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WELCOME
to
Tahoe Business Exchange
Tahoe Business Exchange
is dedicated to providing an open forum
to enhance and grow businesses in the Lake Tahoe area.
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TBX New Member Overview Sheet
 All prospective members have completed an application form, had references checked, been
voted in by a 2/3 majority vote by the membership, paid the yearly membership fee, recited the
code of ethics in front of the membership, and completed a personal/business bio.
 The TBX website is: www.tahoebusiness.org . There is a member’s only section of the website at
www.tahoebusiness.org/safe . Bob Rappaport will issue all members a username and password
for access to this section. Blogging is encouraged. Updated forms are available on our site.
 Attendance is required at scheduled meetings so as to represent their company to fellow
members. If an emergency prevents attendance, an email is to be sent to the general
membership prior to the meeting. TBX email is laketahoe.tbx@tahoebusiness.org (group email).
The meeting starts at 8:15 AM and continues until 9:45 AM. Promptness is a sign of respect.
 Prior to the first presentation, the new member must attend a short meeting for indoctrination.
 On a rotating basis, a 20 minute presentation shall be made during a regular meeting. This will
happen at least once a year. The purpose of this presentation is to make other members more
aware of your business so they can make quality referrals.
 Each week, each member is given 30 seconds to introduce themselves and give a short, catchy
slogan.
 Each week, each member participates in sharing leads for other businesses from their warm
market and suggests what a good referral for them would be….30 to 60 seconds.
 Each member will have multiple business cards available to hand out throughout the week as
needed for fellow members (TBX card holder is provided). Personal business cards will be
continually stocked in TBX box.
 Chairperson responsibilities rotate amongst the membership. Each member takes a turn for a
month as chair. Minutes will be taken the month prior to assuming the responsibilities of the
chair and disseminated to the general membership.
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Tahoe Business Exchange
BYLAWS
1.0 Mission Statement
The adopted Mission Statement is below:
Tahoe Business Exchange is dedicated to providing an open forum to enhance and grow businesses in
the Lake Tahoe Area.
2.0 Officers
Below is a list of officers and assigned terms.
2.1 Chair Person
The chair person shall reside over all meetings scheduled for a period of one (1) month before rotation.
Below is a list of assigned duties:
 Conduct and control the meeting enforcing the stated Agenda for the type of meeting
scheduled.
 During a scheduled businesses meeting (always the first meeting of the month) the Chair shall
appoint at his or her discretion someone to record and distribute the minutes of business
conducted. The person assigned to record the minutes shall distribute the minutes (via email)
for membership review by the following Tuesday (2 days prior next scheduled meeting,
giving time for corrections).
 If an unforeseen absence occurs during the Chair’s rotation, it is the duty of the Chair Person to
schedule a substitute to chair the meeting.
2.1.1 Chair Rotation
The Administrator Treasurer shall maintain a monthly list for the Chair Rotation schedule (at least 6
months in advance). Each month a different member shall be scheduled to chair the meetings. To
qualify for the chairman position, requires a minimum of six (6) months membership, and whose
membership is in good standing.
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2.2 Administrator Treasurer & Assistant
The Administrator Treasurer shall handle the accounting for the organization. It was decided to have a
second person work in tandem (Assistant to the Administrator Treasurer) with the Administrator to
assure a system of checks and balances. Below is a list of assigned duties for the Administrator
Treasurer (The Assistant has second signature authority of Checking Account):
 Maintain records of annual dues, and collect accordingly ($150.00 Annual Membership).
 Keep track of the balance and expenditures for running Tahoe Business Exchange transactions.
 There will be no bank account for Tahoe Business Exchange, and it is the responsibility of the
Administrator Treasurer to keep the balance on hand at their home location.
 Track Attendance (Maintained by Assistant to the Secretary Treasure)
 Maintain Chair Rotation List (see paragraph 2.1.1).
2.2.1 Administrator/Assistant Treasurer Rotation
The Administrator Treasurer and Assistant to the Administrator Treasurer shall be one year terms, in
order to maintain continuity of the position.
2.3 Education/Help Desk Administrator
Each stated meeting the floor shall be opened for a business to present a topic for discussion, and shall
be chaired by Education/Helpdesk Administrator. If more than one business is asking for assistance, it
is up to the Education/Helpdesk Administrator to choose which business shall be addressed, and if time
permits a second business can be allowed to at least state their issue. Below is a list of assigned duties
for the Education/Helpdesk Administrator:
 Chair the Help Desk Session.
 Choose business to discuss if more than one business is requesting assistance.
 If no Members are requesting assistance, it is the choice of the Education/Helpdesk
Administrator to provide an educational segment or open the floor for another member to share
an experience or finding that enhanced their business.
 Training of new members (how to prepare a presentation for the group, and the rules and
regulations of the organization)
 If Education/Helpdesk Administrator has a planned absence, a substitute member can be
appointed to chair the Help Desk, or provide the educational discussion as defined above. In the
event of an unnamed substitute, the sitting chair shall direct the Help Desk Session.
2.3.1 Education/Helpdesk Administrator Rotation:
The Education/Helpdesk Administrator shall be a one year term, in order to maintain continuity of the
position. To qualify for the Education/Helpdesk Administrator position, requires a minimum of six (6)
months membership, and whose membership is in good standing.
2.4 Presenter Scheduler
The Presenter Scheduler shall maintain a roster for Business Presentations, and special guest speakers
rotations for stated meetings (any member inviting a guest speaker, must schedule the presentation
with the Presenter Scheduler). It is up to the Presenter Scheduler to facilitate new members into the
rotation within one month of membership training completion (to be reported by the
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Education/Helpdesk Administrator). The agenda has been updated to reflect the announcement of
presenter rotations.
 Create the Presenter Rotation Schedule.
 Maintain ONLINE Presentation Schedule.
 Announce the upcoming presenters at each meeting.
2.4.1 Presenter Scheduler Rotation
The Presenter Scheduler position shall rotate at the beginning of each year (one Year Term). To
qualify for Presenter Scheduler position, requires a minimum of three (3) months membership, and
whose membership is in good standing.
3.0 Application for Membership
A prospective member must be a Business Owner or a Partner in the business being represented (i.e.
realtor or local office manager). A prospective member must be sponsored by a member (in good
standing) of the Tahoe Business Exchange organization. There is an official application, so the
prospective member shall submit application and can attach a Résumé or a business profile. Business
Classification must clearly define the category to be represented as a member (i.e. not just a Realtor).
An application shall be deemed complete when the following items have been submitted (the
Application Process is detailed in section 3.2):
 Complete the Membership Application Form (Available on website).
 Clear definition of Business Services being applied for on Application Form or attach a cover
letter with Application (see section 10.0).
 Three References (preferably business associates or clients).
 $200.00 Cash or Check (Due after membership acceptance, and before induction)
 TBX Member Biography (Use TBX Form available on website)
It shall be the responsibility of the applicant’s sponsor to check the references of the prospective
member, and should either email the results to the membership or prepare to present findings at the
first scheduled business meeting the visitor’s application is considered.
3.1 Guests
Before inviting a guest, it is mandatory for the sponsor to submit an email to the membership one (1)
week prior intended invitation. The Visitor Notification process allows members to voice concerns
about the guest (i.e. Conflict with existing member’s business, or concern about the guest by an
existing member). Any member who has a concern must email the TBX membership with concerns at
least 48 hours prior to invitation. A guest can visit the chapter up to two times within a 2 month period
before having to submit a formal letter of application. The guest must be educated by the sponsoring
member that membership applications are deliberated by the organization on the first business meeting
of the month (Note: if the for some reason the first meeting falls on a holiday, a stated meeting can
optionally be closed at meeting’s end for deliberation, or business meeting can be rescheduled to the
next meeting date).
