Tips to Save on Back-to-School Shopping

CONSIDER THIS: According to a Deloitte survey, back-to-school season has become the second-biggest shopping season of the year in the United States. American households were expected to spend about $27.6 billion on clothes and supplies for the new school year in 2018. Nationally, 62 percent of parents plan to begin back-to-school shopping before August, according…
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Is Your Website Accomplishing Your Goals?

Whether you use your website to provide information, find new leads or make online sales, you need to know as much about your online visitors as possible. Behavior patterns once a visitor reaches your site can let you know what content is working, where your audience comes from and more. Here are three helpful web…
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Is Discrimination Present in Your Small Business Hiring Practices?

Discrimination at work is making the news quite often these days, but typically, the stories focus on discrimination against people who have already been hired. Just as important, but less often discussed, are the rules that apply to discrimination in hiring. If a job candidate who doesn’t get hired suspects they were rejected for a…
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Let the Whittier Chamber be part of your Summer/Fall marketing plan!

The Whittier Chamber produces a Community Resource Magazine twice a year which features a business directory where all Whittier Chamber members are listed for free as a benefit of membership. We are now working on the Summer/Fall issue and we don’t want you to miss this chance to invest your marketing dollars in ways that…
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Noticeable Signs of Alcoholism

Despite the recent emphasis on opiate addiction and related deaths, alcohol still kills more people in our country than all the other illicit drugs combined.  According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, an estimated 88,000 people (approximately 62,000 men and 26,000 women) die from alcohol-related causes annually, making alcohol the third leading…
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