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Christmas and tuna cans: EMERGE Lakeland participates in Canned Tuna Wreath Contest. Page 3
Small Business of the Month: See who received the plaque for this monthly award. Page 5
Business After Hours: Fifth Third Bank and Stone Center host December event. Page 8
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FORUM FOR BUSINESS monthly
Vol. XX, No. 2
LAKELAND AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
• MARCH 18, 2010 •
The Lakeland Center 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The Diversity Business Council of the Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the keynote speaker for the CommUnity Celebration will be Carlos Luna. Make your reservations now by calling (863) 688-8551 Ext. 228. See Page 15 for more details.
• See Page 2 for ticket order form and sponsors
ALSO INSIDE: Upcoming Events • EMERGE Lakeland • Ribbon Cuttings • Members on the Move
Onelightbulb.org announces Lakeland Green Expo
GreenHome Wamalama eco-expo to feature local sustainable product and service companies and promote central Florida’s ‘green’ economy
OneLightBulb.Org, an organization dedicated to promoting energy conservation and green technologies in local communities, proudly announces the second in a series of local sustainability expositions called, GreenHome Wamalama - Green Business Expo 2010. The event will be held at The Lakeland Center in Lakeland Florida on Saturday, February 27th, 2010 and offers residents throughout central and southwest Florida an opportunity to learn about the many local companies offering green, eco-friendly and other sustainable solutions for consumers, homes and business. The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce is a participating sponsor in the Expo and Chamber member businesses who wish to be involved will receive a 20% discount off exhibitor fees. In an effort to promote educational programs on energy conservation, water conservation and recycling the GreenHome Wamalama Green Business Expo will feature an array of ecologically responsible products and services. The event will feature ‘Green Earth Presentation Sponsors’ like Magnify Credit Union, boasting the area’s first net-zero energy, green commercial building project in the state to achieve a Gold level LEED certification; new Hybrid event will be a series of free sustainability presentations by the expo sponsors and other local experts that include informative topics on green job opportunities, energy and water conservation and new innovative green technologies. The GreenHome Wamalama - Green Business Expo 2010 is designed to inform consumers and promote local economic development by raising public awareness of the areas’ green product and service providers. The event is designed to be a fun and educational experience for families, businesses and the community. Exhibitor registration discounts are available to Lakeland Area Chamber Members. Detailed sponsorship, exhibitor and attendee information is available on the GreenHome Expo Web site, at www.lakelandgreenexpo.com or www.greenhomewamalama.com.
vehicle offerings from local dealers; solar energy technology solutions from various providers and sponsors like QuikBeam Energy of Winter Haven, and many other vendors of alternative energy and sustainability solutions. This event will provide informative and actionable content for both consumers and business owners on how they can save energy, save money and “green up” their homes and facilities. As in previous events, the Expo will feature a CFL recycling drive, an Eco-Kids zone with fun, learning activities and plans to showcase green initiatives offered through local city and county programs. Throughout the
Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce Forum For Business Monthly Volume Information: February 2010 Vol. XX, No. 2
Joe L. Ruthven Chairman of the Board Kathleen L. Munson Publisher & President Amy S. Wiggins Editor Kingston Partners Design
EMERGE Lakeland in the Community
EMERGE Lakeland helped spread some holiday cheer at one of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lakeland during the holiday season. Members visited with kids and helped lend a helping hand by wrapping donated presents. Members also had the opportunity to learn more about the Boys and Girls Clubs and were given a tour of the facility. Volunteerism is one mission of EMERGE. The EMERGE Lakeland Volunteer Committee is dedicated to exposing members to needs within the community and venues to serve others. EMERGE Lakeland members also participated in the Canned Tuna Wreath Contest during the Bumble Bee and VISTE Canned Tuna Concert. The contest required entrants to build a wreath using unopened cans of Bumble Bee Tuna. The “E for Emerge” wreath was built and decorated by members of the Marketing Committee and served as a way to promote holiday cheer, donate food and spread the word about EMERGE Lakeland. EMERGE Lakeland will hold several events in 2010 for members and individuals looking to join EMERGE Lakeland. Whether you are looking to network and attend social events, seeking out volunteer opportunities or career development functions, EMERGE
Nominations accepted beginning March 1
Lakeland has you covered. EMERGE Lakeland promotes social interaction among young professionals, opportunities for philanthropic engagement and career enrichment. Visit EmergeLakeland.com to learn more about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, development and social outings. If you are a current member, consider getting more involved by joining a committee. Find EMERGE Lakeland on Facebook and Twitter... even more opportunities to keep up with events and programs.
