www. My Chamber.org CORONA CHAMBER CORONA Business News 3 January/February 2018 Chairman’s Award 2017: Dr. Pirritano Most days, Dr. Pirritano can be found treating patients in his office at 2250 South Main Street, in Coro-na. He treats spinal misadjustments, back, neck, shoulder, sciatica pains, headaches, etc., caused by lifestyle, accidents, injury or age. He is highly sought after by those who are des-perate for his healing talents, and is one of the most successful chiroprac-tors in the region. Dr. Pirritano subscribes to the latest advances in health care. As an example, he tells us, “We utilize FDA-approved Spinal Decompres-sion, which is the most important medical advance in the non-surgical treatment of back pain in the last ten years. Quite frankly, it has revo-lutionized our practice.” The Doctor offers this insight on his philosophy: “We believe in old-fash-ioned, house-call dedication with 21st century technology.” When asked what is most rewarding about his practice, Dr. Pirritano says, “Our primary source of new patients comes from referrals from our existing patients. The more love we give, the more that seems to come back to us. It is fantastic when previously medically unresponsive cases find relief with us.” Appointments with Dr. Pirritano can be made by calling (951) 737-1252. The Chamber of Commerce is pleased to recognize Dr. Anthony Pir-ritano with the 2017 Chairman’s Award. Pantone 3015 C Pantone 384 C Pantone 7532 C Ambassador of the Year 2017: Shilo Vigil the needs of their members. Shilo has been in financial services for over 12 years and started in the Credit Union arena with Visterra Credit Union which merged with Altura Credit Union in 2016. She is well known for her excel-lent customer service and knowledge of the banking industry. Before Altura, she spent eight years with Starbucks Cof-fee as a manager, corporate trainer and classroom facilitator. Currently, she lives with her fami-ly in Corona and appreciates serving the community in which she lives. In her free time she enjoys painting and hiking. She has a thirteen year old son who attends Citrus Hills Interme-diate in Corona. Her son is very ac-tive in the community, participating in little league and the school choir and supporting him in his activities is one of Shilo’s greatest delights. Besides helping people succeed fi-nancially, her favorite part of her job is volunteering for events with her Altura team and the annual presen-tation of Altura Foundation Schol-arships which she encourages more CNUSD students to apply for. At the Chamber, it is our joy to pres-ent this award to Shilo for her faithful commitment to the community and to our members. She always arrives at events with a can-do attitude that encourages others to be the best they can be. Congratulations Shilo! Well done and well deserved. DR. ANTHONY J. PIRRITANO Chairman for the Corona Cham-ber, Don Garling will present the Chairman’s Award to Dr. Pirritano. “Based on his continual service to the Corona Chamber, serving on our Board, Chairing the successful Golf Tournament, and providing nu-merous resources for the Chamber, were all important factors in my se-lection process.” Motivated to ease suffering and pain, Dr. Anthony J. Pirritano com-pleted his training at Los Angeles College of Chiropractic over 25 years ago. A graduate of Corona High School, he knew he wanted to develop a practice in his hometown. SHILO VIGIL Every year the Corona Chamber honors one Ambassador with the title of Ambassador of the Year for out-standing service and dedication to the Chamber. In 2017, we had many that went above and beyond the duties of Ambassador, but one shined through as the winner. 2017 Ambassador of the year is Shilo Vigil, Branch Manager of Altura Credit Union on Lincoln Ave. in Corona. To be eligible to receive this award, the Ambassador must be a Chamber member in good standing for at least six months, volunteer their time representing the Chamber at events, deliver membership plaques and assist the Chamber in meeting Awards of Excellence – Businesses of the Year HEALTH & WELLNESS: SERVICE: RETAIL: Other Awards MANUFACTURING / DISTRIBUTION: COMMUNITY NON-PROFIT: Rising Star: Cassandra Sanders-Holly Leaps & Bounds Making A Difference: Donnette Tanner Wheat Volunteer Registration for tickets and sponsorships: www.MyChamber.org or call 951.737.3350 To become an Executive Partner for 2018, contact Bobby Spiegel at 951 733 1836 or Bobby@MyChamber.org Purchase early and Save!