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People gather at Cesar Chavez Park for "Occupy Sacramento". (credit: CBS)
Occupy Sacramento 2 People gather at Cesar Chavez Park for "Occupy Sacramento". (credit: CBS)
Credit: Jim Vetter
"Eyes on the Prize" - Father and son at Occupy Sacramento Credit: Jim Vetter
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Protester talks with CBS13 reporter Tony Lopez credit: Jim Vetter
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Great Sacramento Area Economic Council Press Conference announced new Headquarters in Sacramento.The technology company SupportPay announced on Thursday at the Crest Theatre that they are moving their Headquarters from Silicon Valley to Sacramento at a Greater Sacramento Area Economic Council press conference. Greater Sacramento and the City of Sacramento have been working hard to bring yet another fast-growing tech company to our community. Greater Sacramento competed head-to-head for this tech company with Charlotte, Texas, and New York. SupportPay is backed by Draper Associates, Sales Force Ventures, and Aspect Ventures. Support Pay CEO Sheri Atwood, Mayor-elect Darrell Steinberg, Venture Capitalist Tim Draper and the Greater Sacramento Board Chairman Pat Talamantes all participated in the press conference.
Africa Hope Fund “Safari on the River” Fundraiser in SacramentoSafari on the River Fundraiser, an African experience was on the Garden Hwy at Juluka landing, Sacramento on September 18, 2016. The Africa Hope Fund helps with much needed funds for the education of children in Africa and the protection of wildlife.
NAIOP DEVELOPMENT 2017 AND PROJECT TOURNAIOP Sacramento Valley hosted a discussion of projects and development in the region from the local developers and the plans to support growth and development in 2017 and beyond at the Crest Theatre on September 14th. After the panel discussion, attendees boarded trolley cars for a tour of where development will begin soon or projects are currently underway. Since 1967, NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has become the leading organization for office, industrial, retail and mixed-use real estate developers, owners and investors. NAIOP is comprised of more than 15,000 members and provides strong advocacy, education and business opportunities through a North American network.
The Center for Land-Based Learning DINNER AT THE BARN FundraiserThe first fundraiser dinner at the BARN in West Sacramento on September 11, 2016, presented by Downey Brand and hosted by Fulcrum Property. The BARN is the Bridge District’s new indoor/outdoor hot spot for entertainment, fundraisers, food service and farmers market on West Sacramento’s riverfront. The Center for Land-Based Learning is dedicated to creating the next generation of farmers and teaching California’s youth about the importance of agriculture and natural resource conservation
Soaring Over Ripon Hot Air Balloon & Kite Festival
Photo: Sports 1140's Fantasy Football Draft At Twin Peaks
Sacramento 1st annual Walk of Stars GalaThe Black-Tie Gala was on August 31 at the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium. Sacramento’s 1st Inaugural Stars Installation and Ceremony also was on August 31st on L and 18th Street. The Sacramento region boasts some of the world's greatest entertainers and artists, athletes, news people, business people and scientists. The Sacramento Walk of Stars honored national and worldwide accomplishments made by those who call or once called the Sacramento region home. Debbie Meyer, Olympic Athlete Gregory Kondos, Visual Artist LeVar Burton, Actor and Activist Dr. Ernie Bodai, Surgeon and Advocate Timothy B. Schmit, Musician
Walk with Sacramento’s 1st Inaugural Stars Installation and Ceremony

One Comment

  1. Janie Parker says:

    All you protestors,get a life. Without the stock market a lot of us “who worked hard” and invested would be on the street. Obama is doing a lot of harm to S.S, He and Perry are trying to take away a lot more, then what you call America’greed. If you want to protest go to the White House. If you promise to vote for him,He will take more of tax money and give it to you. He will call it a bail out for the protestors. Yea for you who can afford to protest,instead of working or looking for work.

  2. Veronica says:

    Occupy Sacramento is a shining example of people with no purpose but to protest some unknown “rich bad guy”. When you (CBS) repeatedly asked for their reason/message, you were answered with the threat of violence and uuummm, we have a team forming an answer that will get back to you later… sounds like the current administration in DC.

  3. Dale Templeton says:

    Looks like another group who wants the people they hate to pay their way/ tuition/ and living expenses. Quit trying to steal someone elses money and get a job! Students: you want to get an education so you can have a high paying job in an air cinditioned office. Why should a hard working construction worker have to pay taxes for your comfort?

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