CORONA CHAMBER 12 CORONA Business News November/December 2017 www. My Chamber.org Attract More Clients with Comprehensive Marketing Chamber 2020 cont’d Chamber’s Sacramento summit. At the Sacramento Summit, the Coro-na Chamber and over 20 business lead-ers, just like you, worked with leaders from CalTrans, infrastructure planning, job creation, and several other key em-ployment development areas to begin a regional planning pro-cess focused on devel-oping career building jobs, better infrastruc-ture, while helping in-crease access to great health care. “We have put to-gether an initial framework to ensure that Corona and our Region are put first in line when we are competing for infrastructure projects,” said Yolanda Carrillo (Co-rona Norco Family YMCA) who will lead this program, and is slated to be Chairman of the Board for the Coro-na Chamber in 2019, in testimony be-fore the City of Corona Finance, Leg-islation and Economic Development Subcommittee of the City Council. “We recognize that other regions are extremely successful at capturing their stats on growth and development,” continued Carrillo. “Now we are work-ing on a framework to pull together all of our stats on growth and devel-opment; healthcare access; and infra-structure project outcomes to explain to employers and physicians why they should locate here, AND, to regional, state, and national agencies why they should partner with Corona to contin-ue to build great infrastructure.” The Corona 2020 Strategy will AN-ALYZE opportunities for Corona to improve. BRING leaders together to share their expertise and CREATE mea-surable progress towards goals. There are three main components: Employ-ment; Healthcare and Infrastructure. EMPLOYMENT: The partnership will work with employers to attract or de-velop 7,000 jobs by the end of 2020. The average Corona worker com-mutes almost 36 minutes to and from work with many commuting much, much longer. We will honor and rec-ognize employers who hire new staff-ing for jobs. Our first business we will highlight, see page 12 of this issue, will be Premier Auto Armor. If your com-pany is expanding, please outreach to From a single project to contract marketing, we use our expertise to get results from your marketing dollars. Customizable to any budget. Mention this ad and get $50 off a marketing strategy session or your first order of $500 or more. (New Customers Only) 951.226.5617 | www.CreativeByDesign.net 400 Ramona Ave., Suite 212-L, Corona 92879 (By Appointment Only) the Corona Chamber so we can add your success to the growing employ-ment picture for our community. In turn, your success in adding employ-ees will help us compete nationally for the resources necessary to continue to improve roads and other important infrastructure across our community. HEALTH CARE: By 2020, the part-nership will work with physicians and leaders to attract up to 50 new practic-es here. Increasing the quality of care, enabling additional services in Corona is vital to our future. Many residents drive to Orange County and outside of Corona for their healthcare services. The Corona Chamber will work on embrac-ing and bringing services and physician offices to the greater Corona area. INFRASTRUCTURE: The partner-ship will work with leaders to elimi-nate 1,000,000 hours of traffic in our community by the end of 2020. Sav-ing energy and wasted time will make every life better. Time is money, and waiting in traffic wastes numerous hours, creates frustration and causes less quality of life. While this goal will not end traffic, eliminating unneces-sary and wasteful time on the road will help minimize delays. To learn more, contact the Corona Chamber at 951.737.3350.