Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Support Small Businesses
The Chamber's Grant Program

Donations are open to support the Chamber's Small Business Grant Program. With the assistance from the community, the Chamber annual awards SW Washington small businesses with grants to support their growth and success. Follow the link below to donate any increment from $5 - $10,000. 100% of the proceeds contribute.
Wednesday, October 21
Coffee & Connections
Presentation by Kate Singh Photography

Main Street's own, Kate Singh, joins us at the Chamber's Virtual connection-making event, Coffee & Connections on Wednesday, October 21 at 8 AM to teach guests how to perfect your camera-ready appearance, setting you up for successful virtual meetings, remote events, and even post-work happy hours. Register now, here. Program Series Sponsored by Columbia Bank.
Reminder: If you invite a non-member guest to join, you both will attend at no-cost.

2020 Business & Leadership Awards Winners
Watch Acceptance Speeches Below:

The 2020 Business & Leadership Awards recipients are proud to share with us what these awards mean most for their businesses. Hear from winners of the Large and Small Businesses of the Year, the Start-Up to Watch, Community Champion, Statesperson of the Year, and the John S. McKibbin Leadership Legacy Award recipients. Watch acceptance speeches, here.
Employer & Parent Survey
Responses are due Today, October 13

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is working with Cicero Group, a third-party researcher, to continue ongoing research on the impacts of COVID-19 on employers, employee childcare needs, and return to work planning. Included here is a short survey and we ask all of our members to please participate. This survey will only take 15 minutes to complete. Complete short survey, here.
Final Day: Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers Available

Along with community partners at the CREDC and VDA, the Chamber is offering non-contact infrared thermometers to businesses across the region. The thermometers are provided by FEMA in ongoing efforts to support the phased reopening of essential workplaces with a high degree of person-to-person interaction.

Eligibility Criteria:
  • Must be a business with a high degree of person-to-person interaction in Clark County
  • Must provide a valid UBI number (at pickup time)
  • Must be a business with 50 or fewer employees, where employees are not exclusively family
  • Must not have previously received a thermometer from FEMA
  • NEW: Sole-Proprietors are eligible

Today is the final day: Tuesday, October 13 from 10 AM - 3 PM | CREDC Office, 805 Broadway St., Vancouver, WA (4th Floor)

Eligible businesses can get one thermometer per individual or entity regardless of the number of businesses owned or represented. Note that supply is limited and will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. If you have any questions, please email Info@CREDC.org.
Flu Shots & COVID-19 Testing

Schedule your flu shot online at ZoomCare.com to skip the lines for minimal contact. Flu shots through ZoomCare are no-cost to patients with most insurance plans. In addition, asymptomatic COVID-19 testing is now available! More information here.
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