Rock Harbor Expands

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Written by Theresa-Marie Wilson

Theresa-Maria Wilson has been a journalist covering the North Coast and South County area for over 20 years. She is also the founder of Cat Noir CC and is currently working on a novel.

June 4, 2021

Digital marketing agency Rock Harbor Marketing (RHM) has expanded its SLO County presence.

The new office, located at 783 Market Ave., is approximately 1,400 square feet overlooking Morro Bay’s Embarcadero. This new space provides RHM staff with much-needed creative meeting spaces and room to accommodate their growing team.

“We are excited to relocate to our new, larger office overlooking Morro Bay’s beautiful waterfront,” commented Jen Ford, RHM co-founder. “This move represents another significant milestone for our home-grown marketing company. The new office space better accommodates our growing team of creative professionals. It enables us to collaborate with additional talent in a bigger way. Coming out of a year that presented a series of new challenges and earned our team a few international awards, our number one goal is to continue providing industry-leading service to our clients. This new space will easily help make that happen.”

Founders said the office reflects the creative culture of RHM and strives to make it a great place to work. The facility features spacious meeting areas where teams can collaborate on solutions with colleagues, customers, partners, and offsite employees.

If Working From Home Isn’t for You

The pandemic created changes and opportunities in the workplace for many that will continue after COVID-19 has passed.
Many workers have been given the option of working from home, and there are benefits to that including not spending time and expenses relating to commuting as well as less expensive wardrobe requirements.
But there are several things to consider when choosing to work at home, according to Horizon Realty & Property Management in Morro Bay including:

• Is your home large enough to accommodate workplace needs?
• Do you have a private space, or do you work on the dining room table?
• Do you have an area to leave work in process, or do you need to put it awayevery evening?
• What distractions such as the kids and the dog do you deal with every day?
• Will you miss the company of my coworkers?
Recognizing the need for what could be a better option, the owners of the office building at 950 Los Osos Valley Road have constructed a suite of turnkey private offices. Each brand new, contemporary office is secure, and the rent includes all utilities and Internet as well as a food prep area and refrigerator.

For more information, call Horizon Realty & Property Management at (805) 772-5657.

Beer to Support State Parks

There Does Not Exist Brewery, in partnership with Central Coast State Parks Association, will launch a new beer that supports CCSPA’s fundraising efforts.
The new brew launces June 10 and will be available for purchase at their location in San Luis Obispo at 4070 Earthwood Ln Suite 110. There taproom is open for drink-in service and to-go pick ups Tuesday – Friday from 3 p.m. – 8 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. -8 p.m.
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