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County Launches Web-Based e-Procurement For Vendors

San Bernardino, CA, April 6, 2012, noon – Effective immediately, vendors can register online to do business with the County. Online access for businesses that want to provide products and services to the County of San Bernardino is making a giant leap forward with the County Purchasing Department’s launch of the new online electronic network system. It’s called ePro, a major technological advance that will increase the speed, efficiency, cost savings and reporting capabilities of the County’s acquisition processes. ePro‘s state-of-the-art system offers web-based vendor registration, bid notification, online solicitations, and electronic purchase orders.  The easy-to-use program also gives County vendors the ability to respond to bids online, adjust proposals prior to the closing date as often as needed, upload certifications and bid documentation, and attend bid openings remotely. Access is available through the County Purchasing website at http://www.sbcounty.gov/purchasing/eprocurement/eproguide.aspx For more information call the County of San Bernardino Purchasing Department at (909) 387-2060....

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Independence Day Fair

17th annual Independence Day Fair at the Big Bear Lake Convention Center, 42900 West Big Bear Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315.  Call 909-585-3000 or go to http://bigbearevents.com for additional information. 50 arts and crafts booths, vendors, and beer garden with live entertainment, including Silver Moon, Highway 38, and Skeleton Key. Kinder Garten for children includes bounce houses, pony rides, game booths, face painting, ice cream and cotton candy. Cost $3.00 for adults, $2.00 for seniors, children 12 and under free.  Monday is free for Big Bear locals with proper ID. Wyatts Cafe & Saloon will also be open for food and...

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Big Bear Farmers’ Market Opens April 12

Big Bear, Ca April 4, 2011 4:00 pm – The annual Big Bear Farmers Market will be opening this year on April 12.  Held at the Big Bear Lake Convention Center on the corner of Division Drive and Big Bear Boulevard each Tuesday from early April through October, the market allows Big Bear residents to purchase freshly picked fruits, vegetables, and flowers from local farmers, without having to travel down the hill.  All farm vendors at the market are required to sell their own produce from farms within a 300 mile radius.  Also part of the market are retail, craft, and baked goods vendors.  This year 9 new vendors have registered to sell at the market, with the potential of more to be added as the weather warms up.  Kerri Santoro, organizer of both the Big Bear and High Desert Farmers markets, says she is hoping to expand the food court at the market this season.  Several of the current food vendors have expanded their menus to include a continental breakfast, salads, and sandwiches.  The Big Bear Farmer’s Market is open each Tuesday from 8:30 am until 1:00 pm beginning April 12.  More information, including vendor requirements, is on the market’s website at highdesertfarmersmarket.com. [audio:http://kbhr933.com/wp-content/uploads/SP30589.mp3|titles=Big Bear Farmers Market Open April 12,...

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