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Annual Report 2018

Fairplex's Annual Report 2018

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2018

Annual
Report

Greetings FROM PRESIDENT & CEO MIGUEL A. SANTANA

If someone had told me in January, 2018, to buckle up, I • Fairplex Presents – to become a model destination
wouldn’t have thought they meant it literally as part of my of art, culture and entertainment, and a place of
job. But that is what I did in my second year as President and community pride that celebrates the best of Southern
CEO of Fairplex – I took to the road. To celebrate the 2018 California through innovative, diverse and engaging
LA County Fair theme, “Get Your Kicks…at the LA County programming.
Fair” – a celebration of Route 66, I drove the Mother Road
from Chicago to the Santa Monica Pier. The journey was the • Economic Engine – foster inclusive, sustainable and
perfect metaphor for my second year, and Fairplex’s equitable economic growth by being an effective
96th anniversary. steward of Fairplex assets and by facilitating innovation,
investment and partnerships.
As I stated in last year’s annual report, my first 365 days were
a whirlwind of learning, leading and leaning in. In 2018, I was • Community Partner – support community well-being
able to cruise at a more moderate speed and begin making and neighborly relations through year-round arts,
an impact on big projects. agriculture, education, and wellness opportunities for
individuals, children and families to learn, share and
The biggest project completed in 2018 was the rollout of celebrate their passions.
the Fairplex Strategic Plan at a press conference in June.
The Strategic Plan process was a 14-month endeavor that For the second half of 2018, we began implementing the
included a thorough review of Fairplex’s mission, vision and Strategic Plan, and with good results. The LA County Fair
goals. It incorporated input from neighbors, community attendance increased by five percent and we ended the
and business partners, staff and subject matter experts from year on solid financial ground, including implementing the
throughout the region. organization’s first Reserved Fund.

What we delivered was a vision for the next three to five We’ll continue checking off goals in 2019. I look forward to
years, and a foundation for the next 100 years, that builds continuing the trajectory of 2018 far into the future.
Fairplex into a place to live, work, play, learn and grow. We
developed three priorities to get us there: Miguel A. Santana
President & CEO

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FROM DR. CIRIACO “CID” PINEDO,
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD

This was my first year at the helm of the Board of Directors.
One of the first tasks the Board gave to President & CEO
Miguel Santana was to get Fairplex back on track after a
couple of tumultuous years and to set the organization on a
course for the future.

The more immediate job was met with a successful 96th
anniversary LA County Fair. Our opening weekend saw the
largest attendance in the past seven years. Overall, Fair
attendance increased as did revenues. For the first time, we had
a theme that was incorporated throughout the grounds. It was a
thrill to see guests of all ages enjoy the nostalgic fun of Route 66.

The larger goal is to see that momentum continue. We look
forward to not only seeing the Fair grow as we head toward our
Centennial in 2022, but all of our self-produced events and the
hundreds of events we host each year.

Thank you to Miguel and the Fairplex staff for making 2018 a
successful year. And to our guests – we hope you return again
and again.

Ciriaco “Cid” Pinedo, EdD
Chairman
Board of Directors

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Strategic Plan

Where is Fairplex Going?

In June, Fairplex President & CEO Miguel A. Santana released the Fairplex Strategic Plan, a year-long project that included substantial community
input. The Strategic Plan focuses on three main priorities: Fairplex as a presenter of unique experiences, Fairplex as an economic engine and
Fairplex as a community partner and lays the framework for Fairplex’s immediate future, and scope for the next 100 years.

The Plan established a revised vision and mission statement for the organization, and a new set of guiding principles:

VISION GUIDING PRINCIPLES: SUSTAINABILITY

We aspire to be a model community partner, economic PUBLIC BENEFIT Committed to being
engine and presenter of unique experiences. Committed to doing financially healthy and
environmentally friendly
MISSION STATEMENT good in everything we do
UNIQUELY SOUTHERN
Fairplex is a nonprofit enterprise that serves as a place, a GUEST EXPERIENCE CALIFORNIA
convener and a creator of memories to strengthen the
community and economy through arts and entertainment, Placing our guests at the Celebrating the best of
agriculture, education and commerce. center of what we do our community

PARTNERSHIP

We are at our best when
we partner with others

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An Economic Impact Report commissioned as part of the Strategic JOBS SUPPORTED
Plan, and conducted by Beacon Economics, established a baseline
of the organization’s economic impact: Full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs

ECONOMIC OUTPUT GENERATED

$499.6 M 514 2,674 3,969 4,335 5,912

$557.3 M

$797 M TAX REVENUE GENERATED

$323.6 M

$58.2 M $2.7 M with an
additional $5.3 M

from Fairplex-

related activities

$65 M

$20.4 M

EARNINGS GENERATED

$295.2 M $25.3 M

$225.4 M $60.3 M
$202.4 M

$135.4 M

$25 M

Pomona Los Angeles County Southern California California United States 2018 Fairplex Annual Report 5

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Fairplex Fairplex
Presents
Fairplex took a 365-day road trip in 2018 that In 2018
included a stop at the most successful LA County
Fair in years, a side trip down the drag strip and 5%
parking our chassis at familiar year-round events.
INCREASE IN FAIR
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ATTENDANCE

1.2M

FAIR GUESTS SERVED

CHILDREN, TEENS AND ADULTS EDUCATED

500 EVENTS HELD THROUGHOUT THE YEAR

2018 Fairplex Annual Report 9

Fairla county

THEME, BOXES AND VALUE From admission specials to a Route $6.60 value menu to
all-inclusive attractions, the Fair was affordable and fun.
For the first time ever, the 2018 LA County Fair embraced a
theme that was incorporated in every aspect, celebrated The Fair saw a 5 percent increase in Fair-goers, with a total
around every corner and tasted on every food on a stick. “Get attendance at 1,251,209, while opening weekend saw
Your Kicks…at the LA County Fair” celebrated iconic Route 66 – double the number of visitors from 2017. Fair attendees
the Mother Road, Will Rogers Highway, Main Street of America. responded to both the value and content offered, with many
The Fair checked its oil, pumped up the tires, filled the tank and promotions designed to encourage guests to attend the Fair
headed for the open road – 2,448 miles across eight states all early to address the pressures of traffic on closing weekend.
compactly represented on our 487-acre campus.
From food & beverage to carnival sales, the Fair saw a 7
The Fair’s road trip literally started on the road! Fairplex President percent increase in revenue over the five-year average, which
& CEO Miguel A. Santana drove Route 66 from Chicago, Illinois was attributed to its value-conscious programming and a
to Santa Monica, California, documenting his trip on social theme that touched the heartstrings of all guests.
media along the way. As he meandered on his trek Miguel
stopped at iconic landmarks – many of which were recreated
at the Fair by Kathy Wadham and her Creative Department
team – and made new friends along the way, inviting them to
visit the Fair. Fair guests loved the theme –
one that was nostalgic enough to transcend generations.

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Collector’s
Boxes

The LA County Fair reminded guests that good things come
in small packages with the arrival and sale of souvenir
Collector’s Boxes, a new stylish, branded way to sell bundled
season passes to the Fair. Like the souvenir boxes sold at

Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, the Fair boxes
featured four season passes, parking passes, souvenir
lanyards, a postcard and more. When opened, the

box played the famous Bobby Troup-penned “Route
66,” remixed and sung by Los Angeles indie band
The Delirians. The boxes were a huge success, with

4,323 purchased, so much so that the Fair
will continue offering a
collector’s package
each year.

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On the Road
With the fair

These Route 66 landmarks made an appearance at the LA County Fair:

The Santa Monica Pier San Miguel Mission Kan-O-Tex Wrigley Field
Santa Monica, California The oldest church in the U.S. service station Chicago, Illinois
Galena, Kansas
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Wigwam Motel World’s Largest
Holbrook, Arizona Rocking Chair
Fanning, Missouri
Cadillac Ranch
Amarillo, Texas The Blue Whale of Catoosa
Catoosa, Oklahoma

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Miles 2,500
of fair food LITERS

OF LIQUID NITROGEN

FOR THE NITRO CANDY

POP AND NITRO TREATS

3,600 LBS 11,

OF PIZZA DOUGH

SLICES OF PEPPERONI

TORUNCEK OF CRUNCHY
LOAD FLAMIN’ HOT

CHEETOS

8,500TO TOP THE
ROASTED CORN, LBS OF POPCORN SEED
CHEESE FRIES,

PIZZA AND

CARAMEL APPLES

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8,000 LBS 4,500
LBS OF PECAN-SMOKED SAUSAGE
OF HOT DOGS
1,200 2,500
12,700 LBS OF PORK BELLY
$6.60 MAC N CHEESE LBS OF
& BUFFALO CHICKEN
WAFFLE CONES SOLD CHICKEN
AT CHICKEN CHARLIE’S
WINGS

