CHAMBER CENTRAL A PUBLICATION OF THE WESTMORELAND COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce is proud to honor excellence in local business at the 2019 Annual Business Meeting & Awards Luncheon on Thursday, October 10. The signature event is held each fall to recognize the organization’s leadership, highlight past year achievements, and review the goals for the upcoming year. In addition to the brief business meeting, an awards ceremony will be held to recognize and honor the 2019 award recipients. This year’s award recipients are: • Business of the Year Blue Sky Sign Co. • Chamber Member of the Year Jessica Urbanik GOAL Magazine • Not-for-Profit of the Year Westmoreland Children First • ATHENA® Award Lisa Frederick Unity Printing Company
Nominations, submitted by fellow members, were collected during the months of May, June and July. A 15-member panel of judges independently read each nomination summary and rated each candidate. Scores were calculated to determine the award recipient in each category. Recipients will be honored in a special awards ceremony during the
luncheon event that includes a video presentation; and each recipient will receive a handsome engraved plaque. “As in the past, the Chamber was thrilled with the caliber of nominees this year. These nominees are the types of outstanding individuals, businesses, and organizations that embody the Chamber and make Westmoreland County a great place to live and work,” said Chad Amond, President & CEO of the Chamber. “The recipients as well as the nominees are all winners, as is Westmoreland County for having them as a part of our community.” Other nominees included Columbia Northwest dba Aliner, Don’s Appliances, Fotorecord Print Center, The Growing Tree and Tronix3D for Business of the Year; Stu Hartman, The Hartman Insurance Agency, and Deborah Salopek, Integrity Retirement Solutions, for Chamber Member of the Year; Central Westmoreland Habitat for Humanity, Jamie Cordial Hall Foundation, Seton Hill University, St. Anne Home, Westmoreland Casemanagement & Supports, Westmoreland County Arts & Heritage Festival, Westmoreland County Community College, Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation and Zachary’s Mission for Not-for-Profit of the Year; and Vandye Nelson, Caroline O’Connor, Theresa Rusbosin, Leia Shilobod and Stacey Winfield for ATHENA® Award.
In keeping with this year’s Stone Soup theme, donations of non-perishable foods for the Westmoreland County Food Bank are being collected at the Chamber office and at select Chamber events leading up to the event. Read the full Stone Soup story at westmorelandchamber.com/stonesoup
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7:45 am - MBPA Chapter Networking Breakfast, Dick’s Diner, Murrysville
MURRYSVILLE BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION NETWORKING BREAKFAST Thursday, Sept. 5 | 7:45 - 9:00 AM | Dick’s Diner, Murrysville
WAKE UP WESTMORELAND Tuesday, Sept. 17 | 7:45 - 9:00 AM | Greensburg Garden & Civic Center
8:00 am - Marketing Committee Meeting 11:30 am - Women of Westmoreland Luncheon, Fred Rogers Center at Saint Vincent College, Latrobe
4:00 pm - Ribbon Cutting, pheple FCU, Greensburg
4:30 pm - BASH, Integrity Retirement Solutions, Greensburg
8:30 am - Small Business Roundtable: ‘Income Tax Planning for 2019, and YES, 2018 Extenders, too!’ with Case | Sabatini
8:00 am - Government Affairs Committee Meeting
8:00 am - Ambassador Committee Meeting
Thursday, September 12 | 11:30 - 1:15 | Fred Rogers Center, St. Vincent
- Motivational & Inspirational Speaker Ladies, we know we are Wonder Women. We can do it all and quicker than most. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t ask for help or accept the help that is offered. It can be life changing! “The Pancake Lady” is a real life story of a poor, single mom who had someone invest in her. She then inspired and changed her community. This story will inspire and motivate you. Nothing is stopping you from reaching your dreams, fulfilling your calling, and being unstoppable except YOU!
