The room is a state of the virtual community
The Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce will host Community State 2021 as a newly designed virtual event from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday The keynote speaker is Carlsbad Mayor Matt Hall. Rick Baldridge, president and CEO of Viasat Inc., Steve Hendren, vice president and general manager of TaylorMade Golf Co., and Win Cramer, CEO of JLab, will also speak. Join business, civic and community leaders to discuss the state of the Carlsbad community and share ideas for planning for a successful future. Visitation is free, but registration is required at bit.ly/3fUt7T4. Guests will have the opportunity to hear local leaders about the city’s priorities and vision. Participants can accompany the conversation not only at the event, but also on social media by using the hashtag #CarlsbadSOC.
‘Hey, Bolder Expo’ invites exhibitors
First “Heureuy & amp; Bolder Expo ”is planned from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 18 at St. Elizabeth Seton, 6628 Santa Isabel. The free event from the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce will educate and raise awareness of issues that will affect us all as we age. The event will provide information about products and services that are designed to benefit life at all ages. The speaker will discuss topics from financial planning and navigating Medicare to earth safety and adult learning. The exhibition will offer information and tips about successful aging. The expo is open to health -related companies, nonprofits, senior care providers and others. To be exhibited, go to web.carlsbad.org/events/Older-Bolder-EXPO-1478/details. Sponsors are also available. Call (760) 931-8400, ext. 216, or email [email protected]
Director of the name of the children’s museum
Alex Goodman, the new recipient of the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce’s “40 Under 40” award, has served as director of philanthropy at the San Diego Children’s Museum of Invention. Goodman came to the museum from New Village Arts, where he worked for six years as managing director. His artistic background includes La Jolla Playhouse, where he spent 31/2 years as audience development manager and then corporate relations manager. He was appointed to the “40 Under 40” list as the leader of the past, and someone who has already made an impact. Goodman is also on the board of the San Diego Regional Arts and Culture Coalition, the North County Arts Network and the North County Philanthropy Council. Visit sdcdm.org.
Room to host mixer, prize now August 24th
The Escondido Chamber of Commerce holds its August Business After 5 Blends from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 24 in private at The Grand / Ritz Theater, 301 E. Grand Ave. Make new business contacts, give door gifts and enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from Bellamy’s. The event is free for members and $ 20 for non -members. The award will be given to the winner of the premiere of “Best of Escondido Eats.” For a list of winners, visit escondidochamber.org/escondido-eats-2. Register the mixer at bit.ly/3lWQrn8.
Sundowner in the district set for Wednesday
The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce is an August sundowner and at 5:30. Wednesday at Regency Fallbrook, 609 E. Elder St. There will be a no-host bar. Bring your friends and business cards. Reserve to [email protected] or call (760) 728-5845.
Sunday’s show at the Stater Bros. market.
Stater Bros. Market celebrates 85 years in Southern California with a birthday gift in store on Sunday. The store will randomly give out a $ 25 gift card every hour between 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Customers will also receive 10 percent of Stater Bros.-branded products by using its Digital Deal ID at checkout. And stores will be giving away gifts every Monday in August via Instagram. Stater Bros. operates 170 supermarkets in seven counties regionally with annual sales of more than $ 4 billion. Stater Bros. Market and Stater Bros. charity has donated more than $ 80 million in food and funds to its community since 2008. Visit staterbros.com.
ACE courses aim at fitness inclusiveness
The American Board of Exercise offers the first course on how sports experts and health coaches can build a more inclusive fitness industry. The online course, “Taking Action with ACE: Training Equity, Diversity and Involvement as a Training Professional,” will better equip sports professionals and health coaches to support diverse communities, use an inviting environment to boost client engagement and retention, and become advocates which is better for the fitness industry. The continuing education course takes three credits and is offered at $ 29.95 or free for experts who are already ACE certified. Get details and register at bit.ly/2VNFyJ7. Visit acefitness.org.
Business summit for the military Wednesday
San Diego Air & amp; The Museum Space will host the 2021 San Diego Military Summit from 8 p.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday. This free people summit, presented by the San Diego North Educational Foundation, will unite the military and business communities for a day of workshops, speakers, exhibitions and networking. Topics will include Translating Your Military Experience for Civilians; Using Social Media During the Transition; Guess What’s Next; Understand VA Benefits for You and Your Family; and What Efforts to Support Veterans and Military Partners. Register at bit.ly/3ykRDUJ. Those who cannot come can register at bit.ly/2Vged2J for an editing record of the panel discussion.
Tech Tuesday presents media speakers
The Vista Chamber of Commerce holds Tech Tuesday from noon until 1 p.m. Tuesday at The Film Hub, 170 Eucalyptus Ave. Jeff Fox of Star Fox Media will discuss how to use Inbound Marketing Strategies to grow your business. Topics will include Marketing Strategy, Branding, SEO, Email Marketing, Content Creation, Advertising and Analytics. Attendance is limited to 20 hours. The event is free, and lunch is free for those who register at bit.ly/3jFLEnm. Space Vista follows all health and safety requirements. Masks are recommended but not required. This can change. Call (760) 726-1122; email [email protected]
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