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June 2016 Business Monthly - creve coeur
JUNE 2016
JUNE MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Thursday, June 16, 2016
11:15 am check-in & networking
11:45 am – 1:00 pm lunch & program
Speaker: Julie Niemann
Topic: The Economic Outlook
Juli Niemann, Executive Vice President of Research and Portfolio
Management at Smith, Moore & Company, is a well-known and highly
respected financial analyst with over 40 years of experience in the financial
services industry.
See registration form in newsletter.
BMO HARRIS BANK TAKES 1ST PLACE
IN CORPORATE CHALLENGE GOLF
TOURNAMENT
From left: Scott Muehlemann, Ed Johnston, Rich Sames and
Kory Costello from BMO Harris Bank team congratulated by
Chamber President David Peterson
JUNE
Orlando's Event and Conference Center
2050 Dorsett Village, Maryland Heights
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June 10
Coffee Connection
Vanguard Heights Apartments
10362 Old Olive Street Road
8:00 - 9:00 a.m.
(registration form enclosed)
June 14
Small Business Networking Group
Paragon Building at 12400 Olive Blvd (Behind TGI Fridays
Strip Mall) – 5th Floor Conference Room
8:00 – 9:00 a.m.
Open to all members
(Contact Mike Minkler at 314-222-1364, ext. 101 for more
information.)
June 16
Membership Meeting
Orlando's Event and Conference Center
11:15 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
(information at left; registration form enclosed)
June 22
Young Professionals Group
5:00 - 6:30 p.m.
The Post Sports Bar & Grill
763 Old Ballas Rd.
June 23
Ribbon Cutting - Signarama West County
9715 Olive Blvd., Ste. B.
Olivette MO 63132
10:00 a.m.
Aug 25
Joint Chamber Mouse Race Event
Hosted by CCO and Maryland Heights Chambers
Plaza Jaguar St. Louis
11654 Olive Blvd.
5:00 - 7:30 p.m.
(registration form enclosed)
Photo courtesy of McCarty Photography
OFFICIAL CHAMBER
PHOTOGRAPHER
McCarty Photography
11200 Olive Blvd.
Creve Coeur MO 63141
(314) 432-1221
Publicity ● Portraits ●Weddings
(L to R) Back row: David Peterson, Nancy Gray, Dr. Paul Hyland, Lisa O'Dell, Ed
Lindner, Kim Simmons, Terry Herbert and Brad Tinnon.
Front row: Mike Minkler, Steve Bisch, Bill Wyne, Mary Barry, Jim Elder and Rich
Sames.
2016 Chamber Board of Directors
OFFICERS
President
David Peterson, Heartland Payment Systems
Vice President, Events
Kim Simmons, Massage Envy Spa Olivette
Vice President, Government
Steve Bisch, Monsanto
Vice President, Member Services
Mike Minkler, CMIT Solutions of Clayton
Treasurer
Mary Barry, American Eagle Credit Union
Assistant Treasurer
Terry Herbert, Mercy
Legal Counsel
Steve Kling, Jenkins & Kling PC
Immediate Past President
Edward Lindner, Kriegshauser Mortuary
DIRECTORS
Ashleigh Brendel, Drury Hotels
Jim Elder, Allegra Design Web Print
Dr. Paul Hyland, Committed to Health Chiropractic Center
Natalie Mamrenko, Brown Smith Wallace LLC
Lisa O'Dell, Debra K. Schuster & Associates
Chris Pickel, AT&T
Brandon Reuther, Edward Jones
Rich Sames, BMO Harris Bank
Brad Tinnon, B.E.S.T. Wealth Management
Steve Wolff, Wolff Properties
Director Emeritus – Bill Wyne, Wyne & Merritt PC
Staff
Nancy Gray (Executive Vice President)
Barb Gerstenkorn (Finance Director)
Ellen Levy (Membership Director)
Jennifer Stringer (Media Specialist)
Creve Coeur - Olivette Chamber of Commerce
10950 Olive Blvd., Suite 101
Creve Coeur MO 63141
314-569-3536
314-569-3073 (fax)
www.ccochamber.com
Mission: To be a strong advocate for business
.
