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T HE MONT HL Y NE WS L E T T E R OF T HE L I S L E A RE A CHA MB E R OF C OMME RC E June 2014


CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, June 5, 2014
5:00 p.m.
Riedys Tee Time Inc.
1400 Maple Avenue
Lisle, IL 60532

Lunch & Learn
Filing for Social Security:
Flexibility and Choices for
Your Retirement Income
Valerie Janke, CFP, Financial
Advisor, Waddell & Reed, Inc.
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
11:30 a.m.
Lisle Park District
1925 Ohio Street
Lisle, IL 60532
$5.00 Members

Lisle Executive Networking
Group (LENG)
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
5:00 p.m.
WheatstackA Midwestern
Eatery & Tap
5900 S. Route 53
Lisle, IL 60532

Business After Hours
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Museums at Lisle Station Park
921 School Street
Lisle, IL 60532

DuPage County Hounds
Chamber Night
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Benedictine University
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532

Cruise Nights
Saturday, June 28, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Downtown Lisle
Summer is finally here and we are enjoying outdoor activities once again. First I need to brag
a bit about my grandson Logan Althoff who entered the 26
th
Annual Lisle Woodridge Fire
Fighters Union Fishing Derby on Saturday May 24
th
. This community event was put on by
our member Fire Fighters Union and was held at Lisle Community Park. Prizes were
awarded for the largest fish in six categories of fish species. I am proud to say that Logan
caught the largest catfish of the day and overall the Biggest Fish of the Day! It was a five
pounder which was about a foot and a half long. The Fire Fighters Union did a great job in
coordinating the event and we thank them for providing a fun activity for our youth.

Lisles Memorial Day Parade and Picnic were held on May 26
th
. A major event of the Lisle VFW this years
Grand Marshall was Dennis Regan, a member of the Ross Bishop Post, former head of the St. Joan of Arc
Knights of Columbus and a Village of Lisle Community Service officer. Congratulations to this tremendous
community leader and honored veteran.

The picnic following the ceremony at the Lisle Cemetery was attended by a large group of parade attendees. I
want to thank the following chamber members for their generous donations for the picnic: John Morrell
Foods (Armour Eckrich), Family Video, Pizzeria Bombola, Fox Restaurant, Hilton Lisle/Naperville,
Jewel Foods, Sherwin Williams, The Nook, and Walgreens. There were an estimated 750 people who
enjoyed the free picnic. We also want to thank the Lisle Teens with Character for all of their help serving the
food. Lori and Bob Mandel were the on-site coordinators for set-up, serving, and cooking. Lori is with Lisle
Teens and Bob is with them, a member of the St. Joan Knights of Columbus, and a village trustee. Their
children are/were leaders in Lisle Teens and at Lisle High School. This is truly a family dedicated to
community service. Finally, the Lisle Woodridge Fire District was invaluable for the parade and picnic. The
picnic food was delivered and stored at Fire Station 51 on School St. and the newly hired fire personnel
delivered the picnic items to the museum campus and even cooked the sausages and hotdogs. I want to thank
them in particular for all they did.

On Saturday May 31
st
we had our first Cruise Night. The weather was gorgeous and we had a huge number of
cars (well over 100) and many visitors. Kitty Murphy of The Nook, Chair of the Downtown Business Council,
and Chair of our Board of Directors did a great job in organizing the event. We also want to say thanks to Lee
Ernst of Remax for his continued sponsorship, as well as Rob Salerno of Evviva for always being there for
us. This year we also welcome Bill Kay Chevrolet as a presenting sponsor. We look forward to seeing their
new Corvette and Classic Car facility which they just opened in Downers Grove.

Congratulations to SEASPAR on the opening of their new special needs room at the Lisle Park District
Recreation Center. The establishment of the room was a joint effort between the Lisle Park District and
SEASPAR (South East Association of Special Parks and Recreation). Cathy Morava of SEASPAR
coordinated the entire project which is truly a Wonder. Congrats also to Dana Corporation on the award
they received from Giant Steps for financial and other support. Rich Kozerski, head of the Lisle facility
accepted the award.

