Raise It Up Anthem for America
On June 14, 2014, the Waynesville-St. Robert
Chamber of Commerce brought together 224 people at the Waynesville
High School Football Stadium and sang the Star Spangled Banner
to celebrate the bicentennial of the American Flag and to
be part of the National Museum of American History's goal
of setting a new Guinness World Record for the largest collective
National Anthem performance in history.
2014 Ambassador Club Day!
June 22nd was proclaimed as Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Club Day. This is a
special day to acknowledge the efforts of these volunteers
and to thank them for their work in and support of the community.
The Chamber Staff and Summer Vista Assistant visited the each
of the Ambassadors on Friday, June 20th to thank them for
the work they do to help make the Waynesville-St. Robert community
a great place to live, shop, and play. Click here
to view a video of the day's adventure.
2013-2014 Year Review
During the last year, the Chamber worked with
media partners to launch the "It's All Here" advertising
campaign and established the "Keep It Local" discount
key tag program. To sustain these programs that directly benefit
our local economy, the Chamber is implementing a business
membership dues increase for the 2014-2015 fiscal year. This
will be the first membership dues increase since 2010. Dues
for businesses with 24 or less employees will increase by
$25 and dues for businesses with 25 or more employees will
increase by $50. The structure of individual, non-profit,
and media partner memberships will not change. A portion of
Chamber membership dues helps to fund the "It's All Here"
advertising campaign and the "Keep It Local" program.
These two programs encourage consumers to spend their dollars
locally and this supports your business. The dues increase
will allow the Chamber to allocate an estimated $8,600.00
annually to help fund these programs. Our media partners have
provided free of charge to the It's All Here campaign over
$43,000 in advertising since December of 2013.
Also in the past year, the chamber has held 37 ribbon cuttings,
gained 78 new members, distributed 330 welcome packets at
command orientation, distributed 120 welcome packets at the
office, provided 2,566 referrals to our members' businesses,
distributed 9,429 newsletters (viewed online 1,995 times),
distributed 40,885 weekly updates (viewed online 8,139 times),
had 24,673 unique user visits to our web site and held 30
events with a total of 3,043 people attending.
On behalf of the Board of Directors, volunteers and staff;
it has been a pleasure to serve you and the Chamber is looking
forward to another year of working hard supporting the businesses
in the Waynesville-St. Robert Area. It is our sincerest wish
that you renew your membership for another year so that we
may continue to grow together.
The 2014 Membership Social will be July 31st
at 6 p.m. at the Hampton Inn. Sponsoring this event is Citizens
Mortgage Company with Di Trapani's Italian Bistro providing
the food. This annual membership social is a night of networking,
fun and entertainment. The
cost to attend the Social is $15.00 per person. Please call
the Chamber office at 573-336-5121 no later than 9:00 a.m.
July 21st to make your reservations.
The Membership Bottle Auction is a fun
addition for members to promote their business as well as
learn about other member businesses. Participating members
will donate a bottle decorated in a way that no one can tell
what it contains. The bottle needs to be related in some way
to your business. For example if you are a dry cleaner you
could wrap up a bottle of detergent with a gift certificate
for dry cleaning. During the social the bottles will be displayed
then auctioned. Bidding for each bottle will start at $5.
No one will know what each bottle contains until after it
is won. All money raised during the Membership Bottle Auction
will go to the "It's All Here" shop local ad campaign
in support of Shop Small Business Saturday. Keep it Local,
This is our Home and It's All Here!
If you would like to donate a bottle contact
the Chamber office at 573-336-5121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All bottles are due to the Chamber office by 5:00 p.m. July
24th. You might win big or get a dud but the Membership Bottle
Auction will be an exciting edition to the 2014 Membership
Now Accepting Veteran of the
Year Award Nominations
The Waynesville - St. Robert Area Chamber of
Commerce is preparing for its annual Veterans' Day Ceremony
& Parade. From now until August 29, 2014 the Chamber of
Commerce will be accepting nominations from Chamber members.
A one-page letter outlining the candidate's qualifications
and experience will comprise the formal nomination form along
with a brief bio summary of the nominee and a digital photo.
The Veteran of the Year Award is meant to recognize
a veteran from any rank from the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard,
Marines and Navy with an honorable discharge. The individual
must be a Pulaski County resident and has agreed to accept
the award and be the Veterans' Day Ceremony & Parade Marshall
on November 11, 2014.
Nomination forms are available at the Chamber
office or can be downloaded by clicking here.
If you have any questions contact the Chamber office at 573-336-5121,
or e-mail email@example.com.
Looking for Employees? Then plan to attend.
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce presents the
10th Annual Operation Workforce Job Fair. Operation Workforce
is a workforce recruitment program promoting the connection
between employees seeking part-time/full-time positions with
employers providing those employment opportunities. Interviewing
booths will be available for on-site employee/employer interviews.
This event will take place Thursday, August
28, 2014 at the St. Robert Community Center from 10:00 a.m.
to 2:00 p.m. with set up from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
If you would like to have a booth print out
your form here
and send it to the Chamber office at 137 St. Robert Blvd.
Ste. B, St. Robert, MO 65584. For more information, please
contact the Chamber office at (573) 336-5121 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be a CHOICES Presenter
The Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce
and Rotary Club of Pulaski County are pleased to bring the
Program to the eighth grade students of Pulaski County. The
Program is a highly participatory classroom seminar, presented
by local volunteers from both the Chamber of Commerce and
Rotary Club. It uses interactive exercises to help students
learn the impact of their choices and how to take control
of their lives through wise decision-making when it comes
to time and money management as well as education.
The success of this project can be summed up best in the
words of a student after completing the CHOICES
presentation, "It (self-discipline) means pushing myself
to do the right thing even if it's hard." By focusing
on real world topics such as time management, job opportunities,
self-discipline, and staying in school CHOICES
drives home the lessons that are so often overlooked.
The Chamber and Rotary Club will present CHOICES
to every school district in Pulaski County during the 2014-2015
school year. If you would like to get involved as either a
presenter or a donor please contact the Chamber office at
2014 - 2015 Sponsorship Opportunities
for information on 2014 -2015 Sponsorship Opportunities. For
more information on any Chamber event contact the Chamber
office at 573-336-5121 or email
On July 1st the Chamber Surprise Patrol visited
two Chamber member businesses to recognize them as the Chamber
Business Showcase member recognition program recipients for
July. The July Business Showcase recipients are Mercy
- St. Robert and Lost in the Woods Antiques & Collectibles.
The Surprise Patrol visited both businesses and dropped
off a special sign that will be displayed throughout the month.
Business Showcase recipients are drawn each month. The Surprise
Patrol will be out again in August to recognize the next recipients.
Offer a discount or special offer to your
business through the Chamber's Shop Local Key Tag.
Anyone with a Shop Local Key Tag can
visit a participating business and receive a discount
or take advantage of a special offer. Key Tags are
FREE and available at all Chamber events as well as
the Chamber office. Key Tags will be available during
regular office hours at the Chamber office.
This program is open to any type of Chamber
business including retail, restaurants, fitness, service
businesses, or any business wishing to give a special
promotion to residents. Your discount or special promotion
needs to be good through December 31, 2014. Please fill
out the form below with your discount or special offer
to indicate that you are interested in participating in
Local Participant Form
For more information about the Shop Local Key
Tag Program visit www.keepitlocal.biz.
The Chamber would like to introduce the new
E-plaque now available to members. This plaque may be placed
on your business web site or social media page to increase
your credibility through the recognition of Chamber membership.
for the web site code and instructions to add the new Chamber
Membership E-plaque to your company web site.
A Locally owned UNIQUE novelty and Gift basket shop. Browse
through the store to see home décor including Route
66 and Americana items. We also do special order vinyl writing
for your favorite sayings.
Great variety of jewelry, Missouri Moonshines,
wines, cheese, crackers, jellies, sausages, and specialty
soups throughout the store. Need a gift, a house warming
present, or something to take to a friend's house for dinner-
This is the place.
Located in the Roubidoux Plaza on the Waynesville
Square at 115 N. Benton St., Waynesville, Mo 65583
Facebook: just because
morning everyone! I am excited about the coming year for
the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of Commerce. I want to
express my appreciation to Mike Dunbar for the many hours
that he has spent over the past two years making this a
better Chamber. Mike has been instrumental in many accomplishments
for our Chamber and we can never repay him for all that
he has done. Working with Mike over the last two years has
been a learning and rewarding experience for me. Thanks
Mike for a job well done and for taking the time to help
make this a better place to live and have a business.
