Butler Co. Chamber of Commerce

101 East Diamond Street
Lower Level Suite 116
Post Office Box 1082
Butler, PA 16003-1082
Phone: 724.283.2222

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From the January 4, 2010, edition of The Butler Eagle...

Many Butler County residents hear the name Butler County Chamber of Commerce but don't fully understand what the organization is all about. Most people probably know that it has something to do with businesses, but beyond that their knowledge about the actual workings of the organization is not extensive.

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ARMSTRONG and Butler Downtown have announced the newest addition to the City of Butler: Free Wi-Fi in Diamond Park! Community members can now enjoy the outdoors while checking e-mail, working on school projects or conducting online business. Diamond Park is located directly across from the Butler County Courthouse and is easily accessible to businesses, restaurants and retailers. For more information, visit ButlerDowntown.org.
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Employee Appreciation Day Luncheon Is April 16th
Chamber News
Monday, March 09 2015 10:20

Featuring a Taste of Italy!

Please join us for the Chamber’s 21st Annual Employee Appreciation Day Luncheon on Thursday, April 16, 2015. Participate in a mini business expo, enjoy delicious food and beverages and win some great door prizes! And don’t forget to congratulate the winner of the Annual Employee of the Year Award.

The luncheon will once again be held at our sponsor location, The Atrium, Route 422 West in Prospect, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. Cost is $25.00 per person and tables of eight or ten may be reserved. This year’s luncheon is sponsored by The Atrium; Medure’s Catering and the Butler Eagle. The Employee of the Year Award, sponsored by Butler Memorial Hospital, will be presented to an outstanding employee of a Butler County business.

Our lunch menu includes:

Hors d’oeuvres:

Italian Meats, Cheese, Artichoke Hearts, Roasted Red Peppers, Olives with Assorted Breads, Crackers, Flatbreads and Toasted Baguettes


Chicken Parmesan with Rustic Marinara and Eggplant Rollatini, Homemade Italian Style meatballs & Sausage in Traditional Sauce, Homemade Cavetelli with Sautéed Artichoke Hearts, Roasted Red Peppers and Pesto, Sautéed Broccoli with Roasted Garlic, Olive Oil, Kosher Salt and Cracked Black Pepper, Traditional Caesar Salad with Focaccia Croutons and Shaved Reggiano Parmesan


Italian Style Cookies and Tiramisu

Chamber members are also encouraged to sign up to participate in the popular mini-expo. Cost is only $50.00 per table and promotional items, door prizes and minor sales will be permitted. Basket donations are also welcome from Chamber members. Larger baskets will be displayed individually and smaller donations will be grouped together to create a basket. Should you be interested in donating, contact the Butler County Chamber by March 27, 2015, e-mail Jennifer@ButlerCountyChamber.com or call 724.283.2222.

The Effects of Politics on Your Business
Chamber News
Monday, March 09 2015 10:18

The effects of politics on your business: How political decisions affect your bottom line

Join members from our Chamber along with the Grove City Area and Mercer Area Chambers of Commerce for breakfast and discussion on how political decisions made today affect your business’ bottom line. The event will take place on Wednesday, April 8, 2015 at Grove City College, Morledge Great Room, Rathburn Hall, 100 Campus Drive, Grove City, PA 16127. Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson, Adjunct Professor of Economics, will address these issues on the national level. We will then hear from Dr. Michael Coulter, Professor of Humanities and Political Science, who will discuss local political issues. Registration begins at 7:45 am with breakfast and program immediately following. Cost is $15.00 per person. Please register soon by contacting the Butler County Chamber via email Jennifer@Butler County Chamber.com or call 724.283.2222, as seating is limited.

About Our Presenters:

Dr. Mark Hendrickson is Adjunct Professor of Economics at Grove City College where he is also Fellow for Economic and Social Policy with the Center for Vision & Values. He is a Contributing Editor of The St. Croix Review and theMoralLiberal.com, sits on the Council of Scholars of Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Foundation, and writes the “No panaceas” blog on Forbes.com. Hundreds of his articles have appeared in hundreds of media outlets including many prominent outlets in this country and around the world. His newest book (his fifth, entitled Problems with Piketty: The Flaws and Fallacies in ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’) recently became the first book published by the Center for Vision & Values.

