Local officials express joy and positivity from new business openings

Santa Monica Celebrates Diversity and Growth with New Business Launches: From Bikes to Bites and Beyond

Santa Monica recently welcomed three new businesses to the community with ribbon-cutting ceremonies organized by the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce. On March 25, Oasis Restaurant, owned by Mickey Barnes and Brenda Garcia, was the first business to receive a celebration at 1413 5th St. The vast space was highlighted during the ceremony, with a $10,000 donation from Los Angeles Football Club and Pepsi as part of the Pepsi Dig In initiative supporting black-owned businesses.

Two days later, Bandit E-Bikes, a bicycle service and repair shop, opened its doors thanks to Richard Cao and Hansel Cisneros. Chamber members and local officials had a fun experience with the e-bikes at the 930c Broadway location. Mayor Phil Brock even took a test ride on one of the bikes.

On March 28, Medical Center of Santa Monica located at 2021 Santa Monica Blvd near Providence Saint John’s Health Center welcomed a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf location. National coffee chain executives and new store owner Jason Park were present at the event alongside the Chamber and local officials to celebrate the opening of the new coffee shop.

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