Sponsors
Billabong ▼ -0.005 | PPR - 0 | American Apparel ▼ 0.000 | The Buckle ▲ +0.66 | Columbia ▲ +0.36 | Deckers Outdoor ▲ +1.92 | Dicks ▲ +0.78 | Foot Locker ▲ +1.03 | Genesco ▲ +1.62 | Iconix Brand Group ▲ +0.72 | Jarden Corp ▲ +1.48 | Nordstrom ▲ +1.57 | Luxottica ▲ +0.29 | Nike ▲ +1.74 | Pacific Sunwear ▼ -0.01 | Skullcandy ▲ +0.08 | Sport Chalet - 0 | Urban Outfitters ▲ +0.05 | VF Corp ▲ +2.71 | Quiksilver ▲ +0.07 | Zumiez ▲ +1.26 | Macys ▲ +1.31 | Tillys ▲ +0.26 |
Readers Say
Executive Edition is a must have
Executive Edition is a must have

Before Shop-Eat-Surf, there were two sites I paid for premium content on. One is Surfline, the other is the Wall Street Journal. One is about all things surf, the other, the best business content site in the world. Shop-eat-surf is the intersection of those two worlds. Shop-Eat-Surf provides everything from coverage of events, people, brands and trends. However, beyond the Executive Edition "wall" is more meaty analysis and interpretation of financial statements, business models and brand philosophies; why certain brands and companies are succeeding, where others aren't. The Executive Edition is a must have read if the business of surf and action sports are on your radar screen.

- By Jeff Berg, Co-owner, Surfline
Executive Edition rules
Executive Edition rules

“Shop-Eat-Surf” is now officially, the first stop in the morning for industry news. Accurate reporting, no sensationalism, and just the facts. Refreshing support to an incredible industry with a very bright future. Tiffany has cemented her role in the industry....the site is thought provoking, and inspirational. Learning the stories of others is incredibly useful. Great way to connect the retail community with the wholesale and financial, instantly and nationwide. ... And the Executive Edition rules.

- By Bob Hurley, Chairman, Hurley International
Industry Insight

SDSI recaps FundSource OR success. Four reasons for B2B companies to embrace ecomm from NuORDER.

Details on Industry Insight.


Tiffany Montgomery
Print This Article

The Casino San Clemente Open House, July 31 from noon to 4 p.m.

By
July 14, 2010 5:30 AM

Press Release:

San Clemente, CA - The doors to the historic Casino San Clemente will be opening on Saturday, July 31, from noon-4pm, for a community Open House and celebration of the Casino’s 73rd birthday. The original “Grand Opening” in 1937 featured the Sterling Orchestra and thousands of guests dancing in the iconic Casino ballroom. Over the years legendary Hollywood stars such as Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, Cesar Romero, Dorothy Lamour and Vivien Leigh were known to have visited the Casino and enjoyed live entertainment in the Spanish Village by the Sea.

“We can’t let a Casino birthday celebration pass us by”, states General Manager, Kelly Roemer. “We’re excited to feature local San Clemente singer Elizabeth Lamers and her jazz quartet on the ballroom stage, the Jason Foster and Jason Toney acoustic duo on the Patio of the Stars, free light bites from our favorite San Clemente restaurants and the entire Rock Garden will become a children’s play area with bounce house and Bubble Mania fun.”

New owners, Linda and Shaheen Sadeghi (of projects the LAB and the CAMP), continue to work on renovations to the historic Casino as a community event and entertainment center, but felt it was time to celebrate after years of the building being shuttered under previous owners. “This is our chance to say ‘thank you!’ to the local community who has supported our restoration of this incredible building”, states Linda Sadeghi. “With free birthday cupcakes, classic movies, popcorn and live music, what else could a birthday party want?” There will also be tours of the Casino as it is now open for booking private parties and events since receiving Coastal Commission approval in late April.

For further information, please contact Kelly Roemer at kelly@thecasinosanclemente.com, via phone at 949-632-5605 or linda@thelab.com.

A special thanks to the following sponsors: The Vine, Iva Lee’s, Carbonara’s, Sugar Blossom Bake Shop, Sambazon and Kona Ice.

 


Articles You Might Have Missed