February 2016 - Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce

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February 2016 - Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce
FEBRUARY 2016
to
Business
Mission Statement: To enhance the success of our members and the business growth of our community.
“A New Day in Gahanna”
With
Mayor Tom Kneeland
nMembers Making
News
March 10 Breakfast Meeting
7:30 – 9:30 AM
n Torch Awards
nChamber to Produce
New Street Map
nRibbon Cutting
Ceremony: Nothing
Bundt Cakes
nMonthly Newsletter
Advertising Rates
n2016 Annual
Business Meeting &
Recognitions
81 Mill St. Suite 300
Gahanna, Ohio 43230
614.471.0451 phone
614.471.5122 fax
[email protected]
www.GahannaAreaChamber.com
Creekside Conference & Event Center * 101 Mill St. Suite 300
O
ver the next several months Mayor Kneeland will work very closely with
administration and members of Council to implement the following priorities
for 2016:
• Providing the best possible customer service our citizens expect.
• Together with my team create and implement an aggressive road
and infrastructure plan, as well as a sustainable parks and recreation
program.
•Implementing and maintaining a comprehensive economic
development strategy that will cause business growth and create
jobs improving the city’s available revenue to support community
services.
• Realigning city departments and reallocating resources to better serve the needs of the
community.
• Develop standard, proven processes for departments to effectively measure quantifiable
results.
• Actively recruit and encourage local talent to apply for key city positions.
• Together with City Council review tax abated areas (CRA’s) and tax increment financing
districts (TIF’s) to evaluate whether they have met their commitment to job growth and
tax revenue generation and adjust each agreement if commitments aren’t met.
• Work in partnership with Council to earmark and commit a percentage of the general
fund for dedicated uses for roads and infrastructure.
• Identify new, non-tax revenue and implement tighter cost controls, cost containment
and cost avoidance measures by encouraging collaboration with other municipalities.
• Establish neighborhood commissions to build better communication channels between
the City and its residents that will provide opportunities for engagement, guide planning
and reinvestment strategies for all four wards of the city.
Don’t miss “A New Day in Gahanna” on March 10 at the Creekside Conference & Event
Center from 7:30 – 9:30 am. You will hear; highlights from the City, meet community leaders
from: CIC, GCVB, City Council, School Board, City Planning/Development, Ministerial and
new Chamber members will be recognized.
Register for this informative meeting at: GahannaAreaChamber.com/Events
2016 Officers
Board of Directors
Staff
Members Making News
A
re you a Costco Wholesale Member
yet! Well, if the answer is No, now is the
time to join. February 12, 13, 14, 2016 Costco
will be offering cash cards to go with all new
memberships. We have two memberships
to choose from, and the cash card will be based on the membership you choose.
Come on in February 12, 13, 14, and 2016 and receive your Cash Card. Just one
more reason to join Costco Wholesale. Visit our EASTON location for this promotion!
Chairwoman: Betty Collins
Brady Ware & Company
Vice Chairman
of Operations: Ron Smith
SOH Productions
Vice Chairman
of Business
Development: Roy Holcombe
RevLocal
Vice Chairwoman
of Membership
Engagement: Betty Clark
CPMedia & Marketing
Treasurer/
Secretary: Scott Robinson
WesBanco
Director: Alison Forche
Kristal & Forche Orthodontic
Director: Mary S. Held
Mary Held & Associates
Director: Laurie Jadwin
Gahanna Convention
& Visitors Bureau
Director: John Persons
Signarama of Gahanna
Director:
Emanuel Torres
Gahanna Planning
& Development
Director:
Kandace Watkins
Bercley Woods
Associate
Director:
Kim Coleman
Benchmark Bank
Associate
Director:
Bill Montgomery
104.9 the River
President: Leslee Blake
H
IRING INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITES IS A
SOUND BUSINESS DECISION.
On March 19, 2012 Governor John Kasich signed an
executive order making Ohio an Employment First
state. Ohio joined the nationwide movement of moving
individuals with developmental disabilities from segregated to integrated employment.
The employment initiative supports individuals with development disabilities to obtain
work opportunities in their community, earning a competitive wage and working alongside
non-disabled peers.
ARC Industries supports this initiative by providing employment support services and
helps link individuals with community employers. Currently we have 500 individuals
in integrated employment and the number continues to rise. Together with numerous
community partners we can add gainful employment and add value to companies that
employ them. Call 800-734-7007 or go to are web site at www.arcind.com
O
fficials from the YMCA of Central Ohio and
community leaders held a ribbon cutting
event January 9th to celebrate a new partnership
with Gahanna-Jefferson Public Schools (GJPS)
and Franklin University at The Y at Clark Hall.
The facility, a boutique-style studio located at 380 Granville St., Suite B in Gahanna,
offers GJPS residents, employees and current YMCA of Central Ohio members:
Office
Administrator: Becky Whittington
Newsletter Printing & Design:
Citicom Print & Graphics
2225 Citygate Drive • Columbus, OH 43219 • 614.472.2679
[email protected] • www.citicomprint.com
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• a boutique-style studio experience focused on small-group fitness
• educational-based wellness programming for youth, teens and adults
• youth and teen S.T.E.M. and technology
“We’re thrilled to expand the YMCA deeper into the Gahanna community,” Paul
Westenheffer, executive director of the Gahanna/John E. Bickley, said. “At the
Y, our cause is strengthening community and we’re proud of this partnership
and our opportunity to reach more individuals throughout the city. Our new
programming is cutting edge.” The Gahanna/John E. Bickley YMCA will continue
its operations at 555 YMCA Place.
Franklin University, one of the leading educators of working adults, will also
offer classes at the Y at Clark Hall. This announcement reunites Franklin
University with the YMCA, the organization that helped launch the University
in 1902. Sponsored by the YMCA as the School of Commerce, Franklin began
with a mission to make education, success, and a piece of the “American
Dream” possible for everyone.
About the YMCA of Central Ohio
The Y is one of Central Ohio’s leading nonprofits, strengthening communities
through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. We are
a diverse association of men, women and children of all ages and from all
walks of life, joined together by a shared commitment to nurture the potential
of children and teens, improve our community’s health and well-being, and
provide opportunities to give back and support our neighbors. As part of
the fabric of Central Ohio for nearly 160 years, the Y has the long-standing
relationships and physical presence not just to promise, but to deliver, lasting
personal and social change. For more information about the YMCA of Central
Ohio, visit ymcacolumbus.org.
Deadline for Advertising in Mar Issue: Feb 19
Membership Renewals
CompanyYear
Affordable Tax Solutions, Inc
2002
Aflac/Richard Conover
2006
ARC Industries, Inc.
1994
Beecher Crossing Dental Group
2012
Columbus Airport Marriott
1994
CP Road, LLC
2014
Creekside Chiropractic Center
2008
CRT Realtors
2009
Custom Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Emerald 2008
Eastland-Fairfield Career & Tech. School
1994
Exponentia US, Inc.
2007
Expressions Floral Design Studio
2004
Eye Columbus|Gahanna Vision Center
2011
Family Physicians of Gahanna
Emerald 1995
Gahanna Animal Hospital
1994
Gahanna Auto Sales, Inc.
1994
Gahanna Eyecare Associates - Paul Dennis
1981
Gahanna Historical Society
2000
Gahanna Planning & Development Dept.
1989
Gonzales, Anne, State Representative
2011
Green Biologics, Inc.
2007
Hanawalt Exteriors
Emerald 1994
Heartland Bank
Diamond 1994
Hess Chiropractic
1995
Home Care Assistance
2012
Hutta, James T., DDS
1993
Into Great Brands
2013
JCS Property Management LLC
2013
Jefferson Country Club
2002
Kennedy Cottrell Richards LLC
2013
K-Prime Merchandise
1993
Kroger Marketplace
1998
Kroger Stoneridge
1998
Larry R. Zapp & Associates Inc.
