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Friday, March 14, 2008

On hand for the ribbon cutting of Mauro Brother's new banquet room were Clay County Chamber of Commerce members Laura Clark, Melissa McCullough, David Lougmiller, Ted Paris, Lisa Watler and Kenny Crabb, Pat Heffner and Mayor Ann Bradshaw were also on hand, along with Terry Harrison and his son Alex, the staff of Mauro's and owner Mauro Martinez, cutting the ribbon. Lori Combs Photo.

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I am so happy for Mario and his family. They have worked very hard and it has all paid off. The smiles, friendly atmosphere, and definitely the wonderful food makes dining out a pleasure. I know of no other business owner that takes the time to come out to the tables and talk with his customers like Mario. He is great !!!!!

-- Posted by lyoung on Sat, Mar 15, 2008, at 11:01 AM

That is so awesome! Mario Brothers was always the favorite place for us to eat when we lived in Brazil. We have a few good Mexican restaurtants around us, but NONE compare to MB! Look forward to coming into town in May and eating at Mario Brothers! Great job! Congrats!

-- Posted by mrbrian on Sun, Mar 16, 2008, at 9:08 PM

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