TAKE ME HOME! business news online @ iebusinessreview . com Inland Empire Business Publications LLC 11875 Pigeon Pass Road, Suite B13-SMV Moreno Valley, CA 92557 PRSRT STD ECRWSS U.S. POSTAGE EDDM-RETAIL T HE I NLAND E MPIRE VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3 PAID Local Postal Customer B USINESS R EVIEW ™ SERVING THE INLAND EMPIRE BUSINESS COMMUNITY March 2016 All New Section B For More Corona News Click Here B Salute to Military May 20 The chamber asks that regis-tration be completed by May 2 to ensure all arrangements are coordinated. Through the gen-erosity of the business com-munity, and individuals who purchase tables and tickets, all veterans will be guests at this luncheon. “This tradition was started many years ago, and truly, we should be treating our American Heroes to free meals daily,” stated Dean Seif, Chair-man of the Legislative Action Committee for the CORONA Chamber. Dean continues, “Our chamber takes our free-dom seriously, and we have the utmost respect and honor for those who have served.” Ticket pricing and table sponsorship are accessible online CORONAchamber. org or calling the chamber at 951.737.3350; Sponsorships begin at $500 and go up to $5,000. Individual tickets are $55 which also helps to un-derwrite partial costs to put on this event. ... Continued on page 7 rigadier General Mun-cy will be keynote speaker at CORONA Chamber’s Quarter-ly Membership Meeting – where the organization and business community will hon-or and salute military person-nel – all part of Armed Forces Day celebration. Slated for Friday, May 20 at the Circle City Center, 365 N Main St., Corona CA 92879, the lun-cheon and 2-hour program will begin at 11:30am. The Chamber is seeking all Veterans, Reservists and Ac-tive Duty personnel to register T Annual Sacramento Legislative Summit Summit Briefing, where we will get the inside scoop from its president, Allan Zarem-berg,” states Dean Seif, 2016 Chairman for the CORONA Chamber’s Legislative Out-reach program. “Typically we hear about the politics behind major issues affecting em-ployers’ ability to stay com-petitive.” The session that Seif is re-ferring to is titled: Strati Talk / Initiatives with Alan Zarem-berg; followed by Insiders Media panel and then guest speaker / Pollster: Dave Sack-... Continued on page 7 on line at CORONAchamber. org as they will be the guests of the 105 year old organization and the business community. SEEKING ALL VETERANS, RESERVISTS AND ACTIVE DUTY PERSONNEL TO REGISTER ON LINE AT CORONACHAMBER.ORG AS THEY WILL BE THE GUESTS OF THE CORONA CHAMBER AND THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY. he Annual Sacramen-to Legislative Summit will take place on Tues-day, May 17 through Wednesday mid-morning May 18. Paralleled with the CO-RONA Chamber’s Legislative Platform for 2016, the group of business leaders will ex-perience tremendous insight and education on the way Sacramento does / does not do business. As California has become known for not being business friendly, our chamber’s work is cut out for us! “Our group will attend the CAL-Chamber’s Business CORONA Chamber R partners with Manufacturers’ Summit -April 26th egional manufactures and supporting busi-nesses will gather again for the 5th An-nual Manufacturers’ Summit, April 26th at the Ontario Convention Center. “We have topics of interest for every level of manufac-turing and business,” stated Debbie Smith, 2016 Summit Chair. “We are excited to ex-hibit products that are actually made in the Inland Empire at our special “Made in the I.E.” Hall, and are calling on all local manufactures to participate.” The Manufacturers’ Summit, produced by the Manufactur-ers’ Council of the Inland Em-... Continued on page 6 T By Don Williamson In the past, thousands of Coronans supported CORO-NANight with the Angels , organizing their own groups of co-workers, friends and family. Fond memories remain of the past games when some busi-nesses would charter transpor-tation for their employees and enjoy a night of bonding and promoting “esprit de corps”. This year, Administrative Professional’s Day is also on April 27. This allows a splen-didly timed opportunity to show appreciation to your dedicated administrators with tickets to see the Los Angeles Angels. The Chamber Foundation has arranged a special ben-efit for CORONA Night with the Angels, Metrolink is of-fering the discounted fare ... Continued on page 7 he start of the 2016 Major League Base-ball season finds the welcome return of a popular tradition, Corona Night with the Angels. On Wednesday, April 27, the CO-RONA Chamber Foundation has secured tickets for local fans to see the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim play the 2015 World Series Champion Kansas City Royals. This will be the only home stand the Champs will play in Southern California this year. There are three ticket price ranges; Field $40, Lower View $30 and Upper View $12. Field and Lower View buyers re-ceive an Angel’s cap with each ticket. Customers for the Upper View section or anyone else, can purchase a cap for the below market price of $6.