March 16, 2010
Weekly Chamber Broadcast Email ~ The Chamber Means Business

Calendar of Events

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St. Patricks Day Guest Appreciation Celebration

BC Republican Women Meeting

Red Mountain Choir "How Can I Keep From Singing"

Celebrity Dog Walk

NV State Railroad Museum Train Rides

Red Mountain Choir "How Can I Keep From Singing"

American Bass Fishing Contest (Cottonwood)

NV State Railroad Museum Train Rides

Bereavement Support Group

City Council Meeting

Better Business Bureau Annual Luncheon

Grace Christian Academy Easter musical

NV State Railroad Museum Train Rides

American Bass Fishing Contest (Echo Bay)

Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Green Energy Expo

PEO Pasta Dinner Fundraiser

Immigration Reform Seminar

NV State Railroad Museum Train Rides

See Spot Run Thanks You!!

See Spot Run and Reg Hanneman would like to thank all the volunteers who helped at the Agility Dog events these past 6 months.  LV Dice and all the Agility participants love our BC facilities at Veterans Park and appreciated S.S.R.'s help to make these events a success for all.

Don't forget the Celebrity Dog Walk on March 20th!!

Member's News

Boulder City Public Art Scape is ready to rotate the current sculptures in the Historic District.  Please go to the link and vote for your favorite piece of art.

We're sure glad to have Red Mountain Music Company back after their hiatus.  Please stop by the Chamber to pick up your tickets.

Easter is a very special time in Boulder City.  Start your holiday off right by attending Easter Sunrise Service.

Congresswoman Titus has an event coming up that you are invited to.  Please see the flyer on the link below.

The Heart of the Community Gala benefiting the Boulder City Hospital Foundation will shortly be upon us.  Please see the invitation on the link below.

The Hampton Inn is holding a very fun event tomorrow for St. Patrick's Day.  Be sure to check out the flyer on the link below.

Findlay Cadillac hosts a 108 Year Walk Through History featuring the beautiful Cadillacs.  This is a don't-miss event.

Our good neighbors Cirque Du Soleil are again offering locals specials to each of us as Chamber members.  Print out the flyer attached for your discount.

The Boulder City Green Expo is right out the corner.  Check out the flyer and be sure to come by.

The Republican Woman's Organization has two events coming up:

Two candidates for public office will speak to the Boulder City Republican Women at a luncheon meeting Thursday, March 18, 11:30 a.m. at the Railroad Pass Casino Banquet Room. Candidate for Governor Michael Montandan will discuss his solution to the foreclosure disasters and address state budget problems. Montandan is the former mayor of North Las Vegas, and has been a resident of So. Nevada since 1962. Also, Steve Sanson, candidate for the position of Clark County Public Administrator will speak. Sanson has served in the U.S. Marine Corps and is a Desert Storm Veteran. He is president of Veterans in Politics, is author of a book on bad debt account collections, and a former instructor at So. Nevada Community College on Small Claims Court. He is a longtime resident of Las Vegas.

Boulder City resident Stanna Musick will report on "Support the Troops" effort which sends care packages to troops serving in the front lines of Afghanistan and Iraq. BCRW supports this activity.

The luncheon meeting cost of $20 includes tax and tip. Reservations should be made by March 16 by calling the BCRW information hotline, 393-1228, or e-mail to: All interested persons are invited to attend.

Susan Tully, national field director for Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), will speak at a seminar at the Southern Nevada College Boulder City Campus, on Saturday, March 27 at 3:00 p.m. This program is sponsored by the Boulder City Republican Women and is open to the public and is free.

FAIR is a national non-partisan group dedicated to fair immigration reform. Founded in 1979, the organization has earned its reputation as a leader in developing practical and effective immigration reform solutions. Their goal is to educate the public and elected officials about the impact of immigration on Americans and to speak out against those who would exploit the national immigration policy to enhance private interests or political power. FAIR has a talk radio network of more than 200 radio shows nationwide. Their website is

Reservations are not required and the program will last one hour. Refreshments will be served. The Boulder City campus is located at 700 Wyoming Street. For further information, please call the BCRW hotline at (702) 393-1228, or e-mail

Costco of Henderson is hosting a networking event and you are invited!

Dear Business Owner/Manager,

In light of the recent economic down turn that many businesses have experienced, Costco Wholesale would like to do its part in helping our community business owners and/or managers expand their business and company’s interests. We will be hosting a “Speed Networking” event on March 19, 2010 from 8:00 A.M. to 9:30 A.M at our Henderson location (791 Marks Street, Henderson, NV 89014). This will be a great opportunity for you to meet other business owners in the area and to provide them with information on your services, as well as receive feedback on their products and services.

The best part of this event is that it is being held at absolutely no cost to you! Complimentary refreshments will be served at 7:30 A.M. as a sign of our appreciation for your participation. We hope that you take advantage of this special event hosted by your local Costco Wholesale.

If you have any questions or would like to attend this special event please do not hesitate to contact me at the number listed below or email ( If you are not currently a Costco Wholesale member there will be a special offer made available to you!


 Holiday Roque
Marketing Manager
Costco Henderson
702-454-1419 Phone


Chamber Happenings - March 16, 2010

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