Are you ready to expand and grow your business this holiday season? Growth in your business is all about attracting new customers and expanding what your existing customers are buying from you. The holiday season provides a prime opportunity for you to do both.
Neal Kelley is Registrar of Voters for Orange County, California, the fifth largest voting jurisdiction in the United States, serving more than 1.8 registered voters. Please join us to hear a presentation by Mr. Kelley reviewing the many safeguards and processes his team utilize during an election, and have your questions about the process answered directly. We encourage attendees to send their questions to email@example.com for inclusion, prior to the webinar. Questions will be accepted during the webinar as well and we will strive to answer as many questions as possible to cover a wide rang of topics.
Join us for lunch every month from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM and promote your business to fellow Chamber members and prospective members. Build bridges in your local community while generating new business leads and supporting the greatest Chamber - Dana Point!
Doheny Wood is one of the premier Woodie events of the year, presented by the largest Woodie organization in the world, Southern California Woodie Club. Doheny Wood is a wooden vehicle only event featuring nearly 150 woodies of all makes and models on display. Free to the public. Spectator parking inside Doheny State Beach is $15.
The Dana Point Civic Association and Dana Point Chamber of Commerce invite you to attend a virtual Coffee Chat meeting on Friday, October 15 at 8:30am via Zoom. Jason Check, Managing Director of Raintree Partners will provide a project update on Prado West including incoming retailers.
This free event will include any items, with the exception of hazardous waste, that cannot be picked up on regular collection days. Goodwill will also be on site to take any donations and electronic waste. There will be onsite document shredding at Dana Hills High School and document collection for shredding at Palisades Elementary School.