Refreshing Sign in Grand Junction

BizThe above sign is posted on the Loncheria Rubi, a food truck selling home-made Mexican fare located next to Sprouts Farmers Market on I-70 Business Loop in Grand Junction. It is a refreshing change from the harsher, nastier signs displayed by some other local businesses, like Alida’s on Main Street and NiteLife Billiards on North Ave. (“I Built This Business Kiss My Ass Obama”), in which business owners state their belief that they built their businesses without any assistance from government-funded infrastructure, like roads, ports or bridges, power and drainage systems, or institutions like public schools or universities.

Paul Liebe's family-unfriendly banner outside his business, NiteLife Billiards, on North Ave.

Paul Liebe’s family-unfriendly banner outside his business, NiteLife Billiards, on North Ave.  

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