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O’side Turkey Trot to Draw Trotters from 46 States Story on Page 12


Cannabis Brings Local Control to Forefront


Grow Your Business with New Connections


Mission Marketplace: Oceanside’s Thriving Center


North County Veterans Stand Down

As we enter the final quarter of 2017, the Chamber is excited to have a strategic plan in place to carry us through 2020. Enclosed in this edition of the Best of Oceanside Business Journal, you will find the Chamber’s 2020 Strategic Plan. This plan is the result of several months of work set in motion by the Chamber’s Board of Directors and staff at our April 2017 planning retreat.



Oceanside Business Journal is published by the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce in 4 editions: Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. This newsletter is available at the Chamber office, community centers, local businesses, libraries, Sunset Market, and in PDF format on the Chamber’s website.

ABOUT THE CHAMBER 928 N. Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-1534 info@oceansidechamber.com www.OceansideChamber.com Produced and published by the staff of the Oceanside Chamber Copyright Oceanside Chamber of Commerce All Rights Reserved. Copyright 2017 Design: Scott Ashton and Tiffany Smith


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North County Veterans Stand Down


Community Events Spotlight

11 Upcoming Special Events 12 Spotlights: Turkey Trot & Fully Promoted

1. Public Policy – A key role of a Chamber of Commerce is to provide a strong voice for the local business community. We will continue to work to be the articulate, respected, effective voice of the Oceanside business community. Our Public Policy Task Force will be reviewing and expanding our policy guidelines to ensure we can take quick action on the issues impacting local business. 2. Economic Development – We will support and encourage our City’s Economic Development Department in its efforts to bring new jobs to Oceanside. Along those lines, we will maintain our strong position on keeping our industrial and commercial land from being rezoned for other uses. We will support City initiatives that will help existing businesses grow and create jobs, and will oppose unnecessary and burdensome business regulations on a city and statewide level. 3. Workforce Development – We are committed to working with our local educational institutions at all levels to ensure that our students are entering the workforce with the skills that are needed by our business community. As an example, we will continue working closely with the Oceanside Unified School District in supporting their “Oceanside Promise” that every student will graduate college and career ready. 4. Military Outreach – The Chamber is expanding its military outreach to assist Marines and Sailors who are transitioning into our local workforce. Our Military Affairs committee will be developing internship and mentorship programs that will facilitate a smooth transition from military life into the business community.

6-7 New Members

10 Renewing Members

In addition to continuing to provide a wide variety of networking events, business education and advertising opportunities, the Chamber is focusing on serving our business community in 6 areas over the next 3 years…

5. Neighborhood Business Outreach – With the City of Oceanside moving to district elections, there are new opportunities for the Chamber within the geographical boundaries of the districts. Our outreach into the various districts will range from holding networking events in the various districts to becoming more involved in the political process of continued on next page

The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce would like to thank the following Chamber Partners for their generous financial contributions to the Chamber’s program of work.





For more information about how your company can participate in the Partner Program, please contact Scott Ashton at 760-722-1534

candidate development for the City council seats in the districts. 6. Restaurant Committee/Association – Oceanside has become known as home to a wide variety of eating and drinking establishments. These businesses comprise the single largest category of businesses within the Chamber membership. We will be making a concerted effort to support the restaurant community by starting a committee that will provide marketing support, advocacy and informational resources for our local restaurants, breweries and coffee houses. We have already begun this effort by starting work on a new restaurant guide that will be out later this year. To implement the plan over the next few years, we have 6 task force groups, covering each of the 6 areas I just described. I would like to invite you, our Chamber members, to join a task force and use your knowledge and talent to support our efforts. Please feel free to call me at 760-722-1534 to discuss how you can participate. Thank you for your support of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce.

EMERGING ISSUES CANNABIS ISSUE BRINGS LOCAL CONTROL TO THE FOREFRONT As Oceanside and other municipalities grapple with how to regulate the cannabis/marijuana industry, the issue of local control versus outside influence over zoning has surfaced as a major concern. The City of Oceanside’s Medical Marijuana Ad Hoc Committee has been working for several months to determine how our City will handle zoning and other important considerations related to this topic. The Committee, led by Deputy Mayor Chuck Lowery and Councilmember Jerry Kern, has provided an opportunity for community members and city leaders to have an ongoing dialogue on the important issues surrounding cannabis. This process is being threatened by an outside group, advocating a “cookie cutter” approach across multiple jurisdictions. They have brought forth a ballot initiative called the “Cannabis Activity Zoning Ordinance of Oceanside”. This initiative could potentially demand a special election, with estimated costs of more than $700,000 to us as Oceanside tax payers. More importantly, if this initiative passes, it will destroy our local process and outsiders will dictate how Oceanside must handle the zoning of marijuana related businesses. Moreover, if this imposed zoning does not

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serve the City well, it can only be overturned by yet another expensive ballot initiative. For the Chamber, this is not an issue of whether or not marijuana related businesses should be allowed in our City. There are good people on both sides of that argument. Regardless of whether the issue is marijuana or anything else, the Chamber supports local control over our land use and zoning. The process of community dialogue, with an ultimate decision by our elected City Council has served Oceanside well on other issues and should be allowed to play itself out. Why would we surrender this process to outside influences?

CHAMBER JOINS COALITION TO HELP STOP PROPOSED STATE-WIDE TAX ON WATER The Oceanside Chamber of Commerce joined a coalition in opposition to SB 623, which included language that would have established California’s first-ever statewide tax on residential and business water bills. In September, the Assembly Appropriations Committee sent it to the Assembly Rules Committee to make it a two-year bill, meaning the legislation will not be proceeding in 2017. The Chamber will continue to monitor this bill moving forward.

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Upcoming Mixers & Events Board of Directors:

Debra Allen Eternal Hills Memorial Park, Mortuary and Crematory, FD-234 Charlie Anderson Privateer Coal Fire Pizza Bill Birnie, Vice Chair Pacific Marine Credit Union Marva Bledsoe, Secretary/Treasurer Women’s Resource Center Leslee Gaul Visit Oceanside Conference and Visitor Bureau Julie Hiltsley Finance of America Mortgage – Julie Hiltsley Kristen Huyck MiraCosta College Lori Lawson New Line Associates Deanna Lorson City of Oceanside Robert Lustig Military Automotive Assistance Program (MAAP) Cristian Manzano Wells Fargo Bank (Rancho Del Oro) Maria Mingalone Oceanside Museum of Art Col. John Polidoro USMC United States Marine Corps Patricia Reily, Ed.D. Cal State San Marcos Jessica Shrader Tri-City Medical Center David Stewart, Chair Elect Genentech Bruce Tait Masson & Associates, Inc. Joshua W. Van Orden, Chair Oceanside Therapy Group Bob Waite AFLAC – Bob Waite Kevin Witowich, Immediate Past Chair BBVA Compass Investments – Kevin Witowich Adaline M. Woodard San Diego Gas & Electri c Rick Wright MainStreet Oceanside

October 17:

Get Found on Google Search and Maps 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

October 19:

Mixer at Goat Hill Park 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, 2323 Goat Hill Drive, Oceanside

October 20:

Online Reputation Workshop: Today’s Word-of-Mouth 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

October 26:

Instagram – Growing your Brand Online Series 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

November 21:

Get Found on Google Search and Maps 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

November 29:

YouTube – Growing your Brand 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

December 7:

Holiday Mixer at QLN Conference Center 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, QLN, 1938 Avenida Del Oro, Oceanside

December 19:

Get Found on Google Search and Maps 9:00 am – 10:30 am, Oceanside Chamber of Commerce, 928 North Coast Highway

Attend a Committee Meeting Membership First Wednesday of every month – 8:00 am November 1, December 6, January 3 Emerging Issues First Thursday of every month – 8:00 am November 2, December 7, January 4 Military Affairs Second Thursday of every month – 7:30 am November 9, December 14, January 11


Latino Business

Fourth Wednesday of every month – 8:00 am November 22, January 24

Chief Executive Officer

Please note: Holidays may impact this schedule

Scott Ashton Pam Rumer

VP of Business Development Kristi Hawthorne Director of Events and Military Outreach


Emerald Lowe


Tracy Chin


Membership Services Coordinator Finance and HR Administrator Quinton Harmon Membership Services Assistant Susan Monroe Customer Service Specialist Valeria Tucker Customer Service Specialist

@OsideCaChamber @OsideCaChamber @OceansideChamber

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Oceanside Chamber of Commerce 928 N. Coast Highway Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-1534 www.OceansideChamber.com Fall 2017 | www.oceansidechamber.com

Tuesday Networking Events

Join us every Tuesday of the month for different networking events. Tuesday networking events are open to members and non-members.

FIRST TUESDAY COFFEE A casual morning of coffee and treats in a roundtable networking setting. Share a business card and get your “elevator pitch” ready. Free to Chamber members. Visitors welcome with registration.

Chamber conference room • 928 N. Coast Highway 8:00am to 9:00am November 7, December 5, January 2

SECOND TUESDAY CAFECITO Enjoy sweet bread and coffee while learning about the Latino business community.

San Luis Rey Bakery • 490 N. El Camino Real • 8:30 am to 10:00am November 14, December 12, January 9

THIRD TUESDAY COFFEE Experience a different type of networking, “Speed Networking”. Great way to make guaranteed connections. Everyone is paired up for five minutes for a “One-on-One” and then move to the next seat. Come out of the event with several solid connections! Free to Chamber members. Visitors welcome with registration.

Chamber conference room • 928 N. Coast Highway 8:00am to 9:00am November 31, December 19, January 16 For more information about these events and learn how to become a Oceanside Chamber member, contact Emerald Lowe (760) 722-1534 x110 or email membership@OceansideChamber.com

What is Plates for 8? Plates for 8 provides a chance for 8-12 Chamber Members to meet for lunch or happy hour and learn more about each other’s business. A Chamber representative facilitates the event to provide an in-depth networking opportunity. This is an industry specific networking event so RSVP’s are necessary. The only cost to attend is your meal. Please RSVP to the email provided. Friday, October 8th 11:30am - 1pm Masters Kitchen Emerald@OceansideChamber.com

Thursday, November 9th 11:30am - 1pm Harney Sushi Scott@OceansideChamber.com

Friday, December 8th 11:30am - 1pm Dominic’s Emerald@OceansideChamber.com

Wednesday, October 18th 11:30am - 1pm Felix’s BBQ Kristi@OceansideChamber.com

Tuesday, November 16th 11:30am - 1pm Oceanside Broiler Tracy@OceansideChamber.com

For locations and more info: www.Platesfor8.com

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The Mission Marketplace Shopping Center at State Route 76 and College Boulevard is riding the wave of change. Despite economic challenges and current trends, it has a new tenant that is creating a lot of buzz and excitement. With a Target store opening in early November of this year, the future is bright for this retail center. The new Target location will encompass 89,000 square feet, employ 100 people, and feature a Starbucks. John Hickman, Managing Director of NewMark Merrill, says that the center’s tenant mix is as good as it’s ever been. The management company is adept at anticipating change and quick to transition. He notes that the surrounding area has continued to grow and mature and that working with the City of Oceanside has been a positive, pro-business experience. Built in 1990, Mission Marketplace has survived economic woes, market fluctuations and loss of anchor stores, landing on its feet with each change and managing to stay relevant. Omega Bikes and Victoria’s Mexican Food are two of the first independent retailers that have survived and thrived. The arrival of Sprouts Farmers Market brought increased interest and attracts consumers from as far away as Fallbrook, Bonsall and even Temecula. Cynthia Gonzalez, Senior Marketing Director, is on top of social media and marketing trends. She realizes that experiences, creating goodwill and memories, along with a variety of eateries and quality retail stores are the keys to success. Among the events that Gonzalez helps to plan is Military Mondays, offering discounts to Military and their families, the “Jingle Bell Jump” (Santa and his elves parachute in); “Oceanside’s Got Talent” talent show, and a Free Kids Zone which offers crafts, activities and even Trick-or-Treating. Consumers today have many choices, and in order to get them to buy, you have to get them there and keep them coming back. Creating traditions, a sense of belonging and a welcoming atmosphere are just as important as anchor stores. Mission Marketplace has gone to great lengths to create a unique connection with tenants as well as the buying public. They help to collect data on spending trends, interview store owners every month and helps merchants with marketing. Connecting to the community with the center is key, and Gonzalez is proud to host a number of community and family events that drive consumer traffic to Mission Marketplace and that provide good value, as well as memories. 4 | Oceanside Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Business Journal

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Shop, Dine, & Play

Where You Can Afford To Get Fit!

