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They maintain an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, and are members of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, ARDA and C.
Now, in the 21st Century, the San Diego Chamber of Commerce is the chief nonprofit advocate of San Diego businesses.
Heading up the executive team is Gilbert Partida, president and chief executive officer, who is also a noted author, lawyer and the former head of the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce.
The San Diego Chamber of Commerce, which estimates that region could make $100 million from three games in the area, is welcoming disgruntled Los Angeles fans with open arms.
The founding stakeholders include ESET, LLC, San Diego Business Journal, San Diego Chamber of Commerce, UCSD and SDSU.
Partida, 33, moved here in 1987 right out of law school, set up the first Mexican trade practice at a big law firm and then three years ago became the first Latino president of the Greater San Diego Chamber of Commerce.
Working closely with the San Diego Chamber of Commerce and all institutions promoting trade and economic ties both ways between Germany and Southern California, the Honorary Consul works to establish, facilitate and promote bridges of economic, cultural and educational exchanges for the long-term benefit of all involved.
She also serves on the San Diego Chamber of Commerce Public Policy Committee.