Carl Dameron, creative director of Dameron Communications. “Sharing your stories is fun. Let me share the secrets of successful public relations and advertising.
(San Bernardino, Calif.) Businesses, government and civic groups that want to liven up their meetings with an interesting and informative advertising and public relations speaker should choose Carl Dameron, creative director of Dameron Communications.
Dameron has run his own public relations firm for more than 30 years, and during that time he has shared his expertise on what makes a good story with everyone from local political candidates to national logistics firms.
“The same elements that make interesting news releases also make good speeches, Dameron said. “In my presentations, I mix humor with a clear, direct message while delivering information you can put to work right away!”
Dameron will explain how important it is to get in front of a story to drive national and regional advertising, public relations and news coverage.
“People who hear me speak should leave with a better understanding of how to improve their own advertising and public relations efforts,” Dameron said. “Sharing your stories should be fun. Let me share the secrets behind successful public relations and advertising.
Getting the attention of the news media is not easy.
Editors, reporters and media managers are constantly bombarded with e-mails from PR people. Most are spiked right away, but releases from Dameron Communications always get a second look.
How? Carl Dameron understands news and knows how to work with busy news professionals.
Dameron Communications has served Southern California clients since 1989
Dameron is available to speak on several advertising and public relations topics including:
- Advertising – How to create advertising that works — from flyers to TV commercials and everything in between
- Public Relations – How to get media coverage and increase the positive perception of your organization
- Government Relations – How to get elected officials to listen and how to leverage their influence
- Community Relations – How get the community to understand and support your goals and objectives
Dameron Communications clients include LaSalle Medical Associates, Inc., The City and County of San Bernardino, County of Riverside, RD-ICO, Moreno Valley Unified School District, Rialto Unified School District, Sprint, California Portland Cement Company, the AQMD, Dukes-Dukes and Associates, Inc., Toyota of San Bernardino, The Salvation Army and many more…
Call (909) 534-9500 or email Carl@DameronCommunications.com to book your presentation.
Daniel Herrera 12, Sonali Herrera 10, mother, Sujana Herrera volunteer to serve at the recent Thanksgiving dinner. They are from Riverside this is their second-year volunteering with The Salvation Army. The annual Christmas Dinner for hundreds of people is at 2626 Pacific St., in San Bernardino on Saturday, December 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
(San Bernardino, Calif.) The San Bernardino Salvation Army Corp (www.salvationarmyusa.org) hosts its annual Christmas Dinner for hundreds of people at its headquarters, 2626 Pacific St., in San Bernardino, CA 92346. This year, the Christmas dinner will be held on Saturday, December 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
“We share the joy and love of our God who sent his only begotten son, Jesus Christ, to save us from sin. He taught use to love our neighbors as ourselves. We share this Christmas meal and meals every day to show those in need that God truly cares for all of his children,” said Major Daniel Henderson, Citadel Corp director.
Since 1887, the annual San Bernardino Salvation Army Christmas dinner has served thousands of families, mothers, children and men who do not have the means to provide themselves a Christmas dinner. Some just come to enjoy fellowship with others.
People come from Bloomington, Colton, Grand Terrace, Highland, Rialto, and San Bernardino for this annual Christmas celebratory meal. The dinner often serves more than 300 people.
“This year, guests will enjoy a turkey dinner with all the trimmings, containing potatoes, gravy, stuffing, vegetables, pie and other food received from donations,” said Lt. Cathie McCully.
“Every year, volunteers come together to provide the food preparation and service of Christmas meals to dinner guests,” said Major Daniel Henderson, Commander of The Salvation Army San Bernardino Corp. “Our volunteers and staff really do an outstanding job, to make a difference for those who are less fortunate during the holiday season.”
Many of the services provided by the Salvation Army, such as this annual Community Christmas dinner, are made possible through in-kind donations and money raised through the Red Kettle Bell Ringer campaign. “It’s one of ministries your donations serve,” said Major Henderson.
