Chamber Welcomes New Members In October

The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce was happy to welcome these members in October:
Law Offices of Angelica Gutierrez Diaz
Angelica Gutierrez
714 E. Chapel St., Ste D
Santa Maria, CA 93454
(805) 348-1638
www.angelicagutierrezlaw.com
Old Town Quilt Shop
Michelle Strunka
165 W. Clark Ave, Ste A
Orcutt, CA 93455
(805) 938-5870
www.oldtownquiltshoporcutt.com
Sylvester Screen Printing
Sylvester Heredia
Nipomo, CA 93444
(805) 904-9311
www..facebook.com/Sylvester-Screen-Printing-Embroidery

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Chamber Congratulates Ambassador Of The Quarter Julie Colegrove

Julie Colegrove, who has been an Ambassador for the Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce for many years now, was recently named Ambassador of the Quarter.
As a Chamber Ambassador, Colegrove attends many Chamber functions including mixers and ribbon cuttings. “My favorite activity is welcoming new and budding businesses into our community,” Colegrove said. “And of course, …

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Ribbon Cutting: Utility Telecom

The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Utility Telecom to the Chamber with a ribbon cutting.
Utility Telecom provides businesses throughout the Central Coast with telephone and internet solutions. They have been serving the local area for over 20 years.
“Whether you’re a small office, home office, one person operation or a large business with …

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Ribbon Cutting: Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 82

The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed the Disabled American Veterans (DAV), Chapter 82 to the Chamber with a ribbon cutting.
The organization, which provides a variety of services to disabled veterans, has been around in the local community for 70 years. “We’re one of the oldest veterans organizations,” said Joseph Skoda, Commander of the Disabled American Veterans, …

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Ribbon Cutting: Santa Maria Olive Co.

We recently welcomed Santa Maria Olive Co. to the Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce.
Owned and operated by Michael and Lourdez Clayton, the family sees their new business venture as another way they can give back to the local community. The family has always been very involved in giving back to local veterans, and are …

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