Mr. Blumberg has diverse experience in various transactional and litigation matters, concentrating primarily in the fields of business, commercial and general civil litigation. In addition, he has handled and tried cases involving dissolution of long term marriages, professional negligence, product liability, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, insurance subrogation, common carriers/transportation and fraud. Mr. Blumberg successfully handled one of the first cases in the United States involving a unique cause of toxic shock syndrome. He also was lead counsel in a groundbreaking case in California dealing with individual homeowners’ liability in condominium litigation.
In 1992, Mr. Blumberg left Los Angeles and moved to Solana Beach, California where he began his own practice. In the past 25+ years, Mr. Blumberg’s professional life has been devoted to representing individuals, families and small businesses for a wide range of legal needs. Living, raising a family and establishing a law practice in North County San Diego have proven to be the right choices for Mr. Blumberg, and he remains honored and blessed to be a part of the Solana Beach community.
After working over 30 years in litigation, Mr. Blumberg has learned that not every legal dispute should be handled the same way. The primary responsibility of a legal representative is to know the client, and his or her particular needs, in order to secure positive results as efficiently and painlessly as possible. Civil conflicts may ultimately have to be tried in a court of law, but not every dispute needs to be adversarial and acrimonious. Although Mr. Blumberg will aggressively litigate and try cases when necessary, not every problem needs to be immediately thrust into the judicial process. Mr. Blumberg’s focus is on finding Innovative Legal Solutions which promotes creative advocacy for his clients to ensure the best possible results through the least disruptive process.
Greg Petre is a Solana Beach native and is President of T&M Mechanical Sales Company, a manufacturers’ representative firm for commercial and industrial HVAC equipment.
Executive Board of Directors Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce since 2004.
American Assets Trust Commercial Real Estate Asset Manager for the Solana Beach Towne Center and Lomas Santa Fe Plaza
Committee Member for Solana Beach Fiesta Del Sol since 2002
Married with two children since 1992, Tyler 19 attends Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Kristin 14 attends San Dieguito Academy.
Lived in Solana Beach, now in neighboring Encinitas
Activities include outdoor sports, surfing, walking, hiking, and traveling.
Originally from Pawtucket, RI, I moved to San Diego in 1989 from Boston. In 1995 I moved to Solana Beach. I was educated at Syracuse University (BS Accounting) and Babson College (MBA). My wife, Chris Austin, and I have three children who grew up in Solana Beach and attended the local public schools and graduated from Torrey Pines High School.
I have managed and owned multiple businesses since moving to California. I am a founding owner of Custom Logos and served as the CEO for 20 years. I currently own two Solana Beach-based businesses:
DRIVE AutoCare (2 locations in Solana Beach): Foreign, Domestic and Exotic automotive repair and maintenance.
CRUNCH Bite-Sized Accounting: Monthly, fixed-priced accounting and small business consulting services. CRUNCH is a certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.
When I'm not working, you will usually find me at The Saddle (but don't tell my wife).
Clark C. Evans, CLTC is Vice President of Wealth Management at Hall Private Wealth Advisors in Solana Beach where he works with families, trusts, and pension funds bringing distinct focus to what's important - market performance, transparency, liquidity and exceptional service. Their clients are primarily preservation-oriented and tax sensitive, and our low-cost investment models are designed to accommodate and address these needs.
Clark and his wife reside in Solana Beach where they enjoy road biking, cooking, travel and rock climbing. They have a passion for volunteering and are involved with the Salk Institute Excellerators, Boys and Girls Clubs of San Dieguito, and Co-Chair the St. Olaf Alumni Association of Southern California.
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Bryan started the Java Depot at the Boardwalk on Highway 101 in 1991. He had a vision to bring a combination of community, culture and coffee to Solana Beach. Bryan has held every position at the Chamber and was President from 1999-2000. Bryan also serves on the Highway 101 Board.
It is an honor to introduce myself to you as the new Executive Director of the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce. My goal is to provide each business with great customized service. It is important to me to be a bridge builder in our community while continuing to expand upon the incredible work that Nichole and the great staff of SBCOC has done. I am excited to be a part of Solana Beach and I look forward to meeting each of you in person. Please stop by my office anytime. Thank you for your continued support of the Chamber.
Managing Director | Boys and Girls Clubs
Executive Director | MarLad Inc.
University of North Texas
As a resident of North County since 1986, Mac is committed to making a difference for our Solana Beach local businesses. Mac brings his skill set as a career market research specialist to The Solana Beach Chamber as Director of Marketing. Mac has a knack for finding properties unique to each business involved with the Chamber and helping to grow that business through all available avenues. Mac holds a degree in Business Administration from SDSU as well as a degree in Computer Arts and Technology from CSUSM. Mac's knowledge of trends, emerging technology and research gives The Solana Beach Chamber a significant advantage over many other chambers in San Diego County. When he isn't working for the advancement of our local businesses, Mac can be found outside enjoying his passions as an outdoorsman and pilot. As co-founder of The Allie Smiles Foundation Mac cares deeply for dogs, especially Golden Retrievers. He collaborates with numerous not-for-profits and animal advocacy causes; finding satisfaction in caring for the things that make a big impact on people's lives. Working with the team at The Solana Beach Chamber is truly a joy.
Liz has spent most of her professional life in the Administrative, Marketing and Promotion areas of a multitude of diverse companies and organizations. These include Real Estate Offices, Chambers of Commerce, Multinational Building Contractors, Telephone Companies, and even the American School in Taipei, Taiwan. In all of these roles, Liz has demonstrated her ability to promote the organization and help the business to continue to grow and move forward. She is now using her talents and experience to help members of the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce achieve their business goals and objectives.
Currently an established resident of Solana Beach, Liz has lived all over the world as the career moves of her family dictated. In her current role as Business Ambassador for the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce, she enjoys meeting new people and businesses, and is delighted to work with any member organization, large or small, to help their business to be a prosperous and successful member of the community.
Joani Kerr has been the Assistant Manager for the Solana Beach branch of the San Diego County Library system for the past 15 years and a resident for over 40 years.
She attended grade school and high school locally and is a graduate of San Diego State University. Joani has traveled far & wide visiting 6 continents (soon to be 7 in Oct when Morocco is added) after living in New Guinea and Australia for many years.
My current labor of love is a non-profit that I founded called Youth Campaigns, a hands-on work experience program that creates a pipeline toward careers in digital marketing for low income, minority and at-risk youth ages 16 -24. I currently serve on the Board of Directors for the Friends of the Solana Beach Library and helped create Prattlona movement to bring awareness teen depression and suicide.
I started my career in the internet industry in 1998. The tech boom had just begun and I felt that my background in art was perfectly suited to create masterpieces for businesses using a new technology called web design. As CEO of my first start-up designing minds, I was able to acquire some big contracts. Some of my contracts included development work on the first virtual tour technology, web design for intuits first web site, and other web work for companies in the real estate industry such as Coldwell Banker and Century 21. Following the changing of the tide, in 2002 Designing Minds morphed from a web development company into a Search Engine Optimization company. In 2004 my world was forever altered with the advent of Wordpress. From that day I have been a student of social media, the tools used to deploy it and the psychology behind it all.
In the last few years, I have been privileged enough to be a featured speaker on social media strategy through partnership with my current company My Social Media Monster. Speaking engagements included workshops for small businesses with the SBA of San Diego and Citibank to name a few.
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