Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce

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  • LBCCC Office will be Closed on Tuesday, June 30 & Friday, July 3
  • The Chamber Office will be closed on Tuesday, June 30 due to a Team Retreat and on Friday, July 3… Read More
  • Advertising Opportunities & E-Version – Outlook Magazine
  • LBCCC announces new opportunity for advertising in Outlook Magazine! Outlook Magazine is opening up advertising to ALL members in every… Read More
  • Member Benefits for LBCCC members
  • How much will your company save? Download the Member Benefits flier here!… Read More
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LBCCC Office will be Closed on Tuesday, June 30 & Friday, July 3

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The Chamber Office will be closed on Tuesday, June 30 due to a Team Retreat and on Friday, July 3 due to the 4th of July Holiday.

The Office will be opened on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday!

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Advertising Opportunities & E-Version – Outlook Magazine

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LBCCC announces new opportunity for advertising in Outlook Magazine!

Outlook Magazine is opening up advertising to ALL members in every issue – we will no longer be focusing on specific industries! Your company has up to 12 opportunities each year to place advertising in the Chamber’s monthly magazine! You can sign up to advertise in any month – you can choose one month, three months, 12 months, the possibilities are endless.

To advertise in Outlook, please call advertising representative Jeff Miller at 215-519-3542 or jeffcreative1@comcast.net

Outlook Magazine launching new E-magazine version online!

Starting with the April 2015 issue of Outlook Magazine, the online version will be an E-magazine! This version of Outlook online will offer advertisers the opportunity to have each issue of Outlook online for 12 months (instead of 4 months).

The new version also offers members the ability to broadcast each issue to their own list of clients and or prospects in their e-mail signature. A great way of reaching out to your clients, staying in the forefront and promoting your Chamber!

Check out Outlook Online Here!

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Member Benefits for LBCCC members

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How much will your company save?

Download the Member Benefits flier here!

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Check out these upcoming member events and grand openings & news!

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Unemployment Compensation Seminar Series

Dates: July 10, August 14, September 11, October 9, November 13 (Dates are the Second Friday of the month)
Location: PA Career Link Bucks County (1260 Veterans Highway, Bristol, PA 19007)
Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Attention Employers! Please join us at PA CareerLink Bucks County for one or all of the sessions.

Click here for more information!

Please contact Jessica Peterson at 215-781-1073 or jpeterson@buckscareerlink.org
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Feasterville Business Association American Red Cross BLood Drive

Date: Monday, July 27
Location: Twining Hall (4900 Street Rd.)
Time: 2:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Appointments are preferred.

For an appointment or more information, please contact Jane Ward at 267-246-4305 or jane.ward@redcross.org OR, sign up at redcrossblood.org and enter sponsor code: FBA
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A Special Opportunity for one Chamber Member Company

Save $1350 per Employee per Year

A healthier workplace and better quality of life for each employee is coming your way in “Preventing Sickness & Enjoying Well-Being”

The large not-for-profit Integrated Benefits Institute (full of PhD’s) http://ibiweb.org/ supported by major insurance companies, retailers and manufacturers conducted a study showing that the average employer loses $5400 per year per employee due to sickness. This does not include the cost of insurance premiums, administration, or loss of sales. It is comprised of sick days, days at work sick resulting in lower productivity, and long-term illness.

R3 Results, an educational film production company spun-off from R3 Consulting, which has coached 1-in-5 of the Fortune 50, is looking for a company to participate in its next film project “Preventing Sickness & Enjoying Well-Being.” The company should have a minimum of 50 employees. About a dozen volunteers from the company would take part in coaching that will reduce sickness at work, and address deep-rooted resistant problems and patterns. The goal is a 25% reduction of losses over the next year. There will be no charge to the company. For a company with 1000 employees this could mean a savings of $1,350,000 per year. For a company of 100 it would mean $135,000 per year and improved quality of life and employee appreciation. This is offered on a first come basis. If interested please immediately contact Ken Hantman for details at ken@r3results.com or 215-947-2338.
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EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT BY LBCCC STUDENT LEADER FRANCIS ANTHONY WALTER III

Francis Anthony Walter is taking on his next challenge of earning the highest rank in Boy Scouting, Eagle Scout. His proposed project is the beautification of the wooded area at Veterans Park, 700 Veterans Highway, Levittown. Beyond the current memorial, he will clear the brush and fallen tree limbs, will create a woodchip walking path to the scenic view of Mill Creek. Mr. Walter will install 2 benches with concrete frames and wooden slats and 2 bird houses. Middletown Township Parks and Recreation, the “Beneficiary,” is pleased to have the remainder of the park land respite area made useful. The work weekends will begin mid-July.

Francis will be the project manager, planning the work, directing his fellow scouts from Troop 82, Our Lady of Grace Church, friends, family, and any other volunteers. All financial and material donations will be recorded and acknowledged. Francis needs materials for the benches, bird houses, prime/stain, and 200 cubic feet of wood chips.

