact with fellow Chamber Members who share common interests. Committee participation is a great way for Members to network, share ideas and further the Chamberâ€™s objectives for businesses through Chamber promotions, support and advocacy initiatives. Below are descriptions of the Chamberâ€™s active committees. If you are interested in joining one of these committees please contact the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce at (323) 650-2688. Governmental Affairs Committee This committee reviews requests for project support and discusses other governmental issues affecting the business community. Member Relations Committee This committee works to retain and increase membership by assessing and accommodating the needs of the Members. Sub-Committees are also formed to address category-specific areas of concern such as - Hotel Council; Restaurants; Nightlife; Lifestyle; Art and Design; and Parking. Special Events Committee This committee assists in the planning and implementation of Special Events. Committee members participate in all aspects of the events. Time commitment corresponds to upcoming events. Financial Committee This committee reviews the finances and keeps the Chamber fiscally on track and on target. Committee helps to develop ideas to facilitate fundraising activities for the Chamber. Committee members are asked to attend monthly committee meetings as well as work together with the Special Events Committee during its fundraising events. Health Fair Committee This committee assists in the planning of the annual Health Fair. Committee members participate in all aspects of executing the event. Committee members are asked to attend planning meetings for the Health Fair. Job Fair Committee This committee assists in the planning of the annual Job Fair. Committee members participate in all aspects of executing the event. Committee members are asked to attend planning meetings for the Job Fair. 16
Governmental Affairs & Business Advocacy West Hollywood to Implement “No Smoking” Ordinance for Outdoor Dining Areas In December 2009, the City Council directed the City Attorney to draft a comprehensive ordinance prohibiting smoking in outdoor patios and open air spaces. After a year-long debate and participation on a Task Force convened by City Manager and comprised of individuals from the community concerned with this issue, the Council introduced “An Ordinance of the City of West Hollywood to prohibit smoking in outdoor dining and other public areas” on February 7, 2011 at the West Hollywood City Council meeting. (Please note: at the time this article was written, January 28, 2011, the Council had not yet adopted this ordinance.) The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce took part on the task force to help shape an ordinance which we hoped would have the least amount of fiscal impact to our Members and were able to accomplish a few compromises in the proposed draft staff recommendation. Staff report to Council recommended the following: • Outdoor dining areas of restaurants will be included, but outdoor areas of bars and nightclubs will be exempt from the smoking prohibition. • Restaurants with varying operating characteristics in the late evening will be permitted to create smoking operation plans that allow for a designated smoking area as long as no food is served and the space has an adequate 5-foot buffer from the non-smoking area. • The two hookah cafes and two existing private clubs currently located in the City will be exempt from the smoking prohibition. Restaurants may submit a Smoking Operations Plan for City review and approval outlining when and where smoking is allowed at a particular business and how and where signs will be erected identifying no smoking and smoking areas.
The City Council directed its staff to develop an anti-smoking education campaign and explore an incentive plan that would encourage businesses that are exempt from the ordinance to prohibit smoking in their establishments. The City will also work with the region’s leading health care agencies and social services providers to inform the community about smoking cessation programs and literature. The timeline for the implementation of this proposed Ordinance will be January 1, 2012. To download the full draft ordinance in PDF format go to http://www.weho.org/index.aspx?recordid=590&page=23
Santa Monica Boulevard Businesses Desire to Formulate Business Improvement District Businesses along Santa Monica Boulevard, between Doheny and La Cienega, and the adjacent side streets along the Boulevard, have been in discussions about the formation of a Business Improvement District, also known as a BID. The process has been spearheaded by consulting firm CIVITAS who specializes in the development of BIDS. CIVITAS has taken a steering committee comprised of Santa Monica Blvd. business owners and community members, through the process of what a BID is, how it is managed and funded, and how it is operated once formulated. Through the help of CIVITAS and the City of West Hollywood, the steering committee has been actively reaching out to the business community to inform them of the advantages of a potential BID. BIDs are aimed at increasing business activity and are a stable funding source for organizations and business owners to improve their business district.
