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    The Corona Chamber promotes business, advocacy, community and economic development while serving as a catalyst for improving the overall quality of life in our community and region.


  • Corona Business News - Part of the Inland Empire Business Review

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  • Hear our Installation and Award Winners.

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      Lifetime Achievement Award: Bob Hemborg
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      Lifetime Achievement Award: Sally Carlson
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      Lifetime Achievement Award: John Downs
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      Lifetime Achievement Award: Herb Spiegel
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      Award of Excellence: Manufacturer - Thoro
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      Award of Excellence: Service - Waste Management
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      Award of Excellence: Retail - TAPS Fish House & Brewery
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      Non-Profit Award: Corona - Norco Family YMCA
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      Rising Star Award: Katie Moore
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      Making a Difference Award: Cari Smith
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      Ambassador of the Year - 2015: Rick Brent
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      Citizen of the Year - 2015: Mary Ann Sherman
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      Chairman's Award - 2015: Mike Ryan
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      Outgoing Chairman of the Board
  • Valentine's Day is a Good Reminder to Love the Earth with Recycling and Waste Reduction

    Waste Management recommends alternatives to traditional tokens of affection that make the holiday of red and pink a little greener

    CORONA, Calif.- Feb. 2, 2016– Whether a hopeless romantic or a cynic, Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to show love to the Earth, the one who takes care of each of us, by being environmentally conscientious. Valentine’s Day cards are exchanged annually, which can contribute to a spike in annual waste production. This holiday, Waste Management urges the public to consider eco-friendly gifts for loved ones, and to follow simple recycling guidelines to love the Earth, too. “When you consider what goes into a card or some flowers, it’s easy to understand that a few small changes can make a big difference for the environment,” said Eloisa Orozco, spokesperson for Waste Management of Southern California. “You can be good to your loved ones and the environment on Valentine’s Day. It just takes a little creativity, planning and Cupid’s green arrow.”

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  • Corona Business Leaders Fight for Business in D.C.

    Traveling on their own resources and taking time away from the busy family and work commitments, a dozen members of Corona’s business community just completed a trip to our nation’s Capital to lobby for more common sense regulations, long term tax reform that rewards job creation, and continued growth at the NAVSEA Corona Division Navy base.


  • Special Notice: Weekend Closures of Main Street Aug 28 - September 2015

    Please click the link below to see all updates for the 91 project:

    Link to 91 project


  • 91 Project

    As part of the Riverside County Transportation Commission's 91 Project, temporary closures and restricted access of the Main Street roadway and ramps will begin in late August to allow crews to lower and widen the roadway.