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3.2 Tahoe Business Exchange (TBX) Application Process
Below is a summary of the procedures to be followed by a prospect who desires to present application
for membership, and the sponsoring member (defined as the member who invited the prospective
applicant or first member contacted by visitor). The application for membership shall be deliberated
the first business meeting scheduled after receiving an applicant’s intent to apply for membership. It is
the sponsor’s responsibility to educate the timeline of the application process to the prospective
member, so there is no misunderstanding why the process could take up to a month (hence the twovisitation
allowance). The sponsor shall provide a copy of the Tahoe Business Exchange (TBX)
Application Process (see Section 13.0). This page can be presented separately to any prospective
member to educate them how the application process works. Listed below are the steps to be taken by
visitor submitting application and Sponsor:
 All guests can visit up to, and including a maximum, of two times, before making a decision to
join or not (all prospects shall visit at least twice).
 The sponsoring member is responsible for following through to educate the potential member
and support them along the way.
 When a decision is made to join TBX, it is the responsibility of the prospective member to
complete an application form (provided by sponsor) and submit to sponsor including:
 A personal bio (Please use TBX-BIO Template to be provided by Sponsor)
 Business description that is detailed enough for the group to determine there is NO
conflict/overlap with other member’s exclusive categories.
 3 references, other than TBX or family members with names, businesses, and contact
numbers.
 In order for a prospective member to be considered for membership, the sponsor must receive
the above application at least 5 days prior to the next business meeting which is normally held
the first Thursday of the month.
 The sponsor will contact all references and, providing he/she is still willing to sponsor, must
e-mail the membership of the intent to present the potential member to the group at the next
business meeting.
 After action is taken on the prospective member at the business meeting, it is the sponsor’s
responsibility to communicate the resulting membership decision to their guest.
 The sponsor makes sure that the chair is ready to induct the new member at the next meeting
and goes over the general meeting protocol so the member is at ease with the requirements of
membership. At this time, the sponsor will collect the membership fee of $200 cash or check to
turn over to the Administrator Treasurer prior to induction.
 If a potential member is deemed to not be a fit for the group, the sponsor is required to thank
the guest for applying, wishing them the best in their business pursuit.
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4.0 Meeting Types
There are three different types of meetings as listed below:
 Stated TBX Meetings (Second and fourth Thursday of each month)
 TBX Business Meetings (First Thursday of Month)
 TBX Business Meetings with Guest Presenter (First of Month, Quarterly)
4.1 Meeting Agendas
There are three different meeting agendas, and they are listed below:
 Business Meeting (First Thursday of Every Month)
 Business Meeting with Guest Presenter (allowed quarterly)
 Stated Meetings
4.1.1 Business to Business Open Communication Forum
Meetings begin at 8:15 AM, and businesses shall have an Open Communications Forum for ten (10)
minutes.
4.1.2 Welcome/Mission Statement (Call to Order)
Tahoe Business Exchange is dedicated to providing an open forum to enhance and grow businesses in
the Lake Tahoe Area.
4.1.3 Member and Guest Introductions
Every member shall stand and introduce their name and the business they represent. A brief mission
statement or catch phrase shall be stated after introduction. The maximum time allotted per member is
30 seconds. This is not the time to discuss business needs. If two or more representatives attend for a
single business membership, only one representative can stand and introduce the business.
4.1.4 Help Desk
4.1.5 Member Presentations (Business Meeting Excluded)
Scheduled presenter has a fifteen (15) minute time limit to present their business. After the
presentation, there is a five (5) minute Question & Answer segment for a total of twenty (20) minutes.
4.1.5.1 TBX Stated Meetings (Second and Fourth Thursday of the month)
8:15-8:25 Business to Business Communication (General Networking)
8:25-8:30 Welcome/Mission Statement
Tahoe Business Exchange is dedicated to providing an open forum to enhance and grow businesses in
the Lake Tahoe Area.
