December 10, 2019
Weekly Update Vol.2019

Have you logged in to your Individual Chamber Member Account?

That is the 1st step in learning the platform and maximizing your Chamber Benefits!

Chamber Nation Changes TCS page to Marketing Landing Page

Marketing Landing Page is the term used for premium services received through your Quad Area Chamber Membership.    

Members at the time of implementation of Chamber Nation received this set up service free. 

Third quarter of 2019 the Chamber implemented a one time set up fee of $30 for premium services, which begins with this Marketing Landing Page. 

In the past, they would contact you when your page was complete.    Participate & follow up was low, so they now notify our Chamber Office and we pass the notice on to you after our preview. 

If it doesn't appear the way you would like, let us know.   Much of the content you are able to change on your own.   

Following this process will give you much more exposure and increase your Rate of Return on Chamber Membership. 

Additional staff of your business may have their personal premium services for a one time cost of $30 per Marketing Landing Page. 

As always, let us know your questions. 

QACC Board of Directors

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

You can be a part!     Volunteers needed at the Committee & Board Levels as well as the Sector Level.   Join the meetings from your desk, car, etc. via Free Conference Call.   

We want your ideas, input & volunteers to make a difference.   Watch for our polls and surveys and complete them as we assess training needs, member needs to set the direction of this Chamber. 

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!
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Commit to be counted 2020!!

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

Just a few spots left... Join this exciting team & become part of the Action!

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. 


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

QACC - Holiday Schedule

December 5th Annual Holiday Party - Sign Up Requested by December 1
December 10th/11th Morning Networking - On Vacation
December 19th QACC Board of Directors Meeting
Weekly Update - On Vacation December 24 & 31st.   
January Lunch & Learn - January 2nd - On Vacation
January 14 - Morning Networking (Centerville) 9:00 - 10 AM   Midwest One Bank
                   - Morning Networking ( Circle Pines, Lexington & Lino Lakes) 

Final 2019 Board of Directors Meeting - December 19th!

Save the Date!!! QACC Annual Membership Meeting

Our February Lunch & Learn will be held at Tria from 11:30 - 1.  

Come join us to learn
  • 2019 Accomplished Goals
  • 2020 Business Plan
More details to follow!

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

Lino Lakes Guns & Hoses Hockey Fundraiser!

2020 Levy Pared Down from Preliminary Amount

The Anoka County Board of Commissioners approved a property tax levy increase of 3.97 percent during the board’s meeting Dec 6. 
            In September, the board adopted a preliminary budget that met the county’s goals and resulted in a 4.97 percent levy increase.  At that time, commissioners directed county management to continue looking for more opportunities to reduce the levy.  Staff found creative solutions to lower the levy, and this led to a final amount that is an entire percentage point lower than the preliminary levy.
            Budget priorities for 2020 include public safety, cyber security, and preserving and maintaining the current level of county services.  The levy pays for about a third of the county’s operational costs.  The rest of the county’s budget comes from other sources, such as fees and state and federal grants.
            “This final levy is the result of hard work and ingenuity,” said Scott Schulte, chair, Anoka County Board of Commissioners.  “Staff took what was already a modest preliminary levy and reworked it to lower the amount, which is a testament to their expertise and dedication to serving our taxpayers in a respectful, innovative and fiscally responsible manner.”

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