El Charro's President Is Determined To Keep A Latin Nightclub Going For Tucson
After learning that CVS Pharmacy recently bought El Mercado Shopping Center, on the corner of Broadway Boulevard and Wilmot Road, I asked Ray Flores Jr., president of El Charro, a few questions about the future of the 17-year-old Latin nightclub that will soon be closing.
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#1 Feb 2, 2013
What Tucson needs is another pharmacy. Or another check cashing business or a tattoo parlor or maybe a mattress store. City officials who issue these business licenses should just say NO to the same tired businesses that have over-run our city.
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