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Wholesalers and Retail Customers Keep Bakers Busy

Gluten Free Baking Co. Finds Niche In What It Leaves Out of Its GoodiesIn 2020, after four years of being a wholesale vendor, Clairemont-headquartered Gluten Free Baking Co. will open its first retail site.

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Terzi announced his retirement in 2019 after 10 years in the role

Garden Fresh Restaurants LLC Hires Raindrop Agency

According to a press release, Raindrop will lead brand and website development, photo and video production, media planning and buying, search marketing, social media advertising, public relations and design for Garden Fresh Restaurants LLC.

Younger Demographic Finds Appeal of Private Jet Travel

TRAVEL: Entrepreneur Economy Brings Money, More Luxurious Options

Schubach Aviation sees more and more clients under the age of 40.

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Association Helps Bring Input, Influence To Little Italy Issues

For Fiscal Year 2019, Group Reports $3.6 Million in Revenue

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New Operators of Loma Club Plan To Up Its Game

Country Club Cuisine, Cocktail Program Part of Broader Hospitality Appeal

Laura Johnson and Luke Mahoney founded You & Yours Distilling Co., an urban distillery and tasting room in the East Village, in 2017.

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Surf Cup Sports Said to Have $120M Economic Impact

ECONOMY: The Groups Generate $32M Annually Just for Lodging

According to a report gathered and released by San Diego Taxpayers Advocate San Diego Surf Soccer Club, generate $120 million in annual economic impact.

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Miramar-Based Gaya Gaya Restaurant Closes

Owner and chef Danilo "DJ" Tangalin said rent increases forced him to shut the doors to Gaya Gaya Restaurant in Miramar.

Taylor Is in Tune With Its Mexico Operations

RETAIL: Tecate Site Helps Company To Be Globally Competitive

Operating a factory in Baja California, Mexico, for nearly two decades has helped El Cajon-based Taylor Guitars.

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Distroller Welcomes The Competition To the Field of Play

Toy Store Is Confident in Its Brands and Values

In July, Toys “R” Us announced it was making a comeback in the United States with at least two stores.

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Donovan’s Steak & Chop House Closes La Jolla Location

According to reports, Donovan's Steak & Chop House cites the high cost of doing business in California as a reason for the La Jolla closure.

Wide Appeal Expected From Renovated Mission Bay Resort

TOURISM: Name Change, $21M Renovation Set to Debut in January

A year after Pebblebrook Hotel Trust became its owner and after completing a $21 million renovation, San Diego Mission Bay Resort will open January 2020.

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Blenders’ Founder Sells 70% Equity Stake In Sunglasses Co.

CEO Says Team to Remain the Same; Co. to Keep P.B. HQs

In early October, Blenders Eyewear founder Chase Fisher told San Diego Business Journal the company had grown its revenue by 300% in the last two years.

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Smokin J’s Opening Brick and Mortar Store in Old Poway

Mobile Business to Go On Back Burner for Now

At its peak and since launching in 2017, Smokin J’s BBQ has averaged 60 events a month.

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Paired With Shops, Winery Flourishes

RETAIL: Environment Is Perfect for Events, Makes It a Destination

Bernardo Winery was founded in 1889. At 130 years old, it is the oldest winery in Southern California.

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