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Colton City Council recognizes local business La Cadena Express

At the recent Colton City Council meeting, Council Member Dr.G (Dr. Luis S Gonzalez) presented La Cadena Express with a “Business Focus” recognition award for its successful business operation in the City of Colton. This well-known establishment is owned and operated by Dinesh and Sunita Ben Patel, and is truly one of Colton’s amazing success stories. Located at 420 N. La Cadena Ave, right in the heart of Colton, La Cadena Express boasts four dispensers, 8 gas pumps, and a convenience market, that has been servicing the residents and visitors of Colton for seven years. They are open 7 days a week from 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. Four employees work at the location, including Dinesh, Sunita Ben, and their two sons, Maulish and Parthiv. Born in India, Mr. and Mrs. Patel attended school, got married and started their family. Dinesh studied engineering in India, and Sunita Ben raised the two boys. They started learning English, and set their sights on moving to the United States in order to find more work and seek a better life to raise their family – a huge task in…

Sushi Miguel Style owner served Sayaka customers for over 25 years, expanding to Moreno Valley

Miguel and Anabel Aguirre, owners of Sushi Miguel Style in Colton, have a lifetime of dedicated customers and success to their name. Although Sushi Miguel Style has only been open for about six years, Miguel Aguirre forged a connection with guests at Sayaka’s in Colton, where he worked for over 25 years. “My Uncle Miguel started his career as a dishwasher at Sayaka’s, then he became a cook and started moving his way up,” said Paola Aguirre, Sushi Miguel Style Manager (Moreno Valley). Not only did Aguirre learn to make sushi at Sayaka’s, but it’s where he generated a legion of dedicated customers who enjoyed his zest for creativity, through sushi. “He started making a special chili sauce which is a chili oil, he invented this special sauce, along with pickled onions and offered it to customers and that’s how he started getting known around town. He had his own customers at Sayaka’s,” continued Aguirre. After studying and working so many years at Sayaka’s, Miguel felt it was time to move on and create a Sushi restaurant with a Latin twist. “I would say that…

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