800 500 25,000

GALLONS GALLONS LBS OF CANE SUGAR
FOR MAKING COTTON
OF PIZZA SAUCE OF BBQ SAUCE CANDY AND FRESH-
FOR THE BIG RIB SQUEEZED LEMONADE

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oktoberFest

The seventh annual Oktoberfest brought guests out for three weekends in
October, noshing on brats and beers and enjoying authentic music and
revelry. Attendance declined from 2017, due to inclement weather and
the Los Angeles Dodgers being in the World Series. However, Oktoberfest
at Fairplex was stilled rated as one of the best and most popular
Oktoberfest celebrations in Southern California.

kaboom!

The 32nd annual Fourth of July spectacular was a sellout,
as it has been since its inception, and was voted once
again as the best fireworks show in the Inland Empire.

Monster Truck madness entertained guests of all ages,
including the new Pit Party where guests got up close
and personal with a monster truck.

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LemonUpland
Festival

When life gives you lemons, hold a festival! In its sixth year producing
the Upland Lemon Festival, Fairplex drew on its production expertise
to create a celebratory three-day event, the largest of the year in
Upland. Proceeds benefited non-profit organizations in Upland and
The Learning Centers at Fairplex.

Cheers

L.A.’s Wine, Spirits, Beer & Food Festival drew nearly
1,000 guests to The Farm at Fairplex for an indulgent
evening featuring the award-winning wines, spirits,
beers and extra virgin olive oils of the Los Angeles
International Competitions. Proceeds benefited

The Learning Centers at Fairplex.

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Los Angeles

International competitions

The Los Angeles International Wine Competition, the flagship were equally successful. Global entries were received from
of the LA International Competitions, celebrated its 79th such countries as Argentina, Bulgaria, Chile, Japan, Mexico,
anniversary in 2018 with entries and judges from around the South Korea and the Ukraine.
globe. Spirits, Beer, Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Dairy competitions

ENTRIES:

2,921 422 1,307 658 375

WINES SPIRITS BEERS EVOOS DAIRY

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MemEn oria

The Farm Road and the infield were lined with colorful altars and even
more colorful low-rider cars during the second annual En Memoria event
in November. World-famous artists Ozomatli performed and families spent
the evening watching the Disney movie “Coco” in our “drive-in” theater.

Shothwe

In 2018 Fairplex hosted its first event highlighting the ballroom
scene, house system and the ball culture of the LGBTQ
community. The Show – a night of dance, art and expression
took place on the drag strip in July.

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Year-round

Events

Fairplex remained a relevant year-round entertainment and
business center in 2018, offering quality programming and
excellent customer service. Partner-produced events included:

Asian American Expo, which
drew thousands to its colorful

cultural festival.

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The 66th annual Los
Angeles Boat Show,
returning to Fairplex.

Modern Pentathlon, a pre-Olympic
competition with more than
140 athletes from 30 nations
competing in five sports.

Mecum Auctions,
which drew serious and casual

car collectors.

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Community 2018 COMMUNITY SUPPORT:

Partner Fairplex employees volunteered their time,
talent and treasure with several organizations
For nearly 100 years, Fairplex has and with Fairplex events themselves
remained committed to our local
community and regional partners. Hosted holiday parties for local neighbors
Fairplex is dedicated to building
stronger communities through For the second year, Fairplex offered an expo
responsible and relevant programs hall as the storing and staging of Isaiah’s
that create a positive influence in our Rock’s annual Christmas toy and food drive
community. As an organization, we for underprivileged families in the region
are an important component to the
social and physical environment of our $5M
community. It is our responsibility to be
an active and conscientious member. IN TOTAL CASH &
IN-KIND GIVING
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WEEK FOR HEROES AT
THE LA COUNTY FAIR:

$10,000 4,952 BLOOD DRIVES
RESULTING IN
DONATED TO THE SOLDIERS PROJECT, A RECORD
WHICH PROVIDES PSYCHOLOGICAL
SERVICES TO MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS 4,952 PINTS OF BLOOD AND
PLATELETS COLLECTED
53,495 BETWEEN PARTNERS:
AMERICAN RED CROSS,
CEDARS-SINAI, POMONA
VALLEY HOSPITAL,
HUNTINGTON HOSPITAL,
CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL LA
AND CITY OF HOPE

SCHOOL SUPPLIES DONATED THROUGH 7 3,8 1 8
SCHOOL SUPPLY THURSDAYS AT THE FAIR,
WITH DONATIONS GOING TO LOCAL SCHOOLS CANS OF FOOD
AND THE INLAND EMPIRE UNITED WAY
TO THE LOS ANGELES REGIONAL FOOD BANK DURING
LA COUNTY FAIR FOOD DRIVE FRIDAYS.

