Merchants Association has new website

The La Jolla Village Merchants Association (LJVMA) is proud to announce the launch of its new website dedicated to promoting La Jolla,

This is one manifestation of LJVMA’s new “Take It In” campaign to attract more business to La Jolla Village. The site offers a high level of information and interactivity, including a local business directory, tourism and residential information, and an events calendar.

The La Jolla Village Merchants Association consists of all businesses that are up-to-date with their business licensing fees and that are located within a 30-block area of the La Jolla Business Improvement District. Payment of this fee constitutes membership automatically.

The LJVMA is the non-profit organization that has contracted with the City of San Diego to manage a portion of these fees and whose primary purpose is to reinvest those funds back into the community promoting more business. The updated website is one example of that money being reinvested.

Businesses within the BID are included in the business directory and are invited to expand their listing by logging onto the site in the “Member Center”. Local groups are welcome to contact the LJVMA to post events and local interaction is welcome and wanted.

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Posted by Dave Schwab on Feb 1, 2012. Filed under Business Spotlight, News. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

1 Comment for “Merchants Association has new website”

  1. With the economy struggling today more and more small businesses require financing to remain in business. Women in particular, with their increasing numbers in the business world are in need of business financing in larger numbers. With banks making it absolutely impossible to obtain a business loan women need to know that there are other financing options available. There is an emerging market for a loan product called a merchant cash advance or business cash advance. This type of small business loan for women is an exchange where the borrower receives an initial lump sum payment upfront for a small portion of future receivables as the business generates revenues. The application process is very flexible so bad credit is acceptable and there are no collateral requirements. The more women who own small businesses are aware of these products the more likely they will seek out financing to continue their business rather than close the doors.

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