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3rd Annual UNOde50 Fall/Winter Jewelry Trunk Show

Save the date for the third annual, UNO de 50 TRUNK SHOW!
This year we are spreading it out over 2 days to give everyone a chance to get those Uno de 50 pieces of their dreams!! Perfect for pre-holiday shopping ♥

Dates:
Friday, November 10/Noon-9 pm
Saturday, November 11/ Noon-6 pm

Stay tuned for more info and be sure to RSVP!

Soup’s On! Presents Katie Coombs

Katie Coombs will be in Carson City to address the lunch crowd at the Chamber’s Soup’s On! event on November 9th beginning at 11:15 a.m. Katie is a well known columnist for the RGJ – her column is entitled, “Uncommon Sense.” This energetic woman will give us insight into how social media has become a tool for how social media has hijacked our manners and our minds! Fascinating stuff. Cost is $16 for the luncheon. Public is invited to the Chamber’s luncheon event.

Profession Saleswomen Summit

Is Your Style Stopping The Sale From The Start?

By Kathleen Audet

When you’re in front of a future client, you don’t want your clothes to be a barrier to what you have to offer. It is important to pay attention to the non-verbal cues and clues you give as you speak and present. Here are three things to consider when getting dressed:

  • Your sales call wardrobe should not include your workout outfit or your Saturday night date outfit. Wearing the wrong outfit to a meeting gives an inaccurate message about who you are. Of course, dressing for a business call with an artist and one with a banker may look different. But, showing up dressed as a reflection of your business and as professionally as possible will bridge that gap.
  • The non-verbal cues and clues we give to others are important, and we need to understand them before we can use them. A straight line whether in a pattern, fabric, or shape says, “Pay attention to me,” while a curved line says, “Take your time to look at me—have some fun!” The combination of lines and then shape, color, fabric, and pattern create the message we want to give to others using our clothing.
  • There’s no better way to close the gap between what your clothes say about you and the non-verbal cues you give to the world than by using color. The right color can send non-verbal messages such as “I can do that,” “I want that,” and “She’s telling my story.”  Use color to stand out, to bring you and your message together and to create some fun in your wardrobe and your meetings.

It’s time to close the gap between what non-verbal cues your clothes say about you what and what you want to say to the world. The more you understand who you are, the easier it is to choose clothing that reflects you and to create an image that is honest, trustworthy and garners warmth immediately. And isn’t that the goal of every opportunity we are given to connect with others?

Kathleen Audet is the president and founder of Your Authentic Image. SheAudet helps men and women find their authentic style, which inevitably leads to increased awareness of and confidence in their personal and professional leadership and nonverbal communication abilities.

The Sierra Sales Summit:

To find out more about creating an authentic, affordable, authoritative and accessible image, join Kathleen at the 2017 Sierra Sales Summit.

The Summit will feature a full day of sales education from top-notch speakers on leadership, personal branding, social selling, connected communication, content marketing, professional style, and a special session for business owners on financing. Attendees will receive breakfast and lunch, networking opportunities and a workbook of resources.

The Summit is scheduled for Nov. 17 at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. Buy your tickets today at sierrasalessummit2017.eventbrite.com and use code BLISSBABE” for a 15% discount.

The Sierra Sales Summit is Northern Nevada’s only sales and marketing training event featuring a full day of sales education from thought provoking speakers. For more information and to buy tickets, visit sierrasalessummit2017.eventbrite.com

Spellbinder 2017

Northern Nevada Literacy Council presents the 20th Annual Spellbinder, a corporate spelling bee and fundraising event. With a Harry Potter theme and grand prize trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, this annual word-lovers competition presents an entertaining, even magical, opportunity to support NNLC.Northern Nevada Literacy Council presents the 20th Annual Spellbinder, a corporate spelling bee and fundraising event. With a Harry Potter theme and grand prize trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter™, this annual word-lovers competition presents an entertaining, even magical, opportunity to support NNLC.

