Congratulations to Gravis Law on being named the Regional Chamber's Member of the Month for March 2021!
Since they were founded in 2013, Gravis Law has grown rapidly – now counting fourteen offices in five states across the nation. CEO Brett Spooner has been an important member of the Chamber for many years, serving on our Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Regional Affairs Committee. If you attended our last luncheon, you may remember that Gravis recently upgraded their membership to the top tier, Visionary level.
Gravis has stepped up in multiple ways throughout the pandemic. In January, Gravis purchased ten CO2 monitors to donate to local restaurants, coffee shops, and wineries to help them open indoors and comply with the restrictions in place. Gravis employees also donate their time to multiple non-profits in the community, including Benton Franklin Legal Aid and Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties — offering pro bono work to those in need.
The firm has also shown their dedication to diversity and inclusion through their FAIR initiative. FAIR, which stands for Fairness Accountability Inclusion and Reform, seeks out, acknowledges, and takes action to address disparities across the legal system. Gravis encourages staff to participate in quarterly FAIR challenges that focus on combating systemic injustice.
Congratulations to Gravis Law, our March Member of the Month.
Congratulations to Campbell & Company on being named the Regional Chamber's Member of the Month for February 2021!
Congratulations to Fidelitas Wines on being named the Regional Chamber's Member of the Month for January 2021!
We are pleased to announce that the Regional Chamber’s Awards and Recognition committee has chosen the Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton & Franklin Counties as the December Member of the Month.
Since May, the committee has chosen to recognize members who have gone above and beyond to help our community during these trying times and the Boys & Girls Club is no exception.
The Boys & Girls Club has been an active member of the Regional Chamber for many years and a great asset to the Tri-Cities community and our youth. During the pandemic, the Boys & Girls Club has been providing childcare for essential workers, academic support and mentoring for vulnerable youth, and virtual programming to the community at large. The virtual programming features craft tutorials, cooking classes, art demonstrations, break-dancing how-to’s, and more. They have distributed meals, offered a drive-through Halloween celebration, and shared important information with the families they serve.
Congratulations to Roasters Coffee on being named our Member of the Month for February 2020.
Roasters was born and bred in the Tri-Cities and has seen rapid growth. They have a history of giving back to our community and many different organizations - adding up to thousands of dollars annually.
We're excited to announce that Kennewick Flower Shop was selected as our Member of the Month for January 2020.
Kennewick Flower Shop just celebrated their 50th anniversary. The shop was opened by the current owner's grandmother in 1969 and has been a fixture of Downtown Kennewick ever since.
Kennewick Flower Shop has also been a very active member of the Regional Chamber for the past few years, partnering on numerous events such as the Tri-Cities Women in Business Conference.
Congratulations to Ag World Support Systems on being named our Member of the Month for December 2019.
Ag World was founded in 1997 and has been a very active member of the Regional Chamber. They are a private, third party inspection service company - serving the needs of the agriculture industry worldwide.
Over the past six years, Ag World has coordinated a golf tournament fundraiser that benefits the Ronald McDonald House. The tournament has raised $400,000 since its inception, $100,000 in 2019 alone.
Congratulations to TCT Computer Solutions on being named the Chamber's Member of the Month for November 2019!
Congratulations to Honey Baked Ham on being named our October 2019 Member of the Month!
Honey Baked Ham has been a member of the Chamber since opening almost two years ago. Since then, Vivian Terrell (owner) has created local fundraising programs, hires many minority workers, and also prides herself on giving others a second chance.
Anyone who knows Vivian knows that she has a huge heart, is an extremely hard worker, and enjoys giving back to her community in many different ways.
Congratulations to Three Rivers Convention Center (TRCC) on being named our Member of the Month for September 2019.
TRCC has been a member of the Regional Chamber since 2004. Since then, the Chamber has partnered with TRCC to host events like our Annual Meeting, Tri-Cities Women in Business Conference, and monthly membership luncheons.
Not only does the Chamber have a great partnership with TRCC, but they are also a great asset to our community. As of 2018, more than 1.6 million people have attended events at TCRCC, equating to $152 million.