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2009 Annual Business Meeting HACC Wildwood Conference Center Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Annual Dinner Monday, March 8 th , 2009 Harrisburg Hilton & Towers Summary of Revenue & Expenses 10/30 year to date 2009 Budget Total Revenues: 2,445,352 2,752,611 Membership Dues Pledges

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2009

Annual Business Meeting

HACC

Wildwood Conference Center

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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Annual Dinner

Monday, March 8th, 2009

Harrisburg Hilton & Towers

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Summary of Revenue & Expenses

  • 10/30 year to date2009 Budget
  • Total Revenues: 2,445,352 2,752,611
    • Membership Dues
    • Pledges
    • Events
    • Projects & Fees
  • Total Expenses: 2,148,497 2,748,576
    • Salaries & Benefits
    • Events
    • Rent, Maintenance, Utilities, Taxes
    • Professional Fees & Project Costs
    • Advertising & Marketing
  • ___________ ________
  • Total Net Revenue: 296,855 4,035
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Retiring Board Members

    • Gregg Schwotzer – Crossgates, Inc
    • Mark Campbell – Swarthmore Group
    • Ken Shutts – Penn National Insurance
    • Don Schin – ActionCOACH
    • Catherine Walters – Saul Ewing
    • Bill Krenz – HP
    • Mike Murchie – M & T Bank (past chair)
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New Board Members

  • Tom Dilworth – M & T Bank
  • Lisa Stokes – BRP Entertainment
  • Nancy Sacunas – Sacunas Integrated Communications
  • Bob Brandon – Penn National Insurance
  • Manny Evans, Holy Spirit Hospital
  • Art Pursel – HP
  • Frank Quigley – Hollywood Casino at Penn National
  • Officers
    • Chair – Dr. Madlyn Hanes, Penn State, The Capital College
    • 1st Vice Chair – Terry Lehman
    • 2nd Vice Chair – Maryann Chiavetta
    • Treasurer – Mike Fiaschetti, Highmark Blue Shield
    • Secretary – Laura Williams, Giant Food Stores, LLC
    • RRP – Bub Manning, The Quandel Group, Inc.
    • CREDC Chair – Chip Brown, McClure Co. –
    • Mechanical Contractors
    • Past Chair – Sandi Loy Bell, Skelly & Loy, Inc
    • President & CEO – David Black, HRC/CREDC
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By Laws Change

  • Purpose is to allow voting via telephone or email by the membership, technically described as proxy voting in the by-laws.
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Exposure for Your Business –
  • Opportunities to Network!
    • Phone Calls: 9,000+
      • Website Visits: 146,000
    • Network, Network, Network
      • Events: 80+ w/ 13,000+ attendees
        • Over 5,000 reached every week with e-gram
    • Diplomats & Ambassadors
      • 682 Businesses Personally Contacted
    • Ribbon Cuttings: 32
    • Media Hits: 500+
      • Radio, Television and Print
    • Membership Directories: 5,000
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Your Voice in Government
    • Full Time Government Relations Manager
    • 2 Registered Lobbyists
    • Exceptional knowledge of players & process
    • 2009 Focus
      • Card Check
      • Support meaningful Health Care Reform
        • Quality, accessibility, affordability
      • State Budget – no increase in sales, PIT or CNI
    • Power of Numbers
      • DC Trip with Lancaster & York Chambers
    • Getting Involved
      • HRC/PAC contributions to successful candidates
      • Focus on PA General Assembly and issues
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Chamber Business Women
    • Dynamic New Program
    • 4 Events in 2009
    • 400+ Attendees
  • Business Women’s Forum
    • Leading in Regional Collaboration with Chambers
    • Over 900 Attendees
  • Business Diversity Initiative
    • 20% of CREDC Loans to Minorities & Women
    • EDS Seminar Series
    • Business Diversity Works Conference – 400+ attendees
    • Support and Collaboration with Other Chambers
      • Hispanic Chamber
      • African American
      • Gay & Lesbian Chambers
    • Opportunities for Mentorship
    • One-on-one meetings and referral service
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

For Every $1.00 in Dues Paid;

$2.60 was spent on Member Activities

Return on Investment: nearly 3 to 1

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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Finished the demolition, reconstruction and closed on the sale of the Charles D. Snyder & Son Project at 10th & Walnut St.
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Received approval from DCED for the Keystone Opportunity Zone projects in Harrisburg & Steelton
  • Busy business lending year:
    • $9 M in Business Financing & Projects
    • 23 Projects
    • $11.6 M in Bank & Equity Participation
    • 215 Jobs created & retained
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

  • Murata:
    • 10 Companies, 84 employees
    • International Soft Landings Certification
  • Since 2001
    • $70 M in state & federal funding packaged
    • $280M Economic Impact
    • Over 10,800 jobs created & retained
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Your Investments in the Chamber & CREDC:

Every $1.00

Invested (Pledge) in

CREDC Campaign

Returned

$42.00

ROI= 42:1

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Retiring Board Members

  • Fredrika McKain
    • – Institute for Cultural Partnerships
  • Barry Deaven – Hershocks, Inc.
  • Harrison Bink – Bink Partnership, Inc.
  • Andy Klinger – PNC Bank
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New Board Members

    • Sharon Ryan – Dasher, Inc.
    • Steve Schappe – Penn State Harrisburg, The Capital College
    • Tom Wilson – K & W Engineers & Consultants
    • Bob Marquette – Members 1st Federal Credit Union
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Officers

    • Chair – Chip Brown, McClure Company – Mechanical Contractors
    • 1st Vice Chair – Gary Stouffer, Rettew Associates
    • 2nd Vice Chair – Sue Pera, Cornerstone Coffeehouse
    • Treasurer – Aji Abraham, Capital BlueCross
    • Secretary – Jim Nulton, PPL
    • Chamber Chair – Dr. Madlyn Hanes, Penn State
      • Harrisburg, The Capital College
    • Past Chair – Kelly Powell Logan, AES/PHEAA
    • President – David Black, HRC/CREDC
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2010 Priorities

  • Helping Members thrive or survive a tough economy
    • Chamber/CREDC affordable means of marketing
    • Chamber/CREDC great source of information/resources
    • Chamber/CREDC government relations
  • Getting the organization through challenging times
    • We need your help with membership and sponsorships
    • Budget is down 10%
    • Staff is smaller and more sacrifices have been made
    • We will make our 2009 numbers –
    • Remember in these times even is the new great!
  • Planning for the future
    • Fiscal, program and fulfilling our mission
  • Celebrating the Past, Building the future
    • New approaches! Stay tuned for more about summer picnic