PARADISE, Calif. – The Ridge Business Journal is making a comeback in a new way, for the first time since it’s last publication before the 2018 Camp Fire.
For nearly ten years, the Ridge Business Journal was a hometown paper celebrating and supporting Ridge commerce and culture published by the Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce. Nov. 5, three days before the Camp Fire, the 39th and last edition of the RBJ was delivered to Paradise homes and businesses, Chamber members stated in a news release.
Now, the Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce is reintroducing the platform for community connection and information.
The July 2020 expanded version includes business resources, a Chamber membership directory, and updates from community business and organizations focusing on how Ridge businesses and organizations are faring during the COVIV-19 pandemic, Chamber members shared.
Chamber members share Business Briefs, informing the community of business activities, such as new facilities, new products or projects, openings or reopenings, and special events.
New business models, services, affiliations, industry awards, and other business-related milestones may also be included.
The RBJ is available from the Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce at 6161 Clark Road and other local outlets. The Chamber’s goal is to make copies available in each open business on the Ridge.
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Members announced Monday that the RBJ is made possible through the efforts of the Paradise Ridge Chamber of Commerce, Mark & Kathryn Orlando of Preferred professionals, and countless contributors, advertisers, and community members.
All content will be produced in Paradise, to support the economy and community of the Paradise Ridge.