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TheLearning From infancy
Centers
ToKinder
Education has been a commitment of Fairplex since its
inception in 1922. Programs have evolved and thrived, resulting The Child Development Center at Fairplex, also a non-profit
in an impressive and enduring educational legacy for the 501(c)(3) organization, in partnership with the University of
surrounding communities. La Verne, is a valuable community resource serving families
with children from 12 weeks to 6 years old. Its staff of highly
The Learning Centers at Fairplex, a non-profit 501(c)(3) trained experts has designed an environment of learning
organization, is uniquely positioned to provide a wide variety of that encourages its young students to solve problems while
educational programs at Fairplex. By complementing existing developing empathy, and providing parents with education on
businesses and activities on the 487-acre Fairplex campus, parenting – to engage the family as a whole.
TLC’s unique programs offer participants a number of relevant
opportunities, from early childhood education to adult learning,
and fulfills unmet educational needs in the community.

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Career Ambassador

Stepping stones Volunteer
Program
The Career & Technical Education Center at Fairplex (CTEC)
prepared nearly 250 students for careers in the fields of arts, The key to the success of The Learning Centers at Fairplex is
media, fabric design, water technology, culinary, automotive, community involvement. The Ambassador Volunteer Program
energy, hospitality and agriculture. The goal is to grow to 2,000 consists of dedicated volunteers, called Ambassadors, willing
students educated annually in the next few years. to share their time, talents and commitment to serving others
through various Fairplex activities.

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Road
To art

The Millard Sheets Art Center presented
interpretations of the Mother Road in 15 immersive
installations from artists that spanned the spectrum
of age, gender, ethnicity and experience. Visitors to
Alt 66 experienced a unique set of installations that
examined the identity of America in the 20th century
and beyond. The exhibit also included thought-
provoking pieces on the Green Book, the travel guide
used by people of color, published from the 1930s to
the 1960s which offered information on safe places
to eat, rest and sleep while traveling across the United
States.

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Taking Route 66
to the fair to

Learn

More than 120,000 students and teachers made
the trek to the LA County Fair for Free FairKids
Field Trips. As volunteers from TLC’s Ambassador

Volunteer Program lined up to greet them,
thousands of students from schools throughout
Southern California entered the campus

ready to be awed, ready to learn and
ready to explore. What did they do? They
learned about geography via Route 66.

They ate bugs as a source of protein. They
discovered that art is a medium through
which to interpret society. Thanks to

generous donations, students attend the
World’s Largest Classroom for a day to
learn lessons that will last a lifetime.

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The

Farm

The Farm at Fairplex continues to be an
innovative, model agricultural business
and educational resource that serves our
diverse communities. Through sustainable
and locally focused programs, The
Farm builds awareness of healthy food
possibilities and educates in multiple
areas of farm-related culinary and
agriculture disciplines, with the goal
being to prepare students for careers
in agriculture.

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Economic Engine

Fairplex closed 2018 on solid financial ground, exhibiting the engine, to foster inclusive, sustainable and equitable economic
healthiest budget in 10 years that included more than $600,000 in growth by being an effective steward of Fairplex assets and by
positive net income and a $500,000 reserve. One of the goals of facilitating innovation, investment and partnerships. The work
the Strategic Plan is to position Fairplex as a regional economic accomplished in 2018 sets Fairplex on a positive trajectory.

BUSINESS UNIT OPERATING OPERATING EXPENSES NET OPERATING
REVENUES INCOME
LA COUNTY FAIR & $43,718,484
FAIRPLEX EVENTS $44,929,491 $15,455,085 $1,211,007
SHERATON FAIRPLEX HOTEL
& CONFERENCE CENTER $19,604,641 $4,149,556

RELATED ENTERPRISES $5,234,445 $2,494,498 $2,739,947

TOTAL $69,768,577 $61,668,067 $8,100,510

The non-operating activity takes into NON-OPERATING ACTIVITY ($7,488,826)
consideration non-operating revenues and
expenses such as depreciation, investment INCREASE IN NET ASSETS ($611,684)
income and interest expenses.