1996
Luftman, Heck & Associates, LLP
2013
Marketing Motivators, Inc.
2014
Metcalf Design & Printing Center
1989
Mifflin Township
1995
Minuteman Press
2015
Mount Carmel Health System
Emerald 1990
MT Business Technologies
2012
Name Dropper Promotions
2003
North Central Counseling
1996
Ohio Dominican University
2015
Ohio PIA Service Corporation
2014
Old Bag of Nails Pub
2003
Palmer-Miller-Nelson Ins. Partners
1991
Pathways Financial Credit Union
2001
Peace Lutheran Church
1997
Red Brick Mortgage
2011
Regal Beverage Concepts, Inc.
1996
Renier Construction
1998
Ribbon Technology Corporation
1993
Robert B. Lowe, DDS
1993
Rosen2015
Schneider Insurance Agency
1981
Schoedinger Funeral & Cremation Service
1995
Terracon Consultants, Inc.
1996
Time Warner Cable
1993
WesBanco
Diamond 1993
WinnScapes, Inc.
1994
Current Membership: 391
n
Welcome New Members
Fast Fit Now Body Sculpting
Michelle Blizzard
960 N. Hamilton Rd., Ste. 104, Gahanna 43230
(614) 347-1813, [email protected]
Business: Health & Wellness – weight loss center, a natural
way to lose inches.
Gahanna Christian Academy
Gary Johnston
817 N. Hamilton Rd., Gahanna 43230
(614) 471-9702, [email protected]
Business: Education – private non-profit school, age 3
through grade 12
Irwin Academy of Irish Dance
Katie Henry
620 Taylor Station Rd., Suite Q, Gahanna 43230
(614) 325-5270, [email protected]
Business: Education – Teaching Irish Dance to adults and
children, Fitness
McDonald’s Restaurant of Gahanna
Nancy Fagan
298 S. Hamilton Rd, Gahanna 43230
(614) 475-2112, [email protected]
Business: Restaurant
One Church
Shannon Chapman
817 N. Hamilton Rd., Gahanna 43230
(614) 289-8020, [email protected]
Referred by: Roy Holcombe, RevLocal
Business: Church
RE/MAX Town Center
Beth Wolfe
4215 Worth Ave., Ste. 230, Columbus 43219
(614) 428-7444, [email protected]
Business: Real Estate
The Glass Guru
David Garrison
1010 Taylor Station Rd., Ste. B, Gahanna 43230
(614) 856-4550, [email protected]
Business: Home Improvement – glass repair and
replacement, doors, windows…
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STAND OUT
from the crowd!
Looking for a way to promote your buiness, support your
chamber and your community?
BE A PART OF THE
GAHANNA COMMUNITY MAP
Showcase Your Business
BBB® Center for Character Ethics Announces Torch
Awards Mini-Clinic at Your Local Area Chamber of
Commerce
Columbus, OH – Better Business Bureau (BBB) and its Center
for Character Ethics is announcing a partnership with your
local Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce. This partnership
brings a Torch Awards for Ethics clinic to your neighborhood.
The Torch Awards mini-clinic will be held in your community
on Tuesday, March 15, 2016. Join us at 104.9 The River to
learn what it takes to become a Torch Awards recipient. You
will hear stories from past recipients, be able to ask questions,
and much more.
Open to all Gahanna Chamber area businesses and
surrounding community. The mini-clinic will last one hour,
over lunch, from 11:30am to 12:30pm. Lunch will be provided
so be sure to register as soon as possible. Mini-clinic
participants will learn about the Center for Character ethics
and the history of the Torch Awards for Ethics, what it takes to
apply and become a recipient, hear from past recipients and
be able to ask questions; plus more.
