Yucaipa Valley Chamber of Commerce
35139 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, California 92399


Attend the Small/Home Based Business Breakfast November 6th!
11/6/2014 4:00:00 PM UTC - 11/6/2014 5:30:00 PM UTC
32829 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, California, 92399
The Small Business and Home Based Business Growth and Development Committee will be hosting a mini workshop at their monthly breakfast on Thursday, November 6, 8:00am-9:30am at the office of Coldwell Banker Kivett Teeters Realty, 32829 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, CA.  Gayle Crosby, home grown “Yucaipa Girl”, will share principles behind the success of several renowned business geniuses that can be practically applied to every individual from captains of industry to those captaining their own small or home based business.  Gayle worked for Walt Disney Company in Marketing for 10 years and was a highly successful and award winning Realtor in Maryland.  As a former columnist in the New York Millbrook Round Table and Baltimore’s North County News, Gayle continues to write her by monthly article “TELLING IT LIKE IT IS” in the Yucaipa News Mirror.  Now Gale brings her expertise and special brand of service back to her home town of Yucaipa.  Expect to have fun, be inspired and come away with some great new tools for success!

Reservations are appreciated by Tuesday, November 4.  This event is free for Chamber members and Non-chamber guests are welcome for a $5 fee.  A light breakfast is served and networking begins at 8:00am.  For more information or to make your reservations call 909-790-1841.
When is the last time you celebrated just the two of you?  Valentine's Week 2018 get away for a 7-night Mexican Riviera #Cruise.  The kids will be fine with Grandma & Grandpa or their favorite Aunt.  Fares start from $489 per person (does not include taxes, gratuities, or travel insurance).  ORRRRRR - you could drive to Vegas for the weekend before or after Valentine's day and just for a hotel on the strip for TWO nights plus taxes plus resort fee pay $439 (MGM 2-9 through 2-11).  Then pay for your own food and entertainment. Even the breakfast buffets are over $10 each now so on the cheap, one breakfast buffet and one dinner buffet each per day could be $100 for the weekend.  On a Friday or Saturday night IF you went to an unpopular show you could spend $50 per ticket.   You two night Valentine's weekend stay in Vegas with a modest priced show and four breakfast and dinner buffets plus your gas AND TRAFFIC could set you back $750+.   Now consider the alternative: No clocks, no tablets/smart phone, no cooking, cleaning or making the beds.  Most meals included. Take in a production show (included), variety show (included), the dance club (no cover), karaoke (included), deck parties (included), comedy club (included), piano bar sing a-longs (included), casino (the cost of your wagers), bingo (fee), plus the unique opportunity to wake up each day somewhere new and only unpack one time.  Great opportunity to reconnect, behave like you did when you first began dating, and visit Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta.    Book now and receive a $75 per cabin on board spending credit (only 15 cabins left for this special rate and promotion - no guarantee to get additional cabins at this same fare and on board credit).  Don't wait. Call Chip at 877-805-3948 or email chipper@chipsluxurytravel.com  
9/7 Good Morning Yucaipa! Business Breakfast
Please join us for our next Good Morning Yucaipa! Business Breakfast at the Yucaipa Senior Center located at 12202 First St, Yucaipa. Open to the public. Members - $15 and Non-members - $20 Catered by American Road Trip and Abide Coffee RSVP by September 5th at noon to Ellen, 909-790-1841.
8/24 - Yucaipa First! Mixer
You're invited! It's a great way to network with fellow business owners, sign up for the Yucaipa First! Shop Local program, pick up your marketing materials and enjoy appetizers. There will also be a drawing for prizes including a free Yucaipa First! annual membership and a free ad in the News Mirror. Co-hosted by the City of Yucaipa, Yucaipa Valley Chamber of Commerce and the News Mirror