July 2016 - Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce

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July 2016 - Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
13th Annual Tri-Cities Day
with the Seattle Seahawks
July Membership
Luncheon
Why Downtowns Matter
Speaker
Wednesday
July 27, 2016
Chris Moore,
Executive Director
Washington Trust for
Historic Preservation
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, July 13 @ 8 am!
1 Seattle Seahawks v. Minnesota Vikings,
Thursday, August 18 @ CenturyLink Field, Time TBA
&
Registration
Networking
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
2 Seattle Seahawks v. Atlanta Falcons,
Sunday, October 16 @ CenturyLink Field, Time TBA
&
Lunch
Program
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Sponsored by:
Three Rivers Convention Center
7016 W. Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
RSVP Deadline: Friday, July 22
For ticket pricing and more
information, visit our website
at tricityregionalchamber.com!
509.736.0510 or
[email protected]
Cost: $22 Members
registered by Friday, July 22
$32 Non-Members
or registered after Friday, July 22
Luncheon Sponsor:
For more information contact Jillian Marquez,
Project Coordinator, at 509.491.3234 or
[email protected]
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Chair – Marty Conger, Battelle
Past Chair – Ron Boninger, Iron Switchback, LLC
Chair Elect – Tony Umek, AKU Enterprises
Treasurer – Khurshed Sharifov,
Century Securities Associates, Inc.
Annie Jacobs, HAPO Community Credit Union
Melissa Garrard, Washington River Protection Solutions
Dean Moody, Intermountain West Insulation
Bill Robertson, Bill Robertson Nissan
Derrick Stricker, NAI Tri-Cities
John Ziobro, Telquist Ziobro McMillen
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Paul Carlisle, elevate
John Crook, Paragon Corporate Housing
Will Evans, AgriNorthwest
Sean Flaherty, Tri-City Herald
Shae Frichette, Frichette Winery
Nick Gonzales, Bouten Construction
Russ Keefer, Trios Health
Carlos Martinez, Dura-Shine Clean Company
Milke McWhorter, PayneWest Insurance
Karen Miller, Benton PUD
Mike Miller, Moon Security Services, Inc.
Vicki Monteagudo, Century 21 Tri-Cities
Rae Moss, Mission Support Alliance
Ian Napier, Red Lion Hotels
Tammy Nygard, Cascade Natural Gas Corp.
Dr. Lee Ostler, The Center for Dental Health
Scott Oxenford, Bechtel National Inc.
Scott Parnell, Washington Closure Hanford
Brad Rew, Gale-Rew Construction
Chris Rivard, Moss Adams
Lane Savitch, Kadlec Regional Medical Center
Bill Shibley, CHS Connell Grain
Steve Simmons, Country Gentleman Restaurant & Catering
Brett Spooner, Gravis Law, PLLC
Rene Vasquez, Ennis Fine Furniture
Ted Vause, MetLife Auto & Home
STAFF
Lori Mattson, President & CEO
Ashley Coronado, PTAC Business Counselor
Elisabeth Holt, Marketing & Membership Director
Austin Neilson, Government & Economic Affairs Director
Chad Utecht, Sales Manager
DiAnne Voegtle, Administration Manager
Brandan Eckhardt, Communications Coordinator
Jillian Marquez, Project Coordinator
Liz Renz, Project Coordinator
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Guest Editorial
Kadlec Growing with
the Community
The Richland skyline has forever changed with the four-story
addition occurring at Kadlec Regional Medical Center, bringing
the River Pavilion tower to ten stories. The additional floors will
allow Kadlec the much-needed capacity to care for patients
coming for the regional services provided by the medical center.
Lane Savitch
Regional Chief
Executive
Martin
Conger
Kadlec
BoardHealth
ChairSystem
The tower expansion at Kadlec, now the tallest building in Richland, is one of the major
projects made possible by the health system’s recent affiliation with Providence Health
& Services. Currently, the River Pavilion at Kadlec houses adult acute care units, the Don
& Lori Watts Pediatric Center, a clinical decision unit and the hospital’s operating rooms
and post-anesthesia care unit. One of the new floors will be dedicated to intensive care
for the hospital’s most critically ill and the additional floors will expand the hospital’s
inpatient acute care. The phased opening of the top four floors of the tower will begin in
October 2016. A ribbon cutting and public open house will be held in September.
Before opening the new floors at Kadlec, Richland will welcome its first parking garage.
When the medical center built out to four stories in 1971, the facility had 48 doctors
and 165 nurses. Now, with the hospital licensed for 270 beds and having over 3,400
employees, the hospital services and staff had outgrown the existing parking. To meet
this need and the parking demands of the expanded tower, Kadlec utilized the land for
the current parking and began construction on the garage.
The long awaited garage has five levels and over 660 parking stalls including plenty of
ADA spaces and charging stations for electric vehicles. Retail space will also be shelled in
to meet the needs of other services for hospital patrons and will open in the future. The
garage will be open for use to hospital patients and guests on August 1.
Another addition to Kadlec is the new location of West Kennewick Primary Care currently
under construction at 9040 West Clearwater Avenue. Doctors Shannon Dramis and
Joseph Oro will serve the primary care needs of patients of all ages. The new building
has room for eight providers at full capacity anticipating the needs of the community in
the area. Kennewick Primary Care will be open to patients in late August.
Kadlec, a not-for-profit health system, is constantly looking to the future needs of the
community. These latest three projects help to meet the demand for high-quality and
compassionate medical care for the patients in and surrounding the Tri-Cities area. To
learn more about Kadlec, visit www.kadlec.org.
Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
The Tri-City Regional Chamber Board, volunteers and staff are
focused on delivering value to our members. Every Chamber
strategy, program and service is created specifically to provide
positive results and bring credit to our region. Here’s a look into
recent activities, plans and results.
11 member businesses held
ribbon cuttings in the
month of June!
Through the Washington
State Debate Coalition, we are
partnering with TRIDEC, Visit TriCities, Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber,
Tri-City Herald and Associated
Students of CBC to host a
debate in the Tri-Cities this fall.
ement Technical
Through our Procur
e local small
Assistance Center, fiv
ded eight
businesses were awar
er $2 .9
contracts totalling ov
of May.
million during the month
441 business leaders attende
d
our annual State of
the
Cities luncheon which fea
tured
the Mayors of Kennewick, Pa
sco,
Richland and West Richland
.
Energy Northwest recently
renewed their Executive level
membership. BNSF Railway,
Sandvik Special Metals and AT&T
Mobility recently renewed their
Corporate level memberships
with the Regional Chamber!
We have been selected as a client
for the UW Foster School of
Business Summer Consulting
Program where an undergraduate
student will complete 130 hours of
consulting services for the Chamber.
The selected project will include
research and an implementation
strategy for innovative small
business programs.
On June 20th, we partnered with
the Association of Washington
Business for their Small Business
Outreach Tour to gain insight
into the unique challenges faced by
small business owners.
We are very pleased to be partn
ering
with Washington Rive
r
Pr
otection Solutions for the
6th consecutive year, offering $30
,000 in
resources to our members throu
gh the
Small Business Incentive Program!
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
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Welcome New Members
The Regional Chamber encourages members to conduct business with one another. Those listed below have recently made an important
investment in their business and their professional career by joining the Regional Chamber. Please consider them for your personal and
professional needs. When you do, let them know you learned of their business through the Tri-City Regional Chamber!
Value Village
Cethley Dunbar—509-374-3100
731 N. Columbia Center Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.valuevillage.com
Value Village is a for-profit, global
thrift retailer. Their business model
keeps more than 650 million pounds
of used goods from landfills each year.
They help more than 120 nonprofit
organizations by paying them for
donated goods. They operate over 330
locations and have 22,000 employees.
Love Curry Indian
Cuisine Company
Homeet Singh—509-547-3772
5025 Rd. 68 Suite A1
Pasco, WA 99301
www.lovecurrycuisine.com
Ag Engineering & Development
Company Inc.
Neil Cornia—509-582-8900
PO Box 2814
Pasco, WA 99302
www.dammerdiker.com
August Thomas Salon
Holli Robinson—509-579-0404
Seattle Children’s Hospital
Bargain Boutique
JoAnn Hoff—509-579-0880
Columbia Basin Landscape
Stephen Youssef—509-947-1014
2810 W. Kennewick Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336
5312 W. Skagit Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.columbiabasinlandscape.com
Wells Fargo Advisors
Pinnacle Pain Clinic, P.S.
Ian Evans—509-591-0070
Jeremy Hunsaker—509-579-3450
8203 W. Quinault Ave., Suite A100
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.wellsfargoadvisors.com
MJP Detailing
Myron Pierce—509-460-6600
3509 S. Williams St.
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.mjpdetailing.com
Del Sol Inc.
Priscilla Martinez—
509-542-9511
611 W. Columbia St.
Pasco, WA 99301
www.delsolinc.om
Celski Law Firm PLLC
Jason Celski—509-735-5683
Platinum Automotive Services
Nate Goetsch—509-528-5115
Pacific Office Automation
James Freeman—509-735-0502
The Mint Salon and Skincare
Lyndsay Rodgers—
509-735-4785
7913 W. Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.pacificautomation.com
Farmers Insurance Agency
Little Red Ice Cream Truck
Reba Berry—509-438-0323
Benton City, WA 99320
MJP Detailing is a professional mobile
detailing business of 13 years. They
bring the water and electricity to you.
They specialize in your daily driver to
your show car, boats, and RV. They do
paint correction and protection, clay bar,
leather and vinyl repair, interior cleaning
and more.
2411 S. Union Street, Suite D
Kennewick, WA 99338
5219 W. Clearwater Ave., Suite 16
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.celskilaw.com
3730 Plaza Way, Suite C6001
Kennewick, WA 99338
www.pinnaclepaincenter.com
532 S. Steptoe St.
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.platinumautotech.com
DIVCO Commercial HVAC
Shannon Morrison—
888-621-5103
6503 W. Hood Place, Suite B
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.divcoec.com
Hampton Inn & Suites –
Pasco/Tri-Cities
Monica Hammerberg—
509-792-1660
6826 Burden Blvd
Pasco, WA, 99301
www.hampton.com
Black Diamond Roofing and
Construction Inc.
Josh Shupe—509-308-6656
PO Box 5606
West Richland, WA 99353
www.blackdiamondroofing.net
4309 W. 27th Place #C105
Kennewick, WA 99338
www.themint99338.com
Jeneane Conway—509-374-2300
10121 W. Clearwater Ave., #113
Kennewick, WA 99336
www.farmersagent.com/jconway1
Ed Allen
Richland, WA 99352
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Welcome New Members!
Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
Ribbon Cutting & Groundbreaking Ceremonies
A Benefit of Membership –
Ribbon cutting and groundbreaking ceremonies are a benefit of membership and offer the opportunity to become acquainted
with fellow members while showcasing your business.
To find out more about hosting your ribbon cutting or groundbreaking, contact Elisabeth Holt at 509.491.3237 or
[email protected]
Century 21 Tri-Cities
Historic Downtown Kennewick
Partnership Farmers Market
Hot Solar Solutions
Lourdes Medical Center
4th Avenue Bistro
Richland Mobile Home Park
Synergy MedAesthetics
Richland
Kennewick
Richland
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
Kennewick
Pasco
Kennewick
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HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!
Celebrating 2 Years!
Brandan is a valuable
member of our team!
