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Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce

MISSION STATEMENT
Your Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce is organized to benefit business by:

• Creating and promoting economic opportunity

• Strengthening and educating our members and the community

• Influencing public policy

LEADERSHIP PLEASANTON
A nine-month program to acquaint participants with community assets, needs and problems, and provide a forum for discussion. Graduates are encouraged to become actively involved in their community. Staff contact: Kate D’Or

PLEASANTON 2015: A COMMUNITY VISION
The Chamber relies on Pleasanton 2015: A Community Vision as its local public policy agenda, committing volunteer and staff time to work toward its fulfillment. Chamber leaders meet periodically with elected officials at all levels of government to prioritize elements of the Vision. Staff contact: Scott Raty

2015 FORUMS
Every month the Chamber brings stakeholders together to focus community resources, time and talent to achieve greater understanding of issues, obstacles and opportunities related to the Vision. Staff contact: Scott Raty

FOUNDATION
The Foundation is a nonprofit, 501(c)3 affiliate of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce. Its mission is to support and advance small business development, business technology development, service projects and educational programs of the Pleasanton community. Staff contact: Scott Raty

FOCUS ON CORE COMPETENCIES
The Chamber concentrates its efforts on core competencies that our members value most:

• Strengthening the local economy

• Representing the interests of businesses to government

• Promoting the community

• Providing services/promotional opportunities to help businesses succeed

• Political action

EXPOSURE AND PUBLICITY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
There is no more cost effective way to get your firm’s name before the public and business community than through Chamber membership.

CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE
Pleasanton’s exceptional quality of life and strong local economy did not happen by accident – it was the result of strong leadership and cooperation between the public and private sectors. The Circle of Influence level of membership has been created to sustain this rich tradition and prominently recognize companies whose continual support has been instrumental in the success of Pleasanton and the Chamber. Circle of Influence members receive high visibility in the newsletter, business directory, website and event programs. Additionally, circle members are afforded access to leaders in the local, regional, state and federal government; key community stakeholders and other business leaders who can cause good things to happen. Staff contact: Scott Raty.

Chamber who refer and engage members

SERVING AND PROMOTING MEMBERS
Ambassadors are the public relations arm of the Chamber who refer and engage members, attend ribbon cuttings, mixers and luncheons. Meetings – 1st Thursday of each month, 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. Chamber office. Time commitment is 5-7 hours per month. Staff contact: Dawn Wilson.

STAFF

Scott Raty, President & CEO
(925) 846-5858 x204
scott@pleasanton.org

Kate D’Or, Business & Project Manager
(925) 846-5858 x203
kate@pleasanton.org

Susie Weiss, Communications & Special Events Manager
(925) 846-5858 x201
susie@pleasanton.org

Dawn Wilson, Member Relations Manager
(925) 846-5858 x202
dawn@pleasanton.org

Yianna Theodorou, Administrative Assistant
(925) 846-5858 x200
yianna@pleasanton.org

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