Stater Bros. raises $500K for pediatric cancer treatment; Blaze Pizza coming to 2 Inland cities – Daily Bulletin

Stater Bros. Markets of San Bernardino has donated nearly $500,000 to fight childhood cancer in City of Hope.

The supermarket chain presented the cancer treatment facility with a check for $478,480 to support cancer treatments and education programs in Southern California.

The money was raised during a “Kids 4 Hope” campaign at all Stater Bros. locations. Customers and employees purchased $1 or $5 cell phones to contribute to the campaign.

“We are incredibly grateful to our valued customers and employees who have generously contributed to this very important cause,” said Nancy Negrette, chairman and president of Stater Bros. Charities.

Stater Bros. said the community and employees of the Murrieta store raised the most money, adding $20,065 to the campaign.

Blaze Pizza expands in the Inland Empire with two restaurants under development in Indio and Colton by franchisees Aman and David Chandi. The brother-sister duo comes from a family of franchisees who have Del Taco and Subway locations in California. (Photo courtesy of Blaze Pizza)

Blaze Pizza is coming to Indio, Colton

Blaze Pizza expands in the Inland Empire with two restaurants under development in Indio and Colton by franchisees Aman and David Chandi.

The brother-sister duo comes from a family of franchisees who have Del Taco and Subway locations in California.

Both pizzerias will open in shopping plazas owned by the Chandi family.

The Colton pizzeria will open first in November at City Hub on W. Valley Blvd. on Pepper Avenue.

The Blaze Pizza in Indio lands next year, slated to open in March 2022 at the Golf Center Village at 44 Avenue and Golf Center Parkway.

Pepsi Beverages Co. is seeking more than 60 full-time positions in its Riverside warehouse. The facility at 6659 Sycamore Canyon Blvd. offers hourly wages ranging from $17 to $25 depending on the job and level of experience. New hires get a $2,000 sign-up bonus. (AP file photo/Paul Sakuma)

Rent Pepsi in Riverside

Pepsi Beverages Co. is seeking more than 60 full-time positions in its Riverside warehouse.

The facility at 6659 Sycamore Canyon Blvd. offers hourly wages ranging from $17 to $25 depending on the job and level of experience. New hires get a $2,000 sign-up bonus.

Job opportunities include pickers, loaders, quality control technicians, supply chain supervisors and forklift drivers.

Applicants can apply online at PepsiCoJobs.com.

The Riverside facility employs more than 550 employees and offers paid vacation, sick leave, free Pepsi products, a 401(k) plan, paid training and overtime entitlement.

Arts and crafts retailer Michaels has to fill 400 seasonal positions in Southern California as the company prepares for the holiday season of 2021. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

Michael also hires people

Arts and crafts retailer Michaels is to fill 400 seasonal positions in Southern California as the company prepares for the 2021 holiday season.

Vacancies are available for positions such as Sales Associate, Assistant Store Manager, Replenishment Team Member, and Cashier/Stocker. Data from ziprecruiter.com shows that the median hourly wage for Michaels workers in California is $17.23.

Michaels said his seasonal workers get competitive wages, flexible hours and a 30% discount on retail merchandise. Last year, after the holiday season, the company converted more than half of its seasonal positions in the store to permanent positions.

Applicants can check job openings and apply online at michaels.com/jobs.

Nuveen Real Estate of Newport Beach has acquired a 236,700 square foot industrial building in Ontario on undisclosed terms. The seller was the building’s occupant, Myers Power Products, a manufacturer of low-voltage equipment. The company will lease back the facility, according to Chris Migliori, executive vice president at DAUM Commercial. (Courtesy of DAUM Commercial)

Nuveen invests in IP

Nuveen Real Estate of Newport Beach has acquired a 236,700 square foot industrial building in Ontario on undisclosed terms.

The seller was the building’s occupant, Myers Power Products, a manufacturer of low-voltage equipment. The company will lease back the facility, according to Chris Migliori, executive vice president at DAUM Commercial.

“The tenant has invested significant capital in the property over the last 12 years of ownership and use, so it is ideally suited to facilitate the company’s entire in-house manufacturing capabilities, including metal fabrication, state-of-the-art paint systems, assembly, integration and testing,” said Migliori in a statement.

Myers signed a five-year triple net lease with Nuveen, he said.

The property at 2950 E. Philadelphia St. sits on 12 acres and has two oversized, ground-level cargo doors, 35 loading docks high, a 155-foot, 4,000-amp truck lane, and a fenced yard,

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Vasco Deon Kidd, 47, a resident of Eastvale, has been appointed to the Physician Assistant Board. He has been an associate clinical professor at UC Irvine’s School of Medicine Department of Orthopedic Surgery since 2021 and director of the Advanced Practice Providers Program at UCI Health since 2019. Kidd was also director of Advanced Practice Providers and director of the Physician Assistant Orthopedic Surgery Fellowship Training Program at Arrowhead Orthopedics from 2016 to 2019. He was an assistant professor and academic coordinator at Moreno Valley College from 2013 to 2015 and at the University of Texas Health Science Center from 2010 to 2012. This position requires no Senate confirmation and fee is $100 per day. Kidd is not registered to vote.

Roy Rahn, 75-year-old resident of Temecula, has been appointed to the Disciplinary Assessment Committee for Private Security (South). Rahn has been an executive officer at Rahn Management Services since 2012. He was an account executive at FSB Core Strategies from 2010 to 2012. Rahn was also vice president at Universal Protection from 2010 to 2011. This position does not require Senate confirmation and the fee is $100 per day. Rahn is a Democrat.

Staff Writer Kevin Smith contributed to this report.

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