Thank you for your
contributions and
commitment to the
Regional Chamber!!
Good Health is
Good Business
Check Out What Participants are
Sharing on Social Media!
Brandan Eckhardt
Communications Coordinator
Stay tuned for the fall challenge!
#GHGB2016
Premier Sponsor
Source: Sba.gov
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Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
State of the Cities Event
at the Red Lion Hotel, Pasco, WA
May 25, 2016
At our State of the Cities event in May, we were proud to host the mayors from the cities of Kennewick, Pasco, Richland and West Richland. Each mayor
presented information about new economic development projects, major legislative priorities at the state and federal level, current projects that enhance
quality of life and livability in the Tri-Cities, as well as a progress report on the implementation of the Tri-Cities community brand. Thank you Mayors Young,
Watkins, Thompson and Gerry!
Mayor Matt Watkins, City of Pasco, thanking those in
attendance for their participation in the city’s
Taco Truck competition.
Mayor Brent Gerry, City of West Richland,
addressing the crowd.
Mayor Robert Thompson, City of Richland,
explaining future plans for the City of Richland.
Mayor Steve Young, City of Kennewick, discussing the
current projects taking place in Kennewick.
Holding the drafted plan of the future of the
Tri-Cities provided by the Young “Young”
Professionals. (Pictured L to R: Mayor Steve
Young, City of Kennewick; Mayor Robert
Thompson, City of Richland; Lori Mattson,
President & CEO, Tri-City Regional Chamber of
Commerce; Mayor Matt Watkins, City of Pasco;
Mayor Brent Gerry, City of West Richland)
May Member of the Month (Pictured L to R: Lori
Mattson, President & CEO, Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce; Rich Cummins,
President, Columbia Basin College)
City Mayors and Tri-City Regional Chamber
President & CEO (Pictured L to R: Mayor Steve
Young, City of Kennewick; Mayor Robert
Thompson, City of Richland; Lori Mattson,
President & CEO, Tri-City Regional Chamber of
Commerce; Mayor Matt Watkins, City of Pasco;
Mayor Brent Gerry, City of West Richland)
Luncheon Sponsor
State of the Cities 2016
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
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Business
BUILDING STRONG RELATIONSHIPS
WITH YOUR BANKER
Presented by: Kurt Beckley, Banner Bank
Being knowledgeable about your company’s
financial information is critical for any business
owner, but let’s face it – banking and dealing
with your banker can be a stressful and
intimidating experience. Since 2008, the
qualification requirements, regulatory issues and risk management
practices for banks have drastically increased; leading to an increase
in the amount of credit declines across the country. However, one big
reason credit gets declined never get mentioned – lack of education.
Every bank is different, but business owners can better prepare
themselves by learning about banking policies, procedures and
limitations to lay the foundation for a great relationship with their bank.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
4 - 6 pm | Free to Members | Bring a Friend!
Badger Mountain Vineyards and Powers Winery
1106 N. Jurupa Street • Kennewick, WA
Hosted By:
and
In this session, you’ll learn:
How to prepare for submitting your credit application
The do’s and don’ts when it comes to dealing with your banker
How does the banking industry work?
What information should you have when you walk into your bank?
Register for this workshop today for valuable skills for your career
or business!
Date: Time: Location:
Cost:
RSVP:
Thursday, July 28, 2016
1:00 - 3:00 pm
Tri-Cities Business & Visitor Center
Bechtel Board Room
7130 W. Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
$25 Members/$35 Non-Members
RSVP by Wednesday, July 27, 2016
online or call 509.736.0510
Light Refreshments will be served.
Sponsored by:
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Join us at Badger Mountain Vineyards and Powers Winery on
Thursday, July 14 from 4-6 pm for an afternoon of wine tasting,
delicious food, networking and door prizes!
Free to attend; bring a friend!
