Warwick Valley Business EXPO April 10

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Warwick Valley Business EXPO April 10
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Provident Bank
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Warwick Valley Business EXPO April 10
President
GARRETT DURLAND
Seely & Durland, Inc.
First Vice President
DIANE MASSEY
RE/MAX Benchmark Realty Group
Second Vice President
PAMELA ARACE
Arace & Co. Consulting
Vendor to vendor networking: 9am-10am
Public Hours: 10am - 4pm
Immediate Past President
ROBERT E. KRAHULIK
Bonacic, Krahulik, Cuddeback,
McMahon and Brady, LLC
Directors
DUANE W. ALBRO
WVT Communications
PAMELA ARACE
Arace & Co. Consulting
RAYMOND BRYANT
Warwick Valley Central
School District
Chamber
Officers
Warwick Valley Chamber
of Commerce
P.O.
Box
202 • Warwick, NY 10990
MARK
KURTZ
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845.986-2720
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DIANE MASSEY
www.warwickcc.org
• [email protected]
RE/MAX
Benchmark Realty Group
ROBERT E. KRAHULIK
Bonacic, Krahulik, Cuddeback,
McMahon and Brady, LLC
SHERRY BUKOVCAN
Mary Kay Cosmetics
MARY McCLURG
Provident Bank
MECHELLE CASCIOTTA
Kitchen & Bath Works
of Warwick
SOUZIE MILLER
WTBQ Radio Station
HEIDI CLAY
ShopRite Supermarkets, Inc.
ROSEMARY COOPER
Albert Wisner Public Library
GARRETT DURLAND
Seely & Durland, Inc.
CEDRIC GLASPER
Mechanical Rubber
Products, Inc.
SANFORD GLAZMAN
Better Homes and Gardens
Rand Realty
JASON GRIZZANTI
Warwick Valley
Winery & Distillery
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LISA MONTANARO
LM Organizing Solutions, LLC
BARBARA MOORE
Greenwood Lake Village Mayor
MARCI OAKLEY
Castle Cruises and Travel
PAUL RAFANELLO
Paul Rafanello, CPA, PLLC
JEFF REILLY
St. Anthony Community Hospital,
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CHERYL ROGOWSKI
W. Rogowski Farms
THOMAS SALAMONE
Next Level Floral Design, Inc.
DOUG STAGE
Stage, Nathans and Ziobro LLP
ERIK JOHANSEN
The Iron Forge Inn
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Executive Director
MICHAEL A. JOHNDROW
Administrative Assistants
Front, from left: Cheryl Rogowski, Vice President Diane Massey, Barbara Moore, Sherry
Bukovcan, Mechelle Casciotta, Marci Oakley. Standing left: Doug Stage, Sandy Glazman,
Treasurer Cedric Glasper, Erik Johansen, Secretary Mary McClurg, Jeff Reilly,
Vice President Pamela Arace, Duane Albro, Rosemary Cooper, Paul Rafanello, Souzie Miller,
President Garrett Durland,Thomas Salamone, Dr. Raymond Bryant, past president Robert
Krahulik, Michael Johndrow Executive Director. Board members Heidi Clay, Jason Grizzanti,
Mark Kurtz and Lisa Montanaro were not available for the photograph.
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The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce
Chamber Caboose, South Street
Post Office Box 202, Warwick, New York 10990
Phone: (845) 986-2720 Fax: (845) 986-6982
Email: [email protected] Web: www.warwickcc.org
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Membership Categories
Corporate Member $350
16+ employees, 2 representatives
Small Business Member $150
1 - 6 employees
Medium Business Member $250
7 - 15 employees
New Business Member $115
In operation less than 1 year
Non-Profit Organization $75
All meetings are open to WVCC members.
Board of Directors’ Meeting
Mt. Alverno, 8 am
April
29
10
Warwick Valley Business EXPO
May
1
Warwick Bridal Trail
Merchants Guild
April
13
Triple Business Mixer
Ronald Regan Blvd., 5 - 7 pm
Edward Jones Investments
WTBQ Radio, and Jubilee MultiCultural Arts Center
May
7
Board of Directors’ Meeting
Mt. Alverno, 8 am
May
16
April 15
Job Shadowing Meeting, 6 pm
June
4
April
20
Power Networking Luncheon
The Dautaj, 11:30 am
June
10
July
1-6
April
9
April
WV Middle School, 10 am - 4 pm
April 23, 24, 25 Operation Clean Sweep
South Street Caboose
April
24
Warwick Springfest
Merchants Guild
Educational Seminar
Greenbriar, Mt. Alverno, 7:45 am
Warwick Valley Farmers Market
Opening Day, South Street
Board of Directors’ Meeting
Mt. Alverno, 8 am
Chamber Newsletter Deadline
Queen Mary 2 Cruise
September14
Taste of Warwick
October
Applefest
3
2 The Chamber Connection
Operation Clean Sweep
Weekend April 23-25
Chamber Executive Director Michael Johndrow joins workshop co-presenters
Michael Lake of RedLake Marketing and Steve Hoey of KDF Reprographics.
