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  • Bruce Halle

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    Bruce Thomas Halle (May 27, 1930 – January 4, 2018) was an American businessman, and the founder and chairman of Discount Tire. He was the wealthiest person in Arizona, with an estimated net worth of $5.2 billion at the time of his death.

  • Les Schwab Tire Centers

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    Les Schwab Tire Centers is a tire retail chain operating in the western United States. Founded in 1952, The company is named for founder Les Schwab and is headquartered in the Central Oregon city of Bend. The private company employs over 7,000 people in nine western states. The company is known for its customer-oriented employees and product guarantees.

  • The Boulevard Mall

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    The Boulevard Mall is located at 3528 S. Maryland Pkwy in Paradise, Nevada, United States (an unincorporated town in the Las Vegas Valley). The mall, located on , is a single-story super-regional mall with of lease-able retail space. The mall has 140 stores, of which there are seven anchor stores (Goodwill, John's Incredible Pizza Company, Marshalls, 99 Ranch Market, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield (coming soon), Headz Up (coming soon), and Sears). Initially announced as the Parkway Mall in September 1963, it opened as The Boulevard Mall on March 6, 1968, as the state's first enclosed, climate-controlled shopping mall. The mall contained 26 stores and four department stores upon opening. The mall became one of the top shopping spots in the Las Vegas Valley, and was popular among tourists because of its close proximity to the Las Vegas Strip. Customer attendance decreased after the opening of the nearby Fashion Show Mall in 1981. The Boulevard Mall was renovated in 1984. An expansion and further renovations began in 1990 and were completed in 1992, at a cost of $60 million. It was the largest mall in southern Nevada until 2003. Beginning in 2008, the mall was affected by a decrease in customer attendance due to the Great Recession. By early 2012, the mall experienced increased customer visitations after introducing several Hispanic community organizations as tenants, in response to the growing nearby Hispanic community. Sansone Companies purchased the mall in November 2013, at a cost of $54.5 million, and then launched a $25 million overhaul of the mall which included several unique tenants.

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