Leadership projects are in Francis’ blood; he is the grandson of Isabel and the late Dan Menichella, former and long-time Chairs of the Business Card Exchange, and advocates of the Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce.
At age 16, he has been a part of the LBCCC since he was a month old, attending the 25th Anniversary Celebration in 1998, Business Card Exchanges, and a graduate of Student Leadership 2014. His sister, Danielle Frances Walter (2012) and his Mother, Kathleen Caucci Seborowski (1994) also are Leadership Bucks County graduates.

Francis is a junior at Archbishop Wood High School, in Warminster, where he has earned Second Honors. He has served on the Performing Arts Stage Crew and has been elected as stage crew president for senior year. Francis is part of HOSA, the medical careers honor society. He has been selected to attend Envision, a 10 –day summer program hosted at Johns Hopkins University for Pre-Med students. The Archbishop Wood Community Service Corps is one group to whom he donates his time as well as Boy Scout service hours.

Francis desires to improve his community and hopes he can count on your support to make this project a reality; please donate in any way possible. Contact Francis directly at fawalter22@gmail.com Thank you for your generosity.

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Chamber Video Testimonials!

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Watch the Video Testimonial from Guy Sheets of AMO Environmental Decisions!

Watch the Video Testimonial from Rick Battaglia of Bucks County Bank!

Watch the Video Testimonial from Rhonda Okamoto of Legal Shield!

Watch the Video Testimonial from Iggy Shvartsberg of Primerica Financial Services!

Watch the Video Testimonial from George Yanoshik of Patient First Here!

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Health Risks Rise with Heat

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Doctors Warn Against Heat Exposure

The summer swelter has arrived as forecasters call for rising temperatures across the region. That means more health risks as you work and play outside, especially for older people and young children.

Excessive heat exposure can cause several health problems including heat cramps, which are painful spasms of your arm, leg and/or abdomen muscles. People experiencing these symptoms should rest in a cooler place and drink water or fluids containing electrolytes.

Heat exhaustion symptoms include profuse sweating, headache, dizziness, nausea, rapid heartbeat, skin that feels cool and moist, and muscle cramps. Move this person to a cooler location, apply cool wet cloths to their body, and give them cool water to drink. If the person vomits or refuses to drink, call 9-1-1. Heat exhaustion can lead to heart stroke.

How can you avoid heat-related illnesses?

• Wear light-weight, light colored clothing made of breathable material, like cotton.
• Stay hydrated. Drink water throughout the day.
• Avoid strenuous outdoor activity on hot days.
• If you must be outside, take frequent breaks in a cool place.
• Air-conditioning is the single best way to protect against heat-related illness. If you do not have air-conditioning at home during extreme heat. Try to spend time in air-conditioned locations such as a shopping mall, public library, or public health sponsored heat-relief shelter in your area.

Information brought to you by Patient First!

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Member-to-Member Discounts – New discounts added!

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Knights Chiropractic recently added a new member-to-member discount!

Check out Knights Chiropractic Discount Here!

To view a complete list of Member-to-Member Discounts & Incentives or to add your own, go to the Green and Yellow ‘Discounts & Incentives’ info located on the homepage!

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Congratulations LBCCC!

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We are so excited to announce…

LBCCC’s Bucks County Ball was named

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Bucks County Ball
Best Chamber or Business Event

and…

LBCCC was named

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LBCCC
Best Chamber or Networking Group

Thank you to everyone who voted in the Bucks Happening’s ‘Best Of’!

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Professional Development Opportunities for High School Students and Business Professionals

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The Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce offers programs for students and business professionals. The below document contains information on these programs. It is being developed by LBCCC to provide educational and business organizations a better understanding of the programs provided through LBCCC and its partnerships.

Professional Development Opportunities for High School Students and Business Professionals

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Check out the upcoming LBCCC events!

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LBCCC provides many networking and educational events for all to attend!

Additional information on upcoming events and to Register….click here!

Check back often as more information will become available on these upcoming events!!

Advocare Challenge
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Monday, July 6

Bucks Business Connect
Second Thursday, 8:00-9:15 a.m.
July 9 @ Pennswood Village
August 13 @ Carin University
September 10 @ Pennsbury Manor

Wednesday Works! – Workshops & Seminars
1st Wednesday (Exception – July 15)
July 15 – Open House – Meet the Presenters (3:30 – 5:30 p.m.)
August 5 – RX for Success (Financial) (8:00 – 9:30 a.m.)
September 2 – Driving Customer Engagement (11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)
October 7 – Intro to Social Media Options (8:00 – 9:30 a.m.)
December 2 – Motivating Employees (8:00 – 9:30 a.m.)
January 6 – Time Management (Time: TBD)
February 3 – Marketing Strategies (11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)

Business Card Exchange
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
July 22 @ Village Catering

New Member Business Fair
8:00 – 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, September 29

Champions of Commerce
Time: TBD
Thursday, December 3

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