Making Connections

Making Connections!
Anne Schultz, President


Greetings Members! Welcome again to our weekly update! There has been a constant theme this at the Chamber and that is, “making connections.” In an effort to increase our business network, we have created opportunities for members to come together outside of our monthly member meetings.  The addition of our morning coffee meetings and after work happy hours, have been well attended and great opportunities for members to make new connections. Our next member Happy Hour is this Thursday, October 26, at Concierge Apartments. We hope you can make it! In addition to these meetings, Chamber Ambassador Jose Ramirez, realtor with Keller Williams, has been meeting with members and creating short informational videos. These videos are an excellent way for you to relay your company message to a broad audience. Check out Jose’s latest video with Richfield Historical Director, Alyssa Swanson on our Facebook page. If you would like to create a video, contact Jose today to schedule a meeting.

Another update the Chamber would like to discuss is the 66thstreet project. It is well underway and we want to hear your feedback of how it’s going. In order for the Chamber to work with the city on future projects, it is important for us to understand the needs of our members and how these current projects have affected them. If you have a business along or near 66th Street, here are a few key resources to know about. There is a website set-up at which has a general overview of the project and estimated timelines. If you have a specific question or concern on the project, you can call Angela at 612.444.3186 or email, There is also afacebook page that the City of Richfield updates. If you have more questions or concerns about the project please contact me today to discuss.