For more information, call our management office at: (760) 630-8247 Visit Us Online: www.missionmarketplaceoceanside.com www.facebook.com/missionmarketplace


Devil Dogs BBQ

Banc of California

Don’s Country Kitchen

(760) 814-4776 www.devildogsbbqsd.com Restaurants – BBQ

(954) 740-7343 www.safestreetsusa.com/ Security 7877 Ivanhoe Ave. La Jolla, CA 92037 www.bancofcal.com Banks

(619) 405-7632

Carlsbad Wellness Chiropractic

2125 S El Camino Real, Ste. 102 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 434-9006 www.carlsbadwellness.com/ Chiropractors

Cell Cycle

Interfaith Community Services

4700 North River Rd., Ste. C Oceanside, CA 92057 (760) 721-2117 www.interfaithservices.org Community Programs

1938 S Coast Hwy Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 722-7337 www.donscountrykitchen.com Restaurants – Cafe & Contemporary Comfort Food

Kangen Hydrate Your Health

Eco Industrial Solutions

2335 Vista Way Oceanside, CA 92054 www.lafitness.com Health and Fitness

105 Copperwood Way, Ste. G Oeanside, CA 92058 (760) 994-8990 www.spill bully.com Environmental Supply

(760) 405-5329 www.kangenhydrateyourhealth.com Health and Wellness

LA Fitness

(760) 576-3188

Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC

401 N Coast Hwy, Unit #B Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 696-3066 www.cellcycle.net/ Cell Phone Repair

Edward Jones – Chad Marentette

2424 Vista Way, Ste. 325 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 439-9001 Financial Services

1230 Columbia St., Ste. 565 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 525-7005 www.bajajdefense.com Attorneys

Ceutix Labs

Excell Research

Legacy Legal

3516 Seagate Way, Ste. 130 Oceanside, CA 92056 (858) 248-6878 Biotechnology

Coast Jewelry & More 205 North Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 Jewelry

(760) 439-2274

Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

7020 Avenida Encinas Carlsbad, CA 92011 (760) 809-1474 www.camoves.com/frank.flores Real Estate Sales

Comprehensive Autism Center

3355 Mission Ave., Ste. 221 Oceanside, CA 92057 (951) 813-4034 www.cac.co/ Behavioral Health/Austism

Cynthia’s Artistic Expressions

1906 Oceanside Blvd., Ste. Q Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 421-4422 www.cynthiasartisticexpressions.com Art Gallery

Design Hair, Nails & Spa

1833 S Coast Hwy. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 721-4876 www.designhairnailsandspa.com/ Beauty Salons – Beauty Services

3998 Vista Way, Ste. 100 Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 758-2222 www.excellresearch.com Health and Wellness

Felix’s BBQ with Soul

3613 Ocean Ranch Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 439-7072 www.felixsbbq.com Restaurants – BBQ

2131 Palomar Airport Rd. Carlsbad, CA 92011 (760) 931-9923 www.legacylegal.com Legal Services

Living Better Healthcare

3156 Vista Way, Ste. 160 Oceanside, CA 92056 (714) 315-2954 www.livingbetterchiropractic.com Health and Wellness

Fully Promoted of Oceanside

Loan Depot

Grand Canyon University

Muramid Mural Museum & Art Center

4095 Oceanside Blvd., Ste. A Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 216-6888 www.fullypromoted.com/oceanside-ca Marketing 3300 W. Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85017 (619) 361-6488 www.gcu.edu/udc/julia.kimtahara Colleges and Universities

