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Chino Valley Restaurants Offering Takeout

By Zeb Welborn | March 17, 2020 |
Chino Valley Restaurants Offering Takeout

Chino Valley Restaurants Offering Takeout or Delivery

The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce have compiled a list of businesses offering takeout and delivery services throughout the Chino Valley. We emailed member businesses first and asked our community on social media to let us know of all restaurants offering takeout and delivery services.

If you know of a Chino Valley restaurant offering takeout or delivery services, but is not on our list please let me know.

The City of Chino Hills has also compiled this list of restaurants offering takeout and delivery services –

The City of Chino has compiled this list of restaurants offering takeout and delivery services –

The Shop Chino Valley App also has a list of Chino Valley restaurants offering discounts. To take advantage of their program text SHOPCV to 63975.  For a business to be added to the app, text CVBIZ to 63975 and you will be added to the group.

The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce has also started a Facebook group called Chino Valley Take-Out and Delivery options during COVID-19. Become a member of the group to share your experiences with take-out and delivery options in the Chino Valley –

Updated 04/08/20 at 2:08pm

*Fresh Cut Catering

Offering Take-Out

Special Offer: Free Delivery

*Mariscos Las Brisas

Offering Take-Out and Delivery through:

Doordash and UberEats

*Take Ur Seat

Offering Take-Out (will soon be offering Pick-Up and Delivery services)

LOCAL Coffee is offering curbside, takeout and in-house delivery

Special Offer: Free delivery up to 5 miles if you place a minimum order of $25

Source: Jordan Givson

*Shabu Wara

$5 off any order first time customer $10 off $50 or more We also provide drinks, water, soda, toilet paper, mask, eggs, veggies, food, grocery and many essential supplies

Offering Take-Out

*Man vs Fries

Offering Delivery through:


*R&R Breakfast Spot

Offering Take-Out and Delivery through:

Ubereats, DoorDash, GrubHub, or Postmates


*Mimi’s Café

Offering Take-Out


*Vita Italian Bar & Grill

Offering Take-Out

Dine-In will resume April 1st

*Limerick’s Tavern

Offering Take-Out

*Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ

Special Offer: 20% coupon online and a great deal on a meal for 4

Source: Beatriz Ledesma-Gonzalez

*The Avocado House

Source: Melanie Soares

*Mariscos el Guero, Inc.

Source: Ryan Rogers


open for pick-up, delivery and catering.

$10.00 OFF! Enjoy $10.00 off your purchase of $40 or more. This special offer is not valid with any other discounts or promotions. One offer per party. Expires: April 14, 2020 $5.00 OFF! Enjoy $5.00 off your purchase of $25.00 or more. This special offer is not valid with any other discounts or promotions. One offer per party. Expires: April 14, 2020 You may place your order by calling us at 909-590-7960 and text 909-260-2049 if you would like your order brought to your car upon your arrival. You may also order from and they will deliver to your door. Cannataro’s will be closed on Easter Sunday, April 12th! May you feel the hope of new beginnings, love and happiness during this Easter season.

*Lemongrass Bistro

Open for pick-up, delivery

*Mountain Mike’s Pizza

Takeout and Delivery

*California Pizza Kitchen

Source: Chris Burns

CPK MARKET As a partner in our communities, we’ve put together a collection of hard-to-get pantry items as well as meal kit solutions for our guests to make at home. Milk, Eggs, Produce and Meat are just examples of the 50+ Pantry List items that we are now offering nationwide. Our most popular item to date is our Kids Build-Your-Own Pizza Kit that allows for an interactive and fun dinner experience. Use the below link to check out everything CPK Market has to offer! For a NO-CONTACT transaction, guests can Pay by Mobile using the CPK App! CATERING In recent days, we have had the pleasure of catering to some local businesses during this trying time. We understand that due to the circumstances, they are experiencing longer work days and little rest. We would appreciate the consideration of any businesses that would like to provide catering to their teams. We offer Specialty Packages and individual Lunch Boxes that can be modified for dietary needs as well as catering-sized portions of some of our most loved Pastas & Salads. The below link will take you to our current Catering options so businesses can see the best options to fit their needs. TAKEOUT, DELIVERY & CURBSIDE While all of our restaurants offer takeout, a lot of our restaurants offer delivery and curbside too! Find which services your local restaurants provide by going to Your location does not deliver? No problem! We also partner with Uber Eats, Postmates, Door Dash, Grubhub and many other delivery companies.

*Los Portales

Takeout – (909) 548 – 6660

Montclair location is offering takeout too

Source: Jim Hoffman

*Riverside Grill

Source: Janet Ellis Replogle

*Nothing Bundt Cakes

Offering Delivery

*The Vintner’s Tavern

Offering carryout

*Dickey’s BBQ Pit



11748 Central Avenue, Chino

*Las Cascadas Mexican Cuisine & Cantina

Takeout and Delivery


To Go


Source: Linda Robison Croyt

Lettuce Toss It

Available for Take Out, Curbside Pick Up, or Delivery.

Source: Sej Gangula


Open throughout the Chino Valley

Order through the app with no need to wait in line.

Special Offer: Order a footlong sandwich through the app get a footlong sandwich for free.

Source: James Griffith

Baskin Robbins

Take out

Source: Niki Carrasco

All That Sushi

Open all day 12pm – 8pm for delivery/curbside pick up/take out

(909) 696-6174

Source: Sarah Nisha Navin Yuvanasiri


Take Out and Delivery

Source: Holly Ortman Madewell

*indicates Chamber Member

Red Robin



Menu and instructions found on website

Source: Gladys Rey Hamil


Source: Kerry Woods


To Go

Rendez-vous Cafe

Open from 7am till 5pm Monday through Saturday

Delivery service through doordash.



Source: Xavier Chavez

Chino Cafe


Source: Luis Calvo

Manna Donuts

Sandwiches To Go

Source: Luis Calvo

Old Fashion Donuts

Sandwiches to go

Source: Luis Calvo

The Patio Grill & Cantina

Source: Luis Calvo

Carrie-Out Burgers & Breakfast

Source: Luis Calvo

Empanadas to Go

Source: Chris Mangrich

Always Ready Meals

Meal prep services deliveries straight to your door steps.


Source: Chris Burns

California Pizza Kitchen

Source: Chris Burns

Andy’s Burgers

Source: Chris Burns

Shima (Teppan)

Source: Chris Burns


Source: Chris Burns


Source: Chris Burns


Source: Chris Burns

Luna Grill

Source: Chris Burns

Squeeze In

Takeout and Delivery

Chino Hills Pizza Company

Takeout and Delivery

Source: Ryanne Michelle

Super Chili Burgers

Source: Janet Ellis Replogle

Chino Express Burgers

Source: Janet Ellis Replogle

Santa Maria Grill

*Whole Tri Tip Sirloin Roast* Only $35.00 (Serves 6-8) *Red Oak Grilled Chicken* Only $20.00 (Serves 8-10) *Order & Delivery Information* Please email order Tuesday for Wednesday Delivery and Thursday for Friday Delivery  Email Orders:


Dennys on Fairfield Ranch Road is open for take out and delivery Source: Valerie Pestana

Shi Foo Chinese Restaurant

Take out and delivery 15942 Los Serranos Country Club, Chino Hills 909-786-1542. Discount for cash orders 🙂 Source: Sandy Graham Chino Pollo – 10% off 1st online order

Xavi’s Cantina & Grill

10% off 1st online order Source: Judy Conacher

Victory Cafe (at Victory Outreach Church) Source: Judy Conacher

Louie’s Chicken Cafe Source: Judy Conacher

Nonno’s Pizzeria

$3 off your online order once per month. Minimum order $20 Source: Judy Conacher

Woodstone Pizzeria

Mariam Diyab

Painted Dough


Source: Janet Ellis Replogle

Yard House

Open for takeout and delivery through Grub Hub.

