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Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament a Great Success!
Nights & Bites
A Pasadena Chamber Networking Event
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Thursday, May 20th with a new one added in too!
our community. This event is open to both
members & non-members of the Chamber.
RSVP Required: Pasadenachamber.org | 281-487-7871
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Team for Times Like These
3 - Message From the Chairman
The Legacy Pediatric team wants ALL families to know 4 - Welcome New Members
that we are here for you, to answer your ques�ons 5 - Diamond Partner Spotlight
about COVID-19 and provide expert care for your 6 - Platinum Partners
children with in-person and video visits! 7 - Platinum Partner & Ambassador Spotlight
8 - Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital Ad
• Newborns to Young Adults • Pediatric Dental 9 - Business Honor Roll
10 - Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament
• Annual Wellness Exams • Vaccina�ons 11 - Nights & Bites Networking Event
12 - Pasadena Loves Local Industry Spotlight
• Schools & Sports Physicals • In-person & Video Visits 13 - Membership 101
14 - Chamber Member Spotlight
• Sick Child Visits • 11 Convenient Loca�ons 15 - Member Celebrations & Perks
16 - IMPACT Pasadena
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New Pa�ents Welcome! 19 - 2021 Sponsorship Toolkit
20 - Let Us Tell Your Story
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Chairman of the Board
Qualified Properties / RISE Texas Real Estate
In 2019, I decided to take a leap of faith and The part of IMPACT that was unexpected is the
participate in a new program called “IMPACT number of connections the program has fostered
Pasadena.” I knew I needed to shake things up, in so many areas of the community. The amount
but wasn’t sure where to start. The first encounter of cooperation among many of our community
was a weekend retreat at the Houstonian with ten stakeholders right now can be traced right back
fellow participants and our coaches. We were to their direct or indirect involvement with IMPACT.
introduced to our mentors and basically jumped These ripple effects will continue for years to come.
right into the deep end. This program is like none other and I envy those
that will take the journey in 2022. I will forever be
I could never have anticipated how this grateful and changed by my time here and I look
program would change my life. It was truly a forward to meeting the next group of cohorts to
transformational change in the way I led my add to our family.
company, engaged with my associates and the
community as a whole. Those ten cohorts and I
emerged from twelve months together as a family.
We knew each other’s strengths and weaknesses
and worked together like a well-oiled machine. I
had never been a part of anything like it.
We had the opportunity to sit and talk with a variety
of corporate leaders who were candid about
their mistakes and successes alike. The Pasadena
Police and Fire Departments spent a day with us
and walked us through an actual investigation.
We learned about crisis management, both for
ourselves and for the community. Little did we
know how useful that would be in the following
My own personal torture was public speaking.
They brought in professional coaches and helped
us to develop our own style of speaking. I am still
growing in this area, but would not have had the
confidence to step up without my experiences in
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Chamber of Commerce
4334 Fairmont Pkwy.
Pasadena, TX 77504
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Josh Campos, Frost Bank Bronze Members
Milea Cosby, Pinnacle
Harmony Stained Glass 7-Eleven
Chad Jennings, Chevron Phillips Chemical Joyce Sullivan Piper Scott
Ryan Taylor, T & T Construction (281) 998-3381 (361) 800-1028
Ruben Villareal, Alleluya Broadcasting HarmonyStainedGlass.com
Board of Directors Sunshine Personnel Solutions Taco del Ocho
Maribel Rodriguez Judith de la Cruz
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LeAnne Bolton, Texas Roadhouse
Kicker Cardenas, Kicker Insures Me Agency
Josiah De La Garza, HCA Houston
Steven Foster, FACHE, CHI St. Lukes Health -
Patients Medical Center
Stacy Gillaspey, Communities In Schools
Cheri Hutcherson, Ameraflex
Dr. Tommy Hysler, Health & Safety Council
Samuel Jimenez, McDonald’s
Deborah Moseley, The Bridge Over
Margie Pena, BakerRipley
Salvador Serrano, Serrano Insurance Agency
Everett Smith, Kaneka North America
Linda Wischnewsky, Bayway Auto Group
Ex-Officio Directors Pueblos Royal Christian School
Nelson Espitia, Harris Co. Precinct 2
Pedro Garcia, Port of Houston Authority (713) 505-0261
Dr. Sandra Hughes, Texas Chiropractic College Myprcs.org
Troy McCarley, PISD The Birthday Joy Program Zion Lutheran Church
Suzette McDowell, Pasadena EDC Donna Menzies Brady Blasdel
(832) 385-4989 (281) 991-8600
Ken Phelps, Phelps Insurance
Herman Williams, Qualified Properties
Diamond Partner Spotlight
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Chairman Question of the Month
WHO IS YOUR EVERYDAY HERO?
