Vol. 16 Issue 31JULY 2017CEO Message2City/Downtown Updates 3Member News4New Members/Renewals 5Maggie Foresee-Griese6Professional Services7Calendar8“Creating A Community Where Business Thrives”Royal Gymnastics & Sports AcademyRibbon Cutting Ceremonywww.tracychamber.orgGolden Bear Physical Therapy & Sports InjuryRibbonPink CuttingTurtleCeremonyShoppe RibbonCutting
A Message2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORSfrom theBoard Chair:Nolan O’Brien, Lawrence Livermore LabChamber CEO.FREE Hometown 4th ofCelebration at Lincoln ParkJulyCelebrate a Hometown Independence Dayin Tracy presented by the Tracy Chamberof Commerce, City of Tracy and TracyVolkswagen. The free 4th of July Tracy celebration is an all-dayevent from 6 a.m.to 3:00 p.m. with Hot Air Balloons and aPancake Breakfast at Lincoln Park hosted by the TracyBreakfast Lion’s Club.The festivities kick into high gear with the 4th of July Paradewhich starts at 10AM at 6th & Central Avenue and ends at LincolnPark. After the parade, Mayor Robert Rickman will welcome thepublic to the day-long event filled with family entertainment atLincoln Park. At 12:30PM, young girls from Kindergarten to 5thgrade will compete to become the newest Tracy Royalty duringthe 4th of July Pageant on the community stage.Some of the highlights for kids will include a carnival area withrides by Fun & Games Rentals. New this year will be MorganTerritory Brewing who will have their award winning craft beerat the event. Come out to witness the ice cream and hot wingeating contest in the afternoon or sign up the day of to participatein the eating contests! There will be no shortage of activities forthe entire family at this year’s Tracy 4th of July event! This year,activities will close at 3:00 p.m. at Lincoln Park due to extremeheat, and to prepare for the Fireworks show at the stadium. Gohome, cool off, and come back in the evening for more fun!When the sun goes down the anticipation will rise as the Tracysky will be lit up by the fireworks. At 7:00 p.m., the Tracy HighFootball Stadium will open to the public. The featuredentertainment inside the stadium will be Sparkles & Ravioli whowill be performing magic shows and playing games with thechildren. Seating in the Tracy High Stadium will be in thebleachers only. The public will not be allowed onto the field ortrack. There is an entrance fee at Tracy High of 5 for adults (ages13 and up); 2 for children (ages 2 to 12) and Seniors (65 ).Lisa Aguilera, Aspire Hometown RealtyDan Arriola, District Attorney’s OfficeDan Ball, McLane Food ServiceDana Cooper, PG&EBill Fields, Surtec Systems, Inc.Will Fleet, Tracy PressDave Garcia, Dave Garcia DesignsDan Greene, Bank of the WestJoe Homen, Tracy ToyotaCliff Hudson, Fresh Coat PaintersSherry Jones, Owens Illinois of North AmericaBrent Ives, BHI Management ConsultingRobin Lopez, Taylor FarmsPatricia PalmaDebbie Rinaldo, Sutter Tracy HospitalDr. Brian Stephens, Tracy Unified School DistrictChad J. Wood, Willbanks & Wood, PLCCHAMBER AMBASSADORSCHAIR: Germaine ClarkKaren Aranda, Altamont Mechanical Heating/AirCarol Blevins, Diamond PropertiesCarolyn Brown Blunt, Life CoachMaggie Foresee-GrieseDave Garcia, Dave Garcia DesignsCeci Haas, Cultural Homestay InternationalVirna Hudson, Fresh Coat PaintersConrad Levoit, Levoit Advanced Protective ServicesDan Mendoza, Movement MortgageDebbie Morales, Robert Griffin Home ServicesBetsy Moreno, California Advantage Real EstateCarol Newman, Surtec Systems, Inc.Kipp Skelton, Spencer Flooring & PaintDarcella Wright, Helms BriscoeCHAMBER STAFFSofia Valenzuela, CEOsvalenzuela@tracychamber.orgFor more information contact the Tracy Chamber of Commerce at(209) 835-2131.Maria Valenzuela, Membership/Event Servicesmvalenzuela@tracychamber.orgFrom all of us at the Chamber, HAPPY 4th of JULY!!!!!!Alyssa Mupo, Hire Me First Program Coordinatorhiremefirst@tracychamber.org-Sofia Valenzuela, CEO, Tracy Chamber of CommerceCarol Neely, Receptionistwww.tracychamber.org
What’s Happeningin yourCity.What’s HappeningIn yourRetail Projects Update: Habitat Burger and MOD Pizza willoccupy Parcel B off of Naglee Rd. adjacentfrom Chipotle & Panera. They are currentlyin the development approval process. The City received a developmentapplication for two new 11,000 sf commercialbuildings for the Red Maple Village Phase 2. Green Soap Bath Shoppe is looking to open a retail store inDowntown Tracy. They are also relocating theirmanufacturing facility from Livermore to Tracy on GrantLine Rd. I Live for Brunch will open at 809 N. Central Avenue Tracy Valley Shopping Center (former Save Mart) on N.Tracy Blvd. has received approvals to perform an exteriorbuilding façade improvement. Bula International Market is locating at 2606 PavilionPkwy.Residential Update: 32 new residential building permits were issued in themonth of May increasing the total issued this year to 52.For more information about the City of Tracy visit www.ci.tracy.ca.usDowntown.Sandwich Cousins (939 Central Ave.) andMockingbird Books (51 W. 10th St.) are nowopen and are both great additions toDowntown Tracy! Stop by and visit themsoon!July’s Block Party will be on Friday, July 21stfrom 6PM-9PM at the Downtown Plaza on6th Street. Bring the family for a free eventfeaturing “Motown Soul”. Food and beverages are available forpurchase.The first Downtown Art Walk of this year will be held Friday,July 7th from 6PM-8:30PM. Meet the artists, experience andpurchase art and visit with local merchants!The Grand Theater Center for the Arts presents “Strums &Spirits with David Victor formerly of Boston” on Thursday, July13th at 7PM. Enjoy guitar lessons, adult beverages, storytellingand rock and roll in a relaxed and social environment. Visitwww.atthegrand.org for more information.Movies on the City Hall Plaza will feature Finding Dory on Friday,July 28th. Free event. Movie starts after sunset.For more information about TCCA visit www.tracycitycenter.comElite Ambassador:of the month:Dan MendozaMovement MortgageThank you for yourcontinuous support to thePURCHASE TICKETS ONLINEAT EVENTBRITEChamber and its members!www.tracychamber.org
MemberNews & Events:Obtain Your MBA or BS with Notre Dame deNamur Tracy ClassesTake advantage of a part-time and eveningprogram with personalized staff and facultyadvising tailored to your needs. Classesavailable include Business BS & MBA, HumanServices BS, Teaching Credentials and TESOLMA online. Attend the next info session formore details on July 11th at 4:30PM or 6:30PMat the Tracy Transit Center, 50 E. 6th Street.Tracy Police Department PicnicFriday July 7th 5PM-8PMDr. Powers ParkBring the family to a fun,community picnic with freegive-aways, games, and food!Amusements will include waterballoons, KAT Country, K9 Unit, EZ Child IdKits, and Safety Pup will be there!Aspire Hometown Realty Blood DriveFriday, July 14th 9:30AM-3:30PMGive blood and save lives! Join AspireHometown Realty as they team up withAmerican Red Cross to host a blood drive attheir location, 24 W. 10th Street in DowntownTracy. All donors will receive a Baskin Robbinspint of ice cream. Contact Monica to scheduleyour appointment, 209-221-0076.Surtec Adopt A Family GolfTournament September 16thDublin Ranch Golf CourseSupport the Surtec Adopt aFamily Program by participating in their annual Golf Tournament. Surtec iscurrently in need of golfers, hole & cartsponsors, raffle prize items, goodie bag itemsand raffle ticket purchases. There are manygreat prizes such as – 50” 1080p Flat ScreenTV, Table Top Gas BBQ Grill, Patio PropaneHeater 87” and just added: 4 DisneylandTickets! Call Cheryl to sign up to participatein the golf tournament or to purchase raffletickets at (209) 820-3700, ext. 214. You do notneed to be present to win! Surtec Adopt AFamily provides food and gifts to needyfamilies in Tracy during the holidays. Supportthis great program!Submit YOUR member news! Email 100 words or lessto firstname.lastname@example.org by the 25th of every month!Chest of Hope Hosts June CoffeeThank You for Renewing With UsChamber Members:Under 5 Years:Colemar DesignDarby ProductionsEl Patio Mexican RestaurantEmergency Food BankHome Care Assistance TracyKids Care DentalMazaa Kabob HouseMia Bella’s BoutiqueMorgan Territory BrewingRay MorelosPonderosa Homes5-10 Years:CemexResidential & CommercialLightingTrosien Orthodontics11-20 Years:Central Valley CommunityBankPatriot Pest ManagementOver 20 Years:Anzaldo OP Insurance &Financial Services LLCMontessori School of TracyThank you for your support in “Creating ACommunity Where Business Thrives!”www.tracychamber.org
Welcome to theChamber NewMembers!Welcome to theChamber NewMembers!ADJ Carpet Cleaning ServicesTracy, CA209-216-7200Alan Flores**Carpet CleaningJC Penney3100 N. Naglee Rd., Tracy, CA209-839-9353David Canalita*RetailAlexander Electric2250 N. Mac Arthur Dr., Tracy, CA209-221-4905Karen Pulos*Electrical ContractorJohn KlakkengaAntioch, CA925-315-0745John Klakkenga*Insurance - Employee BenefitsBark Avenue2726 Naglee Rd., Tracy CA209-229-8184Nefti Espinosa*Pet GroomingKids Place 2 Explore and Learn LLC18200 W. Grant Line Rd., Tracy, CA209-834-5086Carina Barajas*Child CareBay Alarm Company3819 Duck Creek Dr., Stockton, CA209-276-1779Johnathan Zamora*Security SystemsOrchard Supply Hardware1975 W. 11th Street, Tracy, CA209-834-2808Luke Bartow*RetailDelta Charter Schools31400 S. Koster Rd., Tracy, CA209-830-9370Dr. Jeff Tilton*EducationState Farm - Kelly E. Lux InsuranceAgency/Joanne InouyeTracy, CA510-846-7611Joanne Inouye*InsuranceDuck Lips Gone WildTracy, CA925-580-1723Donna Botelho**Beauty & HealthThe Upper Room130 W. 11th Street Ste. B, Tracy, CA209-229-1542George Placeres*RestaurantFive Star Print & Sign2830 Auto Plaza Way #140, Tracy, CA209-830-8300Homer Farahani*Signs & PrintingHelms BriscoeTracy, CA510-331-3471Darcella Wright**Meeting PlannerTracy Little LeagueTracy, CAwww.tracylittleleague.orgRobert Simmons*Sports - YouthValley Mountain Regional Center702 N. Aurora Rd., Stockton, CA209-955-3672Enos Edmerson Jr.*Non - Profit**Home-Based Business**Home-Based Businesswww.tracychamber.org
Ambassador Spotlight:Maggie Foresee-GrieseMaggie Foresee GriesejoinedtheChamberAmbassador Group abouta year ago with the desireto become more active inthe community. Maggiedescribesherselfas“eclectic” and is veryknowledgeable in thefields of business, marketing and fundraising.Maggie is originally a California girl who hasenjoyed being able to travel across multiplecontinents for work with multiple industries(high-tech, financial services, etc.) and hasworked for small and large companies all overthe world.Being the youngest of 12 children, Maggiequickly learned to step up and do her part atan early age.We recently asked Maggie to share with usabout herself so other members can get toknow her better.Lunch Meet-Up at Red RobinLeft to Right: Rhoda Anderson, Mary Lou Edwards, Jason Welshonse,Kari Ramos, Domingo Ramos, Josh Reed, Eric AndersonBUSINESS QUOTE OF THE MONTH:“All progress takes place outside the comfort zone”– Michael John BobakWhy did you become an Ambassador?“I became an Ambassador because I lovemeeting other business people in thecommunity, as well as governmentrepresentatives and school personnel that leadand drive our youth. I truly delight inattending the Chamber coffees, lunchmeet-ups, ribbon cuttings and GrandOpenings to be part of the excitement ofgrowth in Tracy. And, I even get to emceeevents which help me keep up on my publicspeaking while promoting the greatness of theAmbassador group.”What other involvement have you had inthe community?“I’ve had the privilege of being a stagemanager for the Shakespeare in the Park Playin Mountain House at the Grand TheatreCenter for the Arts. I have a love forperforming arts and have had the opportunityto travel across the U.S. as a singer and vocaldirector, assistant director and stage managerin schools and community theatres inCalifornia and Colorado. I have also beenknown to make costumes, develop PR andwhatever else is needed .”The next time you see Maggie around town,thank her for all her support to the Chamberand its members as an Ambassador! If youwould like to connect directly with m.www.tracychamber.org
Tracy Chamber Professional Services ListingJULY 2017NON-PROFITACCOUNTING & TAX SERVICEBehnam Accounting Solutions .209-835-9655UNEED2, INC . .209-831-3550BANKSPAINTING CONTRACTORBank of Stockton . .209-820-2000Oak Valley Community Bank .209-834-3340Fresh Coat Painters . . .209–390-4326BANQUET HALLAdapa and Agastya Medical Associates 209–833 –7555Nirvaana Banquet Hall & Event Center .209-839-1005BOOKKEEPING & PAYROLLPHYSICIANS - FAMILY PRACTITIONERSPOOLS & SPAPacific Pool & Spa . . .925-337-4207Account Masters Bookkeeping .209-836-4961COFFEE HOUSEPSYCHOLOGISTCarey Psychological Services . . . 209–923-1749World Coffee . .209-229-8327HEATING & AIR CONDITIONINGAltamont Mechanical Heating & Air .209-346-2422INSURANCE SERVICESFarmers Insurance - Azizi - Abawi Insurance .209-688-2834Farmers Insurance - Hashimi Insurance Agency . . .925-353-5942State Farm - Pearl Losoya .510-828-4146Larry Benson Nationwide InsuranceLife, Home, Auto, Business, Workers Comp, Motorcycle . . .209-229-1096FINANCIAL ADVISOREdward Jones Investments- John Dyer. .209-839-0179Edward Jones Investments –Shad Roundy.209-833-1325New York Life - Anthony Napoli .209-814-8743FLOORING/TILEREAL ESTATEAspire Hometown Realty. .209-814-8256California Advantage Real Estate .209-836-3300Norine Higa—Century 21 M&M and Associates . .209-207-4439Ray Lopez - Keller Williams . .209-914-8010Robert Griffin Home Services . .209-914-0635RESTAURANTJersey Mike’s Subs .209-835-2885Squeeze Inn .209-833-7992Vita Dolce, Inc . 209-834-1234World Coffee House .209– 229-8327SHOPPING - RETAILThe Owl Box .209-830-0796TERMITE & PEST CONTROL SERVICESTake Care Termite & Pest Control .209-832-7300Spencer Flooring & Paint .209-835-5537The Tile Doctor . .209-915-4668VETERINARIAN SERVICESMARKETING/BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT/EventsVEHICLE REGISTRATIONGraphic Design, Websites, Social Media MarketingPremier Production Group, LLC .209-597-8288VCA Old River Animal Hospital .209-835-5166Sky Transport Solutions . .209-855-6938WATER WELL PUMP CONTRACTORCommercial, Domestic, Irrigation, 24 Hr.MORTGAGE LENDINGLibby Martinez -Wells Fargo Home Mortgage .209 -629-3646Pamela Dew– Movement Mortgage .209-814-3135I. J. Larsen Pumps, Inc . .209-529-2020WEBSITE HOSTING & DESIGNNnvent .888-408-2515MOVING & STORAGE COMPANYGreater Bay Relocation Services, North AmericanVan Lines . . .209-830-4435Get NOTICED for 12 months of the year on the Chamber’s Professional Services Page featured in eachedition of the newsletter! Your company can be listed here for just 100 per year. Call 209-835-2131www.tracychamber.org
July Meetings07/0607/1107/1307/1407/1907/2607/278:30AM Ambassadors at Chamber12:30PM Hispanic Group at Chamber12PM Starting Your Own Biz at Chamber5PM Young Professionals at TBD5PM Governmental Affairs at Chamber4PM Board Meeting at Chamber9AM Stress Management Workshop at ChamberJuly Events07/0407/0407/1107/276AM-3PM Day in the Park Event at Lincoln Park7PM Fireworks Show at Tracy High Stadium8AM Chamber Coffee by In-Shape5PM Mixer by Tracy VolkswagenAugust Meetings08/0108/0808/1008/1108/1608/228:30AM Ambassadors at Chamber12:30PM Hispanic Group at Chamber12PM Starting Your Own Biz at Chamber5PM Young Professionals at TBD5PM Governmental Affairs at Chamber9AM Non-Profit Board DevelopmentWorkshop at Chamber08/23 4PM Board Meeting at ChamberAugust Events08/08 8AM Chamber Coffee by TAAA at TBD08/24 5PM Mixer by Uncle Credit Unionwww.tracychamber.org
Tracy, CA 209-216-7200 Alan Flores **Carpet Cleaning Alexander Electric 2250 N. Mac Arthur Dr., Tracy, CA 209-221-4905 Karen Pulos *Electrical Contractor Bark Avenue 2726 Naglee Rd., Tracy CA 209-229-8184 Nefti Espinosa *Pet Grooming Bay Alarm Company 3819 Duck Creek Dr., Stockton, CA
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