As your new President for the next year, I
hope to continue the tradition of our Chamber to coordinate
the efforts of commerce, industry and the professions in
maintaining and strengthening a sound and healthy business
climate in the Waynesville-St. Robert area. I will always
promote the theme of shop local and support your chamber
members. Our area has a lot to offer, we as Chamber members
just need to continue to get the message out. I look forward
to working with all of you and please feel free to contact
me with any suggestions. As we approach the 4th of July
holiday weekend, God bless the USA and God bless each of
Moving forward, United!
Membership Social is fast approaching on July 31st, be sure
to get your R.s.v.p. in now for this night of networking.
We will also say farewell to Board members Mike Dunbar and
Katrina Lynch-Allen as well as welcome Shawn Cordry and
Melissa Shelden to the Board. Be sure to attend this fun
social! Be sure to provide us a donation for the bottle
auction with all of the funds going to the Shop Local ad
The annual membership invoices have been sent
out and are due by August 1st. We would like to thank everyone
for their continued support. If you have not had the opportunity
to get involved in a committee, attend an event or network
with other members please make it a goal to do so in the
next year. It will be a valuable experience for you and
your business. This is your Chamber so get involved and
make a difference. We included the sponsorship form to help
you prepare your budget for the coming year. If you send
your form back in with your membership dues you will not
receive a call from the staff on sponsorships! Be sure to
also return your update form with any changes to your account
information. This helps us keep your listing on our web
site and MyChamberApp up to date.
We are preparing for the Regional Job Fair
on August 28th and if you would like a "free"
booth send us your registration form. This is an opportunity
to collect resumes or even interview candidates.
I hope everyone has a safe and exciting 4th
If you have any questions or concerns please
give me a call at 573-336-5121.
Cecilia Murray, IOM
My name is Theresa Steward and I am the
local American Family Insurance Agent. I have been with
American Family Insurance since 2009 and in the insurance
business since 1998. Prior to my insurance career, I worked
for Commerce Bank in Lebanon as a Loan Secretary for 9
My family moved to Richland in 1972 where
I still reside. I have a son, Wade, who is 21 and currently
lives in Springfield and works for Baillee Diesel in Nixa.
I joined the Chamber in 2009 when I took
over the agency. I have really enjoyed being involved
and making a lot of new friendships. I am currently the
Secretary for the Armed Services YMCA, Secretary for the
Waynesville Downtown Business Association, committee person
for the Route 66 Fest, member of the Better Lives Today
in Richland. I am an active member of the First Christian
Church in Richland where I also sing in our Praise and
Worship group. I sing in another group called Redeemed.
I have been a Scrapbook Leader for Richland 4H for 3 years
and have been involved in the Richland Beautification
Program. I am a graduate of the Leadership 2013 Class
where I also received the "Champagne Award".
I have also attended the Chamber Sponsored Chick fil a
Leadership Webcast in 2012.
Since my son is grown I have had the opportunity
to start traveling and I LOVE the beach.
I love being active and being involved in
my communities. I look forward to getting to know our
Chamber members more and working side by side with each
of you. I am very excited to join the Ambassador Club.
86 days until Fireball Run 2015! Team #10 is proud of Pulaski
and will be representing our county on their adventure across
America's Frontier. This dynamic duo; Missouri House State
Representative Steve Lynch and Missouri's "Chamber of
the Year 2013", Waynesville-St Robert Chamber Executive
Director Cecilia Murray have the "drive" to promote
Pulaski County as they compete for points; completing missions,
spread the word of tourism and economic opportunities and
race to recover Kylie Lawrence, missing since Jul 28, 2013
from Springfield Missouri. Fireball run starts in Frisco,
Texas on September 26, arriving in Pulaski County October
2nd. Join in for the live stream event! Pulaski's team has
already been working hard earning extra points for pre-event
activities. Team #10, is in it, to win it! Go Pulaski Pride!
If your business plans to offer Fireball Run specials, watch
parties, contests or if you are interested in sponsorship
opportunities please contact the Tourism Bureau staff at 573-336-6355.
Staff will begin working on the 2015 Official Pulaski County
Visitors Guide later this month. This resourceful guide is
distributed to visitors planning a trip to Pulaski County
and is placed in State Welcome and Visitors Centers across
the state. For those interested in advertising, please email
Karen at email@example.com.
