Sep 03 2014

Salem Chamber Of Commerce Business In The News

Providing professional Tammy Fleming includedcontributed to the Salem group

Bank of the Cascades continues to expand its housemortgage group in an effort to reinforce local economies in Oregon and Idaho. With a current $2 billion pledge to provide credit to small businessessmall companies and people over the next 3 years, the Bank invites loaning specialist Tammy Fleming to the Salem group. As the brand-new home loan originator in Salem, Fleming brings more than 15 years of proficiency and a deep understanding of the regional community to the Bank Group.

Interior decoration expert, Nanci Bartley, joins Carlson Veit Architects

Carlson Veit Architects is pleased to announce the addition of Narcissa Bartley, Associate IIDA, to our team. She received a Bachelors of Science degree in Interior decoration from Oregon State University.

Fundraising occasion in September to commemorate fourth anniversary

Natures Pet Market will certainly celebrate their 4th anniversary with a Barkday Party and Fundraiser for Rescues from 11am– 3pm on September 27 at their location, 4555 Liberty Roadway S, in the SunnySlope Shopping Center next to Roths. To celebrate our Fourth, 4 percent of all sales will certainly go to the Willamette Humane Society and getting involved rescues. Activities consist of Meet the Rescue Groups, Ask the Fitness instructor, Ask the Vet, Terri Jacobson Photography, caricatures art by artist Georgiana Thomas, sales and more.

Free community shred-day hosted by the Keizer Authorities Department and OSU Federal Credit Union

OSU Federal, Your Community Cooperative credit union, has partnered with the Keizer Authorities Department to welcome the public to a free community document shred-day from 10 am to 1 pm on September 13 at the Keizer Safeway parking area, 4990 River Roadway North.

Hosted by OSU Federal as a community service, any individual can bring boxes of out-of-date files such as old checks or obsoleted kinds and statements with personal details. Documents will certainly be safely shredded onsite for free with simple drop off outside the OSU Federal Safeway branch in the south side of the car park with 1 pm or till the shred truck is full.

Keizer Police Department Lieutenant Andrew Copeland stated, The Department of Justice recently reported over 16 million individuals were victims of identity theft in 2012 and shredding individual documents, credit cards, and unused checks is a wonderful method to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim. The Keizer Police Department is excited to team up with OSU Federal on this event and values the cooperative credit union for being proactive in the neighborhood by promoting means to be safer.

These occasions have been extremelyeffectively received in the past as we have actually coordinated two comparable shred days in North Albany and Corvallis this year and shredded more than 7,000 pounds of paper each time, said OSU Federal Keizer Branch Manager Craig Williams. We stay an active partner in the Keizer community and shredding is just another way for us to providerepay. To add the Keizer Cops Department and their efforts against identification theft to this occasion is an excellent property.

The Salem Area Chamber of Commerce is happy to present a sample of information and occasions from the companybusiness community. The Salem Location Chamber of Commerce is a personal membership company that works to ensure a strong regional economy where businesses can prosper. Contact:

The Salem Location Chamber of Commerce is proud to provide a sample of information and occasions from the businessbusiness community. The Salem Location Chamber of Commerce is a private 501(c)(6) not-for-profit subscription company that works to guarantee a strong local economy where businesses can flourish, and households can live, work, play and shop. The programs and expert personnel of the Salem Location Chamber have been recognized nationally, consisting of a 2009 Wall Street Journal function about the Chambers web site, The Salem Location Chamber of Commerce advocates for more than 1,200 businesses led by a volunteer board of directors who are devoted to sustaining Salems quality of life, and keeping our community and economy dynamic.