Steve Hoey offers great ideas on generating leads to the roughly forty exhibitors attending
the chamber-sponsored workshop: “Sneaky Little Secrets of the Trade Show Pros”.
Sneaky Little Secrets of the Trade Show Pros
You’ve been hit hard by the recession.
Fewer customers with fewer dollars are out
there to buy your product or service. And,
your cost of doing business isn’t exactly
getting cheaper, is it? Well, the people
willing and able to buy your product or
service are out there—enough of them to
not just maintain your previous levels of
sales, but to GROW them. You just need
to find those people and communicate to
them differently than you did in the past.
The secrets to attracting business dealing with competition and the new economy were revealed at the Warwick Senior
Center in an eye-opening workshop.
Stephen Hoey of KDF Reprographics
and Michael Lake of RedLake Marketing
detailed the critical steps needed to create
a proper plan for the EXPO Trade Show.
Attendees were coached to decide what
their most effective marketing message
is. They learned how to create a booth
that attracts people like an electromagnet,
and what the people manning your booth
should do. How DOES a business entice
attendees to share their contact info?
Every year the Warwick Valley
Chamber of Commerce sponsors an
official roadside cleanup throughout the
entire town of Warwick. This year we
are pleased to announce that ShopRite
Supermarkets, Inc. is the official
sponsor, providing garbage bags and
refreshments for volunteers. You or your
organization are invited to grab the
trash bags and join in the fun Friday,
Saturday and Sunday, April 23-25.
Operation Clean Sweep Committee Chair
Lisa Montanaro of LM Organizing
Solutions, LLC will coordinate the event
with help from Warwick Valley High
School student Heather Storms. Heather
is a sophomore and an extremely active
Troop 788 Girl Scout. She will be helping
with flyers, banners, fundraising, and
volunteer coordination.
Groups, clubs, and individuals are
invited to take part in this community
service by pre-registering their chosen
routes in order to ensure garbage pickup
by the DPW. (Please note that this is
for roadside refuse, not homeowner
garbage.) If your business or organization
is interested in serving as a sponsor,
providing product donations, or offering
financial support, contact the Chamber
office, 986-2720.
Get away from it all
Jimmy Sturr Travel Agency is owned
by 18-time Grammy Award winner
Jimmy Sturr and is conveniently located
in the Florida Professional Building at 62
North Main Street. The agency specializes in vacations for couples, families,
singles and group gatherings. They professionally coordinate destination weddings, reunions, business travel groups,
EXPO Custom Tags
Engraved name tags are a great way to and casino trips.
present your business in a professional
Jimmy
Sturr
Travel
Agency
manner. Stop by Etched In Time consistently offers cruise specials and allEngraving, Main Street to place your inclusive getaway packages at competitive
order in time for EXPO or your next pricing. If you would like a dream
networking event. Etched In Time vacation with personalized service, call
Engraving creates on-site professional Lisa Zaro, Assistant Manager, at (845)
name tags, without a minimum quantity, 651-4441. Visit our new website: www.
in a wide variety of colors.
jimmysturrtravelagency.com.
Since 1995, KDF has been providing
innovative large format marketing
solutions for business. Call (888) 533-2667
to speak to Steve, www.kdf-comp.com.
To learn how RedLake Marketing can
benefit you, visit www.redlakemarketing.
com or call Michael at (845) 986-7320.
The Chamber Connection 3
EXPO 2010 promises something for everyone
Know what’s real
Theft Prevention Tip by Robert Baier,
www.bobbaierinfo.com, author of
“Identity Theft Prevention for the
College Student”
The census is an information gathering
tool. Criminals of identity theft are
constantly attempting to gather as much
information about you as they can to steal
from you. I believe there will be many
different types of scams regarding the
census coming your way.
The Census has only ten (10) questions
and does not ask for your Social Security
Number, credit card information, or bank
account information. The Census Bureau
will not contact you by email, cell phone
or via internet. You cannot fill out the
form on-line.
If you do not fill out the census and mail
it in, someone, between April and June,
will knock on your door. Never invite a
census taker into your home. They will
have official government badges marked
with just their name, a Department of
Commerce watermark, and an expiration
date. The Census Worker will provide you
with a letter from the Census Director on
official letterhead.
Triple Business Mixer
April 13th, 5 to 7pm
The businesses of Edward Jones
Investments, WTBQ Radio and Jubilee
Multi-Cultural Arts Center are excited
to host a progressive after-hours business
mixer from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. April
13th on Ronald Reagan Boulevard in
Warwick, NY.
Make quality business connections and
mingle with professionals while visiting
the offices of this financial adviser, stateof-the art radio station, and delightful
dance studio. The Chamber will serve
regional wines and Chumleys BBQ &
Catering Co. will dish out Dixie Fire
Sticks, Mini Redneck Gyros, Sante Fe
Shrimp Cocktail, Grilled Adobo Shrimp
Skewers and Bayou Chicken on A Stick.
Better bring your appetites to this one!
Join Chamber members for $5; $15 for
non-members. Call the Chamber Caboose
at 986-2720 or visit [email protected]
David Dirks. keynote speaker
Sheila Pearl, MSW, keynote speaker
Saturday, April 10, the 3rd Annual
Warwick Chamber EXPO will kick off
with two dynamic keynote speakers.
columnist for The Times Herald-Record
which carries his Dirks on Strategy
business column. He is also host of the
weekly Dirks on Strategy Radio Show
which may be heard on Hudson Valley’s
WTBQ 111 AM, and WTBQ 99.1 FM
Sheila Pearl, MSW, author, Seminar
Leader and Life Coach will lead off
at 11:00 a.m. with “Shift your Attitude
Lift your Results; How to Connect
with People to Create Abundance in
Alliances”. In the business arena, Sheila
offers golden nuggets of wisdom on ways
to make connections in networking that
serve the goals of relationship building for
professional growth and the creation of
personal and financial abundance. Bestselling author, Bob Proctor, delivers the
foreword to her co-authored book “The
Winning Connection: the Networker’s
Guide to Wealthy-Building Synergistic
Relationships” published in 2009. She is
also a co-contributor of the book “Wake
Up Women: Be Happy, Healthy, Wealthy”.
David Dirks, Author, Radio Personality,
Columnist, marketing expert and
strategist, will present at 1:00 p.m.
“Invisible to Invincible: Business
Prosperity through Personal Branding”.
His 20-year career includes working with
start-up companies to several Fortune
100 companies. His book, Job Search
Marketing: Finding Job Opportunities in
Any Economy, provides marketing tools
for a job search and personal branding.
David is a widely read, weekly business
The EXPO features nearly 100
exhibitors, including business owners,
entrepreneurs, and non profits showcasing
their products and services. Join in the
family-friendly activities starting at 10
a.m. with Macaroni the Clown, a fulltime children’s entertainer and Ringling
Brothers Clown College Graduate. A
local artist will offer face painting from
11:00 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pennings Farm
Market will extend their indoor winter
market one extra week to offer their
country vendors at the EXPO. Raffles and
prizes galore will be offered by the nearly
90 exhibitors who wish to showcase
their products and services. This year
there will be a home improvement and
décor section. Select exhibitors will offer
afternoon demonstrations.
EXPO 2010’s lead sponsors are WTBQ
111 AM, 99.1 FM Radio and WRG–
Warwick Resource Group-Sanford
Insurance in cooperation with KDF
Reprographics, Provident Bank, Price
Chopper and WVT Communications.
Admission is free for children and $2
for adults. See you there!
4 The Chamber Connection
From the Caboose
by Executive Director Michael Johndrow
Hello to all,
Let’s discuss membership dues as we
move into spring. Your chamber is a non-profit
organization which depends completely upon the
revenue of its annual dues to exist. Our goal is to
continue to offer you the events and promotions that are so vital to the
success of our business community. Your dues, payable in January of
each year, are an investment in your future, and we are proud to have you
all on board. If you have not paid for the year 2010, please do so as soon
as possible, so that we can continue to include you in our membership
roster. It is most appreciated!
Our big news, of course, is the 3rd Annual Business EXPO,
coordinated by Diane Massey of ReMax Benchmark Realty. It will be
bigger and better than last year’s event, so if you are not participating as
a vendor please come out and support those who are. We like to think of
it as our most significant “Think Local” event of the year.