Helping Hearts, LLC PO Box 419 Oceanside, CA 92049 www.heartsca.com Consultants

(760) 216-9387

Healthcare AR Management

2003 S El Camino Real, Ste. 103 Oceanside, CA 92049 (760) 666-8371 www.TargetBilling.com Collection Agency

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1902 Wright Pl., Ste. 120 Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 707-0200 www.loandepot.com/branches/carlsbad-ca Mortgage Loans

212 E Artist Alley Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 716-9308 www.muramidmuseum.com Museums

Ocean Hills Senior Living 4500 Cannon Rd. Oceanside, CA Senior Services

(530) 949-5254

Oceanside Paddle Shack

2905 A Oceanside Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 290-4997 www.oceansidepaddleshack.com Kayak Rentals Fall 2017 | www.oceansidechamber.com

Oceanside Sports Bar

SignArt Graphix

Tony’s Sports Bar and Grill

Oside E-Rides Inc.

Syndicate Vapes


4121 Oceanside Blvd. Oceanside, CA 92056 (760) 732-1196 www.pandaexpress.com Restaurants – Chinese

Panels Comics and Coffee 713 Mission Ave. Oceanside, CA 92054 www.panelscoffee.com Coffee Houses

(760) 696-3276

Peter A Moncado Chiropractic 1602 Idaho Ave. Escondido, CA 92027 www.pmoncadodc.com Chiropractors

(858) 722-9222

Profit Laser Marketing

(760) 716-8131 www.profitlasermarketing.com Marketing

Sabai Sabai Thai Kitchen

1906 Oceanside Blvd., Ste., J Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 529-5597 www.sabaithaioside.com Restaurants – Thai

Sandra Bonds Hickey, Esq.

580 Beech Ave., Suite C Carlsbad, CA 92008 (760) 729-2327 www.sandrahickeylaw.com Attorneys

Sentir Global Inc.

Oceanside, CA 92058 (858) 848-0374 www.sentirglobalus.com

Sicilian Breeze Gelato

7940 Silverton Ave., Ste. 106 San Diego, CA 92126 (619) 607-5537 www.sicilianbreezegelato.com Food and Concessions www.oceansidechamber.com | Fall 2017

(760) 547-1336


Visions Music Academy

(858) 247-2144 www.technicalcreativity.org Web Design/Internet Services

TFC Title Loans

2170S El Camino Real, #109 Oceanside, CA 92054 (844) 242-3543 www.tfctitleloans.com/locations/ california/car-title-loans-in-oceanside-ca/ Loans

The Bar Pages

26895 Aliso Creek Rd. Aliso Viejo, CA 92054 www.thebarpages.com Marketing

1351 Rocky Point Dr. Oceanside, CA 92056 (323) 262-4191 www.trimcowhardware.com Manufacturing – Architectural Hardware

(949) 340-3511

2952 Oceanside Blvd., Ste. 2 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 453-2727 www.visionsmusicacademy.com Music Education

White Construction

2524 Gateway Rd. Carlsbad, CA 92009 (760) 931-1130 www.whiteconstructioninc.com Construction

Whole Sports

1240 Vista Colina Dr. Solana Beach, CA 92075 (760) 505-7766 www.sdbeach.org Youth Programs

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514 N Coast Hwy, Ste. F Oceanside, CA 92054 Vape Shops

274 S. Harbor Dr. Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 433-8466 www.TonysintheHarbor.com Restaurants – Sports Bar