For more information please visit www.bbbtorchaward.com
and email [email protected] to register for
the March 15 mini-clinic at The River (881 E. Johnstown Rd.,
Columbus, OH
PRICING (includes FREE ad design)
• Full Panel: $1,595
• Premium : $895
• Standard: $495
DISTRIBUTION
• PRINT: 5,000 publications
distributed throughout the
community
•
LOCATE Maps: An online
version of the traditional map
Want to learn more?
Contact your NovoPrint
representative:
STAND OUT
Christy McMillan
the crowd!
Projectfrom
Sales Manager
(740) 255-6880
Looking for a way to promote your buiness,
support your chamber and your community?
[email protected]
BE A PART OF THE
GAHANNA COMMUNITY MAP
Want to learn more?
ContactyourNovoPrintrepresent
Christy McMillan
Project Sales Manager
(740) 255-6880
[email protected]
Showcase Your Business
PRICING (includes FREE ad design)
• FullPanel:$1,595
• Premium:$895
81MillStreet,Suite300
Gahanna,OH43230
• Standard:$495
(614)471-0451•(614)471-5122fa
81 Mill Street, Suite 300 Gahanna, OH 43230
www.gahannaareachamber.com
(614) 471-0451
• (614) 471-5122 fax
DISTRIBUTION
www.gahannaareachamber.com
• PRINT:5,000publicationsdistributed
(800) 996-MAPS
throughoutthecommunity
www.novoprint.com
(800) 996-MAPS
• LOCATEMaps:Anonlineversionofthe
traditionalmap
www.novoprint.com
740 N. Plankinton Avenue, Suite 500 | Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53203 | (800) 996-MAPS (6277)
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STAND OUT
Want to learn more?
Deadline for Advertising in Mar Issue: Feb 19
Ribbon Cutting
Ceremony
Business Development
Opportunities
February
2 – Planning Team Committee Meeting
8:00 – 9:00 AM * Chamber Office
Committee Chair, John Persons, Signarama of Gahanna
2 – Ribbon Cutting & Grand Re-Opening
Smashburger, 109 N. Hamilton Rd. 43230, 11:45AM Ribbon
Cutting * VIP Preview 12-2PM
4 – Ambassador Club Meeting
8:30 – 9:30 AM * Chamber Office
Committee Chair, Emanuel Torres, City Planning & Development
9 – Marketing Committee
9:00 – 10:00 AM * Chamber Office
Committee Chair, Roy Holcombe, RevLocal
15 – President’s Day * Office Closed
17 – Workshop Wednesday * 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
5073 N. Hamilton Rd.
Columbus OH 43230
(614) 473-9900
nothingbundtcakes.com
Choose from four delicious Bundt sizes, nine
flavors and hand crafted decorations.
MONTHLY
NEWSLETTER
ADVERTISING
Inserts: $100 - Member provides 500 pre-printed
8.5”x11” copies on 20# paper. (Inserts printed on heavier
paper will be assessed a fee to cover the cost of extra
postage.)
Business Card Ad - 3.5”x2”
B/W: (1mo. $30) - (3mo. $80) - (6mo. $140) - (1 yr. $280)
Color: (1mo. $40) - (3mo. $100) - (6mo. $175) - (1yr $310)
Quarter Page Ad - 4”x5”
B/W: (1mo. $50) - (3mo. $130) - (6mo. $250) - (1yr. $400)
Color: (1mo. $60) - (3mo. $160) - (6mo. $280) - (1yr. $430
Location: Everest Institute, 825 TechCenter Place
Topic: Top 5 Business Challenges of Document Mgm’t * Plus
Cyber Security
Sponsored by: Everest Institute - Lunch provided * $10
members * $15 guests
Walk-ins accepted * GahannaAreaChamber.com for details
18 – GATE Mastermind Group Meeting
3:30-5PM * Chamber Office
25 – Meet & Greet Networking * 7:30 – 9:00 AM
Location: KEMBA Financial Credit Union,
555 OffiCenter Place
Mini-program: Get Your Finances in Order
Sponsored by: KEMBA Financial Credit
Union – Continental breakfast provided
No charge to attend * GahannaAreaChamber.
com/events to register
26 – Business After Hours & 20th Anniversary
4:00 PM – closing * 5 PM Ribbon Cutting
Location: The Alumni Club, 395 Stoneridge Lane,
Gahanna
Drink specials, giveaways and live DJ – Great way to
network!