8:30-8:45 Member and Guest Introductions (15-30 seconds each)
8:45-9:00 Help Desk/Education (Specific Business Needs)
9:00-9:15 Business Profile Presentation
9:15-9:20 Presentation Q&A
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9:20-9:25 Report by Presenter Scheduler
9:25-9:35 Leads, Needs & Testimonials (30-60 seconds or Chair Discretion)
9:35-9:45 Announcements
4.1.5.2 TBX Business Meetings (First Thursday of Month)
8:15-8:25 Business to Business Communication (General Networking)
8:25-8:45 TBX Old Business Discussion (Review Previous month’s minutes)
8:45-9:10 General TBX New Business Discussion, New Membership etc.
9:10-9:15 Presenter/Treasurer Reports by Presenter Scheduler& Treasurer
9:15-9:30 Leads, Needs & Testimonials (30-60 seconds or Chair Discretion)
9:30-9:45 Announcements
4.1.5.3 TBX Business Meetings with Guest Presenter (First Thursday / Quarterly)
8:15-8:25 Business to Business Communication (General Networking)
8:25-8:30 Welcome/Mission Statement
8:30-8:50 Guest Presenter
8:50-9:00 Presentation Q&A (This gives Guest Presenter a maximum of 30 minutes at
chair’s discretion and Presenter is excused from meeting after presentation)
9:00-9:20 General TBX Business Discussion
9:20-9:25 Presenter/Treasurer Reports by Presenter Scheduler& Treasurer
9:25-9:40 Leads, Needs & Testimonials (30-60 seconds or Chair Discretion)
9:40-9:45 Announcements
5.0 Business Profiles Presentations
Education/profile presentations will be 15 minutes in length, plus 5 minutes for Qestions and Answers.
6.0 Attendance
Tahoe Business Exchange success is based on membership commitment, and education of sales force
for the benefit of all member businesses. Therefore it is mandatory to attend meetings in order to learn
how to refer business and how the group can assist members’ business growth. If a member cannot
attend a meeting, then an email shall be sent to the group (prior to the meeting) stating reason for
absence, or tardiness. It cannot be stressed enough how important it is to be present. Excessive
absences can create misguided leads or testimonies which can be in direct conflict with another
member. It is unfair to the membership when a member presents a referral to the wrong business or
gives testimony in direct conflict with another member. The opposite is true, when a member misses a
meeting; he/she is not educating the group in the best way to refer business. This can and will create
misguided leads disrespecting the business which should receive the lead. To avoid business conflicts,
and keep Tahoe Business Exchange thriving, the following rules shall be strictly enforced.
6.1 Excessive Unannounced Absences
The Tahoe Business Exchange attendance regulation has been adopted to accommodate issues
experienced by small businesses located in the Lake Tahoe Region. However, if a member ceases to
attend three meetings (unannounced) in a three month period, the member’s sponsor (or chair
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appointed representative if sponsor is no longer available) shall bring it to the attention of the
membership, and open the floor for a volunteer to call the member to ascertain his or her status and
determine if they wish to continue as an active member of the Tahoe Business Exchange organization.
These results are to be announced at the next Business Meeting, and membership status should be
deliberated.
6.2 Excessive Announced Absences
If a member fails to attend two meetings (previously unscheduled absence) in a given month, and has
shown no active participation, a member (in good standing), can bring the lack of attendance to the
attention of TBX membership. Notification of a member’s absence shall be brought up during a
scheduled Business Meeting, in the Membership Agenda segment. The Chair can ask for someone to
volunteer (if member’s sponsor is unavailable) to contact the member, to ascertain his or her status to
determine if they wish to continue with the Tahoe Business Exchange organization. These results are to
be announced at the next Business Meeting, and membership status should be deliberated. After
discussion, and if it has been determined there is a lacking level of commitment by the member
abusing the attendance policy, then the membership status shall be voted on by those members present.
6.3 Scheduled Leave of Absence
It is understood some members may have to be absent for an extended period. If a member is
scheduled to be absent, then membership shall be notified by sending an email to the group specifying
level of commitment (during absence), and a schedule of meetings they plan to miss. If the member
requesting extended leave holds a Leadership Position (outlined in paragraph 2.0), then member shall
stay in communication with the group using email (and phone if required), or appoint a member to
substitute their leadership role during absence and maintain membership standing as detailed in
paragraph 6.5.
