The Alliance attracts new and
retains existing businesses and jobs by fostering a
business-friendly environment where the private sector can
succeed without a heavy overburden of restrictive regulations
Alliance staff and members advocate on many issues, testify before City Council
and various Commissions; send letters of support to city, county,
state and federal officials on business issues; and meet with
elected officials at every level, including travel to Washington,
D.C. on Cap-to-Cap to seek stimulus funding for shovel-ready
Just a few recent advocacy efforts within the last year include:
- Advocated for area-wide
business interests with Metro Chamber and Sacramento Business
- Held 21st Annual Awards
Luncheon to recognize outstanding accomplishments of Alliance
- Produced largest Picnic in the
Park (over 3,500 people), Power Inn’s only community festival.
- Provided a $65,000 reimbursable
loan to Sacramento County Dept. of Transportation to begin
pre-engineering work to widen South Watt Ave.
- Joined over 300 area business
leaders on Cap-to-Cap to Washington, D.C. to address key issues
with U.S. Congressmen and Senators.
Imagine the impact on your guests and customers when every front
door of the 1,100 members of the Power Inn Alliance proclaim we’re
Pushing and Pulling for a better community.
Not a member? See how to join by downloading an application
here and become an active supporter
of your local business community!
Many thanks and enjoy a happy and prosperous 2015.