Remember your resources that are available for both personal
use and to share with your customers and guests! Download
our free "Talkin' Tourism" from our digital downloads
at PulaskiCountyUSA.com, connect with us on our social media
channels, check out our Youtube Channel, sign up for event
email notifications, or stop by the Visitors Center which
is open 7 days a week; Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, Saturdays and
Make it a great day!
Beth Wiles, CDME
Pulaski County Tourism Bureau
137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite A
St. Robert, MO 65584
(877) 858-8687 Toll-free
(573) 336-6355 Ext. 104
(573) 336-2985 Fax
received a Score Article that I will share this month. The
article is titled saving money a routine part of business.
At the DMV we are always looking at ways to cut expenses to
improve the bottom line. The first suggestion is capitalize
on commodities. Most office houses offer a wide range of store
brand products at reduced prices. Look for ways to earn discounts
and reward points. The second suggestion is pare down on paper.
Most routine documents can be saved electronically for transfer,
emailing, or storage. I also, recycle paper by re-purposing
for note-taking. If possible double side documents as much
as possible. The DMV averages 68,000 transactions a year and
they use lots of paper. Speaking of recycling consider used
furnishings and equipment rather the latest and greatest products.
Another huge expense at the DMV is printer ink cartridges.
There are companies that offer recycled printer cartridges
and discounts to return cartridges. The fourth suggestion
in the article is be a joiner. Many professional organizations
partner with business service providers to give their members
discounted prices on goods and services. The Chamber's member
to member is a perfect example of being in a professional
organization. The fifth suggestion is be a smart shopper,
even with regular suppliers. Don't keep paying for things
you no longer need. Paying a little more out of habit or because
you've always bought that particular product may make life
more convenient, but those added expenses can quickly accumulate
and erode your profit margin. Remember the old saying "
a penny saved is a penny earned".
137 St. Robert Blvd. Suite B
St. Robert, MO 65584
the Banks of the Roubidoux!
Summer has arrived. The City staff is busy with many projects.
Because we have had to deal with FEMA concerning many flood
damaged areas these projects have taken awhile. The Roubidoux
Springs RV Park is now open and ready for guests. We will
operate without a shower house facility for a short time,
but plan to install a moveable bathhouse facility there.
The fencing around the County Annex property has been repaired
and the baseball fields will be moved shortly to the old
baseball field area behind the County Annex. We plan to
build two new baseball fields there and make the old ball
field area into soccer fields. Our Park Board is working
hard to bring games back to our community.
Groundbreaking for the new Roubidoux Park Stage has taken
place, as we begin a project to provide a central location
for our festivals and events in the Main Park area. We hope
to have it completed by Frogtober Fest in October. The Cinema
project continues and the B & B family has announced
an August opening. The infrastructure to the facility has
been completed and we continue to work on installing a fifth
electric feeder line there to provide reliable electricity
for the Ichord area.
The downtown DREAM initiative is coming to a close. Recently,
we received a comprehensive look at financing options to
improve the downtown area. We should shortly receive a final
Comprehensive Plan for revitalizing the Waynesville Square.
We also will begin a project of updating directional signage
in the downtown area this year.
The City Council amended our budget for this fiscal year
by adding several projects and accounting for approximately
$136,000 received from FEMA for flood damage and mitigation
projects. Our budget is now $18 million and under state
law must be balanced. At mid-year we always adjust our budget
in order to do that. We have fund balances of over $4.3
million, with over $1.4 million in restricted accounts and
over $1.84 million in reserve and savings accounts. We have
begun our annual audit process and have received a preliminary
report. Highlights of the draft audit include: "The
assets of the City on December 31, 2013 exceeded its liabilities
by $15.6 million." "Total long-term liabilities
of the City decreased by $855,622 during the nine month
period ending December 31, 2013." and "The total
net position of the City increased by $788,723 during the
last fiscal year." The City has a positive cash flow.
Preston Kramer, our regional MoDOT engineer, attended our
June council meeting to discuss the August 5th election
and the issue of Amendment 7, a 3/4 cent sales tax for transportation,
which has a ten year sunset attached. This tax is a bipartisan
effort by both Missouri legislative houses to improve our
highway and transportation infrastructure, as gasoline taxes
and funds continue to dwindle because of increased mileage
on new cars. Our roads and bridges need attention. They
are crumbling. A comprehensive list of projects promised
to be completed under this tax are listed on the MoDOT website.