6.4 Medical Leave
In the event of medical condition requiring a member to request leave of absence, the member shall
keep the group informed of the status of the leave, using the same email technique described in
paragraph 6.0, and maintain membership standing as detailed in paragraph 6.5.
6.5 Membership During Leave of Absence
To avoid forfeiture of membership during an approved “Leave of Absence” (as defined above),
business is required to keep membership dues current, during the leave. Also, any member needing a
“Leave of Absence”, must categorically state at what level they plan to receive referrals, and clearly
define any limitations as such.
6.6 Substitute Prohibition
A member who has scheduled an absence shall not send a substitute in his or her place. Only approved
business partners can attend during primary member’s absence. This business partner is subject to the
scrutiny of the TBX member application process, and must be pre-approved as a member (at time of
application). Tahoe Business Exchange works when a member actively participates and engages to
benefit all members.
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7.0 Anniversary Dates
Membership Anniversary dates is to be maintained by the Administrator Treasurer. Annual Dues are
to be kept current.
7.1 Annual Dues
The stated Annual Dues has been previously defined in section 2.2, and shall be paid in cash or check.
 Dues $150.00
7.2 Member Resignation: Dues Reimbursed Pro-Rated
In the event a member must resign the group, the remaining number of months shall be reimbursed
($12.50 Per Month) for the remaining full months to anniversary date. The member resigning must
give a two week notice of his/her intent to submit resignation.
7.3 Membership Termination: Dues Surrendered
In the event the group has found a member in violation of the stated bylaws and member has been
warned by group representative as outlined in paragraph 6.1, the terminated member will not receive
any refund of dues paid.
8.0 Rules, Regulations and Confidentiality
The group agreed as a whole that any business rules and regulations discussed within the group should
remain confidential and not disclosed outside TBX. Members who are active in other Referral based
organizations must be approved to attend as a guest by the entire TBX membership (can be announced
using TBX email address).
9.0 Code of Ethics (Membership Induction to Repeat)
The Tahoe Business Exchange Membership has adopted a standard code of ethics which is to be
repeated by any new member orally in front of the membership, as stated by the standing chair. The
standing “Code of Ethics” shall be repeated in the following manner:
 As a member of Tahoe Business Exchange, I agree to abide by the following:
1. To represent the membership in a professional manner.
2. To act on each ‘Lead’ quickly and with integrity.
3. To respect strategic business discussions when deemed confidential.
4. To maintain “High Ethical Standards” in my Business practice.
10.0 Business Service Classifications (Categories)
A membership roster containing a list of Service Classifications (defining each service a business
member represents) shall be created and maintained. This will prevent the possibility of adding a new
member that competes with a service provided by an existing member/business. If two or more
businesses hold a membership which provides similar services, there shall be a clear distinction which
services each business will represent (agreed two by those members who services could be in conflict
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and accepted by TBX). The membership shall approve and honor the list of classifications, when
seeking new members and providing leads to the existing membership.
10.1 Multi-Level Marketing Membership Regulations
Multi-Level businesses are no prohibited as members of Tahoe Business Exchange, with the
understanding that “Products Only” can be marketed. Those businesses seeking membership who plan
to grow their business by adding people under them is not allowed. When reviewing an applicant of a
Multi-Level Marketing Business, the following factors shall be used in deliberation of qualifications:
 Representatives will be examined of MLM products on a case by case basis.
 Multi-Level businesses will not be automatically excluded.
 It is not Tahoe Businesses Exchange position to discourage businesses to apply for
membership.
 Those with over-lapping products shall meet and divide the pie.
 Existing members who represent products will have the final say on how the division is
executed.
 Representatives will be told from the outset that we do not allow selling of the business
at meetings.