Yard House Chino Hills Takeout Delivery

Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill

Curbside Takeout

Source: Cyndy Largarticha

Yum Yum Donuts

12819 #C7 Mountain Ave

Source: Cyndy Largarticha

Taco Dudes


Source: Christy Bradley

Shima Japanese Restaurant

13700 Roswell Ave Chino CA 91710 909-591-0175

The Flinderstreet Cafe

Takeout Source: Alan Forbes

To learn more about how the Chino Valley Chamber is supporting Chamber Members during the Coronavirus please visit –

Know of any Chino Valley Restaurants offering takeout or delivery options? Please email Zeb Welborn at so we can add them to the list.


Philly’s Best

4047 Grand Ave., Suite F, Chino, Ca 91710


Local counter-serve chain known for cheese-steaks & hoagies, plus burgers & other Philly-Style faves.

Dine-In, Delivery & Take-Out


RA Sushi Bar & Grill

13925 City Center Dr., Ste. 2065, Chino Hills, Ca 91709

(909) 902-0044

Delivery, Take-Out & Carry- Out


Archibald’s Restaurant

15421 Fairfield Ranch Road
Chino Hills, CA 91709
(313) 772-1771


Bombay Blues Indian Cuisine LLC

2545 Chino Hills Pkwy, Suite A-C, Chino Hills, Ca 917098

(909) 393-8878


*Robeks Fresh Juices & Smoothies

2569 Chino Hills Parkway, #L, Chino Hills, Ca 91709

(909) 497-7444

Offering Take-Out & Delivery


Roscoe’s Famous Deli

14700 Pipeline Ave., Chino Hills, Ca 91709

(909) 597-3304

Curbside Pick-Up, Take-Out & Delivery Coming May 4th!

Teaming Up with California State Polytechnic University

By Zeb Welborn | March 6, 2020 |

The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce has dedicated its mission to the development of local businesses and those within our community.

President, Zeb Welborn knows this mission starts by playing an active role in the growth and education of those who will take the baton next. He acknowledges this by saying, “the biggest responsibility of a Chamber is to promote business in the area they serve. Helping and supporting youth is a great way to fulfill the mission of our Chamber”.

When Zeb saw an opportunity within the Chamber Valley of Commerce website, he decided that student perspectives would greatly improve and modernize the online presence of the chamber. After going to the office about internship programs, he was connected to professor Dr. Kristen Schiele and her Digital Marketing classes.

“Connecting my students with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce was a wonderful experience. Zeb was so great to work with, and I truly appreciate the great opportunity he gave my classes” says Dr. Kristen Schiele. This connection later created enough content for two classes to benefit from Zeb’s original internship program request.

Students were presented with the real life task of improving the online presence of an organization and were made accountable for their participation. This accountability made students gain a higher desire to succeed in this project. Student, Ashley Quintero says, “it allowed me to put my creative side to work…I believe working with a real organization really gives you that push to do your best and take it seriously. It allowed (me) to put what I learned throughout my college career in the college of business and show what I have to offer.”

The entire community has benefited from this project that exposed Cal Poly Business students to the actual marketing needs of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. Students gained real life marketing experience to place on their portfolios, the chamber had hands on involvement in the development of these students whilst the Chamber received valuable insight from a fresh set of eyes, and students have new resources for their future endeavours.

Student Experience on Real Life Marketing Needs:

Unlike most semester projects, this one, that partnered with Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, allows students to include their submissions into their personal portfolio to share with future job prospects. Students were assigned to study the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce’s mission and compare it to its online presence. Once those observations have been made, they were assigned to create various forms of website and marketing recommendations to present to Zeb Welborn.

The pressure of presenting how they have used what they’ve learned to a real client encourages a student to try their best for the organization, the organization’s president, and for their own personal brand and portfolio. Quintero says, “Most companies hire marketing interns or employees to bring in more customers, members, sales, etc and change their status. Chino Valley definitely needed this and we gained the desire and obligation to make this company better in marketing to attract new members”.

Although not what they are normally used to, students agree that this project has enhanced the skills they have been working on their entire school career. When asked what skills they feel were improved during this Ethan Dang lists, “content creation, communication with team members, and public speaking,” as improved qualifications while Nick Nguyen explains that his, “time management, designing, and analysis skills” were polished during this project.

Students were given a task that involved a real client in an environment where it was encouraged to communicate their ideas with each other. This created a team amongst them where each member would guide their peers in their strengths and lean on one another when approaching something new. Quintero mentions this project approach, “makes you rethink and question yourself in a positive way to improve”.

Learning concepts like web design, digital marketing, and marketing strategy to later present as recommendations to Zeb helped students gain knowledge of those concepts, and real life marketing experience, preparing them for their post graduate lives.


The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce’s hands on involvement boosted self confidence in students and helped them gain more passion for the skills they seek to improve. Student, Ethan Dang says “Once we were able to connect and communicate with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, my perspective of the organization shifted. I became invested in demonstrating my best efforts to help them as much as possible”.

In order for students to get the full digital marketing experience from this project, they had to understand why Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce online presence was important. Zeb Welborn emphasizes, “The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is the hub of the Chino Valley business community. The better we can make our business both online and offline, the better it is for our businesses”.

Knowing that the quality of the work they present to Zeb has an effect on the betterment of local businesses, transformed the classroom into a conference room. Professor Dr. Kristen Scheile says, “by working with the Chamber, the students learned about real problems the organization is facing and were able to work together to give solutions for the client”.

This project was not only about their grade, it was also about putting what was learned into practice. This type of learning experience makes the learning objectives students gained more memorable. Dang says, “I can utilize these tools greatly in my own career. I would be able to show my future company that I am knowledgeable with their competitive analysis and be able to provide ideas on how they can improve their company in an interview. I feel like having these resources at my disposal will exponentially benefit me in finding my future career and applying when I am working.”

By the end of the semester, students had created detailed website suggestions, information videos promoting the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce’s Events, and website platform new posts ideas to improve engagement with members. When asked about student feedback Zeb responded, “I enjoyed the honest feedback from the students at Cal Poly Pomona. It forced me to focus on our online presence and how we can make better changes to our website and marketing efforts to have a bigger impact for the businesses we represent.”

Student Exposure to Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce:

Overall, students were exposed to the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and how a Chamber of Commerce organization really is beneficial to local businesses it supports. This is important because no matter their future endeavours, a chamber of commerce is a great opportunity for a business student to use as a resource.

Dr. Schiele says, “Before this project, a lot of students didn’t know exactly what the role of a chamber of commerce even was. Now the students understand the value this type of organization provides small businesses and how to communicate that value to others using social media”.

Student Noe Ramirez admits, “I did not know much about this organization, but after this learned that many cities or communities have these groups available for people seeking to gain new customers and expand their business. I was able to gain the insight that it is always important to network with others”.

Another student, Diana Mora, acknowledges after the project, “I’m glad the Chino Valley of Commerce was our client. We learned about the multiple opportunities and supporting community the commerce companies provides”. In order to obtain new photo suggestions for future advertising, students were encouraged to attend at least one Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce event.

Another student refers to the 2019 Business Expo they attended saying, “it was worth every minute to be there”. Additionally, Minerva Young was able to attend the Chino Hills State of the City Address reflecting, “they were both nice events that gave citizens the opportunity to learn more about the resources and businesses the city has to offer.”

This project was a great way to expose students to opportunities to network and boost their success through networking and using resources provided. Students themselves gained awareness of a new tool they can refer to if they need or desire a business owner support system.

When asked if they can see themselves signing up to their local Chamber of Commerce in the future, many students acknowledged that there was a high chance. Student, Natalie Nieto, supports this saying, “my dream is to create my own clothing business and run a few shops in different cities. I do plan to join my own local Chamber of Commerce in the future so I can help my own and other local businesses by sharing ideas or tips, being a part of a community”.

By actively participating in improving the online presence of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, students gained a better understanding of why it is so beneficial for a business organization to join. This is something they will keep in mind as they join or create organizations in their local community and throughout their own careers.

Reflection: Teaming Up with Cal Poly Pomona

The community benefited by exposing a real life problem/improvement based project to the business students of Cal Poly Pomona.

Zeb says “By collaborating with students at Cal Poly Pomona we are creating opportunities for students to apply real world applications on the things they’re learning in class and the Chamber benefits by incorporating those strategies to market ourselves and our businesses better. It’s a win-win.”

This project was a semester long experience for students who felt they had a true effect on the betterment of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. What is normally perceived as just a school project was now being valued as something they can show to other prospects. Being able to focus on content they created and present those ideas to Zeb was a confidence booster and impacted the way the students perceived the project.

Professor, Dr. Kristen Schiele, says, “from this project, I will always remember how proud the students were as they presented their final projects…In their presentations, you could tell they were now more confident with the digital tools and technologies. I’m just so proud of them and everything they’ve accomplished”.

Furthermore, student Mariano Cardenas remarks there is another reason he gave this particular project her/his best, “I supported the cause we were behind. I am all for supporting your local business and upon learning that this is part of what Chambers of Commerce do I was happy to be apart of this project”.

Either way, students reflect that they were both excited and highly involved with the project every step of the way. These potential local business owners gained and polished skills and learned how to communicate with each other as a group while learning how to communicate and give feedback to other groups. Because everyone in the room had the same goal in mind, which was to improve the online presence of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce, outside and personal factors were set aside so that full focus could be placed onto this project which made students feel a greater sense of pride and accomplishment once the project was over.

Quintero reflects that what will be most memorable is, “the validation and how fulfilling it is for someone to comment and listen to your recommendations to better their company. By Chino Valley using our content and putting to use our recommendations makes me feel more prepared and confident into working in marketing and continuing my career” which supports the overall mission of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.

*This article was written by Esmie Bonilla, a student from Cal Poly Pomona and intern at the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.*

Welcome to the Chamber,    TOCA Chino Hills

By Zeb Welborn | March 6, 2020 |
TOCA Chino Hills and the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

“We welcome TOCA to the Chino Valley,” said Zeb Welborn, president of the local Chamber of Commerce. “This facility is a terrific recreational resource for our local community. And it contributes considerably to our local economy, creating jobs, contributing to the corporate tax base and attracting people from around the Inland Empire to play in Chino Hills.”

Chino Valley Chamber Gives $1,900 to Chaffey College Journalism Students

By Zeb Welborn | February 4, 2020 |

Clark Canedy, owner of Management Strategic Ideas, Inc., in collaboration with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce donated $1,900 to Chaffey College journalism students.

Ekta Samtani from New York Life flies out of DuBois Aviation thanks to Clark Canedy and the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Ekta Samtani from New York Life

Clark is a new member of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce who attended a recent Business @ Breakfast event where we asked for businesses to donate items for our weekly opportunity drawing. Clark donated four Discovery flights out of Chino Airport donated by DuBois Aviation to members of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.

He was then inspired to use this as an opportunity to connect the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce with the Chaffey College Journalism Program. He connected with Professor Michelle Dowd about the possibility to offer scholarships to these students who “covered” the flights.

Students attended the flight and documented the Chino Valley Chamber members experiences and then created multimedia packages to record the experience.

Every student in Professor Dowd’s Journalism class received some form of scholarship for a total of $1,900 donated by Clark Canedy.

Clark presented the awards on Wednesday, January 22 on behalf of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce with Sandy Graham from West Coast Magazine and Robert Ceja with Robert’s Bariatric Services.

Here is the winning video from the winning team – James Maloney Flying with DuBois Aviation –

James Maloney Flying with DuBois Aviation

Watch the award presentation ceremony –

Clark Canedy distributes awards to Chaffey College Journalism Students on behalf of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce
Clark Canedy distributes awards to Chaffey College Journalism Students on behalf of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Thank you Clark Canedy for your generosity and your efforts to support the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and local students in our community. Well done!

Interested in learning more about Clark Canedy? Connect with Clark at or

Hot Deals, Business Expo, Workforce Development and More

By Zeb Welborn | November 11, 2019 |

President’s Report #10

It’s been a crazy start to the Chamber year as we’ve begun tackling some major new initiatives:

  • Hot Deal Program
  • Workforce Development Program

 while also putting on some fantastic events:

  • Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo
  • Chino Hills State of the City
  • Chess Not Checkers

Hot Deal Program

Our first email went out about our Hot Deal Program last week and we’ll be sharing our Hot Deals through our emails and sending these emails to large companies in town. 

The purpose of our Hot Deal program is to raise awareness to the businesses who take advantage of creating Hot Deals through our Chamber member software, provide value for our members and community and encourage businesses to do business locally. 

Check out the Hot Deal email we sent last week. If you’re a member, this is a great way to promote your business to our members, community and large employee organizations based in the Chino Valley.
View the email here –

Workforce Development Program

Now that our Hot Deal Program is in full swing, our next initiative is to develop a strong workforce development program here locally by connecting employers with employees. 

Many companies are not aware of the resources available to them when it comes to hiring new employees. Our goal with the program is to be a resource for these organizations so that when they do have hiring needs in the Chino Valley we can be the one stop shop for all resources connected to employment in the Chino Valley.

Interested in helping us in Workforce Development? Take this quick 4-question survey –

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

Our 2019 Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce was a huge success this year. We surveyed all attendees and businesses that participated in the event and received overwhelmingly positive responses. 

We have tons of personal anecdotes from businesses who transacted a lot of business that day. We were excited to connect so many businesses with each other and our community.

Thank you to everyone who supported the 2019 Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo by attending, exhibiting, sponsoring, donating or volunteering. 

Watch the  2019 Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Video.

You can also take a look at some of the pictures taken at our 2019 Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo here –

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

Chino Hills State of the City

The Chino Hills State of the City went off extremely well. The Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce worked in collaboration with the City of Chino Hills to put on the event.

In case you missed it, you can watch the video created by the City of Chino Hills by clicking on the link or the image below. 

Chess Not Checkers

In August, we collaborated with Chino Mayor Eunice Ulloa and Chino Hills Mayor Cynthia Moran on a Chess Not Checkers event for elected officials across the Inland Empire. The event was sold out and we had some great takeaways to bring back to our community. 

Thank you to Mayor Ulloa and Mayor Moran for working with us to host this wonderful event to help build a stronger community.

As always, we’ve had some great Business @ Breakfast events, Mixers, Grand Openings, Ribbon Cuttings, Ambassador Meetings and lots, lots more. Take a look at all we’ve been up to the past few months by checking us out on Facebook –

Upcoming Events

Our year is winding down and our next major event is our Holiday Luncheon on Tuesday, December 3 from 11:30am to 1:30pm at Vellano Country Club. Register for our Holiday Luncheon here –

Missed President’s Message #9?

Read my last President’s Message here –

Wrapping Up the 2018/2019 Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Year

By Zeb Welborn | July 26, 2019 |

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to put together a President’s Report. We’ve tackled so much since May including the State of the City for Chino, the Southern California Charity Golf Classic and our Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner.

Not to mention, we closed out the 2018/2019 fiscal year, my first year in charge of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Learn about our recent events, how we progressed on the goals we set at the beginning of the year and our plans and goals for the new year.

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting
Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting

Evaluating How We Did in 2018/2019

In January, I shared the goals we had created last July in my President’s Report titled – Goals for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce in 2019

The goals we sought to achieve were:

  • Gain 7 net members per month
  • Increase large business participation via our Chairman’s Circle program
  • Increase event participation by 20%
  • Create a new event/opportunity for our members
  • Get feedback from our members on membership and events

Because of the goals we set at the beginning of the year, we have more members than we’ve ever had at 404 members

  • Gain 7 net new members each month for a total of 84 – 44
  • Increase large business participation via our Chairman’s Circle program – added Ontario International Airport, Foddrill Construction, KB Real Estate, Apollo Insurance Services, TownePlace Suites by Marriott Chino Hills, Chino Commercial Bank and Good Enough Travel
  • Increase event participation over 2017/2018 – 28%
  • Create a new event/opportunity for our members – added the Southern California Charity Golf Classic, Chamber Directory, Profile Display, selling of Chino/Chino Hills logo Angels hats and participated in the Chino Corporate Challenge
  • Conduct a feedback survey from members and from event attendees – we tried our best to survey all members via email, phone and on-site throughout the year and collected lots of data about how we can better support Chino Valley businesses


January 2, 2014 to Today

July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019

As you can see the amount of businesses getting involved in our Chamber is growing!

The Year in Review:

Thank you for being a part of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and helping us get stronger. It’s because of our members, staff, Board of Directors, Ambassadors, and community that we’ve been able to grow so substantially this year.

It’s important for a business organization to give back to the community we serve. I’m thrilled to say that this year we also raised $13,439.83 for local non-profits through our Southern California Charity Golf Classic.

Goals for 2019/2020:

We are excited that Vice Mayor of Chino Hills, Art Bennett has agreed to become our Chairman of the Board for the 2019/2020 year. Art wants to see us grow this year and we’ve laid out a list of goals for the new year to continue this upward trend that we are on:

  • Increase Membership by 20%
  • Get 20% of our Members to Use Member to Member Discounts
  • Compile a List of Resources for Employers to Connect Them with Employment Resources
  • Create a More Active Presence in the Community by Attending/Establishing a Presence at Community and Local Business Events
  • Create Ways to Get Students/Education Connected with the Chamber 

Chino State of the City

Our Chino State of the City was a massive success and we sold out nearly a month in advance. Mayor Eunice Ulloa shared the great things that are happening in the City of Chino and we are proud to partner with Chino to host this wonderful event.

Our sponsors for the event were: the City of Chino, Chino Valley Medical Center, Lewis Mangement Company, Transtech Engineers, Inc., Walmart #7049, Walmart #8103, Waste Management, NFI Industries, Borstein Enterprises, Majestic Realty Co., Trumark Homes, Richland Communities, Health Service Alliance, City of Chino Hills, Chino Hills Ford, Champion Newspapers, Chaffey College, San Bernardino County’s Fourth District Supervisor Curt Hagman’s Office, Watson Land Co., Vestar, Citizens Business Bank, The Inland Gateway Association of Realtors, Monte Vista Water District, Foddrill Construction, and Southern California Edison.

Chino State of the City
Mayor Eunice Ulloa Preparing for the Chino State of the City

Southern California Charity Golf Classic

The golf tournament was a great success as we raised $13,439.83 for Chino Valley Non-Profits.

Thank you to our Sponsors. Sponsors for the golf tournament included:

Hussman Corporation
Champion Newspapers
Guardian Jet Center
KKW Trucking
The ESV Group
Chino Police Department
MK Smith Chevrolet
Mountain Mike’s
Pacific Energy Network
TownePlace Suites by Marriott
Southern California Edison
Chino Valley Medical Center
City of Chino
Apollo Insurance
Foddrill Construction
Waste Management
Borstein Enterprises

Thank you to those organizations who donated items to our golf tournament including:

Donated Item – 2019Organization
San Dimas Golf Course Foursomes19th Hole Media
8 Day/7 Night Stay in Lake Tahoe or Sparks, NVGoodenough Travel
GPS Golf Watch19th Hole Media
Chris Carlson Golf PrintsChris Carlson
Masters Gear – Vest, Hat, Ball MarkersChris Carlson
Angels Hats Chino Valley Chamber 
Chino/Chino Hills Night at Angels StadiumChino Valley Chamber 
Magic Castle w/Danny MagicDanny Magic
Fun in the Sun Gift BasketLet It Be Foundation
See’s Candy Gift CardJan Edwards
AMC Gift CardJan Edwards
Angels TicketsKKW Trucking
Western Hills Country Club FoursomeJan Edwards
Sierra Lakes Golf Club FoursomeJan Edwards
Arroyo Trabuco Golf Club FoursomeJan Edwards
Los Portales Gift CardsLos Portales
Mike Trout BobbleheadAnaheim Angels
Tyler Skaggs Signed PhotographAnaheim Angels
Starbucks Gift BasketChino Valley Chamber 
Amazon $50 Gift CardChino Valley Chamber 
Jersey Mike’s Gift CardsChino Valley Chamber 
Starbucks Gift CardsChino Valley Chamber 
Brunch for 4 at the University Club of PasadenaUniversity Club of Pasadena
Indian Wells Golf Resort FoursomeIndian Wells Golf Resort
Dad Miller Foursome for FootGolfDad Miller Golf Course
Anaheim Hills Golf Course TwosomeAnaheim Hills Golf Course
Cannataros Gift CardsCannataros
Travel BagKaron Mulligan
Gift BasketsKaron Mulligan
Vintners Tavern Gift CardsVintner’s Tavern
Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition DinnerChino Valley Chamber 
Volleyball NetTerry Fitch
2 Wine & Brew TicketsPriceless Pets
Bucket o’ BeerJan Edwards
2 bottles of WineJan Edwards
Farm Sweet Farm Home Decor SignJan Edwards
2 Dozen Golf BallsJan Edwards
$25 Roger Dunn Gift CardRoger Dunn’s 
2 Steve McQueen Car Show Gift BagsBoys Republic
Dell Robia Wreath CertificateBoys Republic
Nothing Bundt Cakes Towers – bundtlets for a yearNothing Bundt Cakes
2 Seats to Harassment Prevention Training July 17 WIEEAC
2-Play Pack at Infuzion ZoneInfuzion Zone
Town Square Florist $85 Gift CardTown Square Florist
4 Cases of WineWest End YMCA
Big Screen TVWalmart
ApplebeesAnthony Verches
Roscoes – $100 Gift CardsMark Landeros
Apollo Insurance Road Side KitApollo Insurance
Yardhouse Gift CardApollo Insurance
SkateboardLarry Welborn
4 Tickets to Yanks Air MuseumYanks Air Museum
Gift BasketOntario Airport
Lemonade Stand with LemonsLNR Promotions
$35 Gift Card for Bed, Bath and BeyondGoodenough Travel
Gift Basket from Pep BoysGoodenough Travel
BeerLarry & Annie Welborn

Thank you to our organizers of the golf tournament including:

Jan Edwards
Lynette Goodenough
Rick Bui
Anthony Verches
Ron Capps
Arianna Fajardo
Mark Landeros
Marcia McBean

And thank you to those who contributed to our Goodie Bags.

2019 Donated Item From
SCCGC Logo’d CookiesLynette Goodenough
BottlesChino Commercial Bank
KooziesChino Commercial Bank
Notepads & PensChino Commercial Bank
Teesabf Printing
SnacksLynette Goodenough
Roger Dunn Discount CardsRoger Dunn
Goodie Bags
Goodie Bag Stuff
Mini BottlesOntario Airport
Pop SocketsOntario Airport
Southern California Charity Golf Classic Banquet 2019
Southern California Charity Golf Classic Banquet 2019

Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner

Thank you to everyone who attended the 2019 Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner. 

Watch the video:

2019 Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner
Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner 2019

Awards were given to:

Chino Commercial Bank – Chino Business of the Year
Kiwanis Chino – Non-Profit of the Year
Jim Gallagher – Ambassador of the Year
Josh Sun – Above and Beyond Award
Mariscos El Guero – Top Choice Award
Reflections by Mario Gomez – Student Business of the Year
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Ontario Chino Hills – Chino Hills Business of the Year
Waste Management – Chino, CA – Chairman’s Award

And a special congratulations to Peter Rogers who was named the Outstanding Chino Valley Citizen by Champion Newspapers.

We also installed our new Board of Directors for the 2019/2020 year:

Art Bennett, City of Chino Hills (Chairman of the Board)
Christina Gagnier, Chino Valley Unified School District (Secretary)
Eric Hasanoff, Golden Empire Mortgage (Outgoing Chairman)
Gabriel Hill, Insurance & Surety Services, LLC (Treasurer)
Georgene Nagy Fix, Chino Kiwanis Club (Incoming Chairman)
Adrian Hall, Walmart
Gail Randall Christner, Apollo Insurance Services 
Glenda Chavez, Waste Management
Gustavo Miranda, Sam’s Club
Gwen Kleist, Kaiser Permanente
Jim Gallagher, Dog Park for Chino Hills
Leonora LadyofLight Foddrill, Foddrill Construction
Marcia McBean, Chino Commercial Bank
Mark Hargrove, City of Chino
Teresa Hull, Chaffey College

We also want to thank our sponsors for the 2019/2020 year including:

City of Chino – Government 
City of Chino Hills – Municipal Government
Waste Management – Chino, CA
Walmart FC #7049
Walmart FC #8103
Ontario International Airport
Champion Newspapers
Chino Valley Medical Center
Foddrill Construction
Southern California Edison (SCE)
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Ontario Chino Hills
Apollo Insurance Services
KB Real Estate
Good Enough Travel

And our additional event sponsor:

Vista Medical Group –

Congratulations to all these individuals and businesses. Thank you for making a positive impact in our business community.

Final Thoughts

Thank you for making 2018/2019 a great year for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. Here’s to making 2019/2020 even better.

Thanks for everything!


2019 Taste of the Chino Valley, Corporate Challenge & Upcoming Events

By Zeb Welborn | May 23, 2019 |

Taste of the Chino Valley

Thank you to our restaurants, sponsors and Chamber team who helped make the 2019 Taste of the Chino Valley a success.

We had 20 Restaurants/vendors participating at our Taste of the Chino Valley this year including:

  • Cannataros
  • Oke Poke
  • The Pub at Chino Hills
  • Lucille’s Smokehouse BBQ
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes
  • Lario’s Market
  • Los Angeles International Wine
  • Riverside Grill (Beer)
  • Mi Ranchito
  • Nekter Juice Bar
  • Mimi’s Cafe
  • Mariscos El Guero
  • The Flinderstreet Cafe
  • Ding Tea
  • Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant
  • Taquerias & Mariscos Madrigal
  • Seafood Ranch Grill
  • Sam’s Club

Our sponsors for this years Taste of the Chino Valley were:

  • Chaffey College
  • City of Chino
  • City of Chino Hills
  • Chino Valley Medical Center
  • Champion Newspapers
  • Waste Management
  • Walmart #7049
  • Walmart #8103
  • Chino Hills Ford
  • Borstein Enterprises
  • Cal Coast Capital
  • Southern California Edison
  • Foddrill Construction
  • Apollo Insurance Services
  • Command G LLC

Thank you for your sponsorship in our Taste toon the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. Your sponsorship is helping to build awareness for local restaurants and businesses in our community.

We also had a great team of folks who helped us put on the Taste of the Chino Valley. Thank you to Raziel Arcega, David Bare, Liz Divens, Jim Gallagher, Donna Gannon, Sandy Graham, Teresa Hull, Valerie McClung, Saundra Marie Ramirez, and Gloria Smith for helping to organize our Taste of the Chino Valley this year. Thank you to Chaffey College for the use of your facility and Rockstars of Tomorrow for supplying the entertainment.

Congratulations to Mariscos El Guero on being voted the 2019 Taste of the Chino Valley Top Choice Award.

2019 Taste of the Chino Valley Top Choice Award

Chino Corporate Challenge

This was the first year the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce competed in the Corporate Challenge and we had a blast. The event was open to Board Members and Ambassadors to compete in events with some of the finest corporations in town including:

  • City of Chino Hills
  • City of Chino
  • Hussman
  • Chino Valley Medical Center
  • Jacuzzi
  • Chino Valley Unified School District
  • Am-Tec Security
  • NFI
  • Chino Police Department
  • JG Construction
  • Chino Valley Fire Department
  • WTI

For our first year competing in the Chino Corporate Challenge we did surprisingly well. We weren’t able to enter all of the contests, but, for the most part, we received points in the ones we did.

Here’s how we performed in some of our best events:

  • Relay Run Women’s 36 & Over – 5th Place
  • Relay Run Men’s 36 & Over – 5th Place
  • Cornhole Men’s – 5th Place
  • Cornhole Coed – 5th Place
  • Dominoes – 3rd Place
  • Bingo – 5th Place
  • Yahtzee – 5th Place
  • Men’s Golf 2-Man Scramble – 1st Place
  • Big Cheese Golf 2-Man Scramble – 4th Place
  • Billiards Men’s – 4th Place
  • Bowling Men’s – 5th Place
  • Darts Men’s – 4th Place
  • Basketball – 5th Place
  • Horseshoes Men’s – 5th Place
  • Trivia Night – 1st Place
  • Craps – 1st Place
  • Casino War – 5th Place

Thank you to Allyson Agee, Raziel Arcega, David Bare, Kavita Bhatia, Scott Burroughs, Robert Ceja, Judy Conacher, Liz Divens, Abel Dutra, Rosalie Elliot, Terry Fitch, Zach Fitch, Jim Gallagher, Gary Goodenough, Lynette Goodenough, Sandy Graham, Bill Graham, Adrian Hall, Gabriel Hill, Teresa Hull, Narvee Intarachote, Peter Joseph, Roxy Klein, Axel Margaritha, Deanna Margaritha, Eric Oliver, Saundra Marie Ramirez, Drew Sasser, Ese Scott, Gloria Smith, Donna Soumphonphakdy, Josh Sun, Jeff Vaka, Zeb Welborn and Greer West for participating!