Nominations for Leadership Lakeland Class XXVIII will be accepted from March 1 through April 9, 2010, at 4:00 p.m. The nomination form will be available in the March Forum for Business Monthly or online at LakelandChamber.com in the "Online Forms" section. Established in 1983 by the Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Lakeland is an annual program designed to identify leaders and enhance existing leadership in our community. Leadership Lakeland does not take public policy positions or advocate any individual viewpoint. The program unites leaders from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to improve their ability to lead effectively, offering its members a broad range of experiences, and insights about the community, its people, its needs and its services. Participants in the program are selected from applicants representing business, public and private agencies, and civic and professional organizations throughout the Lakeland area. The final selection of members is made by a selection committee. Some of the criteria considered are as follows: • Has the candidate reached a responsible level in their chosen career? • Has the candidate demonstrated a commitment to serve the community? • Does the candidate have the time and resources to give community service? • Does the candidate represent a cross-section of the business community, including government, community service volunteers and professionals?
EMERGE members hear om Mike Taylor, one of the directors of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lakeland and Mulberry.
Members of the EMERGE Marketing Committee with the “E for EMERGE” entry in the VISTE Bumblebee Tuna Wreath Contest
Riverside Bank at 4400 S Florida Avenue hosted the December New Member Reception, and welcomed new Chamber members with open arms, and of course donuts and coffee! The staff and Chamber Champions were able to learn a great deal about new businesses and provide information on opportunities to assist those businesses in making the most of their Chamber memberships. In addition to hosting the December event, Riverside Bank supports the New Member Receptions as the Presenting Sponsor, providing continued opportunities for new Chamber members to get involved. Thanks to Riverside Bank and staff for a great event!
Riverside sta and new members
January Small Business of the Month Award presented
This month we recognize a special group of caring people. Dr. David Lee, DVM and his staff have been providing veterinary care for companion pets for 27 years. Additionally they provide the pet owner with the knowledge necessary to enhance their pet’s health and happiness. Edgewood Animal Clinic (EAC) offers routine veterinary care, surgical procedures, dental health care and kennel services. EAC’s laboratory and diagnostic equipment enhance their ability to provide quality care. Dr. Lee credits his well trained staff as a full partner in the success of EAC. Two of his Certified Veterinary Technicians (CVT) has worked with him for 20 and 25 years. Combining training, experience and team work they add value to their work product. Despite long hours at the clinic which includes Wednesday evening appointments, Dr. Lee finds time for family, golf, Gators and civic involvement. He has been involved with girls and boys youth soccer, helped with “First Tee” youth golfing organization, volunteered time for Canine Companions for Independence, serves on the board of Veterinary Emergency Clinic and is a graduate of Leadership Lakeland Class VII. The Lakeland Area Chamber of Commerce would like to congratulate Edgewood Animal Clinic as the Small Business of the Month for January.
Edgewood Animal Clinic 1708 E. Edgewood Drive Lakeland, FL 33803-3412 (863) 688-8301 phone (863) 683-3499 fax Eclinic2@tampabay.rr.com
CORRECTION: In the January issue, Baron Realty, Inc. was incorrectly identified as the November Small Business of the Month. Baron Realty Inc. is the December 2009 Small Business of the Month.
e January Small Business of the Month Award was presented to Dr. David M. Lee, DVM, Edgewood Animal Clinic by Small Business of the Month Award Committee Member, Don Pickard (Pickard & Pickard Inc. REALTORS). Also on hand to receive the award were (pictured l. to r.) Sarah Johnson, Kay Southwick, Maryann Wnuk holding Annie the cat, Cindy Dawson, Karen Gunther and Christina Kurz.