June has some great opportunities ahead so check out LENG, the ribbon-cutting at Riedys Tee Time, the
workshop on Social Security presented by Valerie Janke, Waddell & Reed, Inc.,our Business after Hours at
the Museums of Lisle Station Park and Chamber night at the DuPage Hounds. Also please volunteer for
Eyes to the Skies (July3-5) for the Chamber. Just go to eyestotheskies.org and select your time and the
job. This is how we are able to provide multiple scholarships to graduating high school students
every year.
Have a great June!
Mission Statement
To facilitate, advocate and cultivate opportunities for the Lisle Area Business Community
CHAMBERVISION

Capitalize on the Momentum
CHAIR MESSAGE CHAIR MESSAGE K KITTY ITTY M MURPHY URPHY
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CHAMBERVISION
2014
BOARD OF
DIRECTORS

Kitty Murphy, Chair
The Nook, Inc.

Paula Gleason,
Past Chair, Bensidoun, USA

Sonny Smith, Treasurer,
College of DuPage

Tom Reif, Chair Elect
Hallberg Commercial &
Benefits Insurance

Christopher Pellico,
Vice Chair, Navistar, Inc.

Chris Ashe,
Brian Ashe & Associates

Jim Harkness,
General Counsel, Momkus
McCluskey, LLC., ex officio

Mark Acquaviva
Performance Merchant
Processing, LLC

Elizabeth Boone,
Moser College, Benedictine
University

Richard Brink,
Hilton Lisle/Naperville

Mike Toohey
Lisle Park District

Bill Kuglich, Molex, Inc.

Julie LaFond,
St Joan of Arc

Susan Ross,
The Morton Arboretum

Diane Merna,
Adler Associate

Mayor Joseph Broda,
ex officio, Village of Lisle


CHAMBER STAFF
Tom Althoff
President & CEO
Jill Eidukas
Office & Events Manager
Jen Sumner
Office Assistant
So, did any of you take my advice to get involved last month? Did you set a goal to
attend at least one event in May? Why, you ask? For YOUR sake! All the activities
this Chamber plans are with YOU in mind. They are all opportunities to network.
They are all designed with our members in mind.
What a fun month we have had, right up until the end on May 31
st
with our first 2014
Cruise Night Block Party. A beautiful evening, a huge turnout (biggest one yet), 2
Presenting Sponsors Evviva & Bill Kay Chevrolet. Many Chamber businesses got
involved by setting up displays for their business during the event. Cost for that is only $50 you
cant go wrong! Lots of good business connections made between sponsor businesses and at-
tendees too!
All of the events hosted by the Chamber hold great potential for your business and they are fun
gatherings! Here are a few opportunities for June. Put a couple of them on your calendar. Bring a
friend or coworker with you. Successful Chamber Members are Active Chamber Members:
June 5
th
Ribbon Cutting at Riedys Tee Time 5 p.m. (these are always fun!)
June 9
th
Cruise Night Plng Mtg, The Nook in Lisle 5p.m. (new members always welcome)
June 12
th
Charity Event at Evviva (Mayor Broda is cooking for us.)
June 17
th
LENG Meeting at Wheatstack 5-6p.m. (come check it out)
June 18
th
Business After Hours at Lisle Station Park, 5-6 p.m. (excellent networking opp.)
June 19
th
DuPage Hounds Game, Benedictine University 5 p.m.
June 28
th
Cruise Night/Block Party on Main Street 6-10 p.m.
Your Chamber Board Members are hard at work behind the scenes as well. We are getting
involved on committees, attending events, and helping to implement some great ideas from our
Marketing Plan. Current activities include recruitment of a Junior Board (made up of College
Business Majors) to assist us with ideas and processes to improve our social media marketing. As
your governing board, responsible for the direction of our Chamber, we are also working on our
own job descriptions and key responsibilities to you, the members. Another summer endeavor will
be to draft and send out a member survey. We want to gather feedback on ways we can improve
YOUR experience as Chamber Members.
Great momentum going for 2014 lets capitalize on it!! Grow our business contacts, grow our
involvement, and grow our businesses -- together!! Have a great month!
Lisle French Market
Come out and enjoy the 2014 season featuring new vendors, including a knife
sharpening service, and of course, your favorite prior vendors will be on-
site. Look for MANY new products such as meat, cheese, eggs, poultry, olive
oils, herbs, kettlecorn, hot dog concession, honey, snow cones, pizza! Weekly
entertainment and monthly food demonstrations will augment your shopping
experience! This event is a pleasant amenity for the people of our community
and also presents some very unique opportunities for our local businesses and
non-profits. Contact paula_gleason@yahoo.com for more information.
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June 2014



