Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce hosts 58th annual Awards Gala

Linda Wunderlich, a veteran of over 25 years at The Valley Business Journal as owner, publisher, and CEO, is awarded a lifetime achievement award during the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 58th annual Awards Gala held Saturday April 6. Pictured from left are Riverside County Third District Supervisor Chuck Washington, Linda’s daughter, Tara Wunderlich-Metzler who accepted the award on her behalf, Temecula Mayor James ‘Stew’ Stewart, Temecula Councilmember Jessica Alexander and Amanda Fisher, Senior District Representative for State Senator Kelly Seyarto of the 32nd Senate District. Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce photo. Used with permission.
The Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Awards Gala at Pechanga Resort Casino recognizing the best and the brightest in the business community April 6.More than 750 people attended the event which included dinner, a silent auction, a live painter and the annual awards presentation followed by what organizers called a “memorable afterparty.”The Bronze Business of the Year was awarded to EXIT Alliance Realty while E.A.T. Marketplace was named Sterling Business of the Year and Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers Temecula.Platinum business of the Year was awarded to Southwest Healthcare-Temecula Valley Hospital, the WAVERS Project, Inc., was named the Ruby Organization of the Year and SAFE Family Justice Centers was named the Emerald Organization of the Year.This
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