June 15, 2020
Prescott Chamber of Commerce Weekly News & Updates
Chamber Connect
Sparklight Advertising
$7 MILLION PLEDGE IN MATCHING ADVERTISING CREDIT FOR SMALL BUSINESS SUPPORT
Sparklight Advertising believes that small businesses are the lifeblood of the American economy and way of life. The impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on those businesses has been significant.

To help our communities rebuild, Sparklight Advertising is offering up to $7,000,000 in matching advertising credit to help our businesses recover. As a unified team, we can overcome this setback.
In order to qualify for matching cable airtime*, new and existing clients must meet the following criteria:

• Advertisers must be direct (no agency representation)
• Minimum of $500 cash investment
• Matching airtime must run prior to August 30, 2020
• Production services will be offered at 50% off
• Must agree to credit terms, or pay cash in advance
Moonlight Movie Nights

Grab your blankets, your lawn chairs, your kids and your best friends and head over to Ken Lindley Field at 702 E Gurley St every FRIDAY NIGHT in June and July!

Starting at 7:30pm, don't miss out!
Yavapai Safe Program for Businesses

Businesses may self-certify by viewing the guidelines on the YCHS webpage ( https://www.yavapai.us/chs/Home/COVID-19 ) , then by requesting a decal through either the Prescott Valley, Prescott or Cottonwood Chambers of Commerce. Businesses who elect to participate in the #YavapaiSafe program should post the sticker/decal in a prominent, visible location.
Shop Prescott. Start Here. "Open for Business" Campaign

We've been visiting businesses in our community with intention to check in and update their business hours to our community.

If you are interested in us visiting you, please reach out by emailing us below!

Prescott Chamber & Visitor Information Center
117 W. Goodwin St. Prescott, AZ 86303
Monday - Friday 10am-2pm
Member Spotlight
Republican For Congress
Anne Marie Ward
Anne Marie Ward is a native of Prescott Valley, Arizona and is running for the Republican nomination for the United States Congress in Arizona's 4th District. She lives in Prescott where she and her husband, Robert, are raising their two children. She holds a Master’s in Education and a PhD in Leadership. She has a background in education and started a successful company that helped small businesses grow and plan for the future. She also worked in the United States Senate where she saw the harm that career politicians have on our communities and businesses. She is running for Congress to restore power to We the People.

We invite you to meet the candidate! Monday, June 22, 2020 at 7:00am join us at Granite Creek Park (554 6th St. Prescott, AZ 86301) for some light refreshments, while you get to know Anne Marie and share your thoughts/concerns for our district.
Chamber News
Don't Miss Out
The Prescott Bluegrass Festival is Coming!

The Bluegrass Festival will be June 27th & 28th. If you need any information on the whereabouts or what it is, please click below for more information!
Workshop For You
Maximize Your Membership

Monday, June 22, 2020 | 10:30AM
Join us for key takeaways to update your Businesses Profile in our Online Directory and how to effectively navigate the Chamber Website.
Most Recent Information
What you Need to Know about the Coronavirus Covid-19
Get the most recent information about the Coronavirus.
#TeamPrescott
Watters Garden Center
Giving Back
The Prescott Chamber has been visiting businesses weekly to promote and update our community. Want us to visit you? Follow up with the email below!
Prescott Area Young Professionals
PAYP AFTER 5!

Our next After 5 event will be at Lazy G Brewhouse. If you are interested in our organization please join us!

When: Thursday, July 9th, 7:30PM

Where: 220 W. Leroux St. Prescott
Sponsor News

Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) and Dignity Health are currently involved in discussions to evaluate a potential collaboration between the two organizations. YRMC, with acute care hospitals in Prescott and Prescott Valley, primary and specialty care clinics, and extensive outpatient services, has been serving western Yavapai County since 1943. 

Discussions are ongoing between both organizations and a decision regarding collaboration is expected this summer.

D eveloping  R eferrals and  E levating  A -Team  M astery
If networking is a big part of your business then you won't want to miss this event. The D.R.E.A.M. training will teach you how to more effectively network both in person and online so you can grow your business faster! 

The knowledge you will gain at this FREE training will undoubtedly separate you from your competition!

Space is limited to the first 36 people. Registration is required!
 
Thursday June 18, 2020 | 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Live Online Zoom Workshop
Talk of the Town
Listen to  Talk of the Town with the Prescott Chamber of Commerce on 2nd & 4th Wednesdays. Chamber updates and interviews with members. 
4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. on  www.kqna.com
  
Want to be a Radio Show guest? Please send a
request to  chamber@prescott.org.
APS Energy Saving Tips by Industry

When it comes to managing how your business uses energy, one of the best things you can do is to discover what others are doing in your business secotr to save on their energy bills. Develop your energy-savings plan using advice that's specific to your industry and equipment.

Free Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Now Available

The Residence Inn by Marriott, located at 3599 Lee Circle, just off Highway 69 has just opened three new electric vehicle charging stations with a total of five ports. The
stations offer free charging for anyone to use, not just hotel guests but local residents, non-guests and day visitors.

Community News
NACOG Youth Employment Opportunities

Good jobs! Good Pay! And... The help you need to succeed! Earn up to $3,850 this summer!

Contact us at (928) 778-1422
Prescott Frontier Rotary Food/ Cleaning Supplies Drive
Prescott Frontier Rotary is going to do a food/cleaning supplies drive for the Navajo Nation at Watters, from 9AM-5PM, Friday, June 5, Saturday, June 6, and Sunday, June 7. On Monday the 8th we will transport all the donated items to the Nation.  

Here's the list of needs: non-perishable food items; cleaning supplies include, but not limited to, liquid bleach, bleach wipes, Lysol spray (or something similar), Lysol wipes (or something similar), antibacterial soap, paper towels, and any other thoughts with regard to cleaning.

"Seed-To-Supper Adult Gardening Course"
Learn to grow your own food during a 6-session Seed-to-Supper course offered by SNAP-ED. The program highlights practical, low-cost gardening techniques for building, planning, planting, maintaining, and harvesting a successful vegetable garden. It doesn't matter if you live in an apartment or on acreage, everyone can learn something from this course. Please plan to attend all 6 classes. Participants get a free gardening book.

For more information on these FREE classes, click learn more!