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San Manuel Band opens new business at development site
Posted: Tuesday, June 7, 2011
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
in California will welcome a new business to its mixed-used development project.
The SportsWatch Bar and Grill opens next week. It's one of several businesses at the
San Manuel Village
, which is now at full capacity.
"This is really a whole education realm for the tribe ... for individual tribal members to see how business grows and how to get involved in the community," Chairman James Ramos told The San Bernardino County Sun.
Ramos said the tribe is looking to expand SportsWatch if the business does well.
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