3052 Industry St., Ste. 106 Oceanside, CA 92054 (760) 730-5034 www.osideerides.com Bicycle Shops

1930 S. Santa Fe Ave. Vista, CA 92083 (760) 940-1947 www.signartgraphix.com Vinyl Wrapping


1910 OCeanside Blvd., Ste F. Oceanside, CA 92054 (626) 589-3229 www.oceansidesportsbar.com Restaurants – Sports Bar


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“THERE SHOULD BE A STAND DOWN IN NORTH COUNTY SAN DIEGO� With credit to San Diego Stand Down Founders, Robert Van Keuren and Dr. Jon Nachison who started their stand down thirty years ago in San Diego, Tom Cowan believed that North County should follow in that proud tradition of serving veterans in our community. After spending over a year talking to people and getting like minded veterans to adopt his idea for a Stand Down in the North County Area, The North County San Diego Veterans Stand Down (NCSDVSD) was established as a 501 c 3 charity. Our first stand down was completed in January of 2017 at Green Oak Ranch in Vista. The VA Medical and Benefits teams, provided an opportunity for our veterans to receive needed services. The Green Oak ranch staff allowed our men and women to eat and sleep in a safe environment and help get their lives back together. We could not have done this event without the North County community pulling together and helping us provide food, clothing, legal services and volunteers who made our veterans feel like the community was behind them. We hope to see you at our next stand down on January 25th28th in 2018. Please visit our website at www.ncstanddown. org to learn how you can volunteer, donate or register a veteran in need. You can reach us at 866 535-2038.

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Haunted Sunset Market

Heritage Park Fall Festival

October 26  5 – 9 pm Pier View Way & Tremont St SunsetMarket.com

November 4  12 – 4 pm OceansideRec.com

Dia de los Muertos October 29  10 am – 4pm at Mission San Luis Rey mslrdiadelosmuertos.com

Oceanside Turkey Trot

November 23 • 10K & 5K walk/run • Senior Mile OsideTurkeyTrot.com

Tree Lighting

December 7  6:00pm Regal Plaza across the street from the Sunset Market SunsetMarket.com

Parade of Lights Oceanside Harbor December 9th 7 pm

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MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS Members Who Renewed During 3rd Quarter 2017 67 Years as Member The San Diego Union-Tribune

57 Years as Member Banner Boom

36-40 Years as Member Cox Communications Paradise By The Sea

31-35 Years as Member Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy, APC Oceanside Sea Lions Club Oceanside Yacht Club Southern California Beach Club

26-30 Years as Member Beach Break Café The Blue Whale Diamond Environmental Services, LLC Federal Heath Sign, LLC Joe and Mary Mottino Family YMCA P J Graphics Pacific Animal Hospital

21-25 Years as Member Canine Companions for Independence Hydranautics – A Nitto Group Company John T. Meyers MHS Family Recovery Center McLain Properties North County Health Services Old Town Trolley Tours of San Diego Real Property Management Sea Coast Exclusive Properties – Gary Nessim

16-20 Years as Member AMAZEINC Internet Solutions Automobile Club of Southern California

Beachwood Motel Robert W. Davis, C.P.A. Cream of the Crop Stater Bros. #150 Stater Bros. #151 Storage West Self Storage The Toll Roads of Orange County

11-15 Years as Member Best Western Plus Oceanside Palms California State University San Marcos Carefree Spa, Inc. McDonald’s Oceana Resales & Rentals Oceanside Beach Vacations, Inc. Oceanside College of Beauty Paradigm Special Effects Graphics Sea Star Charters & Ocean Classroom Walmart #5075

6-10 Years as Member 8-2-8 Urgent Care Burns & Schaldenbrand Children’s Physicians Medical Group Domino’s Pizza #7751 Holiday Inn Oceanside Marine – MCB Camp Pendleton Area Johnson Interiors & More Inc. Kingsman Cleaners, Alterations & Military Uniforms Maximum Mortgage & Real Estate – Christopher Rodriguez Pacific Western Bank The Paintball Park at Camp Pendleton Pryor Products The Super Dentists

1-5 Years as Member Accion San Diego Air Methods/Mercy Air Alan Crosthwaite Photography Alphagraphics North County/North County Printers & Signs

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The American Cancer Society Assistance League North Coast Burke & Domercq, LLP Bread of Life Rescue Mission Calvary Chapel Oceanside Captains Grounds Coffee Care 1st Health Plan Coldwell Banker Previews International-Marta Hall DC Design Built, Inc Dominic’s Italian Restaurant Domino’s Pizza #8548 Dragon Printing, Inc. Easy Turf, Inc. EcoWater Systems of San Diego Edward Jones – Vincent Alessi Edwards Jones – Dave Baldwin Eisendrath Team – Richard Eisendrath eStudySite Friends of Oceanside Parks Goat Hill Park Health Insurance Plan Advisors & Services LLC DBA: Health Right Insurance Industrial Prosoft Solutions Integral Communities Joe’s Furniture Las Villas de Carlsbad MakeMyVacation.com Masson & Associates, Inc. Oceanside Golf LLC Oceanside Timeshare Rentals Paradise Falls Pierview Properties Real Estate – David Albert Red & White Superette Inc. Renaissance Institute of Music SABA SEO Esther Sanchez Signs for San Diego – Frank Murch Stratford at the Harbor The Fish Oceanside T-Mobile Tough Turtle Surf Tri-City Hospital Foundation

