Sara Tasch, Shoshannah Hart, Stephanie Caballero —founder of The Estate Planning & Legacy Law Center — and representative Sophia Hernandez from Assemblyman Rocky Chavez's office. Photos by Christina Macone-Greene
Carlsbad Community

Carlsbad businesses’ Open House nets hundreds of guests

Candace Simpson, Mario Caballero and Tracy Devany of Extraordinary Conceptions.

CARLSBAD — An Open House hosted by The Estate Planning & Legacy Law Center and Extraordinary Conceptions, both headquartered at the Palomar Crest Corporate Center, drew a crowd of more than 400 guests on Oct. 26.

While both companies celebrated their new Carlsbad headquarters, The Estate Planning & Legacy Law Center took part in a Carlsbad Chamber Ribbon Cutting. Also on hand for the ribbon cutting were representatives from the offices of Assemblyman Rocky Chavez and Congressman Darrell Issa.

Local business members in the area joined in on the festivities.

The public event was catered by Tommy V’s with appetizers and cocktails. Culver Beer in Carlsbad supplied its unique craft selection for beer aficionados.

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