“Leading Through Crisis” Registration extended!
We had over 50 participants on our first session!
You can also access the Session 1 Participant’s Guide here.
Our first “Leading Through Crisis” session was yesterday and it was fantastic! For this week only you can still register and we will send you the first video link so that you are up to speed to join us next Thursday for our 2nd of 4 session as well as the informational packets
You’re invited to participate in this inspiring John Maxwell Mastermind class
Dave Gowan, Red Bluff Chamber CEO and certified JOHN MAXWELL TEAM MEMBER, will lead the class.
This life-changing and powerful class is based on John Maxwell leadership training resources.
Take the time and grow for yourself and for others!
This inspiring, COMPLIMENTARY leadership class is OPEN TO EVERYONE in the workplace, education, churches, organizations, and anyone in your community with a heart to lead people and bring value to them.
A four-week, one-hour, inspiring ZOOM class, covering key elements to apply during crisis such as communication, responsibilities, deliberate thinking, and partnership, as well as the top values to have during a crisis.
Zoom classes left are Thursdays; Feb 25th March 4th and 11th from 3 to 4 PM.
Key points of the class:
- What challenges and opportunities a crisis unleashes.
- What real leadership looks like in crisis.
- Leadership is not a position, it’s a function. And that means you! You have it in you!
Register at: redbluffchamber.com
For more information:
2021 Online Member Directory is Live! – See your listing now
We are really excited about this year’s Member Directory and Visitor Guide with greater reach and impact than ever before. Click HERE to see what’s inside, including your directory listing and any ads!
We’ve also put together a short 2-minute “Walk-Thru” video that highlights how to navigate the online directory.
The digital publication of our chamber directory is sent to the entire membership. Hard copies will also be placed at Hotels, Visitor Centers and Government Institutions.
Additionally, we are taking the immediate steps to promote the directory and our member-advertisers in each issue by (during all twelve months of the issue):
- Sending to our emails of 1,100+ twelve times a year for 19,800 annual impressions.
- Sending to our 1,500+ Instagram followers twelve times a year for 27,000 annual impressions.
- Sending out to our 6,300+ Facebook friends twelve
times a year for 113,400 annual impressions.
- Posting on our website for 135,000 annual impressions.
That means we are creating 295,200 impressions every year for our directory!!
Our yearly directory has become one of the strongest voices of the Chamber community, and this publication allows us to tell our stories of what is happening at the Chamber, address economic and advocacy issues impacting our members, and provide a positive snapshot of our amazing community.
** Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to request that we link to your story or your ad in any of our quarterly email, social media or website pushes.
PPP SBA, the #PaycheckProtection Program will re-open the week of January 11 for new borrowers and certain existing PPP borrowers.
To promote access to capital, initially only community financial institutions will be able to make First Draw PPP Loans on Monday, January 11, and Second Draw PPP Loans on Wednesday, January 13. The PPP will open to all participating lenders shortly thereafter. Contact your local financial institution for more information.
This round of the PPP continues to prioritize millions of Americans employed by small businesses by authorizing up to $284 billion toward job retention and certain other expenses through March 31, 2021, and by allowing certain existing PPP borrowers to apply for a Second Draw PPP Loan.
Key PPP updates include:
• PPP borrowers can set their PPP loan’s covered period to be any length between 8 and 24 weeks to best meet their business needs; • PPP loans will cover additional expenses, including operations expenditures, property damage costs, supplier costs, and worker protection expenditures; • The Program’s eligibility is expanded to include 501(c)(6)s, housing cooperatives, direct marketing organizations, among other types of organizations; • The PPP provides greater flexibility for seasonal employees; • Certain existing PPP borrowers can request to modify their First Draw PPP Loan amount; and • Certain existing PPP borrowers are now eligible to apply for a Second Draw PPP Loan.
A borrower is generally eligible for a Second Draw PPP Loan if the borrower:
• Previously received a First Draw PPP Loan and will or has used the full amount only for authorized uses; • Has no more than 300 employees; and • Can demonstrate at least a 25% reduction in gross receipts between comparable quarters in 2019 and 2020.
Learn more: http://ow.ly/d99350D3sT8
2021 Labor Law Update Webinar
In 2020, the California legislature had a busy year responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and implementing new employment laws for 2021. The new bills touch almost every facet of employment — including leave laws, wage and hour, workers’ compensation, and industry-specific laws.
Red Bluff Employers
Call the Free HR Hotline with all your employee questions: 1-800-399-5331
Join us to learn about:
- California Family Rights Act (CFRA)
- Site Safety & COVID-19 Requirements
- Workers’ Compensation Updates
- New exemptions for independent contractors
- Expanded Crime Victims’ Leave
- Sick Leave Designation requirements
- 2021 Minimum Wage & Exempt Salary increases, and more…
Order Your 2021 Employment Posters at the Chamber Office!
Click HERE to place your order today!
All California employers are required to post updated 2021 Employment Posters. We’ve got everything you need on a single poster in either Paper ($30.16) or Laminate ($50.63). Consider adding Poster Protection ($16.00 Non-Lam) ($28.00 Laminated) for free updated posters on any law changes during 2021.
Special Discount – Get Additional 2021 Paper Posters for REMOTE EMPLOYEES at 50% Discount – just $15.08 each!
California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program Round 2 Opens FEB 2nd!