Each Christmas, Inland Empire Salvation Army Corps in eight corps locations combine to serve about 1,800 people holiday meals.
The hungry families are joined by hundreds of volunteers who help prepare the food and serve meals to the families. Along with asking volunteers to help serve food, the Salvation Army is encouraging people to donate turkeys or hams, side dishes and other food by calling (909) 888-1336.
“The San Bernardino Corps also needs food every day for those at our Hospitality House living shelter,” said Lt. Cathie McCully. Up to 100 family members stay in its transitional and emergency family shelters.
For more information about the Salvation Army Christmas dinner, donations or volunteering for the Christmas dinner at The Salvation Army near you, call or visit the locations below.
San Bernardino County
- San Bernardino, 2626 Pacific Avenue, (909) 888-1336.
- Ontario, 1412 S. Euclid Ave., (909) 986-6748.
- Victorville, 14585 La Paz Drive, (760) 245-2545.
- Redlands, 838 Alta St., (909) 792-6868.
- Riverside, 3695 First Street, (951) 784-3571
- Moreno Valley, 14075 Frederick St., (951) 653-9131.
- Hemet, 340 S. Palm Ave., (951) 791-9495.
- Murrieta, 4020 Los Alamos Rd., (951) 677-1324
To donate by phone call 1-800-SAL-ARMY (800-725-2769). Donate on line at: WesternUSA.SalvationArmy.org
About The Salvation Army San Bernardino Corps
The Salvation Army may be able to provide emergency services including food; lodging for homeless or displaced families; clothing and furniture; assistance with rent or mortgage and transportation when funds are available. The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) assists rescue workers and evacuees in such disasters as fires.
The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church, and also offering holistic programs for people of all ages. One of the largest charitable and international service organizations in the world, The Salvation Army has been in existence since 1865 and in San Bernardino since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination.
The San Bernardino Corps of The Salvation Army serves Bloomington, Colton, Grand Terrace, Highland, Rialto, and San Bernardino. Donations may always be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org or by calling 1-(800)-SAL-ARMY. Our local number is (909) 888-1336.
Partners pose for a photo together at the TCA Grand Opening. Joey Sanchez, Nick Sanchez, Jessica Sanchez, Chris Blom and Ray Blom.
City of Ontario Mayor Paul Leon handing TCA Partner Nick Sanchez a plaque.
Left to right: Mayor Paul Leon, Nick Sanchez
TCA team just before the official ribbon cutting. Nick Sanchez (vest), Hanssel Felix(blue tie), Anthony Hernandez(grey suit/black undershirt), Chris Blom(green tie), Matt Ditty(glasses), Ray Blom(glass and blue undershirt), Jessica Sanchez(green shirt), Wendy Clements(background), Joey Sanchez(gold tie), Cesia Jarquin(red shirt)
Founding Partners Joey Sanchez and Ray Blom holding Certificate of Congratulations and Certificate of Recognition from the city of Ontario. Left: Joey Sanchez, Right: Ray Blom
Ontario, Calif. – More than 250 business and civic leaders were on hand for the grand opening of The Corporate Advocate’s new offices in Ontario. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, April 21, 2016, at the 6,000-square-foot facility located at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, near the Ontario Auto Center.
The Corporate Advocate (TCA) is comprised of a family of four companies that offer unique business solutions independently of each other or in collaboration with each other – a model TCA refers to as “co-sourcing” – based on the client’s needs: 1) JS Platinum provides business insurance; 2) TCA Business Services offers payroll and employee administration; 3) TCA Government Incentives fills employment recruitment, hiring and training needs and helps small business navigate government resources; and 4) TCA Financial helps companies realize their full financial potential and ensure long-term viability.
Previously located in Rancho Cucamonga, the new location represents the fulfillment of a longtime vision of founder Joey Sanchez, who partnered with Ray Blom in 2008 to transform TCA from a tax and accounting firm into a full-service resource for small, medium, and large-scale businesses which also needed payroll, personnel, and insurance products. As TCA became more successful in the region, the need for more space and opportunities to expand client services drove the search for a larger facility.
