May 20, 2013 by Sarah
After an extensive search of properties, MCS Industries in Visalia has made the decision to relocate operations to Rancho Cucamonga, located about 20 miles to the west of San Bernardino, in the coming months.
The company searched more than [Read more]
April 9, 2013 by Mark
The Etiwanda Historical Society is once again sponsoring its annual Mother’s Day Tea, which is to take place at the Etiwanda Gardens in Rancho Cucamonga, located approximately 20 miles to the west of San Bernardino.
The theme for this year’s annual tea is [Read more]
March 5, 2013 by James
Despite some talk of not holding the Route 66 Rendezvous in San Bernardino this year, the annual event should not be counted out just yet, according to the San Bernardino Chamber Of Commerce.
A smaller version of the 23-year-old event may be in the works. Jim Gerstenslager, who serves as the chairman of the San Bernardino Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce, stated:
“There is a concern that if we don’t have an event this year, it may never come back. If there is a possibility, through some means, that we could put on a smaller event, just to keep the enthusiasm going, it might make sense.”
Even a scaled-back event such as this is likely to need services provided by print companies located in and around San Bernardino. Vendors and organizers at such activities often require business card printing , banner printing, and poster printing, as well as a variety of other services for such activities. Area businesses are also likely to run special promotions while large activities such as this occur, thus creating an even larger need for printing services.
The San Bernardino Route 66 Rendezvous was organized by the Convention of Visitors Bureau, which will be ceasing operations at the end of the month. The event, which has been running steadily for the last 23 years, has drawn approximately 500,000 visitors in the last few years. Gerstenslager reported that the San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce may assume the duties of the Convention and Visitors Bureau for now, which could give it some control concerning the Route 66 Rendezvous.
February 23, 2013 by Mark
Over 200 people gathered on a Saturday morning earlier this month to help clean up Seccombe Lake Park in San Bernardino.
In the past, the area has been noted as a dirty, dangerous section of the city, but concerned and caring citizens in the community are working to change that. Hundreds of volunteers spent a few hours or more in the park picking up debris, raking leaves, scrubbing graffiti, painting, and making other improvements that are hoped to result in a positive change for the park and the surrounding area in San Bernardino.
Flyer printing might be used to announce community clean-ups and other such events in an area. As citizens gather to voluntarily help improve the looks and appeal of the community, it is generally hoped that positive changes will follow.
Kevin Hawkins, who currently serves as the Park and Recreation Department’s director for San Bernardino, stated,
“I’ve said it before: When this park turns around, the city will turn around.”
The recent one-day clean-up of the park, sponsored by the city of San Bernardino, was part of an ongoing effort towards the rehabilitation of Seccombe Lake Park. Hawkins, who also volunteered to help with the clean-up, has convinced the Urban Conservation Corps of the Inland Empire to transfer its headquarters to Seccombe Park, thus establishing a steady presence in the area. Other clean-up efforts of the area have taken place in the past and will continue as the citizens help restore their park.
January 23, 2013 by Mark
Diesel Injection Service of San Bernardino celebrated its relocation to Colton on Saturday, January 19 with a grand opening ceremony.
Colton is located just to the [Read more]
December 27, 2012 by Mark
The second annual San Bernardino County Lifesaver Awards took place on Friday, December 14 at the County Government Center, and 59 individuals were honored.
The heroes receiving awards included volunteers, deputies, and [Read more]
November 26, 2012 by James
The nonprofit organization Santa Clause Inc. is making its list and checking it twice again this holiday season as it prepares for its annual fundraising event, ‘Reflections’, and gets things ready for all the good little girls and boys in San Bernardino and the surrounding area.
The 60th annual ‘Reflections’ fundraising event starts out on the evening of this Friday, November 30, with a ‘Night of Dancing with the Stars’ and concludes on Saturday, December 1, with a luncheon and a drawing for a designer tree.
Night of Dancing with the Stars will be a fun-filled evening of dancing and dining from 6:00 pm until midnight. Phat Cat Swinger will provide the music at the Orange Pavilion in the National Orange Show Events Center on Arrowhead Avenue. Christmas boutiques and silent and live auction will take place throughout the evening. Tickets for the event are $135 per individual. The luncheon on Saturday will also take place at the Orange Pavilion.
Annual fundraising activities such as the ‘Reflections’ event in San Bernardino may require various printing services provided by local print companies. Banner printing is often used at events such as this to welcome guests and direct them to the area in which the activity is taking place. Poster printing and Flyer Printing may also be used during the days or weeks prior to the fundraiser in an effort to raise awareness within the community.
Santa Clause Inc. helps provide new clothing, toys, and other gifts for children in need every Christmas. Since 1952, the organization has served approximately 465,000 kids locally.
October 15, 2012 by Sarah
An event scheduled for this weekend expects to attract more than 2,000 individuals seeking healthcare services for free. The 12th annual Binational Health Fair will bring 177 providers and [Read more]
September 18, 2012 by Sarah
The 23rd annual Stater Bros. Route 66 Rendezvous rolled into town on the weekend of September 14 in San Bernardino.
Kicking off on [Read more]
August 24, 2012 by Mark