The Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation is excited to announce that the final panelist at the 2022 Economic Outlook will be DrinkPAK CEO Nate Patena.
Through collaboration by the SCVEDC, Trammel Crow and Clarion Partners, and all city and county agencies, DrinkPAK chose the Santa Clarita Valley and rapidly expanded to a 572,410 SF state-of-the-art contract manufacturing campus. Nearing completion of their 3 production lines, they anticipate hiring up to 425 employees in the next five years, with a total five-year economic output of more than $1.3 billion.
Advanced manufacturing is one of the key target clusters in the Santa Clarita Valley. This sector employs a large percentage of our workforce with high-paying jobs, and in many cases is at the forefront of innovative technology in its respective industry. One of the biggest success stories recently has been the arrival and growth of DrinkPAK LLC, a premier West Coast contract manufacturer of premium alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
As always the Economic Outlook will include an in-depth look into national and local economies, as well as discuss global trends. This is the only event that provides a detailed economic forecast at the local level.
Residents throughout the city of Santa Clarita regularly take advantage of the miles of paved off-street trails available for walking, running and cycling safely without having to worry about the hazards posed by vehicle traffic.
Head Coach Annett Davis could not have asked for a better schedule in terms of preparing The Master's University women's volleyball team for the challenges posed by the Golden State Athletic Conference and, hopefully, National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics nationals.
Raising the Curtain Foundation invites all Santa Clarita Valley students in grades 4-6 to participate in a free theater workshop on Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Newhall Family Theatre for the Performing Arts.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Monday one new death and 294 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley over the weekend, with a total of 30 new deaths and 10,430 new cases countywide.