“We basically outgrew our former location, said son and TCA chief executive officer Joey Sanchez. “Our team envisioned a location that would bring our products and services together in one location to facilitate communications between TCA divisions and to implement our collaborative co-sourcing model for our clients. Also, we can now offer meeting and training space, new tools and technology that increase our value to our clients.”
Pedro Eugenio, owner of EZ Seal Construction, Inc. and a client since 2009, agrees with Sanchez’s assessment. “It’s great to have a larger place with all of the TCA companies together in one place,” he stated. “Before, I had to go to one location for payroll services, and another location for accounting or insurance needs. It’s good for them to be here.”
In his welcoming remarks, Hon. Paul S. Leon, mayor of the City of Ontario, noted that TCA’s presence fits well into the City’s vision, given the anticipated return of control of Ontario International Airport. “We are creating Ontario as a city to live, work and play in. Now is the time to be in business in Ontario,” he said.
Leon was joined by field representatives from the offices of San Bernardino County 4th District Supervisor Curt Hagman, Congresswoman Norma Torres (35th District, Ontario), and Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (52nd District, Chino) in presenting certificates of recognition.
TCA management, employees, and representatives from Ontario, Eastvale, Rancho Cucamonga, and Fontana chambers of commerce then cut the ceremonial ribbon and invited guests into the modern facility for tours and a wine reception courtesy of Ontario’s San Antonio Winery. Attendees dined on In-and-Out hamburgers, chips and soft drinks while listening to music by Inland Empire-based jazz band Plena Vista.
For more information about The Corporate Advocate, call (909) 484-4203 or visit the website at: http://www.tcacorp.com/
The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. To attend the Grand Opening or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/
The Corporate Advocates team Left to right: Matthew Ditty, Vendor Relations, Dustin Garbaciak, Social Media Director, Linda Gellis, Director of Agent Support, Oasis Flores, Hanssel Felix, General Manager, Christine Morales, Customer Service, Wendy Clements, Client Relations Manager, Jenniffer Jerez, Business Development, Mark Munoz, Accounting Manager, Jessica Sanchez, Partner, Ray Blom, COO, Nick Sanchez, CEO, Anthony Hernandez, Business Development, Giselle Carmona, Client Service, Cesia Gonzalez, Customer Service, Chris Blom, Partner, Joy Sanchez, Partner.
Ontario, Calif. – The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. The newly renovated, 6,000 square foot offices are near the Ontario Auto Center. Their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting is Thursday April 21, from 5:30 to 8:00 PM at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, Ontario, CA 91761.
The Corporate Advocate, and its family of companies, has grown to serve more than 200 client companies nationwide representing more than $800 million in annual payroll.
The Corporate Advocate is going all out hosting the event. The Grand Opening catering comes from the famous In-N-Out truck and San Antonio Winery servicing their guests of business leaders, business owners, community leaders, elected officials and other dignitaries.
The Grand Opening includes four ribbon-cuttings with the Ontario, Eastvale, Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana chambers of commerce and tours of the new offices. The Corporate Advocate’s offices include a video production studio, a training facility and large reception area.
During the festivities, the training room will host speakers addressing interesting solutions to common business problems.
“We invite our guests to learn more about how The Corporate Advocate’s co-sourcing model improves employee management, reduces costs and increase productivity for small, medium and large businesses,” said CEO and founder Joey Sanchez.
Sanchez established The Corporate Advocate in the 1980s as a tax and accounting firm. After the great recession of 2008, Sanchez, the Chief Executive Officer and founder, partnered with Ray Blom the Chief Operating Officer, to work towards a common vision of supporting and educating business nationwide.
“Our vision was, and still is, to help businesses, large or small, stay alive through the right mixture of great insurance plans and employee management services. An excellent solution is the Collaborative Co-sourcing model of employee management,” said Blom.