Often, as humans, we tend to put a spotlight on celebrity figures
and label them “heroes.”
But what about the cafeteria worker at the local elementary
school who wasn’t able to stay home during the pandemic
because she was waking up early to cook and serve students
so they would have something to eat everyday? Or the local
banker who put in way more then 40 hours per week so she
could process loans to businesses who were suffering financially?
We all know someone who has recently stepped up and been a
“hero” to someone else. We want to know who your local hero
is. If you have a story to share about someone local who has
made a huge impact, please send an email to
Platinum Partner Spotlight
Farwell and Co.
“Farwell and Co. started as an online retailer of clothing and accessories with a mission: “Help the
homeless” by providing a shirt to a homeless individual in need from every $25 spent on the site – a basic
and straightforward mission. Since the company’s formation at the end of 2020 the mission has become
more articulated and organized.
In January of 2021, founder of Farwell and Co. Matt Salazar, decided to take a risk and began organizing an event
that would benefit the homeless in the Houston area to take place in the latter months of the summer. It was at
this point Vol. Summer: Festival of the Arts was created. This festival/fundraiser is set to take place July 24th at the
Pasadena Fairgrounds with 100% of its profits going towards the 501(c)(3) non-profit, The FarWell Foundation. The FarWell
Foundation will establish a much needed homeless shelter in the Pasadena area. Services such as day shelter, internet
access, showers, hot and cold meals, sleeping quarters, mental and physical health services, as well as employment
training and opportunities will be offered. The long-term goal (3-5 years) of this all coming to a head with the
establishment of a ‘Tiny Home’ community that will continue the services of the shelter and provide long-term housing
solutions to those in need.
Farwell and Co. is a small piece in the larger puzzle of solving the housing and health issues of those in need in the area.
It would be a pleasure to host you at Vol. Summer this year to not only help those experiencing homeless but to support
our local small businesses and food trucks that will be taking part in this year’s first annual event.
Follow Vol. Summer:
Website: farwellandco.com & farwellfoundation.org
Facebook: Vol. Summer #savingsummer
Instagram: Farwell & Co. (@volsummer)
Fred Floyd, Jr.
Bob’s Truck Care, Mobile Auto Pro’s
and Blue Wave Pressure Washing
My name is Fred Floyd Jr, and this is my first full year on the Ambassador Committee. I am so excited to be
an Ambassador and to help promote our incredible Chamber of Commerce throughout our community.
One of the things I love about being on this Committee are the relationships that I’m able to form with other
business leaders that are in Pasadena.
Along with my wife and parents, we own Bob’s Truck Care and Mobile Auto Pros. My grandpa started the
company in 1975, so I am the 3rd generation in the business. Bob’s Truck Care (BTC) is a full-service auto
repair shop specializing in Fleet Service in Maintenance, we strive to be the one stop shop for all your auto
repair needs. Mobile Auto Pros specializes in all areas of Automobile Technology, including diagnostics,
electrical repairs, ADAS calibrations, and much more.
