Monthly Archives: July 2018

On June 19, the Chamber hosted the second installment of the 2018 Chamber Tech Series by Deloitte. The focus was around smart cities, smart bases, and connected government. Members engaged in a lively discussion with national and local experts about how those interactive tools impact the way we plan our cities’ futures, their long-term capabilities, […]

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The Chamber hosted San Diego Representatives Susan Davis, Scott Peters, Juan Vargas, and Darrell Issa at the annual Congressional Luncheon on June 29th moderated by QUALCOMM’s Monique Rodriquez, Senior Director of Government Affairs. While offering differing views on NAFTA, immigration, healthcare, housing, and infrastructure, the Congressmembers all stressed the importance of bipartisan solutions and working […]

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On Monday July 9th the Yes! For a Better San Diego campaign submitted over 114,000 voter signatures in support of the citizen’s initiative to expand the Convention Center. The volunteer efforts from the Call to Action sent to Chamber members contributed to these efforts in the last two weeks. Jerry Sanders attended the announcement held […]

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Since 2008, Reliant Funding has been helping American business owners access the capital they need to build and grow their businesses. Over the past ten years, we’ve been privileged enough to work with over 10,000 businesses nationwide and have funded over one billion dollars. We do things differently at Reliant Funding. You won’t find the […]

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Monster Tires is quickly becoming the largest online resource for construction equipment tires, OTR (Off the Road) tires, OTT (Over The Tire) Tracks, agricultural equipment tires, rubber tracks and much more. Located in Placerville, CA, Monster Tires delivers tires and tracks from Siskiyou County to San Diego County. Monster Tires was started when a construction […]

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