What a fun event! Last night’s Chamber Mixer at Lucidi’s Distillery
was a great success with over 50 people attending. I was very pleased to see several new faces who came to “check us out”. I’m sure they left impressed with the fun we had and how welcome our members made them feel. Thank you all for being your usual friendly selves.
We have started selling advertising spots in the new Peoria Chamber Membership Directory and Visitors Guide
. You can update your ad quarterly if you wish to. 20,000 copies will be printed and distributed throughout Peoria in hi-traffic locations each quarter.
Prices are for the full year and include full color: Full Page $560, Half Page $350, Quarter Page $219, Eighth Page $137 and a Sixteenth Page $86.
Call Shelly Brooks at 623-876-2564 or just call the Chamber office and we’ll pass the message on to Shelly.
The $10 Million Shootout Golf Classic is rapidly approaching, so sign up your foursome right away. If you are looking for a way to get your business recognized and in the forefront of people’s minds, this is the way to do it. Check out the details in the right hand column or call us at the Chamber Office.
Have a safe and wonderful Labor Day Weekend with your family and friends!
If you have any comments or questions please do not hesitate to call me at 623-979-3601 or
e-mail me at
15th Edition of
The Millennials Corner:
Does Age Matter?
by Nikkie Byers
Is age really a factor in a young professional’s success? Why is it we don’t see many millennials actively networking in groups, especially in morning groups? You might think it’s because they’re lazy but they’re creating the change in how business is done.
Read the full story here!
If you have any topics you feel should be discussed, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
2016 Golf Classic Committee Meeting
Next Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, 9/6 at
9:00 AM at the
Peoria Chamber Office.
Next Chamber Radio Show September 7th
Peoria Chamber Radio
Wednesday, September 7th
John Rosado with
Call the Chamber Office
to be a radio guest!
New ADOT policy allows approved memorials along highways
Plan promotes safety for families, motorists and ADOT personnel
PHOENIX ‒ Recognizing the need of families to grieve in different ways for those killed in crashes, the Arizona Department of Transportation has established a policy allowing memorial markers along state-maintained highways in a way that minimizes risks for motorists, families and ADOT personnel.
Developed with input from community members, the policy specifies a maximum size and establishes standards for materials and placement so markers present less chance of distracting passing drivers or damaging vehicles leaving the roadway.
Special Thanks To Our Tiered Members!
Peoria Chamber of Commerce
Women 4 Women Mixer
Wednesday, August 31st
5:00 - 7:00 pm
Join us for our second exciting Women 4 Women mixer! We'll have drink specials, giveaways and a great time getting to know each other!
Headquarters Bar Grill Sushi
16041 N Arrowhead Fountains Center Dr
Peoria, AZ 85382
Click Here to RSVP for the Women's Mixer
Elite Networking Mixer with
Phoenix Metro Chamber
Wednesday, August 31st
5:30 - 8:00 pm
No pre-registration is necessary.
The event is FREE for members and $10 for guests. Pay at the door.
Maggiano's Little Italy
16405 N Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Click Here for more info!
Women 4 Women
Friday, September 2nd
8:15 - 9:30 am
Please join us for special guest speaker Sean O'Neil from Memory Dynamics!
Peoria Chamber Office
16165 N 83rd Ave, Suite 101
Peoria, AZ 85382
RSVP Here for the Women 4 Women Meeting
Tuesday, September 6th
7:30 - 8:45 am
Join us for Breakfast while expanding
Featured Business Presentations:
Cody Dull, Stage Left Productions
O'Keith Judish, Berkshire Hathaway
$12 for members, $20 for non-members
Brothers Family Restaurant
8466 W. Peoria Ave,
Peoria, AZ 85345
Register Here for the Networking Breakfast
$10 Million Shootout Golf Classic
Best of the West Nominations Due Friday
WESTMARC is seeking nominations for its 24th Annual Best of the West Awards Dinner scheduled for Thursday, November 10th, at the University of Phoenix Stadium.
WESTMARC is accepting nominations in three categories: Economic Engine, Quality of Life Enhancement, and Excellence in Innovation. The deadline for nominations is 10 pm on Friday, September 2nd. Nominations can be submitted online at www.westmarc.org/pages/best-of-the-west-2016. The cost for each nomination is $25 for members and $50 for non-members.
“The Best of the West Awards recognize outstanding contributions to the image, lifestyle, and economy in the West Valley,” said Sintra Hoffman, WESTMARC’s President and CEO. “WESTMARC is proud to honor these outstanding individuals and organizations making a great impact on the West Valley.”
Nominations are sought for individuals, organizations, businesses, facilities or programs representing interests in the West Valley.
In addition to the three annual awards, WESTMARC will also present awards for West Valley Inspiration in Leadership and West Valley Regional Advancement.
- The Economic Engine Award recognizes individuals and organizations which have created a significant economic impact in the region. Nominees will be judged on economic impact in proportion to the size of the nominee or to the population.
- The Quality of Life Enhancement Award recognizes educational, community, arts and recreational programs, facilities, or leaders enhancing the quality of life in the West Valley.
- The Excellence in Innovation Award recognizes individuals and organizations demonstrating an innovative concept or fulfilling a need that preserves the region’s assets and resources, and creates an economic benefit for West Valley residents.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. Please visit http://www.westmarc.org for additional information.
Programs Return to ASU West
The School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and the School of Social Work invite you to a special event celebrating the return of our programs to the Arizona State University West campus.
In addition to welcome remarks from ASU leaders, you'll hear from two faculty members who are champions of change in our community. Inspired by the profoundly popular TED Talks, learn more about how we are advancing research and ideas that build strong communities.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
How our resilience approach to "at risk" youth should create promise, not problems, Elizabeth K. Anthony, Associate professor, School of Social Work, researcher, Center for Child Well-Being
7:30 - 9 a.m.
Verde Dining Pavillion Multipurpose Room
ASU West campus
Free, and open to the public, but seating is limited
Reserve a seat
Fact or fiction: What the evidence tells us about police body-worn cameras, Michael D. White, Professor and director of the Ph.D. program, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Associate director, Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety