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“Our Business is Your Business”

Welcome, Lisa Dupuy!

Some of you may already know that my position as the executive director at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce is a temporary one. For the past couple of years, I’ve enjoyed my employment with Crescenta Valley Weekly as the office manager. I left that position to put our home in La Crescenta up for sale and ready for an eventual move out of state. I was recommended for the position at the CV Chamber as the executive director and I thought it was a great opportunity; however, this position was only temporary until the chamber found a permanent director. I’ve really enjoyed my time working for the chamber but it’s time to hand over the reins. I will stay on with the CV Chamber for a while during the transition acting as the assistant for now.

I am so happy to introduce the new executive director of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce! Lisa Dupuy came to the CV Chamber a couple weeks ago after seeing the want ad in the CV Weekly. Lisa is an experienced office manager and a lovely person to get to know. A local resident of La Crescenta, Lisa has a son at CV High and a daughter at UCSB. Her husband is an art director for Disney Imagineering. Lisa is kind, usually quiet and an interesting person to know. She acquired her experience working for television as an office manager and coordinating producer for about 10 years. She also volunteers for the CV High PTA, a homeless shelter and is a part-time Pilates teacher and writer.

When asked what brought her to the chamber, she said, “I enjoy organizing and would love to be a proponent for small business. For me, it’s a natural extension of community.” Everyone at the chamber is very happy to have her on board! Come in and say hello.

Save the date! Nov. 29 is Small Business Saturday. Stop. Look. Shop Local.

How did a day become a movement? Originally launched by American Express in 2010, it encouraged people across the country to shop local and start a new holiday tradition. In 2011, the day became official. The U.S. Senate officially recognized the day. By 2012, an estimated $5.5 billion was spent on Small Business Saturday.

Here’s what you can do. If you own a small business, rally your neighborhood and promote your business on Saturday, Nov. 29 by getting the word out to your customers. Hold a special event and offer customer incentives to shop on Small Business Saturday. For those of you who do not own a local business, join the movement. Support the backbone of America and shop local on Saturday, Nov. 29!

CV Chamber of Commerce is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Give us a call at (818) 248-4957 or email info@crescentavalleychamber.org or check out our website at
www.crescentavalleychamber.org

Some of you may already know that my position as the executive director at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce is a temporary one. For the past couple of years, I’ve enjoyed my employment with Crescenta Valley Weekly as the office manager. I left that position to put our home in La Crescenta up for sale and ready for an eventual move out of state. I was recommended for the position at the CV Chamber as the executive director and I thought it was a great opportunity; however, this position was only temporary until the chamber found a permanent director. I’ve really enjoyed my time working for the chamber but it’s time to hand over the reins. I will stay on with the CV Chamber for a while during the transition acting as the assistant for now.

I am so happy to introduce the new executive director of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce! Lisa Dupuy came to the CV Chamber a couple weeks ago after seeing the want ad in the CV Weekly. Lisa is an experienced office manager and a lovely person to get to know. A local resident of La Crescenta, Lisa has a son at CV High and a daughter at UCSB. Her husband is an art director for Disney Imagineering. Lisa is kind, usually quiet and an interesting person to know. She acquired her experience working for television as an office manager and coordinating producer for about 10 years. She also volunteers for the CV High PTA, a homeless shelter and is a part-time Pilates teacher and writer.

When asked what brought her to the chamber, she said, “I enjoy organizing and would love to be a proponent for small business. For me, it’s a natural extension of community.” Everyone at the chamber is very happy to have her on board! Come in and say hello.

Save the date! Nov. 29 is Small Business Saturday. Stop. Look. Shop Local.

How did a day become a movement? Originally launched by American Express in 2010, it encouraged people across the country to shop local and start a new holiday tradition. In 2011, the day became official. The U.S. Senate officially recognized the day. By 2012, an estimated $5.5 billion was spent on Small Business Saturday.

Here’s what you can do. If you own a small business, rally your neighborhood and promote your business on Saturday, Nov. 29 by getting the word out to your customers. Hold a special event and offer customer incentives to shop on Small Business Saturday. For those of you who do not own a local business, join the movement. Support the backbone of America and shop local on Saturday, Nov. 29!

CV Chamber of Commerce is open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Give us a call at (818) 248-4957 or email info@crescentavalleychamber.org or check out our website at
www.crescentavalleychamber.org

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