North County Business Briefs, September 11

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CARLS BAD

The “Elevating Women” event is scheduled for September 27

The Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce invites all to “Elevating Women in North County,” a happy hour from 4-6 p.m. September 27 at the Swann School of Protocol, 3141 Tiger Run Court, Suite 102, hosted by Elaine Swann. Meet like-minded women for networking, education and fun. The Swann School of Protocol is an etiquette training institute dedicated to educating individuals, businesses, and corporations on proper conduct in day-to-day interactions with society. Tickets are $10 for chamber members, $15 for non-members. Register on bit.ly/3eyqoRH.

ESCONDIDO

Chamber Hosts “Escondido Eats” Awards

The Greater Escondido Chamber of Commerce is hosting its “Best of Escondido Eats Awards” from 5-7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Jacked Up Brewery, 800 W. Grand Ave. The event will also be the chamber’s Business After 5 Mixer and will include craft beer, pizza and networking. Free for members, $20 for guests/non-members. Register on bit.ly/3BmTDjm.

NORTH COUNTY

‘Magic and Cosmic Principles’ at lunch

The North San Diego Economic Development Council is hosting its first North County Flagship Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. September 21 at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. Michael Bronner, President of Dr. Bronner’s, will speak on “How Magic and Cosmic Principles are Transforming Business Practices”. Member tables (10 seats) are $750 and non-member tables are $1,000; individual tickets for members are $80 and individual tickets for non-members are $100. Register and buy your tickets at bit.ly/3d4fOBa. Sponsorship opportunities available; email [email protected] or call (442) 237-8330.

The room hosts the “Heroes” breakfast

The North San Diego Chamber of Commerce is hosting the “Honoring Our Region’s Heroes” Awards Breakfast at 7:30 a.m. on September 22 at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. The event honors officers, first responders, military and public safety leaders and is presented by the Bill Howe family of companies. Chiefs Association President Roxana Kennedy and District Attorney Summer Stephan will also be in attendance. Open seats are $45; table of eight is $450. Tickets include buffet breakfast and entry to Safari Park. Register on bit.ly/3TPePWg. Contact [email protected]

Women’s Success Lab presents a speaker

Mireya Pérez, founder of Brand the Interpreter, is the featured speaker for September’s Women’s Success Lab sponsored by SCORE. She will explain how she felt comfortable being an expert in serving her market niche. The virtual event runs from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Friday and costs $9.99, which includes networking and a link to the final workshop video. Register by Thursday at bit.ly/3KTPUN8. Contact [email protected]

Animation “Taste” at the shopping center

One Paseo is relaunching its “Taste of One Paseo” event for the second year from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Customers can enjoy bites and drinks from One Paseo’s roster of restaurants, including Parakeet Cafe, Sweetfin, Le Macaron, Tocaya, Shake Shack, Susie Cakes and Salt & Straw, as well as sips from the downtown resident brewery , Harland Brewing. Guests will receive a booklet and the opportunity to explore the center, stopping for a bite to eat at each participating restaurant. Tickets are $20 and are available at https://bit.ly/3qkyQGU. One Paseo is located at 3725 Paseo Place, San Diego. Visit onepaseo.com/events.

POWAY

Sponsors Wanted for October 2nd Fall Festival

The Poway Fall Festival, sponsored by the Poway Chamber of Commerce, invites sponsors to join in the event, which takes place October 2. The annual street fair is held on Midland Road and features food, music, vendors and children’s activities, drawing upwards of 10,000 visitors and 200 vendors. To become a sponsor, email communications manager Jessica Bello at [email protected] or call (858) 748-0016.

Ribbon cutting at the juice outlet

The Poway Chamber of Commerce welcomes new member Robeks Juice with a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. Saturday at 12354 Poway Road. The free public event includes family activities like face painting, balloon music and drinks. Robeks Juice is a franchise specializing in smoothies, juices, toast and bowls, and protein enrichments. Dial (858) 883-4115.

CENTER VALLEY

The chamber organizes a sunset in a local business

The Valley Center Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Sunset Blender from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at A-1 Irrigation Do It Best Hardware, 28511 Cole Grade Road. Meet local business owners, enjoy refreshments and conversation. Chamber members who bring a drawing prize will have the chance to deliver a 60-second elevator speech. Dinner $10. All welcome. Book at bit.ly/3TRBMrJ. Visit vcchamber.com.

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