Owners within the boundaries of the district work together to make significant improvements, attract customers, and develop the area. Funding comes from an assessment placed on business owners within the district and may be formulated and quantified through varying methods. The amount of the assessment is determined by the business owners at the formation process within legal guidelines. Funds raised must be spent within the district for the sole benefit of the businesses paying the assessment and cannot be diverted to government programs. Currently the City of West Hollywood has two other geographic BIDs: The Avenues: Art, Design & Fashion District and the Sunset Strip Business Association. Both BIDs have been successful in collectively marketing and promoting their business districts. *Excerpts taken from CIVITAS materials 17
West Hollywood Chamber Launches New Dues Structure for 2011 Membership
This year brings great change and new transitions full of wonderful and exciting programs certain to elevate our memberships and support your existing business objectives. In an effort to provide additional value to your membership, we have designed a new Membership dues structure, which consists of different levels, or tiers, offering you more benefits and marketing opportunities. Our new tiered Membership dues structure enables you to choose a package of benefits which works to support your business needs. Each varying levels offers additional marketing and advertising opportunities, increased brand exposure and access to programming. Below are detailed descriptions of the packaged benefits in each level. Members may also create a “custom package” tailored to work in conjunction with your business objectives. We hope you will find that this new tiered structure provides more value for your membership at the level of your choice. Transition to your new membership will take place at time of renewal and we will be calling you to assist in making your selection. Start to think about which level of membership works best for you, and give us a call if you would like to have a custom-fit! We look forward to this coming year and hope to see you at our many programs and events. Once again, our sincere thanks for your commitment to the collective force of our business community through your Chamber membership. BASIC PLAN: $350 INVESTMENT (A value of $600) *Companies with 25 or more employees are not eligible for this level. • Listing and Hotlink to your business on WHCC website, receiving over 50,000 hits per month • Admission to Business Referral programs • Member profile in online Membership Directory • Access to Networking Mixers • Database of Membership Directory • Business Advocacy • Member Spotlight on Weekly Wrap (one time per year) • Discounted advertising in West Hollywood WORKS circulating to 2000 businesses & individuals • Announcement of new and renewing members in West Hollywood WORKS • Assistance with Ribbon Cutting, Ground Breaking and Anniversary Celebrations • Participation and access to Member to Member Discount Program • Access to business information through SCORE • Legislative updates and information • Access to Educational Workshops and Programs CLASSIC MEMBER: $550 (A value of $1,340) *Companies of 50 or more employees not eligible for this plan All Benefits of the Basic Membership (Valued at $600) plus: • Discounted advertising on a category page on website for two (2) months ($250) • One-time discounted promotional insert in West Hollywood WORKS newsletter ($250) • Annual admission to educational workshops & programs ($240) PROMOTIONAL PARTNER: $750 (A value of $2,300) *Companies of 100 or more employees not eligible for this plan All Benefits of Classic Membership (Value of $1,340) plus: • One (1) ad in one Weekly Wrap ($150) • Bold & enlarged Link in Member Directory on webpage ($75) • Five (5) tickets to any WHCC promotional event ($250+) • One (1) ad on Facebook page for one month reaching over 1,400 friends and their friends ($75) • Membership database on labels ($60) • Business card size ad in one issue of West Hollywood WORKS newsletter ($85) 18
ADVOCATE MEMBER: $1,500 (A value of $4,600) All Benefits of Promotional Partner Membership ($2,300) plus: • Ad on a category page on website that will run continuously for three (3) months ($375) • Use of conference room three (3) times per year, based on availability and 4-hour use ($600) • One (1) quarter page ad in West Hollywood Works quarterly Newsletter ($125) • Five (5) additional ads on Facebook page (total of 8 ads) ($375) • Five (5) total category listings ($25) • $300 Chamber dollars to use at any Chamber events ($300) • Opportunity to showcase business as a Networking Mixer host and/or as host partner ($500) LEADERSHIP COUNCIL: $2,500 (A value of $8,785) All benefits of Advocate Membership ($4,600) plus: • Admission into bi-monthly Leadership Council Luncheons ($560) • Increased advocacy and support during City Council and Planning Commission meetings • Six (6) additional months of advertising on website category page ($1,500) • Ad on a section page for three (3) months ($375) • Five additional (5) Ads on Weekly Wrap ($750) • Corporate logo on Leadership Section on Website ($250) • Two (2) seats to State of the City or Annual Installation ($150) • Opportunity to place one promotional piece of collateral in lobby ($350) • Complimentary booth at promotional event of choice ($50 to $250)
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has been “ the absolute number one source of gaining and retaining clientele for our organization. We always look forward to the fantastic events put together by the Chamber.
Tony Melia, President Greg DeLaCerda, Vice President National Business Insurance Agency
EXECUTIVE PARTNER: $5,000 (A value of $18,600) All benefits of Leadership Membership ($8,785) plus: • Free admission to all Networking Mixers ($240) • Corporate logo on Home Page of Chamber website with hot link ($1,500) • Corporate logo in 52 issues of Weekly Wrap (104,000 impressions) ($5,200) • One (1) half page ad in West Hollywood Works Newsletter ($250) • Logo inclusion in West Hollywood Works Newsletter (6 issues/12,000 impressions) ($900) • Product display and booth at Job Fair or Health Fair ($50) • Product display and booth at WeHo Marketplace/Small Business Expo ($50) • Five additional (5) Ads (totaling 13) on Facebook page ($375) • Five (5) Additional Ads (totaling 11) in Weekly Wrap ($750) • Event posting on WHCC online calendar ($500)
CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE: $7,500 (PRICELESS!) All benefits of Executive Plan ($18,600) plus: • Corporate logo on specified promotional materials for programs (EXCLUSIVE) • First right of refusal to sponsor Chamber signature events (EXCLUSIVE) • Corporate logo displayed in Chamber lobby (EXCLUSIVE) • One full page ad in West Hollywood WORKS Newsletter ($495) • Preferred seating at Chamber fundraisers (EXCLUSIVE) • Banner ad on page of your choice for six months ($1200) • One exclusive, stand-alone email blast to members ($275) • Five additional (5) Ads (totaling 18)on Facebook page ($375) • Five (5) additional ads (totaling 16) on Weekly Wrap ($750) • Ad on category page for 12 months on website ($10,000) • CEO profile in Business Directory (EXCLUSIVE) • One time use of Chamber’s bulk mail permit (EXCLUSIVE) PLATINUM PARTRON: $15,000 (Customized Packages include tickets/seats/tables, signage and advertising at events)
West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Mission Statement & Major Objectives Mission Statement: To support and advocate for a community environment where commerce can flourish. Major Objectives:
• Advance business activity through economic development; • Advocate the position of the business community; • Enhance the quality of community life; • Achieve and maintain a progressive, integrated communications program; and • Maintain and enhance operational effectiveness and efficiency.
WHCC Staff Matthew Clark Administrative Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Wolfberg Director of Membership & Events email@example.com Genevieve Morrill President/CEO firstname.lastname@example.org
8272 Santa Monica Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90046 www.wehochamber.com
email@example.com Phone: 323-650-2688 Fax: 323-650-2689
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