What started as a small coffee shop on the corner of Main Street in downtown Longmont, Colorado in 2004, has since grown to multiple drive-thru and coffeehouse locations across the U.S - including beautiful Mission Viejo! From the beginning, Ziggi's Coffee mission has always been simple: To serve a convenient and superior cup of coffee with service customers can rely on.
On Monday, October 11th, several members from the MV Chamber, including Directors and the Daybreakers Networking Group Leadership Team, "mobbed" Ziggy's Coffee and loved the delicious coffee and food. Chamber Mobs afford a great opportunity to meet and network with fellow business owners and the community.
Now it's your turn, let's support our local businesses, large and small, as we strive to continue "making business happen" in the great city of Mission Viejo!
One amazing benefit for new members is to host a Ribbon Cutting. These events draw many Chamber members, community business owners and friends, and our City, County, State, and Federal governmental officials. In addition to showcasing one's business, there are networking opportunities galore!
Please join us in celebrating the Ribbon Cutting hosted by Project Eyecare Optometry on October 15th, starting at 4 pm. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
Note: If your business would like to host a Ribbon Cutting, please click here to review the guidelines and qualifications.
One of the best ways to support our fellow Chamber members is to drive business directly to them. "Chamber Mobs" are designed to do just that. We literally "mob" or plan an all-out Chamber visit, to specific businesses to purchase their goods.
Please join us as we "mob" one of our new members, Ziggi's Coffee, on October 11th. Please see the attached flyer for directions and other helpful information. See everyone there!
Please join the Mission Viejo Chamber, AAUW Mission Viejo, and The City of Mission Viejo for this very special community awareness event held on October 30th, 2021, at the Norman P. Murray Community Center, starting 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Please see the attached flyer for more details regarding the keynote speakers, how to become a sponsor, or volunteer for this event. We look forward to seeing you on October 30th!
We are excited to announce that In-Person Monthly Mixers are back! Please join the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce and the surrounding business community as we visit together at Tempur-Pedic of Mission Viejo on October 21st, from 5:30 - 7:30 PM.
Please see the attached flyer for the event specifics and how to register. We look forward to supporting our fellow Chamber member: Tempur-Pedic!
Dear Chamber Members and our valued Community,
We are thrilled to announce an exciting change involving our weekly Daybreakers Networking Meeting. We have enjoyed gathering at the High Park Tap House each Tuesday morning over the past several years and truly appreciated the hospitality and good service that was provided to our Chamber members and guests. Our last Daybreakers Networking Meeting at the High Park Tap House was held on Tuesday, September 28, 2021.
In an effort to further grow our Chamber membership, maintain affordable events, and provide ample space for networking purposes, we are excited to relocate our weekly Daybreakers Networking Meeting to the Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center. The first Daybreakers Networking Meeting at our new location will commence on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, starting at 8AM.
We thank you for your support as we continue to provide more opportunities to network and grow our businesses.
Are you ready to enjoy some of the best foods in Mission Viejo? Come join the Mission Viejo Chamber of Commerce as we further support our local eateries during Restaurant Week starting tomorrow, October 4th and continuing through Sunday, October 10th.
Huge thanks to our Restaurant Week Title Sponsor, PayProTec West Coast.
Click here for the current list of participating restaurants. See you there!
Did you know that SDG&E provides webinars for business owners and trade professionals, and most are at no cost? You or your employees can learn about the latest in green building practices, technology and energy-saving solutions from industry experts. Some of July’s topics include HVAC and heat pump performance, zero energy homes, Title 24 – Residential Standards for Architects and Designers, green buildings, emergency lighting and power systems and outdoor lighting.
Certifications and continuing education units are available for many of the classes. Check out the class listing at seminars.sdge.com.
Electric fleets are the future and SDG&E wants to help get you there faster. SDG&E’s new 2021 Electric Vehicle Availability Guide provides complete details on the electric medium- and heavy-duty vehicles available today.
Save time and use this resource to easily compare specs from the latest electric vehicles available so you can choose the best fit for your fleet.
Download the Electric Vehicle Availability Guide to see:
You can find the guide at sdge.com/EVFleets at the bottom of the page in the Fleet Resources section.
Many people have transitioned to a work-from-home schedule over the past year. Here are ten electric safety tips to implement: