June 2013 Newsletter - Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce


June 2013 Newsletter - Daytona Beach Chamber of Commerce

Serving Members Since 1919 Volume 7, NO. 158 June 2013

Ride the Wave

Regional Outlook

How Will Your Business be Affected by

the Affordable Care Act?

June 11, 2013

7:30AM - 2:30PM

Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

100 N. Atlantic Ave.

Daytona Beach, FL 32118


The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Center for Business Excellence in presenting a Business Summit on Tuesday, June 11, 2013.

This year, we are focusing on a topic that has been on the mind of every HR and business executive – the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and how it relates to their

business practices.

The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce is in support of using federal funds to extend coverage to the working poor. Even though the ACA has already

taken money from Floridians through taxes, fees, and cuts to pay for the extension of health care coverage, Floridians are in need of the ACA – approximately 1

million Floridians to be exact, who make up the working poor...only earning up to $32,400/year and supporting a family of four.

These benefits would create approximately 121,000 jobs – according to a University of Florida Food & Resource Economics Department study. Without the

extension of healthcare coverage, Florida businesses could be responsible for an additional $219 million in annual penalties through the Affordable Healthcare


Chamber Chairman Philip Maroney, Root Company, expresses his enthusiasm for the event, “We are pleased that the Center for Business Excellence invited us to

partner with them on this most important regulation. This single piece of legislation will probably have the largest fiscal impact on our businesses, and these

healthcare experts will lead us in the right direction.”

This event features three workshop topics including:

Tax/law implications, medical/insurance concerns, human resource summary of the PPACA, panel discussion with the experts, and changes to implement in the

next two years to be in compliance.

Keynote speaker Juliet Funt, daughter of Allen Funt of ‘Candid Camera’, will use humor and insight to teach us how to create “white space” in our lives. Juliet is a

highly sought after speaker on matters such as how to find joy, productivity and peace in a world that gets faster and more demanding every day.

Rick Fraser, President of the Center for Business Excellence, says, “This is the ninth annual summit that we have put on. We felt that the time was right to dedicate

this summit to the impact that the ACA will cause. This isn’t a love it or hate it seminar; it’s an informational session for all-size employers to find out and get info

on how their business may be impacted on this legislation.”

A panel has been put together comprised of local experts including the President/CEO of Florida Hospital – Daryl Tol, Jeff Feasel – Halifax Health

Presdident/CEO, Yan Lapointe – Senior Tax Manager of James Moore & Co., Joyce Chastain – Human Resource Consultant, Scott A. Selis – Chairman of The Florida

Bar Elder Law Section’s Legislative Committee, Alex Doberstein – Employee Benefits Account Executive for Brown & Brown, and Pamela Mims – Director of

Finance and Marketing of Florida Health Care Plans. These individuals have dedicated the last couple years of their lives to get this legislature passed, and

couldn’t be a better choice of representatives to inform the group at the summit.

The half-day summit will be held at the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort, 100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona Beach, FL from 7:30AM – 2:30PM. Tickets are $50

per person, which includes breakfast, lunch and the seminar, and can be purchased by calling (386) 323-7074.


Philip Maroney, Chairman of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce has announced that the search for the Daytona Regional

Chamber of Commerce’s new President has begun.

Thus far, 49 resumes have been submitted to the search committee, whom is comprised of 10 members of the Daytona Regional Chamber

of Commerce and 4 non-voting resource advisors.

“The selection of the right person to lead the Chamber is the most important issue we will face this year,” Maroney stated, “The members of

the Presidential Search Committee, appointed by the Chamber’s Board of Directors, possess the necessary skills and expertise to successfully

undertake this effort and are representative of our diverse membership.”

2014 Chair-Elect Jim Rose said, “No matter how long the search, with our trained team of business executives, we are sure to find the

person that we need for this Chamber and one who will fulfill the Chamber’s mission of being a relentless advocate for business.”

The new Chamber President will act as the chief executive officer of the organization and be responsible for all day to day management of

the organization. Specific duties include: coordinating of the plan of action; organizational structure and procedures; motivation of

volunteers; budgetary management; retention and expansion of membership; employee training and supervision of staff; interpretation of

policy; maintenance of facilities and long range planning. Until the new President is hired, George Mirabal, a former Daytona Chamber

President, will serve in the role of Interim President.

The Chamber is advertising the position through a variety of nationwide resources. Qualified applicants are directed to submit resumes

online at daytonasearch@yahoo.com or via mail to P. O. Box 2676, Daytona Beach, FL 32114. Deadline to submit resumes is June 20.

For information on any aspect of the search committee, contact George Mirabal at the Daytona Regional Chamber at (386)-523-3670.



Friday, June 7th

Network Lunch

Caribbean Jack’s

721 Ballough Rd., Daytona

11:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Join the Chamber for Friday’s Network Lunch

and make new contacts, participate in the

raffle and win door prizes!

$20 Members, $30 Non-Members

RSVP: Josie (386) 523-3675 or


Tuesday, June 11th

Business Summit 2013

Presented by the CBE

Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort

100 N. Atlantic Ave., Daytona

7:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

This is a seminar on the Affordable

Healthcare Act and how it relates to your

business practices. (How it affects your

company; changes to be made; tax, law,

medical & insurance implications

RSVP to (386) 323-7074

Friday, June 14th

Ribbon Cutting

Rue, Ziffra, Caldwell PA

645 Dunlawton Ave., Port Orange

Noon - 1 p.m.

Join the Chamber in welcoming in a new

member with a ribbon cutting.

Complimentary light lunch and beverages

will be provided.


Tuesday, June 18th

New Member Reception

Sponsored by Moore’s Fine Foods

Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce

126 E. Orange Ave., Daytona Beach

5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

All Chamber members that have joined since

March 26th are invited to attend this

informational session to learn about how you can

get the most out of your membership with us.

Friday, June 21st

Eggs & Issues

Presented by UCF Daytona Beach

LPGA International - International Room

1000 Champions Dr., Daytona Beach

7:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Topic: Daytona 500 GEM Survey Results

Speaker: Joie Chitwood, Daytona International

Speedway President

$15 Members

$20 Non-Members

RSVP to Josie at (386) 523-3675 or


Tuesday, June 25th

Ribbon Cutting

GFS Marketplace

1304 W, Int’l Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach

10:00 a.m.

Enjoy a catered buffet of hors d’oeuvres and

desserts as we celebrate their

Grand Opening!

Tuesday, June 25th

Ambassador’s Committee Meeting

Jackie Robinson Stadium

105 E. Orange Ave., Daytona Beach

4:45 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Those interested in assisting at

Chamber events should attend.

Questions? Please call Terry Sabiston, WNDB

News at (386) 852-1659

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Friday, October 11, 2013 - Noon Shotgun

Where: LPGA International - Champions Course


$1,500 Major Sponsor (Logo on all signage and publications, Foursome, Hole Sign, Banquet)

$750 Team Sponsor (Foursome, Hole Sign, Boxed Lunch, Drinks & Banquet)

$175 Individual (Round of Golf & Banquet)

$100 Hole Sponsor (Recognition on tee sign)

Donate a Prize: We love donations! Silent Auction items and raffle prizes are greatly appreciated!

Reserve your team NOW - They’re going FAST!

Call Josie (386) 523-3675 or josie@daytonachamber.com


Tuesday, June 25th

Chamber Night at the Cubs

& Business After Hours

Presented by Root Company

Jackie Robinson Stadium -

Dustin’s Picnic Porch

105 E. Orange Ave., Daytona Beach

Food - 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., Game 7:05p.m.

Let’s watch a ballgame and eat all we can

Dustin’s BBQ along with $1 draft beers!

$20 Members , $15 Children - includes all

you can eat pulled pork, hamburgers, hot

dogs, baked beans, potato salad, & green

salad! RSVP to Josie (386) 523-3675 or

josie@daytonachamber.com by June 24

Wednesday, June 26th

Chamber Advantage Series Workshop

Member Discounts & Services

Presented by Suntrust Bank

Daytona Regional Chamber

105 E. Orange Ave., Daytona Beach

Noon - 1:00 p.m.

Learn about member discounts and services

that Chamber members can offer your

business! $10 Members - Includes Lunch -

RSVP to Josie by June 24 at (386) 523-3675 or


Friday, June 28th

Make Difficult People Disappear Seminar

Presented by the Daytona Beach

Leadership Council

SW Grill, Sunset Harbor

861 Ballough Rd., Daytona Beach

Noon - 1:00 p.m.

Learn how to eliminate conflict and reduce

stress in the workplace at this seminar!

