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San Diego, CA - Asian Business Association San Diego (ABASD) celebrated the grand reopening of their office, with a particular spotlight on the new Sycuan Community Room. The event marks a significant moment in continued commitment to support Asian Pacific Islander community organizations as well as business development and economic growth within the San Diego area.

The Sycuan Community Room, named after the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation, symbolizes the deep-rooted collaborative spirit of San Diego's diverse communities. The office space is available to community partners and small businesses that are in need of conference and meeting space in the Convoy District.

"Today's celebration goes beyond the reopening of our office; it signifies the resilience, unity, and growth of our vibrant Asian business community here in San Diego. The Sycuan Community Room, in particular, stands as a beacon for collaboration, innovation, and community engagement," Jason Paguio, President & CEO of ABASD, said. "As we step into the next chapter of our organization's journey, we continue to honor our enduring mission— to empower our community, members and the San Diego business community at-large."

After assisting over 6,700 small businesses virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic by ABASD’s Small Business Development Center, the community room is a continued resource available to the community as businesses continue to navigate the post-pandemic landscape. ABASD is committed to serving as a steadfast resource for small businesses in these challenging times, providing relevant information, valuable contacts, and strategic business development programs.

The team at ABASD invites the community to visit the newly reopened office and explore the Sycuan Community Room, as they continue to support and celebrate the dynamic San Diego's business landscape.

Interested groups can reach out to to check availability.

### The Asian Business Association Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening underserved Asian and Pacific Islander communities through leadership and education.

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