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North County Business Briefs, Sept. 5

CARLSBAD

Carlsbad-based company expands

BodyBuzz, a mobile personal training company, recently expanded to La Jolla, UTC, Carmel Valley, 4S Ranch, Rancho Bernardo, Fairbanks Ranch, La Costa and Olivenhain. Based in Carlsbad, BodyBuzz specializes in whole-body electromyostimulation technology to provide more effective workout results in less time. The low-impact, full-body workouts use a muscle-stimulating suit that sends low-level impulses to major muscle groups, triggering muscle contractions. BodyBuzz sessions use FDA-cleared equipment and are conducted by a certified trainer. Besides the eight new areas, BodyBuzz also serves Carlsbad, Encinitas, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Oceanside and Leucadia. Visit https://www.bodybuzzfit.com; call (888) 842-2899.

Senior Expo postponed until February

The “Older & Bolder Expo” planned for Sept. 18 at St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church has been postponed until Feb. 26 because of the recent surge in COVID-19 cases. The free event from the Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce was planned to educate and raise awareness about the issues that will affect people as they age. Call (760) 931-8400, ext. 216, or email [email protected]

NORTH COUNTY

Rental, security deposit assistance available

The County of San Diego is offering financial assistance to renters and landlords. Both efforts are part of the county’s Emergency Rent and Utilities Assistance Program, which supports low-income renters affected by the pandemic. Assistance for small landlords is available to those with five or fewer rental units. Units with at least three months of rental arrears may qualify. The county will pay up to $15,000 for arrears accumulated from April 2020. The county is also offering financial help to income-eligible renters who are moving, and who need help coming up with the security deposits. Renters must be at or below 120 percent of the area median income. The security deposit cannot exceed two months’ rent for a maximum of $7,000. For help on both programs, visit SDHCD.org or call (858) 694-4801.

Walmart campaign supports disaster relief

Walmart is launching a cash-register campaign to support the American Red Cross at all Walmart stores and Sam’s Clubs across the U.S. now through Wednesday. The company will match dollar-for-dollar customer donations up to $5 million through the close of business Wednesday. Customers and members can donate any amount, or round up their purchase to the nearest dollar, with the change going to the American Red Cross to support communities affected by hurricanes, floods and fires in 2021. The register campaign is in addition to the $5 million commitment recently announced, for a total of up to $10 million from Walmart, the Walmart Foundation, and Sam’s Club to help with disaster relief and response.

SD Foundation hires three directors

The San Diego Foundation recently expanded with the hire of three directors. Christiana DeBenedict is the new director, environmental initiatives; Jason Rogers is director, wealth advisor relations; and Lorena Nava Ruggero is director, communications. DeBenedict will lead programs and directs resources to build a more equitable and resilient San Diego. She previously was director of environment leadership initiatives at the Nonprofit Institute at the University of San Diego, where she directed the San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative, a network of cities and public agencies working to advance local climate solutions. Rogers is a resource to wealth advisers across the San Diego area on opportunities to incorporate charitable giving. Rogers was previously senior vice president of business development at Cetera Financial Group. Ruggero is responsible for creating awareness for the foundation’s products, services, programs and impact on the San Diego community. She was previously director of college and community relations at Grossmont College where she managed external and internal communications. The San Diego Foundation and its donors have granted more than $1.3 billion to support nonprofits throughout the San Diego region. Visit sdfoundation.org.

Free conversational Spanish lessons

The North San Diego Business Chamber is offering free “Conversational Spanish for Business” lessons starting Sept. 13. The classes run from 12:30-1 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays and are available to everyone, not just chamber members. Registration is required at https://bit.ly/2Y99mBf. Visit sdbusinesschamber.com.

VISTA

Chamber mixer at antique engine museum

The Vista Chamber of Commerce hosts a business mixer from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Antique Gas & Steam Engine Museum, 2040 N. Santa Fe Ave. Bring business cards. Everyone who brings a door prize is welcomed to the front for an introduction and to pull the winning ticket. Paid registration is now handled online with the use of a QR code for admission. Payment at the door is also accepted. Members $5 and prospective members $20. Register at https://bit.ly/3yuFEDf. Call (760) 726-1122.

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