shop corona feb 19-22 see section b business news online @ iebusinessreview . com i nland e mpire B uSineSS p uBlicationS llc 11875 Pigeon Pass Road, Suite B13-SMV Moreno Valley, CA 92557 TAKE ME HOME! Local Postal Customer PRSRT STD ECRWSS U.S. POSTAGE EDDM-RETAIL T HE I NLAND E MPIRE VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2 PAID B USINESS R EVIEW ™ SERVING THE INLAND EMPIRE BUSINESS COMMUNITY February 2016 The first quarter’s luncheon for the Corona Chamber of Commerce titled “Dream and Achieve”, will feature speaker Jeffrey Barnes, renowned author and professor at California Baptist University. Slated for Friday, February 19 at 11:30am in the beautiful banquet hall of Eagle Glen Golf Club (1800 Eagle Glen Parkway), the event will include recognition for the following businesses: Award of Excellence in Manufactur-ing will be ESL Power Systems, Inc.; Award of Excellence in Retail will be Eduardo’s Mexi-can Restaurant; Award of Excel-lence in Service will be Living Better Strategies 101 and the Chairman’s Award will be presented to Tracy Mauser of Peppermint. Corona Chamber of Sand and Sunlight: End of Commerce Presents the Fossil Age and Global “Dream and Achieve” Conflict Over Oil B y L es H amasaki , green tecHnoLogy eDitor Infinite free energy lies in the world’s grains of sand – silicon --and the stream of light from the sun above. These sources of infinite free energy are acceler -ating the end of the fossil fuel age and, with that, the long glob-al conflict over oil. The world is transitioning from the Indus-trial Revolution powered with coal and oil to the Green Digi-tal Revolution powered with solar energy and empowered by Information Technology (IT). Central to this will be the success of the UN-coordinat-ed global climate conference in Paris in December, COP 21, where 195 countries signed the Climate Change Accord 21 to keep global temperatures Registration is $65 per member, table of 10 is $600; nonmember pricing is $75 per person. Log on to CORO-NAchamber.org or call 951-737-3350. Matching the theme of “Dream and Achieve”, The Wisdom of Walt which has taken storm throughout South-ern California, will captivate the minds of those attending. [See CORONA Page 4] "well below" 2.0C (3.6F) above pre-industrial times and "endeavor to limit" them even more, to 1.5C, and to limit the amount of greenhouse gases emitted by human activity to the same levels that trees, soil, and oceans can absorb natu-rally, beginning at some point between 2050 and 2100. The [See SAND Page 4] SPECIAL ALERT: 91 Project in Corona Saving or Investing: Is There a Difference? to Require Weekend Full Closure B D H of Eastbound and Westbound 91 Between the 71 and I-15 y amon arris 9 pm , friday , february 19 to 4 am , monday , february 22, 2016 As part of the Riverside Coun-ty Transportation Commis-sion's (RCTC) 91 Project, there will be a 55-hour weekend full closure of the 91 in both direc-tions between the 71 and I-15 in Corona from 9 pm, Friday, February 19 to 4 am, Monday, February 22, 2016. This closure, branded “91 Steer Clear,” is needed to perform three major construc-tion activities: 1. Demolish the west side of the Maple Street Bridge over the 91 2. Install support beams for the new westbound Maple Street flyover ramp bridge 3. Pave the new eastbound 91 alignment near I-15 By fully closing the road-way, these significant construc -tion efforts can be consolidated into one weekend, rather than multiple weekends or extending this over a month of weeknight closures. The full closure also will help ensure the safety of construction crews and the trav-eling public by eliminating cars and construction equipment on the road at the same time. To minimize travel delays and impacts during the closure, RCTC strongly recommends that motorists plan ahead and completely avoid travel on and near the 91 in Corona or stay home. If travel cannot be avoided, motorists can use the 57, 60 and I-10 as alternate routes. Motorists traveling on the 91, 71 or I-15 near the project area during the closure period can expect delays of three to four hours. Please see detour map below. A public meeting will be held Saturday, Feb. 6 from 9 am to noon at the Corona Public Library, 650 S. Main Street, Corona to provide more Financially speaking, the terms "saving" and "investing" are often used interchangeably. But the concepts behind these terms actually have some important differences. Understanding these differences and taking advantage of them may help you in working toward financial goals for you and your family. deposit. Savings instruments generally earn interest. Howev-er, the likely tradeoff for liquidi-ty and security is typically lower returns. i nveSting S aving [See ALERT Page 2] You may want to set aside money for a specific, identifiable expense. You park this money someplace relatively safe and liquid so you can get the amount you want when you need it. "Savings are usually put into the safest places, or products, that allow you access to your money at any time. Savings products include savings accounts, check-ing accounts, and certificates of While a return of your money may be an important objective, your goal might be to realize a return on your money. Using your money to buy assets with the objective of receiving a profit or gain is generally referred to as investing. Think of investing as putting your money to work for you--in return for a potentially higher return, you accept a great-er degree of risk. With invest-ing, you don't know whether or when you'll realize a gain. The money you invest usually is [See SAVINGS Page 5] January 2016 OVERALL TOP PRODUCERS 12220 Pigeon Pass Rd,. Suite 0 Moreno Valley, CA 92557 951-488-8644 Alex Gonzalez Danny Ibarra Albert Sainz Patricia H. Lopez Arturo Serrano
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