Sponsored by the Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce
Registration: 8 am
Putting Contest: 8:30 am (cash prize)
Shotgun Start: 9:30 am
Golf Package: $85 per person includes 18-holes of golf w/cart, continental breakfast with mimosas; hot dogs at the turn; beverages on the course; participation gift & personal golf cart valet!
Once golf outing is complete, sit down lunch served at the club house followed by awards and a basket raffle!
Hole-in-One Prizes on par 3’s sponsored by Gilbert’s Risk Solutions
Mulligans, Skins, and Proximity Prizes
RSVP by July 6. Contact Shenango Valley Chamber, 724-981-5880 or email@example.com
Thank you Sharon Regional Medical Center for sponsoring Greenville members.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce
Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce
Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce
Shenango Valley Chamber of Commerce
Butler County Chamber of Commerce
Slippery Rock Business Association
The event is free for chamber members. Please register with your respective chamber. Greenville chamber members can register online.
The Greenville Chamber of Commerce is hosting its second annual wine and beer tasting event, Grapes & Growlers.
Only 250 tickets will be sold for this premier event. Attendees will have the opportunity to sample some of the area’s finest wines and brews in this unique, casual atmosphere.
Click here to sponsor the event. Call the Chamber, 724-588-7150.
This is the fourth of our quarterly meet ups.
After all who wants to attend another meeting?
· Create connections with other chamber members.
· Hear what’s going on at the chamber.
· Share what’s happening at your business.
This event is free, but reservations are greatly appreciated.
Giddy up & Join us for a Kentucky Derby themed evening of exciting live auction action.
Benefits the Chamber of Commerce and United Way of Mercer County
Table of 8: $350
Individual ticket: $45
Price include heavy hors d'oeuvres, signature cocktails, beer and wine. Dressy casual attire.
Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce & The Record Argus Presents
The 2019 Business & Community EXPO | Thiel College Rissell-Schreyer Dome
Saturday, March 23, 2019 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m
$1 Admission Fee
An event where local Businesses and the Community come together, under one dome. Not only is this event a great way to engage with local business leaders in learning what is new, but also a way to take advantage of some special EXPO Offers!
Job Fair Component! Businesses may also accept resumes/applications.
Sponsored by Mercer Area, Grove City Area, Greenville Area and Shenango Valley Chambers of Commerce.
Get the opportunity to hear from County Commissioners, Matt McConnell, Scott Boyd and Tim McGonigle.
Cost is $15. RSVP by February 1 to Mercer Area Chamber of Commerce, 143 N. Diamond Street, Mercer, PA 16137, 724-662-4185 or click here
Q&A follows a buffet lunch.
Join us as we honor the Business of the Year, Business Person of the Year, and Service Organization of the Year.
5:00 p.m. Mixer with dinner at 6 p.m.
Members holding Builder membership level and above receive at least one ticket; however, an RSVP is REQUIRED by November 5. Additional guests are $30 each.
Note: Mentor and above tiers will be contacted regarding their reservations.
Leadercast‐EagleTD is the world’s largest one‐day leadership event, reaching over 100,000 attendees in 20 countries around the globe. This year's event features five of the most recognized and respected speakers for an experience unlike any other.
Speakers include Andy Stanley, Mae Jemison, Michael Hyatt, Carey Lohrenz and Joe Torre. Meet the speakers.
This event, originally simulcast from Atlanta, GA, will challenge all of us to focus on leadership skills to better serve our families, organizations, and communities.
Conference includes lunch, breaks, professional development credits.
Early bird $89; General $99; Group $85. Chamber members receive a discount using code ETDC1327. Register here.
Sponsored by the Greenville Area Economic Development Corp. and the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce.
Registration with shotgun start at 11:00 a.m.
$130 per golfer ($520 for a team) includes BBQ buffet by Mule Train Smokers, "19th Hole" Awards Reception, beverages and participant gift
A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available. View here
You can register or pay online.
Community Fest is sponsored by Thiel College, the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, and Padrone's Pizza & Pub.
Join us on Main Street for live music, beer/food tents, kid's zone, various vendors, cornhole tournament, and a whole lot of fun!
Vendors apply here. There is a small fee.
Free admission. For additional information contact, 724-588-7150 or 724-589-2201.
Join is to celebrate the grand opening of this new bed and breakfast in Greenville.
Check out the B&B, tiny house tours, homemade craft vendors, Froggy 100.3 on site giveaways, Rolling Smoke food truck, Butler Brew Works, local band, Well Strung.
Second session in the Chamber's Growth Series
Topics presented include:
- How to complete the unemployment paperwork
- Determining when an employee is able and available for work
- Employee misconduct and how it relates to unemployment
- Unemployment appeals and hearing appearances
Presented by Lynn Chuey, NHA, vice president of human resources at St. Paul’s, Greenville, PA. Lynn has worked in the field of Human Resources since 1982. She graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania 1982 with a BS in Consumer Services. In 1994, she became a licensed nursing home administrator.
The Lakes at Jefferson, a nugent group partner, is a continuing care retirement community
Developing Our Future Workforce: A Conversation with DCED Secretary Davin
We often talk about how to further industry and create jobs in our area. If we are attracting industry to the area, those companies need qualified workers. In order to provide a superior workforce, we need to start early. Secretary Davin will speak about developing early learning as an economic development strategy.
Cost: $20 person include a full breakfast buffet
RSVP by January 10 - Click here to register online and pay.
Event brought to by Early Learning Investment Commission, Greenville-Reynolds Development Corp., Greenville Area, Grove City Area, Mercer Area and Shenango Valley Chambers of Commerce, and Penn-Northwest Dev. Corp.
Small Business Growth Series
This interactive workshop will explore the following:
- Website best practices
- When to use Facebook as a website
- Why you may need both
- Quick overview of some of the features on Facebook
Cost is $20 for chamber members; $25 for non members. This seminar is available on site or as a WebEx. Click here to register.
The seminar will be held in Room 105 of the Glen Johnson Center at Thiel College.
Small Business Growth Series Session 3
- Marketers who prioritize blogging are 13 times more likely to enjoy positive ROI.
- Leads sourced through inbound tactics (such as blogging) are consistently less expensive than outbound leads.
- Companies that blog 1 to 2 times per month generate 70% more leads than those who don't blog at all.
- Companies with 200+ blog articles get more than 5 times the leads than those with 10 or fewer blog posts.
Presented by Josh Curcio, VP and co-owner of protocol 80, an inbound marketing firm located in Bradford, PA. Josh is inbound certified through HubSpot and Google AdWords, and protocol 80 is a Google partner. They have been in business since 2002 working with businesses of all sizes and industries providing web design, development and marketing services. Josh and the protocol 80 team are dedicated to educating businesses and organizations about the shift to inbound marketing and helping them find success along the way.
Small Business Growth Series Session 2
This interactive workshop will help you
- Understand your customers and their needs
- Create a value proposition
- Discover and identify areas of your business yuo may want to work on to improve
Presented by Daniel Telep, managing principal of Crossroads Development Group. Dan Telep has 32 years of marketing experience and is particularly skilled at assisting companies in analyzing their business situations and helping them build customer loyalty and competitive advantage. Dan is a pioneer in measuring customer loyalty. He founded and owned a market research company for 10 years and is considered an expert at marketing facilitation, research design, and analysis and strategy development.
Dan is the founder of four businesses with Crossroads Development Group as the culmination. Crossroads is a collaborative team that guides clients through the Navigational Marketing™ process. Dan developed this process to assess a business’ current situation and help define a focused and predictable course for growth.
Dan earned his MBA from Wayne State University and has held key positions with Rubbermaid and Stanley Works. Among others, his clients include Chromalox, Bayer Corp., Mellon Ventures, Cisco Systems, Zippo Manufacturing Co., Case Cutlery Co., and Davco Divisions of Penske Corp.
Cost is $20 for members and $25 for non-members. This includes a full breakfast. Register Now!
Session 1 in the 2016 Small Business Growth Series
Sponsored by the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce
Glen Johnson Community Center at Thiel College
Cost is $20 for members / $25 non-members (includes a full breakfast)
Business coach Ken Sevick had designed this workshop for every size business. He will go through each step to climb the ladders of business growth and create a commercial, profitable enterprise that works without you. During this practical and motivational workshop you will learn:
- The 6 steps and how to move your business to the top.
- How to gain control of your time, team and money.
- How to turn your marketing into an investment, not an expense.
- The 5 ways to create massive sales and profits.
- How create a winning team.
Ken has coached and trained business owners, CEO's, and their teams in over 40 different industries. As an operations executive for a major retailer, he saved the company $300 thousand annually and reduced annual turnover by 14%. As a buyer for a major retailer, he increased profit by $75 thousand. Ken has had over 500 hours of formal training and boasts over 9,000 hours of formal training in the latest strategies, techniques, and tactics in business, which earned him a spot as one of the top 100 coaches globally.
Click here to register.
Wrap Up with a special guest speaker!
Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 Registration & Breakfast Buffet: 7:30am Session: 8:00am - 9:30am
Glen Johnson Community Center @ Thiel College
$15 for Chamber Members/$20 for Non-Chamber Members
Register Here Today!
Wednesday, October 21st, 2015
Registration & Breakfast Buffet: 7:30am
Session: 8:00am - 9:30am
Glen Johnson Community Center @ Thiel College
$15 for Chamber Members/$20 for Non-Chamber Members
Plan to join speaker, Jennifer Bickford of Hill, Barth & King, LLC.
Jennifer is a paraprofessional in the Meadville, Pennsylvania office of HBK CPAs & Consultants (HBK). She has accumulated more than 18 years of experience in public accounting and has been a part of the HBK team since 1998. Jennifer specializes in QuickBooks and Sage software consulting, accounting and financial statement preparation, performing payroll services, and advising clients on matters associated with accounting, payroll taxes and sales tax.
Jennifer will discuss the most common challenges and questions with QB; key areas to be aware of; and will answer questions from participants. Please join us for this great informational session.
R.S.V.P.’s are required for sessions and there is a small fee. For more information and online registration by noon on Friday, October 16th, please go to the Greenville Chamber’s website atwww.greenvillechamber-pa.com/2015sbgs or call the Chamber at (724)588-7150. Registration and hot breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. with seminar to begin at 8:00a.m.-9:30 a.m.
Series coordinated by the Greenville Chamber of Commerce and the Gannon University Small Business Development Center.
Friday, July 31st is the 65th Annual Greenville Business and Industry Day. This event has been recognized by several national golf publications as the longest continually run community golf tournament in the country. This is a tribute to the founder's foresight and to the tireless dedication of the volunteers who came after them.