Great Italian Festival

For the 36th year, the Eldorado is bringing the sights, sounds and flavors of Italy to downtown Reno during the Eldorado Great Italian Festival. Held each year during Columbus Day weekend, the festival is a celebration of Italian culture and traditions and includes live entertainment, a sauce cooking contest and of course, pasta – lots of pasta. Don’t miss the Eldorado Great Italian Festival, October 7 & 8 in Downtown Reno. The legendary Paul Anka kicks off the festival on October 6!

The Eldorado Great Italian Festival transforms downtown Reno into Little Italy with a grape stomp, wine walk, an Italian farmers market, food booths and incredible free, live entertainment all weekend long.

A crowd favorite year after year continues to be the Great Italian Festival Sauce Cook-off. Italian families from across the West Coast bring their recipes to life right on the street for guests to taste. People’s Choice ballots for favorite sauce will be given with the purchase of pasta.

No Italian Festival would be complete without plenty of homemade Italian food. Spectators are invited to “finire di mangiare” – or “eat up” as the Italians say with plenty of delicious foods like chicken parmesan, spaghetti and meatballs, meat ravioli with Bolognese, tortellini Eldorado, Gnocchetti pesto, Italian sausage and peppers, fried ravioli, fried calamari and the ever-famous mushroom ravioli with porcini cream sauce. Complete your meal with a delicious dessert of homemade gelato, cannolis or Nutella ricotta Crespo, a sweet ricotta crepe with strawberries and Nutella drizzle.

Join Bliss Babe with Susan G. Koman Race 4 the Cure

Hello Family and Friends,

Pink hats, pink tutus, survivors and heroes alike will once again rally to be bold, be fearless and be More Than Pink on Sunday, Oct. 15 for the 19th annual Susan G. Komen Reno Race for the Cure in Downtown Reno at City Plaza. This year’s rally cry is: “It’s one thing to be aware of breast cancer. It’s another to do something about it. Be more than pink!”

We would like to invite you to join the Bliss Babe Team as we Race 4 The Cure. Don’t worry if you are not a runner you can walk and if you can’t make the race you are welcome to donate to our team.

Presented by the Eldorado Resort Casino, Silver Legacy Resort Casino Reno and Circus Circus Reno, the 5K run/walk will raise funds for local breast cancer community health programs and breast cancer research, and ultimately to contribute to Susan G. Komen’s bold goal of reducing breast cancer deaths in the US by 50% by 2026. Registration and fundraising opens April 15, with $10 early bird savings for those who sign up before June 1 at KomenNevada.org/renorace.

Registration and Fundraising
Race for the Cure participants can sign up starting April 15 atKomenNevada.Org/RenoRace. Registration for adults is $30 through May 31, $35 from June 1 – September 30, and $40 starting October 1. Youth registration is $20 (until May 31), $25 (June 1 – September 30) and $35 starting October 1.

Susan G. Komen Nevada depends on participants to raise funds for its community health grants. Registration fees help cover the cost of the event, but participant fundraising is how the organization is able to provide breast cancer services in the community.

Several fundraising prizes will be awarded including More Than Pink windshield shades, Lake Tahoe getaway vacations, a hot air balloon ride, American Airlines AAdvantage mile certificates and more. The top 15 fundraisers will be invited to a spectacular VIP brunch at the Eldorado Resort after the Race on October 15.

So… Join us now by signing up via the link below.

KomenNevada.Org/RenoRace

Dine the District Food Tour

OCTOBER 14, 2017 – DINE THE DISTRICT FOOD TOUR

Reno’s Favorite Dining District is located along the Riverwalk!

TICKETS ARE LIMITED

Pre-sale $20, at the Door $25
1pm – 4pm

The Riverwalk Dining District is where Foodies come to feast on the many options of culinary excellence located in the Heart of Reno, Nevada. The Riverwalk features unique options in dining & entertainment showcasing selections from around the world.

Join us as we leisurely stroll through beautiful downtown Reno for our Dine The District Food Tour. Not only will you have an opportunity to enjoy a variety of culinary delights from the best restaurants in the Reno area, you will be supporting continued development of the Riverwalk District!

