“I want to work for a company that contributes to and is part of the community. I want something not just to invest in. I want something to believe in.” Anita Roddick
Thank you to Salon Du Soleil and La Fleur Design who both had their grand openings this month and are already contributing to the community. They believe in their community and we hope you believe in their new business ventures. Helping our new businesses helps the Crescenta Valley. La Fleur Design is a full service florist located at 3701 Ocean View Blvd Ste E, in Montrose. Salon Du Soleil is a full service beauty salon located at 2317 Honolulu Avenue Ste D in Montrose.
Thank you to the following businesses that have renewed their membership this month: Richard Liss of The Entrepreneur’s Source, which is the North America’s leading business and franchise coaching organization. They help people build rewarding careers, take control of their lives and create financial freedom. Their unique discovery and education process empowers our clients to explore alternative career options outside of the traditional job market in franchising and business ownership. Richard joined The Entrepreneur’s Source because of his desire to help people achieve their career dreams. You can reach him at 818 957 3768 or www.theesource.com/rliss.
Also a thank you to renewing member, Patrick Selway of Retirement Benefits Consulting, LLC, a group of professionals who are passionate about providing financial education, as well as providing financial services and consulting to the growing population interested in optimizing their financial futures. They believe that anyone can become financially literate as a result of their on-going educational workshops and utilizing their unique strategies and products to create well-rounded investment plans for them. You can reach them at
800.929.1722 or www.rbcadvisors.com/rbcadvisors.aspx.
Another renewing business is Don Cucos Mexican Restaurant at 214 N. Brand Blvd., in Glendale. Its founder came to California in 1957 from the “White City” of Merida located in the Yucatan Penisula, Mexico. The first Don Cuco was opened in 1969 in Toluca Lake. Soon after several locations followed throughout Southern California, including Glendale. They have world famous margaritas, frozen or on the rocks, and some of the best Mexican food this side of the border.
Thank you to these new and renewing businesses. These are companies that contribute to and are part of the community. They invest in Crescenta Valley. They believe in the Crescenta Valley.
Important Dates: January 12th: Installation Luncheon 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.