At BTC and Mobile Auto Pros, we believe in giving back to our community and have made that a priority
within our businesses. One of the ways we do this is by partnering with great organizations, like the Chamber,
that are committed to leaving Pasadena better than we found it. Great days are ahead for our city and I
am excited to play a role in the future of our community.
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Thank you to the following businesses
for renewing their membership and
continuing their investment in Pasadena!
The businesses below have been
members with the Pasadena Chamber
from 10-65 years!
Let’s support these businesses as
much as possible!
Pasadena Sporting Goods
26 - 49 years 21 - 25 years
Apache Oil Co LP Ethos Energy Group Field Services LLC
BASF Harris County JP Louie A. Ditta Pct 8 Pl 2
Bayshore Dermatology Clinic Modern Plumbing Company Inc
Cernosek Wrecker/Deer Park Paint & Body Prosperity Bank
First Baptist Church of Pasadena San Augustine Apartments & Townhomes
J. Morales Inc State Farm Insurance - Liz Olivarez
Kuraray America, Inc 11 - 20 years
Whataburger Atlas Used Auto Parts
Bass & Meineke Complete Auto Care
5 - 10 years
Bay Area Rentals
American Legion Family Post 521 Baycenter Family Physician PA
Angel Animal Hospital
Deer Park Family Clinic PA
Channel Personnel Services Inc Don-Key Mexican Food Restaurant
Chick-fil-A Fairmont Parkway
Fairfield Inn & Suites Ernie’s Cafe & Catering
Fairfield Inn & Suites First Presbyterian Church
Guidry’s Cajun Kitchen La Quinta Inn & Suites - Deer Park
IWS Gas and Supply of Texas Medical Screening Clinic
Kelsey-Seybold Clinic Pasadena Community Ministries
New Wine Christian Fellowship Pasadena Eye Associates
Olive Tree Mediterranean Grill Pasadena Trailer & Truck Accessories Inc
Sandra Tapia CPA PLLC
SouthComm Publishing & Target Marketing Shell Federal Credit Union - Fairmont
The Serrano Insurance Agency
Troop Industrial The Boeing Company
First Place: Pasadena Economic Development Corp. Second Place: Certified Crane & Rigging Services
Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament
It was a great time at this year’s Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament, honoring the 2021 Industry of the Year award
recipient, Chevron Pasadena Refinery. Many thanks to our Titleist Sponsors Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital,
Pasadena Economic Development Corporation and Port Houston, along with the many other sponsors, players, and
volunteers who helped to make this SOLD OUT tournament such a success!
Our annual golf tournament is not only a major fundraiser for the Pasadena Chamber, but it is a fantastic opportunity to
come out and play golf, if you enjoy playing, but even if you don’t play golf, you can still network with other professionals in
our community by becoming a tent sponsor. Our tent sponsors get to set up shop on one of the holes that the golfers play
on, hand out promotional and marketing material, and mingle with all the golfers, sponsors and volunteers that come by!
Congratulations to our winners of the tournament! Third Place: Houston Methodist Clear Lake Hospital
First place went to the Pasadena Economic Development
Corporation, second place went to Certified Crane & Rigging
Services and third place went to Houston Methodist Clear Lake
Hospital. Closest to the Pin went to AJ Johnson and Longest
Drive went to Steve Cote.
A huge thank you to Ryan Taylor of T & T Construction on his third
year of chairing the golf tournament for the Pasadena Chamber.
His knowledge, passsion and dedication to this event help to
make it a success year after year.
We will start recruting teams and sponsors for the 2022 golf
tournament in January, so if your interested, mark your calendars
so you don’t miss out on the next one!
CLICK HERE to see pictures from the golf tournament!
