Opportunity to Showcase Your Business at Live on Green Just…

The organizer of the Live on Green event at the Pasadena Convention Center is offering exhibit space to local attractions, retailers and companies during the event. 

This is your invitation to have local Pasadena Businesses Meet and Greet the Fans and Visitors of Pasadena Tournament of Roses, Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game!

COVID-19 Update for December 5, 2022-Cases, the Economy,…

Cases: The 7-day average number of coronavirus patients at Huntington Health in Pasadena has spiked dramatically in recent days, lagging but mirroring to an extent Los Angeles County’s steady increases in daily infections and hospitalizations since the beginning of November.

Romanesque Room Hosts Holiday Party December 15th

Romanesque Room Holiday Party invitation

President's Breakfast honoring Amy Wainscott and the…

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce will honor Tournament of Roses Association President Amy Wainscott at the annual President’s Breakfast at the Hilton Pasadena on Tuesday, December 6, 2022. Breakfast begins at 7:30 a.m. followed by a festive celebratory program.

The New York Times has tips for getting around higher…

A pricier Black Friday

If it feels as if the holiday shopping season started earlier this year, that’s because it did. In the past, it traditionally started today — on Black Friday. But this fall, retailers began trying to lure shoppers earlier: Amazon, Best Buy and Target, for example, started offering deals tailored to the holidays or Black Friday in October.

COVID-19 Update for November 28, 2022-Cases, the Econony…

CasesPasadena Public Health Department case counts show the seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Pasadena has risen from 18.4 cases on Nov. 1 to 30.1 cases on Nov. 23, an increase of 63.5%.

As of Friday, 5 patients were in Huntington Health’s ICU, of whom 60% were vaccinated. The hospital reported 23 COVID-positive patients in all, of whom 61% were vaccinated.

Support Our Local Nonprofits on Giving Tuesday

Tuesday is a day to open your wallets to something besides holiday shopping.

For ten years, Giving Tuesday has focused charitable giving on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

Please consider supporting a local nonprofit this Tuesday with a donation of any size.

For a list of Chamber member non-profits, you can click here. 

Lookout for Holiday Scams - Thanks PasadenaNOW for…

Every year, thousands of people become victims of holiday scams. Scammers can rob you of hard-earned money, personal information, and, at the very least, a festive mood.

The two most prevalent of these holiday scams are non-delivery and non-payment crimes. In a non-delivery scam, a buyer pays for goods or services they find online, but those items are never received. Conversely, a non-payment scam involves goods or services being shipped, but the seller is never paid.

COVID-19 (and more) Update for November 21, 2022-Cases, a…

Cases: Pasadena Reported 36 new cases and no fatalities from COVD-19 on Thursday. 

2,200 new COVID cases logged in LA County, with 8 more deaths. According to state figures, there were 666 COVID-positive patients in county hospitals as of Friday, up from 648 on Thursday. Of those patients, 74 were being treated in intensive care, down from 77 the previous day.

Happy Thanksgiving-There is Much to be Grateful For-And…

Happy Thanksgiving-enjoy the day with family and friends.

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Pasadena Chamber Members Recognized as Best at What They Do…

Pasadena Chamber of Commerce members are among the best at what they do.

Some were recently recognized for contributions to the community as Women Achievers by Business Life Magazine. Acknowledged were:

Bobbi Abram, Executive Director of the Pasadena City College Foundation

Nancy Davidson, Executive Director of the Foundation for Living Beauty, and