Blom expressed that “52 percent of business start-ups fail in the first five years of opening their doors. This is something that we can change in the Inland Empire with the right management tools and employee services. Small Business is the backbone of our economy, and we are dedicated to help small businesses be successful well beyond the five-year mark,” said Blom.
“Regulation and compliance on employers is becoming more complicated and difficult to handle. We cannot let that be a barrier to entry for any new businesses. The Corporate Advocate’s goal is for each management team to know exactly what they are getting into and exactly how to handle it,” said Sanchez.
The Corporate Advocate’s family of business includes:
JS Platinum – Provides companies, small and large, with Business Insurance – Running a business involves a significant investment. Their business insurance experts help protect your investment by minimizing financial risks associated with unexpected events such as an injured employee, a lawsuit, or a natural disaster with the right coverage at the right price.
TCA Business Services – Provides employers with backend services for by taking on the bothersome tasks of Payroll administration, Payroll Tax filings, Workers’ Compensation, Claims Management and Employee Safety. TCA realizes that Small Business owners do not have the ability or desire to effectively deal with these challenges.
TCA Incentives – Helps employers recruit and hire new employees, while bringing them money to do it! These guys help you take advantage of government money that is available to employers for hiring and training new employees. They’re so confident they can help that they don’t get paid until you do!
To attend The Corporate Advocate’s Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/
About The Corporate Advocate
The Corporate Advocate is made up by a family of divisions that is able to offer their unique business solutions independently of each other or as a customizable solution. The Corporate Advocate helps businesses identify and capture available Government Funds and Tax Credits and to help identify, negotiate and secure government incentives. Their ability to capitalize on innovative business programs, cost cutting services and customizable programs has made them one of the most respected and diverse business solutions providers in the markets they serve.
For more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/
The $800 Million Corporate Advocate Moves to Ontario – Host Grand Opening
Ontario, Calif. – The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. The newly renovated 6,000 square foot offices are near the Ontario Auto Center. Their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting is Thursday April 21, 2016 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, Ontario, CA 91761.
The Grand Opening catering comes from the famous In-N-Out truck, and San Antonio Winery to serve their guests of business leaders, business owners, community leaders, elected officials and other dignitaries.
To attend or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/
(San Bernardino, Calif.) – For many students, seeing the doctor for their annual physical is a requirement at the start of a new school year.
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are part of going back to school, but so are physicals and immunizations. Free immunizations are available at LaSalle Medical Associates clinics in Fontana, Hesperia and Fontana. Photo by Chris Sloan
While in the past, some families couldn’t afford school physicals because they lacked health insurance, California Care and California Covered in most cases allows health care providers to offer preventive care at no cost, even when patients have health insurance policies that usually require co-pays.
“Annual physicals are a good idea for everyone,” said Dr. Albert Arteaga, president of LaSalle Medical Associates, In some cases, the schools your children attend will require them.”
“Physicals are required when a child enters school in California, most commonly kindergarten,” said Dr. Albert Arteaga, founder and president of LaSalle Medical Associates, Inc. “If a middle school, high school, college or university student plans to play sports, all schools will require them to obtain a physical at the beginning of the season. Many college and university students often need back-to-school physicals as a condition of living on campus.”
School Physicals and Immunizations are generally FREE with California Care health insurance membership.
Physicals for children typically include making sure they have reached adequate height and weight for their age. Doctors also make sure children are up-to-date on the immunizations needed for their age.
Young children also are evaluated to make sure they can perform certain tasks. For instance a child entering kindergarten should be able to play well with other children, state his or her first and last name, color with crayons and dress him or herself.
Kindergarteners who are not able to do these things may have developmental delays that will cause them to need extra help throughout their education, and may also have medical conditions that need close monitoring by a doctor.
As with adults, physicals also are a time to check overall health, by checking blood pressure, hearing and vision. Doctors also may order blood tests to check for anemia, and a urinalysis to check for infections and diseases such as diabetes.
“All of these things we check for in a physical are what’s known as preventive health care,” Dr. Arteaga said. “We want to make sure we catch things as early as we can so that we can start interventions before they cause serious health problems.”
“Thankfully, now that almost all families have health insurance, these interventions will not be an expensive burden on them. With insurance, they may have to pay a small deductible or copay for treatment, but not the hundreds or thousands it would cost without.”
Most K-12 students in San Bernardino County begin school in August, as do many colleges. Parents of any students needing a mandatory back-to-school physical to start school before Labor Day should schedule an appointment with their doctor immediately. Athletes, and anyone who starts school in September should not wait much longer.
“It is important not to wait until the last minute,” Dr. Arteaga said. “Summer is our busy season, and some doctors won’t be able to see you right away and we do accept patents with out an appointment. “
To make an appointment, or for more information about LaSalle Medical Associates, call the LaSalle clinics nearest you; Fontana 17577 Arrow Blvd. in phone (909) 823-4454, in Hesperia 16455 Main St. phone (760) 947-2161, and in San Bernardino 1505 West 17th St. phone (760) 947-2161 and 565 N. Mt. Vernon Ave. phone (909) 884-9091 .
About LaSalle Medical Associates
LaSalle Medical Associates, Inc., operates four clinics employing more than 120 dedicated healthcare professionals, treating children, adults, and seniors in San Bernardino County. LaSalle’s patients are primarily served by Medi-Cal and they also accept Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Molina, Care 1st, Health Net and Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP). LaSalle’s clinics are at 17577 Arrow Blvd. in Fontana, 16455 Main St. in Hesperia and1505 West 17th St. and 565 N. Mt. Vernon Ave. in San Bernardino.
LaSalle Medical Associates, Inc., is also an Independent Practice Association (IPA) of independently contracted doctors, hospitals and clinics, delivering high quality patience care with more than 150,000 patient visits per year in Fresno, Kings, Los Angeles, Madera, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Joaquin and Tulare Counties.
LaSalle’s IPA members in the Inland Empire include: LaSalle Medical Associates, Banning Medical Group and San Bernardino Urological Associates. Hospital affiliations include: Rancho Springs Medical Center, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center, Community Hospital of San Bernardino, St. Bernadine Medical Center, Mountains Community Hospital, Redland Community Hospital, Loma Linda University Medical Center, Corona Regional Medical Center, Riverside County Medical Center, Parkview Community Hospital, Kaiser Moreno Valley, Kaiser Fontana and Kaiser Riverside.
Dameron Communications creates newsletters for cities, counties, colleges, universities, shopping centers, developers, retailers, computer stores, doctors, medical clinics, Non-Profits, attorneys, schools ad more…
(SAN BERNARDINO, CA.) “Dameron Communicators, that’s what we call the newsletter designs,” says Carl Dameron, founder and creative director of the public relations/advertising firm Dameron Communications. “These newsletters boost awareness and business for all clients who come on board.”
“We won’t just design, write and produce printed editions,” adds Dameron, “we’ll also create a social network strategy, and post them on all the major industry websites, create an electronic version for distribution via email and to post on client Web sites.”
“Our clients will get the broadest possible exposure for their services, offerings and successes. Plus, what goes in the newsletters will also be sent to all media outlets in their service area. For Inland Empire clients that’s potential exposure to 4.2 million potential customers,” said Dameron.
“We now how to pull the good stories out of good businesses,” Dameron says, “we know how to tell it, and tell it to more people than ever before.”
Newsletters are designed, written or produced in full color, and are available in two-page, to 64-page formats up to 500,000 units.
Since 1989 Dameron Communications has creatively met the needs of our diverse client base in California. It is an award-winning agency that creates integrated advertising and public relations solutions to increase clients’ sales and profits, win elections, inform the public or gain acceptance of potentially controversial issues.
