Mariel Concepcion

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Email: mconcepcion@sdbj.com
Phone: 646-409-3064

Recent Stories

Show Imaging Sees Growth Due to Quick Pivot

EVENTS: Co. Projected to Reach $15M in Revenue in 2021, $23M in 2022

Show Imaging Inc., a Vista-based events company, prides itself in being a one-stop shop for companies looking to create unique live experiences.

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SDG&E Donates $200,000 to Help Local Eateries

HOSPITALITY: California Restaurant Foundation To Award Grants to Single-Unit Establishments

San Diego’s restaurant workers will soon be able to receive additional financial help thanks to a donation from SDG&E.

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California Sets Guidelines for Reopening Events Via Tiers

ENTERTAINMENT: San Diego’s Outdoor Venues Can Reopen at 20% Capacity, Operators Optimistic

Late last month, the California Department of Public Health issued a new set of guidelines for live outdoor events and gatherings. This also includes graduation ceremonies and theme parks.

Holistic Medicine Cos. See Growth During Pandemic

HEALTH: Larger Focus on Boosting Immune Systems

As more Americans focus on boosting their immune systems and overall health in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, complementary and alternative medicine appears to be on the rise.

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Dining in the Dark Activation Coming to San Diego

RESTAURANTS: Patrons to Eat Blindfolded, 8 out of 10 Weeks Sold Out Already

Dining in the Dark, a gastronomic activation through which patrons eat with blindfolds on, is coming to San Diego.

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Nomad Donuts Expands Its Menu

Eclectic North Park Shop Will Now Offer Breakfast and Lunch

Nomad Donuts, the North Park shop best known for its artisanal donut creations, has expanded its food offering.

Wineries Generate Over $37M in Sales

Number of Wineries in County Rose From 142 to 150 Since Late 2019

Like most industries, the COVID-19 pandemic had a negative impact on local wineries during the last year. But, despite the recent economic downturn, a report on the industry has some positive findings.

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Infinium Spirits Relocates to San Diego

BEVERAGE: Headquarters Move to Help Revive Downtown Economy

Infinium Spirits, a spirits portfolio management company, already has a strong presence in San Diego. Last month, the 2005-founded company with roughly 200 employees, relocated from Orange County to Gaslamp Quarter.

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Hop-On Jet Service Enters Local Market

JSX to Start Flights To Las Vegas April 9

Maya's Cookies Continues to Grow

Plant-Based Cookie Co. Gains National Spotlight

For Maya Madsen, a gourmet, plant-based cookie company was initially just a way to create an additional revenue stream while doing something she was passionate about: baking vegan goods.

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