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Open For Business Magazine - October/November 2011 Issue

Open For Business Magazine - October/November 2011 Issue

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This issue discusses the importance of local air service to the Eugene/Springfield area. Learn about current air trends, the connection between air service and economic development, and why the Eugene Chamber has long been involved in air service.
This issue discusses the importance of local air service to the Eugene/Springfield area. Learn about current air trends, the connection between air service and economic development, and why the Eugene Chamber has long been involved in air service.

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FOR BUSINESS
THE EUGENE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: CElEBRATiNG…PROMOTiNG…iNFORMiNG BUsiNEss
 
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VOLUME 10, ISSUE 5
USA $3.95CANADA $6.95
 
TakingFlight
Eugene Airport services ascendin a descending economy
 
FEATURES
7
Wings Bar & Grille serves up local foodfor travelers on the go.
14 
Land near the Eugene Airportoffers possible opportunity forindustrial lands use.
16
How Chamber advocacy hascontinued to help and shape theEugene Airport.
COLUMNS/ DEPARTMENTS
4
YOUR CHAMBER WORKiNGFOR YOU 
20
BUsiNEss NEWs
ADVERTISER INDEX
23 BRING Recycling21 Cascade Health Solutions17 Chambers Productions13 Essig Entertainment27 Eugene Airport24 Evergreen Roong22 EWEB12 Guaranty Chevrolet and RV6 Hershner Hunter LLP20 Home Federal Bank23 Imagine Group2 Isler CPA28 Kernutt Stokes Brandt17 McKenzie-Willamette MedicalCenter18 Oregon Community Foundation2 Pacic Continental Bank5 PacicSource Health Plans11 Providence Health Plans25 Servicemaster24 Siuslaw Bank25 SYTE Consulting
Publisher
David Hauser,
CCE 
Editor
Susan G. Miller,
Director o Publications &Inormation Systems
Eugene ChamberExecutive Committee
Marvin Re’Voal, Chair
Pacifc Beneft Planners
Sheryl Balthrop,Chair-Elect
Gaydos, Churnside &Balthrop PC 
Ann Marie Mehlum,Vice Chair
Summit Bank 
Eric Forrest, Past Chair
Pepsi Cola Bottling o Eugene
Cathy Worthington,Treasurer
Worthington BusinessServices
Advertising
Eugene AreaChamber of Commerce541.484.1314
Design/Layout
Asbury Design541.344.1633
Content Editor
Tracy Ilene Miller
Printing
TechnaPrint, Inc.541.344.4062
Eugene Area Chamberof Commerce
1401 Willamette St.Eugene, OR 97401541.484.1314
Open or Business:
 A publication of theEugene Area Chamberof Commerce (USPS-978-480).
Open or Business
ispublished bimonthlyby the Eugene AreaChamber of Commercein February, April, June,August, October andDecember. Circulation:4,700.
Open For Business
© 2011The subscription priceis $25, included inmembership. PeriodicalsPostage Paid at Eugene,OR.POSTMASTER: Sendaddress changes toEugene Area Chamberof Commerce, P.O.Box 1107, Eugene, OR97440-1107
FOR BUSINESS
THE EUGENE AREACHAMBER OFCOMMERCE: CElEBRATiNG…PROMOTiNG…iNFORMiNGBUsiNEss
 
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VOLUME 10, ISSUE 5
USA$3.95CANADA$6.95
 
TakingFlight
Eugene Airport services ascendin a descending economy
Eugene Airportdirector ofcommunicationand developmentCathryn Stephens,says more Eugene-area residents areusing their localairport. Page 10
COVER STORY >>
10 
Why the Eugene Airport is seeingincreased air service even as airlinesare seeing reduced prots nationwide.
Pictured: Shannon Nill, Guaranty Chevrolet dealer and general manager o Guaranty RV Center 
Photography by
Loveall Photo
 www.loveallphoto.comArt direction and design by
Asbury Design
 www.asburydesign.net
content
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER 2011
EUGENE / SPRINGFIELD PORTLAND / VANCOUVER SEATTLE / BELLEVUE / TACOMA THERIGHTBANK.COM 541-686-8685
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It only makes sense that the business partners you deal with day in and day out,like Pacific Continental banker Jamie Louie-Smith, are fluent in the language of yourbusiness. At Pacific Continental, our bankers not only speak small business with theagility of a CFO, they’re experts in delivering the financial services you need, whenyou need them…on your terms.
Banking on Your Terms
Jamie Louie-Smith, V.P.
Commercial Banking Officer
Greater Eugene
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OPEN FOR BUSINESS | EUGENE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Eugene Chamber and Senator Wyden honor local exporters
 YOUR CHAMBERWORKING FOR YOU
Are you looking to start or growa business in Lane County?
Succeeding in business involves perseverance,exibility, and business knowledge. The localbusiness community now has a
new poweru on-ne reource
called Lane Business Link thanks to acollaboration involving the Eugene and SpringeldChambers of Commerce, the Cities of Eugeneand Springeld, Lane County’s Community andEconomic Development department and LCC’sSmall Business Development Center.Lane Business Link is a comprehensive virtual
one-top reource or bune
combining local,state, federal and best-of-the-web resources tohelp businesses start and grow.The site will be updated regularly. If you havechanges, additions or questions regarding
laneBune lnk
, contact Ben Sappington at 541-242-2359 or visit www.lanebusinesslink.com.
Business After Hours eventat UO School of Law attracts 300
More than 300 Chamber members and guestsattended the September Business After Hours hostedby the University of Oregon School of Law and itsCorporate Partners. Speaking to those in attendance,Dean Michael Moftt, said that students in the Schoolof Law have the opportunity to work within multipleprograms nationally recognized for their excellence,including Environmental and Natural Resources Lawand Appropriate Dispute Resolution. Moftt wasappointed dean in July 2011. The next Business AfterHours is scheduled for October 20 at the Business-to-Business Expo. Registration is now open.
School of Law Dean Michael Moftt speaks to Chambermembers and guests at Business After Hours.Peter Powell of Western Shelter Systems accepts an award forachieving excellence in international trade from Senator Ron Wyden.
The Chamber, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden andU.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Departmentof Commerce recently honored two localcompanies for
exceence n nternatona trade
.Western Shelter Systems and Forrest Paintwere honored for achieving outstanding growthinternationally and for their work as ambassadorsfor other local companies looking to sell abroad.As a part of its ongoing business retentionexpansion efforts, the Chamber helps
ocacompane wth nternatona trade
. If you areinterested in growing your international presenceplease contact Ben Sappington at541-242-2359.
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