Spotlights on members, anniversaries, Chair of the Board column and more
Take a look at our print newsletter that is inserted into the Pleasanton Weekly, and reaches 14,000 in the community. In case you missed it earlier this month, you can read the newsletter here.
Once our newsletter is published and circulated, we keep the electronic version here on our website. We also increase exposure for our featured members with these individual member spotlights, which are shared on our social media channels.
For more information about how you can be included in a future Business Connection newsletter, email Susie.
“As a small business located in Pleasanton, gaining name recognition in our backyard is essential to our success. The Pleasanton Chamber has provided affordable marketing opportunities to target our primary audience, along with helpful guidance and advice to optimize the success of our efforts. We’ve chosen the “Gold Package” for the last two years, and plan to continue taking advantage of the Chamber’s Marketing opportunities through the foreseeable future.”
The Pleasanton Chamber hosts a monthly meeting: Pleasanton 2025 Forum, bringing stakeholders together to focus community resources, time and talent to achieve greater understanding of issues, obstacles and opportunities related to Pleasanton 2025: A Community Vision.
For the March 2021 forum, the guest speaker was Megan Campbell, Associate Planner, Community Development Department, City of Pleasanton. Megan is leading the City’s Climate Action Plan 2.0 (CAP 2.0) update.
Alameda County Public Health Director Dr. Nicholas Moss provided an update on COVID-19 and the latest news for Alameda County. The Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce partners with the Livermore Valley Chamber and Dublin Chamber for this informative presentation along with Amos Productions.
Tri-Valley Community Television has been broadcasting since 1976 and is the government and public education channel serving the cities of Dublin, Livermore, and Pleasanton. Known to many as TV30, the station operates channels 28, 29 & 30 on the Comcast Cable System, broadcasting to a population of over 300,000 people.
Tri-Valley Community Television provides locally focused programming which includes public meetings, such as the city council meetings of each of the three participating jurisdictions, as well as the school board meetings and the Zone 7 Water District. Other programming on Tri-Valley Community Television includes educational and informational lifestyle shows highlighting the community, current events, local news and sports.
Tri-Valley Community Television also offers professional affordable video production services to a variety of clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors.