Week of July 18, 2022
|Join the San Marcos Chamber on Thursday, July 28th from 5:00-7:00pm for the 8th Annual Meet Your Elected Officials event. |
This event provides a great opportunity for guests to meet and connect with elected officials, key City of San Marcos staff members, VIPs and business representatives from San Marcos and neighboring cities. The Meet Your Elected Officials event includes hors d’oeuvres and a no host bar. The event will be held at Union Cowork in beautiful North City.
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Contact Melanie Jamil at 760-744-1270 to learn about the marketing and promotion opportunities gained by sponsoring this event.
TUESDAY, JULY 19 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Join the San Marcos Chamber for a Networking Workshop that is being conducted by Chamber Members that are expert networkers.
Networking is a valuable tool of your membership. This workshop is designed to give you the tools you need to use networking as an asset to build relationships that result in new business opportunities. REGISTER
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20 8:00-9:00 AM
Enjoy coffee, great conversation, build relationships, share business tips and leads.
San Marcos Chamber Coffee Connections gives businesses the chance to expand, strengthen and build stronger business relationships in the City of San Marcos. REGISTER
THURSDAY, JULY 21 2:30 PM-6:00 PM
Join the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce in celebrating the grand opening & ribbon cutting celebration for Instant Imprints & Goin’ Postal. We are excited to have them in our community and hope you will join us for the celebration! MORE INFORMATION
WEDNESDAY, JULY 27 Noon-1:30 PM
A leader from our membership outreach committee facilitates the event in order to provide an in-depth networking opportunity for a small group. This program is open exclusively to San Marcos Chamber Members and the only cost to you is your lunch. REGISTER
THURSDAY, JULY 28 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
If follow up is a hard heavy “to do” then the Follow Up Sales Strategies Presentation is for you. You’ll learn that follow up is merely a matter of having effective habits and good systems in place. REGISTER
Alex Poyuzina, Campus Director for Pima Medical Institute joins Chamber CEO Rick Rungaitis in the latest installment of the San Marcos Business & Community podcast. LISTEN HERE
EVERY TUESDAY 3:00 – 7:00 PM
Features fresh local produce, bread and baked goods, cheese, eggs, yogurt, bone broth and scratch made soups, tamales, fresh flowers, Kombucha, prepackaged foods, delicious hot foods, artisans, crafters, and live music. MORE INFO
|The San Marcos Chamber has an opening for a part-time Office Manager/Communications position. Please use the link below for more information about this opportunity.|
|North Via Vera Cruz Traffic Control: Beginning Monday, July 18, a lane closure will be in place on Via Vera Cruz just south of San Marcos Boulevard to accommodate ongoing utility work. Access to businesses will be maintained from San Marcos Boulevard.|
Night Closure on Via Vera Cruz and San Marcos Boulevard: Continuing until July 22, the intersection of Via Vera Cruz and San Marcos Boulevard will have night utility work from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Flaggers will be present to assist drivers. Access to businesses will be maintained from San Marcos Boulevard.
The Creek Project will add the needed infrastructure to reduce long-standing flooding issues and improve traffic circulation while revitalizing and preserving the San Marcos Creek. The project will minimize flooding risks, preserve and enhance the creek habitat, and build a new park and trails. Learn more about the project on our website, www.san-marcos.net/creek.
|SDCCU is proud to once again partner with the San Diego County Office of Education to help provide back-to-school supplies for local students experiencing homelessness. During the last school year, more than 18,000 children were identified as homeless in San Diego County. Kids face many hardships. School supplies should not be one of them. This year again, in addition to the online collection, the community can also make in-store monetary donations at any Ralphs or Food 4 Less grocery store location in San Diego County. |
Help SDCCU virtually Stuff the Bus at sdccu.com/donate, a small donation can make a big difference in the life of a student in need.