As you know, Round 1 of the California Small Business COVID-19 Relief Grant Program closed on Wednesday, January 13th. More than 340,000 applications were received and reviewed by Lendistry. All applicants should have been notified by this week that they were either:
- Selected for Round 1 and asked to enter bank account information
- Waitlisted for Round 1 and automatically entered into Round 2 (and DO NOT have to re-apply)
- Deemed ineligible for the program (i.e. if gross income was more than $2.5 million in 2019)
If an applicant has not received any notification of their status, there is a possibility that there were duplicate applications and the application/s are being reviewed. In this case, notification will be sent as soon as the duplicate applications are deleted by Lendistry.
A total of $237 million will be disbursed to those selected in Round 1 over the next few weeks. Lendistry asks that applicants remain patient as those awards are electronically deposited into their accounts.
There is another $237 million available in Round 2. It is important to reiterate that applicants DO NOT have to apply again if they were not selected in Round 1. They will automatically be entered for the next round.
For those small businesses and nonprofits that HAVE NOT YET APPLIED, Round 2 opens on Tuesday, February 2nd at 8:00am and closes on Monday, February 8th at 6:00pm. Again, applicants who have already submitted their application DO NOT need to apply again. Submitting a second application will slow the review process.
Applicants selected in Round 2 will receive notification between February 11th and February 18th.
If you have any questions, please contact 3Core at Annie Chavez at email@example.com or (530)893-8732 x.205
Very festive downtown drive-through Red Bluff Christmas Parade!
Hundreds of vehicles, thousands of Joyous people, 900 glow sticks made for an amazing Christmas parade! Thanks for your patience to get through it all! Thank you to all of the entries you did an amazing job!
Are winners last night were: 1st Red Bluff Senior Living, 2nd Red Bluff Fire Department (with Santa), and 3rd Durango RV Resort – great job to all! Thank you judges.
Special thank you to Red Bluff police Department, Red Bluff Fire Department, California Highway Patrol, Tehama County Search and Rescue for your amazing work! The Red Bluff Chamber team Jason, Nat and Dave
Also, to our sponsors: Red Bluff Dodge, Downtown Red Bluff, Prime Lending Red Bluff, Green Waste of Tehama, and Vesper Lodge for making it an amazing and memorable evening!
Christmas Joy Arrangements
We have begun to deliver the Christmas Joy arrangements to our local healthcare facilities. Thank you so much Red Bluff and beyond you have exceeded the goal of donating $25 for 220 arrangements to give to each resident in the six local healthcare facilities! As you may well know, due to being in the purple category, the residents must stay in their rooms. Thank you Red Bluff and beyond for your generosity!
Haley Didio, owner of Tehama Floral Co. and her great team did all the work to put together beautiful arrangements. Today they began delivering these bundles of joy with cards for each resident with the donors name.
Chamber Christmas Breakfast at Red Bluff Dodge Huge Success!
Chamber Drive-Thru Christmas Breakfast and CHiP’s 4 Kids Toy Drive at Red Bluff Dodge! Huge success!
More toys at this event and donations than ever before. Even though we had to pivot to make it a drive-through it was great to see so many people come by at Red Bluff Dodge. They dropped off a toys received great food from Los Mariachis and we were able to wish them a Merry Christmas! We saw folks that we used to see on a regular basis here at this event. Great to see everyone again!
Hosted by Red Bluff Dodge located at 545 Adobe Road. Toys can still be dropped off for a few more days here at Dodge, at the CHP and the Chamber. As well as a number of other locations around town.
This was a great way to celebrate the Holiday Season!
Bottom line was an opportunity for people to bring a toys for the less fortunate in our area through the CHiP’s 4 Kids program.
Very Ugly Sweaters showed up!! Thanks Red Bluff for your generosity!
Tournament results from our Salute to our American Heroes Golf Tournament
1st Place, Action News Now; Joe Bull, Steve Deveraux, George Fahey, and Mike Alleva
2nd Place, MAGA Pilots; Michael Ward, Mike Greer, Theron Brentham, and Mark Imhoff
3rd Place, Red Bluff Round Up; James Miller, Gary Ramos, Brad McGilcrest, and Justin Ramos
Sean Rix State Farm putting contest winner, Scott Barry
Moules Tehama County Glass “Glass Break” winner, Steve Deveraux
Red Bluff Dodge closest to the pin $500 prize, Steve Deveraux
Shasta Beam 50-50 closest to the pin, Mike Swithenbank
Red Bluff Round Up long shot, Mike Alleva
Special thanks to our Title Sponsor Redding Distributing and our excellent tournament coordinators, Sean Rix and Lisa Hansen. Our Prize Sponsor Green Barn Whiskey Kitchen.
Great job Adam and the Wilcox Golf Club team for putting on a tremendous tournament.
Thank you to our Hole Sponsors; Comfort Inn, Tobin and Associates, American Ink, Blach Beverage, Northern California Title Company, and Primelending.
Great thanks to our Lunch Sponsor: Prime42 and Cart Sponsor: Suburban Propane.
Wonderful job by all our Chamber Directors, Ambassadors, volunteers and Chamber team. We couldn’t do it without you!
Canceled or Postponed Local Events
All regular Chamber events are canceled through January.
Our Saturday Farmers Market continues at the River Park from 8 AM until Noon.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 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.
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
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.
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 –
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!
2020 Chamber Member Directory and Visitor Guide
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.