Vesper Masonic Lodge Tehama County Small Business Grant Program
$500-$1000 grants over the next four months totaling $40,000
Chamber Summer Farmers’ Markets!
Wednesday Market starts June 3rd!
Registrations are open for Wednesday and Saturday Markets.
With Farmers Market being an “Essential Business,” as determined by the Governor’s order, we are excited for our Summer Farmers Market Downtown.
We are spacing booths farther apart and asking that customers don’t handle the produce. Many farmers will be pre-bagging when possible. Come by to our market manager who will have hand sanitizer and gloves available if anyone needs/wants them.
We look forward to providing healthy local food to our community.
We are excited for another great year with lots of great farmers, and vendors, starting in June!
Increased EBT, WIC, and Credit Card services this year.
For questions, to register or more info visit www.redbluffchamber.com or you can call Jason at 530-527-6220 ext. 301
Prepared by the US Chamber of Commerce
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses.
Importantly, these loans may be forgiven if borrowers maintain their payrolls during the crisis or restore their payrolls afterward.
The administration has released initial guidelines; they are available at www.treasury.gov. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has issued this guide to help small businesses and self-employed individuals check eligibility and prepare to file for a loan.
Small businesses and sole proprietors can begin applying on April 3. Independent contractors and self-employed individuals can apply beginning on April 10.
Dear Small Business Owners and Nonprofits,
Please see linked to the icon on the right for an easy to read breakdown of the Cares Act signed by President Trump last Friday. I see two majors funding streams for small businesses under 500 employees which would also include nonprofits.
The first is the Payroll Protection Act which you should call your local bank to see if they are eligible to assist you in this program. Using a local financial institution fast tracks the process. If they can’t provide the services, I might be able to point you in the right direction.
The second part is the SBA Disaster Relief Loans. You can reach straight out to SBA or you can go through our regional folks at Butte College SBDC and they’re walking individual businesses through the steps for this process. Their number is 530-895-9017.
We will provide more information as we receive it. Thank you and we wish you the best in this battle hoping you , your family, and your business will do well and thrive! We are in this together!
Go SBA Though local SBDC at Butte College for faster service!
COVID-19, Disaster Loans, and more From SBDC & SBA
Please contact Butte College SBDC who need SBA Loan for faster approval rate. All of our consulting is currently being done remotely (online, phone, email, etc.). We find that when businesses complete the SBA information themselves online, they do not address the needs correctly and documents they forward is not as complete as can be.
Go to www.buttecollegesbdc.com.
Butte College Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
2480 Notre Dame Blvd.,
Chico, CA 95928
Serving Butte, Glenn & Tehama Counties
#redbluffca #tehamacounty #sbdc #ButteCollege #sba #loans #webinars #rbchamber
“Small and midsize employers can claim two new refundable payroll tax credits to reimburse them, dollar-for-dollar, for the cost of providing employee leave related to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Businesses with less than 500 employees can get funds to provide employees with paid leave, either for the employee’s own health needs or to care for family members.
To take immediate advantage of new paid leave credits, businesses can retain and access funds that they would otherwise pay to #the IRS in payroll taxes. Learn more about this and other #IRS info related to COVID-19 outbreak at: www.irs.gov/coronavirus
#redbluffca #tehamacounty #bussinesscredits #payrolltaxcredits
Facebook is making $100,000,000 available in small business grants. Any small business owner affected by COVID-19 can apply.
#smallbusiness #grants #redbluff #tehamacounty
Shop local! Especially now. Get creative!
Be safe, support local!
Stay calm. Wash your hands.
Please check for updates on our Facebook and Instagram pages.
Neighbors and Business Friends!
As we face this period of unknown daily outcomes the Red Bluff Chamber wants to make sure we keep our local businesses in mind. It is important that we remember that throughout the year, these same businesses have been the support and sponsors we need for all of our fundraisers, events and occasions. We need them to be around not only next week but for years to come. Let’s support them, where we are able, to get them through this time.
Here are some easy ways to support our local business community:
- Give the Gift of Business – If you usually frequent a business, buy a gift card that covers your usual patronage. Then either spread out the use of those gift card over time while you continue to support them when the threat has passed, or give them away as gifts to friends and neighbors.
