Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau Newsletter
Week of January 16, 2017 
Welcome  New Members

To learn more about these
 Chamber member businesses, 
visit their websites.
Jason Wolenik
Nicky Lecher
ONEHOPE Wine
Miriam Lattanzi
and Solano
Sharon Zeppegno
Amen Clinics Inc
Kathy Rodriguez-Abbott
Elements Massage
Monica Hahn
Face It

By  Lizzie Davey | December 19, 2016

Is your Facebook page reach declining? Looking for other ways to connect with Facebook fans and customers? Creating a community for your business can help you reach your target audience more consistently than relying on a Facebook page alone.In this article, you'll discover how to build and promote a community on Facebook to let you engage with your target audience. Click Here
On the Road to China
 Shanghai & Beijing!
Back by popular demand. The Walnut Creek Chamber is heading back to China! Join us as we visit the cities of Beijing and Shanghai.  For a trip brochure,  Click here To ask for more information, call the Chamber and ask for Lynn Pauline. (925) 934-2007.

Deals & Steals

 


What's Happening?



Back Home Again
A New Musical Featuring
 the Songs of John Denver
 
1601 Civic Drive
LIMITED ENGAGEMENT 
 January 11-21 
For a Peak at Rehersal

More information, click here.

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The State of Your City
State of the City Luncheon  
Monday, January 30 
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Walnut Creek Marriott
2355 N. Main Street
Tickets : $55*/person 
(If purchased by January 20*;
 $65 thereafter.)

To make reservations;  click here


You are invited to the  State of the City Luncheon  presented by the  Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau  in partnership with the  City of Walnut Creek with support from Walnut Creek Marriott Hotel, F&M Bank, and AT&T.

Mayor of Walnut Creek Rich Carlston and  Linda Rimac Colberg, Chair of the Walnut Creek Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau  will review the current status of Walnut Creek and discuss what's ahead for the coming year. This annual luncheon offers a unique networking opportunity and is always a sell-out.  Reservations are required Tickets:
 $55.00 / person if purchased by January 20; $65.00/person thereafter.
Space is limited. Reservations Required. 

Going, Going, Gone
The 2017 East Bay Women's Conference is now sold out. As seats sometimes become available, please call the Chamber office   to be added to the wait list. (925) 934-2007.

A limited number of Exhibit Booth spaces remain. Don't be disappointed, reserve your spot today.

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
We Couldn't Do It Without You.
 
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Up Close and Personal
Reserve Your Booth Space Now in the EBWC Exhibit Hall
Space is limited.
To reserve a space in the 
EBWC Exhibit Hall,  Click Here

Click Here  for  Exhibitor brochure

Access to nearly 600 women who are the leaders 
and decision-makers in their business and communities
Business listing in full color Conference program
Business listing and website link on Chamber website
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Ring in the New Year with a BASH
Chamber New Year Networking BASH

Chamber Business And Social Hour
Thursday, January 26 | 5:30 - 7:00pm
Heritage Bank of Commerce
101 Ygnacio Valley Road, Ste. 100,Walnut Creek

Please join us as we ring in the New Year with a Chamber B.A.S.H. hosted by Heritage Bank of Commerce. Our hosts plan an evening that will kick off 2017 in grand style and in the spirit of the occasion. The Chamber B.A.S.H. is always a great place to make important business connections, hear first-hand what's going on in the community, and meet with chamber members, and other business leaders. See you there! This event is FREE to all Walnut Creek Chamber Members . Non-member price is $10.00 (cash only) Please bring your business cards. TO REGISTER,   CLICK HERE  
Water Works
Central Contra Costa
Sanitary District
Citizens Academy

Ever wonder what happens to water when  it goes down the drain? The Central Contra  Costa Sanitary District Citizens Academy  will provide a behind-the-scenes look at  one of your community's core services, the  wastewater industry. This FREE course is  a rare glimpse into how used water is  treated, then gains new life. Click here for program information and application.  If you have any questions, email academy@centralsan.org or call 925-229-7390
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