Chino Corporate Challenge - Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce
Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Corporate Challenge Participants

Upcoming Events:

We’re now in the midst of planning some of our biggest events of the year including:

5th Annual Southern California Charity Golf Classic

The 5th Annual Southern California Charity Golf Classic will be June 24 at Western Hills Country Club.

The golf tournament will be hosted by the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and will help raise funds for Boys Republic, Chino Rotary Club, Love Them All Foundation and Priceless Pet Rescue.

To date we have 16 sponsors confirmed and close to 100 golfers which means we have limited space. If you’re interested in participating, please do so sooner rather than later.

You can register as a sponsor or golfer here –

Southern California Charity Golf Classic 2019

Chino State of the City

Forward Thinking, Rooted in Community

The Chino State of the City is nearly sold out. Please register early to make sure you reserve your spot. There are only 30 spots left.

Register for the State of the City here –

State of the City Chino
State of the City Chino

Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner

Our Installation Dinner is being renamed to the Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Dinner. It will be on July 18

Join us as we honor our local businesses, install our board of directors and have some fun while doing it.

Stay tuned for more details, but for now you can use this to nominate businesses you think we should honor in 2019 – Chino Valley Business Awards & Recognition Nomination Form

Chino Valley Business Awards and Recognition Dinner

Can’t get enough of what’s happening in the Chamber? Check out Zeb’s Executive Director’s Report #7 – Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Salutes Public Safety

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Salutes Public Safety

By Zeb Welborn | March 24, 2019 |

On Thursday, March 14 the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and business community honored the outstanding people of our Chino Valley Fire District, Chino Hills Police Department and Chino Police Department at our annual Salute to Public Safety Luncheon.

Each agency chose two representatives to honor at our 2019 Salute to Public Safety that have gone above and beyond the call of duty.

Salute to Public Safety Honorees:

  • Chino Valley Fire Department Firefighter of the Year Edwin Ryan (JR)
  • Chino Valley Fire Department Employee of the Year Alma Nielsen
  • Chino Hills Police Department Professional Staff Employee of the Year Alexander Reyes
  • Chino Hills Police Department Deputy of the Year Eric Bradshaw
  • Chino Police Department Officer of the Year Fortino Amancio
  • Chino Police Department Civilian of the Year Vanessa Cuellar

2019 Salute to Public Safety Honorees from the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce


Thank you for the fine work you have done to serve and protect the citizens of the Chino Valley. We are grateful.

Here is a little more information about the honorees:

Chino Valley Fire Department:

Employee of the Year: Administrative Secretary Alma Nielsen

Alma Nielsen Chino Valley Fire District Employee of the Year

Alma Nielsen

Alma is an Administrative Secretary who has been a resident of Chino Hills for 30 years. She grew up in Los Angeles and attended Mt. San Antonio College, Chaffey College and Cal Poly Pomona.  

Prior to her position as an Administrative Secretary to Emergency Services and Support Services, she was our Permit Technician for 11 years.  

She is married to Jim Nielsen and has 4 children: Janine, Richard, Jackie, and Jennifer.  She has 3 grandsons, Benjamin, Andrew and William.  

Alma was selected by her peers for her dedication to the District and the energy that she brings to her position.  She is courteous and helpful to others and an excellent mentor to other employees.  In her spare time, she volunteers as Secretary to the Chino Valley Fire Foundation, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to promoting life, safety and welfare of the public through education.  She assists with their events on weekends and holidays.   

Alma’s previous experience includes being a Dispatcher for the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office, as well as working for Vons.

Alma enjoys traveling, boating, Yoga, shopping and of course, Napa.

Congratulations Alma, on being selected as the 2018 Employee of the Year!

2018 Firefighter of the Year: Firefighter/Paramedic Edwin Ryan, (JR)

Edwin Ryan (JR) Chino Valley Fire District Firefighter of the Year

Edwin Ryan (JR)

JR, a Firefighter / Paramedic, is an 11 year veteran of the Fire District.  JR and his wife, Bree reside in the City of Upland.

JR grew up in Rancho Cucamonga and graduated from Etiwanda High School.  He attended Mt. San Antonio College and Crafton Hills College. 

Prior to his position with Chino Valley Fire, JR worked for the City of La Verne for three years as a Firefighter/Paramedic.

JR was nominated as Firefighter of the Year by his peers for his dedication to the District and ongoing support of personnel in his role as President of the Chino Valley Professional Firefighters’, Local #3522.    His positive attitude, professionalism and solid work ethic are commendable.  

In his personal life, JR enjoys camping, mountain biking, water skiing, off-roading, and spending time with Bree.

Congratulations JR, on being selected as the 2018 Firefighter of the Year!

Chino Hills Police Department:

2018 Professional Staff Employee of the Year: Sheriff’s Service Specialist Alexander Reyes

Alexander Reyes Chino Hills Police Department 2018 Professional Staff Employee of the Year Alexander Reyes

Alexander Reyes

Alex was hired by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in 1990 and was assigned to Chino Hills Station in May 2008.  He has continuously remained a dedicated employee who accepts any task with a positive attitude.  Alex gives his maximum effort no matter how big or small the task. 

He has participated in countless events and conducted station tours.  He routinely dresses up as McGruff the crime dog and represents the department in a positive manner.  A few of the events Alex assisted with this year were, Red Ribbon Week, St. Jude’s fundraiser at Chili’s Restaurant, and active shooter training at the Community Center.  

Alex can achieve department objectives in a wide variety of assignments.  His current duties include front desk coverage, automotive pool, patrol, and special events.  He also serves a mentor for new Sheriff’s Service Specialists. 

His professionalism, maturity, and kind demeanor assist him in developing positive relationships with everyone he contacts.  Alex is a hard-working member of the Chino Hills team and an invaluable asset to the department. 

2018 Deputy of the Year: Deputy Eric Bradshaw

Chino Hills Police Department 2018 Deputy of the Year Deputy Eric Bradshaw

Eric Bradshaw

Eric was hired by the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department in 2012 and has been assigned to the Chino Hills station since August 2015.  Due to his commitment and passion for law enforcement, Eric received the Top Cop Award/Certificate from San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman, MADD Certificate of Achievement/Recognition award, and in November 2018 became a Field Training Officer.

In the last 12 months, Eric authored approximately 180 reports, issued 70 citations and arrested 93 suspects. In June 2018, Eric conducted an occupied vehicle check and recovered narcotics. Eric gathered pertinent information during the interview and subsequent search of the suspect’s cell phone. Eric authored and served a search warrant for the residence of the drug dealer who provided the suspect drugs. As result of the search, Eric recovered six firearms, counterfeit money, and methamphetamine.

Eric is an avid photographer and conducts photo shoots regularly.  Eric has used his photography skills to assist the Department.

It is because of Eric’s excellent work ethic, decision-making skills, and consistent high performance that he was unanimously selected by his supervisors for the Deputy of the Year award.

Chino Police Department:

2018 Officer of the Year: Officer Fortino Amancio

2018 Officer of the Year Officer Fortino Amancio

Fortino Amancio

Officer Amancio has been an officer with the Chino Police Department since 2013.  He was previously employed as a Deputy Sheriff with the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department. He has a natural ability to discover those engaging in criminal activity.  And, more importantly, he is willing to put in the work necessary to hold those individuals responsible for their actions.

Officer Amancio was recognized for several outstanding cases in the past year which showed his tenacity as a Patrol Officer to uncover criminal activity. His observations and immediate response led to the arrest of several criminals in his beat.  

