3rd StreetWe are a community problem solver adding a pro-business voice for reason, cooperation and constructive change. Among other things, we serve as a civic clearinghouse, a public relations c

ounselor, a legislative representative at the local, state and national levels of government,  an information and referral bureau and a research

and promotion medium. We promote our community and its total economy and foster business-government relations to help you operate your business in the best possible environment.

Our ability to attract and retain members through innovative programs and low cost investment rates has won us national recognition from the American Chamber of Commerce Executives. This is because our members consistently realize tangible returns on their investment. Through the aggressive development of non-dues revenue, we successfully hold the line on membership investment costs while continually increasing the scope of membership programs, products and services.

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Automotive Diagnostic Center
14428 Smokey Point Blvd
Marysville, WA 98271
(360) 653-9691

Bay City Supply
1250 Iowa St
Bellingham, WA 98229
(360) 671-7400

Best Western Plus
3721 172nd St
Arlington, WA 98271
(360) 363-4321

Everett AquaSox
3802 Broadway 
Everett, WA 98201
(425) 258-3673

Honda of Marysville
15714 Smokey Point Blvd
Marysville, WA 98271
(360) 363-8600

Veteran Awards Inc.
14608 Smokey Point Blvd
Marysville, WA 98271
(360) 952-6019

Village Community Services
3210 Smokey Point Dr #200
Arlington, WA 98223
(360) 653-7752 

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University Center of North Puget Sound

The University Center of North Puget Sound is conveniently located on Everett Community College's campus and offers over 25 baccalaureate and graduate degrees. Program areas include: business, education, engineering, nursing and social sciences. The University Center offers on-campus, on-line and hybrid courses with classes scheduled afternoons, evenings and weekends. Degrees are offered by:


Western Washington University 
Central Washington University
Eastern Washington University
The Evergreen State College
Washington State University
Hope International University
Saint Martin's University 
University of Washington - Bothell








University Center of North Puget Sound

Eight Universities 

Endless Opportunities

2000 Tower Street,

Everett, WA 98201



Volunteer Opportunities

The Greater Marysville Tulalip Chamber of Commerce and Regional Visitor Center


Whether you enjoy meeting the public or working behind the scenes, we have a position that is right for you.  Become a travel ambassador, receptionist, or administrative assistant.  (Training will be provided.) 


We currently have a dedicated and fun group of volunteers and are seeking additional help either as a STANDBY volunteer to fill in when others need time off, or as a regularly scheduled volunteer to work at the visitor center on a weekly basis.  The time commitment can be minimal:  as little as one four hour shift each week; or it can be more depending on your availability.  


If you would enjoy working to promote Marysville Tulalip area businesses and provide assistance to those with questions about our businesses, this is the perfect place to start. You will suggest activities, give directions, distribute brochures and help travelers or new and potential residents to our area.   Please contact Cyd Leahy, Director of Information Services, at the Chamber (360-659-7700)   if you have questions or would like to volunteer.  You may also email her at: admin@MarysvilleTulalipChamber.com.

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Presented by Brad Worthley

A brief description of Brad's topic for the BBH!
"Conversational Charisma-Mastering
Confidence, Communication & Collaboration"
Great communication skills are a learned behavior, not something you are born with. You might have been born with the gift of gab, but do your words endear people to you, or repel them away? Learn simple tips on how to increase sales, improve customer service or have better relationships within your organization. You will be shocked at how simplistic, yet how rare, these communitcation skills are. It will change the way you do business, the way you speak to your family and the way you raise children.

Some of the topics covered will include:
  • Why most people don't listen well
  • How FEAR can inhibit communication
  • Using more dialogue and less monologue
  • Asking permission before offering advice
  • Avoid making other people wrong


April 25th, 2014 - 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM


Tulalip Resort / Casino

Canoes Cabaret Room

10200 Quil Ceda Blvd,

Tulalip, WA. 98271


This Month's Sponsor: 


Marysville School District Logo     



Call or email your registration today to save your seat!



 or call (360) 659-7700.


Members: RSVP - $23.00 if RSVP prior to event

$28.00 at the door


Non-Members: $28.00.    




If Interested, please call Mary Jane at  

(360) 659-7700

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Dignity Memorial

Leave behind the joy of your legacy,

not the expense and guesswork of your final wishes.


It's one of the most thoughtful things you can do for your family -

put together a plan for your memorial. Consider this the first step.

The professionals at Dignity Memorial make it simple,

so you can take care of life's most important details and your

family at the same time.