Redeem or purchase additional tickets by presenting receipt at the new Reno Tahoe Visitor Center located in the Reno eNVy store during the day of the event, you will receive a food tour map as your formal admission to the self-guided tour during the day of the event.

Reno eNVy / Reno Tahoe Visitor Center
135 North Sierra Street Reno, NV 89501
(775) 682-3800

Tickets can also be purchased the day of the event at the following locations (CASH ONLY)

RENO eNVy:
135 N. Sierra Street, Suite C, Reno NV, 89501
NOTE: Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable. Please be aware that If you or anyone in your party has a dietary restriction or a food allergy not all locations will be able to accommodate your special food needs.
Are there vegetarian options on the tour?

Some of the locations on the dine-around do offer a vegetarian option and they will be noted on the map the day of the event. However not all participating businesses offer a vegetarian option. There are several tasting’s that include fish or shellfish please be aware that If you or anyone in your party has a dietary restriction or a food allergy as the Riverwalk Merchants Association will not be held liable.
Getting here is half the fun —

And we encourage you to get here by plane, train, automobile, bike, on foot, or by the public transport of your choosing. The Riverwalk is served by RTC Sierra Spirit (a free downtown-area bus), RTC RIDE (our county-wide bus service), taxis, and hotel shuttles for guests of those properties. For more information, visit www.rtcwashoe.com or one of the cab companies listed below.
Reno-Sparks Cab Co. (775) 333-3333
Whittlesea Checker Taxi (775) 322-2222
Yellow Cab (775) 355-5555

For additional parking information visit : http://www.renoriver.org/getting_here.html
Have questions about Dine The District Food Tour? Contact The Riverwalk District – Merchant Assoc.

Bliss Babe Bus

We are thrilled to partner with Bliss Babe Magazine once again and offer a bus package from Reno up to the Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop. Rounds Bakery will be this year’s pick-up/drop-off location and they’ll be serving up some delicious pre-event breakfast delights as well as mimosas and bloody mary’s.

Join us for this iconic fall event in beautiful downtown Truckee. Attendees will receive a commemorative wine glass to sample wine at 30+ venues as well as five food tickets and a map to all participating venues.

Get ready to wine, walk and shop!

Advanced tickets: $40
Bliss Babe Bus: $75
Tickets here: https://truckeewws2017.eventbrite.com/

Suits & Sneakers Gala

The American Cancer Society’s 10th annual Suits & Sneakers Gala will be held Saturday, September 23, 2017 at the Downtown Reno Ballroom. This glittering event will feature festivities beginning at 6 p.m. with a reception led by our Honorary Chairs, Coach Eric and Danyelle Musselman. Also in attendance will be the 2016-17 Mountain West Conference Champions, the University of Nevada Wolf Pack Basketball Team -fresh off their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 10 years!

Attendees will enjoy signature cocktails and a silent auction followed by dinner, live auction and first-class sports entertainment. This year’s 10th anniversary event will also include the presentation of our first ever Spirit of Hope Award to Stan Wilmoth and Heritage Bank.

The American Cancer Society is thrilled to present a very special speaker as our 2017 Suits & Sneakers entertainment: 12-time MLB All-Star and Hall of Famer Dave Winfield.

An impressive resume of sports, business and compelling life experiences has turned Dave into one of the most in-demand keynote speakers. His dynamic, relevant and timely presentations cover a wide range of topics, from education, teamwork and leadership to achievement, personal development, health and wellness. We promise you’ll be inspired.

Join northern Nevadans coming together to help stop cancer!

Wine + Dine

Edible Reno-Tahoe magazine and Dolan Lexus are partnering to bring you delectable bites prepared by local chefs and paired with wines selected by Larry Sapperstein of Revel Distributing.

All proceeds from the event benefit Urban Roots, a local garden education program for youths K-12. Tickets are just $45 in advance and $60 at the door.

We’ll welcome several phenomenal local caterers and chefs who will be creating distinct bites. Stay tuned for a list of those participating!

We’re grateful to our chefs, who will be donating their time and lending their expertise to help Urban Roots. Additionally, we’d like to thank our sponsors DigiPrint, for helping with signage and menus.