7:45 am - Wake Up Westmoreland Breakfast, Greensburg Garden & Civic Center
WOMEN OF WESTMORELAND LUNCHEON
SEPTEMBER BASH Thurs., Sept. 19 | 4:30 - 6:30 PM Hosted by: Integrity Retirement Solutions 1225 South Main Street Greensburg, PA 15601 No cost to members thanks to a sponsorship from Dollar Bank!
CHAMBER CENTRAL Michael T. Storms The first Monday in September is Labor Day. The Labor Day holiday grew from the organized labor movement at the end of the 19th century. Here are ten facts surrounding the holiday (supplied by the Labor Department, the Library of Congress, and other sources): 1. In September 1882, the unions of New York City decided to have a parade to celebrate their members being in unions, and to show support for all unions. At least 20,000 people were there, and the workers had to give up a day’s pay to attend. 2. Two people with similar names are credited with the first New York City event. Matthew Maguire, a machinist, and Peter McGuire, a carpenter, have been linked to the 1882 parade. The men were from rival unions. 3. The New York parade inspired other unions. Other regions started having parades, and by 1887, Oregon, Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, and Colorado made Labor Day a state holiday. 4. On May 4, 1886, a bomb exploded at a union rally in Chicago’s Haymarket Square, which led to violence that killed seven police officers and four others. The incident also led to May 1 being celebrated in most nations as Workers Day. The U.S. government chose Labor Day instead to avoid a celebration on May 1. Plus, New York's unions had already picked the first Monday in September for their holiday. 5. After violence related to the Pullman railroad strike, President Cleveland and lawmakers in Washington wanted a federal holiday to celebrate labor - and not a holiday celebrated on May 1. Cleveland signed an act in June 28, 1894 establishing the federal holiday. 6. The holiday has evolved over the years. In the late 19th century, celebrations focused on parades in urban areas. Now the holiday is
Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman Director of Operations, Engineered Products, Elliott Group
a celebration that honors organized labor with fewer parades, and more activities. It also marks the perceived end of the summer season. 7. It was a fashion faux pas to wear white clothing after the summer officially ended on Labor Day. This is an old tradition going back to the late Victorian era that isn’t really followed anymore. 8. Labor Day is the unofficial end of Hot Dog season. The National Hot Dog and Sausage Council says that between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Americans will eat 7 billion hot dogs. 9. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were 17.7 million union members in the workforce in 1983; in 2017 there was a reported 14.8 million members. 10. The biggest union today is The National Education Association with approximately 3 million members, including inactive and lifetime members. The facts clearly show that Labor Day has roots with organized labor but we should not forget that the labor force of today consists of an estimated 145,993,000 employed adults. We all work hard and deserve a day of relaxation and celebration of our contributions to this great nation. Enjoy your Labor Day!!!!
& David Baron cut the ceremonial ribbon at Home Instead Senior Care’s new Export office on July 18. Home Instead team members live and work in Export, so they are invested in our community on a very personal level. They believe every family in the area deserves individualized in-home senior care with a compassionate touch. As a locally owned business, they offer friendly, responsive service right in your neighborhood. While the Home Instead franchise network of 1,000+ is international, their office is local. And to everyone on the team, senior home care is personal.
Denise Brinley, executive director at PA Governor’s Office of Energy, cut the ribbon during the official grand opening of the Tenaska Westmoreland Generating Station in South Huntingdon Township on July 31. The $500 million plant, which employs 24 workers, has the generating capacity to power to 940,000 homes. The massive facility has towers that jut some 200 feet above the ground and the tops are visible from nearby Interstate 70. The plant went online in December 2018 and was at full capacity by early February.
