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Welcome to West Richland Area Chamber of Commerce!

 Mission Statement

We will be an advocate for West Richland and the greater surrounding region. 

To promote growth and economic vitality for our members and our community through collaborative business to business interactions. 

Our vision: Paving the way for our members to have a thriving business and a strong relationship with our community.

Our mottos: “Where the Fun Happens”    “Linking Business, City, and Community”

Current Events

 August Monthly Membership Luncheon
 
Wednesday, August 3 at noon
Sandberg Event Center at 331 S. 41st Ave.
Speaker: WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor Keith Moo-Young
Sponsor: Chaplaincy Health Care
Caterer: The Country Gentleman
 $1000 Chamber Bucks for coming, and $2000 more for inviting a non-member along with you.
RSVP by August 2 at 967-0521 or wrcc@westrichlandchamber.org for an extra $500 Chamber Bucks
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National Night Out
 Tuesday, August 2nd
5:00-8:00 p.m. at Flat Top Park on the corner of Bombing Range Rd and Van Giesen Blvd.
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The WR Police Dept and WR Chamber want to invite you and your family!
 
NATIONAL NIGHT OUT is designed to:
 
•Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness;
•Generate support for, and participation in, local anticrime programs;
•Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships; and
•Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Volunteering will get you $10,000 Chamber Bucks; let us know if you are available!
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August Business-Building Breakfast
Growing professionally on your way to work!
Tuesday, August 9 at 7:30 a.m.
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Speaker: Christy Lambert
“Creating Contagious Influence”
$1000 Chamber Bucks for attending, and $2000 more to invite a non-member to come with you!
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 Announcing West Richland Chamber’s group night at a
Dust Devils baseball game!
Just for the fun of it!
 
Wednesday, August 10 at 7:15 is when the game starts in your Upper Box seat, but come early for an all-you-can-eat/drink BBQ at 6:15.
 
Call Brae Dilley at 544-8789 to reserve your spot and pay: $21/adult and $15/kids aged 4-12. Call by August 4!
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WRACC July Member of the Month
Monteith Insurance!
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 Congratulations and thank you for your support/participation!
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Welcome to the West Richland Chamber, New Members!

Fat Olives

255 Williams Blvd

Richland, WA 99352

www.fatolivesrichland.com

Community First Bank of Kennewick

6401 W. Clearwater Ave

www.community1st.com

Community First Bank of Richland

1060 Jadwin Ave.

www.community1st.com

Colonial Life: Cindy Fredrickson

5602 W. Clearwater Ave. Ste.A

Kennewick, WA 99336

www.coloniallife.com

Green2Go

214610 E SR 397

Kennewick, WA 99337

www.g2gmenu.com

Another Brad Idea

4803 Salvia Ct.

Pasco, WA 99301

www.anotherbradidea.com

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Thanks for renewing your membership last month. Glad to have you back for another year!

AAG Insurance

Budget Blinds

Col Solare

H & R Block/Sue LaRue

NRG Resources, Inc.

Dispute Resolution Center of Tri-Cities

Young’s ServiceMaster

White Bluffs Center

Van Giesen Square 

The Entertainer

Benton County Mosquito Control

Pasco Wingstop

Enterprise Middle School

Monteith Insurance

Dade Moeller

Markel Properties

US Linen and Uniform

Hop Jack’s–Richland

 


Member-to-Member Discount Program

West Richland Chamber Members, declare that you are member at these businesses to get your discount!

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Connection. That’s the word that comes to mind when I think about the West Richland Chamber. Since The Chaplaincy joined the chamber over 3 years ago, our agency has become more connected with West Richland. Chamber meetings give us the opportunity to talk about our work, share it with others and connect with them. In addition, I have personally become more connected with the people and community, thanks to the Chamber and how its community involvement and events act as a catalyst, bringing the community together and bringing residents from the other cities to West Richland. Leslie Streeter, The Chaplaincy, Director of Communications

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