Several projects for Pulaski County were listed. Replacement
of the bridge on Highway 7, a signalized interchange at
the Hunter's Point area and the completion of the sidewalk
project in West Waynesville and up Old H Highway to the
High School. Kramer also discussed the traffic issues at
Ichord and G. W. Lane St. MoDOT is investigating adding
a dedicated right turn lane as you exit off the ramp onto
Ichord. This would allow traffic to the High School to continue
and not back up onto the interstate ramp. They have also
added several seconds to the light there in an effort to
move more traffic. He also announced that along with the
three lane project from the I Bank to T Highway, that the
rest of Historic 66 to Buckhorn will be resurfaced at the
same time. That project will begin in earnest in 2015. Remember,
it is a cost share project between the City and MoDOT.
Being mayor can be fun sometimes and I have been taking
advantage of that this summer. I have hosted the Cherokee
Bike Riders, "Remember the Removal", in Laughlin
Park at our new Trail of Tears site. I welcomed a group
of International Students from Fort Wood to the downtown
area and also, led a tour through the City Hall. In June,
I welcomed, along with the Tourism Team, a group of Czech
Route 66 motorcyclists, we toured downtown and had lunch
at Hopper's. They were shooting a promotional film to be
used in Europe and Waynesville will be part of it. In July,
I will go to Huntsville, Alabama, to officially invite the
National Speleological Society to Waynesville for their
annual convention of Cavers in July of 2015. We expect over
1500 people to visit our community during that time, as
they explore the Cave State. It is fun telling people about
our town and fun to meet so many interesting people.
Enjoy the summer! Remember Old Settlers' Day and the YMCA's
Field of Heroes on July 26th. Remember SHOP LOCAL!
From the banks of the Roubidoux,
Mayor of Waynesville
The City of Saint Robert would like to wish
everyone a safe and Happy 4TH of July!
Discharging fireworks in the City limit: Fireworks may be
discharged or set off within City limits of Saint Robert
from June 30th through July 5th to include July 5th and
only between the hours of 8am-11:59pm.
Come celebrate your summer by cooling off
with us at Tiger Typhoon Aquatic Center. Prices for Tiger
Typhoon are: 3 & under-Free; Ages 4-54 - $3.00; 55 &
up - $2.00. Season Passes are available for the prices:
Individuals Season Passes-$60.00; Senior Season Passes-$35.00;
Family Season Passes-$125.00 (4 member total per family
& MUST include at least one adult); Family ADD A CHILD-$25.00
per child. Just a couple of reminders; all swimmers ages
10 and under must be accompanied by a guardian age 16 or
older. All children that wear diapers are required to wear
either swim diapers or plastic pants with elastic legs and
elastic waist at all times. Parents, if you forget the swim
diapers or plastic pants the City of Saint Robert has swim
diapers available for purchase. For information regarding
reserving a party deck or indoor pool for birthday parties
or special events please call 573-451-2625.
The City of Saint Robert will be hosting its
2nd Annual Golf with a Fire Fighter Golf Tournament. The
Tournament will be an 18 hole 2 person golf scramble. It
will be held on July 26, 2014 with a shotgun start at 9
am. Registration begins at 8 am at the Saint Robert Municipal
Golf Course. Post-Tournament BBQ will begin at 11am. Cost
is a $30 entry fee. You can also reserve a cart for an additional
$25 fee. Carts are limited so please reserve your cart as
soon as possible. Mulligans will also be available for $5
for 2 and Gimme Strings for $5. Please reserve a spot by
contacting the St Robert Fire and Rescue by phone at 573-451-2000
Ext 3102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can stop by or call the Saint Robert Municipal Golf
Course at 140 Duffer Dr Saint Robert 573-451-2000 Ext 1306.
All proceeds benefit the Saint Robert Fire Department.
Are your kids between the ages 4-15 and love
to play soccer? If so, registration starts June 30th thru
Aug 1st for the WSR Sports Recreation Fall Soccer season
beginning Sept 6th. Or are your kids between the ages 6-11
and love flag football or cheerleading? If so, Registration
starts June 30th thru Aug 1st for the WSR Sports Coed Flag
Football & Cheerleading season beginning Sept 6th and
ending Oct 18th. The registration fee is $35.00 for each
sport. Sign up at the Building Department located inside
the Saint Robert Municipal Center. Coaches are needed! For
more information please contact the Recreational Sports
Department by emailing email@example.com
or by calling 573-451-3344 or you can visit us at the Building
Department the entrance faces Eastlawn Ave at the Saint
Robert Municipal Center.