In addition to his crime fighting efforts, Officer Amancio also exemplifies our Chino PD culture through his customer service and community outreach.  He is often seen at Community Outreach events such as National Night Out, Citizen Academy, Explorer Academy, Shop with a Cop and Toys for Tots.  On more than one occasion this past year, community members that have had Officer Amancio respond to their calls for service have called back to express how impressed they were with his courteous and polite nature, his patience, his kindness, and his compassion.  In one instance, an elderly woman was suffering from an episode related to her dementia.  Officer Amancio was able to speak calmly to the woman and resolve the situation.  The woman’s adult daughter called to compliment Officer Amancio explaining that his efforts were far more successful than her own in trying to calm her mother down.  

In another example, Officer Amancio conducted a vehicle check.  After contacting the occupants, he learned that this family of five, 2 adults and 3 children, were living in their car.  Due to the cold conditions, Officer Amancio found them a hotel room and provided out of his own pocket the funds necessary to pay for the room.  

Officer Amancio consistently leads his team in terms of productivity and he is regarded as a hard-working, professional, and cool-headed.  He was selected as the Beat Cop of the Quarter for July -September of 2018 and for all his efforts throughout the Year, Officer Tino Amancio is being awarded Officer of the Year.

2018 Civilian of the Year: Vanessa Cuellar

Chino Police Department Civilian of the Year Vanessa Cuellar

Vanessa Cuellar

Cadet Vanessa Cuellar was hired with the Chino Police Department in December of 2015.  Prior to being hired, Vanessa was a volunteer Police Explorer for 2 years.  Over the past year, Cadet Vanessa Cuellar has shown that she is a team player, a leader, and an ambassador for the department.  With some changes in staffing to our Training Unit, Vanessa was tasked with new assignments and responsibilities.  She took on the tasks of a full-time employee while maintaining part-time hours and attending college full-time.  

Cadet Cuellar was able to identify shortcomings in processes and has created more efficient and effective ways of completing the tasks assigned to her.  Having the responsibility of signing people up for training classes, making travel arrangements, and booking hotels for a Department that places a large emphasis on training requires extraordinary attention to detail.  Vanessa has done an outstanding job and has tracked and accounted for every expense.  She is not only up to date with this complex assignment but she remains ahead of schedule.    

Cadet Cuellar is also not afraid to show her vulnerability.  When she has a question, she asks.  And more than that, she doesn’t just send a quick email.  She makes a concerted effort to meet face to face or at least speak over the phone with whomever she is making arrangements for so she can be sure that she has all the information she needs to complete her task.  She is an excellent communicator and she fulfills her responsibilities accurately and with excellent customer service.  

Cadet Cuellar recently showed her leadership abilities when we received a new cadet to the Training Unit. During a transitional period, she would coordinate, train and help the new cadet with her new tasks. In addition to that, she completed her own assigned work, and mentored the new cadet so she would be more efficient and productive.   

Vanessa not only excels at work related tasks, she also donates her personal time to help others. She regularly helps with the use of force simulator during Citizens Academy and Youth Academy.  She also volunteers her time with the Explorer program, the Explorer Academy and the Active Shooter Community Workshops.  She was also a part of the Cadet Christmas tree give-away where our Cadets delivered Christmas trees and presents to families in need within the city.  

Vanessa truly exemplifies our Chino PD culture.  Please join me in congratulating, Cadet Vanessa Cuellar as our Civilian Employee of the Year.

Salute to Public Safety Sponsors:

This important event allows the business community to honor and acknowledge the sworn and civilian staff of our three public safety departments: the Chino Hills Police Department, the Chino Police Department, and the Chino Valley Fire District.

Thank you to Chino Valley Fire District Chief Tim Shackelford, Chino Hills Police Department Captain John Walker and Chino Police Chief Karen Comstock for giving us the opportunity to honor your agencies at our Salute to Public Safety.

As part of our Salute to Public Safety, many officers and staff members received complimentary lunches sponsored by our cities, their departments, and our big-hearted Chamber of Commerce sponsors.

2019 Salute to Public Safety Sponsors

Our Presenting Sponsors this year were:

  • Chino Valley Medical Center
  • City of Chino
  • City of Chino Hills

Our Gold Sponsors were:

  • Borstein Enterprises
  • Waste Management
  • Walmart FC #7049
  • Walmart FC #8103
  • Watson Land Company
  • Chino Rotary Club
  • Champion Newspapers
  • Health Service Alliance
  • Chino Hills Ford

Our Silver Sponsors were:

  • Apollo Insurance Services
  • Foddrill Construction
  • San Bernardino County Supervisor Curt Hagman
  • Southern California Edison

Our Bronze Sponsors were:

  • Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez
  • Transtech
  • Towneplace Suites by Marriott

Lastly, I would like to thank the wonderful folks who helped put in this years Salute to Public Safety: Arianna Fajardo, Denise Cattern, Gabriela Coletta, Gloria Smith, Margareth Jackson, Massiel De Guevara, Valerie McClung and Zeb Welborn.

If you or your company is interested in supporting our Salute to Public Safety in 2020, please email me at

Taste of the Chino Valley:

Our next major event is our Taste of the Chino Valley on April 8 from 5pm to 8pm at the Chaffey College Community Center. Taste food from 20+ restaurants across the Chino Valley. Get your tickets today – 2019 Taste of the Chino Valley.

2019 Taste of the Chino Valley

2019 Taste of the Chino Valley

Goals for the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce in 2019

By Zeb Welborn | January 31, 2019 |

Our Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce has seen a lot of growth since July and we plan to keep that trend going into 2019. I wanted to share with you all a few things we accomplished last year and how we plan to continue to improve in 2019.

There are three main ways the Chamber earns revenue: through membership, sponsorship and the events we host.

Our goals by the end of our fiscal year, which ends June 30, are to:

  • Gain 7 net members per month (a total of 84)
  • Increase large business participation via our Chairman’s Circle program
  • Increase event participation by 20%
  • Create a new event/opportunity for our members

The first three areas have seen substantial growth going into 2019. As mentioned in last months Chairman’s Report, we’ve grown by 28 members since July, added 4 new Chairman’s Circle sponsors (Apollo Insurance Services, Chino Hills Ford, Foddrill Construction and Towneplace Suites by Marriott) and our events have grown by 29% over last years events. (All of which are at our highest levels since we have recorded date from January 2014)

We are adding several new events and opportunities for our members including our Business @ Lunches, golf tournament, directory, display advertising, our Angel nights, enhanced Ribbon Cuttings and Chamber produced videos.

4th Quarter of 2018:

Each quarter our staff has and will continue to focus on the most important things to help promote and grow the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce and its members. Last quarter we focused on four things:

  • Putting on Amazing Events
  • Systematizing Everything We Do
  • Getting Stakeholders More Involved
  • Do a Better Job at Marketing Our Events

Putting on Amazing Events:

Currently, the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce puts on the Salute to Public Safety, the Taste of the Chino Valley, the State of the City for Chino, the State of the City for Chino Hills, the Installation Dinner, the Business Expo and the Holiday Luncheon. Our goal is to make sure these all improve by monitoring feedback to make sure they improve over time and to increase participation.

Last quarter, our Holiday Luncheon received exceptional feedback from the surveys we asked attendees to fill out. We had a perfect 5 out of 5 on the success of our Holiday Luncheon. We also saw substantial growth in attendees (from 103 to 129) and sponsorships.

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Holiday Luncheon

Systematizing Everything We Do:

The Chino Valley Chamber does a lot of different things and each of those things have routines that previously was only known by those who managed and operated them. By systematizing everything we do we are communicating more effectively with everyone involved and creating procedures in place so everyone is on the same page. We can also use these materials to help support our businesses.