In February-March we had our second restaurant week titled “Winter
Dining in the Warwick Valley”. Erik Johansen of the Iron
Forge Inn chairs this event. Eric and Erin Pascual of Halligan’s have
designed a new website, www.warwickvalleydining.com, for restaurants
and businesses that support our restaurant week. Check this new resource
out when you have a moment.
The Warwick Merchant’s Guild, together with the Chamber, hosted
the first “Winter Blues” weekend under the creative direction of
Tim Mullally of Style Council. It was a great success and an excellent
introduction to Railroad Avenue’s latest addition, “Blue”.
There is always something new here in the Warwick Valley, and for that
we can be grateful. I hope all of you are inspired by the warmer weather
and I’d like to remind you to call or stop in with any request or questions.
Happy Spring!
Communication: April 29
Educational Program
Effective communication can be the
difference between success and failure
in business. New chamber member,
John Tinghitella, founder of Humble
Confidence Inc, an Orange County
training/speaking business will present
his Team Communication and Alignment
program to chamber members.
In employee surveys nationwide,
Communication ranks as the number-one
challenge facing businesses today. John’s
program will provide the perspective,
tools and mindset to help businesses
communicate effectively, reduce waste,
save time and build healthy working
relationships.
John is a self-described “sales guy”.
His career started in Public Relations,
Advertising and Marketing Support for
both internal and external audiences.
John was instrumental in building a
single brand 5M business into an 82M,
multi division, best-in-class supplier.
He has a strong sense for the creative
solution with a keen focus on building
relationships. John led numerous merger
and acquisition activities throughout his
career. His most recent corporate position
was Vice President, Sales/Marketing for
The Marinco Electrical Group. He is a
graduate of Oneonta State University
where he received an Honors Degree in
Speech Communication. John has also
participated in an Executive Extension
program at the Haas School of Business,
University of California at Berkeley.
Don’t miss this dynamic program
scheduled for Thursday, April 29th, from
7:45 to 8:45 a.m. in the Greenbriar Room
at Mt. Alverno. Reserve your spot by
calling (845) 986-2720.
Helping Our Youth Learn Skills; Job Shadowing Program Week April 19
The Warwick Valley Chamber of
Commerce will be conducting a Job
Shadowing Program once again. We have
approached the Florida School District
and they will join the program. An
inquiry of Greenwood Lake students has
also been made. Our maximum number
of students we have set at 75.
The primary week will be the week of
April 19th. If there is an overflow, some
students may do the job shadowing the
following week of April 26th.
An informational meeting where the
employer meets the student who will be
coming to his/her place of business will
be held prior to April 19th and at present
Thursday April 15th in the evening is
the most likely time. Employers will be
invited for 6:00, students arrive and meet
employers at 6:30 and information session
to start at 7:00 p.m. We will try to match
the student’s interest with prospective
employers. Refreshments will be served.
At this time we are asking you to email
Doug Stage, chair person at [email protected]
warwick.net and advise if you are
interested. More details will be provided
after the initial response is received. We
are looking for a quick response.
If you participated last year, we thank
you. We trust it was a valuable experience
and hope you can do so again.
Welcome new members
AMES ENTERPRISES
Ronald Algiere
103-17 Metropolitan Avenue
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(718) 261-9283
AMES FLOORING
Ronald Algiere
43-Wesley Hill Lane
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 987-5743
APPLE VALLEY TRAVEL
Sandra Abrams
7 Fawn Hill Court
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 986-2622
BERTONI GALLERY
Rachel Bertoni
1392 Kings Highway
Sugar Loaf, NY 10987
(845) 469-0993
CARTRIDGE WORLD
WAYNE
Scott Bordman
1220 Hamburg Turnpike
Wayne, NJ 07470
(973) 696-2880
Choppercharter.com
Peter McFarland
98 Sleepy Valley Road
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 988-6078
DISNEY VACATION CLUB
Carole McCann
57 East Main Street
Washingtonville, NY 10992
(845) 497-7717
EQUESTRIAN ACADEMY
Leslie Falco
49 Newport Bridge Road
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 544-2722
The Chamber Connection 5
Chamber Welcomes Pilates in Motion
JIMMY STURR
TRAVEL AGENCY
Lisa Zaro
62 North Main Street
Florida, NY 10921
(845) 651-4441
KOHLER RESTAURANT
PROVISIONS
Jesse Isaacs
46 Ackerman Road
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 986-9048
KOKOPELLI NATIVE
AMERICAN GALLERY
Cathe Linton
50 Main Street
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 987-9933
MESSINA
RENTALS
Annette Messina
PO Box 202
67 Estrada Road
Central Valley, NY 10917
(845) 928-6954
MILLSPAUGH
FURNITURE HOUSE
Keith Millspaugh
52 Main Street
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 544-7090
MALLEY KIM DESIGNS
Kim Malley-Clarke
47 Philip Drive
Montgomery, NY 12549
(845) 590-0705
MUSEUM VILLAGE
Kate Mitchell
1010 Route 17M
Monroe, NY 10950
(845) 782-6432
GUYS PLACE
Gaetano Salzillo
16 Main Street
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 544-2688
NAKED EYE
PHOTOGRAPHY, LLC
Kathie Austin
23 Palomino Terrace
Vernon, NJ, 07462
(973) 296-8000
HUMBLE
CONFIDENCE, INC.
John W. Tinghitella
19 Flynn Court
Pine Bush, NY 12566
(845) 313-7747
PATTY CHRISTIAN
INTERIORS
Patty Christian
28 Conklin Road
Warwick, NY 10990
(201) 264-4170
Front row left to right: Instructor Sherrie DeBergh, Instructor Jennifer Hewitt,
Pilates in Motion Owner Colleen Ketchum, and Instructor Ety Salamone.
Back row left: Thomas Salamone, President of the Warwick Valley
Merchants Guild, Town Supervisor Michael Sweeton, and
Garrett Durland, President of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Enhance your lifestyle; get active
Working with Oscar-winning actors,
professional athletes and busy CEOs has
given Wendy Lee Carvill an experienced
edge when it comes to achieving results,
no matter what the location.
Fitness trainer
Wendy Lee Carvill
From strength training for dancers to
physical rehabilitation for patients with
chronic pain and injuries, Wendy is
available for training at home or in local
gyms. She can be reached at (845) 4773560 or [email protected]
PRUDENTIAL SERLS
PRIME PROPERTIES
Heidi Moeller
11 First Street
Warwick, NY, 10990
(845) 986-0111
WARWICK VALLEY
GARDENERS
Mary Pohlman
92 Walling Road
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 258-4958
SEND OUT CARDS
Lisa Carillo
57 Southern Lane
Warwick, NY 10990
(845) 729-2883
WERNER’S
TRUE VALUE
HARDWARE
Jerry & Linda Werner
8-10 North Main Street
Florida, NY 10921
(845) 651-2899
SPOTLESS PROFESSIONAL
CLEANING
Kimberly Lyrintzis
PO Box 425
Pine Bush, NY 12566
(845) 699-8462
TRAVELS WITH SARA
Sara Kearns
44 Amity Road
Warwick NY 10990
(845) 926-4774
YOGA ON THE LAKE
Jackie Alvarez
69 Windermere Avenue
Greenwood Lake, NY 10925
(917) 658-0652
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Renewed members
A Sparkling View, LLC
Affinity Advantage, Inc
Albert Wisner Library
Alpine Haus B & B
Alpine Heating & Air Conditioning
Amelia’ Millwork
Annie Rabbitt
Apple Valley Inn
Arace & Co. Consulting
Arizmendi, Peggy
Aspen Environmental Co.
Better Homes & Garden / Rand Realty
Barbara Moore, Mayor of Greenwood Lake
Barbara Moore, Wachovia
Bellvale Community
Blarney Station
Bluestone Acupuncture
Budget Blinds of Orange County
Castle Cruises
Catskill Modular Homes
Chumleys BBQ
Cider Mill Inn
Claudia Vaccaro
Coldwell Banker Currier & Lazier Realtors
Comfort Inn & Suites
Computer Logic & Maintenance
Corporate Impressions
Coppola Services
Coquito
County Waste
Critter Care Pet Sitting
David Brandt Designer
Designs by Monica
Delores Simon
D.L. Hawkins Assoc.
Doc’s Fine Woodcrafts
Donna Filipowski
Earth Angels
Dwayne’s Glass Works
Eastern Propane
Edward Jones
El Azteca
Exhibit & Tradeshow Consultants
Florida Chamber of Commerce
Frazzleberries
G’ Restaurant
Ginny Warsaw, Better Homes & Gardens / Rand Realty
Grappa Ristorante
Greater Hudson Bank
Heaven Hill Farm
Historical Society of Warwick
Hope Gardens, Inc
Invisible fence of Orange County
Iron Forge Inn
Jacobowitz & Gubits, LLP
Jam Home Enhancement
Jane Gyulavary
Jean Claude’s Pastisserie & Dessert Café
Jeffrey Educational Consulting
Jen’s Cookies
Jenna & Co
Jim Pawliczek – Mayor of Florida
Jockey Hollow Veterinary Practice
John Zawacky
Jubilee Multi-Cultural Arts & Dance Center
Justine Spalding
KDF Reprographics
Kennedy Co
Kumon Math & Reading
Center of Warwick
Lazear-Smith & Vander Plaat Memorial Home
Leyland Alliance
Lisa’s Cookie Shop
LM Organizing Solutions
Logan’s Well
Lucia Aloi
Lycian Centre
M & R Energy Resources
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Mechanical Rubber
Michael Newhard, Mayor, Warwick
Michael Sweeton –
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Mike Pacer – An Orchestra of One
Mima’s of Warwick
Monarch Inn
Mountain Creek
Mt. Alverno Center
Optimum Performance Physical Therapy
Orange County Chamber of Commerce
Nancy Brenner-DeAngelo,Esq
New Continental Hotel
ND Photography
Nina Kannon Prepress Services
Noble Pies
Parkin Plumbing
Parse 3- Nexus
Patterns for Progress
Paul Rafanello
Paychex
Pilates In Motion
Pine Island Chamber of Commerce
Plaza Auto Driving School
Provident Bank
Racheal’s Daily Discounts
REMAX Homes & Estates
Richard Cass / D. Lerner
Rockland Exposition
Roger Metzger
Romancing the Home
Rylex
Sandy Glazman
Sapphire Title & Settlement Agency
Schervier Pavillion
Seely & Durland
Shalimar Alpacas of Warwick
Shugga
Sports, Fitness, & Fun
Stage, Nathans, & Ziobro, LLP
State Farm Ins.
St. Anthony’s Hospital
Strazza Fine Art and Photography
Studio Blu
Subtle Energies
SusanArt / P’Casso
Sussex Bank
The Castle
The Country Life
The Dautaj
The Eclectic Eye
Tokyo Plum House
Thomas P. Morahan- State Senator
Town Clerk of Warwick
Town of Warwick PBA
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Traditional Karate –Do Center
Tri-State Chamber of Commerce
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Tuxedo Park School URJ – Kutz Camp Institute
Vernon Urgent Care
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Warwick Advertiser
Warwick Antique Barn
Warwick Art League
Warwick Castle Tavern
Warwick Conference Center
Warwick Corners
Warwick Day Care Warwick Grove
Warwick House of Antiques
Warwick Massage
Warwick Medical Association
Warwick Motel & Suites
Warwick Pediatrics
Warwick Reformed Church
Warwick Resource Group (Sanford Insurance)
Warwick’s Helpful Hand
Warwick Valley Coffee Roasters, Inc.
Warwick Valley Rotary Club
Warwick Valley Veterinary Hospital Wells Fargo Bank
Wendy Lee Carvill
Whisper Wind Farm
Winslow Therapeutic Riding Center
WTBQ Radio
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The Chamber Connection 7
Establishing a Community of Service
by Dr. Raymond Bryant, WVC School District
Martin Luther King, Jr.
once said, “Everybody can
be great because everybody
can serve.” We can all aspire
to such greatness by donating
even a small amount of time
or resources within our
community. This life lesson
alone is reason enough to
encourage our kids to become
volunteers.
Schools, businesses and
community
organizations
can help kids by creating a
partnership that fosters and
encourages volunteerism. We
can encourage our kids to
combine volunteer work with
their fundraising needs.
For example, if a school
athletic group needs to raise
funds for equipment, instead
of standing outside the grocery
store collecting change in a
jar, why not give that same
group of kids the opportunity
to perform volunteer work,
such as raking leaves? They
earn the donation they need
to keep their equipment up to
date with the added bonus of
knowing how good it feels to
serve.
Markets rise & fall
Ed Lynch and fellow
Edward Jones Advisors look
forward to helping clients faceto-face within the community
in an effort to achieve their
investment
goals—whether
financial markets rise or fall.
According to Edward Lynch,
an Edward Jones Financial
Advisor in Warwick, while
the corporate world was shaken by layoffs, pay cuts and
retrenchment, Edward Jones
did not lay off one associate
and continued to hire financial advisors. The firm not
only endured one of the worst
market cycles in its 87-year
history, but earned a profit.