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Sheraton
Fairplex hotel
& Conference Center
The award-winning Sheraton Fairplex enjoyed another year
of excellent customer ratings and booking new clients. The
conference center hosted a selection of new social and
business events at the Conference Center and the hotel
remained one of the busiest Sheratons in the country.

Finish Line
Sports Bar & grill
Finish Line remained one of the region’s favorite sports bar,
drawing crowds for major sporting events and Inter-Track
Wagering (ITW). It hosted several events, including game nights.

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koa/rv park NHRA

The award-winning park was filled with guests year- NHRA Winternationals and World Finals brought fans to
round. The park continues its practice of providing their feet with another year of exciting racing.
priority accommodations to patients receiving
treatment at the City of Hope. Renovation to the RV
Park continued, with completion expected in 2019.

Barretts sales rv & boat storage

Barretts Sales held its final sales in 2018. After years of Occupancy remained at nearly 100 percent, as the storage
decline in the racing industry, Barretts was shuttered facility offers a secure, convenient and affordable option for
at the end of the year. area residents.

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Leadership

2018 OFFICERS Walter Marquez Vice Chair of the Board Richard Martinez
Vice President Finance & Christina Loza Superintendent
Ciriaco “Cid” Pinedo, EdD Chief Financial Officer Attorney, Managing Partner Pomona Unified School District
Chairman of the Board Loza & Loza, LLP
Holly Reynolds, EdD J. Michael Ortiz, PhD
Christina Loza Executive Director, Ronald Bolding Retired President
Vice Chair of the Board The Learning Centers President California State Polytechnic
Pilgrim Place University, Pomona
Linda Bosserman-Piatt, MD Dwight Richards
Secretary of the Board Vice President Operations Linda Bosserman-Piatt, MD John Solomon
Clinical Assistant Professor & Owner & President
Miguel A. Santana Lucas Rivera Medical Oncologist Liquorama Fine Wine
President & Chief Senior Vice President City of Hope Medical
Executive Officer Group Inc. Ed Tessier
Kathleene Yeram Vice President
Cielo V. Castro Assistant Secretary to the Board Heidi Hanson Arteco Partners
Chief of Staff Finance & Administrative
2018 DIRECTORS Manager Kiana Webb
Dale Coleman Rain Bird International Chief Operations Officer
Vice President Sales and Chairman of the Board Webb Family Enterprises
Chief Revenue Officer Ciriaco “Cid” Pinedo, EdD John Landherr
President & CEO President
Neel Garlapati Children’s Fund A-Z Bus Sales Inc.
Senior Director of Development

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2018 DIRECTORS Linda Keagle Jil Stark *Jon Blickenstaff
EMERITI Owner & Vice President Retired College Educator Retired Educator
C & C Organization
Bernie Bernstein Jack Todd Laura Bollinger
Certified Public Accountant Arthur Ludwick Chairman of the Board Community Volunteer
Yoss, Allen, Bernstein,LLP Retired Chief Financial Officer Todd Memorial Chapel
and Senior Vice President *Bob Bush
Robert Burwell Rain Bird Corporation Ronald Vera Retired Senior Vice President
Retired President Attorney at Law Western Newspaper Group
Pomona Valley Hospital Stephen Morgan, EdD Vera & Barbosa Donrey Media Group
Medical Center Retired President
University of La Verne & Reginald Webb *Charles Cable
Richard Crean University of the West President Retired President and CEO
Partner Indian Hill Management Co. Hillcrest
California Financial Planners Thomas Nuss
Retired Superior Court Judge 2018 ASSOCIATION Peter Clifford
Robert Dukes MEMBERS President
Retired Superior Court Judge Janet Paulson National Hot Rod Association
Retired Vice President of Mike Beckman
Juan Gamboa Nursing Services CAS Properties, LLC Soraya Coley, PhD
Realtor Pomona Valley Hospital President
Coldwell Banker Medical Center *Elizabeth Bingham California State Polytechnic
Senior Minister University, Pomona
Susan Hyland James Piatt Congregational Church of the
Owner/CEO Retired Superior Court Judge Chimes Reyna Del Haro
The Claremont Club Director of Public Affairs and
Larry Rinehart James Blancarte Brand Communications
Molly Johnson Retired President & CEO Court Commissioner Kaiser Permanente
Retired PFF Bank & Trust Los Angeles Superior Court
Group Work Administrator 2018 Fairplex Annual Report 33