ADVANCED LISLE DENTAL
ARDS SERVICES, INC.
BEST, VANDERLAAN &
HARRINGTON
THE BOMC
COFFEE NEWS
CROSSTOWN PUB AND GRILL
DESIGN & PROMOTE
DIVERSE FACILITY
SOLUTIONS, INC.
DUPAGE MEDICAL GROUP
K. HOVNANIAN HOMES
LISLE SAVINGS BANK
MIDAS AUTO SERVICE EXPERTS
MULLENS BAR & GRILL
NAVISTAR, INC.
NEIGHBORS OF LISLE
NEW TRADITION FUNERALS AND
CREMATIONS
NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE
ROSEHILL MONTESSORI
SCHULTZ-BRUNDAGE
INSURANCE
SHAUN POLLITT DESIGN
UNILEVER FOOD SOLUTIONS
WEST SUBURBAN COMMUNITY
PANTRY
WDCB, 90.9 PUBLIC RADIO
ZLAN PARTNERS

ATHLETICO
AVANT AT THE ARBORETUM
BULL/SOX TRAINING ACADEMY
CA TECHNOLOGIES
CADENCE HEALTH
CHICAGO RED STARS
CHOICE RX SOLUTIONS
COUNTRY FINANCIAL-VAN HAM/TAN/
MULYK AGENCY
EXTERIOR DESIGNERS, INC.
FASTSIGNS
FLORAL EVENTS
GOLDSTAR SECURITY SERVICES, INC.
HALLBERG COMMERCIAL AND BENEFIT
SOLUTIONS
HARRIS N.A. LISLE
HEALTH SOURCE OF LISLE
HOLISTIC HEALTH CARE
CENTERS, LLC
HUMIDOR
ILLINOIS ENERGY WINDOWS &
SIDING, INC.
INTEGRITY DESIGNS, LLC
INTEGRITY MOTORS
ISOPRIME CORPORATION
JANICE CONNOLLY INTERIORS
JIM DHAMER PLUMBING AND SEWER
MEDASCEND
MCCAIN FOODS USA, INC.
MOMKUS MCCLUSKEY, LLC
NEWPORT PROMOTIONS OF
DUPAGE INC.
OAKBROOK INVESTMENTS, LLC
OPTOMETRY & EYEWEAR GALLERY
P. MARTIN JEWELERS
PERFORMANCE MERCHANT
SERVICES, LLC
RAPID FUNDING CORP.
RE/MAX ACTIONLEE ERNST
ROBERT KELLY STUDIO
RUNNERS 4 WELLNESS
SERVICE MASTER TODAY
SHERATON LISLE
TODD MARTIN, DDS PC
U-STOR-IT MANAGERS LLC
UNIVERSAL GAMING GROUP LLC
VILLAGES ON MAPLE
WALSH FINANCIAL
WHEATSTACK... A MIDWESTERN
EATERY & TAP
GENERAL MEMBERSHIP L GENERAL MEMBERSHIP LUNCHEON UNCHEON




CADENCE PHYSICIAN GROUP
CONTACT: SEAN CAHILL, MD;
MATTHEW HATZL, PT, DPT, PHYSICAL THERAPIST
ADDRESS: 1019 SCHOOL STREET, LISLE
PHONE: PEDIATRICS AND INTERNAL MEDICINE (630) 315-8800
PHYSICAL THERAPY (630) 933-1500

