The Glendora Chamber's mission is to PROMOTE, CONNECT & GROW.
We accomplish this by providing tools and resources to assist the business community in prospering and adapting to the economic climate, while growing membership and promoting local purchasing.
This mission is clearly demonstrated by the numerous programs and services that the chamber offers, including networking, special events to market businesses, legislative updates and advocacy, educational opportunities, referral programs and many options for creating greater visibility via social marketing and community awareness of our local businesses.
Any new or existing business in or around Glendora will benefit from membership in the Chamber of Commerce. Let the Chamber help you grow your business! Give us a call or stop by today.
We value your privacy, therefore your phone number will not be shared to anyone else. We do need this information because occasionally there is a problem with credit card transaction, course certification, username retrieval, etc. and we need to be able to contact you to rectify the problems. We hope you understand.
California law limits the personal information that can be collected
at the point-of- sale when a customer pays by check or credit card.
Numerous businesses operating in California have faced costly class
action law suits stemming from infringements of this law. This
course trains cashiers and other employees about California’s point-
of-sales rules and exceptions to those rules. The training includes
identifying the types of information that qualify as personal and
defining the instances when a customer’s information can be
Upon completion of the course, employees will validate their
understanding of the point of sale rules through successful
completion of a learning assessment and will generate a certificate
that can be printed and maintained in HR files. When taken by new
employees as part of onboarding and by existing employees as a
refresher, the course can help ensure compliance with California’s
point-of- sale law and serve as part of a comprehensive risk