Plenty for Roseville businesses to do

August 24, 2012 by  

Roseville-based professionals have quite a bit on their plates, with the Chamber Breakfast being held earlier this week and a Monday Meet-Up still to come next week. On top of these networking events, however, another opportunity of interest to local businesses as well as residents is the ‘Splash’ event being held in September.

The Chamber Breakfast got things going yesterday, August 23. Held at the Sierra View Country Club, this hosted event offered business owners and other career-oriented individuals a legitimate chance to connect with one another. Starting bright and early at 7:00 am and then wrapping up at 9:00 am, the timing was ideal for most working professionals.

A few days later, on August 27, there is going to be a Monday Meet-Up Happy Hour at Chang’s China Bistro. Not unlike the Chamber Breakfast in that it has given the business community an opportunity to connect, there are clear benefits to putting in an appearance here. Beginning at 5:00 pm and concluding at 6:30 pm, this has also been put together with the needs of working individuals in mind.

Where the printing services of local print companies are most likely to be needed is with the Splash Event being hosted on September 8 through the combined efforts of the City of Roseville and the Roseville Chamber of Commerce. With the proceeds going towards the Parks and Recreation Department’s At-Risk Youth Programs, this is clearly a good cause as well. Companies who are interested in the sponsorship packages are being encouraged to get involved.