No charge to attend * GahannaAreaChamber.com/
events for more details
Remember: “It’s always good business to do business with a
chamber member!”
Business Promotion Packages:
Meeting Sponsor(s) $100: Exhibitor Table, Advertising,
Admittance for Two, Speaking Time, Meal
Exhibitor(s) $40: Includes Table, Admittance for One, Meal
Details and Registration:
GahannaAreaChamber.com/Events
Board Meetings:
2nd Tuesday of each month 7:30 AM
Chamber Office, 81 Creekside Plaza,
Suite 300 - C/Suites Building
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2016 Annual Business Meeting & Recognitions
O
n Thursday, January 21st, over a hundred members attended
the Chamber Annual Business Meeting & Recognition
Luncheon sponsored by Creekside Conference & Event Center,
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Arc Industries, New Life Church
and One Church. Mayor Tom Kneeland administered the oath of
office to eleven Directors officially installing them to the Board
as the governing body for the organization.
Betty Collins, Chairwoman, presented “State of the Chamber”
and opened the meeting by unveiling the organizations new
logo and tag line, “Leading the way.” She went on to share
key accomplishments for 2015 including; 66 new members,
retention rate of 84%, 24 ribbon cutting/grand openings (11
above 2014) 28 educational meeting & event opportunities for
increasing bottom line growth. 2016 priorities include three key
areas of development:
and suppliers, as we would like to be treated.” Special thanks to
the following individuals and companies for their contributions
helping to make this event possible:
Exhibitors: Pearle Vision, Brickhouse Cardio Club, Gahanna
Jefferson Public Schools
Dessert provided by: Nothing Bundt Cakes
Greeter: Chamie Townsend, Edward Jones Investment
A/V Support: Ron Smith, SOH Productions & GahannaTV.com
Photographer: Paul Molitor, The Portrait House
1. Board and Leadership
• Strategic thinking and execution
• Succession planning - more new leadership
• Investing in marketing the chamber and its members.
2. Core Goals to help businesses
• Make more money
• Spend less money
• Make important connections
• Learn how to better run their company
• Have a voice with local government
• Create the next generation of business owners
3. Program Initiatives
• Creating value for the members
T
he “2015 Large & Small Business Awards” were presented
to 104.9 The River and Mid-Ohio Strategic Technologies
respectively. They were chosen for their active involvement
and support of the Chamber, excellent reputation for business
practices, community involvement and civic contributions.
“Business Person of the Year” award went to Ron Smith,
SOH Productions for his active interest in the betterment of
the business community, active interest in community affairs,
recognized as a community leader, successful in his chosen
profession and a member in good standing.
Other highlights included keynote speaker Cathy Lyttle, vice
president of corporate communications & investor relations at
Worthington Industries. Cathy shared personal stories growing
up in Ironton and later in life her passion for being involved in
the community. She joined Worthington Industries in January
of 1999. The history of the company dates back to 1955 when
John H. McConnell established the business by borrowing $600
to cover their first load of steel. Today they are a leading metals
manufacturing company with 2015 fiscal sales of approximately
$3.4 billion. Worthington Industries philosophy is based on the
Golden Rule. “We treat our customers, employees, investors
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2016 Board of Directors, Staff and Mayor: Front: Mayor Tom Kneeland;
Leslee Blake, President; and Betty Clark, Vice-Chair Membership
Engagement, CPMedia & Marketing. Middle: Ron Smith, Vice-Chair
Operations, SOH Productions; Betty Collins, Chairwoman, Brady Ware &
Co.; Kim Coleman, Associate Director, Benchmark Bank; Kandace Watkins,
Director, Bercley Woods; Mary Held, Director, Mary Held & Assoc.; and
Becky Whittington, Office Administrator. Back: Roy Holcombe, Vice-Chair
Business Development, RevLocal; Bill Montgomery, Associate Director,
104.9 the River; Emanuel Torres, Director, Gahanna Planning & Development;
Scott Robinson, Treasurer/Secretary, WesBanco; and John Persons,
Director, Signarama of Gahanna. (Not pictured: Alison Forche, Director,
Kristal & Forche Orthodontics; and Laurie Jadwin, Director, Gahanna
Convention & Visitors Bureau
Deadline for Advertising in Mar Issue: Feb 19
The State of the Chamber, presented by
Chairwoman Betty Collins.
Installation of the 2016 Board of Directors
by Mayor Tom Kneeland.
Keynote Speaker:
Cathy Lyttle, Worthington
Industries
2015 Large Business Award:
104.9 the River Leslee Blake,
President; Bill Montgomery and Dan
Baughman, 104.9 the River; and Betty
Collins, Chairwoman.
2015 Business Person of the
Year Award: Ron Smith,
SOH Productions Leslee
Blake, President; Ron Smith,
SOH Productions; and Betty
Collins, Chairwoman.
The Pledge of Allegiance
was led by Jack Steinhausser
and Mac Glasgow, American
Legion and VFW of Gahanna.
2015 Small Business Award: Mid
Ohio Strategic Technologies Leslee
Blake, President; JD Hoskinson, Paula
Megert and Jim Shambre, Mid Ohio
Strategic Technologies; and Betty Collins,
Chairwoman.
800.427.1704
www.friendsoffice.com
“I invite you to have coffee with me so we can present a true supply
savings program that you receive as a Chamber member.”
“I’ll bring the coffee!”
Luci Titus
800.427.1704 ext. 1035
614.425.4831(cell)
[email protected]
Office Furniture | Office Supplies | Print & Promotional | Facility & Breakroom
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Sustaining Members
Corporate Member
Toyota Direct
Diamond Members
Benchmark Bank
Buckeye Interactive
C|Suites Offices
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
Creekside Conference & Event Center
Heartland Bank
KEMBA Financial Credit Union
Lew Griffin Insurance Group
Limited Brands
Mid Ohio Strategic Technologies
SOH Productions
Strathmore Development Co.
WesBanco
81 Mill St., Ste. 300 | Gahanna, OH 43230
www.GahannaAreaChamber.com
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Emerald Members
104.9 The River
CPMedia & Marketing
Custom Air Conditioning & Heating
Discover Financial Services
Education First Credit Union
Family Physicians of Gahanna
First Data Corporation
FriendsOffice
Gahanna Rehabilitation & Health Center
Hanawalt Exteriors
Jess Howard Electric Company
Longhorn Steakhouse
Mount Carmel Health System
New Albany Gardens & Care Center
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
OhioHealth Neighborhood Care
Orthopedic One
Otterbein Skilled Nursing & Rehab Neighborhood
Sam’s Club
ThisWeek Community News
Even with all the Health Care Reform Changes you
can still get a discount through your local chamber
As a chamber member with 2-50 employees, you can get a
discount on any health plan from Anthem Blue Cross and
Blue Shield — including industry-leading HSAs, HRAs and HIAs.*
Despite the ongoing changes and confusion surrounding health
care reform, your local chamber continues to offer employer
insurance options for the 23rd straight year with a 1.4%
discount exclusively for chamber members!
Please go to the Chamber website http://www.cocchealth.com/
for more information or call 1-888-506-1574.
*Discount only applies to Chamber members who do not already have Anthem insurance.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield is the trade name of Community Insurance Company. An independent licensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Association. ® Anthem is a registered trademark. The Blue Cross and Blue Shield names and symbols are the registered marks of the Blue Cross and
Blue Shield Association.
COCCHCRAD 12/13

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