Rise & Shine: A Celebration of Neighborhood Entrepreneurs w/Urban Solutions
Thursday, October 17, 2013 from 7:30 AM to 10:00 AM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What Rise & Shine: A Celebration of Neighborhood Entrepreneurs
An event to benefit UrbanSolutions
- Neighborhood Small Business Awards to SOMA Supermarket and Bumzy's Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Panel discussion, "Reshaping Central Market: The importance of small businesses in the community fabric"
- All inclusive breakfast buffet
- Raffle prizes from Yoshi's, the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Ballet, Roy's Restaurant and more
- Gallery of historic Central Market and Fillmore photos
When Thursday, October 17, 2013
Time 7:30 - 10 a.m.
Where Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market Street, in San Francisco's Central Market
San Francisco Business Times
Bay Area Development Company
CRP/Cypress Market Street, LLP
MJM Management Group
For event details, a full list of sponsors and sample raffle prizes, see http://urbansolutionssf.org/support/event.html
Event and raffle tickets purchased through EventBrite will be available at the registration desk at the door. For anyone purchasing tickets through EventBrite after October 14, please bring your receipt to the registration desk.
Raffle ticket holders need not be present at the event to win.
When & Where
Urban Solutions and Central Market Community Benefit District
About Urban Solutions
Urban Solutions is a non-profit, community-based organization formed in 1992 to strengthen underserved neighborhoods by supporting small businesses, job creation, diversity and sustainability. Urban Solutions provides comprehensive small business support services for entrepreneurs and economic development consulting services for communities and municipalities. For more information visit www.UrbanSolutionsSF.org or call us at 415-553-4433.
About Central Market Community Benefit District
The Central Market Community Benefit District (CMCBD) is a non-profit, community-based organization formed in 2006 to improve the cleanliness and safety of Central Market, increase pedestrian activity, strengthen small businesses and arts and cultural institutions, attract new investment and enhance the public right of ways. For more information visit www.Central-Market.org or call us at 415-957-5985.