Chamber Ambassadors Serving at the Tournament Ryan Taylor, golf chairman with Alix Fox
Nights & Bites
A Pasadena Chamber Networking Event
Thursday, June 3rd | 5:30 - 7:30pm
Pasadena Convention Center, 7902 Fairmont Pkwy
The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce We will celebrate & honor the
invites you to attend our complimentary Non-Profit award winner of
Nights & Bites Networking event to enjoy 2021, receiving the Jackie Welch
an evening of food, drinks, networking & Spirit of Community award:
fun with other like-minded professionals in
our community. This event is open to both
members & non-members of the Chamber.
RSVP Required: Pasadenachamber.org | 281-487-7871
The Pasadena Chamber Celebrates Its Members While Supporting Local Businesses!
As a part of the ongoing efforts to support local businesses, the Pasadena Loves Local committee is
going to be “lovin on our locals” each month in the Chambergram! This month, we are spotlighting our
companies who offer lawn and landscaping services. If the need ever arises, we ask you to #loveonlocal
and think Chamber members first! These dedicated companies care about our community, and are
respected businesses ready to get to work for you!
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Annual Pasadena Strawberry Festival Happening This Weekend!
Who is ready for some fun in the sun this weekend? If you live in or around
Pasadena, chances are you’ve heard about, and even attended the
Pasadena Strawberry Festival, and experienced the food, live music, mud
volleyball, carnival rides and more! What you may not know is that the
Strawberry Festival started at a time when Pasadena, Texas was known as the
Strawberry Capital of the South. What began as a one time celebration on
a high school football field has become one of the largest and most popular
annual events in the area, drawing over 50,000 in attendance and utilizing
the entire 106 acre Pasadena Convention Center and Municipal Fairgrounds
Not only does the festival offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activites,
attractions and entertainment, ranging from the “World’s Largest Strawberry
Shortcake”, BBQ cookoff and helicopter rides to musical entertainment,
carnival, shopping, variety of foods, it also presents thousands of dollars in
scholarships to very deserving students in our area.
The Pasadena Strawberry Festival crew is ready to welcome you this weekend,
after having to cancel the event last year due to COVID-19. Learn more and
get your tickets now at www.strawberryfest.org.
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With now two graduated cohorts of the IMPACT Pasadena Leadership
Program under our belt, here are some facts and figures on how the
program is penetrating the Pasadena community to fuel the progression to
a better future for the city in alignment with our seven key objectives.
IMPACT Pasadena will:
1. Equip and empower participants with interpersonal and leadership training skills for professional and personal growth
IMPACT 2020 leadership proved to be a great challenge and great success. The objective of the leadership component
of IMPACT was to invest in and develop the personal leadership of the participants. From the belief that leadership is first
personal before it is corporate, participants embarked on a journey to write and clarify their personal life vision statement
along with identifying and defining their personal core values. Their vision and values are the guide and filter for all
decisions and actions. Each participant also developed their own personal definition of leadership that will guide them
as they seek ways to positively impact and influence their relationships, businesses, and community.
2. Match every participant with an elite business or community mentor
Each participant went on a journey of personal reflection, assessment,
and growth through the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth curriculum
by John C. Maxwell. This component included intentional time with
their mentors, opportunities to learn leadership principles from local
and national leaders across diverse fields of work, and teaching and
training experiences from national influencers and thought leaders.
Accountability to their own growth and development was a critical
component of the process. Participants were regularly sharing
feedback with each other on what they were learning and how they
were applying what they learned within their individual spheres of
influence. Each month participants were expected to meet with their
partners to assess their growth in targeted areas and create a plan for
continued growth and learning.
3. Introduce participants to prominent and proven community leaders
One of the greatest gifts of 2020 was the living and ever-changing case study on leadership during challenge and
crisis. Participants were experiencing the impact leadership has in times of crisis daily. Through the ongoing COVID-19
pandemic, participants learned about their own strengths and areas for growth as leaders, as well as experienced and
learned first-hand the challenges of leadership from one another, their mentors and the amazing speakers throughout
the year including Pasadena community leaders in the industry, nonprofit, law enforcement, government, healthcare,
and education sectors ranging from our Pasadena Police Department and Pasadena Health Center, to BakerRipley
and PISD. We are confident in the character and commitment of the participants as they lead in their field of work and
engage in and influence our community.
