Attend Events is an event design, management, and hosting firm located in the Toledo Area. They promise to plan and design your corporate, nonprofit or social event with excellence.
By: Andrew Riley, Marketing Director, Brandywine Country Club
Owners: Stanley & Kathryn Chlebowski
Date Opened: 1967, re-opened May 2016
Since 1967 Brandywine Country Club has fostered a proud history and tradition of defining the essence of private club membership. During nearly 50 years of service, Brandywine Country Club has become a must-play course for golfers throughout Ohio, the Midwest and the entire country. Their commitment to their members runs deep. In fact, it extends deeper than just the excellent golf and dining. They seek to create an environment where members grow personally, professionally and socially. They also factor in family dynamics to make their facility a safe haven; a country club where members can work, play, and savor the most important parts of life.
Brandywine Country Club: making new moments into lasting memories!
Chairman: Jay Smith
CEO: Tony Stapleton
Executive Director: Jamie Smith
Creative Director: Brendan Smith
Est. in Toledo: August 22, 2015
Enterprise Screen Communications, Inc, is part of Enterprise Screen - a global video communications company focused on creating dynamic, customer-led and responsive video products that engage their client’s audiences. Their solutions bring marketing, advertising, employee communications and external communications together in one place. They currently employ two full-time staff members in the US and several that serve as part of their freelance team.
By: Jon Ottman
Inspired by a passion for history and a deep respect for the service and sacrifice of the U.S. Military, brothers John Nowakowski of Swanton and Jeff Nowakowski of Sylvania formed The Last Patrol Museum in 1991. Incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in 1995, the group’s mission is to develop a military museum and national youth training facility in Toledo. For several years, the Last Patrol has had a very close working relationship with the Commodore Perry Division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets and Navy League Cadets.
By: Kevin Carr, Silverback Supply
Owners: Dan Carr, Curt Hitchner
Established: July 2011
Number of Employees: 15
Silverback Supply is one of few Toledo based businesses in the Janitorial Supplies industry and we are proud to say we are locally owned and operated. In addition, we are not a branch from an out-of-state company, which many of our local competitors have chosen to do.
By: Paul Fudacz, Senior Attorney, Braumiller Law Group
Adrienne Braumiller is the founder of Braumiller Law Group PLLC and an innovative force in the international trade law arena. With more than 25 years of experience, she is widely recognized as a leading authority in Customs, import, export, foreign-trade zones, free trade agreements and ITAR compliance.
Paul Fudacz, who staffs the Toledo Office, joined the firm in August 2011 and at that time the firm opened its Toledo Office. Paul is a longtime resident of Toledo and had practiced International Trade Law with a local Fortune 500 company for close to 20 years before Joining with Braumiller.
WELCOME TO THE CHAMBER
Cash is King ATM Solutions provides ATM Services for businesses and special events. Their services include cash vaulting, repair/maintenance, processing, sales, and leasing. Owned by Markho since 2008, we are excited to welcome the company to the Chamber community.
Sandy and Amanda Lieto, a mother-daughter duo, started a mobile painting company in 2013. They traveled around the Toledo area to different restaurants, pubs, and in-home parties. Their permanent Wine and Canvas location on Monroe Street opened in June of last year. Wine and Canvas is a painting party with cocktails! They walk their guests step-by-step through the painting that has been selected for the evening, while guests enjoy sipping on their favorite drinks.
New Member Spotlight: Reynolds Senior Village
New Ownership: December 1, 2015
Location: 961 S Reynolds Rd. Toledo, Ohio
The Reynolds Senior Village Park was developed in 1974 and operated as a full age range park. In December of last year, Fred Treuhaft and Tony Falzone’s investment group took possession of the park and converted it to a 55+ community. Under their leadership, the park is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation to prepare for their Grand Re-Opening. Their goal is to provide a vibrant, friendly and safe community in South Toledo where older citizens can live comfortably and economically.
Three Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce Members have been included on the Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest-Growing Companies. Whitacre Logistics, The Douglas Company, and Bolt Express are all located in the Toledo Region.