Welcome to the Central Coast Bulletin. We’re glad to see you come on by and visit us.
We here at the Central Coast Bulletin go out and find the people and the businesses that build up San Luis Obispo County. We go out and find out about their story. We like to learn about the businesses that they build and the goods and services that they produce. We understand that they are the backbone of our local economy and what gives the Central Coast its image.
Many any of these local businesses are actually the real unsung heroes of the community.
When you see the kids little league games played on weekends, most of the time, they are sponsored by a local business. They help support and maintain historic and beautiful downtowns like the ones in Paso Robles and San Luis Obispo. They provide good-paying jobs and health benefits that help support families. They are contractor businesses that build the homes that our neighbors live in. There are hard working plumbers that keep our toilets and sinks water running smoothly and electricians that keep our lights, AC units, and heaters chugging along. They are the mechanics with hard-working hands that keep our cars rolling along when the brakes wear thin, tires wear out, parts need to be replaced, and check engine lights come on. They are the landscapers that endure some tough heat up in the north county keeping lawns looking sharp, tree and bushes trimmed, and irrigation systems in check.
Small business does the work that so many people simply take for granted.
This is why we created this website. We build it start to shine a light on some of these businesses that keep the entire Central Coast humming along every day. We wanted to hear the stories of how these hard working people got their start. We wanted to learn why some people entered their line of business and the tough fights they all went through to make a start.
It’s not easy to run a business. Profit margins can be extremely slim and they require a tremendous amount of risk. It takes guts, hard work, sacrifice and a willingness to do what others simply won’t do. We felt that it was about time someone shared what business owners go through.
Their stories need to be told.