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Biz Walk time

The El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the El Dorado County Office of Economic Development, will conduct the Biz Walk on April 10.

Teams will visit and interview our business community to identify key business development and retention issues. This is an opportunity for business owners to voice their concerns and for the EDH Chamber to provide an avenue for a connection between the business community, and the educational community.

Join the El Dorado Hills Chamber of Commerce for a mixer after the walk at the California Welcome Center, 2085 Vine St, Suite 105, El Dorado Hills. This mixer is open to the public. Contact the El Dorado Hills Chamber for more information at (916) 933-1335.

Event sponsors: A & A Music Events, El Dorado Hills Folsom Granite Bay LIVING Magazine, Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Mountain Democrat, Nationwide Insurance/John Vocatura, Pacific Interstate Insurance Brokers, SDG Business Solutions, LLC and Style Magazine.

Chamber premier partners: Mercy Hospital of Folsom, Serrano Associates, LLC, a venture of Parker Development, Blue Shield, PG&E, Town Center a Development by the Mansour Company, Wells Fargo, EnvisionRX Options, and El Dorado Disposal Service a Waste Connections Company.

 

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