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The Prescott Daily Courier | Prescott, Arizona
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Reports: Event Center loses hundreds of thousands per year
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Most businesses would struggle to make it through two or three years of small losses.

Not so on Main Street and Florentine Road, where - despite seven years of six-figure losses - the Prescott Valley event center is still in operation.

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