$15 Members - $25 Non-Members - Includes

Lunch - RSVP by June 24 to Josie 523-3675

or josie@daytonachamber.com

Business Links Golf Tournament

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Leadership Daytona Class XXXIII Wrap-Up

Continuing a proud tradition of the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Daytona Class XXXIII graduated

on May 30. The “new” Leadership Daytona program is now in its second year, featuring an all-new set of classes, an

interactive/presentation portion of each class, and an MBA-style case study from a local CEO for the class to solve. Chairman

Bo Brewer and Co-chair Joni Hunt lead the program. Classes were facilitated by an energetic and enthusiastic group of

leaders in the community, including many Chamber board members and two graduates of last year’s Leadership Daytona


Classes included a passionate welcome to the program from Coach Steve Ridder; a new style of SIMSOC; Healthcare 101;

Organizational Behavior (including insight into what each class member’s Myers-Briggs Type Indicator means in their

workplace ); Government & Politics; Presentation Skills; Economic Development; Tourism; Our Legal System (facilitated by

Kelly Parsons and Judge Parsons and featuring a mock trial with 3 juries); Media (facilitated by Lori Catron and Tim

Stockman and featuring an interactive exercise with all of the Daytona Beach News-Journal editors); Community and Board

Service; and a new class - Arts, Culture and our Natural Resources (facilitated by Preston Root and featuring a tour of the

Root Family Museum by Preston, a discussion of governmental influence on our natural resources by Clay Henderson, and a

presentation by Hyatt Brown on what a legacy means).

Class members were given the opportunity to chair a class, and to introduce more than one presenter to hone their

presentation skills and widen their network. This year’s CEO Business Challenge was given to the class from both Florida

Hospital Regional CEO Daryl Tol and Halifax Health CEO Jeff Feasel. Class members were given a unique business problem

to solve when the program began in February and presented their unique solution to the CEOs on the last day of the



Membership For Retirees

Now Available!

The Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce is honoring former Chamber members

who are retired with a special membership package! With an annual membership of

$100.00, the membership benefits are designed to keep you knowledgeable and involved

in what’s happening at the Chamber, as well as local, state, and federal matters impacting

business. This membership is a special thank you for your previous Chamber

involvement in making this a better community.




Recognition of Membership in Regional Outlook Newsletters

Members-Only pricing at all Chamber events

Listing in printed Directory with previous title and on DaytonaChamber.com

Participation in any committee, task force or council

Electronic weekly email blasts and monthly newsletters to keep you up-to-date on Chamber news

Media invites to ribbon cuttings and grand openings

Access to Affinity Program with discounts currently offered through Office Depot, the News-Journal, Gold Benefits of

Volusia, and Discount Health Savings Card

Opportunities to volunteer at Chamber events

Definition of a Retiree….a person who has worked as a senior executive for a Chamber member

and has fully retired and who is no longer employed by a Chamber company.

To Apply, contact Summer Parkman, Director of Memberships at (386) 523-3680 or



Message From

the Chairman

Philip Maroney, CCIM

Root Company

Chamber Chairman

June means Summer is upon us and things are certainly heating up at the Daytona Regional Chamber of Commerce. The recent

announcements regarding our area’s improving employment rate, the increase in construction permitting and the buzz about the

planned Hard Rock Hotel and Café have generated a great deal of enthusiasm among our members. The economic progress

reflects a positive trend that will lead to greater business opportunities ahead and the Chamber is doing its part to help our

community capitalize.

Since the beginning of the year, various committees of the Daytona Regional Chamber have reported great progress of their own,

including graduation of our 33rd Leadership Class, improvements to the Chamber’s website, new surveys designed to gather

member feedback and increase membership value, numerous events allowing members one-on-one exposure to local, state and

federal officials, a new retired executive membership status and expansion of our Volusia Tech Council offerings, to name just a


In addition, the Presidential Search Committee continues its momentum, having developed and distributed the president’s job

description & qualifications to a nationwide audience. Already, a number of applicants have submitted their professional resumes

for consideration.

Finally, June is full of different networking, social and educational events; so be sure to check the Chamber’s website for details.

And don’t forget to attend the Center for Business Excellence’s 9th annual Business Summit on June 11th at the Daytona Hilton

featuring a comprehensive review of the Affordable Care Act and its impact on your business.

Best wishes for a profitable June.


The Young Professionals are actively fulfilling their

mission to “attract and retain” other Young

Professionals to the Greater Daytona Beach Area.

West Volusia YPG has grown to over 50 members,

and now has a full board for the first time ever.

May was a fun month for young professionals, as

they had their third Thursday Networking Social at

the Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort’s pool

deck overlooking the ocean! June will bring the

Daytona YPG to the Cubs game for a VIP party in

the Budweiser Bullpen. West Volusia YPG’s social

will be held at The Abbey in DeLand on Thursday,

June 13th.

The YPG’s 2nd Quarter Power Lunch will feature

guest speaker and Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick

Henry at Florida Hospital on Thursday, June 13th.

If you or another representative know of any local

young professionals that would like to join the

YPG, please contact Michael Sznapstajler, Cobb

Cole, at mszna@cobbcole.com.



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The Coral Sands Ocean Front Resort was first established in the 1920s, when it

was just 25 cottages. By the ‘70s, we had the five floor hotel with 68 rooms and

then came an additional 17 North Cottages as well as the 31 site RV Park. Today

Coral Sands has over 900 feet of beautiful, tranquil and untouched traffic-free

beach. We have many generations of families coming back year after year.

Many renovations were done after the hurricanes of 2004 but in a short span of

time, our new owner has made many improvements and this will continue with

our five year plan. As of now, we have new pavers on both our pool and north

cottage patio, all the South Cottages have been revamped with new kitchens

and furniture and we are now working our way through the Hotel and the North

Cottages. The RV Park has a new shell drive and pads, foliage, landscaping and

pergola. Coral Sands RV Park is also part of Good Sam club and one of the few

that is directly on the beach. Another addition is that we now accept pets in a

select few of the North Cottages upon request only. The Coral Sands is a member

of a family of properties managed by Continental Property Services along with

11 apartment complexes throughout the greater Daytona area.

For more information, contact:

Coral Sands Resort

1009 Ocean Shore Blvd.

Ormond Beach, FL 32176

(386) 441-1831

As the world’s premier aerospace university, Embry-

Riddle offers the #1 collegiate flight education program

found anywhere. Embry-Riddle is the best choice for students

who seek fulfilling and distinguished careers in aviation,

aerospace, and engineering. If you believe you have what it

takes to be number one–to be a leader–don’t settle for anything

less. Come learn with the best at the top aerospace university

in the country. Yes, at Embry-Riddle we aim for the stars.

But we always keep home close to our hearts.



May 2013 Renewals!

31 - 40 Years

Critter Fleet

21-30 Years

Cobb Cole

AT&T - Florida

RW Group, Inc.

Bomar Construction, Inc.

Volusia Literacy Council

Compu Sys

Rooms To Go

Regions Bank

Atlantic Communications Team

10-20 Years

Ormond in the Pines

PermaCraft Signs & Trophies

WFTV Channel 9

Flair Air Conditioning & Heating

Walgreens - District 33

Sand Castle Motel

Cypress Head Golf Club

Covington & Associates, Inc.

Blue Sky Swimwear

Zev Cohen & Associates, Inc.

Special Event Services, Inc.

Benedict Advertising

Florida Technical College

Gray Robinson, P.A. Law Firm

Ed’s Spas Solar & Pools

Raceway Foods Corporation / Subway

Hope Fellowship Church, Inc.


6-9 Years

Two Men and a Truck

Florida Capital Bank, N.A.

Consumer Source

The Official Gear Company

Ponce DeLeon Inlet Lighthouse

Paul Culver Construction, Inc.

Ocean Deck Restaurant

1 - 5 Years

Wadsworth Flooring

Coral Sands Inn, Seaside Cottages & RV Resort


MetCare Ormond Beach

Brandon S. Perry, CPA, PA

Peabody Auditorium

Daytona Beach Parasail & Water Sports

Central FL Community Development Corp.

A1A Landscaping, LLC

AM Weigel Construction, Inc.

Encore Catering

Tietjen Technologies Inc.

Bankers Life & Casualty Company

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse

Indigo Manor ALF

C.E.D. Consolidated Electrical Distributors

Oceanside Country Club

Robert Horner Painting

Florida Autism Center

Paragon Ocean Walk LLC

CreWeb Design

David C. Hinson Middle School

The Phoenix Gym

Roar Motorcycles Inc.

Chamber Urging Support for Space

Florida Commercial Launch Site

On May 2, the Chamber led an effort of support Space Fla's request for a commercial launch site south of

Oak Hill. The Volusia County Council approved a resolution of support by a 6-1 vote (Jason Davis, Joyce Cusack,

Doug Daniels, Deb Denys, Pat Patterson, Josh Wagner voted YES/Pat Northey voted NO). The Chamber would like to thank the

business people that cared enough to attend this meeting and support the project.

Space Florida, a state-run economic development agency, is seeking to acquire a 150 acre site from NASA in southern Volusia as a

site for a vertical launch spaceport.

In the meantime, NASA agreed to let the Federal Aviation Administration lead an environmental impact study on its land. Space

Florida’s Dale Ketcham stated, "This is a signal to the commercial marketplace that Florida is still in the game." As for the launch pad

itself, cost estimates appear to be less than $100 million, with the bulk of that cost being borne by the company that uses it, along

with some state funding. NO VOLUSIA TAX DOLLARS!

Commercial space launches are an emerging market and spaceports have been or are getting established in New Mexico, Texas,

Colorado, Georgia and other states which see the potential for new business from industry leaders SpaceX, Virgin Galactic, Blue

Origin and Stratolaunch.

These new spaceports are in direct competition with our own Space Florida, but having Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (and

their new Commercial Space Management curriculum) in the same county is a plus! Timing for this project is critical because

SpaceX will soon announce the location of its newest launch pad, and Florida must show signs of progress if it hopes to beat

competitors such as Texas and Puerto Rico.

On June 18-19, Chamber representatives including County Councilmember Deb Denys, Chamber Vice Chair Rose Ann Tornatore,

ERAU’s Rodney Cruise and Marc Bernier, and TEAM Volusia’s Stephen Lawrence are going to Washington to relay Volusia's support

for this project to Senators Bill Nelson, Marco Rubio, Congressman Ron Desantis, Congressman John Mica, Congressman Bill Posey.

Other meetings will be held with Federal Aviation Administration and NASA.

Afterwards, the Chamber will concentrate on raising public support for the project at the upcoming public hearings later this

summer as required by the Environmental Impact Study. Anyone wishing to help us should contact Jim Cameron at 566-2140 or


VCARD’s Annual Banquet

VCARD’s June 12th annual banquet will be a combined celebration of the association’s award presentations and Florida’s

500 year history, with the Viva Florida 500! theme. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the Oceanside Country Club, 75 N.

Halifax Drive, Ormond Beach, and Chamber of Commerce members are invited to attend. For reservation information,

contact David Castagnacci: 386-257-4169 or dave@daytonachamber.com

VCARD’s new Officers and Executive Council members for 2013-2014 will be installed at the event and the association will

honor three community leaders for their contributions to the association and Volusia and Flagler counties. Robert A.

Merrell III, partner in the Daytona Beach law firm of Cobb Cole, will receive VCARD’s 2013 ‘Fred Thellman Member of the

Year’ award. (The award is named in memory of longtime business and community leader Fred Thellman). Honored as

VCARD’s 2013 ‘Citizens of the Year’ will be Mary Swiderski, executive director of the Volusia Council of Governments

(VCOG) and the Volusia League of Cities (VLOC); and Helga van Eckert, executive director of Flagler County’s Department

of Economic Opportunity.

The evening program’s guest presenter will be Dana Ste. Claire, director of Heritage Tourism & Historic Preservation for

the City of St. Augustine. One of the state’s most highly-esteemed historians, Mr. Ste. Claire has authored publications

about Florida history and also served on numerous boards and organizations associated with Florida’s history and culture

– including the Secretary of State’s Historic Preservation Advisory Council. Mr. Ste. Clair also is a lead coordinator for three

years of special events commemorating St. Augustine’s 450th anniversary in 2015, making it the oldest continually

occupied European settlement in the United States.


Chamber Member Discounts & Services 2013

As a Chamber member, when you join or

renew at Sam’s Club® as a Business Plus

Member, you’ll receive a $25 gift card

(non-plus new or renewing members receive

a $10 gift card.)

Discover exceptional values on essentials

and specialty items for your business and


To learn more, contact Debra Krammer,

Membership Coordinator at (386) 760-3151.

Store Purchasing Program

Office Depot offers Chamber Members a Store Purchasing

Program Savings Card for you and your office. This card is

available to everyone.

Discounts on TOP 300 most frequently used products!

15% OFF lowest retail price on copy paper & toner items

30% OFF lowest retail price on general supply items

Black & White Copies: $0.03 each, Color Copes: $0.29 each

Binding, Folding, Cutting 40% OFF the retail price.

5% OFF lowest retail price on all other purchases

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New Chamber members in 2013 ONLY are offered a

discounted media advertising schedule. Spend up to

$1,000 and receive up to $1,000 in free commercials. Not

valid for existing customers. Void after 12/31/2013

Call Donna Fillion, Director of Sales at (386) 944-7711 or


Contact Al Sandoval, District 6 Central Florida Marketing Manager

by email: abs0521@gmail.com

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Receive up to 75% off

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