DMVA recognizes leaders in revitalization efforts

The Del Mar Village Association recognized three individuals for their long-term support and contributions to the revitalization efforts in downtown Del Mar during the organization’s regular monthly meeting at L’Auberge on Feb. 26.

Pam Slater-Price, vice chairwoman of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, was named “Outstanding Event Sponsor of the Year” for her work with DMVA on events, including the Summer Solstice, Taste of Del Mar and Art Stroll, and Holiday Wonderland.

Jim Watkins, founder, president and chief executive officer of Winners Circle Resorts, was named “Outstanding Business Partner” for his ongoing support of the efforts.

Judith Bradley, Del Mar branch manager for Willis Allen Real Estate, was named the organization’s “Outstanding Volunteer of the Year” for her work spanning the last 10 years.

Related posts:

  1. Revitalization efforts heat up
  2. DMVA putting positive spin on retail season
  3. Padres agree to sell
  4. Fairgrounds officials try to sell naming rights
  5. DMVA to erect signs for visitors

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