Everyday California offers BOGO surf lessons
Everyday California — a La Jolla-based ocean adventure and apparel company — is offering a BOGO (buy one, get one) deal on Sept. 20 for both private and group surf lessons in honor of California Surfing Day.
Everyday California obtained a surf permit for the first time in May of this year. The permit allowed them to expand their offerings, add more than 20 local jobs within the first year of surf operations, and significantly increase annual adventure bookings.
The company is also looking to partner with various organizations, such as the Urban Surf 4 Kids Academy, to get orphan youth and foster kids out on the water. Using water sports as a catalyst, the organization teaches kids how to have fun first and then give back to their communities and neighborhoods through local service projects.
For more information, visit everydaycalifornia.com.
Life Time to host hiring fairs
In preparation for opening its first San Diego location later this year, Life Time is hosting hiring events on Saturday, Sept. 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Thursday, Sept. 26 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. The events will be at the Marriott San Diego La Jolla, 4240 La Jolla Village Drive.
The country club-style athletic resort and spa is hiring for more than 150 full- and part-time in the LifeSpa, LifeCafe, Member Services, Facility Operations, and Personal Training areas. Prospective applicants are asked to bring a copy of their resume and dress professionally to meet the club's leadership team and discuss employment opportunities.
Life Time La Jolla will offer a highly personalized approach to health and wellness with a broad array of amenities and services including: group fitness classes such as Yoga, Pilates, cycling and core conditioning; state-of-the-art cardio and weight-lifting equipment and machines, personal training, nutrition consultations and health assessments; LifeCafe, a healthy alternative to fast-food providing meals and snacks to supplement your workouts; and LifeSpa, a full service salon and spa with hair, skin and body services.
Hired applicants will receive a complimentary Diamond Signature Club membership providing access to all Life Time destinations, competitive pay, a premier benefits package and the unique opportunity to share their passion for fitness and inspire club members to live healthier lives.
Current member opportunities include:
- Member Services – Front Desk
- LifeCafe – Restaurant
- Facility Operations – Building Maintenance & Housekeeping
- Personal Training – Fitness & Nutrition
- LifeSpa – Salon & Spa
- Group Fitness, Cycle and Yoga instructor auditions will be held at a later date
For more information about Life Time La Jolla and to view all current job openings, please visit https://careers.lifetime.life/. Life Time La Jolla will be located at 1055 Wall St. Additional information can be found by calling 858-410-7100.
Pressed Juicery opens in Scripps Ranch
The highly anticipated leading cold-pressed juice and plant-based snack and treats brand, Pressed Juicery, will officially open its sixth San Diego location in the community of Scripps Ranch on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Scripps Ranch Marketplace. In honor of its grand opening, Pressed Juicery is celebrating with a big celebration that includes giveaways, special membership offers, and more.
Below is a full list of Pressed Juicery's Grand Opening festivities:
- All guests who visit the store will receive one complimentary Juice or Freeze during store hours.
- The first 250 guests will receive a free $25 gift card to use on any Pressed Juicery products of their choosing.
- Throughout the day Pressed Juicery will gift complimentary "Don't Kale My Vibe" cooler bags to customers (while supplies last) to keep their juice-haul cool while on the go.
- Guests who sign up for a Pressed Juicery membership will receive two free items (Juice or Freeze) and enjoy discounted pricing on Juice, Freeze, and Blends – all available for $5 every day.
- Customers in all of San Diego will receive free local delivery in under an hour from PressedJuicery.com all month long.
The Scripps Ranch store will carry cold-pressed juices, functional shots, plant-based milks and plant-based vegan soft serve Freeze topped with decadent gluten-free and vegan toppings. They will also feature trendy grab and go snacks, including gluten-free Bakeology Cookie bites and Simply Fuel Protein Balls.
Pressed Juicery's Scripps Ranch location joins Pressed's newly opened locations in One America Plaza and Torrey Hills as well as it's other locations at Westfield UTC, Fashion Valley, and the Forum at Carlsbad.
The store will be located in Scripps Marketplace at 10625 Scripps Poway Parkway, San Diego CA 9213. For more information, please visit pressedjuicery.com and follow on social media at @pressedjuicery. For more information, visit www.pressedjuicery.com.
Coldwell Banker La Jolla agents donate school supplies to Monarch School
Agents with the La Jolla office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) recently donated hundreds of school supplies to the Monarch School, which educates students impacted by homelessness.
The agents — Melanie Aalbers, Michele Esposito, Jan Newell, Michelle Silverman, David Spiewak, Alanna Strei, Jeannie Thompson, and Brandon and Charlotte Weber — hosted a month-long School Supply Drive with a donation drive event at Mission Brewery.
The Monarch School has served San Diego County for 32 years. It began as a one-room education center in 1987 and evolved into a K-12 school. Currently, it offers a comprehensive program designed to educate homeless youth. Monarch School students live in shelters, motels, in vehicles with their families or doubled-up with other families.
Compared to their homeless counterparts, Monarch School students attend school more often, become more literate, manage behaviors more effectively and graduate at a higher rate.
To learn more about the Monarch Schools, visit monarchschools.org.