We are so close! So close to opening the doors of Hub LA at 830 Traction in the beautiful Downtown Arts District! Construction nears completion and we are ready to announce our good intentions to the world. Today, Wednesday, August 8, we’ve sent out our first press release telling the story. Read it over and get excited with us—it outlines a bunch of great stuff you have to look forward.
January 28th, 2011 – Posted by Auren Kaplan
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The Pan American Bank in East Los Angeles is a full thriving community center serving small businesses and families in East LA while growing the impact economy.