Looking for a business or service?
Lakeland visitors and residents are encouraged to do business with Chamber members. Browse the Preferred Business Directory to locate the products and services you need. To view the directory, visit the Chamber’s Web site at:
The final Business & Breakfast of 2009 was hosted by the Estates at Carpenters at 1000 Carpenters Way. A beautiful room and stunning buffet welcomed members and guests in from the muggy December morning. Mr. Brian Robare, Director of Operations, offered words of welcome and tours to those in attendance.
Estates at Carpenters hosts December’s Business & Breakfast
Rusty Fox of Sandler Training provided a program to help navigate the sales process; this modified procedure has been developed to streamline the sales process to make buyer and seller more efficient. The members nodded in approval as Rusty went step-by-step through the right and wrong way the sales process often goes. Thanks to Rusty and Sandler Training for a very informative and entertaining program, and a special thanks to the Estates at Carpenters for their great hospitality.
Rusty Fox of Sandler Training explains typical sales process
Members enjoy a delicious breakfast and beautiful surroundings at the Estates at Carpenters
BUSINESS AND BREAKFAST
SAVANNAH COURT 6550 N SOCRUM LOOP ROAD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 7:30 A.M. ~ 9:00 A.M.
$5 Chamber Member ~ $15 Non-Member
Your R.S.V.P. is appreciated! Visit the Chamber Store at LakelandChamber.com to register and pay using your credit card or email psmith@LakelandChamber.com to register and pay at the door.
Fifth Third Bank & Stone Center host December Business After Hours
Fifth Third Bank & Stone Center welcomed Chamber members and guests into the newly remodeled Stone Center showroom at 2205 E Edgewood Drive. Cabinets and granite lined the walls decked with greens and reds. Since 2005, Fifth Third Bank has hosted the December Business After Hours event, making the transition from their downtown branch in 2008. With a smaller lobby and less parking, Market President Patrick Fagan decided to share the hosting opportunity with Fifth Third customers, building on the Chamber’s encouragement of members helping members. With plenty to eat and drink, members spent the evening networking, meeting new contacts, and dreaming of new kitchens and baths. Linda Harkins, with Fifth Third Processing Solutions, was the guest chef for the evening and prepared hot and cold appetizers and beautiful desserts for everyone to enjoy. There was a smile on every face, especially when it came time for door prizes. Thanks to AFLAC/Les Middleton, Balloons and Beyond, bd’s Mongolian Grill, Fifth Third Bank, & Progressive Communications for providing door prizes! If you’d like your company name listed in the Business After Hours highlights, be sure to bring a door prize to the next event! Special thanks to David, Patrick and their supportive teams for hosting such a beautiful event!
Patrick Fagan, Market President of Fi h
ird Bank & David Beck, President of Stone Center were on hand to welcome guests.
anks to AFLAC/Les Middleton, Balloons and Beyond, bd’s Mongolian Grill, Fi h ird Bank, & Progressive Communications for pro iding door prizes!
The Chamber would like to recognize and thank the following businesses for their long-standing support and loyalty.
20+ Years Renewals 1940 - 70 Years The Ledger 1944 - 66 Years Verizon 1950 - 60 Years Harrell's, Inc. 1953 - 57 years Sale Insurance Agency, Inc. 1955 - 55 years Stille Real Estate 1959 - 51 Years Fletcher Printing Co., Inc. 1962 - 48 Years Farm Credit of Central Florida, ACA 1965 - 45 Years James I. Black & Company 1966 - 44 Years Lakeland Eye Clinic 1967 - 43 Years Bright House Networks 1968 - 42 Years W.H. Alderman Plumbing Co. 1970 - 40 Years Lohr Enterprises Battery USA, Inc./Imperial Motor Parts 1972 - 38 Years Folsom Construction, Inc. 1973 - 37 Years Sligh Clinic of Chiropractic 1977 - 33 Years Lakeland Periodontics, Inc. 1982 - 28 Years Manpower, Inc. 1983 - 27 Years Emeritus at Lakeland 1984 - 26 Years Avon Leasing, Inc. Storage & Handling Equipment 1985 - 25 Years Lilley Air Conditioning, Inc. 1987 - 23 years Citrus Connection/Lkld Area Mass Transit Dist 1988 - 22 Years Munchel's Fine Jewelry, Inc. Central Pavers, Inc. Computer Merchandise Corp.(CMC) Stephen M. Martin, P.A. Taylor Rental Center 1989 - 21 Years CF Industries, Inc. Fleetwing Corporation Ross Vecchio, P.A. The Fearn Partnership, Inc. Victory Church 1990 - 20 Years Lakeland Regional Medical Center Foundation All-Brite Specialty Services, Inc. All About Signs & Service, Inc.