11.0 Business Meeting Quorum
Before any vote can take place during a scheduled business meeting, it must be attended by 66% of the
membership roster, to meet a stated quorum. During any business meeting where the membership
present is less than 80% of the roster but meets the quorum, all motions must be carried, or denied,
with a 66% majority vote (66% of members present). If this cannot be achieved, the motion shall be
tabled to the next scheduled business meeting.
12.0 Unscheduled Business During Stated Meeting
If unforeseen business exist that cannot wait for the next scheduled Business Meeting, and the time to
deal with the business is available, the existing quorum can vote to open the meeting for business (60%
rule applies). Any Guest that is present shall be excused (unless involved), so the business can be
addressed. This shall be for emergency business only, and if possible the member requesting the
unscheduled business session shall send out a ‘notification of impending business’ email to the group
48 hours in advanced, and provide finding for approval. This can happen at the beginning or the end of
a meeting, based on membership approval.
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13.0 Appendices
Tahoe Business Exchange (TBX) Application Process
 All guests can visit up to and including a maximum of three times before making
a decision to join or not (Note: a guest cannot visit the first meeting of any given
month).
 The member/sponsor is responsible for following through to educate the potential
member and support them along the way.
 When a decision is made to join TBX, it is the responsibility of the prospective
member to complete the application form to their sponsor, including:
o A personal bio (Please use Word Template provided by Sponsor)
o Business description that is detailed enough for the group to determine
there is NO conflict/overlap with other member’s exclusive categories.
Attach a cover letter if necessary to application.
o 3 references, other than TBX members with names, businesses, and contact
numbers.
o $150.00 Cash or Check (Due after membership acceptance, and before
induction)
 In order for a prospective member to be considered for membership, the sponsor
must receive the above mentioned letter/resume at least 5 days prior to the next
business meeting which is normally held the first Thursday of the month.
 The sponsor will contact all references and, providing he/she is still willing to
sponsor, must e-mail the general membership of the intent to present the potential
member to the group at the next business meeting.
 After action is taken on the prospective member at the business meeting, it is the
sponsor’s responsibility to communicate the resulting membership decision to
their guest.
 The sponsor makes sure that the chair is ready to induct the new member at the
next meeting and goes over the general meeting protocol so the member is at ease
with the requirements of membership. Prior to the meeting (or during Business
Open Forum Communication), the sponsor will collect the membership fee of
$150 in cash to turn over to the treasurer prior to induction.
 If a potential member is deemed to not be a fit for the group, the sponsor is
required to thank the guest for applying, wishing them the best in their business
pursuit.
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TBX Membership Category Listing
Category: Accounting
Name: Daren M. McDonald, CPA
Business: Tax Wisdom
Website: www.tax-wisdom.com
Services: Provide traditional income tax and payroll tax reporting services to a select clientele. CA & NV
Category: Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations
Name: Lee Weber-Koch
Business: Weber & Associates
Website: www.weberandassociates.vpweb.com
Services: Professional consultation and assistance with advertising, marketing, branding, direct mail, public
relations, community relations, copy-writing, graphic design and all social media
Category: Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations
Name: Toree Warfield
Business: A Cut Above Calendars
Websites: acutabovecalendars.com / tahoeTshirts.com
Services: Offering Beautiful Calendars featuring Lake Tahoe, and Custom Silk Screening / Embroidery
Shirts with company logos (other specialty items available for sale)
Category: Animal Care
Name: Linda Slack-Cruz
Business: Tahoe Dog Days
Website: www.tohoedogdays.com
Services: Certified Pet Instructor, First Aid & Care for your Pets.
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Category: Architect
Name: James P. Borelli, AIA
Business: James P. Borelli Architecture and Project Development
Website: www.jpborelli.com
Services: Residential and commercial architectural services, TRPA Permit processing, feasibility studies,
and site planning
Category: Automotive
Name:
Business:
Website:
Services:
Category: Coaching (Business)
Name: Jim Kaspari
Business:
Website:
Services: Business Coaching
Category: Coaching (Personal)
Name:
Business:
Website:
Services: Life Coach
Category: General Contractor: Residential and Light Commercial
Name:
Business:
Website:
Services: Remodeling, Additions and New Home Construction
Category: Financial and Wealth Management Services
Name: Shawn Noe
Business: Azimuth Financial Group Ltd.