RIBBON CUTTINGS
Anytime Fitness
The newest addition to Olivette is Anytime Fitness. The friendly,
professional staff is trained to help you along your fitness journey, no
matter how much support you need. Membership includes a free, nopressure fitness consultation and 30 day quick start work-out plan, global
access to more than 3,000 gyms, and always open 24/7 convenience.
Emily Migneron is the Club Manager which is located at 9654 Olive Blvd.
The phone number is 314-395-2627.
Moi Bella Ribbon Cutting
Courtney Harmon is the owner of Moi Bella Artistry. Moi Bella Artistry is
located at 11756 Olive Blvd., Ste. 6 (inside Sola Salons). Courtney is a
licensed cosmetologist and specializes in eyelash extensions with
extensive training through the instructors at Lavish Lash & Extreme Lash.
Moi Bella Artistry expanded its salon services and space and celebrated a
ribbon cutting in May. Facials, body waxing & treatments, Swedish
massage, and specialty skin services (such as chemical peels and
microderm abrasion) are among the new services that have been added to
the menu. You may reach Courtney at 314-743-6511.
Mathnasium of Creve Coeur
Mathnasium of Creve Coeur is an international chain of more than 650
learning centers, which students attend after school to boost their math
skills. Mathnasium helps children in grades 2-12 understand math by
teaching in the way that makes sense to them. Specially trained
instructors assess each child's learning needs and design a customized
learning plan. It is located at 12505 Olive Blvd. in the Dierbergs Heritage
Shopping Center. The phone number is 314-548-6810.
SPRING
GOLF
TOURNAMENT
For more information
call the Chamber
office at 314-569-3536.
Although it rained heavily in the morning, the weather was delightful for the
tournament: sunny, mild temperature, no humidity and light breeze. Special
thanks to GC Food & Brewery for providing the delicious dinner for the
golfers.
In addition to BMO Harris Bank taking first place with a score of 59 other
winners include:
2nd place - J. Walsh Insurance (score of 61)
3rd place - B.E.S.T. Wealth Management (score of 62)
Closest to the Pin:
Ladies - Nicole Azmanov from Terracon Consultants
Mens - Rich Sames from BMO Harris Bank
Longest Drive:
Ladies - Cynthia Kramer from the City of Creve Coeur
Mens - Dominic Caldarello from Granite City Food & Brewery
Straightest Drive: Andrew Guthrie from Sprint
Putting Contest: Steve Jones from Jefferson Bank and Trust Company
Second place
winners from J.
Walsh Insurance
Company
include from left:
Mickey Montee,
Mark Biermann,
Eric See-Leynes
and Jim Walsh III
THANKS TO THE MAJOR TOURNAMENT SPONSORS:
PRESENTING SPONSORS
Comprehensive Pain Specialists
Monsanto
Sprint
Wolff Properties
Photo courtesy of McCarty Photography
HOLE SPONSORS
American Eagle Credit Union
Assistance Home Care
Cell Phone Repair
Charter Spectrum Business
Club Champion St. Louis
Comprehensive Pain Specialists
Creve Coeur Dentistry
Creve Coeur Workspace
First Community Credit Union
Granite City Food & Brewery
Great Southern Bank
Hope Montessori Academies
La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill
Mold Solutions
Monsanto
Olivette Lanes
Orlando's Event and Conference Centers
Ortmann-Stipanovich Funeral Home
OsteoStrong St. Louis
Paramount Mortgage Company
Pickleman's Gourmet Café
Reliance Bank
Sprint
Staybridge Suites St. Louis - Westport
Whispering Hills Apts. & Townhomes
Wolff Properties
BIRDIE SPONSORS
BMO Harris Bank
Edward Jones / Brandon Reuther
Innovative Construction & Roofing
Jefferson Bank and Trust Company
Merrill Lynch / Ross Wolff
BEVERAGE CART SPONSORS
Northwestern Mutual - Saint Louis
Shea Home Care
CLOSEST TO THE PIN SPONSOR
CMIT Solutions of Clayton
DINNER SPONSOR
Kriegshauser West Mortuary
LONGEST DRIVE SPONSOR
Heartland Payment Systems
HOLE-IN-ONE SPONSOR
Wolff Properties
PUTTING CONTEST SPONSOR
Drury Hotels
Monsanto team (from left) are Troy Crites, Mike Bisch, Steve Bisch and
John Babb
A Very Special Thanks to the Golf Committee
Chair: David Peterson (Heartland Payment Systems)
Allen Burnett (Jefferson Bank and Trust Company)
Brandon Reuther (Edward Jones)
Kim Simmons (Massage Envy Spa Olivette)
Jim Walsh, III (J. Walsh Insurance)
Ross Wolff (Merrill Lynch)
MORE SPRING GOLF TOURNAMENT
Thanks to the following businesses that donated
items to the goody bags, prizes and auction:
Aflac
American Eagle Credit Union
Barnes-Jewish West County Hospital
BMO Harris Bank
City of Creve Coeur
Committed to Health Chiropractic Center
Comprehensive Pain Specialists
Creve Coeur Dentistry
Cutco Cutlery Store
Delmar Gardens of Creve Coeur
Dobbs Tire & Auto
Domino's Pizza
Drury Hotels
Fallon's Bar & Grill
Heartland Payment Systems
J. Walsh Insurance
Kim Simmons
KimCheese Asian Fusion
Lion's Choice
McAlister's Deli
Pei Wei Asian Diner
Pickleman's Gourmet Café
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
R.T. Weiler's Food & Spirits
Sport Clips
Sprint
St. Louis Post-Dispatch/stltoday.com
St. Louis Sports Commission
St. Louis WING Company
From left Brenda DeClue and Melissa Faifer from Shea Home Care
The Joint
kept our golfers thirsts well quenched.
The Kaufman Fund
The Post Sports Bar & Grill
Thanks to the following businesses who
Vantage Credit Union
sponsored players & teams:
Viviano's Festa Italiano
Waddell & Reed
AT&T
Innovative Construction & Roofing
Whispering Hills Apts. & Townhomes
B.E.S.T. Wealth Management
J. Walsh Insurance
BMO Harris Bank
Jefferson Bank & Trust Company
Brown Smith Wallace
Merrill Lynch
City of Creve Coeur
Monsanto
Comprehensive Pain Specialists
Orlando's Event and Conference Centers
Edward Jones
Sprint
First Community Credit Union
Terracon Consultants
Granite City Food & Brewery
Wolff Properties
Heartland Payment Systems
Foursome from Merrill Lynch include from left: Jeff Kofron, Spence
Myer, Eric Griffith and Ross Wolff
Jefferson Bank and Trust Company team prepares to tee off. From left are
Allen Burnett, Steve Jones, Barry Koenemann and Jerry Von Rohr.
Thanks to our brave volunteers who sat at the hole-in-one contest
hole. From left: Barb Marshall (Sport Clips), Ashleigh Brendel
(Drury Hotels), and Kim Simmons (Massage Envy Spa Olivette).
Jeremy Watson and Stephanie Calhoun from hole sponsor, Staybridge Suites
St. Louis - Westport , greet golfers from the Heartland Payment Systems team.
MEMBERSHIP
WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!
Kim's Herbs & Detox Center
Kimberly Ward
9634 Olive Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63132
314-395-3767
www.herbshopstl.com
Health & Wellness
Total Access Urgent Care - Opening August 2016
Kendra Hunt
10923 Olive Blvd.
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
314-600-5519
www.totalaccessurgentcare.com
Urgent Care Centers / Medical & Health Care Providers
Your Daily Perk
Matthew R. Collins
336 St. Rose Dr.
Godfrey, IL 62035
618-802-1475
www.yourdailyperk.com
Coffee Vending
THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING
BUSINESSES FOR RENEWING THEIR
MEMBERSHIPS IN MAY:
Accounting Career Consultants – 19 years
American Family Insurance, Steve Cook – 10 years
BioTech X-ray, Inc. – 5 years
Bristol Seafood Grill – 26 years
City of Creve Coeur – 31 years
Dierbergs Markets, Inc. – 31 years
Duke Homes, LLC – 2 years
Fastsigns – 13 years
First Run Theatre – 12 years
Houseman Financial & Insurance Services LLC – 2 years
Jet's Pizza East of I-270 – 2 years
Jet's Pizza West of I-270 – 2 years
Kiefer Bonfanti & Co. – 31 years
La Salsa Fresh Mexican Grill – 1 year
Lion's Choice – 1 year
Mengwasser Martin Lall & Clark P.C. – 24 years
Michael Genovese Jewelers – 18 years
O'Connor Insurance – 29 years
Padda Institute - Center for Aesthetic & Laser Medicine – 12 years
Pulaski Bank – 31 years
Rosewood Care Center of St. Louis – 2 years
Russo's Gourmet Catering / Spazio Westport – 31 years
Sam's Club, West County – 10 years
Special School District – 8 years
St. Louis Elks Lodge #9 – 1 year
Stir Crazy Fresh Asian Grill – 13 years
The Garbacz Group – 22 years
Weber Chevrolet – 31 years
NEW MEMBER PROFILES
American Home Care
Telia Starks (pictured) and Jennifer Trudeau
9666 Olive Blvd.
Olivette, MO 63132
Phone: 314-569-9386
Website: www.girling.com
American Home Care has been providing services to seniors, physically challenged individuals, and children throughout Missouri
since 1993. The employees at American Home Care are passionate about helping their clients maintain independence and dignity
in the comfort of their own homes. The most utilized services include bathing, companionship, housekeeping, meal preparation,
nurse visits, shopping, and errands. All services must be authorized under a Plan of Care and are available 24-hours a day, seven
days a week. Medicaid, Veterans, and private pay are accepted. If you know of someone whom you think could use its services,
please call at 314-569-9386.
Community News
Susan Faust
2139 Bryan Valley Commercial Drive
O’Fallon, MO 63366
Phone: 314-616-8398
Website: www.mycnews.com
This year, Community News celebrates 95 years of serving the St. Louis area. In that time the family-owned newspapers and
magazines have proudly built a reputation of delivering quality, dependable local news and content.
It offer four publications, St. Louis County and St. Charles County, which are weekly newspapers,Crossroads Magazine, which is
circulated to Western St. Charles County monthly, and the newest magazine Our Town.
With Our Town magazine, it is bringing a community focus to the cities of Creve Coeur, Maryland Heights and Olivette.
Community News is excited to be a part of these vibrant and diverse municipalities. Our Town magazine has a circulation of
15,000 issues every month, distributed through over 200 monitored newsstands, guaranteeing 100% pick up, plus additional
issues circulated online.
Please call the office at 636-379-1775 or Susan Faust at 314-616-8398 for more information.
MORE NEW MEMBER PROFILES
Eternity Med Spa
Lesa Ridgeway and Michelle Kichura
12309 Olive Blvd.
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Phone: 314-469-2946
Website: www.eternitymedspastl.com
Linda Weaver (left) and
Lesa Ridgeway
Eternity Med Spa is St. Louis’s premier boutique medical spa, which specializes in customized skin care solutions. The staff is
committed to providing clients with the latest and most innovative age-defying technology.
Its skin care treatments and products can correct damaged skin and prevent any further damage by utilizing state-of-the-art
scientific procedures. Eternity Med Spa understands that everyone's skin is unique, and its job is to achieve successful end
results for each and every client. All of its staff have been in the medical profession prior to working for Eternity Med Spa, which
ensures that clients receive accurate information and treatments. Stop by Eternity Med Spa today!