Dameron Communications creates advertising for television, radio, newspaper, magazine, and billboards, web sites, mobile web applications, email and more. Public relations services include press releases, press conferences, media relations, television programs, web sites, opinion editorials, promotions, event creation and management, government relations and community relations.
Dameron has earned media coverage for clients from: ABC, CBS, NBC, CNBC, CBS MarketWatch; Fox News, CNN, Nightly Business Report; The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Dow Jones News Wire, Bloomberg, Reuters, Associated Press, The Press Enterprise, The Sun, The Daily Bulletin, The Orange County Register, The Daily News, The Daily Press and many more.
For more information call Carl Dameron at (909) 534-9500.
Dignitaries presented the new Magnolia at 9th Street Senior Apartments with certificates of Achievements. (Left to Right) Anthony Sandoval, Western Senior Housing President; Heather Rouhana, Representative from Congressmember Gary Miller; Aaron Mandel, Western Senior Housing Vice President and Graham Espley-Jones, Western Community Housing President
(San Bernardino, CA) The City of San Bernardino, Western Community Housing, Inc. and Meta Housing, Corp. recently held the grand opening for Magnolia at 9th a 119-unit affordable, luxury, senior housing community now open for seniors.
“This is a great example of what private public partnerships can accomplish,” said San Bernardino Mayor Carey Davis. “It will be a great place for seniors. They will have a wonderful opportunity to improve their lifestyle.”
The Magnolia at 9th Senior Apartments is located in San Bernardino at 181 9th Street near the corner of 9th and Lugo Street. It has been open since January, providing seniors age 62 and older with an upscale but affordable living option. The apartments include 100 one-bedroom units, and 19 two bedrooms.
The project started out as a partnership between the San Bernardino Redevelopment Agency, Meta Housing, and Western Community Housing. With $7.1 million in redevelopment funding that would allow it to transform a formerly blighted 40-year-old apartment complex into an attractive, safe and modern living place, Meta Housing and Western Community Housing began planning this project in 2009.
Prior to Magnolia at 9th Street, the city had used redevelopment funds to bring about renewal to many other blighted houses and apartments in many other neighborhoods.
In February of 2012 as The Magnolia at 9th was assembling additional funding, state legislation eliminated redevelopment agencies. The City of San Bernardino had to convince the State of California that because Magnolia at 9th was already in progress, the redevelopment funds committed to this project should stay in San Bernardino.
First Ward Council Member Virginia Marquez is a supporter of and advocate for Magnolia at 9th since its beginning.
“Partnerships such as the one the city had with Meta Housing are critical for keeping our city an attractive place to live,” Council Member Marquez said. “This project was very near and dear to me, because it was the last one before the redevelopment agency folded up. It was very touch-and-go for a while, but we persevered and now have this wonderful place for our seniors to live.”
Support from the project came from San Bernardino City officials including Councilmember Marquez and Mayor Davis. (Left to Right) Mayor Carey Davis, San Bernardino City Mayor; Virginia Marquez, 15th Ward City Counsel Member of San Bernardino and Graham Espley-Jones, Western Community Housing President.
As a leader in the senior housing industry, Western Seniors Housing, Inc., which manages Magnolia at 9th, is committed to raising the level of quality senior housing in the industry through thoughtful management programs geared toward maintaining a high level of satisfaction for the owners, operators and residents of senior apartment communities.
“We are thrilled to be able to offer beautiful, quality, affordable housing designed for seniors age 62+, with many amenities,” said Anthony Sandoval, President of Western Seniors Housing, about the comforts and tranquil living conditions that the community has to offer.
The Magnolia at 9th Senior Apartments boasts a brand new 2,500 square foot community room where residents may enjoy relaxation and companionship amongst themselves or their guests.
“The completion of this project also helps the City of San Bernardino deliver more quality affordable senior housing units. San Bernardino is approximately 1,000 units short and these 119 units help meet that state requirement,” said former Mayor Patrick Morris.
