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May 17, 2021
Prescott Chamber of Commerce Newsletter
Chamber Events
Networking@Nite
Thursday, May 20 , 2021 l 5:00 PM
This is one of the Prescott Chamber's more relaxing networking events. These mixers provide a unique opportunity to build professional connections, meet fellow Chamber Members and develop soft-touch skills.

There will be a short announcement to welcome all attendees and then the networking begins. Plan on staying late, we usually have a drawing of prizes for all attendees. Located at Goods from the Garden at Prescott Gateway Mall.

(RSVP Required For All Chamber Events)
Coffee Connect
Wednesday, May 26 , 2021 l 7:30 AM
Join us for a networking favorite! Members will be separated into groups of six with a 2-minute opportunity to give their business pitch. Venue being Touchmark at the Ranch.

Networking Hike
Thursday, June 10, 2021 l 8:00 AM
Join us for the first ever Networking Hike at the Prescott Peavine Trail. Meet and connect with other Chamber Members while hiking in beautiful Prescott!

Chamber Spotlight
Multiple Employer Aggregation Program (MEAP)
Prescott Chamber Group 401(k) Program
About The Program

The Prescott Chamber of Commerce is excited to make available to our members access to what we believe is a smart way to offer your company's 401(k).

​This 401(k) benefit is known as a Multiple Employer Aggregation Program (MEAP) and provides many advantages by joining other businesses in a group program, primarily service and buying power. The Prescott Chamber of Commerce Group 401(k) program is designed to help take away almost all of the:
  • Work
  • Responsibility
  • Fiduciary Liability

that is associated with operating your companies 401(k), and
  • Usually at a similar or better price
We believe that taking much of the non-income producing functions off your plate, so that you can focus time on running a successful business, just makes good sense. 
Chamber News

Prescott CARES Program

City of Prescott launches  “Prescott CARES” Program. The city has been awarded a $427,000 grant to help Prescott residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic.

Funds will help qualifying Prescott residents with rent, mortgage and utility payments and support struggling businesses.

2021 Prescott Bluegrass Festival

We are so excited to be holding our 40th Annual Bluegrass Festival. We are currently looking for businesses who are interested in being in our program!

If you are interested in sponsoring the Bluegrass Festival program and receiving an ad for the Festival, click below for more information. This the last week to get in the program!

Prescott Business Showcase

The Prescott Business Showcase is designed to help spotlight and promote your business in 3-5 minute videos put together by Robert Milligan from Arizona Communications Network.

This is a new service offered by the City of Prescott and Prescott Chamber made available to businesses at no additional cost. Click below to Apply! View recent videos: Click Here

Prescott Chamber Membership 101 Workshop

The Prescott Chamber's Communication and Member Relations Manager will be hosting a 101 workshop on Wednesday, May, 26 at 10:30 AM.
He will be going over member benefits including events, online presence, jobs, marketing & more. Held at the Chamber in the Board Room upstairs. Register below.

Prescott Chamber Job Board

The Prescott Chamber established this improved Job Board to exhibit long term commitment to the career growth of their members by becoming the link to their next opportunity and helping them find the next perfect candidate.

This is a FREE service for Chamber Members to promote their openings.

Giving Free PPE Materials

The Yavapai County Health Department has handed out Masks and Hand Sanitizer for the Prescott Chamber of Commerce to hand out.

Supplies will be handed out based on number of business employees. Contact the Prescott Chamber ahead of time for an appointment. (928) 445-2000 or email hunter@prescott.org

Wednesday Warriors-Networking

We The Wednesday Warriors are a Prescott Chamber of Commerce Networking Group that meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month.

If you are interested in joining this group, please reach out to Lesa west at Lesa@NewLifeCPR.org
Sponsor News
Online Broadband Survey
Internet Experience in Northern AZ

As an essential member of the community, we are asking for your participation in an online broadband survey that will assist in the development of a Broadband Strategic Plan for Northern Arizona, sponsored by NACOG EWD. Please go to the link below to share your experiences, thoughts, and needs concerning high-speed internet in our community.
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Margot Fonteyn Birthday Celebration 2021

The Margot Fonteyn Academy of Ballet, which has selected Prescott, Arizona as the location for its world headquarters, is celebrating Fonteyn’s Birthday (May 18) in virtual mode.

The celebration is headlined by the dual announcement that Austrian Ballet Star Rainer Krenstetter has been selected by Artistic Director Kenneth Ludden as Associate Artistic Director.
Desert Financial Random Acts of Kindness

Desert Financial Credit Union donated $6,000 to Yavapai Medical Center that was at 111% capacity for COVID response. A portion of the funds purchased snacks and water for the break room. Another portion provided a pizza lunch for an entire week! The remaining funds helped financially support a new vaccination center in the Prescott Gateway Mall, as well as purchased nutritional supplies for workers and patients.
Prescott Healthy Living


The May edition of Prescott Healthy Living focuses on Mental Health Awareness.

Find the issue now throughout the Greater Prescott area or online at: prescotthealthyliving.com/copies

Live Well & Happy Reading!
Prescott Healthy Living Magazine

Dignity Health, YRMC Launches Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program

The Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care (ADC) program – which Dignity Health, Yavapai Regional Medical Group (YRMG) launched on May 3, 2021 – addresses these concerns and more. The program provides the infrastructure dementia patients and their caregivers need to continue living comfortably in the community.
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