Midway Avenues Newsletter August 15,
September Monthly Luncheon: Scott Burns
Scott co-founded GovDelivery in a Saint Paul basement in 2000. From there, the company grew to 250 professionals across four offices in the U.S. and Europe. After he sold GovDelivery in 2016, the 41-year old co-founded a new company, Structural, earlier this year. Learn about Scott's business success story, and his involvement in the City of Saint Paul's Innovation Cabinet.
1225 Estabrook Dr.
St. Paul, MN 55108
Wednesday, September 20
11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.
Thank you to our Sponsor:
August Monthly Membership Luncheon-
Bonnie Alton, Great Harvest Bread Company
Join us in August for our membership meeting, featuring Bonnie Alton, owner of Great Harvest Bread Company.
Bonnie launched Saint Paul's Great Harvest Bread Company on Grand Avenue in March of 1994 and immediately began building relationships with other small business owners and neighbors.
In 2004, Great Harvest moved to a bigger location on Selby Avenue.
More than two decades since launching her business, Bonnie remains dedicated to the guiding principles that she established from the beginning and takes pride in being "the neighborhood bread store." She tackles the challenges of small business ownership head on, and continues to learn and grow. L
earn what makes a successful business from Bonnie and her 23 years of experience running Great Harvest.
Wednesday, August 16- TOMORROW
11:30 a.m.- 1 p.m.
University of Minnesota Continuing Education & Conference Center
1890 Buford Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108
Thank you to our sponsor:
2017-2018 Luncheon Passes are Here
All Access Luncheon Pass Benefits
Your pass may be applied to any of our 12 Luncheon Meetings & Summits(July-June)
- Includes 1/2 day events like Economic Development, Leadership and Legislative Summits
- Passes can be used for multiple attendees to the same luncheon or to invite guests
- Your office can share the same pass.
- Save time by not paying for each individual lunch. Hassle-free!
Save time and money, sign up today!
Special offer ends September 30, 2017
You may purchase HERE, at an event or call the Chamber office at 651-646-2636.
If you already paid for July or August's luncheon, this amount will be applied to the pass you choose.
Learn how to manage your Weight, Gain Lean Muscle and Improve your Health through better Nutrition.
Lifetime Legacy Nutrition
1051 Selby Ave.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
All of Podiumwear's products are made in their St. Paul facility. This simple fact means a great deal to all of them.
In an era when the vast majority of apparel is made in large factories overseas, they have made it a priority to keep production at home. Podiumwear offers clothing for bicyclists, skiiers, runners and ultimate.
Reid and Jessica Lutter
2408 Territorial Road
Saint Paul, MN 55114
Economic Development Meeting: Downtown Projects
Kick off the 2017-2018 Economic Development program with this timely event focusing on development in downtown Saint Paul
The September Economic Development meeting will include updates on the Treasure Island Center / Tria Rink,
Osborn370 (formerly the Ecolab Corporate Center) & more.
- Tanya Bell, Grand Real Estate Advisors
- Saint Paul Port Authority
- Pat Wolf, Commercial Real Estate Services, Inc.
Please join us for a tour of Treasure Island Center and see first hand the remarkable renovation from Macy's to a
state of the art practice facility for the MN Wild and event space.
Closed toe shoes are required for the tour.
370 North Wabash Street
St. Paul, MN 55102
Tuesday, September 26
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., tour of Treasure Island Center to follow
This is a free event that includes lunch, but please RSVP to save your spot.
Thank you to our sponsor:
Read the Star Tribune article on the Osborn370 development
Mendoza Law, LLC
How long have you been a member of the Midway Chamber of Commerce?
I have been a member of the Chamber for approximately 2 1/2 years.
What aspect of being a member do you find the most beneficial?
Meeting wonderful new people and getting to know Midway businesses better.
Why did you decide to join the Ambassador Committee?
I decided to join as a way for me to represent the Chamber and the initiatives it puts forth for the Midway area. Additionally, it helps me expand my network.
How do you like to spend your time outside of work?
Travel, reading cooking, art endeavors, watching baseball and spending time with my family.
We're looking for a few good men & women to join our Ambassador committee
To welcome new members to the Chamber, to encourage new member participation in networking and promotion opportunities, and to represent the Chamber at community functions and new business openings.
As the public relations arm of the Midway Chamber of Commerce, Ambassadors are often the first contact for new and prospective members. Encouraged to select the most effective activities to meet their personal and professional objectives. All of the activities can be conveniently worked into your schedule.
- Attend Ribbon Cuttings for new organizations within the Midway area.
- Greeters and Table Hosts at Monthly Membership Luncheons -
- Delivery of membership packets that are distributed to new and renewing members.
This is a great way to connect with members. We would love to have a part of this fun group.
The Chamber is Paperless
The Midway Chamber of Commerce is switching to electronic billing beginning
What does this mean? I am happy you asked:
- Invoices will be generated as usual, but delivered to your inbox as opposed to your mail box
- Making a payment is easy! You can pay online by choosing "click here" found at the bottom of your email, follow the directions located at the bottom of your invoice which will be attached to your email, call the office with your credit card information or send us a check via USPS
- If you prefer billing to go to a specific person within your organization, please provide that information to us
- Still need paper billing? Give us a call and let us know
- We will save money through reducing our paper, printing and postage needs, all while being a bit greener.
We appreciate your help as we make this transition. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the chamber office at 651-646-2636.
Interested in getting 55 chamber members in your door
about what you do?
Host an Economic Development meeting
We are looking for chamber members to host our monthly Economic Development meetings held the fourth Tuesday of the month from 11:30-1:00. This is a great opportunity for you to share your mission with others so that they will learn more about the work that you do. A lunch sponsor will provide the food, you provide the space, tables and chairs. Want to learn more? We would love to discuss this with you, just call the office at 651-646-2636.
Thank You New Members
Thank You Renewing Members!
- Ronald M. Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning