Eclipse Water Sports is a mobile business. They exclusively rent Hobie Mirage Eclipse pedal boards, a product like no other water sports product. It is extremely difficult to find facilities that rent them. These pedal boards are wider than traditional paddle boards. Customers find them very easy to balance. Within 5-10 minutes they become an expert.
Visitors to Oxnard can enhance their vacation year-round with this totally unique California experience. It is great exercise and great fun. They guarantee customers will have a wonderful time. The Hobie Mirage Eclipse makes it so simple to just step off the shore and onto the water.
Their most popular service is 30 min for $20 during the Winter Season. They also offer longer intervals: 60min, 90min, and 2 hours.
Still need convincing? The Hobie Mirage pedal board burns 100s of calories an hour. Your entire body is engaged in the activity. Just step right on and start pedaling.
Need to reduce stress? Find your center. Effortlessly pedal. Carve through the water. Every session dissolves stress and improves mental health.
Bored of the same routine? Explore your favorite locations in an entirely new way. Surround yourself with nature. Pedal further. Go Faster. Now you will be able to explore the entire Channel Islands Harbor in less time.
Come out and try it. Create wonderful memories with your friends and family.
For more information visit their website at www.eclipsewatersports.com
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Braveheart Brewing LLC is craft beer wholesale distributor and brand owner of their new line of central OR brewed beers that not only taste good but does good.
Veteran owned and veteran brewed, Braveheart developed it’s brand in association with four national military – veteran nonprofit organizations. The brand line up consists of a POW-MIA Pilsner supporting the POW-MIA Families Foundation; a Frogman Imperial Red supporting the Seal Family Foundation, an Intrepid Hero IPA supporting the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and a Semper Fi American Wheat Ale supporting the O3XX Foundation.
Braveheart goal is to raise awareness of these wonderful organizations and support them with proceeds from the sales of the Braveheart line up.
Braveheart introduced its line in Bend/Redmond OR this year and the reception was better than expected. They are currently in talks with OR distributors who see how important the message and support Braveheart is providing to its non-profit associates and want to be a part of what may be the beginning of a national brand that benefits non-profits organization 24/7 through the enjoyment of craft beer. Their goal for CA is to develop interest in their brand and find a quality wholesale distributor to partner with to facilitate Braveheart’s expansion. From CA Braveheart plans are to continue it’s expansion throughout the US.
Economic Development Collaborative Opens Post-Fire Business Recovery Center to Serve LA and Ventura Counties
The Economic Development Collaborative, as host of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), will open a Small Business Administration Business Recovery Center at its offices in Camarillo. The center will provide a wide range of free services, from specialized consulting to disaster loans, to businesses impacted by the region’s wildfires.
Located at 4001 Mission Oaks Blvd., Suite B, in Camarillo, the Center will operate Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. No appointment is needed, and all services are free of charge. The Center will be closed on Thanksgiving, Nov. 22.
The office will serve all areas affected by recent wildfires, from Malibu and Westlake Village to Simi Valley and the San Fernando Valley. “We’re grateful that our collaboration with the LA SBDC network enabled us to get up and running quickly because the property damage, job and income loss, and other economic hardship hits hard, fast and with deep impacts throughout the community,” said Ray Bowman, director of the SBDC hosted by the EDC.
As a one-stop help center, business owners and managers can receive specialized one-on-one services to help them re-establish their operations and overcome the effects of the disaster. They also can learn how to apply for an SBA disaster loan, which can help finance their recovery. “Services include assessing business working capital needs, evaluating the business’s strength, cash flow projections, loan application assistance and counseling on the options and best course of action to move forward,” said Bowman.
Businesses of any size and private, nonprofit organizations may borrow up to $2 million to repair or replace damaged or destroyed real estate, machinery and equipment, inventory and other business assets not covered or fully covered by insurance, Bowman said. In addition, there are other specialized loans available for small businesses and nonprofits that did not have property damage but suffered economic injury due to the fires.
Business owners who are unable to visit the Business Recovery Center in Camarillo may apply online using the SBA’s secure website at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela.
For more information on the EDC’s Business Recovery Center and its services, visit https://edcollaborative.com/business-disaster-recovery-resources/.
EDC is a private, nonprofit organization that serves as a business-to-government liaison to assist businesses in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles counties by offering programs that enhance the economic vitality of the region. For more information about the Small Business Development Center, loan programs, manufacturing outreach and international trade programs, or other services available to small businesses through EDC, contact Bruce Stenslie at 805-384-1800 ext. 24 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit www.edcollaborative.com.
From The Earth, Ventura County’s first adult-use dispensary, opened its doors to the public on the 4th of July. Operating multiple locations throughout California, From The Earth offers a large selection of products ranging from flowers, concentrates, tinctures, topicals, accessories, vape pens and edibles. Fully city and state licensed, the dispensary owner’s and employees pride themselves on the education of quality and practical application for a myriad of medicinal and recreational usages. With the understanding that shopping for cannabis can be an intimidating experience, From The Earth provides every customer with one-on-one attention from their sales associate. This one-on-one approach ensures every customer’s shopping experience is private, comfortable, educational, and of course, fun. Whether individuals are shopping for recreational or medical purposes, whether individuals are setting out on their 1st or 500th cannabis experience, when shopping at From The Earth, every experience is catered directly to meet each individual’s unique needs. Located at 2675 N. Ventura Road in Port Hueneme, the dispensary is open for business from 9 am to 9 pm daily.
MWS Wire Industries was founded in 1968 in Canoga Park, California, under the name Magnet Wire Supply Company as an independent distributor of film insulated copper wire (magnet wire), engineered alloy and plated wire for manufacturers of aerospace components, computer memory devices, sensors, specialized motors, transformers, solenoids and related electromagnetic components. In 1973 MWS purchased a building in Chatsworth where it began manufacturing custom engineered wires to complement the distribution operation and in 1979 the company name was changed to MWS Wire Industries. As the business thrived a new facility was built in Westlake Village where MWS has operated the past 37 years. In that time the product line expanded with the revival of a vintage insulation formulation for electric guitar pickup wire, micro-diameter insulated wire used in ‘smart catheters’ for minimally invasive surgical procedures and a variety of engineered products used in industrial, automotive and aeronautic devices. In 2014 MWS was acquired by Elektrisola, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of fine gauge copper magnet wire. Last year the company purchased a 5.7 acre lot in the McInnes Ranch Business Park in Oxnard and has developed plans for a 60,000 square foot manufacturing and warehouse building projected to open in 2019. With 49 employees having an average tenure of 21 years, MWS Wire Industries looks forward to many more years of growth and success as a member of the business community in Oxnard.
Additional information about MWS Wire Industries is available at www.mwswire.com