Dr. Michael L. Coulter is a professor of Humanities and Political Science at Grove City College. His academic specialties are American government and political theory. A co-editor of the “Encyclopedia of Catholic Social Teaching, Social Science and Social Policy” (Scarecrow Press, 2007), Coulter has also authored chapters for “Church-State Issues in America Today,” (Praeger, 2008), “Catholic Social Teaching: American Reflections on the Compendium” (Lexington Books, 2008), and has authored three entries for the five-volume “Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States” (Macmillan, 2008) in addition to contributing an entry to “Magill’s Survey of World Literature, Revised Edition” (Salem Press, 2009). Coulter graduated from Grove City College and holds both an M.A. and a Ph.D. in politics from the University of Dallas.

Bantam Jeep’s 75th Birthday Bash
Member News
Monday, March 09 2015 10:15

After nearly five months of planning, we’re excited to announce that Festival pre-registration time is finally here! You won’t want to miss being a part of the 2015 Festival and the Bantam Jeep’s 75th Birthday Bash, June 12-14, 2015! Make history by participating in the Guinness World Records Largest Parade of Jeeps and be part of many other special Birthday Bash activities soon to be announced. You can access registration by clicking the registration button on our website home page www.visitbutlercounty.com. If you are registering for the Jeep Parade/Jeep Invasion, you must have your Jeep’s VIN number ready. Pre-registration will be available until May 17 and certain activities do have maximum capacities. You MUST pre-register if you plan to participate in the Jeep Parade Only or the Jeep Parade/Jeep Invasion. There will be no On-Site or Will Call registration for these activities.

To celebrate the 75th birthday of the Bantam Jeep, we will be featuring 75 Years of Jeeps at the beginning of our Parade. One Jeep from every year between 1940-2015 will be selected to represent its year and will lead the parade in order. Those Jeeps will all be parked together at the north end of Main Street after they complete the parade route. If you are registering for the Jeep Parade/ Jeep Invasion, you will be given the option to submit a photo and nominate your Jeep to be part of this special group. You must be registered by March 31 to be considered, and you will be notified by April 30 if you are selected. These Jeep owners will be given a special certificate for being part of the 75 Years of Jeeps. For more information, contact us at 310 East Grandview Avenue, Zelienople, PA 16063, or call 724. 234.4619.

The End Of The First Quarter! and the Game is On!
Stan Kosciuszko, President
Monday, March 09 2015 10:08

If this were a football game and we were ending the first quarter, any spectator would have to admit that our team is not only in the lead, but impossible to beat. The amount of events, seminars, mixers, committee meetings, affiliate activities, general information and member information is exhausting. Ours is definitely not a static organization. Our 13th Annual Expo at the Clearview Mall was once again a sell out, with a full compliment of businesses and the amount of attendees clearly indicates that our economy is on the upswing.

The Officers and Board (Varsity) of our Chamber have never been shy when it comes to new and innovative programs and events, and our Leadership Butler County Class and Butler County Young Professionals (Junior Varsity) continue with an impressive array of activities. This year’s Leadership Butler County Class is following in the footprints of the past with their ambitious project for an outdoor classroom at MHY Family Services. Our first and second string is very strong, but we also have a great number of interested players “on the bench” and in the “training camp”. It is through the diligence and involvement of an extremely active Board of Directors, an interested and informed membership, and a positive reputation and position in the community that we consistently have new involved professionals. I continue to be grateful for the interest and involvement exhibited by our “Past Presidents Advisory Council”, proof of how strong our organization remains. Add to these past leaders the Butler County Young Professionals and we have established a competent, well-informed and interested group of team players.

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101 East Diamond Street | Lower Level Suite 116 | Post Office Box 1082 | Butler, PA 16003-1082 | Phone: 724.283.2222