*Association Life Member

Scott Dilley Don Galleano Don Kendrick Thelma Melendez de Santa
President President Owner Ana, PhD
Sanders Towing & Galleano Winery Don Kendrick Real Estate State Administrator, Office
Lock & Key, Inc. of the State Administrator
Heidi Gallegos Chris Kersting Inglewood Unified
Michael Driebe President & Chief Executive President School District
President Officer SEMA
Methodist Hospital Foundation Brea Chamber of Commerce Robert Mendez
Patrick Leier Attorney & Adjunct Professor
*Robert Eggert Jimmy Gutierrez Retired Superintendent Whittier College
Retired District Manager, Retired Chino City Attorney Pomona and Lynwood Unified
East Valley Division, School Districts Iris Patronite
Southern California Roger Hanawalt, DDS Senior Consultant
Gas Company Dentist Devorah Lieberman, PhD The Organizational Network
President
Jimmy Espinoza Thomas Hsieh University of La Verne Rodri Rodriguez
Managing Member Chief Executive Officer President and CEO
Inland Investment Partners, LLC Splinter Rock Inc Felice Loverso, PhD Rodri Entertainment Group
President and CEO
Jeffrey Fairley Gilbert Ivey Casa Colina, Inc. *Mike Smith
Owner, Doctor of Retired Assistant General Retired Attorney at Law
Physical Therapy Manager & Chief Kevin Lyman
The Body Center Administrative Officer Owner Jeff Stark
Metropolitan Water District 4-Fini Partner
Bill Fox of Southern California Fukagawa-Stark & Associates
Real Estate Developer Daniel Manning
Gorden, Kao Group Vice President *Royce Stutzman
William Fujioka Director Coca-Cola USA Chairman
WT Fujioka Consulting CCYP Media Group Vicenti, Lloyd &Stutzman

34 2018 Fairplex Annual Report *Association Life Member

Ben Su 2018 SPONSORS • T-Mobile • Main Street Banner
Director of Program • US Army • Mathisen Oil Co.
Development LA County Fair • Waterlase Laser Dentistry • Metro
Home of Angels • Wells Fargo • Park West Landscape
• Albertsons Vons • Wyndham Vacation
Joshua Swodeck • Anheuser Busch Services
Brand Consultant • Ballast Point Resorts • Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse
• Cal Spas • Premier Printing
Emmett Terrell • CAULIPOWER Pizza Upland Lemon Festival • Priority Building Services
Retired Deputy Superintendent • Chevrolet • Pro Audio Video Inc
of Personnel Services • Coca Cola • Claremont Hyundai • Ray Cammack Shows Inc
Pomona Unified School District • Cutco Cookware • Deep Eddy Vodka • Rolling Stages Inc
• Diamond Resorts • DirecTV • SC Beverage
*Gary Thomas • DirecTV • Handel’s Ice Cream • State Farm
Retired Facility Director • Groupon • Shock Top • Staff Pro
HCC Industries • Hotel Life Sheets • Shock Top Lemon Shandy • Trinity Facility Services
• Hot Dog on a Stick • Sleep Number
John Todd • Huck Finn Jubilee • SoCalGas En Memoria
President • Jerome’s Furniture • T-Mobile
Todd Memorial Chapel • Kaleo Marketing • Walmart • HealthNet / Covered
• King Taco Restaurants • Welk Resorts California
Ron Vander Molen • Kitchen Craft
Owner • Lucas Oil KABOOM Oktoberfest
Vander Molen Fine Art • Mattress Firm
• MorningStar Farms • Best, Best & Krieger, LLP • Ballast Point
Mark Warren • O’Reilly Auto Parts • Budweiser • Franziskaner
Owner • Riboli Family Wines • C&L Refrigeration • KlowdTV
BMR Rentals • Sprint • Cal Poly Pomona • Krombacher
• Stok Coffee • Choura Events • Paseo’s at Ontario
• Subway Restaurants • Coca Cola • Spaten
• Superior Grocers • Cold Star Ice • Swisher Sweets
• Cole Schaefer • Welk Resorts

Ambulance Service
• K1 Speed

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