Chamber Members-
As I type, the backdrop of a spectacular sunset at Pebble Creek Golf Course gives me pause to think about how golf has affected my life in a positive way over the years. There have been so many great memories with business clients, friends, and family members at courses local and across the country. I began playing when I was just 12 years old, that was 48 years and over 1000 rounds ago. 

We have two wonderful golf courses in the Colerain Chamber. Pebble Creek, which has hosted a variety of events including our most recent Awards Dinner, our April Women’s networking luncheon and our growing golf league on Wednesday evenings. We also have Clovernook Country Club as a member. Clovernook is a well-established and amazing private club that will host our upcoming May Women’s networking luncheon, as well as our Third Thursday New Member Reception on May 19th. I hope all of you can come out and experience Clovernook if you haven’t done so already, but more importantly welcome our newest members with open arms. 

Most of you have heard by now that the vintage 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings are coming to Colerain Park on July 3rd to play the “Colerain Chamber All-Stars”. Baseball is also a passion of mine, having attended my first game at Wrigley Field in Chicago in the summer of 1969, one hundred years after the first professional game here in Cincinnati. This will be a charity event supporting several of our non-profit members in the process and giving back to the community on one of our special holiday weekends.

I grew up just a few hundred yards away from harness racing in Chicago as well. Why does that matter you ask? Well…Miami Valley Gaming (long-standing chamber member) was a spectacular host for our Third Thursday last week. Those individuals that were able to ride in the pace truck on the track with the horses, had an experience of a lifetime! Thank you to Laura and Christina for being wonderful hosts! 

Finally, the FC Cincinnati soccer team will host a group of Colerain Chamber members for an outing next week on Star Wars night (May the Fourth be with you!) and we look forward to sharing an evening of celebration & relationship building one header or corner kick at a time. FC Cincinnati owner Jeff Berding was one of our Hometown Heroes a couple of years ago and the new TQL stadium is a wonderful venue! 

I’m thankful for sports in my life and glad that many of you can appreciate how and where sports can intersect our Chamber of Commerce. If you've been unable to attend events or participate because of your child's softball, baseball, soccer, gymnastics or other events, that's where you need to be; however, if you’ve been able to carve out some time and are wondering where to plug in, be sure to check out all of our events including our Hometown Hero celebration on June 16th at Willow Event Center. That night, I can guarantee a wonderful evening of food trucks, beverages of all kinds (bourbon taste testing for all this year), games, silent auction & raffles (including a Wheelbarrow of Cheer) along with some new & special surprises.    

If you are happy with your chamber experience, please be sure to tell a friend about the Colerain Chamber or bring them to an event. We are excited about the summer options for everyone and hope you are able to plug in where you can.  


Dave Moravec


The Colerain Chamber of Commerce membership is quite diverse bringing together local businesses, non-profit organizations, schools, and governmental bodies. Please share this with your team and others interested in looking for involvement in the community.  


Located in the heart of Cincinnati Ohio, the Enclave is a blend of style and creativity. The Enclave caters to private events, weddings, product launches, meetings, exhibitions and filming. No matter the function, we are the ideal event space rental!


Located at Colerain Commons in the former US Bank location, owner Alan Stein brings 'The #1 Cheesesteak in the World' to our community! Stay tuned for Grand Openind details and hopefully you can attend the ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday! (see below)


Nepali language class, art class and karate class.

'Illiteracy has many causes. We pursue close relationships with elementary schools and night schools to reach people with learning disabilities as early as possible and offer assistance.'

'Marine Veteran with 4 years of successful service. Now as a Licensed Insurance Agent with HealthMarkets, I serve Individuals, families and small groups with their Health, Life, Medicare and Supplemental Insurance needs. I personally meet with my clients in person or virtual/phone to understand your needs and provide guidance and solutions, while customizing a personalized protection plan for your unique situation.'

'Outdoor Home Solutions is newly established. We are looking to be your one stop shop for many of your outdoor maintenance needs. Whether its cleaning the green algea from your roof, the green mildew from your siding, cleaning gutters, repainting your house or stripping and painting your back deck, we are dedicated to helping you. Your satisfaction and approval will always be our highest priority.'
JUNE 16, 2022


2022 Honorees
Honorable Judge Ralph "Ted" Winkler - Hamilton County Probate & Adoption
Josh Stout - Local Community Leader, Artist, and Urban Muralist
Larry Shad - Local Historian & Korean War Veteran
Don "DR" Rice - Vietnam Veteran
Robert "Bob" Dolan - 105 year old WWII Veteran

📢 Promote your business and be
recognized across the community! 📢

Sponsorships Availalble
Platinum Sponsorship - $5000.00  
  Gold Sponsorship - $3000.00
  Silver & Food Truck Sponsorship - $1250.00 
  Dessert or Bar Sponsorship - $1000.00
  Event Sponsorship - $500.00

👉 NEW in 2022-  Basket Sponsorship
No charge to promote your business
Simply provide a themed basket with value of $100 or more
and promote your business - Baskets will be used in this year's silent auction.
For more information contact Dave Moravec or phone: 513.923.5036.

🎟 Early Bird Registration through the end of business on June 8th. 🎟
Ticket Pricing after June 8th, add $10.00/ticket 

All tickets include:
  Admission into the event
  2 drink tickets (Wine, Beer, Soft Drinks) 
  3 food tickets to be used at the food trucks

All tickets also include: Bourbon Tasting Station
👉 NEW in 2022 - Specialty Seltzer Tasting Station 

$60.00 per person - Colerain Chamber Members
$70.00 per person - Non-Members
$20.00 per person - First Responders, Police, Fire or EMS Personnel

Ticket pricing for Colerain Chamber Members applies to spouses & employees, as well as all sponsors.

Owner- Alan Stein
Northbrook Neighborhood Cleanup Day
Saturday, May 21, 2022

Northbrook Shopping Center
9527 Pippin Road

Colerain Residents: We are now able to accept 4 tires/household (not mounted car, SUV, and light truck) with proof of residency.

Northbrook Residents: Bring your junk and televisions to Northbrook Shopping Center on May 21st from 9-3pm.
Proof of residency required
Colerain Chamber of Commerce Members Partners with NWLSD to Reward Teachers and Bus Drivers

Colerain Chamber of Commerce has coordinated with NWLSD to promote an incentive for their teachers and bus drivers who are challenged this time of year.

⭐This month's incentives come from local Chamber members: Buds, Red Squirrel, and Blust Motor Service, Inc.
Each month (January to May), a drawing will be held across all 11 buildings and a winner will be selected (+ one bus driver) for a gift from various chamber members. Thank you to all Chamber members who have/ will participate in this partnership!

Make sure to follow us on social media to see each month's winners!
SCORE Ohio and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) host the In-Demand Jobs Webinar on May 3rd from 1-2pm

Struggling to find good employees? Find out why you should make second-chance hiring part of your corporate culture.

The skills of individuals released from incarceration span many industries: Construction trades, Customer Service Certifications, Welders, Horticulture, Solar Energy, and many more! Whether the company is a second-chance employer or seeking avenues to reach their staffing levels, this webinar will be beneficial in learning more about hiring restored citizens.


Chamber President and Members Participate in Community Reading and Egg Hunt Event

On Friday April 8th, Colerain Chamber member, Cyndy Rees of the Council for a Strong America - Ready Nation coordinated a reading event and fun egg hunt at Total Quality Childcare (also chamber member) owned and managed by Ryna Rajagopal here in Colerain. Pictured reading to the pre-school age students is Colerain Chamber President Dave Moravec and State Representative Cindy Abrahms (29th District). 
Cyndy Rees and Cindy Abrams have been strong supporters of educational efforts across the state and wonderful advocates on behalf of the work across the Colerain community.

The Colerain Chamber Golf League is in Full Swing!

The Colerain Chamber Golf League meets each Wednesday for social golf in a competitive 9 hole format; men and women are encouraged to play.

