Events

Annual Chamber Awards & Recognition

Feb 25, 2019

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This event, held in February each year, honors the achievements of Individuals, Businesses, and Non-Profits for their leadership and contributions to our region. We recognize the most influential leaders of our business community.  We also recognize our sponsors, volunteers, and members who have dedicated much time and expertise to the Sharonville Chamber and the Sharonville Business Community. 

Annual Chamber Awards & Recognition

Feb 28, 2019
3:00 pm

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This event, held in February each year, honors the achievements of Individuals, Businesses, and Non-Profits for their leadership and contributions to our region. We recognize the most influential leaders of our business community.  We also recognize our sponsors, volunteers, and members who have dedicated much time and expertise to the Sharonville Chamber and the Sharonville Business Community. 

Annual Chamber Awards & Recognition

Feb 28, 2019

This event, held in February each year, honors the achievements of Individuals, Businesses, and Non-Profits for their leadership and contributions to our region. We recognize the most influential leaders of our business community.  We also recognize our sponsors, volunteers, and members who have dedicated much time and expertise to the Sharonville Chamber and the Sharonville Business Community.

View Sponsorship Opportunities.

Congratulations to our 2018 Honorees

Community Champion Barbara Scull The Alleen Company
Rising Star Katy Huffman City of Sharonville
Best Workplace Intrust IT  
Business of the Year Great Oaks Career Campuses  
Business Person of the Year Tom Burton Princeton City School District

 

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Annual Chamber Awards & Recognition

Feb 28, 2019

This event, held in February each year, honors the achievements of Individuals, Businesses, and Non-Profits for their leadership and contributions to our region. We recognize the most influential leaders of our business community.  We also recognize our sponsors, volunteers, and members who have dedicated much time and expertise to the Sharonville Chamber and the Sharonville Business Community.

View Sponsorship Opportunities.

Congratulations to our 2018 Honorees

Community Champion Barbara Scull The Alleen Company
Rising Star Katy Huffman City of Sharonville
Best Workplace Intrust IT  
Business of the Year Great Oaks Career Campuses  
Business Person of the Year Tom Burton Princeton City School District

 

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Annual Sharonville Car Show

Apr 28, 2019

Downtown Sharonville

Car Show 2019

A tradition for over 40 years, 500 classic cars fill the streets of downtown Sharonville each year on the last Sunday in April.  This popular event draws thousands of spectators to the City of Sharonville.

Thank you to our sponsors:

Presenting Sponsor: Lebanon Ford

Supporting Sponsor: Jake Sweeney

Sustaining Sponsor: Mike Albert

Sharonville Community Sponsor: UPS

 


Join us for the 42nd Annual Sharonville Classic Car Show!

PRE-REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is open through Noon, April 15!   Paperwork and payment must be received by the Chamber by Noon, Monday, April 15. Save $10 over the cost of a day-of entry!  Register online, or print paper entry form here.  Pre-registered vehicles will have a private entrance at Walnut Street off of Main Street from 8:30 AM until 10 AM.  View Car Class list.


DAY-OF REGISTRATIONS 10 AM to 12 Noon:  $25 per entry.  No entrance for day of registration until 10 am at the Front Gate at Reading and Cornell Roads.  Cars arriving before 10 am will be directed away from the gate to avoid cars blocking through traffic. Please note, day-of registrations are not guaranteed parking in the appropriate car class.

SPECTATORS
The Car Show is open to spectators from 9 AM to 3 PM. The Awards Presentation begins at 3 PM.  Day of festivities include DJ, vendors, circus performer, food, beverages, and up to 500 classic cars!

Awards Presentation at 3 pm. Judging team decides awards based on preset criteria per car class. For safety reasons, no cars are permitted to leave until the show ends at 3 pm.