Jane Campbell and Jeffry Goldstein
Platinum Partners at Coldwell Banker Premier
2203 S. Big Bend Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63117
Jane Phone: 314-707-2881
Jeffry Phone: 314-546-9690
Website: www.STLPlatinumPartners.com
Jane and Jeffry spend their days working with delightful clients, previewing homes, reading home inspection reports, negotiating
contracts, putting a SOLD sign in a yard or handing over keys to thrilled new home owners. Jeffry is a longtime resident of Creve
Coeur and heavily involved in the area, receiving many accolades for his community service. Jane brings expertise from her
career as a copywriter, marketer, and creative manager to real estate, putting these abilities to work for every real estate client
she represents. Together they make a great team who do all this in St. Louis where they enjoy fantastic restaurants, meeting
friendly people, and cheering for the Cardinals!
PMMVACATIONS
Pam MacDonald
Phone: 314-504-0873
Website: www.PMMVacations.com
Pam MacDonald, a vacation specialist with PMMVACATIONS, has been in the travel industry for over 20 years. As a full-service
travel agent, she works to find the best vacation, so you can relax and enjoy your trip. Specializing in all-inclusives, cruises, tours
around the U.S. and Europe, as well as Disney, Pam MacDonald can make your dream vacation a reality!
Northwestern Mutual - St. Louis
Jill Miller – Director of Recruitment for Managing Partner Gerard Hempstead
622 Emerson Rd., Ste. 400
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Phone: 314-539-0830
Website: www.stlouis.nm.com
Northwestern Mutual - St. Louis offers full financial planning. It is the largest provider of life insurance in the United States and a
top ten broker-dealer. Northwestern Mutual has the highest financial strength rating from A.M. Best, Fitch Ratings, Moody’s, and
Standard & Poor's. Northwestern Mutual is involved in the community and with many childhood cancer programs. Its vision is to
impact 20,000 lives by serving one person, one business, one family at a time. Northwestern Mutual is actively seeking dynamic
individuals to join its team as financial representatives. Please contact Jill Miller for more information.
Signarama West County
Don Greer
9715 Olive Blvd., Ste. B
Olivette, MO 63132
Phone: 314-821-4475
Website: www.signarama-westcounty.com
Signarama is a full-service sign company. In its 18th year in business, Signarama makes all types of interior and exterior signs.
Its business is all about quality products and exceptional customer service. Being full-service means Signarama can design your
sign, install your sign, procure permits when needed, and service your sign. “Signarama – the way to grow your business.” Call
Signarama today and grow your business!
GUEST EDITORIAL
By Debra K. Schuster, Schuster & Associates
THE TOP 10 LEGAL DOCUMENTS EVERYONE NEEDS
Everyone hates going to the dentist. However, if you don’t go, bad
things can happen that may have been prevented if you had gone. The
same is true with having legal documents created. You may say to
yourself, “Well, I see your point, but I can go on the internet and create
documents for myself using one of the do-it-yourself legal websites that
are a lot less expensive (and don’t require an appointment) than what a
lawyer will charge me.
Ok. But would you do your own dental work?
Now that this is out of the way, there are 10 legal documents that all
adults (people over the age of 18) need.
Drum Roll Please:
1. Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care. This document
allows you to name who you want to make health care decisions for
you when you are unable to do so for yourself. (During surgery, if
you have an incapacitating illness, are unconscious from an accident
or traumatic incident)
2. Living Will. This documents stands on its own, in that it expresses
your end-of-life treatment wishes to whatever health care provider
(hospital, doctor, etc) reads it. You can state that you want all, some
or no artificial means of maintaining your life (i.e., ventilator, CPR,
dialysis, surgery, etc) when you are at the end of your life.
3. Financial Durable Power of Attorney. This documents allows you
to appoint who you want to make financial decisions for your (pay
bills, enter into contracts for goods and services for you, handle your
insurance and all assets you own) if you are determined by your
doctor to be unable to handle your financial decisions yourself.
VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: Choose a person who is financially
secure and responsible to serve in this role. It is very tempting to
someone who is not financially stable to dip into your money (“I am
just borrowing this money – I’ll pay it back) at a time when every cent
should be used for your care.
4. Beneficiary Deed. If you own real estate, you should have this type
of deed created to name who you want to inherit your real estate
(home, timeshare, vacation home, empty lot) when you die. If you do
not have a beneficiary deed (or your property is not held in a trust), it
will end up in probate.