The wines of Badger Mountain Vineyard and Powers Winery reflect
the shared values of the entire vineyard and winery team: Natural
Passion, Responsible Farming & Pure Wine. The Powers family has
been growing and producing premiere Columbia Valley wines since
1982 and pioneered the earth-friendly, sustainable farming movement
in Washington State viticulture. Badger Mountain Vineyard became
the first Certified Organic wine grape vineyard in Washington State
and continues to develop innovative sustainability practices and
premium organic wines. Powers Winery produces high-quality wines
from our organic estate vineyard as well as grapes from some of
the best growers in Washington State. Powers is also a partner in
Champoux Vineyards, LLC, one of Washington’s premiere estates and
an important source for Powers cellar-worthy reds.
Interested in hosting?
We will begin accepting applications for 2017 on August
1st. Applications can be found on our website. For more
information please contact Jillian Marquez, Project
Coordinator, at 509.491.3234
or [email protected]
Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
Win Resources for your Business!
T
he Tri-City Regional Chamber’s Small Business Incentive Program (SBIP) started
in 2011 thanks to the generous support of Washington River Protection Solutions
(WRPS). This year, the Regional Chamber and WRPS have again partnered to offer this
innovative program that helps strengthen small business in the Tri-Cities by
providing grants to purchase key products or service!
$30,000 WILL BE AWARDED TO TRI-CITIES BUSINESSES!
Eligibility Criteria
✓✓ Be an established small business and a member of the Tri-City Regional Chamber.
Non-members that have been in business at least 18 months may still qualify for the
program upon joining the Regional Chamber prior to the application deadline.
✓✓ Applicant businesses must have 30 or fewer full-time equivalent employees and annual
revenue less than $3,000,000.
Apply
Today!
✓✓ Organized as a for-profit business and demonstrate potential for success.
✓✓ All applicants must complete the entire application and sufficiently demonstrate how the
item will strengthen their business.
Visit www.tricityregionalchamber.com or stop by the Regional Chamber office for more
information and to get an application. The deadline for applications is July 29, 2016.
For questions, contact: Austin Neilson
509.736.0510 or [email protected]
Sponsored by:
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
A Program of:
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UNDERSTANDING
GOVERNMENT CONTRACTING
SOLICITATIONS
Gain useful tools that will assist in better understanding
and responding to complicated government solicitations.
Meet The Chamber is designed to be
a "guide to getting the most out of
your membership." Attendees have the
opportunity to promote their business
while learning about Regional Chamber
initiatives, programs and services to help
them grow their business. Those who
would like a "refresher course" on the
Regional Chamber are encouraged
to attend.
RSVP by August 8, 2016 to 509.736.0510
Tri-Cities Business & Visitor Center
7130 W. Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA
In this class you will learn:
Elements of a solicitation
Types of solicitations
Government purchasing thresholds
Responding to Sources Sought Notices
How to respond to an RFP
Date: July 20, 2016
Time: 9 - 10:30 am
Location: Tri-Cities Business & Visitor Center
Bechtel Board Room
7130 W. Grandridge Blvd.
Kennewick, WA 99336
Cost:Free
Registration: washingtonptac.org/events
For questions, please contact Ashley Coronado at 491.3231 or
[email protected]
tricityregionalchamber.com
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Sponsored by the
Washington
PTAC at the
Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce
Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
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Facebook is Coming to Tri-Cities!
To register, visit fbkennewick.eventfarm.com
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Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
Thank You for Renewing Your Membership
26+ YEARS AS MEMBERS
4-9 YEARS AS MEMBERS
YRSMEMBER
LEVEL
YRSMEMBER
LEVEL
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Waste Management of Kennewick
Brutzman's Office Solutions
Clayton-Ward Company
Wes Door Jewelry
John's Auto Mart
Perfection Miller Paint
Rettig, Osborne, Forgette, LLP
Tri-Cities Community Federal Credit Union
Granite Construction Company
Apollo, Inc./Apollo Sheet Metal
Pacific Recycling
Tri-Cities Battery, Inc.
