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1st Meztiza to Open a Free Store Front in San Diego County

1st Meztiza to Open a Free Store Front in San Diego County

By Marissa Acierto
La Prensa San Diego


NATIONAL CITY —A mestiza woman of multi-ethnic descent of Filipina, Chinese, Scottish, Irish, Hispanic American descent went for the opportunity of a lifetime to be a business entrepreneur. Shirley Hunter was a former employee of Kaiser Hospital in the radiology healthcare department and currently a Real Estate Investor. Ms. Hunter recently open-ed up a free storefront in National City. Bottom-line it has no rental fees and no inventory cost.

In 2010 of December when the real estate market was declining, this amazing woman decided to participate in the business opportunity that would give her the challenges that life has to offer especially with the economic downfall that was going on not only nationwide but international. On June 24, 2011, the grand opening store front came into fusion and an American dream of owning a minority owned small business came true.

A perfect business opportunity for new and continuing small business entrepreneurs which was offered in the United States barely a year and a half ago.

The business opportunities offered free utilities (i.e. water, electric, insurance, etc.); a free inventory such as stock up supplies in stores and col-laterals, etc. Lastly, believe it or not “free rent”…

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