- Business Advocacy
Today, Manny’s sons, David, Chris, Vince, and Peter, are leading Valley Vista Services. Their passion still lies in serving the Greater Los Angeles area and San Gabriel Valley communities, which is why they remain highly involved in outreach efforts and contribute in countless ways to the betterment of the community.
The team of Denis Kerechuk and Billy Debere have made car service quite simple as they invested money in their independent shop.
“We work great as a team, and we love helping our community,” Cindy Ho said. “We feel that it is a blessing to be there for our clients when they need us.”
The Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, an advocate for smart growth, business development, and job creation, endorses the plan for a new Lowe's Home Improvement store and mix of commercial development on Fremont Avenue.
“What we’re doing here is unique to Alhambra,” said Phillip Ozaki, general manager of the Ritter Steam Kettle Cooking Restaurant in Alhambra. “We are bringing a whole new eating experience to this area, and we have designed it to involve the entire family.” This is the first Cajun Creole restaurant in Alhambra.
California Mission Inn retirement community, 8417 Mission Drive, Rosemead, has served the San Gabriel Valley for more than 90 years.
Alhambra Performing Arts Center will present French-Canadian pianist Andree-Ann Deschenes at 7 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 12, at Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church, 1850 W. Hellman Ave. Alhambra.
The California State Legislature has sent bills for the Governor's signature that can only worse the business climate in the Golden State and cause more difficulties to do business in the state.