Even if you’re only commuting to the office a couple of times a week, gas prices are still ridiculously high. Our 31-Day Pass offers excellent value -- especially at the current sale price of 50% off, but maybe with new hybrid schedules, you don't need a 31-Day Pass. That's why we've introduced the brand new 10-Trip Pass -- allowing you and your part-time in-office team members more flexible savings! The pass activates the first time it’s tapped on the fare box and remains active until the next time
New fares boast easier, free transfers, bigger student discounts, and bonus -- the Silver Streak for $1.75! There's also a new, more flexible 10-Trip Pass that bends to new hybrid work needs. Learn more at foothilltransit.org/newfares. Don't forget, our Summer Sale -- all passes 50% off. The Summer Sale is now through September 30 and covers the Day Pass, all 31-Day Passes, and the brand new 10-Trip Pass. Learn more at foothilltransit.org/summersale. Have a safe, and hopefully less expensive summer!
Here's a fun, relaxing way for you to try transit and get to the Rose Bowl in style. Catch the Head in the Clouds Music and Arts Festival on August 20 without the hassle of driving. The Foothill Transit shuttle is a straight shot to the front gates.Take Line 187 to Raymond and Walnut orPark your car at the Parsons parking lot and hop on the bus. Foothill Transit Shuttle buses start operating 3 hours before each event and continues an hour after the end of the show! Visit foothilltransit.org/rosebowl for
At their end-of-the-year party in June, the Glendora Kiwaniannes celebrated their fund-raising efforts for the year and local Glendora merchant, Connie Andrews. Andrews is the owner of Andrews Inc. clothing store which it has been in business for 50 years! Connie Andrews, the proprietor, has been a strong supporter of the Kiwaniannes especially helping the club with their Designer Bag Bingo event which will finally be held this November 5. Tickets go on sale on September 1. For details, visit the
With passing time and increasing competition, an organization, however established it may be, needs to change in order to grow. For an employee, a change could mean different work culture, obsolete technical knowledge, or changing management techniques. Because of such reasons change is not a welcome alternative for many; such cases should be handled with utmost care and careful communication only.The role of communication in the success of any business function is a well-documented fact. Its efficacy is