15 Year Renewals
Florida Handling Systems, Inc. Mike's Painting & Home Improvements, Inc. Computer Data Networks Partners, Inc. (CDN)
Hair Razors Salon, Inc. Florida Refuse Service Sunshine Pressure Cleaning, Inc.
e Chamber is proud to welcome 12 new members for December 2009
Through their membership in the Chamber, businesses invest in themselves and their community. We urge you to to “Buy Lakeland. It makes good cents!” by doing business with these new Chamber members. For the most up-to-date list of members, visit our on-line Preferred Business Directory at LakelandChamber.com!
Beltone Hearing Aid Center
103 W Highland Dr Lakeland, FL 33813-1540 (863) 294-8353 Fax: (863) 299-0334 www.beltone.com Hearing Aids Mr. Patrick Conlon 3525 Reynolds Road, #8 Lakeland, FL 33803-8372 (863) 666-6400 Fax: (863) 667-3216 Electric Contractors Gary & Pam Lee 201 N Kentucky Av Ste 200 Lakeland, FL 33801-4962 (863) 682-2771 Fax: (863) 686-3819 www.qualityhealthplan.com Insurance Sabiha Khan 101 Dunbar Ave Ste G Oldsmar, FL 34677-2975 (813) 855-3790 Fax: (815) 855-0485 www.raymow.com Landscaping Mr. Aaron Carlton Mr. Larry Latimer
Performance Electric and Design, Inc.
SERVPRO of Haines City / Polk City
HWE Enterprises, LLC, dba ComForcare Senior Services
1643 Williamsburg Square Lakeland, FL 33803-4279 (863) 825-6008 Fax: (863) 825-6008 www.comforcare.com Home Health Care Mr. Howard Ellis, Jr.
Quality Health Plans, Inc.
6039 Cypress Gardens Blvd, Ste 502 Winter Haven, FL 33884-4115 (863) 236-3553 Fax: (863) 236-3556 Cleaning - Water & Smoke Damage Mr. George Hernandez
Shoot Straight Lakeland, LLC
230 N Lake Parker Ave Lakeland, FL 33801-2167 (863) 937-8021 Fax: (863) 937-9301 www.shootstraightlakeland.com Guns-Retail Mr. Steve Brown PO Box 50397 Ft. Myers, FL 33994-0397 (863) 675-0925 Fax: (239) 693-6550 www.tempcopestcontrol.com Pest Control Mr. Gary Sawyer
Joni Finkbeiner Photography, Inc.
723 S Missouri Ave Lakeland, FL 33815-4737 (863) 687-8986 Fax: (863) 284-2681 www.finkbeinerphotography.com Photography Ms. Joni Finkbeiner
Raymow Enterprises, Inc.
Tempco Pest Control, Inc.
New Egg Investments
402 S Kentucky Ave., Ste 125 Lakeland, FL 33801 (863) 812-4290 Fax: (866) 213-1985 www.newegginvestments.com Investments Mr. Arthur Roy
110 E Pine St Lakeland, FL 33801-4965 (863) 603-7369 Fax: (866) 336-9768 www.thercsigroup.com Employee Benefits Mr. Michael R. Martens
The RCSI Group
Weber Environmental Services, Inc.