The league runs for 18 weeks at Pebble Creek Golf Course with tee times beginning around 4:45pm each Wednesday.    

In addition to weekly regular players, additional players will be able to sign up as weekly "alternate" positions that will be assigned based on available week to week. Every skill level is welcome, this is social completion with play intended to meet each playing level.

  • Alternate players will either be assigned on the playing day depending.
  • This is intended to be a social league with an opportunity to network with other members of the Colerain Chamber community.
  • Players are matched up differently each week to allow for maximum networking and variety.
  • Non-chamber members are welcome to participate.

Please sign up early! Contact Dave Moravec at 309-838-1947 or with any questions.
TUESDAY, MAY 10 | 12:00PM-1:30PM

Clovernook Country Club
2035 W. Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45239

This popular group meets the second Tuesday of each month!

Come join us - We're sharing our experiences and talking about topics that affect working women.

Please RSVP to the Colerain Chamber by Monday May 9th so we know you are joining us.

New and Prospective Chamber Members are always welcome, so bring along someone that you think could benefit from being a Chamber member!
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 | 9:00AM - 10:00AM


The Sales Summit concept brings together sales professionals from the business to business (B2B) and business to consumer (B2C) marketplaces to look at sales from a human to human perspective (H2H).

Led by chamber member Scott Marston (Cincinnati Benefits Solution) and chamber president Dave Moravec, this monthly gathering gives salespeople the opportunity to learn from one another, share leads, and further the profession of sales.

FREE to Chamber Members and invited non-chamber member guests!

For Registration and Zoom Info
Sponsored By:
Steve Loechtenfeld and Amerifirst
THURSDAY, MAY 19 | 5:00PM - 7:30PM

Clovernook Country Club
2035 W. Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, OH 45239

Have you had a chance to meet all of our new members? Here's your chance! May's Third Thursday Networking event is a New Member Reception!

Our Third Thursday Networking format changes each month, and this month is a special recognition for new members of the chamber over the last year.

Please come out and welcome all the new members that have recently joined. During the COVID-19 period, over 110 new businesses have joined the Colerain Chamber of Commerce! Who will be next? We're planning a fun outdoor patio event (first drink tickets and appetizers are provided without charge), and a wonderful evening.

You are encouraged to drop by at 5:00pm - 7:30pm to check it out. 

Be sure to let the location manager know you're there with the Colerain Chamber!

Hosted by Side By Side
MONDAY, MAY 23 | 5:30PM - 9:00PM

12172 Huntergreen Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45251

Dinner and Drinks provided by Susan & Dave Bennett (Thrivent) and the event will benefit the Pray-Hope-Believe Foundation and Young Life.

We will feature a Euchre tournament for those with Game! There will be three divisions with prizes:
  • Rookies
  • Remind me of the Rules
  • Expert

Donations will be accepted at the event for one or both non-profit organizations. Representatives from both organizations will be providing additional information about their respective programs.
Kathie Smith- Sibcy Cline
TUESDAY, MAY 31 | 4:45PM - 6:30PM

Snow's Lakeside Tavern

The Emerging Leaders of Colerain (generally 21-40 yr old demographic) continue to host a networking event each month at a fun and lively locations like Buffalo Wild Wings or Snow's Lakeside Tavern...this month at Snow's with guest leader Kathie Smith from SibcyCline Reators.

If you are a young professional, looking to connect with other like-minded leaders in the community, this is your chance to do so.

“Emerging Leaders of Colerain fosters the young entrepreneurial spirit by offering opportunities for networking, mentorship, education, and leadership development. We strive to challenge each other with our diverse perspectives while working together to bring growth to the surrounding Colerain business community.”

Come out and make a new friend and business connection, have some laughs and learn more about this dynamic group. Feel free to bring a friend or coworker as a way to introduce them to the group. 

Are you a seasoned leader and want to give back?Consider volunteering to be one of our guest leaders.
Please contact Mark Moser at (513)484-1529 for more info.


Cincinnati Redstockings vs
The Colerain Chamber All-Stars
⚾ JULY 3rd - 1:00pm
(Rain date July 4th - 4:00pm)

Pray Hope Believe * Team Up to Green Up
People Working Cooperatively
Side By Side * Kiwanis Key Clubs
e-Life Student Ministries * Clippard YMCA
Envision Children * High Achievers Aim High 
Colerain Historical Society

Where: Colerain Park, behind Colerain Elementary School
11:30am - Non-Profit Expo
11:30am - Kids Vintage Baseball Clinic (all kids welcome)
1:00pm - National Anthem and First Pitch

Followed by Township Festivities & Fireworks that evening

What did professional baseball look like in Cincinnati in 1869? Brothers George and Harry Wright ruled the ball field, leading the 1869 Red Stockings to an undefeated season that spanned the United States. Players wore no gloves, and the uniforms and rules of the game were a bit different from what you'll see at Great American Ball Park today.

The Reds Hall of Fame and Museum's 1869 Red Stockings vintage baseball team endeavors to bring this history to life through various events and activities that further its mission, expose that history and vintage baseball to new audiences, and bring attention to the Reds Hall of Fame, while engaging Reds fans everywhere.

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Sign-Up and commit your business to becoming a liter free area
Adopt-A-Block and volunteer to preserve the beauty and cleanliness of a street or block
Donate for Street Trees to help add street trees to Colerain Township

Businesses across the Colerain community face unprecedented challenges from cash-flow to workforce, expansion plans & facilities management to sales hurdles. Do these business challenges keep you awake or increase your anxiety? Sometimes wouldn't you just like to have a professional to talk you through the options or provide some guidance? But where do you turn?

The Growth Forum is made up of progressive minded consultants looking to help you and your business in a variety of ways. There will be additional forums in various settings including After Hours with a Twist (pictures below) where we learned through insightful discussion led by Tim Rohling. The Growth Forum will also be leading the discussion about Succession Planning & Business Continuity at the March 17th Third Thursday event. Be sure to watch for opportunities to plug-in as we continue to grow in 2022. Relevant topics and high energy engagements for the purpose of helping you sustaining a growth path will be abundant.
If you are interested in more participating with or engaging in this forum, contact Dave Moravec who can provide additional details and schedule the time accordingly.
April 21- Third Thursday-Off To The Races!

What a terrific Third Thursday event! Held at chamber member Miami Valley Gaming, chamber members won the chance to ride in the pace truck on the track just a few feet from the horses.

Special thanks to Laura and Christina as our wonderful hosts for the evening! The entire staff made us feel welcomed and appreciated. The food was amazing and "the Wizard " stopped by several times to offer his tips and tricks.
Member Plaques for Longstanding Members

Chamber members that joined before 2019 may have already received a new plaque for their place of business. These plaques represent a special THANK YOU to our longstanding and foundational members (those initially joining in 2014) for five or more years as a member of the Colerain Chamber.

42 original members remain from 2014. All of them were instrumental in getting this organization off the ground. We have increased to over 220 organizational members thanks to the welcoming approach each of you has taken.

Pictured is Dave Moravec handing the plaque to Kiwanis Club President Mike Kahsar who has been active since 2017.

April 12- Women's Networking Luncheon
Pebble Creek

A special thanks to all those who attended, including Chamber President, Dave Moravec!

Make sure to join us on May 10th at Clovernook Country Club!

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We are specifically looking for businesses that would like to sponsor the following events:

Third Thursday: $300
(July, & August)

Emerging Leaders Sponsor - $500
(This is a new sponsorship opportunity for the remainder of 2022)  

Women's Networking Sponsor - $100
(May, Aug, Oct, Dec )

Sales Summit Sponsor - $500
(for the remainder of 2022)

Hometown Hero Sponsor
(Various opportunities available)

Talk to Dave Moravec for more details!


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Do you have promotional items that you'd like to share with new and prospective members?

As you may know, we put together packets on a regular basis and we are currently in need of more items.

Please provide 25-50-100 items that will go into our promotional bag. Contact Debi or Dave directly and they can stop by to pick them up or connect with you.
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