- Keep your Memberships and Subscriptions – If you have a subscription or a membership do keep it going. Many small businesses and non-profits rely on that support to keep doors open and programming going. “This too shall pass…”, so when the dust settles, you will want to be back in that painting class, picking up your ukulele or hitting the gym. The continued support you give can literally save that business.
- Buy Now, Pickup Later – If you were planning to go out and buy manufactured products like clothing, home goods and yard supplies – give that business a call. Pay for it now and have them set it aside for you to pick up later. For business that offer online – shop away!!
- Just Ask! – If you know the owners and/or employees of a business personally, send an email or give them a call and ask how you can help. They might have ideas for how you can support them that are specific to their business.
Of course – we want our neighbors to do this safely and not put yourself OR the at risk population in danger. Keep washing those hands, keep your polite distance from others, stay calm and do your foot shakes if you are out and about .
Steps like these will enable local businesses to keep paying their staff (your friends and family members) and keep businesses viable in our community.
We Thank You All!
Your Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce.
BEAM2020 was a huge success!
Wow what an incredible evening!
Such amazing businesses and organizations gathered together to let themselves shine! Thanks to all from the community that came out to support these businesses. BEAM2020 was a huge success! So many winners and a special congratulations to Raj Deol on winning the 50 inch smart TV! Special thanks to all of our great sponsors again this year!
See you soon – great things are happening in Red Bluff.
Canceled or Postponed Local Events
All regular Chamber events are canceled through May.
Our Saturday Farmers Market continues at the River Park from 8 AM until Noon.
We also have Chamber weekly Zoom update meetings Wednesdays at 2 PM.
For more information email email@example.com or call 530 527-6220 ext. 301
Red Bluff Interiors is the Red Bluff Chamber’s Business of the Quarter
The Red Bluff – Tehama County Chamber of Commerce and the Red Bluff Daily News would like to congratulate Red Bluff Interiors for being selected as the Business of the Quarter.
Red Bluff Interiors was nominated as the Business of the Quarter for their outstanding customer service, ability to quickly respond to emergencies and last minute service requests, and good financing options for property owners. One customer added that they provide an excellent inventory, highly skilled employees, and “Johnny-on-the-spot service.”
Red Bluff Interiors is a locally-owned, family operated business with a long history in Red Bluff. Paul Culbertson and family took over the business in 2011. Paul shared that the Culbertson family is very grateful for the support of their customers over these last nine years. They are a one stop shop with products including the newest innovations in laminates, hardwood, luxury vinyl, carpet, and window coverings. Stop by their store to see all the great products they have to offer.
Red Bluff Interiors is located in downtown Red Bluff at 406 Walnut Street. They are open Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:30 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Phone number is 530-527-3801.
Congratulations and thank you to Red Bluff Interiors – Chamber of Commerce Business of the Quarter!
– POSTPONED Due to Covid-19 –
Cowboy Golf Tournament!
Friday, April 17th 9:00 AM at Wilcox Golf Club in Red Bluff. Lots of prizes, fun and have a chance to play with Pro Rodeo Cowboys! The Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce is excited to host this tournament again. Great prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. It was a sold-out field last year. For more information, call 530-527-6220 ext. 301. Sign up for the Cowboy Golf Tournament online! Register by April 12th. If space available after 4/11 to 4/16 there will be a $25 late fee.
Cowboy Golf Tournament Raffle Prize Donations
We are looking for Raffle Prizes for our Cowboy Golf Tournament. Would you be willing to donate something for this great event with locals, out-of-towners and Pro Cowboys? A gift basket or some other great gift – it’s a great way of promotion! It’s going to be the biggest and best Cowboy Golf Raffle yet! Sean Rix (530) 824-9405 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for the support!
– POSTPONED Due to Covid-19 –
2020 Chamber Ambassador Rally
May 7th, 8th, 9th
The 2020 Chamber Ambassador Rally is coming to Tehama County on May 7-9th and will be hosted by the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce! We’re excited to welcome Chamber Ambassadors from all over California for this fun, educational networking opportunity!
– POSTPONED Due to Covid-19 –
Chili Cook-Off Merchandise Vendors
Do you have something to show or sell? How about signing up for the Chili Cook-Off as a vendor? The event is on Washington Street in Downtown Red Bluff from 9am to 3pm on Saturday, April 11th. FMI 527-6220. Chili questions please call 530-736-3044; for the Car Show info call 953-6345. Vendor only sign–up available online.
– POSTPONED Due to Covid-19 –
Come enjoy the Party of the Round-Up, sponsored by the Chamber and the Cattlemen, on April 16th from 5:30 to 10:00 PM. Located as always at the newly remodeled Reynolds Ranch, 501 Madison Street. Paul and Kitt Reynolds will be our gracious hosts! Entrance badges are available now; you can be purchase them at Reynolds Ranch/The Loft, the Palomino Room, at the Chamber or at the door for just $10. This includes the famous Tehama County Cattlewomen Fajitas! 21 and older event.
2020 Chamber Member Directory and Visitor Guide
5th Annual Chamber Christmas Breakfast
We had a great crowd this morning at our 5th annual Chamber Christmas Breakfast at Red Bluff Dodge. Tremendous generosity with all the gifts that were given at the breakfast as well as cash donations to get even more presents for the youth of our community.
Thank you Red Bluff Dodge for being incredible hosts and such a blessing to the community. Delicious food by Los Mariachis.
Excellent networking with Red Bluff and Tehama County’s Finest! What a great way to celebrate the Holiday Season with friends and associates!
So many brought fantastic toys for the less fortunate in our community for the CHiP’s For Kids program. Ugliest Sweater Contest Was too amazingly ugly!
“Colors of Christmas”
2019 Downtown Red Bluff Christmas Parade
- (Winning Plaques available at the Chamber Office)
- Grand Marshal – Tehama District Fair
- Special Guest Macy’s Sleigh and Reindeer
- Equestrian – 2019 Red Bluff Junior Rodeo Queens
- Floats – Westside 4-H
- Marching Units – Jaida Jobe, US National Baton Champion
- Novelty – The Disability Action Center Pirate Ship
- Vehicle Units – Cal Fire / Tehama County Fire Department
- Special Pooper Scooper Award – Tehama Together
Congratulations to all our winners, and great job to all entries! Merry Christmas!
Thanks again to our Christmas Parade sponsors the Red Bluff Downtown Business Association, the Red Bluff Tehama County Chamber of Commerce, Red Bluff Dodge and Green Waste of Tehama. Thank you to our sound man Larry Vawter, and set up by the Palomino Room. A special thanks to the Tehama County Search and Rescue for coordinating the Parade. A big thank you to our Parade Coordinator, Nathaniel Porter. Thank you to our judges: Taylor Collins, Holly Bobadilla, John Schwabauer, and Dianne Bramhall. A special thanks to our announcers Amanda Jenkins and Mandi Owens – 2 Mandi’s on a Mission.
#redbluffchristmasparade #santa #christmasparade #downtownredbluff #colorsofchristmas #tehamadistrictfair #grandmarshals #lightedparade #macys #redbluffdodge #greenwasteoftehama #palominoroom #redbluffca #tehamacounty #rbchamber #rbchamberambassadors
Chamber Dinner Awards 2019
Great people, great fun, great awards, food and music!
It was an inspiring evening.
Thank you to all sponsor, donators, volunteers, attendees and congratulations to all our winners!
3 In 1 Special Advertising Push For You!
Do you have an important and exciting event or sale coming up?
Let the Chamber promote you through 3 different avenues! This special package price has proven great results for events, meetings, and sales.
For more information or to sign up contact the Chamber at 527-6220 x 301 or email email@example.com
Red Bluff Swag at the Chamber!!
We have just received a fresh order of t-shirts, sweatshirts and new hats!!
Chamber Summer Farmers’ Markets!
350 Salem Street
Chico CA 95928
Tri Counties Bank
727 S Main St
Red Bluff, CA 96080
Red Bluff Dodge
545 Adobe Rd
Red Bluff, CA 96080
340 Hickory St. #4
Red Bluff CA 96080
Rolling Hills Casino
2655 Barham Ave.
Corning, CA 96021
The Red Bluff Tehama County Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization which promotes the growth and prosperity of local commerce through the support of visitor attraction efforts, ongoing community awareness, shop local campaigns and networking opportunities.
Welcome to the official website of the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce. As you can see, we are providing information regarding Visitor Information, Calendar of Events, Business Directory, Chamber Information, Relocation Information, and Community Links.