Sun Diego Grand Opening at Flower Hill

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A Grand Opening Celebration was held June 27 for the new Sun Diego Boardshops location at Flower Hill Promenade (2600 Via De La Valle, Del Mar).

Sun Diego Boardshops has eight San Diego County locations, specializing in a wide selection of skate, surf and beach apparel, accessories and equipment. For more information, visit www.sundiego.com or call 858-793-1054.

Photos/Jon Clark

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