 

2019 Class Name 2019 Car Class Sponsors
Pre 1960 Industrial Sorting Services
1960-1965 Speedpro Imaging
1966-1969 Dave and Buster's
1970-1974 General Electric Credit Union
1975-1994 LaRosa's
1995 to Present Queen City Classics
Chevrolet  1955 - 1959 Racer's Choice Storage
Camaro/Firebird to 1994 Sharonville Car Wash
Corvettes to 1994 Edward Jones/Tom Myrick
Mustangs to 1994 Impact Fleet Service
Thunderbirds to 1994 Albertz & Associates
Mopar to 1994 Emery Federal Credit Union
Truck & Utility - All Years Kiesland Development Services
Hot Rods - All Years Muscle Car Restification
Foreign -  All Years CME Pipe Lining

 

Business After Hours

May 22, 2019
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Nacho Average After Hours! Brought to you by the City of Sharonville! Join us at the Community Center this month for a fun & festive networking opportunity with our Chamber Members.

Young Leaders of Northern Cincinnati

May 23, 2019
9:30 am - 10:30 am

Tom Burton, Superintendent of Princeton City Schools will share his vast leadership experience and knowledge with the group.

SharonvilleWorks! Workforce Development Forum

May 30, 2019
SharonvilleWorks

The Sharonville Chamber 2nd Annual SharonvilleWorks Forum will focus on connecting employers to potential employees through public resources and educational programs. 

Join us to hear success stories taking place right here in Sharonville.  Learn how companies have successfully partnered with local workforce programs or connected with regional schools to find, train, and retain employees.

Thursday, May 30, 2019, 8am to 12pm at the Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Rd., Sharonville, OH  45246

The four panel discussions will focus on

  • Talent Development
  • Non-Traditional Labor Pools
  • Leveraging Educational Partnerships
  • Attraction and Retention through Work Culture and Benefits.  

Panel participants include:

  • The Jurgensen Companies
  • Nehemiah Manufacturing
  • Kroger manufacturing
  • StandardAero
  • Saint Joseph Home
  • Great Oaks Career Campuses
  • Princeton City School District
  • Ohio Department of Job and Family Services - Rapid Response
  • The Southwest Ohio Region Workforce investment Board

Our Appreciation to our SharonvilleWorks Sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor, City of Sharonville Economic Development
Education Sponsor, Great Oaks Career Campuses

View SharonvilleWorks Sponsorship Opportunities for 2019

The Sharonville Chamber also supports Workforce Development through our Business Talk TV Workforce Development Series with guests sharing information on finding, training and retaining employees through public resources. 

Annual Golf Classic

Aug 19, 2019
Golf logo

 

The 25th Annual Sharonville Chamber Golf Classic will take place on August 19th at the Heritage Club in Mason.

This is always a sell out!  Register as a foursome, twosome, or individually. Limited to the first 120 registrations.

Online registration available May 15th. To print and complete a paper registration please click here.

Registration includes Lunch, 18 holes of Golf, Dinner, and Awards. 
Day-of Check in begins at 10:30 am. Lunch Provided by Blue Goose Sports Cafe.
Shotgun start at noon. 18 hole,  4 person scramble.
Special contests - closest to the pin, longest drive and more! 
Dinner and results of the Online Auction follow the conclusion of play.

For our Business Partners, we offer opportunities to promote your company:

  • View a wide variety of Event Sponsorships
  • Visibility through Donations to the Raffle Table
  • Donate prizes for our Online Auction which includes your name on the auction site
  • We are seeking Gift Cards for our “Pick a Golf Ball” prize table
  • Place promotional items in our Golfer’s Tee Gifts (gift certificates, golf balls, tees, pens, other logo items, etc.)

Not a golfer? Volunteer the day of to gain exposure and network!

Email katie@sharonvillechamber.com with questions.

 

Annual Manufacturing Forum

Oct 15, 2019

Each year we shine a spotlight on manufacturers and their expertise for our Manufacturing Forum. This event has attracted over 85 local companies to gather together and learn best practices, workforce development and other topics relevant to the industry. Recent event topics focused on innovation, workforce development, and cyber security.

View sponsorship opportunities.