East Anaheim Street Business Alliance elects two new members to its Board of Directors

November 19, 2013

For Immediate Release

Contact: East Anaheim Street Business Alliance

(562) 494-3800

East Anaheim Street Business Alliance elects two new members to its Board of Directors

New board reflects diversity of businesses along East Anaheim Street Business District; Alliance continues to make significant progress creating a unique, business friendly environment in East Long Beach.

Long Beach, CA – Long Beach, CA – The East Anaheim Street Business Alliance (EASBA), an established Business Improvement District (BID) serving the historic and vibrantZaferia district of Long Beach, has elected two new members to its Board of Directors.

“Our annual elections gives everyone a chance to participate on our Board and be involved in restoring and revitalizing East Long Beach,” stated EASBA Vice-President Lee Vieira. “We are very excited about the two new members and look forward to continuing our good work for the nearly 500 businesses we represent.”

The new board members include:

 

Steve Guillen, Co-Owner of Iguana Kelley’s

Tracy Ames, Owner of the Red Leprechaun

 

The new members join EASBA Board members:

Rod Wilson, President of EASBA, Pacific Research & Strategies

Lee Vieira, VP of EASBA, Cherry Creek Mortgage

Lorie Stack, Secretary of EASBA, Farmers and Merchants Bank

Renee Kim, Cookies by Design

Bill Leisy, Masterworks Construction

 

“EASBA would like to thank two of our original pioneers in East Long Beach Mr. Ken Buck and Jan Ward who have faithfully served the businesses and residents of Long Beach for many decades,” stated EASBA President Rod Wilson. “Their vision and continued faith in our city has provided the leadership to help continue moving Long Beach forward into a better future.”

The East Anaheim Street Business Alliance (EASBA) is a diverse business, and community development organization representing nearly 500 businesses in the East Anaheim Street district of Long Beach. EASBA programs are funded and managed by local businesses within a defined area designed solely to provide services such as sidewalk maintenance, enhanced security, marketing and advertising, and various other projects to benefit that area.

About the East Anaheim Street Business Alliance (EASBA)

The East Anaheim Street Business Alliance is an official Business Improvement District with its primary mission is to provide a unified voice for local businesses while creating opportunities and developing a prosperous economy along the historic East Anaheim Street corridor of Long Beach. For more information, please visit www.easba.com.

 

Lee Vieira, VP of EASBA, Cherry Creek Mortgage

Lorie Stack, Secretary of EASBA, Farmers and Merchants Bank

Renee Kim, Cookies by Design

Bill Leisy, Masterworks Construction

 

“EASBA would like to thank two of our original pioneers in East Long Beach Mr. Ken Buck and Jan Ward who have faithfully served the businesses and residents of Long Beach for many decades,” stated EASBA President Rod Wilson. “Their vision and continued faith in our city has provided the leadership to help continue moving Long Beach forward into a better future.”

 

The East Anaheim Street Business Alliance (EASBA) is a diverse business, and community development organization representing nearly 500 businesses in the East Anaheim Street district of Long Beach. EASBA programs are funded and managed by local businesses within a defined area designed solely to provide services such as sidewalk maintenance, enhanced security, marketing and advertising, and various other projects to benefit that area.