Monthly Archives: November 2015

Wednesday, Chamber staff attended a State of the City address from Tecate, a long-time partner of the Chamber. The Mayor mentioned several binational accomplishments, including those achieved in partnership with the Chamber, such as the Mayor of Tecate’s first visit to the White House during September’s DC delegation trip.

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The Chamber’s recently launched San Diego Regional Chamber Young Leaders (SDYL) is driving young professional growth in the San Diego-Baja region by providing the relationships, mentoring and community awareness necessary to become an influential business leader. SDYL is made up of a diverse group of 21 to 40 year-old professionals who are emerging leaders in […]

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Stellar Solar, one of California’s leading commercial and residential solar installers since 1998 has won the prestigious UT San Diego Readers Poll again in 2015, marking the third year in a row. The award, announced August 23 by the San Diego Union Tribune, has become an annual achievement for the highly regarded solar company headquartered […]

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La Jolla Vein Care is a specialty medical clinic dedicated exclusively to the management of vein conditions such as varicose veins, spider veins and venous leg ulcers. The specialty medical center offers the latest technology in the diagnosis and treatment of varicose veins and offer duplex ultrasound scanning on-site. The staff consists of board-certified Vein […]

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United Valet Parking, Inc. has been doing business in the Southern California for over 30 years, and is also operating at more than 100 locations in and around the Los Angeles area servicing restaurants, high-end hotels, and commercial buildings. United Valet Parking, Inc. provides prompt, courteous, and professional assistance, knowing that our service is a reflection […]

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The Urban Discovery Academy, an independent K-8 charter school that promotes project-based learning, community service and Spanish language instruction, at last has a permanent home located in the very appropriate I.D.E.A. (innovation, design, education and the arts) district, an East Village neighborhood. The 36k SF facility combines the renovation of an existing class structure with […]

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San Diego Wine Company

San Diego Wine Co. is a San Diego native, family-owned and operated business since 2005. The San Diego Wine Co. is today recognized as one of San Diego’s top wine shops! With our recent summer expansion, we are now also offering highly allocated vintage wines and a fantastic lineup of craft beers, both local San […]

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The Chamber’s annual Get Fit San Diego 30-Day Challenge, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente, is returning for another round of fitness fun. The friendly fitness competition will begin January 11, 2016 – just in time to help you get a jump start on your healthy New Year’s resolutions. The Challenge is open to individuals and teams, […]

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Bank of America’s 1,300 employees in San Diego have a different take on giving back that’s more than just writing checks. It’s a holistic approach to corporate social responsibility that is critical to making people’s financial lives better. The bank grows its business responsibly through a combination of policies and practices, services, products, and employee […]

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San Diego County businesses foresee ending the year in a slower lane. This month’s Business Forecast, sponsored by Silvergate Bank, shows the mild economic “breather” first identified in July has gained downward momentum. The current BOI of only 17 is now the least optimistic in 28 months of surveys. A look at the BOI’s components […]

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