Welcome new patients! Whether you need a routine physical or specialized care, Cadence Physician Group
offers a broad local network of primary care physicians and specialists all committed to quality,
compassionate care. Our newest site is located at 1019 School Street in downtown Lisle near the train
station. Sean Cahill, MD, double board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics, offers primary care for
the whole family. Lead physical therapist Matthew Hatzl, PT, DPT, offers specialized care in orthopaedics
and sports injuries. Learn more at cadencephysiciangroup.com.
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CHAMBERVISION
The General Membership Luncheon took place on Thursday, May 22, 2014 at the Hilton Lisle/
Naperville. This was a particularly special event as we awarded $500 scholarships to the ten high
school students thoughtfully selected by our Scholarship Committee. Congratulations to our scholarship
recipients: Carrie Castenello, Jefferson Chan, Kevin Coppin, Sharad Crosby, Samaneh Ghassemi,
Melanie Holland, Valeria Melo, Scott Provenzano, Max Tarasewicz, and Andrew Trzeciak, we wish
you all the best of luck!!
This event also featured guest speaker, Dr. Cassandra Sheffield, who discussed the main types of social
media most prevalent today. She really emphasized the importance of determining the type of presence
you want to have in the social media world. Once you have an established purpose, you can focus your
efforts on the social media site(s) that will help you achieve your goal. All social media sites serve
different purposes, so instead of joining every site, determine which one best aligns with your goals and
develop your identity there. A crucial part of being in the social media world is making a point of
staying relevant. Make sure your information is current, and that you are regularly posting, tweeting or
updating your profile. For more information about this presentation, or to view Dr. Sheffields
PowerPoint, go to www.lislechamber.com.
Karlie Krehbiel, Lisle Savings Bank, Heather Hawker, Benedictine University, Tom Althoff, Lisle Chamber, Julie LaFond,
St. Joan of Arc, Max Tarasewicz, Scott Provenzano, Melanie Holland, Valeria Melo, Andrew Trzeciak, Samaneh Ghassemi,
Sharad Crosby, Jefferson Chan, Kevin Coppin, Carrie Castenello, Tom Reif, Hallberg Commercial and Benefits Insurance,
Mayor Joe Broda, Village of Lisle
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AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT AMBASSADOR SPOTLIGHT A ALLISON LLISON C COOPER OOPER

CHAMBER NIGHT WITH T CHAMBER NIGHT WITH THE DUPAGE COUNTY HOUNDS HE DUPAGE COUNTY HOUNDS
Allison Cooper of Liberty Mutual Insurance has been in the industry for over six years,
beginning in college as an Agency Intern and continuing on as agent support staff before
becoming an agent in 2013. Her primary duties at Liberty Mutual include selling auto, home
and life insurance products while being very active in the community which allows her to
meet and connect with new people while assisting them with their insurance needs.
Allison has been a Lisle Area Chamber of Commerce member since December 2013, and
became an Ambassador in January 2014. She enjoys her time as an Ambassador because it has provided
her the opportunity to meet and welcome new members while also serving as their liaison for any
questions they may have as a new member.
Allison lives in Lisle with her spouse, two dogs, and a cat. She and her spouse are currently expecting
their first son at the end of this summer. She enjoys trying new restaurants and spending time with her
friends and family. She is a self-proclaimed sports fanatic and loves watching and attending as many
sporting events as possible, especially when it comes to the Green Bay Packers. Allison shares a favorite
quote, Winning is a habit. Watch your thoughts, they become your beliefs. Watch your beliefs, they
become your words. Watch your words, they become your actions. Watch your actions, they become your
habits. Watch your habits, they become your character. -Vince Lombardi
Thursday, June 19, 2014
7:00 p.m.
(Gates will open at 6:00 p.m.)
Benedictine University
5700 College Road
Lisle, IL 60532

In addition to free tickets, enjoy free parking, a kids zone, the opportunity to run the bases after the
game, receive player autographs, interact with the mascot, Page, and much more.
To redeem tickets:
1.) Visit dupagehounds.ticketleap.com
2.) Select which game(s) you want to attend (Thursday, June 19)
3.) Select number of tickets
4.) Enter coupon code chamber2014 and all of your tickets are free
5.) If you cannot print your tickets, dont worry...come to the box office on game day and your tickets
will be waiting for you (bring id)
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BUSINESS AFTER HOURS BUSINESS AFTER HOURS P PARTNERS ARTNERS FOR FOR P PARKS ARKS




UPCOMING BUSINESS AF UPCOMING BUSINESS AFTER HOURS TER HOURS

UNIVERSAL GAMING GROUP
CONTACT: BRUCE POVALISH
ADDRESS: 240 W. LAURA DRIVE, ADDISON, IL 60101
PHONE: (312) 455-0844 X3108

Universal Gaming Group is locally based and the premier Terminal Operator for legal video gaming in Illi-
nois (slots). They only use the leading manufacturers of video gaming terminals like Bally, IGT, Spielo
and WMS (the same machines you see at casinos). Their level of service and marketing support in un-
matched by any other operator. Since their average service call response time is under 5 minutes, you are
assured your guests will have the maximum amount of playing time and with an industry leading payout
rate of over 92% your game play and commission will be maximized! Please visit their website at
www.ugaminggroup.com or contact representative Bruce Povalish at 312-455-0844 x3108 for more details
on how to take your bar or restaurant to the next level of profitability and guest loyalty.
Business After Hours was hosted by Partners for Parks on Wednesday,
May 21, 2014. Partners for Parks is a non-profit organization that rais-
es money to better the quality of life in the Lisle community. They do
this by providing scholarships for families who otherwise would be un-
able to participate in recreation programs, contributing to the beautifi-
cation of parks and the protection of natural resources, supporting and
improving community programs and
promoting recreational opportunities.
Partners for Parks Art in the Park
event will take place on September 6, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. at Lisle
Community Park at the Bandshell. Toddler Adirondack Chairs of
Lisle will be featured around town during the months of June, July, &
August and will be auctioned off at this event.
Business After Hours is one of the
many great ways to get the most out
of your Chamber membership. Not
only do these events provide the
opportunity to learn more about one
of your fellow Chamber members
business, it is a great opportunity to
network with many different
members.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014
5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Museums at Lisle Station Park
921 School Street
Lisle, IL 60532

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Evviva Bar & Eatery
1017 Front Street
Lisle, IL 60532

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
Valerie JankeWaddell & Reed, Inc.
1100 W. Warrenville Rd., Suite 100
Naperville, IL 60563

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
5:00 p.m.7:00 p.m.
Rosehill Montessori School
1203 Lisle Place
Lisle, IL 60532
Bill Buchelt, Partners for Parks, and Tom Althoff,
Lisle Chamber
Toddler Adirondack Chairs of Lisle
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WOMEN IN BUSINESS WOMEN IN BUSINESS

ANNUAL GOLF OUTING ANNUAL GOLF OUTING


NEW MEMBER ORIENTATI NEW MEMBER ORIENTATION ON


Women in Business took place on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 in Kindlon Hall
at Benedictine University. This event featured a Friends and Family CPR
presentation given by Scott Rubo of the Lisle-Woodridge Fire District.
This presentation was specifically designed for those who do not require
certification, but are looking to equip themselves with basic CPR skills.
Women in Business will be on a brief hiatus during the summer months and
will return Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Seven Bridges Golf Club
Mulligan Drive
Woodridge, IL 60517

$135.00/person; $520.00/foursome
(If registered by July 1st)

$150.00/person; $540.00/foursome
(After July 1st)

For sponsorship information or to register for this event, contact the Chamber at (630) 964-0052 or
info@lislechamber.com

The Lisle Area Chamber held a New Member Orientation on
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at the Hilton Lisle/Naperville. In
attendance were Board Members, Ambassadors, Chamber Chairs
and staff, as well as several of our new members. Tom Althoff
led the meeting and provided information about various
upcoming Chamber events. Each Committee Chair spoke about
their committee and the importance of getting involved in order
to reap as many benefits as possible from Chamber membership.
The Ambassadors discussed how their participation provides
them numerous opportunities to meet with new members and act
as a mentor, providing assistance to them as needed. Whether you attend Chamber events, or become
involved in a committee or as an Ambassador, active involvement in the Chamber presents many
opportunities to learn about local businesses, showcase your own business and develop relationships
with various members of the business community.
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CHAMBERVISION
May Scholarship Luncheon at the Hilton Lisle/Naperville
Tom Althoff, Lisle Area Chamber, Paula Gleason, Bensidoun USA, Liz Boone, Moser College,
Mark Acquaviva, Performance Merchant Services LLC, Susan Ross, Morton Arboretum, Tim Ross
Carrie Castenello, Scholarship Recipient and Barb Castenello, Hyatt Lisle
Tom Althoff, Lisle Area Chamber and Dr. Cassandra Sheffield
Lisa Leone, Kari Altpeter, Hanna Altpeter, Bill Buchelt, Pat Cawiezel,
Partners for Parks
Tom Althoff, Lisle Area Chamber and Mike Vivona, Universal Technical Institute
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CHAMBERVISION
NOTES FROM THE CHAMB NOTES FROM THE CHAMBER ER
The Chamber has a Kyocera KM3035 copier/printer/scanner/fax with side sort available for $600 or best
offer. If interested, contact the Chamber (630) 964-0052.
ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR
CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP? CHAMBER MEMBERSHIP?
Member to Member Discounts truly help facilitate business between members, as it provides an op-
portunity to take advantage of, and extend special offers to your fellow Chamber members. Here is an
updated list of discounts currently available to all Chamber members:

Allgauers Hilton Lisle/Naperville
630-505-0900
10% off Allgauers Dinner Menu;
Call Richard Brink for special room pricing

BankFinancial
630-242-7445
$100 Credit towards New Business Account checks.
Free order of checks for New Personal Account.

Benedictine University
630-829-6300
25% off on tuition for member & families. (Call Chamber for de-
tails).

Buffalo Wild Wings
630-969-9464
20% off purchase of $20 or more.

Choice Eye Care
630-969-2020
20% saving on eye glasses; 10% savings on professional services
for chamber members with no insurance.

Craigs Auto Service Center
630-852-7510
10% off repair & service work.

Esser Hayes Insurance Group
630-544-3779
15% discount on all business property, casualty, and workers com-
pensation premiums. Contact Tom Reinert

Exterior Designers, Inc.
630-983-5105
$300.00 off complete siding or roofing job.

Frank Electric Co.
630-852-9644
10% off labor.

Illinois Time Recorder
630-512-0044
10% off all time clocks & time & attendance systems.

Jim Dhamer Plumbing & Sewer
630-964-2222
$10 off any service call.

Leos Cleaners
630-969-3835
10% discount on all dry cleaning


Liberty Mutual Allison Cooper
815-463-6827 ext. 56418
Special discounted rate on Car Insurance and Home Insurance.
Get a free quote from Liberty Mutual and see its right for you.

Lisle Dental Center
630-964-0944
Complimentary whitening tray with exam, x-rays, cleaning

Main St. Hair Co.
630-968-0137
off haircut or 25% off any color service. (1
st
time clients only)

MB Financial
630-983-7005
Fee waived for first box of checks.

Monetta Mutual Funds
630-462-9800
Free $250 college tuition scholarship. No investment required.

Optometry & Eyewear Gallery
630-541-3169
20% of services no insurance
20% of eyewear
Re/Max of Naperville-Mary Jean Moen
630-989-8977
$1000 off from you or anyone in your company
listing or buying a home with me in 2012

River Bend Golf Course
630-968-1920
15% off everything but gloves and balls at pro-shop.
Resident rates for Chamber Members.

U-Stor-It
630-527-4100
10% any size unit.

UPS Store Lisle
630-493-0765
25% off Signs Banners and Copying, 15% off Shipping, 3 free
months of mailbox services for every 6 months purchased.

Waddell & Reed
630-245-1156
20% Discount on Financial Planning Services

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CHAMBERVISION
RENEWALS RENEWALS
Allstate/Carly Guardi-
Hiteman

Best Toys, Inc.

Buffalo Wild Wings

Filipiak Marketing
Communications

Giant Steps

Gladson

Green Trail Apartments

Hyatt Lisle

M. Gonda, D.D.S., Ltd.

MB Financial

Morningside Caf

Morton Arboretum

Newport Promotions of
DuPage Inc.

Past Presence Custom
Framing

Performance Merchant
Services, LLC

Sounds Abound
Entertainment

Step It Up Writing &
Marketing Services

The Cavaliers Drum &
Bugle Corps

WFH Enterprises, Inc.


NEW MEMBERS NEW MEMBERS


7-ELEVEN
TAIP BESHIRI
1490 E. Chicago Avenue
Naperville, IL 60540
(630) 357-2898

CREATIONS LANDSCAPING LTD
JACK WHITE
PO Box 272
Westmont, IL 60559
(630) 279-2054

HAUG CHIROPRACTIC
ANDREW HAUG
300 E Ogden Avenue
Naperville, IL 60563
(630) 948-4222

JAM N JELLY
TED MAGLARIS
6435 Main Street, Suite 100
Woodridge, IL 60517
(630) 737-1940


CONTACT INFORMATION CONTACT INFORMATION
Lisle Area Chamber of Commerce
1111 Burlington Avenue, Suite 102
Lisle, IL 60532
E-Mail: info@lislechamber.com
Phone: (630) 964-0052; Fax: (630) 964-2726
RIEDYS TEE TIME INC.
RICK RIEDY
1400 Maple Avenue
Lisle, IL 60532
(630) 852-1001
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