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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and our friends at COPA Health have created a month long campaign to share tips and advice regarding mental health. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, “Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in the U.S. since 1949. Every year during the month of May, NAMI joins…

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Cigna Health Improvement Tour Coming to Mesa Community College

Mesa Community College is proud to sponsor a location for Cigna’s Health Improvement Tour that’s coming to Mesa on February 15th at 10:00am-4:00pm. A free preventive care health screening is heading your way. The Cigna Health Improvement Tour is coming to your community. The Health Improvement Tour will offer: Biometrics and skin cancer checks by…

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Employee Retention Tax Credit Information

Your Chamber has recently seen in increase in the volume of companies that are interested in helping businesses file for Employee Retention Tax Credits, a refundable tax credit benefiting businesses that kept employees on the payroll during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is important that companies understand the qualifications and the changes that have occurred since…

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UPDATED: MESA CHAMBER CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTS & EVCCA MEASURE RECOMMENDATIONS

MESA – The Mesa Chamber of Commerce today announced its endorsements for the upcoming Mesa City Council Elections. The Mesa Chamber Board of Directors endorses: Trista Guzman Glover – Mesa City Council District 4 Eva Burch – Candidate for Legislative District 9 “Burch has proven herself to be someone the Mesa business community can work…

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Mesa Veterans Program: September Meeting Minutes

The Mesa Veterans Program held their September 2022 meeting on Thursday, September 15th. Please find a downloadable PDF of their meeting minutes here. Members and guests are welcome to attend future Mesa Veterans Program meetings by checking the Mesa Chamber of Commerce Calendar for an up to date schedule.

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2022 Mesa Pitch: Pitch Us Your Business Idea

The Mesa Pitch We describe it to people as ‘Shark Tank meets TED talk’. A live event that you can attend (and be a sponsor of), where six entrepreneurs will pitch their new business ideas to five Judges for cash prizes. Submit Your Idea We are looking for great new business ideas. You can make…

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Mesa College Promise: Backpacks and School Supplies

We thought we would share a fall message from the Coordinator for the Mesa College Promise program. My name is Lisa Cartwright-Harris, and I am the Education and Workforce Coordinator for the City of Mesa. As part of my role, I am the city’s liaison for the Mesa College Promise, an initiative created by Mayor…

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Theft by Extortion

Imagine a typical would-be customer walking into your business. This person steps up to your counter and demands something for free and goes even further. The person then goes after your reputation by threatening to leave a scathing online review if the person does not get something for free. This act of theft by extortion…

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Mesa Chamber Mourns the Loss of East Valley Leader

The Mesa Chamber today extends heartfelt condolences to the friends, family and community of Queen Creek regarding the recent passing of Mayor Gail Barney. Mayor Barney was a catalyst to the tremendous growth that Queen Creek has experienced in becoming one of the fastest growing communities in the valley. “As a dynamic leader in the…

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Mesa Veterans Program June 2022 Meeting Summary

Thank you to all who joined us for the Mesa Veteran’s Program Committee this past June 16. The committee opened the meeting by identifying struggles each attendee have faced or have seen within our veteran community. An area of high attention and concern was in transitioning from the military into the workforce. The committee also…

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