Your local Dignity Memorial provider is

Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home in Marysville.

804 State Ave, Marysville, WA 98270

(360) 659-3711

For more information

visit www.dignitymemorial.com.

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Snohomish County Highway and Construction Updates

SR 530 Update - We held three community meetings this past week in Darrington, Oso and Arlington, and were thankful to hear the concerns, questions and comments from citizens who have been affected by the SR 530 mudslide. Amoung the information we shared was that the highway likely will not reopen until this fall. There is still a huge amount of cleanup work to do before we can even assess the roadway.

In the meantime, we are working on some potential alternatives, including opening up the Seattle City Light maintenance road to local traffic. We're working on agreements with property owners to get this done. It's a one-lane gravel road and before we open it, we must hire a contractor to maintain the road. Pilot cars will guide drivers through the route and cars won't be allowed to stop or pull over along the road. As soon as I have more information, I'll let you know. You can also stay up-to-date on SR 530 progress by visiting our website, including a link to sign up for SR 530 email alerts.


So Far, So Good On SR 203 - We've been doing single-lane closures on SR 203 between Duvall and Carnation for about a month in preparation for our upcoming paving project from Monroe to Carnation. Currently the daily closures are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for pavement repair and I'm pleased to report that so far backups have been minimal with no real delays through the work zones. It's probably a good idea to add a few extra minutes to your trip but so far things are going well. You can stay updated on this project as well as work on the SR 9 widening project and the SR 522 widening project by checking out our Construction Update Report.


WSDOT's Super Heros - Our Incident Response Team (IRT) workers are traffic super heros, always ready to swoop into action. Their superpower? Clearing anything on state highways that stands in the way of you and where you're going. Tomorrow, I'll be on the ground in an IRT truck to live tweet from @wsdot_traffic. Follow #goIRT on Twitter from 6-10 a.m. Friday for an inside look at life as an IRT. I also wrote this blog for tips on how you can help IRT keep traffic moving!


North Cascades Highway Clearing Continues - Progress continues to be made in our effort to get the SR 20 North Cascades Highway cleared and open. We're hoping to have it ready for traffic right around the second week of May. Crews are working on both the east side and the west side of the highway and avalanche crews are on site monitoring unstable slopes. No licensed motor vehicles are allowed beyond the closure gates but hikers, bikers, and snow mobiles are. We work Monday through Thursday but we leave Friday through Sunday open for recreational use, though please be careful and check avalanche forecasts and weather reports. And also please stay clear of our equipment.

Questions, Comments, Suggestions, Favorite Easter Candy? - Send them (especially the candy) to Mike Allende at allendm@wsdot.wa.gov.


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Hilbulb Cultural Center Events

For the Month of April

· POETRY SERIES – Thursday, April 3rd, 6:00pm - 7:00pm with Ceriwyn Hanney. Open mic to follow.

· STORYTELLING – Sunday, April 6th, 1:00pm - 1:30pm with George Swanaset, Jr.

· LECTURE SERIES – Thursday, April 10th, 6:00pm - 7:00pm with Tessa Cambell discussing: Caring for Artifacts.

· WORKSHOP – Saturday, April 12th, 1:00pm - 3:00pm with Tari Topash, Demonstarting - Dreamcatchers. $10.00 fee kit to artist.

· CULTURE SERIES – Sunday, April 27th, 3:00pm - 4:00pm: Red Eagle Soaring Youth Theatre Preforming "As Long as the Rivers Run".

Hilbulb Cultural Center
6410 23rd Ave NE
Tulalip, WA 98271
(360) 716-2600
Visit their website at www.hilbulbculturalcenter.org to learn more. 

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City Council Meetings

Marysville City Hall

1049 State Ave

Marysville, WA 98270


Monday, April 28th

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Monday, May 5th
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Monday, May 12th
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM 


Contact (360) 363-8000 for further

information or any questions.

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Opportunity Expo 2014 Coming April 22nd!

The 3rd annual Opportunity Expo is coming soon! The Expo is a dynamic college and career fair to help prepare students for life after high school. The event will be held at the Tulalip Resort Orca Ballroom and Chinook rooms from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm. There are three sessions for students: 8:00 am, 9:45 am, Noon, and one session open to parents, students, staff, and community members at 1:45 pm. Marysville School District juniors will be bused to the morning sessions. The Expo is provided through a partnership between Marysville School District, Tulalip Tribes, Marysville Rotary, and the Rotary Education Foundation. Over 120 college, tech, trades, vocational, civic, and military representatives will be in attendance to help students prepare for their future and support them in their dreams and goals.

