Do you have set plans and goals for your business this month, quarter, year? Some tips to get off to the right start this year:
-Create manageable goals that you can achieve in small increments, so you don’t get lost in the big picture!
-Keep the lines of communication open in your office and within your organization. It can help you keep issues or problems contained, and not turn into something big.
-Keep your tech current. Safeguarding from credit card fraud, and building up cyber security can save you a lot of problems! Be proactive instead of reactive in your business.
-Stay involved with the Quad Chamber! Networking and attending events can open doors to new business relationships and referral partners!
~ Quad Chamber Ambassadors
WELCOME New Members
WELCOME to the Quad Area Chamber of Commerce!
Deb Nelson, Owner
Beyond the Brain Therapies, Inc.
20 Lake St N #307
Forest Lake, MN 55025
Tracy Carlson, Branch Manager
7984 Lake Drive
Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Board of Directors
F & M Bank
F & M Bank
American Family Insurance
Ambassador Chair & Chamber Membership
Directors at Large:
Quad Community Press
City of Centerville
Anoka County EDA - Ad Hoc Board Member
We have openings on our Board of Directors. If you are interested in serving or have questions please contact Barb, Beth or Dorothy. Feel free to attend our meetings on the 3rd Thursday from 11:30 to 12:30 at F&M Bank in Lino Lakes.
The Quad Area Chamber does not currently have a phone number. The best way to reach someone is by email.
The email addresses available are:
Info@quadareachamber.org - This is monitored by the President & the Secretary.
Ambassador@quadareachamber.org - This is monitored by the Ambassador/Membership Chair
Events@quadareachamber.org - This is monitored by the Events Director
Treasurer@quadareachamber.org - This is monitored by the Treasurer
February Lunch and Learn 2/7/19
JOIN US for our February Lunch and Learn on
February 7, 2019.
Our Presenter is Jacquel Hajder, Economic Development Specialist with Anoka County
Jacquel will educate us on what is new with the County & Community Economic Development. Topics will include:
- Anoka County Regional Economic Development Partnership (AC-RED)– What it means to the 21 communities, (i.e. explaining the County’s role in Economic Development)
- How the County partners with business and chambers projects
- Tracking Economic Development Progress
Jacquel Hajder | Economic Development Specialist
2100 3rd Ave. STE 700 | Anoka, MN 55303
(c) 612-358-8925 | (d) 763-324-4609
Congratulations to Wholesome Health!
Congratulations to Wholesome Health on their Ribbon Cutting event that was held on January 24, 2019. We had the pleasure of getting to know more about the Wholesome Health Club in Centerville and the owners, Jacob Smith and Amanda Essling and Zakhary Smith.
Check out Wholesome Health, Centerville at www.wholesomehealthmn.com
Congratulations Freedom Fishing Foundation!
Congratulations to Freedom Fishing Foundation on a successful Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. The dinner was hosted at the Lino Lakes American Legion Post 566 on January 25th. Pictured is the Quad Area Chamber President Barb Rexeisen and her husband Bob, Quad Area Chamber Secretary, Dorothy Radermacher, Chain of Lakes Rotary President Justin Larson, Chain of Lakes Rotary Past President, Kevin Fitzpatrick, and Rotarian Tim Nelson and his wife Jody.
When: February 13, 2019
8:30 am - 9:30 am
Where: Broadview Builders
FOR MORNING NETWORKING
& Learn about High Performance Homes
in Energy Conservation
What does High Performance mean?
Why should I consider a High Performance Home?
Tell us about your company, how you got started and your goals for 2019 - 2020.
9050 Lake Drive
Lexington, MN 55014
There are no fees for this event.
We ask that you register to allow us to set up with adequate seating, etc.
~Quad Chamber Ambassadors
Have you completed your set up on the new Chamber Website?
Go to www.quadareachamber.org
- Under the Membership Tab, select Member Area, then click on Member Log In.
- If you don't have your username and password handy, just use the lost / or reset password function. The system will email it to you immediately.
- Click on request set up, or advanced tools & follow the instructions.
- If you don't see this screen, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will check for errors or omissions in the system.
- This is part of the advanced services included with your membership. There is a one time $30 charge for set up.
Centerville Lions Fishing Contest 2/16/19
Mark your calendars for the Centerville Lions Annual Fishing Contest on February 16, 2019
Contest Starts at 11 a.m. SHARP! Final weigh-in at 2:00 p.m.
Prizes for the Largest Fish Caught
Gas Ice Auger, Portable Ice House and More!!
Door Prizes, Kids Handouts, Same Day Raffle, Bouya, Chili, Hot Food, Beer and Drinks
Tickets - $5 per hole and available on the lake
Live bait will also be available on the lake
NO PORTABLE ICE HOUSES, COOLERS, ALCOHOL OR GLASS CONTAINERS
CONTESTANTS MUST HAVE FISHING TICKETS IN PLAN-VIEW AT ALL TIMES.
This is a fund raising event for the Centerville Lions Club. Non-perishable food items will be collected for the local food shelf.
Special Assistance is Available for Those in Need.
Centerville Lake Near the old Waterworks Beach Club
Mr. Greg Kieselhorst at 612-221-9122 for additional information.
Are you looking for a way to get more involved in the Chamber? Look no further as we have many opportunities for you to use your skills. For instance, you can claim a chair on the Board, become an Ambassador or join one of the following committees: