Christopher Rodriguez from Maximum Real Estate Services recently became the first Oceanside Chamber member to graduate from the Public Leadership Institute (PLI) training program chartered by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The course met once a month for five months starting this past February in San Diego and on June 21, 25 members from various local Chambers received their letter of achievement for completing the program.
“Even though it was pretty intense and right to the point from the very beginning, I thought it was great and just what I needed as my foundation to get involved in local government,” Rodriguez said.
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The City of Oceanside will begin the transition to District Elections in November 2018. Five community workshops were held in 2017 to determine the district boundaries, and the Oceanside City Council approved the final map at the August 1, 2017 City Council meeting. Candidates running for City Council will now be required to reside in the district they want to represent.
Districts will be phased-in during the next two election cycles. Councilmembers in Districts 1 and 2 will be elected in November 2018. Councilmembers in Districts 3 and 4 will be elected in 2020. Find your district here: https://www.ci.oceanside.ca.us/gov/clerk/elections/districtelections.asp
On June 13th, the Oceanside Chamber held its 3rd Annual Oceanside Heroes event. The event was attended by many of Oceanside’s business and civic leaders.
The purpose of Oceanside Heroes is to recognize those individuals serving our community with honor and professionalism and to raise funds for scholarships for local students.
Representatives from the Oceanside Police Department, Oceanside Fire Department, Oceanside Lifeguards and Oceanside Unified School District were in attendance to be recognized for outstanding contributions to the well-being and advancement of our City.
Marine corps celebrates 75th anniversary of women marines aboard camp pendleton and us marines celebrate 100th anniversary of women marines in washington dc. What might you be missing this summer, that your competitors aren't?
Hopefully, it’s not your fair share of the lucrative purchase decisions and spending controlled by the 300,000+ often hard-to-reach local military and women's audiences. If it is, read on!
As detailed in this San Diego Union Tribune new story, "Camp Pendleton female Marines mark 75th anniversary," three local military organizations have teamed up with the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce to produce a military publication on Monday, August 13, 2018, a date which will additionally celebrate the 100th anniversary of the enlistment of the first woman, Opha May Johnson, into the United States Marine Corps in 1918.
Women empowering women is on the rise not only in our country but right here in North County San Diego. With over 11.6 million women-owned businesses in the United States, it is no
surprise we have groups of women business owners, in Oceanside, helping each other grow.
Since launching their businesses in the Oceanside community, this group of 6 female
entrepreneurs credits at least a portion of their success to the support and inspiration provided
by fellow female business owners.
These 6 women, Rita Lavasanipour, owner, Yummie Fountains; Kim DeGiulio, owner, Team
Souther - NRL Mortgage; Anastasia Kabitskaya, owner, Slight Edge Salon; Amanda Gerard,
owner, Kylie's Closet; Jyoie (pronounced Joey) Houston, owner, MedRev; and Marcy Browe,
owner, Marcy Browe Photography each own a different type of business with one thing in
common; they have inspired one another to take their businesses to the next level.
On Wednesday, June 13th Saint Tropez Bistro & Beyond celebrated the Grand Opening of their newest location at 524 S Coast Hwy in Oceanside. Owners & staff at the new restaurant were joined by Oceanside Mayor Peter Weiss, Councilmember Jack Feller, Miss Oceanside (Sarah Holloway), Oceanside Princesses (Shaya Love, Carmen Gagliardi, Venus Johnson, Courtney Peluso, and Bella Teta), Oceanside Chamber members & staff among other community members. Saint Tropez blends the sophistication of Europe with a relaxed California attitude and offers charming, friendly & cozy atmosphere.
Voters in the City of Oceanside will be asked in November 2018 to consider an initiative, commonly known as the SOAR Initiative, which would require public approval for any change in the zoning of land currently designated for agriculture or open space. Because most open space used for parks and recreational activities is City-owned and already requires a vote of the people for any zoning change, the Initiative primarily involves the future of the 3,340 acres of agriculturally-zoned land in the northeast part of the City known as South Morro Hills.
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You've probably heard numerous things about SEO that may have you wondering if it's worth your time and effort. While there have been rumblings about SEO's demise, it has evolved to meet the current needs of both business owners and customers. Experts at Saba SEO, a leading SEO company in Oceanside, discuss how SEO can help your business grow by boosting your visibility, credibility, and profit potential.