|Don't Wait to Register! Only Five Tables Left!|
On October 25th, the Tempe Chamber will host the 21st Annual State of the City Address featuring Mayor Mark Mitchell at the Marriott Buttes Resort.
Don’t wait to register or sponsor a table! As of this morning, only five tables are left. If your organization would like to sponsor a VIP table for 10 and increase your visibility, contact us today at 480-967-7891 or learn more on our tickets page.
|Attend today's informative Lifestyle Affinity Health Plans workshop!|
Tempe Chamber in partnership with the East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance now provides an innovative group health benefits solution designed to help employers strategically manage healthcare costs while still providing employees great benefits!
This informative work session will review the program's unique features such as premium savings averaging 5-15%, and up to a $500 deductible credit available to all wellness participants.
This event is free and open to members of the Tempe Chamber and the general public. Registration is required.
|Pulse of Business Survey Results FY2020 Q1|
Every quarter, the Tempe Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Greater Phoenix Chamber and other chambers across the Valley, conducts a business outreach survey that aims to help better understand the needs and concerns of chamber members throughout Maricopa County. See what over 220 Valley-wide businesses reported.
|Mentoring Program Applications and This Week's Mix & Learn|
The Women in Business Council mentoring program applications are now available to any Tempe Chamber member. If you're interested in being a mentor or protege this year, please fill out the online applications below.
To learn more, you can download the Mentoring Program Overview which includes program benefits, the entire program schedule and sponsorship information. Applications must be submitted no later than October 31st. Any questions regarding the mentoring program can be directed to the Director of Marketing and Programs, Sukki Jahnke
|Interested Becoming a Veteran Supportive Employer?|
The Tempe Chamber Military Affairs Committee is proud to partner with the Arizona Coalition for Military Families to provide our members with FREE training on becoming an Arizona Veteran Supportive Employer.
This training will take place Wednesday, December 4 from 8 am - 12 pm.
|Slices on Mill Benefiting St. Mary's Food Bank|
Wednesday, October 9th, Slices on Mill is hosting an ALL DAY EVENT benefiting St. Mary's Food Bank! Anyone that brings two canned goods will receive a free slice of pizza with purchase of another slice. In addition to BOGO deals, attendees that post photos or videos on social media will be entered to win free prizes and cool Slices on Mill merchandise!
Slices on Mill hopes to see you there!
Address: 11 E 6th St #102, Tempe, AZ 85281
Guests 21 and older can sip and stroll select Phoenix Zoo trails on October 10th, while enjoying craft brews, wine and food. Plus, animal encounters, yard games, live music, entertainment and more! Find out more here.
|Rock Away Hunger Benefiting United Food Bank|
Rock Away Hunger is a charity event that mixes local music with philanthropy. Their mission is to make an impact in the lives of the homeless, hungry, and working poor by providing lofty donations to local food banks while also showcasing our amazing local music scene.
- This year they are thrilled to have United Food Bank as their beneficiary!Register today!
When: October 10th from 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Where:Brass Tap in Downtown Gilbert
On October 12, from 8:30 am - 10 am and 10:30 am - Noon explore South Mountain with experienced Park Rangers and educators as your guide and learn more about the fascinating history that has shaped the South Mountain we know today.
|Explore Hieroglyphic Canyon: South Mountain’s ‘House of Rain’|
Join South Mountain Environmental Educational Center for a special trek into arguably the richest and densest collection of petroglyphs in South Mountain. Peter Krocek, co-author/photographer of the book, “Landscape of the Spirits” will be the guide. Recommended for avid hikers ages 18 and up. For more information, click here.
|Annual Benefit BBQ Lunch and Shred-a-thon (ton?)|
Beginning Saturday, October 19, Hacks for Humanity, sponsored by Project Humanities at Arizona State University, is a 36-hour hackathon for the social good, challenging participants to create technologies to address local and global issues.
This annual event draws some 150-200 students, faculty, staff and community members, each with their individual talents and backgrounds of expertise. Register today!
|Monster Mash Vampire Masquerade|
The TCH Monster Mash is TCH's annual fundraising event and generates revenue to improve the lives of people with disabilities (e.g., Autism, Down syndrome, cognitive delay, Cerebral Palsy).
The theme this year is: Vampire Masquerade. This bloody good event includes dancing, raffle, games, a costume contest, other activities, drinks and dinner. Come dressed as your favorite vampire or just as you are...costumes are fun but not required. To register, go to the website.
- Cost is $60 per ticket or $100 per couple.
- Must be 21 years of age to attend.
Trick… or treat? A spooky event for all ages! Howl-O-Ween includes activities and experiences for the whole family. Please be aware of the activity’s description before participating.*
Looking for scary tricks? SCARY activities are for guests ages 8 and older who like a good scare! Sweet treats more your style? MERRY activities are appropriate for all ages. For more information, click here.
|32nd Annual Clean Air Campaign Awards & Luncheon|
Join Valley Metro at this year's luncheon as they honor the 2019 Champions for Clean Air. Register today!
When: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Where: Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort & Spa
|Purpose Community Goal Network Has Taken the Pledge|
|Oktoberfest This Weekend!|
Coming to Tempe this weekend is Oktoberfest! October 11-13th at Tempe Beach Park hangout with friends and family and enjoy Local & International Food, 25+ Varieties of Beer, Music, Dancing, Rides, Contests, Sports & More!
|Spruce Up Your Holiday Marketing Plan|
It’s time to start planning for the holidays and end of the year so join the Downtown Tempe Authority, Google and Constant Contact to “Spruce Up Your Holiday Marketing Plan.”
This livestream workshop is from 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 16, in the Downtown Tempe Community Room. Space is limited. Find more information and register here.
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE WEEK OF October 7, 2019
- 9th Street & 11th Street west of Mill Avenue: Electrical upgrades for traffic signals may cause intermittent turn restrictions/closures. Concrete preparation work for the Overhead Catenary System (OCS) foundations continues. Expect sidewalk/crosswalk detours.
- Apache Blvd from Gammage Curve to Rural Road: Concrete preparation work for the OCS foundations continues, along with electrical upgrades. Traffic will be maintained in both directions. Expect sidewalk/crosswalk detours.
- Apache Blvd east of Rural Road: Track installation and OCS foundation work continues. Traffic maintained in both directions. Expect turn restrictions and possible sidewalk/crosswalk detours.
- Ash Avenue: Crews continue with OCS foundation installation along the southbound side of Ash Avenue.
- Ash Avenue and Rio Salado Parkway intersection: Road widening efforts are ongoing at the Ash Avenue/Rio Salado Parkway intersection in preparation for roundabout construction in early 2020. No traffic restrictions due to this work, though traffic may experience delays through the work zone.
- Rio Salado Parkway: Civil and track installation work is ongoing throughout the corridor. Overnight work will continue near the Marina Heights West intersection, resulting in left turn restrictions during work hours. Click here for more details.
Tempe Chamber of Commerce
1232 E. Broadway Rd. Suite #211
Tempe, AZ 85282