5935 State Road 542 West Winter Haven, FL 33880-5128 (863) 551-1820 Fax: (863) 551-1639 www.weberes.com Landscaping Mr. Kenneth Weber
DECEMBER TOURISM INQUIRIES
During the month of December, our Visitor Information Center assisted hundreds of individuals, answering questions pertaining to Chamber member businesses and the Lakeland community. Walk-in Visitors..................................263 Relocation Response Mailings................4 Relocation Response (Walk In).............17 Accommodations...................................0 Winter Accommodations .......................0 Visitor Information Mailings ...................3 Visitor Center E-mail Inquiries...............81
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
2009 Annual Meeting, 5:30 p.m. The Lakeland Center Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, February 2
Business & Breakfast, 7:30 a.m. Savannah Court 6550 N Socrum Loop Rd
Thursday, February 11
Business After Hours, 5:30 p.m. Galloways Flooring Warehouse 2145 E Edgewood Dr
Thursday, February 18
64th Annual Tiger BBQ, 6:00 p.m. Joker Marchant Stadium 2301 Lakeland Hills Blvd
Thursday, February 25
Small Business of the Month Committee Meeting, 11:45 a.m.
Monday, February 1
EMERGE Lakeland Steering Committee Meeting, 3:45 p.m.
Monday, February 8
Government Affairs Committee Meeting, 8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, February 10
Leadership Lakeland Health Care Day
Thursday, February 11
Wednesday, February 17
Executive Committee Meeting 4:00 p.m.
Lakeland Area Chamber Foundation Board of Directors Meeting, 4:00 p.m.
Monday, February 22
Board of Directors Meeting Noon Lakeland Yacht and Country Club 929 Lake Hollingsworth Drive
Wednesday, February 24
FHSAA State Sporting Events a Slam Dunk For Lakeland’s Economy!
Lakeland has enjoyed being the home to The Florida High School Sports Athletic Association (FHSAA) State Volleyball, Wrestling and the Boys’ and Girls’ Basketball Championship Finals for many years now. Each year, these high school teams from across the state battle for their respective state titles at the Lakeland Center. They bring thousands of fans, media, coaches, scouts and supporters to the area with them. The real winners are the area merchants, hotels, and restaurants as millions of dollars are spent throughout Polk County during these games. Please strive to offer exceptional service and warm hospitality ensuring our visiting guests leave Lakeland with enjoyable memories in addition to their exciting competition at The Lakeland Center! Let’s make their Florida Finals uniquely Lakeland memorable! The upcoming dates are: • FHSAA State Wrestling Finals: February 18-20, 2010 • FHSAA Girls State Basketball Finals: February 24-27, 2010 • FHSAA Boys State Basketball Finals: March 3-6, 2010
CommUnity Celebration ‘10 World renowned artist to speak at event
Carlos Luna was born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in 1969. In 1991, age 22, he had the opportunity to fulfill the desire of his grandmother. Her request to him in 1979, when he was 9 years old was “as soon as you have the opportunity, swear to us, that you will get out of Cuba. Don’t look back. Swear it!” Carlos Luna’s opportunity came from the University of Mexico, where he was invited to study art. He now lives in freedom in Florida with his wife and three children. Carlos is now a world renowned artist. He has had solo exhibitions in Puebla, Mexico; Long Beach, California; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Chicago, Illinois; and in Lakeland, Florida. He’s won many awards for his work including the Alien of Extraordinary Ability Immigrant Visa which affords him permanent residence in the United States. We hope you’ll come to hear the story of his family’s life in Cuba and the overwhelming obstacles that he overcame to enjoy the freedom in this country. His grandparents, his aunts and uncles, and his parents suffered under the dictatorships of Batista and Castro. Relatives were killed and tortured. They had their land and possessions taken from them. His family’s story is one of great courage and determination which serves as an inspiration to all those who hear it. We hope you’ll take advantage of this incredible opportunity to hear Mr. Luna’s tell his story and his feelings about America. Carlos Luna is one of the stories featured in Teresa Martinez's recently published book Success in Exile: Five Decades of Cuban Stories.
When: March 18, 2010 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Doors open at 11:00 a.m.
in the community. We hope you will come to learn, to socialize, to laugh, to be encouraged and to gain an renewed respect for all of our differences which make Lakeland such a rich community.
Where: The Lakeland Center-Exhibit Hall Cost : Corporate Table: $350 Individual Tickets: $25
The CommUnity Celebration is an event that inspires optimism and encouragement. It provides you and your employees with a positive environment with other like-minded business leaders
Make your reservations now to the CommUnity Celebration by calling:
(863) 688-8551 Ext. 228
For more information, please see the flyer in this edition of the Forum for Business Monthly.
PRESENTING SPONSORS: FOCUS Magazine, GEICO, Publix Super Markets, Inc., and WONN/WPCV/WLKF/WWRZ Radio
FEBRUARY MEMBERS ON THE MOVE
Keith and Schnars, P.A. Keith and Schnars, P.A., Engineers, Planners, and Surveyors, is pleased to announce that John N. “Jack” Breed, Vice President, is serving as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida, teaching a senior course in Geomatics, the Practice of Surveying and Mapping. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Thomas G. Pate, CLU, ChFC, CASL has been awarded a professional designation in the field of long-term care, Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC). The program is independent of the insurance industry and focuses on providing insurance professionals the tools they need. Danielle Fence Mfg Co, Inc. Proudly announces that Todd Weihmeir will assume the management and promotional responsibilities for their new 20,000 sq. ft. Outdoor Design Center opening in March 2010. As part of his new role, Todd will coordinate the introduction of 25 new product lines. Proudly announces that Jeff Vikari will be transitioning from his role as Director of Marketing to lead the Commercial Sales Group initially focused on the New Home Construction market. The addition of the complete outdoor living products line offers endless opportunities to our builder partners. CPS Investment Advisors Bryan Mau, Regional Director of Retirement Services for CPS Investment Advisors was selected 2009 New Resident “Who’s Who of Central Florida”. Bryan was selected for his numerous hours volunteering for many different not-forprofit organizations and serves on several boards in the area. Bryan Mau joined CPS Investment Advisors in September of last year after he and his family relocated from New Hampshire. Perpetual Technology Solutions Has successfully achieved the Microsoft Security Solutions Competency. The Security Solutions Competency is designed to recognize the unique skills and requirements of partners specializing in delivering security-based solutions. Alliance for Independence Is proud to welcome Javier Marin to its Board of Directors – Javier is the VP and Manager of the Downtown SunTrust Branch. He is very interested in helping organizations with a strong mission & serving the community.
The Lakeland Chamber prints business announcements each month as space permits. Please mail your announcements to the Chamber or e-mail: membersonthemove@LakelandChamber.com
Bank of Central Florida Paul Noris, President and CEO of Bank of Central Florida announced Joseph Furnari III has joined the bank as Executive Vice President/Retail Banking Executive. Mr. Furnari was most recently City President with Wachovia Bank.
Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate Commissioned Painting “Peace River Woodies” by Famed Nature Artist, Thomas Brooks added to The Saunders Collection: Natural Lands of Florida.
Florida Southern College CaptainU, a national recruiting service for college-bound student-athletes, has named Florida Southern among the Hottest Softball Colleges of 2009. The December rankings cover all three NCAA Division. The School of Business and Economics at Florida Southern College announces an innovative master of business administration (MBA) degree program. The full-time, accelerated 16-month program will begin in August 2010. Cipher Integrations Don Kane of Cipher Integrations has completed a certification assessing his knowledge of installing, configuring, and administering Microsoft Windows Operating Systems and is now recognized as a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).
The following company recently celebrated a ribbon cutting in the month of December. See the photos on our Web site at LakelandChamber.com.
The Salvation Army Christmas Center
3043 Drane Field Road, Suite 1, Lakeland, FL 33811 (863) 581-7101
RIBBON CUTTING THANK YOU
Special thanks to retiring Mayor Buddy Fletcher and newly elected Mayor Gow Fields and all the board members and Chamber Champions who truly make these ceremonies a special event.
If yours has not been delivered yet or if you need additional copies, please stop by the Chamber and pick them up.
e 2010 Buyer's Guides have arrived!
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