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Legoland California Resort and North County Leaders Call For Businesses to be Allowed to Open

WHAT: Supervisor Jim Desmond, LEGOLAND California and Mayors from North San Diego County are eager to get businesses back open. The economic toll COVID-19 has taken on small and large businesses is devastating.

Supervisor Desmond, LEGOLAND and Mayors from North County will be asking for all businesses that were closed on July 12th to be allowed to safely reopen, along with some additional businesses.

WHEN: Friday, August 28, 10 a.m.

WHERE: Miniland U.S.A. inside LEGOLAND California (One Legoland Dr, Carlsbad, CA 92008)

Media RSVP to Julie Estrada at LEGOLAND California for Parking Directions: Julie.Estrada@LEGOLAND.com

WHO: Vice-Chairman, Jim Desmond

LEGOLAND California Resort President, Kurt Stocks

Carlsbad Mayor, Matt Hall

Escondido Mayor, Paul McNamara

San Marcos Mayor, Rebecca Jones

Vista Mayor, Judy Ritter

WHY: Coronavirus caused and will continue to cause, significant negative impacts to local business in San Diego County. Businesses deemed “non-essential” by the state have been required to close, leading to a collapse in revenues and a huge increase in people out of work. Businesses have come up with plans to safely reopen and proven their willingness to reopen in a safe and effective manner.

 

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