Introducing the Fullerton Chamber’s New Magazine!

by Laura Perdew on October 30, 2014

Thumbnail-Comp Cover tiltThe Fullerton Chamber of Commerce is launching its quarterly print magazine, FULLERTON live work play, January 2015. The glossy, full-length magazine will replace the Chamber’s monthly newsletter and will include:

  • A comprehensive business directory of the Chamber’s 600+ members,
  • Business and advocacy news that affects how you do business in Fullerton and North Orange County,
  • Commentary by business leaders and experts in their field,
  • Information about our community that residents and visitors often seek, and
  • Enhanced advertising opportunities.

Get the most out of the business directory
As part of your active Chamber membership, your company will be listed in each issue’s business directory. Make sure your company information is accurate. Login to update your company profile before Nov. 15. (Don’t delay! Updates made after that date will be reflected in the next quarter’s magazine.)

Why advertise in the Chamber’s quarterly magazine?
FULLERTON live work play, will reach well over 10,000 businesses and residents in Fullerton and neighboring areas.

Now targeting residents as well as businesses, FULLERTON live work play has a broader editorial scope and appeal, and will reach more consumers by far.

North Orange County residents and decision makers have come to rely on the Chamber’s news and business directory as a trusted resource for information and for finding quality products and services. With so many member listings covering Fullerton and neighboring areas, dollar for dollar, advertising with the Chamber is a smart and economical way to market your business.

Take advantage of affordable advertising pricing while spots are still available. To reserve your advertising space now in this valuable business-to-business and business-to-consumer resource, call the Fullerton Chamber of Commerce at (714) 871-3100 before Nov. 15 and reach decision makers and consumers in North Orange County as early as January 2015!

 

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How the Orange County Legislative Delegation Voted

by Laura Perdew on October 30, 2014

Fullerton Chamber of Commerce works to support business friendly legislation for its members and the business community. As part of that effort, the Chamber represents the interest of business through communication with elected leaders and monitors legislative action that affects our region.

California Chamber of Commerce has released its report for the 2014-15 legislative session focusing on the California legislators’ floor votes on CalChamber priority bills.

Click here for the records of legislators in the Orange County delegation. Senator Bob Huff, who represents Fullerton, was again among those who received a 100 percent score from CalChamber.

Senator Huff consistently demonstrates his strong support for the business community by supporting measures which will result in new job and business creation.

For more information on this and other legislation affecting your business, visit CalChamber.com.

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$1.4 Billion Refinancing Improves Long-term Debt Structure for 73 Toll Road

October 30, 2014

The San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Agency today successfully refinanced $1.4 billion of its $2.2 billion in outstanding debt issued to fund construction of the 73 Toll Road.  The sale is scheduled to close in early November. “This is great news for drivers and the communities that surround the 73 Toll Road,” said Scott Schoeffel, […]

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CSUF Ranked No. 4 Nationally for Graduating Underrepresented Students

October 30, 2014

(Source: Cal State Fullerton) California State University, Fullerton ranks No. 4 in the nation for the number of bachelor’s degrees awarded to underrepresented students, according to the latest issue of Diverse Issues in Higher Education. The magazine’s annual “Top 100 Degree Producers,” published Oct. 9, contains the rankings, which are based on 2012-13 data provided […]

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Rep. Royce Hosts Asian American Business Owners’ Roundtable

October 30, 2014

U.S. Representative Ed Royce (R-Fullerton), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, on Oct. 21, convened a meeting of Asian American business owners at his office in Rowland Heights. Topics of discussion during the Asian American Business Owners’ Roundtable included the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), increasing small business lending, and construction on the 57/60 confluence: “Asian American […]

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CalChamber Fact Sheet on New Law Creating Liability for Employers Who Contract for Labor​​​

October 30, 2014

The California Chamber of Commerce today released a fact sheet on a sweeping new law that will impose liability on employers who contract for labor and services. The recently signed bill, AB 1897 (Hernández; D-West Covina; Chapter 728, Statutes of 2014), “creates new liability for employers who contract out for labor and services for the […]

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Second Mission Market Opening in Anaheim, CA

October 29, 2014

Progressive Convenience, Inc. brings its refreshing Mission Market convenience store concept to Anaheim.  The new store, its second, will open in the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC) in December 2014.  ARTIC is a brand new 67,000 square-foot facility that will provide a full range of transportation, dining, retail and entertainment options.  ARTIC is located […]

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Day of the Dead Festival and Teen Festival at the Muck

October 29, 2014

Join the Muckenthaler Cultural Center on Oct. 30 at 6 p.m. for their highly anticipated Day of the Dead Celebration and Teen Festival! They will present youth bands, teen organizations, Latino arts and crafts, alters, poetry slams, art competitions, and art workshops at this free event. Food vendors on site will support the local organizations involved […]

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Placentia-Linda Hospital Welcomes Audrey Gregory, PH.D. as New Chief Executive Officer

October 29, 2014

Audrey Gregory, RN, BSN, MSN, MHA, Ph.D., has joined the hospital’s administrative team as the new chief executive officer (CEO).  In this position, Gregory is responsible for overseeing all areas of operations at Placentia-Linda Hospital.  She reports to Jeff Koury, CEO of Tenet Healthcare’s Western Region. “Audrey is a highly knowledgeable healthcare executive with extensive […]

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Hispanic Weavings: The Romero Collection of Blankets from South America

October 29, 2014

The Muckenthaler Cultural Center will be hosting a free gallery tour of artist Frank Romero’s Hispanic blanket collection, on Nov. 6 at 7:30 p.m. Donations are welcomed. This celebrated Los Angeles artist has been collecting Hispanic blankets for thirty years. Hispanic weavings will include examples of blankets from the Rio Grande Valley, Mexico, and South […]

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