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April, 2016Harrisburg Regional News – Spring Issue 2016
The Spring 2016 Edition of Harrisburg Regional News is dedicated to the Entrepreneurial Spirit that is alive and well and thriving in the Harrisburg region. From three local entrepreneurs who have taken their creative ideas and converted them into successful businesses in less than a decade to honoring high school students who are poised to be the next generation of innovators through the chamber High School Business challenge, this issue is packed with great ideas. And don’t forget the regular columns citing Members in the News and New Members.
The Official Princeton-Mercer Region Visitors Guide for 2016-2017 is chock full of wonderful places to shop, dine, stay and enjoy. Not just a destination, but an experience, Princeton and its surrounding area has been a mecca for visitors and residents for a very long time. It continues to enchant with myriad historical and entertaining things to do from toddlers to grownups and all ages in between. Be sure to visit www.visitprinceton.org and plan your next trip here. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
April, 2016St. Johns County 2016 Visitors Guide
St. Johns County, Florida has been enticing visitors and residents for more than 450 years. This rich area combines the best of both worlds, with centuries of history and ancient natural beauty providing the backdrop for a contemporary residential and commercial lifestyle. There is truly something for everyone, whether pausing to enjoy the shops on Old St. George Street in St. Augustine, relaxing on beautiful Ponte Vedra Beach or exploring one of the world-class golf courses, it’s easy to become part of current history in this very special place. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
Located less than 30 miles from Washington DC and within sight of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Loudoun County offers a unique experience that spans the best that America has to offer. Many of the country’s leading businesses and most affluent households have made Loudoun County their home, a community where groundbreaking scientific discoveries and global technological advancements take place every day amidst scenic rural landscapes and historic small towns. No wonder Loudoun County is hailed as the place where world-class opportunities await businesses and families. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
Spring has come early to Delaware County this year with the spring edition of Delaware County Regional News, featuring the Trusted Business Advisors at Brinker Simpson, CPAs. This outstanding issue is “financially focused” as the Chamber explores small business finances, programs for women-owned businesses, charitable legacies and more. Plus, you won’t want to miss regular features like upcoming events and welcoming New Members! View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
With its strategic location along the I-95 corridor in central Virginia, the Fredericksburg Region is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), one of the nation’s most vibrant and stable markets. Currently it is one of the fastest growing regions in the Commonwealth of Virginia as well as nationally. The area is an emerging employment center, with many businesses locating here, thanks to its enviable quality of life and accessibility to major markets on the East Coast.View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
February, 2016Carroll County Community Guide & Business Directory
For most of its history, Carroll County, Virginia has been rural and agricultural and much of the County retains that rural character. In recent years, however, much of that has changed. The County’s location, within the Baltimore metropolitan area, places it in the fourth largest consumer market in the US with thriving industry, outstanding educational opportunities and quality healthcare that makes it an ideal place to work, play, do business and enjoy life. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
The San Jacinto Valley of California is only a short drive to many entertainment choices including beaches, mountains, desert, shopping, malls, theaters and sports activities. Residents enjoy an active, family-centered lifestyle with an unusually rich number of recreational, historical, cultural and educational attractions. Visitors are attracted to the outstanding quality of life, ongoing growth and change and a tradition of hospitality that welcomes all. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
Throughout all of the 20th century and now into the 21st, vacations in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania meant outdoor activities of all varieties…and a host of fun things to do. Waterparks, casinos and business conference centers have been added to the list in recent years, as have small and large businesses of all kinds. Expanding health care options and educational facilities round out this popular place that continues to be a choice for visitors and residents alike. Explore the online companion map!
Comprised of seven unique and diverse business areas, Brookline Massachusetts is a place where you can get just about anything you need. People of all ages, cultural backgrounds and interests like Brookline. It is also a favorite destination thanks to the exemplary collaboration between the town, the business community and non-profit organizations. And because people do business with people they know, the Brookline Chamber of Commerce is a strong force behind Brookline’s growth and success. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map
January 2016 heralds the Fall/Winter edition of the Manhattan Beach Business Journal…the quarterly magazine of the Manhattan Beach Chamber of Commerce. This fast-paced issue continues to focus on the importance of building a sound business foundation, including an interview with Michael Greenberg, president of Skechers, one of Manhattan Beach’s own business successes. Don’t miss great info on tax facts and HR outsourcing, plus an updated membership telephone and website directory for reference.
Natural and historic landmarks are the hallmark of the San Pedro area of the LA waterfront. From museums to memorials to promenades and performing arts, San Pedro offers something for everyone. Parks and beaches delight residents and visitors of all ages, along with the gallery scene. And of course, dining, whether a quick bite or a leisurely meal, is a gourmet experience in this foodie town. It’s been said you can go around the world in just a few blocks as you satisfy your appetite in this hub for international dining. View the Online Companion Advertiser Map