For more information call (360) 653-0800

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Cabela's Family Great Outdoors

Day Scheduled for May 3rd, 2014

Cabela's, the World's Foremost Outfitter of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, will host the popular Cabela's Family Great Outdoors Day featuring the US Sportsmen's Alliance on Saturday, May 3rd beginning at 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. All ages will enjoy free activities such as archery, free kids casting, live music by the Bobber's Daisy BB Gun Range, Smokey Bear, Bow Fishing and much more.


Beginning in 2001 with a single event held near Atlanta, Georgia, the Trailblazer Adventure Program has grown to over 700 events held in 48 different states across the country. Last year alone, with help from Cabela's parternship, the Trailblazer Adventure Program reached more than 225,000 youth and their families, making the programs total reach to over 1.5 million participants.


Along with Cabela's, the programs partners with youth serving agencies such as Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts and YMCA, to serve as an introductory program for youth and their families to experience our hunting heritage through one day events held coast to coast. Events aim to expose all types of outdoor experiences to participants, as well as introduce them to different conservation methods. The Trailblazer program is once again parterning with Cabela's to host events at store locations across the nation.


"Our Cabela’s Family Great Outdoors Day featuring The Trailblazer Adventure Program is the perfect way to get kids outside and to keep our hunting heritage alive,” said Derrick Ortiz, Tulalip Cabela’s General Manager. “The program is very successful and something Cabela’s whole-heartedly supports.” The Trailblazer Adventure Program is title sponsored by the Cabela’s Outdoor Fund.


"These funds allow us to countinue to reach hundreds of thousands of youth and families each year and also expand the program into new and different areas," said Bud Pidgeon, USSA President and CEO. "We cannot thank the Cabela's Outdoor Fund enough for their generosity."


For more information about Cabela's Family Great Outdoor Day, visit www.cabelas.com/tulalip or call (360) 474-4880. Cabela's is located at 9810 Quil Ceda Blvd, Tulalip, WA 98271. Also look for Family Great Outdoor Day at Cabela's Lacey, Union Gap and Springfield locations.

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Try PUD Energy Advisor for a

Chance to Win $200 off Your Bill



Everett, Wash. - Analyze your PUD bill with the utility's Energy Advisor for a chance to win $200 off your PUD bill. Three prizes will be awarded during the promotion, which runs through June 30, 2014. For more information, visit www.snopud.com/energyadvisor.


The free EnergyAdvisor tool was recently upgraded to integrate customer billing information for account specific data. It's an easy-to-use online analyzer that enables customers to see where they are using the most energy in their homes, and what they can do to reduce their use and save money. After answering a few quick questions about their homes, customers receive a comprehensive report with tips for no- and low-costs ways to save, as well as information about relevant PUD programs and rebates. A recent billing integration upgrade to the tool enables customers who input their account number to receive more personalized results


In addiction to the whole-home EnergyAdvisor audit, customers can access several special purpose calculators related to thermostats, lighting, televisions, appliances and holiday lighting. Appliance cost sheets provide additional information about average monthly energy costs for operating more than 100 household items.

Home reference tools also provide a collection of resources, such as a library of topic-specific articles, a "Kids' Corner," an electricity primer and a highly-visual interactive home tool.


The PUD has helped customers idenity ways to conserve energy since the early 1980s. For a range of tips and resources, call the utility's Energy Hotline at (425) 783-1700. The PUD's website, at www.snopud.com, also offers a wealth of energy-related information.




(425) 783-8444

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Brown Bag Seminar Series


We are looking for business owners or their staff who are experts in their particular industry to share their knowledge with fellow Chamber Members. We plan to offer weekly seminars for our "Brown Bag Seminar" series on a variety of topics whether it be social networking, auto repair for dummies, fitness or health related topics, advertising...the possibilities are endless! We just need YOU to share your knowledge with others. 


In return for your time and expertise, you will have an opportunity for networking and meeting potential clients for your business...what better way to gain customers than by demonstrating expertise in your field?


The Brown Bag Seminar Series are held Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm in the Chamber Conference Room.

Our Brown Bag Seminar Series is Sponsored by:


Please contact Mary Jane Harmon at (360) 659 - 7700 or email her at admin@marysvilletulalipchamber.com if you would like to facilitate a Wednesday Brown Bag in the Chamber Conference Room  from 11:30am-1:00pm or if you have ideas or topics that might be of interest to our Chamber business community. 


Marysville Tulalip Chamber

8825 34th Ave NE

Marysville, WA  98270