Business
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Business
Entrepreneur
Affiliate
21-25 YEARS AS MEMBERS
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B & B Express Printing Entrepreneur
Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Associated Brokers - Davis Entrepreneur
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Rhodes Heating & Air Conditioning Entrepreneur
25
Rogers Surveying, Inc. Entrepreneur
25
Shelby's Floral Entrepreneur
25
Sporthaus Northwest, Inc. Entrepreneur
25
Tri-Cities Water Store Entrepreneur
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Entrepreneur
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Energy Northwest Executive
3
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Dayco Heating, Air & Electrical Affiliate
3
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Walmart - Kennewick Corporate
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Coleman Oil Company Entrepreneur
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Tri-City Cleaners Entrepreneur
16-20 YEARS AS MEMBERS
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Armada Corp.
Reese Concrete Products
Spencer Carlson Unlimited
Jesse's Lawn Maintenance
Just Roses, Flowers & More
Azteca Mexican Restaurant
HandWorks Northwest, PLLC
Irrigation Specialists Inc.
Arlene's Flowers
Word of Faith Center
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
10-15 YEARS AS MEMBERS
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DGR Grant Construction, Inc. Entrepreneur
HDR Engineering, Inc. Entrepreneur
Everstar Realty Entrepreneur
Progressive Machine Inc. Entrepreneur
Primerica Financial Services - Sweezea Business
YCCS A National Collection System Business
Tri-Cities Community Health Entrepreneur
Sandvik Special Metals LLC Corporate
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
D.L. Williams Insurance, Inc.
Dura-Shine Clean Company
Tri-Cities Chaplaincy
Bruker AXS Handheld, Inc.
Wolff Services
Benton County Mosquito Control
RV Village Resort
AT&T Mobility
Gold's Gym - Kennewick
Jerry D. Abrams Company, Inc.
Z Place Salon and Spa
Savage Logistics, LLC
Frost Me Sweet
Hamilton Cellars
Colonial Life
NewEdge Wellness Center, Ps
Rattlesnake Mountain Harley Davidson
Sand & Sage Car Club
Talos Engineering
Entrepreneur
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Business
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
Corporate
Business
Business
Business
Business
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
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Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
3 YEARS AS MEMBERS
BNSF Railway
Santiago Sales - Kennewick
Kennewick Flower Shop
Snake River Street Rods
Corporate
Business
Entrepreneur
Entrepreneur
2 YEARS AS MEMBERS
2LSN
Business
2Schnitzer
Business
2
Minuteman Press of Kennewick Entrepreneur
2
Service Alternatives Entrepreneur
2
U.S. World Class Taekwondo Tri-Cities Entrepreneur
2
Friends of Badger Mountain Entrepreneur
1 YEAR AS MEMBERS
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Absolute Power, Inc.
Sunbelt Rentals
Bush Car Wash
Interim Healthcare
Magnolia Music Studio - Riverwalk
National Active & Retired Federal
Employees Association (NARFE)
Sullivan Sullutions
Tucannon Cellars
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Social Media
Snapshot!
MAY 2016
#TCRCC
Connect with us!
Pictured left to right: Lori Mattson, President & CEO, Tri-City Regional
Chamber; Rich Cummins, President, Columbia Basin College
REGIONAL OUTSTANDING
MEMBER OF
CHAMBER THE MONTH
The Tri-City Regional Chamber is pleased to
announce Columbia Basin College (CBC) as
the May Outstanding Member of the Month.
CBC has served Benton and Franklin Counties
for over 60 years. During this time, CBC has
grown from 299 to over 8,000 students and has
become a great asset to our community. CBC
offers many different degrees and programs
for their students while exhibiting a key
partnership with our local school districts and
regional universities, making CBC an
invaluable resource.
Thank you Columbia Basin College for your
time and effort to improve the state of
education in our community. We are proud
to recognize you as the May Outstanding
Member of the Month.
Tri-City Regional Chamber
Likes: 2,719
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Tri-City Regional Chamber
@tricitychamber
Followers: 3,618
@tricitychamber
@tricityregionalchamber
Followers: 326
Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce
@tricityregionalchamber
PRESS
RELEASES
To Do:
✓✓ Submit your Small Business Inventive Program
application by July 29!
✓✓ Network at Business After Hours hosted by
Badger Mountain Vineyards and Powers Winery
on July 14!
✓✓ Learn about tools that will assist in better
understanding government solicitations by
attending the free PTAC workshop on July 20!
✓✓ Communicate with us on social media using
#TCRCC!
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
JULY
4
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Chamber Office Closed for Holiday
Facebook Boost Your Business Event
14
Business After Hours: Badger Mountain
Vineyards and Powers Winery
20
PTAC Workshop: Understanding Government
Contracting Solicitations
27
July Membership Luncheon Why Downtowns Matter
28
Business Development University - Building
Strong Relationships with Your Banker
AUGUST
9
PTAC Workshop: Market Research for
Government Contracting
11
Business After Hours: NAI Tri-Cities
24
August Membership Luncheon with
Congressman Dan Newhouse
25
Business Development University
THANK YOU
June Business
After Hours:
Thrivent Financial &
Sageland Center
State of the Ports Sponsor:
Bouten Construction
Monthly V.O.I.C.E. of Business | July 2016
Visit
tricityregionalchamber.com
to read full releases!
June 8, 2016 - Regional Chamber
Presents the 23rd Annual
Cool Desert Nights Car and
Motorcycle Event
Tri-Cities, WA - The Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce invites the
community to attend the 23rd Annual
Cool Desert Nights event! Presented by
HAPO Community Credit Union, Cool
Desert Nights is a classic car, street rod
and motorcycle show in
Richland, Washington…
June 7, 2016 - Leadership
Practices for Exceptional
Business & Personal
Performance
Tri-Cities, WA - The Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce invites the
community to attend its June Business
Development University, “Leadership
Practices for Exceptional Business &
Personal Performance…”
June 6, 2016 - Regional Chamber
to Award $30,000 in Grants to
Tri-Cities Small Businesses
Tri-Cities, WA - The Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce and Washington
River Protection Solutions (WRPS) have
again partnered to offer grants to local
businesses through the “Small Business
Incentive Program.” The program is
designed to strengthen and support
small businesses in the Tri-Cities…
June 6, 2016 - Regional Chamber
to Host “State of the Ports”
Tri-Cities, WA - The Tri-City Regional
Chamber of Commerce invites its
members and the community to attend
the annual “State of the Ports” featuring
Commissioner Roy D. Keck, Port of
Benton; Commissioner Skip Novakovich,
Port of Kennewick; and Commissioner
Ron Reimann, Port of Pasco…
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PASCO, WA
PERMIT NO. 361
Commercial Real Estate Sales & Leasing | Professional Property Management | Residential Real Estate
FOR SALE @ QUEENSGATE
Building G: Professional Office
Building I: Open floor plan with quality
with luxury residence above.
finishes. About 2,000 sq. ft.
FOR LEASE
Class A office on
Columbia Point Dr.
with exceptional
views of golf course.
Quality finishes,
multiple privates and
stunning common
area conference
room with patio.
Real Estate
is our business.
Relationships
are our focus.
Gayle Stack
CCIM, CPM®
Designated Broker
Commercial Realtor
FOR LEASE
Highly visible Gage Blvd. retail space.
1,100 sq. ft. Build to suit.
FOR LEASE
Retail suite at Union Square,
just off of Clearwater Avenue.
509-308-7310
1920 N. Pittsburgh Street | Suite A | Kennewick, WA 99336 | 509.735.4042 | www.EverStarRealty.com

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