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A N N U A L H O L I D AY M I X E R Our annual Holiday Mixer is Thursday, December 7th from 5 to 7 pm at the QLN Conference Center. This is the most popular mixer of the year with everyone attending in the holiday spirit. There are always plenty of great door and raffle prizes. Members that bring a new, unwrapped toy will receive a free raffle ticket. Toys will then be donated to the Women’s Resource Center in time for gift giving, along with the proceeds of the raffle tickets.

MEE T THE CIT Y The Oceanside Chamber will host our annual “Meet the City Event” on January 25, 2018 from 5 to 7 pm at the El Camino Country Club. This event provides members and guests the opportunity to network with local elected officials, City of Oceanside staff members and other business and community leaders. “Meet the City” is presented by Tri-City Medical Center and sponsored by AT&T, Cox Communications, Federal Heath Sign, Pacific Marine Credit Union, Scripps Health, Shopoff Realty Investments, Integral Communities, San Diego Gas & Electric and Waste Management. This event includes appetizers and a no-host bar and is open to members of the Oceanside Chamber of Commerce. The cost is $45 per person or $500 to become a sponsor.

E N L I S T E D R E CO G N I T I O N R E C E P T I O N The Enlisted Recognition Reception will be held on Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Veterans Center of North County (VANC). The Oceanside Chamber’s Military Affairs Committee created the Enlisted Recognition Program in 2001 as a way for the business community to recognize the excellence of the local enlisted personnel. This event will feature delicious hors d’oeuvres​and an evening of celebration as we recognize Marines and Sailors who have been identified by their respective commands as top performers and contributors.

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a few prizes to those in attendance. Each guest left with “swag bag” full of Fully Promoted pens, a fun coaster and more. Dan and Kim were presented with procclamations from both Assemblymember Rocky Chavez and Congressman Darrell Issa by their respective representatives. You can meet the Fully Promoted team during their hours of operation Monday through Friday from 8am to 6pm. They are also open Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. ​

PACIFIC MARINE CREDIT UNION O’SIDE TURKEY TROT TO DRAW TROTTERS FROM 46 STATES On Friday, September 15th, the Oceanside Chamber members and staff came out to Fully Promoted in support of their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Fully Promoted recently joined the Oceanside Chamber to get more involved in the community at large. Formerly known as EmbroidMe, Fully Promoted Oceanside is the latest location of the world’s largest showroom based Promotional Marketing Company. They offer a wide variety of services from print & lead services to promotional marketing materials. In other words, they are in the business of promoting other businesses. Fully Promoted is new to Oceanside, but is making many great connections through the Chamber. Owners Dan and Kim were joined by their Fully Promoted family traveling from as far as the Bay area. Community and Chamber members were able to take a tour of their showroom and watch live demonstrations of their digital embordiery machine. They were kind enough to say a few grateful words after giving out

North County’s favorite family tradition returns Thanksgiving morning, when more than 9,000 runners and walkers from 46 states convene near the Oceanside Civic Center to “move their feet before they eat” at the 12th Annual Pacific Marine Credit Union O’side Turkey Trot and kids run. The 10k and 5K run/walk will kick off at 6:55 a.m. and 8:10 a.m. respectively, finishing on The Strand just south of the Oceanside Pier. A 5K walk begins at 8:45 a.m. The family-oriented event also includes one- to ¼-mile kids runs starting at 10:30 a.m., and a 3-day expo. The Turkey Trot welcomes businesses to participate by forming teams made up of employees and their families. Studies show that companies encouraging physical fitness benefit from happier employees and overall improved work production. The activity also brings employees together in team building. For more information, to register or to volunteer, please visit www.osideturkeytrot.com or call (760) 434-5255.






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