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Lathrop’s city biz climate subject of talk

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POSTED May 6, 2014 12:57 a.m.

Just how healthy is the City of Lathrop’s business climate?

Members of the business community want to find out. And they are doing so by trying to gather those who are in business to share their thoughts, concerns, and needs during a roundtable business discussion on Monday, May 12, at 5:30 p.m. 

The Lathrop District Chamber of Commerce has agreed to host the roundtable at its office at 15104 Harlan Road. The Lathrop District Chamber of Commerce has set a grand opening for its new office on Friday, May 9, at 5:30 p.m. at 15104 Harlan Road. For more information call 209.858.4486.

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Bass Pro’s top manager leaving

Dan Dugger — who opened the Manteca Bass Pro Shops in 2008 — will be leaving his job as the top manager at the outdoors store that anchors The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.

He has been picked to be the store manager for Bass Pro’s new location being built in Rocklin east of Sacramento and Roseville in Placer County. Bass Pro is also building a store in San Jose.

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More Ecologic jobs in Manteca

Ecologic Brands  —  the Oakland-based paper bottle maker that opened a manufacturing plant last year in the Manteca Industrial Park — is now making paper bottles for  Healdsburg winemaker Truett-Hurst’s Paperboy Wines label. The recyclable wine bottles are made from compressed recycled cardboard formed into the shape of a standard Bordeaux wine bottle and are 85 percent lighter than traditional glass bottles.

Ecologic Brands employ about 30 people currently in Manteca with plans to double that by year’s end.

Ecologic has manufactured and shipped millions of bottles to 15 brand partners around the world.   

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