Red Bluffs Farmer’s Markets!


Good Morning, Red Bluff! at Growney Motors, June 30th

We are looking forward to our upcoming Good Morning, Red Bluff! on June 30th hosted by Growney Motors.

And we hope you will join us! It’s from 7:50 AM to 9 AM. They are located at 1160 Main St.

Special morning goodies will be served. Come to this most popular networking event in the County, so we can learn more about you and your business.

Prizes will be given out.

And remember to invite friends or associates as well.


2022 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!

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.

We have created QR code posters that you can print and post (download HERE). Virtually every smart phone can instantly scan the QR code and link directly to the online directory. Try it yourself! There are two versions – choose the one most appropriate for your place of business – for out-of-town Visitors OR Locals.

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 info@redbluffchamber.com 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.


WOW WHAT A PARADE!

The Red Bluff Roundup Parade was a huge success! Despite a slight rain sporadically 50 entries, over 500 participants, 30 volunteers, and 2,000 spectators enjoyed great morning here in downtown Red Bluff!

A special thanks to all our volunteers; TC Search and Rescue, Law-enforcement, Judges, Staging leaders, Announcers, Chamber Ambassadors, Chamber Staff, and a special shout out to our Parade Director Nathaniel Porter! Without all of you the parade would not be as fantastic as it is now!

Thank you to all the participants of this year’s Round Up Parade! Our judges worked hard to get to the difficult decision of winners in the various categories.
Please see attached for the results. Trophies and plaques will be available for the winners in the Chamber office anytime Tuesday morning after 9 AM to 4 PM You all are tremendously “Field of Dreams” and contributed greatly to an amazing parade – thanks again to everyone involved! Congratulations again to the Grand Marshals, 11-12 year Red Bluff All-Star Team!

RED BLUFF ROUND-UP PARADE – JUDGING RESULTS


FLOATS CIVIC/FRATERNAL-JR

1st Corning High School Ballet Folklorico 2nd Red Bluff Youth Soccer
FLOATS CIVIC/FRATERNAL-SR.
1st Friends of Renaissance Faire
2nd Westside Grange
FLOATS COMMERCIAL
1st St. Elizabeth Hospital
2nd North Valley Services

 

MARCHING UNITS – DRILL TEAMS
1st Reenactors American Civil War
2nd St. Peters Episcopal Church
MARCHING UNITS JR HIGH BANDS
1st Vista Eagle Marching Band

Majorettes – Group
Big Dreams: Flare Dance Group

 

SINGLE MOUNTED – NOVELTY
1st Leena & Valentino
SINGLE MOUNTED – FANCY
1st Mikala Decker
2nd Jackie Scarry

Mounted Pairs – Jr.
1st Lake County Round Up Royalty
Mounted Groups Jr.
1st Horseman’s Association
2nd Red Bluff Round Up Royalty
Mounted Groups Sr.
1st Los Amigos de Los Molinos
2nd Pendleton RoundUp Q. & Court

 

HORSE DRAWN – VEHICLE
1st Reno Rodeo
VEHICLES – Individual Pre – 1989
1st Republican Women
2nd Nelson & Nelson
VEHICLES – Group Entries Pre ‘89
1st Frenchy’s Truck Show

 

MISC. – SPECIAL INT. GROUP
1st Asphalt Cowboys
2nd Red Bluff Pickleball Group

MISC. – GROUP NOVELTY
1st Trax Transportation
2nd Sheri Wintle Dog Park


WOW! BEAM 2022 WAS AMAZING!


The vendors were incredible. The sponsors were amazing. The food and the photo booth were so good! A great crowd of locals. And Flagship Armada was off the hook! So many prizes given away including two 50 inch TVs to lucky winners!

But the people who showed up and all the vendors had so much fun and made for a great atmosphere and event! So many folks signed up for jobs! People made great networking connections.

Thank you to the Chamber directors, ambassadors and staff who worked so hard to make this event such a blessing to the community!

With sincere appreciation we thank all of our Sponsors for supporting our

most fun Chamber Business Expo/Job Fair/Mixer ever! Without you, we would be unable to do an event like this! Very grateful for all of our sponsors, vendors, Directors, Ambassadors and volunteers!


The 2022 Tehama County Calendar of Events Is Here!

The 2022 Calendar of Events is now 8 pages, listing over 300 events in our area!

Thousands of copies of these calendars are distributed to motels, RV Parks, tourists, visitors, AND local residents each year.

In addition, the 2022 Calendar of Events will be included in all visitor information and relocation packets that are mailed out as a result of inquiries and requests.

Please print and reference throughout the year. Hard copies are also available now at our office, the City and County, restaurants, hotels and visitor centers. For updates, please continue to visit us on our website!


Christmas Joy Arrangements Delivered!

Over 350 Christmas Joy arrangements delivered by Haley Ray and the Tehama Floral team!

Deliveries included six senior health care facilities, hospice, Meals on Wheels throughout the County, and smaller facilities including Corning. Over 100 more to be delivered in the next few days.

Thank you, Red Bluff and Tehama County, for your generosity!

We’ve heard back from many residents that they felt so loved. One precious lady who recently lost her husband said this made for a great blessing to her, ” You have no idea how much…” That’s what it’s all about!


Chamber Christmas Breakfast Huge Success at Red Bluff Dodge!

Over 200 gifts were given to CHiP’s for Kids for local needy youth, with 140+ people celebrating Christmas and giving!

Thank you, Red Bluff Dodge for hosting this great event!

A hot and delicious breakfast was provided by Los Mariachi’s Restaurant. We had tremendous networking with Red Bluff and Tehama County’s finest! What a great way to celebrate the Holiday Season with friends and associates!

Ugliest Sweater Contest was amazing with many winners including our grand prize winner Catherine Fantone! Wonderful door prizes were given at the conclusion of the event.


Best Downtown Parade Ever!

Thank you to the thousands of joyous spectators, with 1,000 glow sticks in hand, and to the nearly 60 entries (with over 100 vehicles and several hundred of participants). We had a fantastic Christmas Parade night!

Thank you for all who entered, volunteered, and cheered! It was our biggest parade both in entries and crowd size! What a tremendous job by all entries in this year‘s parade!

Special thanks to our judges, announcer, Chamber Team, Tehama Search and Rescue, Red Bluff Fire, Red Bluff Police and the City crew. We couldn’t do it without your support!

There were so many tremendous parade entries that deserved recognitions! The biggest winner was the Red Bluff community!

This year’s top three Parade winners are:

1st place – Red Bluff 20-30 Club

2nd place – Cutting Edge Landscape

3rd place – Amigos de Los Mo

Congratulations to all our participants! It was our greatest parade yet! Merry Christmas to you, your family and friends!


2022 Employment Posters

California employers and businesses are required to post updated employment posters at their places of employment. Please note that there are changes to the poster and all employers will need to have the 2022 poster in order to be compliant with the law. 

All employers and businesses are reminded that the 2022 employment poster, which contains all state and federal employer notices, is available through the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce office. The poster contains all required employer notices on one poster and includes a checklist to ensure poster is displayed according to law. If you have employees that work full time at home, they need a poster too.  

Poster protection is available for updated posters on any law changes during 2022. 

Email jason@redbluffchamber.com  or call 527-6220 ext. 301 to order yours today.


Great Celebration and fun at the Chamber
Dinner and Mixer

Real Life Superheroes

was the theme for this incredible event celebrating businesses and organizations that have persevered the last 20 months.

 

300 registered guests were encouraged at this revamped annual mixer/dinner. It was held Tuesday, October 5th at Long’s Country Charm Private Estate located at 20200 Live Oak Road. Along with food trucks, silent auction, games and prizes, the annual awards were also given out by the Chamber. Thank you to all who gathered, promoted, worked and donated to our best and biggest dinner ever!  What an amazing community we are privileged to work in. Red Bluff and Tehama County you are Real Life Superheroes!

 

2021 Chamber Award Winners

Gene Penne Award for Business and Community Leadership;  Lynne Moule, Business Connections.

Business of the Year; Tehama Floral, Haley Ray.

The Chamber Spirit Award; Lacy Wilson.

The Chamber Beautification Award;  A & R Meats.

Special Recognition: Tehama Creatives

Director of the Year: Randy Hansen

Table Decoration Award: Greenville Rancheria


Cowboy Golf Tournament Great Success

A full field of amazing golfers. Thank you to our many sponsors and volunteers. Many winners of our challenges and games and first place of the tournament was Lucas Sandow and team.

Thank you Cowboy Golf Sponsors! The Cowboy Golf Tournament was a sold-out, successful event and we couldn’t do it without our generous sponsors. We appreciate all of your effort, time, and expense in making this Round-Up week tradition a success. Sincerely, Cowboy Golf Committee of the Red Bluff-Tehama County Chamber of Commerce

Dave Gowan, Red Bluff-Tehama Chamber; Lisa Hansen, Express Employment Professionals; Sean Rix, State Farm Insurance


Business Decorating Contest Results

Our Chamber Ambassadors were busy out and about throughout the community Tuesday, April 6th enjoying and judging Round Up Business Decorating Contest entries. It was great fun and very creative celebrating the spirit of 100 years of Red Bluff Round-Up!

A big thank you to all our Business Entries! Here at the winners from the judging committee.

  • Best Live Action: Coldwell Banker
  • Most Creative: Tehama Country Visitor Center
  • Best Use of Original Red Bluff Round Up Material: Timios Title
  • Best Costume: Durango RV Resort
  • Best Window Display: Huckleberry & Co
  • Centennial Award: Lassen House Assisted Living
  • Best Living History: Red Bluff Senior Living
  • Spirit Awards: Rockin’ R Restaurant, Red Bluff Interiors and Placer Title
  • Best Promotion of the Centennial: Red Bluff Round Up Mercantile
  • Overall Winner: Summit Funding, Inc
  • Honorable Mention: Tommye Carlon for painting the windows of our town year after year

Thank you to our Ambassadors: Taylor Collins, Deanna Bramhall, Tiffany Eaton, Kristal Todd, Mandi Owens and Sami Stabile for doing such a fantastic job!


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!



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

530-895-9017 Phone
konuwaso@butte.edu
Serving Butte, Glenn & Tehama Counties

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Chamber Dinner Awards 2021

Great moments from the 2021 Chamber dinner!
“Building Dreams”

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 dave@redbluffchamber.com


Thank You, Red Bluff!!!!!

For ALL of YOU who. volunteered, smiled, promoted, participated, hosted, worked, watched, competed, donated, and cheered during the 11 Days of Round-Up. THANK YOU for making this an amazing year of Round-Up and all the other events!


Red Bluff Swag at the Chamber!!

We have just received a fresh order of t-shirts, sweatshirts and new hats!!


Make a Difference – Donate!

Donate to the Chamber to assist promoting our area!


Gold Sponsors



PG&E

350 Salem Street
Chico CA 95928
1 (800)743-5000

 

 


Tri Counties Bank
727 S Main St
Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 529-7080


Red Bluff Dodge

545 Adobe Rd
Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 366-3166



833 Mistletoe Lane, Suite A1
Redding CA 96002
Office(530)224-6866


PrimeLending

340 Hickory St. #4
Red Bluff CA 96080
(530) 529-0812


Rolling Hills Casino

2655 Barham Ave.
Corning, CA 96021
(530) 528-3549


Wal Mart DC 6026
10815 Hwy. 99W
Red Bluff CA 96080
Desk: (530)529-8403


Mechanics Bank
500 Luther Road
Red Bluff CA 96080
(530) 528-3060


Sierra Pacific Foundation
PO Box 496028
Redding, CA 96049-6028
(530) 378-8000

For you to become a Gold
or Silver Member, Contact
Dave at the office or contact us.