5. Beneficiary designations. ON EVERYTHING – life insurance,
money market accounts, IRAs, 401K and other retirement accounts,
stocks, bonds, etc.
6. HIPAA authorization. This is the form allows you to name who you
want to be able to contact your doctor, hospital, any health care
provider to obtain information and discuss your care when you are
still making your own health care decisions (for example, if you have
just had a root canal, if your adult child wants to call your dentist to
request a prescription for pain medication)
7. POD and TOD designations. Banks allow you to make Pay Upon
Death designations on your checking and savings accounts with a
Pay Upon Death (POD) card naming who you want to inherit the
account balance when you die; The Department of Motor Vehicles
has a Transfer Upon Death form (TOD) to enable you to name who
you want to inherit your vehicle when you die.
8. Digital Asset Inventory. You should create and keep an up-todate a list of ALL on-line accounts, reward programs, passwords,
financial and bill pay sites, social media, professional organization
profiles, etc. to enable your family to manage your on-line presence
when you are incapacitated and die.
9. Last Will and Testament. This is a document that allows you to
name who you want to handle your affairs after you die (your
“Personal Representative”) and to explain how you want your assets
distributed after you die. A WILL DOES NOT KEEP ASSETS OUT
OF PROBATE – YOU MUST MAKE BENEFICIARY, TOD AND
POD DESIGNATIONS ON EVERYTHING!
10. Personal Property Memorandum. This is a legal document you
CAN create yourself that lists personal, non-monetary, sentimental
or family heirlooms you want to specifically pass to identified
individuals when you die. This list should be attached to your Last
Will and Testament.
11.I know I said 10, but there is a #11 – a Trust. There are many
different types of trusts with varying uses, but the most common type
of trust is the Revocable Living Trust that allows you to title almost all
of your assets in the name of your trust (other than IRAs, retirement
accounts and bonds) so these assets will be handled by the person
you name as Trustee according to the instructions in your trust. Not
everyone needs a trust – so long as they make beneficiary
designations on everything. However, when properly funded and
handled, a trust keeps all of your assets out of probate and allows
you to be as creative and detailed as you wish regarding when and
how you want your property distributed after you die (for example, to
delay when an 18-year-old can receive a large inheritance).
So, go see your dentist and a lawyer now to have these documents
prepared to make sure you are ready if/when you need to use them.
50th Annual Creve Coeur Days Festival
June 23 - 26
Get ready for four days of family fun! The 50th Annual Creve Coeur Days
will take place from Thursday, June 23, through Sunday, June 26, at De
Smet Jesuit High School, 233 N. New Ballas Road. This family friendly
event features a carnival midway, a variety of refreshment options and live
entertainment.
A parade is scheduled for June 26 at 1:00 p.m. along New Ballas Road.
This year we are pleased to welcome FredBird, as our Grand Marshal.
Carnival Midway Hours:
Thursday, June 23: 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Friday, June 24: 6:00-11:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 25: Noon-11:00 p.m.
Sunday, June 26: Noon-6:00 p.m.
On Thursday, purchase a $20 arm band for unlimited rides! In addition
we will have a special Opening Ceremony at 6:30 p.m. featuring the
Scottish Rite of St Andrew and the Scottish American Veterans
Free music and children’s entertainment is scheduled through-out the
weekend, including the following:
Friday 7-11- Boogie Chyld
Saturday 2-3- Bobaloo
Saturday 3:30 – Merle Scheff School of Dance
Saturday 7-11 Hulapoppers
Sunday 2-3 Reptile Experience
Creve Coeur Days is sponsored by the Creve Coeur Days Board, a nonprofit organization raising money for local charities. For more information or
to volunteer, please visit www.crevecoeurdays.com
CCO Coffee Connection
This free event gives you a chance to connect with
others in an informal networking setting!
Bring lots of business cards and be prepared
to share your business story!
Friday, June 10, 2016
8:00-9:00 a.m.
