Supporting Your Community . . . ‘Shop Small/Shop Local’
January was a “month for the ages” with COVID-19 vaccination confusion, election/political turbulence and the constant flow of Amazon, UPS, FedEx and USPS vehicles circling our streets. February is the month for each of us to take a deep breath, relax and concentrate on what’s really important … family, friends, those we love and care about, and supporting our incredibly resilient Crescenta Valley business community.
A short drive or stroll along Foothill Boulevard and/or Honolulu Avenue reveals a number of businesses/restaurants that are now open for your shopping and dining enjoyment. Whether it be early morning coffee, a quick bite to eat outdoors, a purchase of high-quality jewelry, professional floral arrangements, clothing for everyone in the family or even home improvement items, our local shops and businesses have it … and there’s plenty of free parking.
Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Day – is fast approaching. Looking for something special? Montrose Shopping Park’s Casa Cordoba restaurant is offering Valentine gift baskets featuring wine, chocolates, a heart shape soap or candle, even a Valentine bear, and more from Montrose merchants. For more information contact Casa Cordoba at (818) 937-4445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flowers are always a Valentine’s “hit” and two of the most creative floral arrangers anywhere may be found locally. Crescenta Valley Flowers (818-957-2631), winner of the CV Weekly’s “The Finest” the past four years, is located at 2900 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta and Divine Fleurs (818-369-7650) is located at 3924 Foothill Blvd., La Crescenta. Make sure to call and order early so you don’t miss out.
CV Chamber of Commerce Notes:
Just a note of appreciation and thanks to Keith Hobbs and USC Verdugo Hills Hospital, Chris Waldheim and J’s Maintenance and J’s Maids, Mike and Pete Smith and Bob Smith Toyota, Joe Kroening and Andy’s Transfer, Rick Dinger and CV Insurance, Vince Iuculano and YMCA of the Foothills, and numerous other business leaders in our community for their advertising and support of our CV Weekly newspaper. Our Crescenta Valley community’s strength is due to its business leadership.
February Emergency Preparedness Tip: Be prepared for all emergency scenarios, including the possible loss of power from a “planned shut off” by SCE or the City. Review and update your family emergency contact information, check all items in your home/vehicle emergency kits including the replacement of all dated batteries, and have an ample supply of fresh water and
canned/packaged food items for a minimum of three to seven days. Don’t be caught short in the next emergency situation.
CV Chamber Membership Opportunities: If you are a Chamber member we are available to help your business plan a ribbon cutting or a grand re-opening of your business and even help you organize promotional opportunities. For those of you who are not business or residential members there are numerous advantages of a CV Chamber of Commerce membership. For details simply call the CV Chamber office at (818) 248-4957 or email us at email@example.com. You may also access our Chamber website at www.crescentavalleychamber.org.
Remember our Chamber motto, “Our Business is Your Business.”
Steve Pierce, Executive Director
Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce