April 2011

Weekly Newsletter: 4-28-11

This week’s newsletter includes information on a few events that will be taking place this weekend.  Friday night you can start your Windsor Weekend with taking in a play at Windsor High School,on Saturday join in at the Cinco de Mayo festivities on the Windsor Town Green, then top off the weekend with a drive around our beautiful county enjoying Blossoms, Bees, and Barnyard Babies.

If you are a Chamber member and would like your event listed in our Weekly Newsletter, simply e-mail your information to us at info [at] windsorchamber [dot] com, or for more information you can call the Chamber Office at (707) 838-7285, or visit our new website at www.windsorchamber.com.


 

Weekly Newsletter: 4-21-11

This week’s newsletter includes information on several events that will be taking place soon.  Tonight we will be having an Alcohol Beverage Control training from 6-8pm and there are still seats available.  This weekend don’t miss the Easter Egg Hunt out at the Windsor High School that is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Windsor.  Also, on Easter Sunday Denny’s is hosting a very special brunch. 

If you are a Chamber member and would like your event listed in our Weekly Newsletter, simply e-mail your information to us at info [at] windsorchamber [dot] com.  For more information, you can call the Chamber Office at (707) 838-7285.
 

Weekly Newsletter: 4-14-11

Here are some highlights from this week’s Chamber Newsletter:
•    Next week networking consultant Carol Bell will be our guest speaker on Tuesday, April 19, 11:30 a.m., at the Windsor Senior Center. 
Be sure to RSVP to reserve your seat (838-7285)

•    This Friday the Chamber, and the Junior Chamber, will have an information booth at the Fun Food Fest at The Plaza (to launch the refurbished micro-suites building) 5-9 p.m.

•    On Sunday, the Chamber will also have a booth  at the Earth Day and Wellness Festival, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Town Green.

•    Several members are announcing a variety of special offers for members and the community at large:
1.    Denny’s is planning a gala Easter Brunch, April 24,

Weekly Newsletter: 4-7-11

This week’s newsletter includes information about our “Influencing the Influencer” Tour.  The Windsor Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Town of Windsor, has organized the tour to be held over this coming weekend and will include some 20 out of town guests.  Make sure to mark your calendar and make your reservation if you are in need of training from the Alcoholic Beverage Control.  Also, our Membership Luncheon will be on Tuesday, April 19th at the Windsor Senior Center - catered by KC’s Downtown Grill, and speaking on Social Networking will be Carol Bell.  Finally, mark your calendar again for our Business After Hours to be hosted by the Wikiup Tennis and Swim Club.

 

April Luncheon Invite

Business coach Carol Bell will be our guest speaker April 19, 2011 at the Windsor Senior Center.  Carol is the principal of Rings True Marketing, a consultancy based in Petaluma.  Her topic is how to refine your elevator speech – the words you say to let others know what your business is all about in a concise and compelling manner.  This subject is key to effective networking, if you know how to convey what your firm is all about in a way that will strike a responsive chord in your listeners.  Carol has years of experience working with corporations and executives and is in demand as a convention speaker.  So please mark your calendars. This is part of the Chamber’s continuing focus on networking and gaining referrals that is so important to business growth. 

April e-Newsletter

Several important topics are highlighted in the April E-News:

•    Our Board Chair reviews the statewide business climate study focusing on attitudes toward the economy
•    The President’s Corner continues the series on the Value of Membership with a piece about the importance of business continuity planning
•    There is a photo page recapping the membership luncheon at Denny’s of Windsor March 15, and
•    A great story about “Mindful Grocery Shopping” as a first step to a healthier life style from Chamber member Curves

These timely subjects and more are just part of the monthly information found in your Chamber newsletter.  Have a great – and dry – weekend