Congratulations to Newly Elected
Board Officers and Members for 2020
Dear Daly City / Colma Chamber of Commerce Members,

At the May 2020 board meeting, the board nominated and elected four board executive officers and nine board members to serve on the Daly City / Colma Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors for the upcoming year.  Congratulations to   Manny Reburiano , Allstate Insurance , elected to serve as President of the Daly City / Colma Board of Directors; Ross Sit of Realty One Group Infinity , elected as 1st Vice President; Rebecca Husted , of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, J.F. Finnegan Realtors , was elected to serve as 2nd Vice President and CFO; Marie Villarosa Serramonte Center was elected to serve the Chamber as Secretary of the Board and John Hui , Skylawn Memorial Park, who serves the Chamber as our I mmediate Past President.
Congratulations to the following business executives who were elected and agreed to serve on the board of the Daly City / Colma Chamber of Commerce:   Dustin Chase , Lucky Chances Casino;  Bill Chiang , PG&E,  Monica Devincenzi, Republic Services; Spencer Holeman , Holeman & Associates; Steve House , Budget Blinds ; Caryl B. Mulchand, Cypress Lawn Cemetery; Eleanor Serrato , City Toyota Daly City;  Lizette Tran , Chase Bank; and Tiffney Ung, Olivet Memorial Hall. Click here to see Board roster.
T he strength of the board of directors is a positive reflection on what we have achieved and the role we play in the Colma and Daly City business community. The Daly City / Colma Chamber is dedicated to business and committed to promoting the City of Daly City and the Town of Colma as an excellent place to do business. Chamber members engage in such valuable activities as meeting to exchange ideas, forming new business contacts, solving mutual problems, lending support and planning for the future growth of the business community.
New COVID-19 Resources from the US Chamber
Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loan Forgiveness Guide
Under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), loans may be forgiven if borrowers use the funds to maintain their payrolls and pay other specified expenses.  Click here  to download this step-by-step guide to calculate your loan forgiveness amount, navigate record-keeping requirements, and determine repayment terms on amounts not forgiven. We hope you will share this new guide with your members.

Reopening Business Digital Resources Center
New Resource Added!
Last week, as part of the Path Forward initiative, the U.S. Chamber unveiled its  Reopening Business Digital Resources Center  to equip America's business community with the latest state guidelines, sector-specific guidance, small business advice, and other tools and resources as we look to reopen safely and keep employees and customers healthy and informed.
Now, the resources center also includes a  customizable workplace flyer  to help you and your members communicate the steps your company is taking to keep them safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19 to employees and customers.

Reopening Business Digital Resources Center Toolkit
In addition to the Reopening Business Digital Resources Center, and as you and your members face new questions and unprecedented new challenges, the U.S. Chamber has also created a comprehensive  toolkit  of key messages, example posts, and social media graphics for you to utilize while sharing the tools and resources with your local business communities and networks. 
Small Business Reopening Playbook
Now Available in Spanish! 
Click here  to view the U.S. Chamber's new  Small Business Reopening Playbook  which provides in-depth information and resources for you and your members as you plan and prepare to reopen and get back to work.
Considering that reopening strategies will largely depend on the state and business type, this guide has consolidated federal, state, and local guidelines, industry specific resources, insights and strategies from leading experts, and more.
The playbook is now available to download in Spanish— click here   to learn more.

Chamber Chatter
In compliance with the updated San Mateo County Health Shelter in Place Order, your Chamber office is staffed from 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday 355 Gellert Blvd. Suite 138, Daly City, CA 94015 . However, in keeping with Safe Business Practices, please do not plan to just drop in - i t is best to email or call. The San Mateo County Health Officer currently requires residents to shelter in place and wear a face covering outside the home.
Questions About San Mateo County Orders, Shelter in in Place? And County Services Impacted by COVID-19? Visit the links below for the latest news and updates:

Stay Healthy. Stay Safe.
Rebecca Husted
2nd Vice President and CFO
Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate,
J.F. Finnegan Realtors
March 24, 2020