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Photo Editor:

Chuck Bennett

Phone: (310) 540-5511 ext. 6358


Photographers:

Stephen Carr

Robert Casillas

Brad Graverson

Jeff Gritchen

Sean Hiller

Steve McCrank

Brittany Murray

Scott Varley

Photo Dept general email questions


Phone: (310) 543-6616

Tequila ad on the Villa Rivera
Date: 4/16/2008 Album ID: 497305
Photos by Jeff Gritchen
A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign.
LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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LONG BEACH - A Patron Tequila advertisement hangs on the west side of the Villa Rivera building in Downtown Long Beach, Calif. on April 16, 2008. The building, which is undergoing renovation, received money to hang the advertisement during Grand Prix weekend, but the city has issued a cease and desist order to the building because they say the building owners didn't get a city permit for the sign. 
Jeff Gritchen/Long Beach Press-Telegram
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