November 19, 2019
Weekly Update Vol.2019

Are you a Military or Veteran Owned Business

If you are a Chamber Member & Military Connected Business Owner we ask that you log in to your Chamber Account here.   

Once you are logged in look for the Member Information Section/Change profile. 

Click on the Highlighted area and on the following screen, scroll down to below your email and check the box that says Veteran Owned. 

Free Out of State Conference for Manufactures & Fabrication Employers

This is a great opportunity we should pass along to our manufactures/fabrication employers in Anoka County that would be interested in attending an out of state conference. Can you please share with your networks?
Anoka County Regional Economic Development (ACRED) pays to be a partner in the MN Marketing Partnership, who is sponsoring the free registrations for employers.
Jacquel Hajder | Economic Development Specialist
2100 3rd Ave. STE 700 | Anoka, MN 55303
(c) 612-358-8925 | (d) 763-324-4609


More Info & to Register!

Commit to be counted 2020!!

The Quad Area Chamber is offering info on the upcoming Census!    We need to be counted.   More Info

Have you paid your 2020 Chamber Dues!

  • You have received your invoice around November 1st. 
  • Dues not paid by January 1st will be assessed a $25 late fee. 
  • Pay online by logging into to your Chamber Nation Account or mail check to QACC P.O. Box 430 Circle Pines, MN 55014

Business Summit November 21st, 2019

The Anoka County Regional Economic Development Partnership (ACRED) is hosting a first annual business summit on November 21st at Anoka Technical College.  The purpose of this event is to bring business leaders and owners from all across the County to learn about topics that will help their business grow and succeed, and bring various chamber members and non-members together.  We will have two panel discussions: one on expansion planning and the other about workforce and training resources. 
The Quad Area Chamber has elected to be a sponsor of this event.   Put it on your calendars and more information will follow as it is available. 

QACC December Event

Does Public Speaking Give You Butterfly's?

Would you like to increase your confidence in a group or at an event?  Consider that as one of your New Year's Resolutions!  

The Quad Area Chamber in collaboration with the Lino Lakes Toastermasters is sponsoring a 6 week series called Speech Craft starting January 14th.    Just $20!!   

To Learn More. 


QACC winding down on very Successful Year.. Working on Goals for 2020!

You can be apart!     Volunteers needed at the Committee & Board Levels as well as the Sector Level. 

We want your ideas, input & volunteers to make a difference. 

We are a small local chamber serving the areas of Centerville, Circle Pines, Lexington & Lino Lakes.   

We focus on a name & a business,   you are not just a number!

Our members are getting exposure locally, regionally & globally!

Do you have an educator background or know a retired educator that would be willing to help?   

Contact us at:

Coming in 2020... Centerville Getting to Know Your Business Neighbors!

Starting January 14th, 9 to 10 AM.   Stay tuned for further details! 

Hosted by Lisa & Nancy, QACC Ambassadors at Midwest One Bank

Anoka County Hazardous Waste Changes to Winter Hours

The winter schedule is now in effect for the Anoka County Household Hazardous Waste Facility, 3230 101st Ave. NE, Blaine.
Winter hours will end March 31, 2020.  The facility will be open 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesdays and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays.
Household hazardous wastes that are accepted include acids, aerosol cans with product remaining, drain cleaner, driveway sealer, fluorescent bulbs, liquid paint, liquid mercury, mercury thermometers, motor oil, oven cleaner, paint stripper, paint thinner, pesticides, pool chemicals, stains, varnishes, and wood preservatives.
Residents dropping materials off at the site must provide proof of county residency, such as a driver's license.  The facility accepts household hazardous waste from residents of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, and Washington counties.  Businesses, organizations and schools may not bring hazardous waste to the facility.
Wastes that are not accepted include ammunition, appliances, batteries, dried paint, electronics, empty containers, radioactive wastes, railroad ties, and tires.  For disposal options for unacceptable wastes, call Anoka County Recycling & Resource Solutions at 763-324-3400 or e-mail
For more information or directions to the facility, call Anoka County Recycling & Resource Solutions or go to
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