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www.iowacityarea.com August 2010 Vol. V, Issue 8 Calling all Chamber fans FROM THE PRESIDENT In This Edition ... Better Business Bureau holds Join in a long-standing Chamber tradition ... page 2 consumers and businesses Online Marketing Series kicks off accountable this fall ... page 3 By NANCy QUellhoRST, Walden Place offers quality PReSIDeNT & Ceo email@example.com independent retirement living ... page 5 Most Iowa companies honor their Refer a Chamber member and we’ll sing your praises! commitments and exhibit high standards One-of-a-kind banking and tailgating of business practices. at Freedom Security Bank ... page 5 Are you a Chamber cheerleader? Those who display unethical conduct are held accountable by the Better Business Bureau. Submit your news releases or By NICole hARRINGToN story ideas for consideration to DIReCToR oF MeMBeR The Better Business firstname.lastname@example.org. SeRvICeS Bureau’s Standards for Quellhorst, email@example.com Trust public report President & Ceo grades 15,000 Iowa businesses each year with an algorithm Save These Dates What do you value about your Chamber based on 16 factors. membership? The benefits include August 5 - How Health Care In addition to business reliability reports, networking at Chamber events, Changes Affect You and Your the Better Business Bureau offers valuable professional development through services: Employees-Part 2, Hills Bank and Chamber programming, exposure through • Dispute resolution Trust Company, Coralville, Chamber marketing opportunities and • Truth-in-advertising reviews 7:30 a.m. access to elected officials. • Business self-regulation Chances are you know of other businesses August 10 - Agribusiness/ • Consumer & business education that could benefit from these services too. Bioscience Tour, Various locations, • Charity reviews Why not refer them to the Chamber? 12:30 p.m. Create a list of customers, businesses you Business owners can benefit from frequent, vendors, friends and neighbors. accreditation by the Better Business August 13 - New Teacher Tell them how the Chamber enables you Thank you to Bill Montgomery Bureau, which affirms their company’s Luncheon, The Holiday Inn & to establish new relationships, market to of Copyworks for referring commitment to important standards: Conference Center, Coralville, target audiences, access best practice and Jonathan Sabin of Vortex • Upholding the principles and 11:45 a.m. have a voice on emerging issues. Business Solutions. purposes of the BBB While each member has a unique • Truth in advertising August 19 - Congressional Contact Nicole Harrington objective for joining the Chamber, there is • Promoting self-regulation within today at nicole@iowacityarea. Roundtable with Congressman a common theme shared by all. To belong their industry com or (319) 337-9637 to learn Loebsack, Chamber office, 4 p.m. to an organization that actively fosters a • Abiding by local, state and federal more about the Chamber’s better business environment. laws August 20 - Chamber Golf Classic, Member Referral Program. • Resolving customer complaints Pleasant Valley Golf Course, Iowa For more information on the Better City, 11:45 a.m. “The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce is a smart partner that can Business Bureau, contact Community help businesses and organizations thrive and grow.” Relations Representative Barbara Green August 26 - Business PM: -- Alex Taylor, assistant director, in Cedar Rapids, (319) 365-1190. Freedom Security Bank, Coralville, University of Iowa executive MBA Programs 5 p.m. envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 2 a WORD FROM THE CHaIR MidWestOne Bank reaps beneﬁts Let’s give a warm welcome to ... of Chamber membership new teachers! By ChARlIe F UNK, a better business climate. The Chamber humorous words of wisdom from a veteran ChAIR oF The ChAMBeR “wins” by offering a relevant program. The By AlICIA STReeTeR teacher and a high school student, claim BoARD oF DIReCToRS company wins by providing an employee DIReCToR oF FINANCe door prizes and pick up goody bags filled firstname.lastname@example.org the opportunity to learn and grow. The email@example.com with small gifts from event sponsors. It’s community wins each year by acquiring a always exciting to see them walk out the My “assignment” for this month’s column is group of persons ready to participate at a door with big smiles on their faces, relaxed high level. The Iowa City Area Chamber’s New to discuss why my employer, MidWestone and chatting with their new colleagues. I am also a fan of the Chamber Teacher luncheon is a long standing Bank, is a member of the Chamber of one teacher wrote, “Thank you for the Ambassadors. This group welcomes new tradition. According to a 1965 news clip Commerce as well as to explain some of New Teacher luncheon. I have been businesses to our community, celebrates from the Press-Citizen, the tradition has the benefits that our teaching for 23 years in seven school grand openings and groundbreakings, and been in place for at least 45 years. The company derives from districts in three different states, and this does exactly what one would expect an event has changed over the decades, but the its membership. is the first time I have ever been welcomed ambassador to do – spread good will and intent remains the same: to provide a warm let’s begin with by a community.” celebrate success. Again, our company has welcome from the business community to the Iowa City If you’d like to join premier sponsor always had at least one person actively newly-hired K-12 educators. Area Chamber of MidWestone Bank in welcoming new involved in this program. over time, each year, 60 to 90 new teachers, many Commerce mission teachers to Johnson County, plan to attend ambassadors meet many persons in the of them about to embark on their maiden statement which is Charlie Funk the New Teacher luncheon at 11:45 on business community, thereby expanding voyage in the classroom, file quietly into “to actively foster 2010 Board Chair Friday, August 13, at the holiday Inn & their personal network and, presumably, the hotel banquet room. They’re not quite a better business Conference Center in Coralville. RSvP to becoming a better connected employee. sure what’s in store for them, and are still environment.” Any commercial banking firstname.lastname@example.org or (319) 337-9637. I could write many more paragraphs with mulling over their district orientation organization will naturally be supportive of The event is complimentary to newly-hired similar stories, but I think you get the idea! meetings. lunch is served and they organizations that adhere to this mission! K-12 educators, $15 for Chamber members Perhaps a theme to this article, then, may network with each other and members one of the obvious benefits of our and $25 for future members. be that once we give, we are able to receive. of the business community. They hear affiliation with the Chamber is the many opportunities we’ve had over the years to We as Chamber members freely invest our sponsor and support community events. time and resources to help create a better each year, there are many important and business climate for Johnson County. worthwhile events and programs that are And, amazingly, the investment return is facilitated and organized by the Chamber. high as we watch our employees grow, our These events are as diverse as the legislative company grow and our business community breakfasts, the New Teacher luncheon, prosper. Consider how you might find a the annual banquet, and the Community new opportunity to be involved with your leadership Program (ClP). It is a great Chamber. pleasure and privilege for our company to sponsor these events and programs from Interested in gaining time to time. Not only do we benefit from the public recognition of event sponsorship, visibility for your but the participation of many of our brand? employees is a benefit to the Chamber as well as our company. • Take advantage of effec- ClP is a perfect example of the “win- tive, targeted marketing win” types of opportunities created by the opportunities during the Chamber. each autumn, a small group Chamber’s Total Resource begins a nine month program that exposes Campaign September them to all the sorts of things that make our 22-November 5 area “tick.” When graduation arrives each • Offer valuable concepts, June, we have a class of persons who are information and/or advice as very well informed of the inner workings a seminar presenter of the community and ready to assume • Participate in a Chamber a high level of community involvement committee to share your and leadership. how does this help our industry expertise company? MidWestone supports one • Attend a Chamber roundta- ClP applicant per year. An employee ble lunch or Business PM to who completes the program is very likely gain exposure among your to be a better informed employee, a better peers community citizen, and ready to help create envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 3 Presents ONLINE MARKETING SERIES Date: FIve ReASoNS GooGle DoeSN’T lIKe yoUR WeB SITe Second Tuesday of September, October September 14 Jeff McEachron and November Senior Vice President and Director of Internet Operations Time: Henry Russell Bruce 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. Location: ARe yoUR SoCIAl MeDIA eFFoRTS PAyING oFF? Hills Bank and Trust Company, 1009 2nd St., October 12 Maureen Osako Coralville Founding member and Owner Informatics, Inc. Cost: Chamber members - $25 per event or $70 for series AvoIDING The ClUTTeR ThRoUGh Future members - $35 per eFFeCTIve e-MAIl CAMPAIGNS event or $100 for series November 9 Alex Taylor Register by the Friday assistant Director university of Iowa Executive MBa Program before each event to email@example.com or (319) 337-9637. Visit www.iowacityarea.com for additional details. Visit www.iowacityarea.com for additional details. Did you know? 2010-11 Community Leadership Program class announced The Chamber is actively lobbying for passenger railroad service from Iowa City to Chicago via the Paul Arens Pearson Quad Cities. The Iowa Department The Community leadership Program Kenya Badgett Procter & Gamble Mfg Co. of Transportation will submit an (ClP) of the Iowa City Area Chamber Toby Bral MSI Mold Builders application this week for the second of Commerce motivates emerging Josh Busard Johnson County Planning and Zoning round of federal funding. leaders and develops their potential for Jim Conard Freedom Security Bank community leadership by acquainting Patrick Donnelly US Bank The Iowa legislature designated them with the issues, opportunities, Amanda $6.5 million for passenger rail for Froese Rohrbach Associates strengths and challenges within the Iowa Melisa ﬁscal 2012 and took advantage of a henley MidWestone Bank City Area. ClP has graduated more than unique opportunity to leverage this Robyn hepker Benson and hepker Design 450 individuals who hold/have held titles federal funding match. Bridget hoffman University of Iowa Foundation - College of Nursing such as senator, representative, community Pam Jaben Iowa City Area Association of Realtors Business development, increased college president, city administrator, David Kieft University of Iowa - Strategic Initiatives & Real estate property values, job creation and council member, mayor, police chief, Coordinator increased tourism are among the president and Ceo, district attorney, Mary Mathew Wilson University of Iowa Community-Based learning Program beneﬁts Iowa will reap as a result of school board member, commissioner Tom Maxwell leff law Firm the addition of passenger rail to our and county supervisor. The Chamber is Brenda Nations City of Iowa City state and local community. delighted to announce the 2010-11 ClP Ken Nelson Procter & Gamble Mfg Co. / oral-B laboratories class. Kelley Putman Johnson County Soil and Water Add your name to the growing Crystal Raiber lynch, Greenleaf & Michael llP list of Chicago Flyer supporters at Joe Sadewasser Boy Scouts of America, hawkeye Area Council www.ICRailNow.com. Travis Schroeder Simmons Perrine Moyer Bergman leighton Smith hills Bank and Trust Company Carol Sweeting City of Iowa City Jason Weeks McGladrey Rod Wittich ActionCoACh envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 4 CarePro Home Medical congratulates these Chamber members on their milestones! FOuR OakS IOWa CITy TWO RIVERS BaNk aND TRuST IOWa PlaygROuND CITy BRaNCH Four Oaks Iowa City Playground ribbon cutting and open Two Rivers Bank and Trust Iowa City Branch ribbon cutting, house, 1916 Waterfront Drive, Iowa City, July 1. 551 Westbury Drive, Iowa City, July 13. TWO RIVERS BaNk aND TRuST PaTHWayS aDulT Day HEalTH CORalVIllE BRaNCH CENTER Two Rivers Bank and Trust Coralville Branch ribbon cutting, Pathways Adult Day Health Center ribbon cutting, 817 805 22nd Avenue, Coralville, July 14. Pepperwood Lane, Iowa City, July 15. VETERaNS aND FaMIly WEllNESS REVISIT CHIROPRaCTIC Revisit ribbon cutting and grand opening, 185 Highway 965, Veterans and Family Wellness Chiropractic ribbon cutting, Unit 3, North Liberty, July 16. 426 Highway 1 West, Iowa City, July 19. envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 5 HOST OF THE MONTH Fill your days with what matters most at Walden Place SUBMITTeD By scratch in the community’s restaurant- much more. WAlDeN PlACe style dining room, and Walden Place’s Plus, all of these amenities and all Since 1991, Walden Place, a holiday professionally trained chefs provide a utilities (except phone) are included Retirement community, has provided the wide range of options that meet diverse in one convenient and affordable Iowa City area with quality Independent nutritional needs. monthly rent. Retirement living. Walden Place offers Walden Place offers the safety and With Walden Place’s all-inclusive independent seniors a rewarding and security of live-in managers available lifestyle, residents enjoy freedom from Join Walden Place for any of its enriching lifestyle through an affordable around the clock, as well as 24/7 emergency home maintenance and upkeep, the upcoming events: and all-inclusive monthly rent, plentiful call systems in each private apartment. uncertainty of rising utility costs, and the other amenities include complimentary responsibility of cooking, cleaning, and August 14 - 3 p.m. amenities, and a welcoming community to transportation, enriching programs daily, driving. Instead, residents fill their days Learn about the little-known VA Aid & call home. fun activities, an exclusive resident travel with what matters most to them. Attendance pension program, which Residents of Walden Place enjoy three program, weekly housekeeping, and so provides veterans and surviving chef-prepared meals served daily from spouses with a significant monthly income. Thousands are eligible to Walden Place receive these benefits. Independent August 29 -11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Retirement Living Enjoy a flag dedication from American Legion Post #17 Color & Honor • 2423 Walden Road, Guard, delicious BBQ, and musical Iowa City, IA 52246 entertainment by the Munity Band at Independent seniors enjoy our Freedom Festival. Take a tour and • (319) 337-7277 chef-prepared meals, daily receive a Freedom Days scratch card • www.waldenplace.com programs and fun activities at for the chance to instantly win five Walden Place Independent Retirement living. years of free rent. BuSINESS PM Freedom Security Bank to host a “One-of-a-Kind” Tailgate Party SUBMITTeD By supplies and games. Also, a variety of banking tools. FReeDoM SeCURITy BANK tailgating food, drink, music, tents, and Please accept our invitation to join us other tailgating gear will help you get in for this season’s first tailgate party at the Planning is underway at Freedom Security the football spirit…if you aren’t already! Freedom Security Bank Business PM on Bank in Coralville for a “one-of-a-Kind” Freedom Security Bank’s “one-of-a- August 26. look for the tents, ﬂags, and Business PM on Thursday, August 26, from Kind Banking” approach has attracted follow the aroma of great food and lots of 5 to 7 p.m.! With a new season about ready a host of new customers recently. With fun. We’re counting down the days. on to kick off at Kinnick, the time has come most banks offering the same products Iowa, and Go hawks! to practice your tailgating by enjoying some year after year, Freedom Security Bank great food, tailgating games, and socializing is leading the market with innovative with other football fans! product offerings such as the unique new Freedom Security highlights of the “one-of-a-Kind” Freedom CD (don’t invest in another CD Bank Tailgate Party will include drawings for Pat without calling), a new Green Checking Angerer and Tony Moeaki autographed account paying a very high interest rate, Business PM footballs, hawkeye football tickets, black a low-rate car loan program offering a and gold t-shirts, and hawkeye tailgating free GPS (yes we mean free!), and a new • Thursday, August 26 mortgage consulting program for home • 5 - 7 p.m. buyers. • 140 Holiday Road, Freedom Security Bank is located at 140 Coralville holiday Road on the roundabout north • (319) 688-9005 of the interstate in Coralville, especially convenient for customers who travel 1st • Heather.Rowlison@ fs-bank.com Show your Avenue on their way to and from work. hawkeye pride For customers who bank primarily online, • www.fs-bank.com and kick off the season at the FSB’s website, www.fs-bank.com offers • Complimentary for Freedom Security a “one-of-a-Kind” online mortgage Chamber members/ $8 Bank Business Freedom Security Bank is leading the market application, an advanced Bill Pay service, PM on August 26. with innovative product offerings. and many other personal and business for future members envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 6 New Member Proﬁles Connect Consulting and Marketing Access 2 Independence The Project Professional Alex hachtman, President Veterans & Family Wellness Scott Gill, executive Director 843 McCollister Court (V.F.W ) Chiropractic, LLC Tracy K. 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Taken this summer, the prints also offer sports physicals for high school 3.) Information and Referral: Provide will be 3’ x 5’, and will be available for athletes. information about community resources $250 each. To order, please contact We accept cash, check, and most major that can help people accomplish their Barbara Meredith in the Engineering insurance companies’ policies (Medicare/ personal goals. Division at (319) 356-5146 or Medicaid, hAWK-I, Blue Cross/Blue 4.) Peer Support: our staff are individuals barbara-meredith@iowa-cit y.org. Shield, humana, and optumhealthcare). with disabilities who can relate their “Proudly serving veterans, families and experiences to others coping with the The Hawkeye Area Community Action the community.” effects of disability. Program, Inc. (HACAP) is offering a local course in LEAD Safe Renovator Back by popular demand! certification. This certification is required by Iowa and EPA law for any How Health Care Changes Affect You and Your Employees contractor or maintenance person who disturbs 1 sq. ft of paint in a residence This timely, informative session is back after Join us to: Thursday, August 5 or child-occupied facility built before rave reviews of the initial seminar hosted • learn the financial impact on 1978. Information on the course, 7:30 - 9 a.m. in May by the Iowa City Area Chamber employer groups schedules, and a registration form are of Commerce. you won’t want to miss • Understand key employer compliance Hills Bank and Trust Company available online at www.hacap.org. 1009 2nd Street, Coralville your second chance to hear experts Scott requirements Fisher, McCrossen Consulting and Angela • Avoid pitfalls and penalties RSVP by Tuesday, August 3 to rsvp@ Howard R. Green Company (HR Green) villhauer, Mercer share implications of the • Gain strategies to contribute to your iowacityarea.com or call (319) 337- received recognition from Public Works 9637. recent federal health care legislation. organization’s response magazine and the National Society • explore grandfathering - what is it $15 for Chamber members / $25 for of Professional Engineers (NSPE). future members (Breakfast included) and what does it mean to you? The firm was one of the Top 60 AEC envision: The Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce’s monthly newsletter 7 August Options of Linn County encourages you to attend Chamber events! For more information about Chamber events, visit www.iowacityarea.com. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Legislative Council, Coralville Roundtable, Chamber office, 7:30 a.m. How Health Care Changes Potentially Yours ribbon River City Beefstro Bar & Iowa City Roundtable, Affect You and Your cutting, Iowa City, 10 a.m. Grill, Noon Featuring University of Employees - Part 2, hills Iowa Rowing Coach Mandi Bank and Trust Company, Kowal, P. Sue Beckwith, Coralville, 7:30 a.m. M.D. Boathouse, Noon 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Coralville Roundtable, Agribusiness/Bioscience Education Committee, North Liberty Steering New Teacher Luncheon, house of lords, Noon Tour, various locations, Chamber office, 7:30 a.m. Committee, 11:30 a.m. holiday Inn and Conference 12:30 p.m. CLP Program Committee, Center, Coralville, 11:45 a.m. Heritage Christian School Chamber office, 8 a.m. ribbon cutting and open house, Wilson’s Orchard ribbon North liberty, 4:30 p.m. cutting, Iowa City, 4 p.m. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Coralville Roundtable, CLP Advisory Council, North Liberty Roundtable, Congressional Roundtable Chamber Golf Classic, Buffalo Wild Wings, Noon Chamber office, 8 a.m. Brown Bottle, Noon with Congressman Pleasant valley Golf Course, Iowa City Roundtable, Loebsack, Chamber office, Iowa City, 11:45 a.m. Kirkwood Room, Noon 4 p.m. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Coralville Roundtable, Ambassador Committee, CLP Orientation, Board of Directors meeting, Boston’s Gourmet Pizza, Quinton’s Bar and Deli, Iowa Chamber office, 6 p.m. Chamber office, 7:30 a.m. Noon City, Noon Business PM: Freedom Security Bank, Coralville, 5 p.m. 29 30 31 Coralville Roundtable, Featuring Dr. Wally Schaeffer of Schaeffer Chiropractic, holiday Inn and Conference Center, Noon Memberandum continued BOaRD OF DIRECTORS firms in an annual list published by in education and a career that has ECONOMY! Workshop,” open to anyone John Balmer, Plumbers Supply Public Works magazine. HR Green taken her around the globe, she looks interested in learning more about Company; adam Bohr, McClure also received NSPE’s Professional forward to forming and strengthening economic resources. Led by U.S. Census Engineering Co.; Jonathan Carlson, university of Iowa; Stacey Cyphert, Development Award for exceptional Scattergood’s connections with Bureau staff based in Washington, D.C., university of Iowa Health Care; Charlie career development initiatives and surrounding communities while laying this free hands-on session will provide Funk, MidWestOne Bank; Bruce guither, employment practices that advance the groundwork for the school’s future. In a guided tour of just-released, easy- Carlson Hartsock & guither PlC; Mike Hahn, McComas-lacina Construction; the engineering profession. The considering the position at Scattergood, to-use Iowa data. Learn to utilize 2007 Pat Harney, Johnson County Board award is given to a single firm annually Ashley was impressed with the strong Economic Census statistics, reports, and of Supervisors; kelly Hayworth, City of following a competitive review process. community of students and staff, local information, as well as free online Coralville; Ryan Heiar, City of North liberty; Patricia Heiden, Oaknoll The firm was also recently honored along with the school’s commitment resources. The workshop will be held Retirement Residence; Dale Helling, for its progressive people programs, to nurturing independence, fostering Tuesday, August 3rd at the University of City of Iowa City; Mike Hodge, Hodge including an in-house Green University collaboration, and embracing diversity. Iowa Main Library’s Information Arcade Construction Co.; keith Jones, Hills Bank and Trust Company; kate Minette, curriculum, mentoring programs She and her family have recently Classroom, room 1015A. Morning (9 Pearson; kevin Monson, Neumann and career planning processes. relocated to Iowa from Maryland and a.m. – Noon) and afternoon (1 - 4 p.m.) Monson PC architects; Monica Nadeau, will live on the Scattergood campus. sessions are available. To view the agenda Coral Ridge Mall; Nancy Quellhorst, Iowa City area Chamber of Commerce; Christine Ashley began her new position and register, visit www.census.gov/ Joe Raso, Iowa City area Development as the head of Scattergood Friends The UI Libraries (Government econ/census07/www/conferences. group; Faye Swift, Red’s alehouse; Craig School on July 1. With a background Information) is sponsoring “It’s the Willis, Security abstract Corp.