Monthly Archives: October 2015

I’m pleased to report that the Vets’ Community Connections is ready to accept volunteer applications. If you remember, Vets’ Community Connections is a community-based initiative that allows San Diegans to offer their professional expertise to veterans transitioning to civilian life. More than just saying, “thank you for your service,” VCC gives us the opportunity to […]

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The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a founder and leading partner in Vets’ Community Connections , a community-based initiative designed to involve a wide variety of people and businesses to help veterans transition into civilian life. As one of three sites across the nation chosen for this pilot program, San Diego […]

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Over the past year, the Chamber team has been hard at work building a brand new website with an incredible user experience. No matter what device you are using, our redesigned and responsive interface ensures members and new users can access the content they want in the easiest way possible. Hundreds of new features have been added to the website, but we’ve listed […]

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2015 Recap The Chamber led 150 elected officials and business leaders on the annual “One Region, One Voice, Mission to Washington D.C.” September 27 – 30, 2015. During the trip, the bi-national delegation met with members of the San Diego Congressional delegation, along with other Congressional leaders and key policy makers to discuss critical issues […]

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Last month, SDG&E proposed a new pipeline to increase the safety and reliability of our region’s energy supply. The Pipeline Safety & Reliability Project – consisting of a 47-mile natural gas pipeline extending from Riverside County to Miramar – was developed to address the energy needs of San Diego County’s growing population of 3.2 million […]

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The Chamber has recently announced a new initiative, led by the Defense, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee, to encourage the increased hiring of veterans and military spouses throughout the San Diego region. Chamber members with veteran employees may submit an application to be awarded as an Honor Roll Award recipient.   To be eligible for […]

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Earlier this month, Copa Vida, East Village’s newest coffee shop, celebrated their grand opening. We look forward to meeting their award-winning baristas and learning more about their community cafe philosophy. Stay connected with Copa Vida here: Facebook Instagram Twitter

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Providing individual and small business accounting and tax services, San CPA is a San Diego based CPA Firm. The owner, Clare S. Vazin, started the firm in 2015. Clare has extensive experience in the accounting industry and has worked in both private and public accounting. She is a California CPA (License #104906) and holds a […]

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Realty Income, The Monthly Dividend Company® (NYSE “O”), is an S&P 500 company dedicated to providing shareholders with dependable monthly income. The company is structured as a REIT, and its monthly dividends are supported by the cash flow from over 4,400 real estate properties owned under long-term, net lease agreements. The properties are leased to […]

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What is child abuse? Child abuse is when a parent or caregiver, whether through action or failing to act, causes injury, death, emotional harm or risk of serious harm to a child. There are many forms of child maltreatment, including neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse, exploitation, and emotional abuse. Here are a few facts: A […]

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