4. Enhance communication skills, public speaking training
and presentation opportunities
The 2020 class has excellent speakers. From the beginning
of the year, they challenged one another to improve
their communication skills. Regular speaking opportunities
during monthly sessions gave them the opportunity to
speak publicly and both give and receive feedback. They
also gained practice with recording messages and posing
thought-provoking questions to speakers. They grew in
confidence and skill as the year progressed.
5. Educate participants on economic, social, and governmental forces that shape the community
Participants felt increased level of pride in Pasadena – its size, services, and people after the activities and encounters
that were part of the IMPACT Pasadena curriculum. Below are some examples of outcomes shared:
• Encouraged their businesses to promote the various Pasadena sites to see on social media
• Brought “Inside Industry” to high school students at Pasadena Memorial
• Experienced a “shift in personal perspective on public matters”
• Gained a network to “bounce ideas off of” when needing input and feedback
• Newfound pride in identifying as a “Pasadenian” (native or resident of Pasadena, TX)
6. Bring participants together to address real issues impacting Pasadena that will help move our community forward
Participants reported increased awareness of opportunities for innovative
collaboration to bring solutions to Pasadena’s “real world” problems. Some
• Participated in community conversations about race with area pastors,
Pasadena Police Chief, Josh Bruegger, and Pasadena Mayor Jeff Wagner
• Significantly enhanced appreciation of diversity and the importance
of having different voices in the room (not just who shows up) and “having
conversations on difficult topics with people who are caring but diverse”
• Gained knowledge on redevelopment plans in the North Side of Pasadena
& Shaw Corridor
• Some collaborative partnerships based on program experiences so far have included:
• Brought mental health services to The Bridge Over Troubled Waters and to San Jacinto College
• Distributed food from the San Jacinto College Food Market to The Bridge Over Troubled Waters
• Hosted Family Drive In Movie night for The Bridge Over Troubled Waters at San Jacinto College
• Participation in Operation “Stock the Shelves” – food drive facilitated by the Pasadena Chamber
• Participation in food distribution at BakerRipley
7. Motivate and encourage participants to engage in civic leadership roles in the community.
IMPACT Pasadena participants are engaging in civic leadership
and planning for the future.
• The 2021 Pasadena Chamber Chairman of the Board, Alix Fox,
is a graduate of the 2019 class.
• Six IMPACT Pasadena graduates are serving on the 2021–2022
Pasadena Chamber board.
• IMPACT Pasadena graduates are serving on several nonprofit
community boards across Pasadena including:
• Pasadena Economic Development Corporation
• The Bridge Over Troubled Waters
• Pasadena Health Center (2 Board members)
• BakerRipley Advisory Board
• Pasadena ISD Education Foundation
IMPACT graduates have expanded or opened new business and implemented IMPACT ideas to benefit others.
• Two opened new businesses
• One expanded business
• Three started graduate programs or earned new workforce credentials
• One accepted new position as “community pastor,” a position that developed because of IMPACT’s community
• Four incorporated leadership programs for their employees or members
• One wrote and published a book
If you are ready to make an IMPACT, and become the best leader you can be, complete an application to be a part of
the 2022 cohort of IMPACT Pasadena. Applications will open on May 20th and can be completed online at
4. Enhance communication skills, public speaking training and presentation opportunities
CLICK HERE to view our 2021 Sponsorship
Toolkit and find out all of the wonderful
Chamber events we are hosting this year
that you can be a part of and enhance
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2021 Discover Pasadena
Drop by the Pasadena
Chamber office, located at
4334 Fairmont Pkwy, to pick up
your copy of the
2021 Discover Pasadena
Resource Guide. Inside you
will find interesting articles
and a directory of our trusted
Chamber businesses and
You can also CLICK HERE to
view the online version!
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