Come to San Bernardino CA Enterprise Zone Workshop on May 20, 2010

Today in the Fontana Herald News, there is a short article announcing an upcoming workshop in San Bernardino.  Here’s the announcement in full.
If you are interested, please take special note of the RSVP requirement in the last paragraph.
The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone and Southern California Edison will educate local business owners on how they can save money on their utility bills during a workshop on May 20.
Persons interested in attending this event must RSVP by May 18 by calling Wendy Clements at (909) 382-4100, ext. 230. For more information, visit
The event will be from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the City of San Bernardino Economic Development Agency, 201 North E Street, Suite 301 in San Bernardino.
The workshop will highlight various programs and services that local utility companies have made available to businesses.
Topics will include on-site energy audits, express efficiency audits and customized programs. These incentives can yield significant cost saving for business owners that may not be aware of them.
The San Bernardino Valley Enterprise Zone is organizing this workshop in an effort to help businesses cope with the challenges of the economy. Additionally, the Enterprise zone offers a series of business and tax incentives that can help employers lower the cost of doing business by thousands of dollars annually. The program is one of the tools and resources businesses can lean on to remain stable and grow during these turbulent economic times. Employers that operate within the zone may be eligible.
If you have questions about California’s enterprise zone program, or are finally ready to stop overpaying your CA state income taxes, please call me or send me an email.  I’ll answer your questions and point you in the  right direction.  Vaughn Hromiko, (800) 655-5281, Ext 101 or  Have a great day!

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