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Camarillo Premium Outlets has announced the recent addition of Go! Games Toys and UGG Australia.
After undergoing a recent remodel, UGG Australia, a footwear provider offering sheepskin boots, slippers and casual wear, opened the doors to its new storefront on June 28. The 3,042 square foot storefront carries footwear made from leathers, suede and sheepskin, and is in the Main Court near Sperry Topsider.
Go! Games Toys debuted its new 1,512 square foot store at Camarillo Premium Outlets on June 23. Located in The Promenade between Charlotte Russe and the Disney Store Outlet, Go! Games Toys is a seasonal retailer and offers customers a spread of puzzles, toys, games and gifts.
The two new retailers are joining the recently added Express Factory Outlet and Zadig et Voltaire, which opened locations at the center earlier this year.
Camarillo Premium Outlets offers more than 160 outlet stores.
According to Eduardo Lemus, Picnic Time’s international executive, the aim of the launch is to maximize the company’s global market share and revenues.
In business for nearly 35 years, Picnic Time has built a reputation for producing unique baskets in addition to an assortment of serve ware, camping, beach, tailgating and licensed items.
The international department marks a culmination of broad experience not only in the picnic space, but in the realm of helping people live life to the fullest by providing products that aim to bring them together. Lemus added that company leaders envision their products will be passed down from generation to generation all around the world.
The program takes students age 11 to 18 through the process of starting and launching a real business or social movement over the course of an academic year. By the end of the class, students own and operate fully formed and functioning businesses, which may be carried on after their graduation from the program.
According to Nancy Lindholm, Oxnard Chamber CEO, there have been 37 graduates who launched more than 25 businesses since the chamber began offering the program.
During the 30 week commitment, students brainstorm and form their business ideas, make pitches to investors for startup funding, file their DBAs and launch their own businesses or social movements. Mentors and local entrepreneurs across a variety of industries, such as graphic design, Web development, law, accounting, retail, manufacturing, technology and more are invited to support the students throughout the hands on curriculum as mentors, field trip hosts or guest lecturers.
The program was developed in 2004 at the University of Rochester in New York, with support from the Kauffman Foundation. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Sam’s Club. Aug. 20 in the pool at the Miller Family YMCA in Newbury Park. Founded in 2014, Fit 4 the Cause provides fitness training and nutrition education for special populations who cannot afford or attend traditional gyms under usual circumstances.
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Summer Splash will have the following seven teams of five participating: Razzle Dazzle Razorbacks, captain Kathleen Milford; the Moby Dicks, captain David Adelman; New Wavers, captain Cindy Rakowitz; Aquaholics, captains Brian and Alex Sullivan (father and daughter); Slippery When Wet, captain Chris Woo; the Swim Reapers, captain Lauren Rytterager Nickel; and Team Submarine, captain Holly Hendrix.