Light Breakfast Items & Networking
Vanguard Heights Apartments
10362 Old Olive Street Road
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
314-219-5281 Phone at Vanguard
NO CHARGE but kindly RSVP for food count
Phone: 314.569.3536 Fax: 314.569.3073
10950 Olive Blvd., Suite 101
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
www.ccochamber.com
Please RSVP by noon on June 8, 2016
REGISTER ONLINE: www.ccochamber.com or FAX: 314-569-3073
OR E-MAIL: [email protected]
Name of attendees
__________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Business
______________________________________
Daytime phone
____________________________________
Chamber of Commerce
MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON
THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 2016
11:15 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Lunch & Program
Orlando’s Event and Conference Center
2050 Dorsett Village
Maryland Heights MO 63043
Phone number at Orlando's: 314-453-9000
SPEAKER: JULI NIEMANN
TOPIC: THE ECONOMIC OUTLOOK
Juli Niemann, Executive Vice President of Research and Portfolio Management at Smith,
Moore & Company, is a well-known and highly respected financial analyst with over 40 years of
experience in the financial services industry. She is a regular contributor on radio stations
KTRS, KWMU, Metro News, NPR and KMOX as well as television stations KTVI, KDNL, KETC,
KMOV and KSDK.
RESERVATIONS REQUESTED BY JUNE 13TH
REGISTER ONLINE: www.ccochamber.com OR FAX: 314-569-3073
OR E-MAIL: [email protected]
Chamber office phone: 314-569-3536
No cancellations after June 13th.
$22 for members, non-members and guests with reservations. No shows are billed $22.
May pay by cash/check/Visa/MC/Discover
Name___________________________________________________
Name___________________________________________________
Company________________________________________________
Daytime phone ___________________________________ e-mail ____________________________________
2016 JOINT CHAMBER MOUSE RACE EVENT
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Plaza Jaguar St. Louis
11654 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur MO 63141
Phone at Plaza: 314-485-4795
Schedule of event
5:00 p.m. arrival/networking/eating
5:30 p.m. races begin
7:30 p.m. event ends
$1,000 PRESENTING SPONSOR (1 available)
Four admission tickets, logo in program, sponsor of final mouse race of evening, four minute commercial at event, mention at membership
meetings and website, mentions in chamber publications and media releases, and three banner website ads at each chamber
$300 PRIZE SPONSOR (1 available)
Two admission tickets, three minute commercial at podium, mentions during event, signage at prize table
$250 CASHIER SPONSOR (1 available) SOLD
Two admission tickets, logo in program, two minute commercial at event, mention at membership meetings and on website
$250 BAR SPONSOR (1 available) SOLD
Two admission tickets, logo in program, two minute commercial at event, mention at membership meetings and on website
$200 RACE SPONSORS (2 available)
Two admission tickets, logo in program, two minute commercial at event, mention at membership meetings and on website.
$200 DICE WHEEL GAME SPONSOR (1 available) SOLD
Two admission tickets, name on game table, two minutes at podium and option to man game table
$100 50/50 MOUSE WHEEL GAME SPONSORS (3 available)
One admission ticket, name on raffle card, one minute at podium
$50 MOUSE SPONSOR (15 available)
Receive naming rights on one mouse, name in program and mention on website
Name of my mouse is: ______________________________
________ # of tickets: $15 per person or $25 for two
Price includes food and beverages, and $10 in mouse money for each person.
REGISTRATION
Registration deadline – August 19, 2016
NAME_______________________________________ BUSINESS_______________________________________________
CITY_____________________________________ STATE ___________ ZIPCODE __________________
PHONE________________________________ FAX_______________________________ EMAIL______________________________
________Total amount due
________Charge to: AE / Visa / MC / Discover Card # ______________________________________ 3 or 4 digit code __________
Exp. Date ______________ Card holder signature___________________________________
Address and zip code to which credit card bills are mailed: ___________________________________________________________
Please send payment to:
Creve Coeur - Olivette Chamber of Commerce
10950 Olive Blvd., Suite 101, Creve Coeur MO 63141
or e-mail to [email protected] or fax to 314-569-3073
For more information call the Chamber office at 314-569-3536

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