If you’re a business owner interested in learning how you can do business with the City of Santa Clarita, City Hall will be hosting a Vendor Outreach event on Wednesday, March 20 from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Council Chambers.
Prospective vendors will learn about topics including the 10 percent local preference and the proper completion of bids, quotes and proposals, all of which will be explained in further detail by staff. Local businesses will be provided with a chance to ask questions and learn about potential business opportunities within their community. Refreshments will be provided.
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“The City is committed to supporting local businesses by shopping within our community. This workshop provides a great opportunity for prospective vendors to meet us and better understand how they can participate in our vendor programs,” said Mayor Bob Kellar. “I encourage local businesses interested in working with the City to come out to this event and learn how to become a local vendor.”
The City currently works with thousands of local, regional and national companies when doing business, but is continuously looking for ways to increase awareness at the local level. Bid information is posted on the City’s website and is also sent directly to registered vendors.
For more information on the Vendor Outreach program, please contact Jennifer Killian at 661-286-4193 or email@example.com .
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