Judi Penman, President and Chief Executive Officer at San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce leads Mayor Davis, Councilmember Marquez and Aaron Mandel from developer Meta Housing Corp and community members in the Magnolia at 9th Street Senior Housing Official Ribbon Cutting.
The $21 million project also comes with exceptional programs for seniors and a sustainable design using “green building” principles designed to exceed existing energy efficiency by more than one-third. The City of San Bernardino is a partner in the project contributing $7.1 million in redevelopment housing funds.
(Left to Right) Virgina Marquez, 15th Ward City Counsel Member of San Bernardino and Anthony Sandoval, Western Senior Housing President discuss the apartments beauty in the court yard.
“We also partner with an organization like EngAGE, to provide programs for seniors that help them maintain a healthier and happier lifestyle. Providing seniors with opportunities to stay connected and active is essential,” said Meta Housing Corp. Vice President Aaron Mandel.
For example, in the computer center, seniors who have never used a computer before learn how to keep in-touch and interact with their children and grandkids.
“We are thrilled to be able to deliver this beautiful senior housing project to San Bernardino,” said Mandel. “About 38 seniors have moved is and are enjoying their apartments. Rents range from $494 to $807 a month depending on income and availability.”
“Overall, above and beyond the technology, amenities and structure itself, seniors will find a great place they can come to call home and their families can rest assured that their parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles are enjoying their senior years in comfort and good company,” said Mandel.
“We are very excited to bring another great senior apartment community to San Bernardino and the region,” said Mandel. “We look forward to delivering more quality, affordable multi-family housing projects in partnerships with the county and cities in the next few years.”
The developer for this project is Meta Housing Corporation and Western Community Housing Corporation. The general contractor is Optimus Construction and the architect is Ken Stockton. Western Seniors Housing provides property management and EngAge delivers senior programs.
(Left to Right) Judi Penman, President and Chief Executive Officer at San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce and Rikke Van Johnson, 6th Ward City Counsel Member of San Bernardino.
For more information or to reserve a spot call the Magnolia at 9th Street Senior Apartments at (909) 388.1203.
Carl M. Dameron Founder and Creative Director of Dameron Communications interviewed on KVCR.
Published On : 2/19/2014
By : Ken Vincent
From : KVCR
Categories : Local, Business
KVCR commemorates African-American history month by hearing about the history of trying to get nonprofit government and other small groups with small budgets to realize the importance of public relations. KVCR’s Ken Vincent talks with San Bernardino PR pro, Carl M. Dameron.
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Published On : 2/26/2014 7:30 AM
Dr. Judy White, superintendent of the Moreno Valley Unified School District
By : Ken Vincent
From : KVCR
Categories : A few years ago, the Moreno Valley schools were in trouble. However, under the leadership of Superintendent Dr. Judy White, the Moreno Valley Unified School District has dramatically turned around, and now has received applause from state education officials, the state teachers’ union, local businesses, and parents of kids who attend Moreno Valley schools. KVCR’s Ken Vincent has a conversation with Superintendent White about how she and the community have pulled together the elements of success in the Moreno Valley School District.
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(San Bernardino, CA) Looking for a great speaker on advertising and public relations? Choose Carl Dameron, Creative Director of Dameron Communications. He is funny, direct and delivers actionable information you can put to work right away!
The LaGrant Foundation selected Carl M. Dameron, founder and creative director of Dameron Communications to host its first Inland Empire career development workshop for students interested in pursuing a career in advertising or public relations. The Delta Sigma Theta Sorority cosponsors the workshop. Photo by Robert A. Whitehead/CSUSB
Carl has more than 30 years of successful experience driving national and regional advertising and public relations.
Carl is available to speak on several advertising and public relations topics including:
- Advertising – How to create Advertising that works from flyers to TV commercials and everything in between
- Public Relations – How to get media coverage and increase the positive perception of your organization
- Government Relations – How to get elected officials to listen and how to leverage their network
- Community Relations – How get the community to support your goals and objectives
Call 909) 534-9500 today to book your presentation.
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