One example of this is our Ribbon Cuttings. When a company hosted a Ribbon Cutting they were left to their own intuition on how to conduct a Ribbon Cutting. We’ve now created a system for our Ribbon Cutting events we can share with our members who are unveiling their business to our community. This will help to ensure our Ribbon Cuttings will be more successful and everyone is on the same page.

Take Ur Seat Ribbon Cutting at the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Last quarter we created systems for our Business @ Breakfast events (for speakers, hosts, businesses and restaurants), Monthly Mixers, Chairman’s Circle, Chamber Benefits, Ambassador Guidelines and Ribbon Cuttings (for Host and Business).

Getting Stakeholders More Involved:

It’s important we get members of the business community as involved with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce as possible. To that end, we made it our mission last month to speak with as many stakeholders in our community to get them more involved. We’ve spoken with government officials, city council members, school board members, Board Members and large businesses to learn how the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce can better serve them.

Our upcoming Salute to Public Safety will see increased representation from all those entities listed above.

Salute to Public Safety Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Do a Better Job at Marketing Our Events:

We identified several opportunities to enhance our marketing efforts going into 2019.  Internally we’ve made changes to help get professionally designed marketing materials for our events moving forward. We’ve also created a Marketing Committee made up of our Board of Directors who will be advising our team on our marketing efforts moving forward.

Thank you to our Marketing Committee who has stepped up to make sure our marketing messages are more modern and effective (see Salute to Public Safety flyer above).

Plans for the 1st Quarter of 2019:

In the 1st quarter of 2019, we plan to:

  • Continue to Put on Amazing Events
  • Continue to Systematize Everything We Do
  • Conduct a Membership Drive in March
  • Optimize Our Emails and Social Media Efforts

Put on Amazing Events – The Salute to Public Safety

This year we have a great program planned, have added more sponsors and are looking to grow on the number of attendees from last year’s 187. Looking forward to getting feedback from our attendees too.

You can register for the Salute to Public Safety here –

Continue to Systematize Everything We Do:

While we defined a large number of things the Chamber does last quarter, there are still many things we hope to complete by the end of this first quarter. We still need to systematize our events and the marketing plan for each event, committee guidelines, membership followup plans, and expectations and guidelines for board members.

The biggest thing we’re trying to tackle is creating an effective yearlong marketing campaign that will ensure we are doing a better job of promoting and marketing our events.

Another big component we’ll be introducing, which has been a long time coming, is the ability to pay for your membership automatically.

Membership Drive in March:

Our biggest goal this year was to grow membership by 84 members (7 members per month). Our membership data goes back to January, 2014 and our membership is higher than it has ever been at 384 members and we have no signs of slowing our membership growth.

To date, we’ve added 28 members since July. We’d like to see if our Chamber can grow our membership by 56 members during March. We have plans on how to make that happen and one of those plans will involve you helping us grow members in 2019.

Be on the lookout for our Membership Drive in March and our New Member Mixer on February 21.

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce New Member Mixer August 2018

Optimize Email and Social Media Efforts:

We are working to improve our communications with our members by incorporating numerous ways to get our message to you, the business community and stakeholders of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Be on the lookout for updated outreach methods to keep you in the loop regarding anything and everything happening in the Chino Valley  business community.

Have any thoughts on our goals for 2019?

Please let me know –

Thanks for everything!


End-of-Year Survey and Recap from the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

By Zeb Welborn | January 17, 2019 |

In 2018, the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce grew from 332 members on January 1 to 379 members by December 31.

We added new Chairman’s Circle gold sponsors Walmart FC #7049 and Walmart FC #8103 in 2018 and have added gold sponsor Chino Hills Ford, silver sponsor, Foddrill Construction, and bronze sponsors Apollo Insurance Services and TownePlace Suites by Marriott Ontario Chino Hills for 2019.

And, since taking over in June, our event participation and attendance is up by 29% from last year.

Every year the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce is looking for ways to help businesses in the Chino Valley become more and more successful. This year we’ve made a lot of positive strides in the right direction and are excited about the plans we have in store for 2019 (which we’ll share in an upcoming Executive Director’s message).

But for now, we’d like to take a look back on 2018 and share some of favorite successes and some of the things that made our Chamber great in 2018 (in no particular order).

We also want to encourage you to take our brief 5-question End-of-Year Survey to help make 2019 our best year ever –

Business @ Breakfast

Our Business @ Breakfasts take place every Wednesday at 7:45am at the Chino Hills Community Center located at 14250 Peyton Dr, Chino Hills, CA 91709. We routinely have between 30 and 50 business owners and have plans to continue to grow our Wednesday morning Business @ Breakfast events.

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce at Business @ Breakfast

David Bare as Membership Director

David Bare became our Membership Director in 2018 and he’s been the main catalyst for the growth of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce this year. Everyone I’ve spoken with has great things to say about David and his representation of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce.

David Bare Membership Coordinator Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Our Staff

Donna Gannon, Gloria Smith and Liz Divens have worked hard all year to make sure the members of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce are well taken care of. They are committed, hard-working and are always looking to make sure our members get the support they need.

For more about our staff, go here –

Our Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors is phenomenal. The men and women who comprise our Board of Directors do so as volunteers. Their ideas, effort and involvement have helped to make the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce what it is today. If you see them, be sure to thank them for their commitment to making the Chino Valley business community stronger.

See our Board of Directors here –

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Our Ambassadors

Our Ambassador team has grown substantially this year. Terry Fitch agreed to be the Ambassador Chair and has done a fine job giving our Ambassadors an opportunity to reach out to our community on behalf of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. Thank you to the Ambassadors of the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce for your commitment to make the Chamber stronger. See who our Ambassadors are here:

Terry Fitch Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce


Our Chairman’s Circle Sponsors

The Chamber would not be able to help and support local business without the support of our Chairman’s Circle Sponsors. Our Chairman’s Circle sponsors not only support the Chamber, but through their financial contributions they are supporting our business community as a whole. If you’re interested to learn who our Chairman’s Circle Members are or how to become one, please visit –


Business Expo

We sold out booths at our Business Expo. The Business Expo has grown substantially over the past several years thanks to the Ambassadors, our members, our Business Expo committee, our Board of Directors and our staff. Just four years ago, our Business Expo only had 16 booths participating. This year our Business Expo grew to have more than 80 businesses represented at our annual Business Expo at the Shoppes at Chino Hills.

Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Expo

Holiday Luncheon

Our Holiday Luncheon was successful this year too as we increased our attendees to the most we’ve ever had and donated lots of toys and food to the Chino Neighborhood House.

Holiday Luncheon Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Pizza & Politics

Board member Jim Gallagher took on the responsibilities of our Legislative Action Committee and has coordinated our Pizza & Politics since June. Our events have been extremely well attended. Jim was also instrumental in helping to put on our Candidate Forums for the City of Chino, City of Chino Hills and School Board this year too.

Jim Gallagher Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce

Business @ Lunch

Saundra-Marie Ramirez asked to head a committee for our new Business @ Lunch series.  Chamber members visit a local participating restaurant, learn how the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce can better serve them and learn a bit more about the restaurants we are eating at from the owners themselves.

Business @ Lunch Saundra Marie Ramirez

Thank you to everyone for your involvement in the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce in 2018. With your feedback, we hope to make 2019 even better.

Will you please answer this quick 5-question survey regarding your experience with the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce in 2019?

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