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100 Cities For Change: National Business Directory
The U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce’s national business directoryoffers the
superior exposure your business needs and deserves.The directory shares your company profile, drives customers to your social networking channels, and features links to videos which strengthen credibility while increasing your brand’s visibility.
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U.S. Green Chamber Of Commerce Featured In The Daily Transcript
The U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce was born just over a year ago, when its predecessor, the Green Chamber of San Diego County, announced plans for a nationwide expansion.
This drive for national growth sprouted from our commitment to sharing our core principles with a broader audience. We continue to honor education and advocacy, while highlighting the people and companies who practice sustainable initiatives, turning ideals into action.
“And it worked,” said David Steel, Chief Executive Officer for the nonprofit group, which is now more than 500 members strong, including San Francisco-basedEcotality Inc., theCohn Restaurant Groupand several large hotels on both the East and West coasts.
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USGCC’s Peter Zahn Weighs In On The Solana Beach Plastic Bag Ban
Following the lead of local governments in other parts of California, Solana Beach has become the first city in San Diego County to introduce an ordinance prohibiting stores and restaurants from providing plastic shopping bags to their customers at the point of sale.