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Tag Archives: Business

Print is still very relevant, maybe more so due to pandemic

The pandemic has forced many businesses to reimagine how they reach out to customers and how they deliver services and products – but even more than that, to simply communicate to customers that they are open or re-opening so that the customers can return. One business in San Bernardino that …

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SBA announces restaurant aid program

Senator Bogh secures grant money

The U.S. Small Business Administration has clarified application and eligibility requirements regarding its Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Signed into law by President Biden, the program establishes $28.6 billion to help restaurants hurt by COVID-19. The funds, meant primarily to bring back jobs, will be administered by the U.S. Small Business Administration …

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UAS Center at SBD Airport provides training and test flight site services

San Bernardino International Airport (SBD) continues to progress, expand and diversify its economic footprint in the City of San Bernardino and the Inland Empire.  In addition to the recent cargo agreements with UPS, FedEx, and Amazon Air, numerous corporate distribution facilities, and operations with the Sheriff’s Department Aviation division and …

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Tesla Coming to San Bernardino

One of the world’s most dynamic companies is coming to San Bernardino according to this Facebook post from the city’s official feed: The City wants to welcome Tesla to San Bernardino! We are thrilled to welcome Tesla to the list of Fortune 500 companies with operations located in the City …

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Newly refurbished Golden California Apartments nearly fully leased

A newly refurbished apartment complex in San Bernardino is thriving according to the company that handled the project and is managing the property. Capitalist Masters Group (CMG) who purchased the property and specializes in the rehabilitation of rental housing, reports that rentals are brisk and the apartment complex, the 44-unit …

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San Manuel virtual job fair begins Monday

businesses looking for employees

In order to accommodate the planned expansion of the of the tribal-owned and operated San Manuel Casino, Tribal officials are looking to fill approximately 2,000 jobs before the end of 2021. To meet that goal the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is holding a three-day virtual job fair March …

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SBD International Airport ready for any emergency

San Bernardino International Airport (SBD Airport) is prepared for any emergency – even an aircraft collision. Last month SBD Airport conducted a full-scale preparedness drill complete with a simulated aircraft collision with “injured passengers”. The exercise was designed to test the readiness of airport personnel, first responders, and coordinating mutual …

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San Bernardino Home Prices Finally Rebound from Great Recession

Residential housing prices in the City of San Bernardino appear to have finally recovered from the Great Recession of 2008. Sales prices for the first quarter of 2021 in San Bernardino provide evidence that homes are now selling near or above what they were valued at in 2007.  According to …

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AS BUSINESSES REOPEN A NEW THREAT EMERGES – A CRITICAL SHORTAGE OF WORKERS

A San Bernardino Institution – The Mexico Café feels the pinch The Gaitan family has been working together at the popular Mexico Café in San Bernardino since 1951.  Four generations have worked at the restaurant and many still do, including the patriarch Arthur, his daughter Sharon and her sons Arthur …

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Chronic Tacos opens San Bernardino location

Get ready San Bernardino, Chronic is coming to introduce you to #TacoLife. The California-inspired taco shop opened their fast casual location on March 1 at 806 Tippecanoe Ave. Due to ongoing concerns for employee and public safety, the restaurant is only open for take-out and delivery at this time. On …

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