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  • Fall Arts Crawl, Saturday, October 21st, 5-9pm ~ SAVE THE DATE!
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    Mark your calendars for the Fall Arts Crawl, scheduled for Saturday, October 21st from 5-9pm.  With school back in session and the weather cooling down, the Fall Arts Crawl is a popular event with something for everyone!  Check back soon for details on events planned and how your business can be part of the Crawl! The quarterly Arts Crawls are Continue Reading...
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    • ShopTalk Breakfast, Tuesday September 5, 2017
      At the September ShopTalk breakfast, attendees heard an exciting presentation from Richard France with ELP Advisors on “How to Become a Bicycle Friendly Business District”. Richard and his team are collaborating with the City of South Pasadena, the Chamber of Commerce and BikeSGV on an initiative to create a Bicycle Friendly Business District in South Pasadena. Richard described what a Continue Reading...
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    • No/Low Cost Business Advising Available with the Pasadena SBDC (Small Business Development Center)
      The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) aims to assist entrepreneurs succeed with low-cost training and no-cost one-on-one advising from experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts. Strategically guiding business owners in areas such as: increased sales, obtaining loans/capital, streamline operations, utilize new technologies, expanding into new markets, and position themselves for long-term growth and prosperity, just to name a few. They are Continue Reading...
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    • Metro Gold Line South Pasadena Station Access Ramp Construction
      Construction is currently underway at the South Pasadena Metro Gold Line Station and will continue through October 2017. Metro crews will construct a concrete ADA-complaint access ramp at the Gold Line South Pasadena Station, southeast entrance, near El Centro Street.Temporary access to the station entrance will continue throughout construction. Click here for more details.  Please note: the date was pushed back Continue Reading...