Phoenix Rehabilitation and Health Services hosted a 20th Anniversary celebration on August 6 in Mount Pleasant. Efficient, purposeful and cost effective: that’s what Phoenix Rehabilitation believes patient care should be. Guided by the principles of employee satisfaction and quality clinical outcomes, they ensure treatment is delivered in a professional health care environment. They offer a variety of rehabilitative services to help you treat or prevent injuries and disabilities—physical therapy, occupational therapy, occupational health, athletic training, massage therapy, and more. Marquis Smith cut the ceremonial ribbon at the new location of the Marquis Smith Insurance Agency-Allstate on August 8 in Downtown Mount Pleasant. Marquis began his career in insurance and finance in 2002, and opened this agency in January of 2017. He says, “I'm in the insurance industry because I love working with and helping people. I believe treating people courteously and honestly is the only way to do business. I’m committed to helping Westmoreland County residents assess their immediate and long-term needs and choose options that will help them achieve their goals.” Submit Member Moves & Milestones content to email@example.com
The Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Open House on July 18 to celebrate the completion of our office renovation. We are extremely grateful for everyone who contributed to this project, and are excited to continue serving Westmoreland County in our new space. If you havenâ€™t stopped by for a tour yet, we invite you to do so!
Photos courtesy of 77 Design Co. and Timeless Expressions
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2017 ATHENA® Award winner Kim Kramer places the gold pin on 2018 ATHENA® Award winner Kathleen Hendrickson at the 2018 Annual Business Meeting & Awards Luncheon
Meet our Member Spotlight for September: Ali Iezzi, Community Relations and Events Director for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region. In 1975, Big Brothers Big Sisters was formed to provide services to children through mentoring relationships. Today, nearly 300 children per year receive valuable, one-to-one mentoring services. The mission of BBBSLR is attained through unique programming options that are individualized for each child and volunteer. Staff take great care in matching together a child and volunteer with similar interests and hobbies. As Community Relations and Events Director, Ali develops relationships and presence in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. She also plans and executes various events for the agency, from guest bartender nights to bowling and golf fundraisers, in addition to helping to create campaigns to raise awareness about and involvement in Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Laurel Region. “I love my work because of the people,” Ali says. “Big people- the mentors, the donors, and other adults, and because of the little people, the children- in and out of our program. I enjoy meeting everyone and sharing in their stories.” What does Ali enjoy most about being involved with the Chamber? She says, “I have met so many amazing people through the chamber! The events that are hosted have allowed me to connect, learn, and grow with my peers and with myself. I have been able to help our agency and in the process, I have made so many wonderful friends.” When she’s not working, Ali is a mom and a coach. She has 4 children, ranging in age from 21 to 7, and they keep her quite busy. She coaches ladies soccer at a club level at Hotspurs Soccer Club and at a middle school level at Gateway School District. When she’s not running children to practices, events and appointments, or coaching, she enjoys crafting and family game nights. Find out more at www.bbbslr.org.
The 2019 Annual Business Meeting & Awards Luncheon will be held on Thursday, October 10 at 11:30 a.m. at the Ramada Hotel & Conference Center in Greensburg. The event includes a plated lunch, brief business meeting and awards ceremony. The event is sponsored by First Commonwealth Bank, S&T Bank, 103.9 KHB/103.1 KVE, Classic Hits 107.1 WHJB, Laura Edgerly Designs, Skene 19 Films, Smail Auto Group, Trib Total Media, Carlow University, Fotorecord Print Center, Standard Bank, First National Bank, Diversified Planners and PNC Bank. Register at westmorelandchamber.com or call the Chamber office at 724-834-2900.
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WESTMORELAND COUNTY COMMISSIONER SAVE THE DATE Tuesday, October 29 | Doors Open at 6 PM Westmoreland County Community College Science Hall Auditorium
CHAMBER CENTRAL 2019 Board of Directors
Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce
Michael Storms - Elliott Group (Chair) Christina Jansure - Jeannette Specialty Glass (Vice Chair) Bradley Roth - Kattan Ferretti Financial (Treasurer) Ron Ott - University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg (Secretary)
241 Tollgate Hill Road | Greensburg, PA 15601 Phone: 724-834-2900
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Linda Dickson - Redstone Presbyterian SeniorCare Chrissy Ferree - Chroma Technology Solutions Walt Henry - THE pt GROUP Physical Therapy Michelle Ivill - Vale Vista Associates John Kline - Standard Bank Sherry Magretti-Hamilton - Westmoreland County Register of Wills Jeffrey McDonald - West Penn Power/First Energy Gabe Monzo - Westmoreland County Airport Authority Ann Nemanic - Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Dennis O’Hara - Guardian Construction Management Dr. Gennaro “Jamie” Piraino Jr. - Franklin Regional School District Jason Rigone - Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation James Smith - Economic Growth Connection Dr. Tuesday Stanley - Westmoreland County Community College Jessica Urbanik - GOAL Magazine Paul Ward - Kennametal *Michael Egan - CBL Associates/Westmoreland Mall *Bill Ferri - Ferri Pharmacy *Tony Vecchio - Coldwell Banker * Ex-officio member
Solicitor James Creenan - Creenan & Baczkowski, PC
Chamber Staff Chad Amond - President & CEO Courtney Guerrieri - Director of Membership Services Joanne Pearson - Director of Operations Tricia Thomas - Director of Communications & Event Planning Grace Markum - Leadership Westmoreland Facilitator/Consultant
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The Four awards presented at the Annual Business Meeting Luncheon are:
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Help the Chamber Grow! New Member Recruitment Contest September 1 – October 31, 2019
First Prize: (recruit a minimum of 3 new members to be eligible)
2 Night Stay & Dinner at Seven Springs Mountain Resort Includes room accommodations & breakfast both days for 2 and $100 for dinner Prize Courtesy of Seven Springs Mountain Resort & the Chamber
Second Prize: (recruit a minimum of 2 new members to be eligible)
2 Penguins Tickets Prize Courtesy of SecondHalf Coach Wealth Management
Third Prize: (recruit a minimum of 1 new member to be eligible)
Free Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Dues for a Year (up to $600 value) Prize Courtesy of Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee
It’s Easy to Enter 1. Check your Contacts to identify business associates who would make a good addition to the Chamber. 2. Have your prospective new member complete and return the attached membership application with payment. Be sure they list your name/company in the “Referred By” section. 3. Repeat steps 1 & 2 as many times as possible to leave your competition in the dust and be eligible for one of the amazing prizes listed above. See Reverse for official rules or call the Chamber office at 724-834-2900 for more information.
Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce 2019 New Member Recruitment Contest
Official Rules: •
To participate you must be a Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce member, or the employee of a Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce member company.
Contest runs from 8:00 am on Sunday, September 1, 2019 until 3:00 pm on Thursday, October 31, 2019.
A new member is defined as a company or organization that is not currently a Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce member as of August 31, 2019.
A new member recruit will be counted toward your total when the new member’s dues are paid in full. Dues must be paid no later than October 31, 2019 at 3:00 pm to be eligible for the contest.
New members will be counted on a first come first served basis. New member applications must clearly indicate the recruiting individual and company to be recorded in your tally.
To be eligible for prize drawing you must recruit a minimum number of new members as follows: (participants are only able to win 1 prize) Three (3) new members for First Prize Two (2) new members for Second Prize One (1) new member for Third Prize
Prizes will be awarded in descending order according to the participant who recruits the most new members. Ties will be decided by either a coin flip or via raffle drawing.
The judgment of any and all disputes arising from this contest will be resolved by the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors Committee with their resolution serving as the final ruling.
Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce employees are not eligible to participate.
This contest is designed to provide an incentive to grow the Chamber’s membership and to help current members network with other area businesses. Participants are encouraged to be competitive, play fair, and have fun!
Winners will receive their prizes at the Westmoreland County Chamber Office on Friday, November 8, 2019 at 9:00 am. *Each Participant that recruits a new member will receive a small gift for taking part in the contest. ** The contest participants will be placed in a drawing for each prize level they have achieved. One winner will be drawn from the entries at that level.
