CHAMBER CHATTER – March, 2013

| March 4, 2013

FRANKLIN PARK/SCHILLER PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

The Franklin Park/Schiller Park Chamber has been busy these past couple of months with events that were well attended and allowed a lot of networking. Joining the Franklin Park/Schiller Park Chamber or any surrounding chamber is beneficial to your business. Join us at one of the many events coming up in the near future.

The next multi chamber event will be held at Tuscano’s Restaurant, 4926 N. River Road in Schiller Park from 5-7 pm. On Wednesday, March 13.  Open to Chamber members and business guests only.  Visit chamberbyohare.org to register.

A Multi-Chamber event was held on Wednesday, February 20th at Triton College’s Cafe 64. It was well attended with attendees from almost 22 chambers. Food was prepared by the culinary IMG_0502 IMG_0507 IMG_0510art students from Triton. The spotlight of the event was a presentation on the importance of utilizing sustainable practices in the community and one’s business.  Participants learned about how green business practices can impact the operation of their businesses and organizations.

 

IMG_0485 IMG_0480 IMG_0478Another after hours event occurred at PNC Bank in Franklin Park. PNC welcomed the chamber with delicious appetizers and beverages. They are happy to be part of the community and the chamber.

MELROSE PARK CHAMBER

MELROSE PARK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

SPECIAL BREAKFAST EVENT

Westlake Hospital

Brewster Hall-Auditorium

1225 W. Lake St.

Melrose Park, IL

7:45 to 9:00 a.m.

Presenters:

William A. Brown, FACHE, Chief Executive Officer,

Westlake Hospital and West Suburban Medical Center

Thomas Rothery, M.S., Vanguard Occupational Health, Clearing Clinic

“Keeping your Employees Healthy through Ergonomics”

(The science of fitting workplace conditions, job demands, and worker capabilities)

Keith Carrizosa, Vice-President, Melrose Park Chamber of Commerce

“Tech Talk”

Richard Battaglia, President, Melrose Park Chamber of Commerce

Free breakfast will be served.

Members and non-members are welcome.

Come out to see the New Melrose Park Chamber of Commerce.

For more information contact Gianna Capra or Richard Battaglia

by Email: Melroseparkchamber@att.net

or by phone: 708-338-1007

 

RIVER GROVE CHAMBER

The River Grove Chamber would like to WELCOME 2013 MEMBERS!!

American Cancer Society

American Courier Service

Aug’s Massage Therapy

Azure Horizons, Inc.

Bargains in a Box

Forest Security

Leyden Credit Union

Manor Press

Maywood Park Race Track

North Avenue Dental Care

Paldo Sign & Display Co

Picket Fence Day Care & Learning Center

Roy Strom Refuse Company

Senator John G. Mulroe

Star Hydraulics

Ted’s Auto Body Rebuilders

The Lock-Up Storage

Ultimate Hair, Nails & Spa

Veterans Park District

If you haven’t joined us yet, please go to our website: www.rivergrovechamber.org

We’d love to have you join us. Together, we can do beautiful things for our community!

Our Mission Statement: The River Grove Park Chamber of Commerce works to represent and advance its business community, striving with constant integrity, fairness and cooperation to promote and improve the economic atmosphere, business climate, and image of River Grove.

Our next event will be March 13th Co-hosted by the Franklin Park, Schiller Park, Bensenville, River Grove and the Mont Clare/Elmwood Park Chambers. This will be a great networking event plus we know the food is great at Tuscano’s Restaurant in Schiller Park.

 

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About the Author ()

Barbara is the publisher of People and Places Newspaper which she started in August of 2011. A lifelong resident of Schiller Park, she always felt it important that residents needed to be kept informed about their communities. Since newspaper coverage for Schiller Park stopped about twenty years ago, she made it a goal to bring a newspaper back to the area. She tries to include all of Leyden Township in her reporting and wants to keep true with the mission of the paper to "inform, educate and entertain."

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