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Grand opening of Cedar Band Travel Plaza near Interstate 15 Exit 51, Cedar City, Utah, June 12, 2020 | Photo by Jeff Richards, St. George News / Cedar City News
Cedar Band of Paiutes celebrates new travel plaza with ribbon cutting.
CEDAR CITY NEWS ARTICLE
The Cedar Band Travel Plaza opened to the public Friday with a grand opening ceremony to offer travelers a new place to shop, eat and fuel up.
The plaza functions as an operating entity of the Cedar Band Corporation, which is owned by the Cedar Band of Paiutes.
Cedar Band Corporation President and CEO Paul Terry told Cedar City News groundbreaking for the project took place in May of 2019, and many people contributed to being able to open the plaza.
“We’re very proud of our general contractors, our architects and engineers, our project management, my executive team,” Terry said. “They all worked very diligently over the last 15 months to get us to where we are at today.”
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