SACC At Work 4.16.13

maskChamber Mob Squad Off and Running
The Chamber has launched the SACC Mob Squad’s Mini Mob Program
If you have seen it, heard of it or are just not quite sure what it is all about, here is the Who, What, Where, When and How!
WHO? You, or your employees if you are a chamber member! Don’t be afraid to get your employees involved in shopping local and showing it!

WHAT? The mini-mob is a way for biz owners to connect with each other and a way to build community and chamber membership.  It’s a great opportunity to visit a business you have never been to, but have been meaning to stop in and check out.
WHERE? Any business in the Sandy Area (does not have to be a storefront or a Chamber member)
WHEN? Kick off was April 3rd at Good Morning Sandy and it will end June 30th.

HOW? Follow these 3 super-simple, easy steps!

1.    Make sure you have plenty of cards on you. Keep them in your car. (Pick them up at the Chamber office if you need some)

2.    Fill our your name (and you can put a postage stamp on the card, to make it easy for them to return.)

3.    Whenever you visit a business, bring a card. Make sure the person you are handing it to knows what to do with it.

You the mobber and the business the mobbee, will be entered in to a drawing at the end of June.  Prizes include a $100.00 gift card from Fred Meyer for the mobber and a $150.00 gas card for the mobbee, plus the winning business (mobbee) gets a free banner at Music Fair and Feast.

So far, we have had 18 cards returned and out of those 18, 12 different businesses have been mini mobbed by 9 mobbers!

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Networking Events

Good Morning Sandy

April 17th
7:30-8:30am
Hood View Jr Academy
26505 SE Kelso Rd

Meet new people and support
your local businesses. It is a great
time for networking, door prizes and refreshments.

Remember to bring a dollar for the 50/50 raffle!

Brown Bag Lunch & Learn

Thursday April 25th
SACC Office
12-1pm

Boss-onomics 101
10 Ways to Repair, Restore, and Redirect
Your Relationship with your Manager (For Both Bosses & Employees)

• Have you ever worked with someone and thought, “This person is going to make me crazy!”
• Is unclear communication with your manager a source of stress or concern in your job?
• Have you ever thought, “I need to quit my job!”… and a big reason is that you just don’t get along with your manager?
Well, here’s your answer…
At the next SACC Brown Bag Lunch, Lea McLeod will teach you how to build a better relationship with your manager.
You’ll learn:
– The biggest single mistake most employees make in working with their managers.
– The one thing you can say that will instantly change the course of any “bad manager” day.
– 10 things you can do to course-correct a manager-employee relationship that has veered off the rails.

All so that you can build a better relationship with your manager, end the dread of going to work each day, and find more satisfaction and empowerment in the work that you do!
Lea McLeod, M.A. is a JOB THERAPIST. She helps people build a better relationship with their jobs so that they can overcome the obstacles that keep them stuck and destroy their confidence.
She wants you to be self-assured, empowered, and positive in your work, so that you have the capacity to earn more money, have more time and find a greater sense of meaning in your what you do!
Find her at www.LeaMcLeod.com or contact her at Lea@LeaMcLeod.com!

Free to members
$5.00 for non members
Please give us a call at 5603.668.4006 if you are interested in attending.

 

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New Members

Support our new members.
Buddha Kat Winery
Lori Ryland

Renewing Members
Frank Saniti Jr. Painting
Rock Ranch Embroidery
Sandy Fire Dist #72 – Chaplin

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Support our Members
Sandy High Music Foundation Dinner & Auction
SH Music Foundation Auction Poster

Sandy Actors Theatre
The Mousetrap opens April 5th at Sandy Actors Theatre.  This classic Agatha Christie mystery will keep the audience guessing until the end.   No one is quite what he seems.  Each character has a secret, which when revealed, leads the audience to suspect he or she could be the murderer.  This play opened in England in 1952 and has been playing continuously since its opening.  The Mousetrap runs April 5th-April 28th, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm and Sundays at 3:00pm.  Tickets are $15 general admission, $12 students and seniors , and $10 children under 12.  Reserve your seats by calling 503-668-6834.  For more information visit sandyactorstheatre.org.  Sandy Actors Theatre is wheelchair accessible and has hearing assist devices available, which can be reserved when you call for tickets.  Remember opening weekend, $2 off all tickets.

SANDY OKTOBERFEST Sponsoring a Talent Show for 2013
The SANDY OKTOBERFEST Committee recently announced that a feature of this year’s festival will be a talent show on Sunday, September 8th from 12 noon to 3:30pm on the main stage in the Biergarten
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three talents as determined by a panel of local judges from the Sandy Committee.
All types of amateur or professional  talent are welcomed:  singers, dancers, musicians, bands, etc.
The performance should be no more than 10 minutes in duration.
To enter please email
buda@sandyoktoberfest.net for application.


Sandy Fire Department

Sportsman Breakfast___________________________________________________________________

Small Business
Development Center

Learn Great Ways To Grow
Your Business

Check out our lineup of information-packed classes by visiting our website

Thank you for your continued support of the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce!

Sincerely,

Karey Milne
SACC Office Manager

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