Energy, Stress Relief, Weight Loss
Ladies 35 to 55+ are the most productive segment of our society,
but suffer the most due to stress, nutritional deficiencies and
change of life. Raising children, maintaining your household,
handling elderly parents, working, spouses… it all takes a toll.
Nutrition Response Testing offered by Kramer Nutrition is the
only health care system to find the 7 main interference factors
which prevent proper diet, nutrition and exercise programs from
working. Plans such as Nutrasystem, Medifast & Isagenix may
give temporary results, only to backfire over time—they are
fake foods. Limited time offer: free consultation and test of your
supplements: Dr. Robert Kramer www.kramernutrition.com.
Short Sales, Foreclosure Certification
Ginny Warsaw with Better Homes &
Gardens Rand Realty has earned the
nationally recognized Short Sales and
Foreclosure Resource Certification.
One-third of all existing homes sold
recently were either short sales or
foreclosures. Ginny Warsaw is able to
help sellers with the complexities of short
sales and help buyers pursue both short
sale and foreclosure opportunities.
Realtor Ginny Warsaw
If you need any assistance or guidance with the short sale
process do not hesitate to call Ginny Warsaw at (845) 258-0871.
Team Chumley backs up against the U.S. Mint at West Point
The honor to serve those who serve us
Chumleys BBQ and Catering Company of Florida, NY was
chosen out of 12 regional BBQ restaurants to cater the annual
“Polar Fest” winter family celebration at West Point. They
served their famous pulled pork with a variety of sauces and
coleslaw to approximately 800 very hungry West Point Cadets,
families and friends. It was a day of fun for the Cadets with ski
and snowboard races, tube bowling, ice sculpting, snow painting,
and live music. Chumleys’ staff, worked non-stop to keep the
hot sandwiches coming.
Corwin Florist Celebrates 75 Years
Mindful of the family
tradition
to
serve
the
community
with
honest
professional service and top
quality flowers, Corwin
Florist accommodates the
traditional,
contemporary,
modern and eclectic client.
In 1935 Francis and
Leah Corwin opened their
doors to serve the Warwick
community. Today Amy Sliter,
granddaughter of F.H. Corwin,
and mother Gale Toffel are
seeing Corwin’s into their
75th year in business with
a re-designed interior, new
incentives, experienced floral
design teams, greenhouses,
and a solarium filled with
exotic plants. Visit Corwin
Florest on Route 17A to fulfill
your floral decorating and
landscaping needs year-round.
One space at a time
Searching for a matching
shoe, a blouse that isn’t
wrinkled, a perfect matching
accessory. That’s a tough way
to start the day. With a closet
system designed just for you,
finding the right thing to wear
may be the easiest part of your
day. You may want a new closet
from Hudson Valley Closets
for the added space, but you’ll
love it for the peace of mind.
Peace of mind, one space
at a time—Hudson Valley
Closets (845) 986-6001 www.
hudsonvalleyclosets.com.
8 The Chamber Connection
Jewelry with meaning
“They were the first recyclers and
I’m so privileged to be able to sell their
work. It’s beautiful, well made, and filled
with spiritual meaning. People gravitate
towards it because each piece is so
individual,” says Cathe Linton speaking
of the Native Americans.
Get to know your fellow Chamber members
Our board members represent vital parts of the community. Left is Attorney Douglas R. Stage
of the firm Stage, Nathans and Ziobro, LLP; Rosemary Cooper, Albert Wisner Public
Library; Jeff Reilly, St. Anthony Community Hospital; Dr. Raymond Bryant, Warwick
Valley Central School District; Merchant Guild President Thomas Salamone, Next Level
Floral Design, Inc. and Shugga, LLC; and Marci Oakley, Castle Cruises & Travel, Inc.
Linton, known for her award-winning
jewelry designs is the new owner of
KOKOPELLI
Native
American
Gallery, a staple on Main Street,
Warwick, for 14 years. She will continue
to sell the unique jewelry and art made
by the Native Americans in addition
to her own pieces. With an extensive
background in jewelry making, Linton is
able to design, adapt special orders and
match orphan earrings exactly or close
to the original. KOKOPELLI is open
Tuesday through Sunday.
Interactive new book
Are you interested in the perfect gift to
purchase for someone that would love to
become better organized, and maybe one
for yourself too? Certified Professional
Organizer, Lisa Montanaro of LM
Organizing Solutions, LLC has secured
a book deal with Peter Pauper Press to
write an organizing book which will be
launched in the fall of 2010.
All Chamber of Commerce meetings are open to members and you are encouraged to attend.
The book will be an interactive guide
that will cover getting organized at home
and work, and will include exercises,
places to journal, and checklists. In the
meantime, if you absolutely can’t wait for
the new book, you can purchase Lisa’s
e-book, DECIDE to be Organized: An
Empowering Process for Change on her
website at www.lmorganizingsolutions.
com/decideebook.html.
Zeal for the shoot
Passion and enthusiasm! Naked Eye
Photography, LLC is an ambitious
photography company with a strong
creative edge—the ‘naked eye’ that
captures the creativity in life.
Michael Johndrow, Executive Director, stands next to Vice President Diane Massey,
Vice President Pamela Arace, Chamber President Garrett Durland, Secretary Mary
McClurg, Treasurer Cedric Glasper, and past president Robert Krahulik.
Based in Vernon, Naked Eye
Photography, LLC specializes in
portraits for children, families and
professionals. They also offer product
photography,
website
photography,
special events and photo retouching. Call
Kathie Austin (973) 296-8000 to arrange
an appointment or for more details.
The Chamber Connection 9
Come fly with me
ChopperCharter.com
provides
express Helicopter Charter Service to
New York area customers. Local business
people are now able to make the rounds
ahead of their competitors. For example;
one recent flight was a direct pick-up at a
corporate site in Nashua, NH, with direct
delivery to Wall Street in NYC.
Another recent flight was a pick-up
in Central NJ with a trip to Westchester
County Airport, NY; then a limousine
delivery to an appointment in Greenwich,
CT; a helicopter flight back to Newark
Airport for a connection to Chicago’s
O’Hare. Wow! In our recovering economy,
these customers needed to get there fast,
and ChopperCharter.com delivered.
Change in NY licence law
Charlie LaVerdi of Plaza Driving
School would like to remind all parents
and new drivers that as of February 22,
2010, there were changes made to New
York’s Driver Licensing Laws.
1. Reduction from two to one nonfamily passengers under 21 riding in a
motor vehicle operated by a junior license
holder: www.nysdmv.com/youngerdriver
2. Elimination of the limited use junior
license. A junior permit must now be held
for 6 months before taking the road test.
3. The number of required hours of
supervised driving has been increased
from 20 to 50 with 15 hours after sunset.
Plaza
Driving
School,
www.
plazadrivingschool.com, is a proud
member of the WVCC and offers special
discounts to chamber members. Call
(845) 988-2277 or (845) 783-4822.
In the spirit of giving
Sherry Bukovcan is a Senior Sales
Director with Mary Kay Cosmetics and
an active member of the Warwick Valley
Chamber of Commerce. Sherry began
the “Adopt a Grandparent” program
through which she and her Mary Kay
unit members collected over $1,300.00 in
contributions from charitable individuals
who wished to offer a gift to residents
of the three nursing homes for this past
Christmas holiday. Each gift was given
specifically to those residents who did not
receive any visitors or gifts.
Consider joining us—the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce, friends and family—as we
bid farewell to Manhattan and travel north on a summer voyage to scenic Nova Scotia.
Whale-watching, luxurious amenities, and fireworks
Our voyage begins on the first of July as we depart from New York aboard the
Queen Mary 2 and travel to Nova Scotia, Canada where you will be offered memorable
activities such as whale-watching and hiking in the port city of Halifax. The journey
continues on to Boston “the Cradle of Modern America” with an opportunity to tour
this historic city, followed by the explosive 2010 fireworks display visible from our ship
which will be docked in Boston Harbor July 4th.
“This fund raiser vacation event is a great opportunity to experience a cruise aboard
one of the most luxurious cruise ships ever built. At the same time you will be supporting
local businesses via the Warwick Valley Chamber,” said Marci Oakley, president of
Castle Cruises & Travel. “The QM2 is a true heir to the timeless elegance, legacy and
inspiration of the great Cunard ocean liners of legend.”
Enjoy five nights of sailing and in addition to discount cabin rates. Convenient “HereTo-Pier” round-trip transfers from Warwick and surrounding areas are available for
a reasonable $62 per person. To contact Castle Cruises & Travel by email, write
[email protected] or call her (845) 651-2250 to reserve space on the cruise and
a donation will be made to The Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce. Visit www.
WarwickChamberCruise.com for details.
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