News from the CV Chamber of Commerce <<< Steve Pierce

Our Business is Your Business Honoring Those Who Make a Difference … On Thursday, Dec. 1 the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce will honor those individuals, businesses and organizations that have made a difference in our community in 2022. A gala evening featuring a dinner presentation of filet mignon will start at 6 p.m. at […]

News from the Montrose Verdugo City Chamber <<< Mavil Aghadjanian

Oktoberfest Celebrations Continue…   We did it! After having to postpone our 43rd Annual Montrose Oktoberfest for two years, we are thrilled to have finally hosted it again this year. While we take great delight in celebrating Oktoberfest, this is also our biggest annual fundraiser. The turnout and feedback from our community was overwhelmingly positive […]

Peter Rosenthal <<< V.I.P. Trust Deed

Uninsured Transfers This may seem like a very dry and boring subject, but I promise you that this information will save you a lot of time, worry and running around if you are intending to make a change to the ownership of real estate without going through a regular escrow. The following examples are very […]

CV CHAMBER OF COMMERCE <<< “Our Business is Your Business”

Acknowledging our Finest … It’s at this time of the year the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce selects and announces those who have made a difference in our community. It is never an easy process since we are blessed to have so many who do so much, each and every day, to improve our quality […]

The CV Chamber of Commerce <<< Steve Pierce

Remember, Honor and Respect . . . Our Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Early Rodders classic car group are proud to present a morning of remembrance on Friday, Sept. 9. At precisely 8:45 a.m., the annual 9/11 Remembrance Motorcade will leave the La Crescenta Ralphs Marketplace to “Remember, Honor, and Respect” the thousands […]

V.I.P. Trust Deed <<< Peter Rosenthal

Meet Your Banker: A Free Banking Service The next time you are in the bank, look around. The tellers’ counters are on one side (the no side) and the other side is the “friendly” side with the manager, a loan person and an investment advisor. If you are the typical customer, the teller may inform […]

The Montrose-Verdugo City Chamber of Commerce <<< Mavil Aghadjanian

The 43rd Annual Montrose Oktoberfest Returns! After having to postpone our beloved annual Montrose Oktoberfest last year, we are thrilled to announce that it is back on this year! It will be held on the first Saturday of October, Oct. 1, from noon to 10 p.m. Your favorites will all be back: live music (Past […]

Business Anniversaries Reflect Long Standing Values

By Robin GOLDSWORTHY The worldwide pandemic had many people reassess their priorities, including how they did business. Many businesses were affected by COVID-19 with some not surviving the masking, closures and limited re-openings. While many had to “pivot,” that is rethink how to meet the needs of their customers in unusual circumstances, for some owners […]

CV Chamber of Commerce <<< Steve Pierce

Up Next … CV Weekly Mixer and More Saturday, July 23 … what an evening! Whether it was getting ready for tri tip or pulled pork slider barbeque in the beautiful St. Luke’s of the Mountains Church courtyard or the prospect of winning some money playing bingo inside Sadler Hall, over 100 enthusiasts showed up […]

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