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Tiller Days Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, October 1, 2016

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The Tustin Chamber of Commerce is proud to present: The Tiller Days Pancake Breakfast.
Join us and enjoy warm, fluffy pancakes, sausage, orange juice, and coffee before the Tiller Days Parade!

We will be serving this delicious breakfast on Saturday, October 1st from 7:30 AM – 9:30 AM at the Tustin Library Courtyard : 300 Centennial Way.

Breakfast is $5.00 per person. Groups of 5 or more is $4 per person when purchased in advanced.

Purchase tickets here: http://business.tustinchamber.org/events/

Questions? Call The Tustin Chamber of Commerce at 714-544-5341

 

Join Our Local Softball Team

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The Tustin Chamber of Commerce is excited to present you with the opportunity to join our community softball team! On Wednesday nights, starting in September 2016 until December 2016, the team will play in a lower level league at Tustin Sports & Columbus Tustin Park. There are currently sixteen spots available in our roster. Chamber members pay a one-time fee of $30 while non-chamber members pay a one-time fee of $50.  For more information regarding this opportunity call the Tustin Chamber of Commerce at 714-544-5341.

City of Tustin Recognizes Brian Penny

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On June 21, 2016, the Tustin City Council recognized Brian Penny for his incredible service as Chairman of the Tustin Chamber of Commerce 2015-2016 Board. As his term came to a close, this acknowledgment awarded the on-going development Brian enacted as Chairman of the Tustin Chamber of Commerce Board and paved a path for future relations between the Tustin City Council and Chamber of Commerce. The Tustin Chamber of Commerce extends a warm thank you to the Tustin City Council for its affirmation on the progress and hard work we have achieved in the last year. We hope to continue this progress to enhance the relationships between businesses, non-profit organizations, the city government and the community at-large.