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Welcome NEW Members

Hearts for Health
Tammie Martinez
Join Date: 01/17/2020

Rachel Griffith, Lyon Real Estate
Rachel Griffith
Website
Join Date: 02/17/2020

Team Clancy Real Estate
Nicole Clancy
Website
Join Date: 02/25/2020

Everyday Ecology
Dan Gannon
Website
Join Date: 03/03/2020

ALL STAR TOURNAMENTS
Stephanie Oliver
Website
Join Date: 03/05/2020

I Love Pie Bakeshop
Diana Shockley
Website
Join Date: 03/10/2020

Lyons Orthodontics
Missy Ballentine
Website
Join Date: 03/12/2020
 

Thank you for your Continued Membership

Safeway #1846
Website

FUSE3
Scott Butera
Website

Rotary Club of Fair Oaks
Dennis Dunbar
Website

Trader Joe's
Jennifer Gardner
Website

Amazing Lash Studio
Sha Gaston
Website

Fair Oaks Water District
Tom Gray
Website

Notaries on Wheels
Staci Hawes
Website

Hirsch CPA Tax Pros
Melanie Hirsch
Website

The UPS Store #1614
Eric Hokom
Website

Hylton Security Inc
David Hylton
Website

Matthew Mason

Marleen Masuoka, DMD
Website

Robin Miotke

Lil' Bear Painting
Joseph Pagano

Direct Auto Outlet
Ari Parvin
Website

Fair Oaks Theatre Festival
Barbara Sestito
Website

Safeway #1895
Teaira Silveria
Website

Rims Deli
David Trowbridge
Website

Coldwell Banker
James Villa

Ti Amore Children's Center
Krisann Vistica
Website

Player's Sports Pub & Grill
Jeff Welch
Website

Old Towne Animal Hospital
Brent Wooden
Website

 

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March Membership Special

Good until March 31st

UPGRADE to an ALL ACCESS Member

*Save $40 is only on NEW memberships to the FOCC during the month of March. See details about upgrading your membership

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Taste Tickets available

Friday June 5, 2020



Don't miss out of the 27th annual Taste of Fair Oaks event on Friday June 5, 2020.

We are planning for another sold out year so get your tickets today!!

Big opportunities for your Business

Get involved in your chamber and community!

Sponsor an event  or donate a silent auction or both to 
Fair Oaks Fiesta May 3rd  the 71st annual  (over 12,000 in attendance) Limited Sponsorships
Taste of Fair Oaks June 5th - 27th annual  (over 700 in attendance) Limited Sponsorships
Concerts in the Park - June 11th - Aug 27th  (over 1,000 in attendance every week) Limited Sponsorships

Host an after hours mixer at your location  (Only 2 dates left)
Become  a luncheon sponsor  (limited space)
Become an Ambassador
Serve on a committee (All our events are 100% driven by volunteers)

Interested in any of the above? Look below for more details about the upcoming events. Contact Kim as soon as possible 916-967-2903 with any questions you may have

 
 

Only a few Sponsorships left - Fair Oaks Fiesta

CANCELLED! The March Chamber Luncheon



March 19th luncheon 
CANCELLED! 

We are taking precautionary measures with the current COVID-19 coronavirus scare.

For the safety of our members, directors, staff and volunteers. We have made the decision to cancel this months' monthly luncheon.

We plan to have our next luncheon scheduled for April 16th at the Fair Oaks Community Clubhouse.

 

Last Chance to Sponsor - Concerts in the Park

June 11 - Aug 27, 2020


Sponsorship Information

Only a few Sponsorships left - Taste of Fair Oaks

Limited Space available - Business TableTop Luncheon

May 21st - Fair Oaks Community Clubhouse



Save your Table Today - Limited space left

Tabletop and Lunch included - Promote your Business at one of our most popular luncheons click here to download the form

Big Day of Service

May 16, 2020


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FOYO

Fair Oaks Youth Outreach

 

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Press Release

Rachel Griffith is Lyon Real Estate Fair Oaks' Newest Agent!
02/24/2020
Your Fair Oaks Chamber President, and the proud owner of Polkadot Dinners has added \"Realtor\" to her list of titles!

Breaking News....... COVID -19

With the State of California as well as the County of Sacramento declaring a public health emergency regarding COVID 19,
your Chamber would like to offer helpful tips and
´╗┐best practices for your business.
Preparation, not panic
Here are a few things you can do for your business:
  • Be extra flexible and strongly encourage employees to stay home if they have ANY symptoms of illness. In addition to coronavirus, it is also high flu season.
 
  • Hand washing is best, but have alcohol-based hand sanitizer available for employees in common areas.
 
  • Use factual information to inform your business decisions. There are many resources to obtain information (see below).
 
  • Have a continuity of business plan in place in the event that a large number of employees need time off
 
  • Though highly unlikely, be prepared for possible business closure, in the case of an outbreak
For more resources for your business, click below for the U.S. Chamber's business resources, including this  GUIDANCE FOR EMPLOYERS document with tips on guiding your business through this time.
C ombating the Coronavirus

With the U.S. now reporting a limited number of COVID-19 cases, it's important that businesses of all sizes and sectors continue to monitor the situation and are as prepared as possible to protect the health of their workers. The U.S. Chamber is...

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US CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The U.S. Chamber is working closely with the White House, U.S. government agencies, and foreign government officials to inform and equip businesses with the most important and up-to-date information to ensure we are all adequately prepared to protect Americans at home and abroad.
All employers should be ready to implement strategies to protect their workforce from the coronavirus while ensuring continuity of operations. Download these guides created by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, which are based on information provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to learn more about how employers and employees can prepare for and address the impacts of the coronavirus.
Statement from the County of Sacramento, provided by the Sacramento Bee:

Sacramento County declared both a public health emergency and a local emergency Thursday, assuring that its public health team will receive the funding and appropriate resources to respond to the new coronavirus.

“Our intent in proclaiming a state of emergency in response to the spread of COVID-19 is to ensure uninterrupted access to the resources necessary to keep people as safe as possible and lessen disease transmission,” said Supervisor Phil Serna, chairman of the Board of Supervisors. “The proclamation should not be considered a reason for elevated concern; in fact, it is quite the opposite as it helps us in our mission to contain the virus.”

Read more here: Sacramento County Responds
Resources
Do not spread false information.
´╗┐Make your business decisions based on fact!

Here are various links to information regarding coronavirus. Continue to make smart business decisions based on factual information that protect your business and employees. Click on the logos below for updated coronavirus information.
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Economic Impact - Comments from the US Chamber (3/3/2020)

What's the impact? The spread of the coronavirus could have significant implications for businesses here at home and around the globe.

Industrial sectors will be impacted in waves, for example certain transportation sectors like aviation and certain trade-dependent industries are already being impacted.
 
Today, it’s too early to determine the long-term impact on supply chains, manufacturing, and the American economy. Given the importance of consumer spending to the American economy, much will depend on the confidence of the American public.

What's the risk to the public? Low. The  CDC’s current assessment  says that “for the general American public, who are unlikely to be exposed to this virus at this time, the immediate health risk from COVID-19 is considered low.”

Number to know: 2%: The spread of the coronavirus is a drag on global growth, which includes the United States. Growth in the United States will likely drop in the first quarter by 0.1% to 0.3%. Under this scenario, growth could fall under 2% in the first quarter.

Our take: In the U.S., there is no need for a drastic change in behavior, but it’s important that individuals stay informed and prepared. Americans should follow the  advice from the CDC , relevant state and local authorities, and health care professionals.

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