Wednesday, December 4 | 5 to 8 PM | Greensburg Ramada
This Event Gathers Exhibitors Over
Exhibit booths are available now! This event sells out—reserve a spot today! BOOTH: $175
ELF: $275 • Skirted 6-foot table and 2 chairs • Admission for 2 people • Special recognition at the event
• Skirted 6-foot table and 2 chairs • Admission for 2 people
(additional seats—$25 per person) • Option for electric while space is available
(logo on signage) • One complimentary e-blast ad (must be used by November 15, 2020)
SANTA: $1,500 • • • • •
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Skirted 6-foot table and 2 chairs Choice of preferred booth location Admission for 4 and electric Logo on Chamber website Special recognition at the event—logo on signage and announcement from the podium by the emcee • Choice of two complimentary newsletter inserts (sponsor provides copies) or e-blast ads (must be used by November 15, 2020)
Skirted 6-foot table and 2 chairs Choice of preferred booth location Admission for 2 and electric (while available) Logo on Chamber website Special recognition at the event (logo on signage) • Choice of one complimentary newsletter insert (sponsor provides copies) or e-blast ad (must be used by November 15, 2020)
Form of Payment
Business Name Contact Person
Check VISA MC Amex Discover
Name on Credit Card
Attendees Member Booth $175
Billing Address Electricity $25
Non-Member Booth $300
Sponsor Level Santa ($1,500) Rudolph ($525) Elf ($275) Extra Attendees: ($25 each)
CC# Exp. Date
Mail this form to: 241 Tollgate Hill Road, Greensburg, PA 15601 Register online at www.westmorelandchamber.com
*Exhibit space is limited and is on a first come, first served basis. Call 724-834-2900 for details.
The Chamber’s official, exclusive community guide covering everything from healthcare and education to government and business! Reserve your space in the 2020 directory and showcase your company’s products/services throughout the entire county. With distribution to every Chamber business, this publication is an easy, cost-effective way to get exposure for your business all year long. 12 months of advertising for one low cost — rates held from last year! Advertisers receive a free BOLD listing in printed directory Add value to your Chamber membership & promote name recognition Prepayment discount and payment plans make advertising easy & affordable
PREMIUM POSITIONS Back Cover Inside Front and Back Cover
MEMBERS ONLY $2,700 $2,200
INSIDE PAGES - FULL COLOR Full Page Half Page Horizontal/Vertical One-Quarter Page Business Card Size
$2,000 $1,000 $750 $300
INSIDE PAGES - BLACK & WHITE Full Page Half Page Quarter Page
$1,500 $850 $600
Space, Material & Discount Deadline November 1, 2019
Distribution Scheduled for January 2020
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Advertising Rates Half Page 4.75” x 3.75”
PREMIUM FULL COLOR PLACEMENTS Purchase one of the following and receive a web banner ad for 6 months!
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ADDITIONAL FULL COLOR OPTIONS *All color ads will appear in the Quality of Life section
Quarter Page 2.5” x 3.5”
Purchase one of the following and receive a web button ad for the number of months indicated in parentheses.
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BLACK & WHITE OPTIONS
• Advertising Deadline: November 1, 2019
*All B&W ads will appear in the Membership Category section
Purchase one of the following and receive a web button ad for the number of months indicated in parentheses.
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Business Card Size 2.5” x 1.75”
• Ads can be accepted in JPG or PDF format
$1,500 (4) $ 850 (3) $ 600 (2)
• Ads should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
► Payment Plans _____ Plan 1: Total amount due upon receipt of form (deduct 5% from listed price!) Must be received prior to Nov. 1, 2019. _____ Plan 2: 50% initial deposit with contract, balance due within 30 days after invoice, but no later than final deadline (12/13/19)
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Card Number_________________________________________________ Expiration Date__________ CVV Code _____ Billing Address________________________________________________ City____________________ St____ Zip______ By signing below, you agree to the Chamber’s terms for including an advertisement in the 2020 Business Directory. I understand the deadline for submitting my ad is Friday, Nov. 1, 2019. I understand the Payment Plan I have chosen and agree to pay the total amount due in order for my ad to appear in the directory. Failure to submit the total amount due by the Dec. 13, 2019 deadline will result in my ad being pulled from the publication.
Please make checks payable to: Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce. Please return check with completed form to: 241 Tollgate Hill Road, Greensburg, PA 15601 • Phone: 724-834-2900