Take Advantage of the Crossroads
Corona, California is at the crossroads of evolution and transformation. As the leading edge in facilitating professional, courteous and efficient delivery of municipal services; the City is developing partnerships which bridge the gap between the public and private concerns. By setting the table for the next millennium, the City of Corona is enhancing and revitalizing the business sector positioning them for success.
In doing so, the City of Corona works for its business community by progressively providing the highest quality of life and an environment where business can thrive. Corona's convenient location at the junction of SR-91 and I-15 freeways provides retailers the daily trips required for premium sites and industrial users the transportation corridors which allow easy movement of goods and services.
The City of Corona economic development team is sponsoring the “Winning Business Financing Series: Practical Tips to Find and Get Lender and Investor Funding.” This series will be provided on three successive Wednesday mornings, March 19th, March 26th, and April 2nd.
Performance Car Tuner Saleen Turns Electric
The last and smallest American automotive OEM announced it is developing an electric, but what kind and for what market remains cloaked in secrecy.
Speculation runs rampant on what Steve Saleen has in store for the EV world since announcing his company is planning to introduce an electric car. Officially the smallest American original equipment manufacturer allowed to build motor vehicles to federal government standards, according to Wikipedia, the Corona, California company has focused on high-performance cars, converting some 8000 Ford Mustangs into tire-burners, as well as building limited production supercars like the signature S7 pictured above.
The Inland Valleys Employer Advisory Council in partnership with the Employment Development Department is hosting a Certification Training: Harassment Prevention.
Harassment lawsuits are on the rise in California, and California law AB 1825 requires supervisors of companies with more than 50 employees to receive training and be certified n sexual harassment prevention every two years. Through an interactive training session, labor law attorney William Betley will cover the required information for companies to stay in compliance.
Carlsbad, Calif.—California-based WESTliving has announced its plan to build an independent, assisted living and memory care seniors community in an upscale area of South Corona, Calif., in Riverside County.
Groundbreaking for master-planned Estancia Del Sol community is expected to begin this month with completion targeted for early 2015. Corona, Calif., is located about 50 miles southeast of Los Angeles and boasts an average high temperature of 79.4 degrees.
UFC GYM® is pleased to announce the opening of a second 24-hour gym in Corona, Calif. continuing to impact the way people approach fitness and TRAIN DIFFERENT®. UFC GYM South Corona will be located at 265 E. Ontario Ave., at the corner of Main St. and Ontario Ave., and is scheduled to open in January 2014. An enrollment center is now open at the gym, where memberships are available at special pre-opening discounts. To find out more about UFC GYM South Corona call (951) 547-0166 or visit ufcgym.com/southcorona.
RIVERSIDE, CA (BRAIN) — Jenson USA will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its first brick-and-mortar store this Saturday. The festivities are scheduled to take place at the company’s superstore in Corona, California.
Michael Cachat, founder and CEO of Jenson USA, said: “It was the first weekend in November 2003 when we opened a 2,000-square-foot retail store inside our then-corporate headquarters in Ontario, California. It wasn’t long, however, until we outgrew that space and made the decision to secure a 6,000-square-foot storefront visible to the much-traveled 91 Riverside Freeway in Corona. That location also afforded us easy access to the Santa Ana River Trail, which is a popular destination for thousands of Southern California cyclists year-round."
Corona’s west side developed into an aeronautic cluster because of highly skilled workers.
R&D, Medical & Technology
Corona's location and access to major universities in Southern California allows for this cluster to continue growing.
The intersection of two major transportation corridors allows this industry to foster new ideas from Corona.
Corona's ability to design creative programs for the processing industry allows for new companies to relocate.