Website: none
Services: Brokerage and portfolio management services utilizing risk management techniques to preserve
and gain wealth. Long term financial, estate, and business planning. Individual and business
retirement advice
Category: Financial and Wealth Management Services
Name: Stephanie Bosco
Business: Plumas Bank
Website: www.plumasbank.com
Services: AVP, Customer Services Officer
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Category: Financial and Wealth Management Services
Name: Brendan O’Donovan
Business: The Radford Company
Website: none
Services: Independent mortgage wholesaler
Category: Fitness
Name: Lourdes Bernal
Business: Incline Martial Arts
Website:
Services: Zumba, Tang Soo Doo
Category: Flooring and Window Design
Name: Cristlyn Rousseau
Business: Sowing Basil
Website: www.sowingbasil.com
Services: Retail sales and install of flooring and window coverings
Category: Health Services
Name:
Business:
Website:
Services:
Category: Health Services
Name: Michael S. Dooley LMT, MMP
Business: Incline Village Massage and Body Works, LLC
Website: http://inclinemassage.com
Services: Professional, affordable, quality massage and body work; Ultimate sport massage; Deep tissue,
stress buster and deep relaxation massage.
Category: Insurance Sales
Name: Staci Farnan
Business: Farnan & Associates; CIG Sierra; Pacific Insurance Center
Website: www.InsurancewithStaci.com
Services: Full insurance services protecting what’s important to families, businesses and individuals. Auto,
Homeowners, Life and Health Insurance
Category: Internet services, Video Production and technical training
Name: Robert Rappaport
Business: SierraTech, LLC.
Website: www.sierratech.org
Services: Website design, SEO, and hosting. Technical Education: Computer, Photography, iPhone
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Category: Law
Name: Jeremy L. Krenek, Esq.
Business: Incline Law Group
Website: www.inclinelaw.com
Services: Corporate Law to Personal Wealth Protection with Living Trusts.
Category: Maintenance
Name: Dave Kempler
Business: Kempler Real Estate Maintenance, INC
Website: http://www.inclinvillagehomerepair.com
Services: Licensed, bonded service to perform maintenance on real estate properties for home owners &
property representatives.
Category: Maintenance
Name: Rubi & Angel Garcia-Perez
Business: Angel’s Service At the Lake
Website: www.angelswindowcleaning.com
Services: Residential, commercial, construction window washing. Bonded and insured.
Category: Maintenance
Name: Maria Lyala
Business: Jancel’s Cleaning Services
Website:
Services: Residential and Business cleaning
Category: Photography
Name: Dayle Hoevel
Business: Picture This Photography
Website:
Services: Family portraiture (maternity, newborn, pets, group), Business headshots, Events, Real estate
Category: Realtor
Name: Dee Dee Clark
Business: Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate
Website: www.cbselectre.com
Services: Full service firm that specializes in high-end, luxury real estate sales and commercial investment
properties at Lake Tahoe.
Category: Restaurant & Catering
Name: Mary Hendrix
Business: La Fondue Restaurant & Bar
Website: www.lafonduetahoe.com
Services: Dining: Fondue and European Bistro cuisine, catering, private parties, luncheons/events up to 40
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Category: Residential and vacation rentals / leases
Name: Ken Viel
Business: Incline Vacation Rentals, Inc.
Website: www.inclinevacations.com
Services: Full real estate brokerage services available, specializing in the rental of residential rentals and
coordinating the marketing, maintenance and tenant complaints for individual owners of
residential real estate.
Category: Skin Care
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Business:
Website: None
Services: Facials, waxing & more
Category: Title and Escrow Services
Name: Jeanne Dunnett
Business: First Centennial Title
Website: www.firstcentential.com
Services: Advice and processing for property title and escrow needs