Two new Solana Beach businesses open


The Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce recently hosted ribbon cuttings for two new Solana Beach businesses:

•Sprint/Wireless Choice located at 126 S Solana Hills Drive. Owner Kristian Allos hosted 40 guests for this celebration. They are a Sprint wireless retail store and can be contacted at (858) 481-1104.

•Kaia FIT San Diego, owned by Tara Szen, is located at 564 Stevens Avenue. They are a women’s-only fitness and athletic program that provides functional training for women of all ages and fitness levels. They can be contacted at (858) 735-7136.

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