CORONA CHAMBER 2 CORONA Business News September/October 2017 www. My Chamber.org Board Member cont’d his way, until a resolution is in place. With a 26 year sports history com-bined with his entrepreneurial ex-perience, he brings an attitude of winning to whatever is placed before him. His vast business skill set comes from owning and growing small busi-nesses to building a large corpora-tion. Due largely to his belief that there is not a problem that cannot be solved, and no issue that cannot be dealt with. Jon owns several companies, and serves on the Corona Chamber Board of Directors. Living Better 101 is one of those companies. This is an educational component that teaches clients how to improve their credit, set a budget and live within their means. Living Better 101’s tag line sits next to an icon of a lighthouse: We represent a lighthouse rather than a life boat! We do not rescue, but instead help others find their way to shore. Jon can be found on the golf course, cooking up a storm in the kitchen and at every local community event. However he is happiest spending time with his partner, in life and busi-ness, as they juggle a family of nine children and fourteen grandchildren. You can reach Jon by email: Jon@ LivingBetter101.com or the office, toll free 844.844.3911 EYEducation Update Vol. 2 By Alan A. Arabi, O.D., ProView Eye Care Optometry H ow many hours are you on the computer each day? How about your smart phone or tablet? According to the American Opto-metric Association, the average Amer-ican worker spends seven hours a day on the computer either in the office or working from home. And when we are not using the computer, we are likely using our smart phone or other electronic devices. Unfortunately, eye problems associated with these activ-ities are increasing among all ages. Computer vision syndrome (CVS) or digital eye strain refers to individ-uals who experience vision or ocular discomfort related to prolonged use of digital devices. The most common symptoms are eye strain, headaches, blurred vision and dry eyes. Those at most risk are individuals who spend more than two hours a day on a com-puter or digital screen every day. Often simple eye exercises, work-place adjustments and/or a simple glasses prescription recommended by your eye doctor can help to relieve symptoms. Schedule an appointment with your eye doctor to be evaluated. For more information or to sched-ule an eye appointment call ProView Eye Care Optometry at 951-737-7820 or visit our website at www. proview2020.com. CORONA Chamber of Commerce 904 E. Sixth Street, CORONA, CA 92879 (951) 737-3350 | My Chamber.org Bobby Spiegel President/CEO Bobby@MyChamber.org Heather Rawlings Member Services & Advertising Director Heather@MyChamber.org Linda Richards Member Services Linda@MyChamber.org Betty Sherin Bookkeeping Betty@MyChamber.org Stephanie Shapiro Member Services Stephanie@MyChamber.org Deserie Ramirez Member Services Deserie@MyChamber.org Jordan Windeknecht Member Services Jordan@MyChamber.org CORONA Business News Graphic Design Kim Mabon Creative By Design www.creativebydesign.net Jim Dorsey Photography 951.735.8668 Corona Rose Flowers cont’d CORONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2017 OFFICERS Chairman of the Board Don Garling Lifetime Vinyl Fence Fabricators, Inc. Chairman-Elect John Weyhgandt Western States Financial Vice Chair Yolanda Carrillo Corona-Norco Family YMCA Chair of Finance Mike Ryan Ryan & Associates Financial Services Vice Chair of Finance Don Williamson Corona History Association Immediate Past Chairman Mark Peabody Peabody Engineering & Supply, Inc. President/CEO/Corporate Secretary Bobby Spiegel CORONA Chamber of Commerce LIKE US ON #CORONACHAMBER Sean Kelley Kelley Law Dr. Anthony Pirritano Integrated Medical Center of Corona – CompAccess Mike Quraishi Aladdin Cleaning Services, Inc. Bryan Reece, PhD Norco College Dean Seif CARSTAR Allstar Collision, Inc. Jan Steiner Thoro Packaging Jerry Wilson PRMG Liaison for NAVSEA Corona Division Jennifer Stewart US Navy / Naval Weapons Surface Warfare Center BOARD OF DIRECTORS Carolyn Anderson Waste Management Palbinder Badesha Express Employment Professionals Angie Byars 3M Corona Dr. Aimee French Breathe Clinic Don Goodluck Dart Container Coporation Jim Gore Vulcan Materials Company Jon Haratyk Living Better 101 Ruth Jaffe Kaiser Permanente Michael Lin, Ed.D. Corona-Norco Unified School District Kim Mabon Creative By Design Chris Miller Thomas Miller Mortuary and Crematory Linda Pearson Corona Regional Medical Center Lea Petersen Southern California Gas Company in Corona, Norco, Eastvale, Mira Loma and La Sierra. They provide flowers for any occasion, from ex-travagant weddings, to heartfelt sympathy arrangements to small “thank you” bouquets. The staff at Corona Rose can always be de-pended upon to create something beautiful and special. Coronans that attended May-or Dick Haley’s, “State of the City Address” were treated to the spectacle of beautiful floral bouquets decorating the other-wise stern City Council Cham-bers whiles their sweet fragrance wafted through the packed room. To better service their custom-ers, a new delivery van is now in service and a small store facelift has been completed. The Tebbets are also considering expanding to a second retail location. Terry sends a, “Great big THANK YOU from everyone at Corona Rose Flowers, for allowing us to provide service to this fantastic community.” He invites everyone who has not tried them, to come in or call. Terry says, “Let us show you why our amazing customers have kept us around this long.” Corona Chamber Executive & Business Partners These financial partners provide additional funding to the chamber to support & provide additional member services. For advertising information, contact Heather Rawlings at ( 951) 737-3350 Since 1910, the Corona Chamber has been providing ‘resources for prosperity’ for the businesses and community of Corona, CA. This Chamber represents the interest of business in the greater Corona service area by providing its members networking opportunities, promoting the community, and engaging federal, state, and local officials in order to improve the economic prosperity of the Inland Southern California region. With a membership of over 800 businesses, representing over 55,000 jobs, the Corona Chamber is the voice of business. Learn more by visiting www.MyChamber.org.