We would like to remind everyone that the St. Robert Municipal
Golf Course has instituted an honor box system for your
convenience. For more information regarding the Golf Course,
please call 573-451-3344. For more information on our Park
System please call 573-451-2625. Thank you in advance for
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League of Vets
Erst Photography, LLC.
6 Park View
Waynesville, MO 65583
Empowerment Bible University
Dr. Willie J. Curry
571 Old Rt. 66
St. Robert, MO 65584
Continental Production Services, Inc.
Craig Corbell II
2721 FM 521
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306 Rodman Rd.
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Tax Pros and More
15405 Texas Rd.
St. Robert, MO 65584
Lowe's Home Improvement
120 Carson Blvd.
St. Robert, MO 65584
Oliver Financial Group
Frank E. Oliver, III
402 Main Street
Longment, CO 80501
American Cancer Society
3322 S. Campbell Ave. Ste G
Springfield, MO 65807
Your Community Health Center
1050 West 10th Street, Ste. 480
Rolla, MO 65401
187 Route 1
Falmouth, ME 04105
Marisha Falk & Elaine Larsen
3725 Sunrise Oaks Dr.
Port Orange, FL 32129
Frisco Road Kings
Maher Maso & John Keating
6101 Frisco Square Blvd, 5th floor
Frisco, TX 75034
Ariane Dart & Tracy Leichtenberger
8010 15th St. East
Sarasota, FL 34243
The Canadian Beavers
P.O. Box 2828
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Chamber Chicks of Mesa, AZ
40 N. Center St. Ste. 104
Mesa, AZ 85201
Howard B. LaFever
Cazenovia, NY 13035
Andrea Schnetzler & Darrell Tindal
201 N. Forest Ave. Ste. 130
Independence, MO 64051
Hunter and the Invisible Sentry
28004 E. Pink Hill Rd
Independence, MO 64057
Stuart Graves & Peter Corel
940 South Coast Dr. Ste 200
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
231 St. Robert Blvd.
St. Robert, MO
Chamber Office Closed - July 4th in observance of
the Independence Day.
Chamber Luncheon - July 9th at 11:45 a.m. at Aussie
Jack's. Our sponsor will be Just Because. . . Please contact
the Chamber Office to RSVP before 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, July
8th. Seating is Limited.
Ribbon Cutting for Thirty One Gifts Independent Senior
Director - July 9th at 1:15 a.m. after the monthly Chamber
Luncheon at the Chamber office, 137 St. Robert Blvd., Ste.
Ribbon Cutting for Girl Adored - July 15th at 3
p.m. at Beauty Zone located at 878 Missouri Ave., Ste. 6
in St. Robert.
Membership Social -
July 31st at 6 p.m. at the Hampton Inn. Sponsoring
this event is Citizens Mortgage Company with Di Trapani's
Italian Bistro providing the food. This annual membership
social is a night of networking, fun and entertainment.
The cost to attend the Social is $15.00 per person. Please
call the Chamber office at 573-336-5121 no later than 9:00
a.m. July 21st to make your reservations.
the complete monthly calendar
The July Newcomer Spotlight Business is:
Fort Leonard Wood Command Orientation
18 bags were handed out in June.
Newcomer Materials are due to the Chamber Office by the
2nd Wednesday of each month. Newcomer Spotlight Businesses
are selected randomly. You must be taking advantage of this
benefit to be considered. If you are not currently participating
in this FREE program, you should be!
Advertise as little or as often as you wish in the Waynesville-St.
Robert Chamber "VOICE" Newsletter. Our
Newsletter comes out once a month, and will include a hyperlink!
Banner Ad; Top of the Page Exclusive
$300 (for six months)
$500 (for twelve months)
Side Bar Banner Ad
$200 (for six months)
$350 (for twelve months)
Flier; PDF format
$50 (a month)
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Chamber Board of Directors:
PRESIDENT - Phil Tackett
VICE PRESIDENT -
TREASURER - Marsha Mercer
Brad Budolfson, Carrie Williamson, Mike Freeman, Dr. Chris
Berger, Tracy McCord, Carey Heitman, Melissa Shelden, and
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - Cecilia Murray
OFFICE MANAGER - Leanna Weathers
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - Lisa Thomas