Snowie King’s Givebacks totaled $38,315 in only our first two and a quarter years of doing business (opened late July 2016). We started Snowie King to offer fun, high quality, reasonably-priced treats that would allow us to work closely with our community. Giving back 20% to every organization that partners with us has been our plan from the beginning and will continue to be the plan going forward. We have been fortunate to work with dozens and dozens of different schools, youth sports organizations, churches and non-profits so far. Please let us know if you have any events or fundraisers that we would be welcome to attend.
Snowie King is happy to be a member of Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce
Snowie King has made it a point to give 20% of all of our sales back to the community in which we do business. As a result, we were looking to join the Chambers in our community that most precisely matched our core business mission and values. Roseville Area Chamber is one of only six Chambers in the California to achieve the top “5 STARS” rating. We look forward to a long a mutually beneficial relationship with the Chamber and hope to be a strong addition to their already outstanding record of community involvement, activism and giving back.
Below is a bit more about the process of what it takes to receive the highest possible rating for the Chamber.
5 Star Accredited Chamber
“The Roseville Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that after a comprehensive self-evaluation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has awarded us with 5-star Accreditation. This prestigious award puts us among the top 1% of the chambers nationwide.
This past year, the staff, board, and volunteers of the Roseville Area Chamber spent countless hours completing the Accreditation process. Our task was to demonstrate competency in 9 core areas ranging from finance to facilities. The result of our hard work is evidenced by this impressive rating.
The accreditation process is the only national program of its kind recognizing chambers for their effective organizational procedures and community involvement. Accreditation allowed us to renew, improve, and promote sound business practices, policies and procedures.
Local chambers are rated Accredited, 3-stars, 4-stars, or 5 stars. State chambers are recognized as either Accredited State Chamber with Distinction. The final determination is made by the Accrediting Board, a committee of U.S. Chamber board members and chamber executives from across the country.”