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"Our travel programs have been popular for years because of the spectacular locations, professional in-country guides, and great value," said Hayward Chamber of Commerce President Kim Huggett. "Plus our excursions are safe and secure. Recent trips have been to China, Spain, Italy, Ireland and Thailand. Join us July 29 for a glimpse of why traveling with the Hayward Chamber of Commerce is so popular."
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The Small Business Development Center in partnership with the city of Hayward and the Hayward Chamber of Commerce will offer a workshop on "Merchandising for the Holiday Season" on Wednesday, Aug. 20 from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Hayward City Hall, 777 B St. Owning a retail store is much more than simply leasing a space, adding products you like and waiting for the customers to flock. It is primarily about understanding your local target audience and most importantly, moving product. During the holidays these elements become amplified because of the seasonal offerings and the limited window of opportunity. Join our seminar as we discuss merchandising and product strategies to grow your business. Topics will include: creating a holiday marketing plan; leveraging traditional and new marketing tools to increase holiday sales; holiday marketing tips; using the holidays to increase the value of your brand.
This is the third of a series of four workshops available to Hayward entrepreneurs. For more information go to this website.
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The final event in the 2014 downtown Hayward Street Party season will be Thursday, Aug. 21, with bands on four stages, a classic car show, street entertainers, food, and family fun. The party will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on B Street between Foothill Blvd and City Hall on Watkins Street.
The list of bands for Aug. 21 features salsa-influenced Patron on the Bank of the West stage, classic rockabilly of Royal Deuces at The Bistro patio stage at B and Main Streets, Third Sol on the Newman Park stage at B Street and Mission Boulevard, and the Hayward High School Marching Band at B and Watkins streets near City Hall Plaza.