“The fruits of life fall into the hands of those who climb the tree and pick them.”
— Earl Tupper
“Our current economic state presents us with many opportunities – it’s all about how you choose to look at it,” states Kathy Jo Pollack on Selfgrowth.com. She says her focus has always been all about relationships – your relationship with your money, bank, employer, family, and friends.
She goes on to stress the importance of networking, and the value of forming and maintaining a strong circle of contacts. There is no better time than now to strengthen or build your network. A solid network will serve you well for years to come and will be an additional tool in your toolbox especially during these times of economic uncertainty.
These new members are building their network by becoming members of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce:
Mobile BIS is a division of BIS Computer Solutions founded in 1971. It is a software development company of mobile solutions for various vertical and horizontal markets. A division of BIS Computer Solutions, Mobile BIS develops software solutions for handheld mobile devices that increases profitability and produces significant productivity gains for companies. Drawing on its parent company’s performance for customers since 1971, Mobile BIS customizes its technical services to fit an organization’s requirements, ensuring seamless integration and optimal customer satisfaction. Since its founding in 1971, BIS Computer Solutions has been a premier supplier of computer hardware and application software to business. It’s website, www.biscomputer.com, provides detailed background on the company, its operations and customers. You can reach Mobile BIS at (818) 248-5023.
Another new member is Mobile Game Train. Their customized gaming trailer has been designed for comfort, utilizing 20 feet of plush seating, while fully experiencing the thrill of multi-player gaming. The interior hosts four flat screen TVs, the newest in gaming consoles (such as Play Station 3, X-Box 360, and Wii), and all the top video games. All this while nestled in the comfort of a climate controlled handicap accessible setting. The trailer has been developed specifically to entertain children from the age of 8 to 88.
These new members are climbing up the tree and picking their fruits of life by becoming members and building a strong circle of contacts. Any chamber member can tell you that if you are active, become involved and build relationships, the solid network you will gain will serve you well for years to come.
Important Chamber dates: Aug. 11 – Business mixer at Dilbeck Realty; Sept. 8 – Foothills Community Business Expo.
Please call our office for more details on any event. How to reach us (818) 248-4957 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.LaCrescenta.org / 3131 Foothill Blvd., Ste. D.
Julia Rabago is the executive director
of Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce.