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Don't miss the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce's April Networking Mixer at Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is celebrating 25 years in the Inland Valley on Wednesday, April 19. Food and drinks will be provided by E.A.T Extraordinary Artisan Table and Kalifornia Distilleries, Inc. Click...

Join us for the March Mixer hosted by Assistance League of Temecula Valley! Enjoy great food, prize drawings, entertainment, networking and more! Complimentary admission for TVCC Members and $20 for non-members to attend. ...

On Saturday, February 18, 2017, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Awards Gala at Pechanga Resort & Casino. This premier event was a memorable night of elegance and excitement, with over 600 attendees. The evening included dinner, an extravagant silent auction, live...

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has released the new Form I-9 which requires all employers to use the new form as of January 22, 2017.   Previous versions of the I-9 form that have expired shall no longer be used. The USCIS has indicated...

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NOMINEES Each year the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce honors exceptional businesses, service/charitable organizations, and individuals with the title of Business or Citizen of the Year, during the annual Awards Gala. Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce members nominated businesses, and individuals they felt...

Some business owners might say their schedule is demanding enough at the moment, and the thought of adding one more activity to their busy calendar is unbearable. So why should they try to cram time into their already hectic schedules to join and actively participate in...

Shop Small is a nationwide movement to celebrate small businesses every day and to help communities thrive. Created by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday® is the cornerstone of American Express Shop Small efforts. While Small Business Saturday is highlighted as a special day when we can show our support as a...

Numerous business priorities remain to be considered by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. once they pass enrollment, the phase of the legislative process when bills are proofed and prepared for delivery to the Governor, according to the California Chamber of Commerce summary of the status...