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Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce
611 Ocean St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
The Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce provides resources for the local business community through events, businessMore fairs, networking tools, marketing and advertising options. The Chamber endeavors to promote local businesses and the economic prosperity of Santa Cruz County.
The Type Factory
609 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
The Type Factory are graphic designers based in Santa Cruz. They work with local businesses on projects of every sizeMore and budget. Please call to learn more.
Pleasure Point Auto Rental
3650 Portola Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Renting trucks, vans and compact sedans since 1996, Pleasure Point Auto Rental is conveniently located near most majorMore bus lines. It is a small local business offering cut rate prices to a mostly local clientele. Its selection of vehicles include flat-bed trucks and load-bearing pick-ups.
New Leaf Community Markets
1121 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

The business office for New Leaf is located in downtown Santa Cruz. This administrative center handles the operationsMore for all the New Leaf markets. New Leaf is a community market "where local flavor is always in season."  This all-natural and organic market has become a locally recognized staple of Santa Cruz. New Leaf has won the Good Times Best Natural Food Store award for the past 6 years. New Leaf is also a Clean Ocean Business, as well as Green Business certified by the Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program.

New Leaf is a business that is truly dedicated to nourishing the community through more than just healthy food. The business donates 10% of profits annually to local non-profit organizations. Customers can even participate in New Leaf's "Envirotoken" program when they bring in their own reusable bags. Each reusable bag is worth a 10-cent token for local non-profit environmental organizations of the customer's choice. New Leaf's "Community Days" contribute 5% of the market's profit to a local non-profit organization, one Thursday every 6 months. For contributions into local schools, visit the store or website to find out more about the "E-Cards."

New Leaf Community Markets
1101 Fair Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

New Leaf is a community market "where local flavor is always in season." This all-natural and organic market hasMore become a locally recognized staple of Santa Cruz. New Leaf has won the Good Times Best Natural Food Store award for the past 6 years. New Leaf is also a Clean Ocean Business, as well as Green Business certified by the Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program.

The Westside New Leaf in Santa Cruz is a one-of-a-kind market that was recently built to very high eco-friendly standards. Located inside this market, customers will discover everything they love about the New Leaf Market and more. The Bonny Doon Garden Company runs a festively elegant floral shop inside the store. And a community classroom is available for classes on health, wellness, hands-on cooking, and continuously updated forums and discussions. The classroom is open to the public and available for private events.

New Leaf is a business that is truly dedicated to nourishing the community through more than just healthy food. The business donates 10% of profits annually to local non-profit organizations. Customers can even participate in New Leaf's "Envirotoken" program when they bring in their own reusable bags. Each reusable bag is worth a 10-cent token for local non-profit environmental organizations of the customer's choice. New Leaf's "Community Days" contribute 5% of the market's profit to a local non-profit organization, one Thursday every 6 months. And for contributions back into local schools, visit the store or website to find out more about the "E-Cards."

J.R. Parrish-Santa Cruz
9000 Soquel Ave Ste 101a, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
James R. Parrish started his real estate business in Santa Cruz in 1978, and it has now grown into the largestMore commercial real estate firm in the Monterey Bay area. The firm deals with leases or purchases, and the types of properties it lists include industrial buildings, office space, R&D facilities, retail buildings, warehouse space and land. Besides working with clients within Santa Cruz, the firm helps businesses relocate to Santa Cruz, or helps local businesses find facilities throughout the country.
Eco Goods
1130 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Eco Goods is the "Environmental General Store."  Customers can count on 100% of the items for sale to beMore environmentally-friendly.  The store carries a little of pretty much everything, including Fair Trade and retail items from local businesses. 

What exactly counts as pretty much everything?  Are there green house-cleaning supplies?  You bet. What about stainless steel and glass water bottles? That's actually a specialty at Eco Goods.  How about shoes, dresses, socks, shirts, bathrobes, and baby clothes? Yes, Eco Goods has you covered. Eco Goods even sells body products, kids' toys, jewelry, backpacks, blankets, stationery supplies, cards, and more.  So check out this friendly, locally owned, downtown shop for a greener surplus of home goods and clothing.  Eco Goods is also Green Business Certified and a member of Think Local First.  Customers can park in a free lot behind the New Leaf Market. 

Mission Liquors
2335 Mission St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Mission Liquors, located on Mission Street, has been in business since 1995. The store carries a great selection ofMore micro-brewed beers as well as international beers. Mission also stocks wines from the Santa Cruz Mountain wineries and other local wineries such as Bargetto. You'll also find a variety of other liquors, snacks and even lottery tickets at Mission Liquors.
City of Santa Cruz Water Department
212 Locust St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
The Water Department works to provide safe, clean water for all of the residents and businesses in Santa Cruz. InMore addition, the Santa Cruz Water Department provides continuous water support for local fire fighting efforts. The department is led by Water Director Bill Kocher.
Camouflage
1329 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Camouflage is an upscale lingerie and adult store. In business for 30 years, Camouflage caters to the public with aMore courteous staff, and a selection that includes exquisite corsets, undergarments and costumes. The locally owned and operated store promotes elegance and style with a comfortable atmosphere that is ideal for individuals and couples, all year round. For adults (18 and older), Camouflage's selection of high-end products is highly regarded.
Henderson Automotive
982 17th Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Henderson Automotive, in business since April 2004, specializes in BMW maintenance and repair as wellMore as European and Asian vehicles. It uses state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, and its mechanics are Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certified. Its commitment to the community is shown by its sponsorship of programs for disabled persons, high schools and middle schools as well as other local organizations. It is also a member of the Monterey Bay Area Green Business Program. Check the company's website for special offers for car maintenance and repair.
Jewels On Pacific Avenue
1535 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Jewels on Pacific Avenue is a gallery-style boutique for women. This fun and low-key business features an elegantMore display of jewelry, apparel and dresses. The boutique represents local artists and designers, and specializes in bridal-wear. Jewels can also fast-track dress orders for customers in a time-pinch. The friendly staff can assist with all your fashion needs, from outfitting your next special event to updating your seasonal wardrobe.
Crow's Nest Restaurant
2218 E Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95062
Year after year, Crow's Nest wins awards in local weekly papers for its food and ocean views.  The all-wood, twoMore story harbor-side restaurant has three patios with heaters and is busy year round. It regularly hosts local and Bay Area bands, and is known both as a family establishment and a place for singles to get down and boogie. Upstairs, a full bar, dance floor, and meals priced as low as $7 await visitors, while downstairs, they'll encounter quieter, tablecloth dining and entrees as costly as $35.
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