Join us for our May Mixer at Community West Bank’s Santa Maria Branch Opening!

Join us and Community West Bank at our May Mixer, where we’ll be celebrating the opening of Community West Bank’s Santa Maria Branch! Enjoy food and wine, great raffle prize drawings, check out the new Santa Maria office, and mix and mingle with members of the local business community.
When: Thursday, May 18 5:00 pm – …

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PCPA offering special deal on tickets to Chamber Members!

PCPA is happy to provide a special offer to all Chamber members for this weekend’s performances of Lend Me A Tenor the Musical :
This Weekend Only 1/2 Price Tickets available to Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce Members!

Friday -Saturday – Sunday (May 5-6-7)
Use Coupon Code “Tenor50” and receive 50% off the adult ticket price.
No refund for previously …

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Chamber Welcomes New Members in April

The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce was happy to welcome these members in April:

1880 Union Hotel & Saloon
Ben Cokeley
362 Bell Street
Los Alamos , CA 93440
(805) 344-2744
www.1880union.com/
Academy Mortgage Corporation – Alex Smith
Alex Smith
994 Mill St., Ste 200
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401
(805) 594-1338
www.academymortgage.com/lo/alexsmith
BEAUTYCOUNTER
Tamara Bennett
Orcutt, CA 93455
(805) 878-3994
www.beautycounter.com/tamarabennett
Coast to Coast Medical Transportation
Nancy Crawford
Santa Maria, CA 93455
www.ctcmedicaltransportation.com
Digital …

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3 Tips to Help You Find Your Retirement Age

Though the typical U.S. worker retires at 63, a growing number of seniors are postponing retirement in an effort to grow their savings. While there’s no such thing as the perfect retirement age, there are a few milestones you should know about to help guide your decision:

Age 59 1/2 is the earliest age you can …

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70 Is the New 65: Is the Retirement Age Increasing?

Thirty percent of U.S. workers ages 60 and older don’t plan to retire until age 70 or older, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey. Another 20 percent don’t know if they will ever be able to retire.
Financial reasons typically are the top reason workers are postponing retirement, as older workers try to ensure a sufficient …

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