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What’s new: Electric gamebox unlocked at Victoria Gardens; Nurses get free smoothies today at the juice chain

A new escape room has opened in Rancho Cucamonga, blending team strategy and digital technology inside an innovative “game box”.

Immersive gaming franchise Electric Gamebox opens on April 7 at Victoria Gardens.

Players in groups of two to six people move inside interactive “digital smart rooms” or “gamebox” pods. Inside the box, players use a touch screen, lidar, and 3D-motion tracking to play the game.

Teams play a series of games and challenges that can only be accomplished through cooperation. The gaming experience, the company says, lasts between 15 and 60 minutes.

The new concept, which debuted in 2020, has locations in Houston, Chicago, Salt Lake City, Denver, Washington, DC and San Antonio, Texas.

Players of all ages can play in the Electric Gamebox.

Tickets range in price from $5 to $30 and can be purchased online and in-store. Address: 12505 N. Mainstreet. For more information, visit electricgamebox.com/.

Juice It Up!  Will give free medium smoothies to health workers and nurses on Monday.  (Photo courtesy of Juice It Up, Ryan Tanaka 2021)
Juice It Up! Will give free medium smoothies to health workers and nurses on Monday. (Photo courtesy of Juice It Up, Ryan Tanaka 2021)

Free smoothies for healthcare workers today

If you’re a nurse or healthcare worker, juice it up! There’s a smoothie for you today.

The Newport Beach-based juice and acai bowl chain is celebrating National Nurses Week and National Hospital Week on May 9 by giving healthcare workers a free classic smoothie of their choice (medium-sized).

Customers need to show a valid medical ID to get the free smoothie. There is a limit of one drink per customer. Add-ons will cost extra.

The Summer Movie Clubhouse program returns to Cinemark theaters in several inland Empire cities this summer.  Wednesday morning tickets are $1.50.  (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, San Bernardino Sun/SCNG)
The Summer Movie Clubhouse program returns to Cinemark theaters in several inland Empire cities this summer. Wednesday morning tickets are $1.50. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, San Bernardino Sun/SCNG)

The Summer Film Program returns this summer

The Summer Movie Clubhouse event and its $1.50 tickets return to Cinemark theaters in several inland Empire cities, offering an inexpensive way to break out of the sun and heat.

The big screen schedule includes family-friendly films from Universal Pictures. It runs from 15 June to 3 August.

Movies run every Wednesday at 10 a.m. and cost $1.50 per ticket, plus taxes (this is for kids and adults). Cinemark states that children under 11 be accompanied by an adult.

Films on the show include Angry Birds, DreamWorks Animation’s The Boss Baby: Family Business, Clifford the Big Red Dog, Paw Patrol: The Movie, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaways, Scoob!, Illumination Sing 2 and Tom and Jerry on the Big Screen. bar is included. Again just for this special event.

Ticket sales begin Monday, May 16 on Cinemark.com or on the Cinemark app.

The 55-unit Charlemont Village in Ontario has been sold to a Texas investment firm for $23.9 million.  (Courtesy of MAG Capital Partners)
The 55-unit Charlemont Village in Ontario has been sold to a Texas investment firm for $23.9 million. (Courtesy of MAG Capital Partners)

Townhome community receives $434K per unit

The 55-unit Charlemont Village in Ontario has been sold to a Texas investment firm for $23.9 million.

MAG Capital Partners acquired 1625 E.G. from an undisclosed investor. Bought property on St. The firm said it will update the interior and exterior elements of the 36-year-old complex.

The gated townhouse community, built in 1986, sits on 5 acres and includes a mix of two-, three- and four-bedroom units, which include yards and a two-car garage.

Amenities include a swimming pool and clubhouse.

“Finding good multi-family opportunities in Southern California is no easy task,” said Andrew Gee at MAG Capital Partners.

The seller was represented by The Moghrebi Group’s Costa Mesa office. Judd Dunning of DWG Capital Group’s Los Angeles office structured the financing for the buyer.

Golden Sands Plaza, a retail strip center in San Bernardino, has sold for $1.1 million.  (Courtesy of Marcus and Millichap)
Golden Sands Plaza, a retail strip center in San Bernardino, has sold for $1.1 million. (Courtesy of Marcus and Millichap)

San Bernardino Retail Center sold for $1.1 million

According to Marcus & Millichap, Golden Sands Plaza, a retail strip center in San Bernardino, has sold for $1.1 million.

The 60-year-old center at 1090 W Highland Ave. was sold to an unknown investor executing the 1031 exchange.

The seller was identified only as a limited liability company in Northern California.

The annual Vine County Classic Golf Tournament, organized by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, will be held on June 10 at the Temecula Creek Inn.  (File photo: The Press Enterprise)
The annual Vine County Classic Golf Tournament, organized by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, will be held on June 10 at the Temecula Creek Inn. (File photo: The Press Enterprise)

There is a golf tournament on June 10 in Temecula

The annual Vine County Classic Golf Tournament, organized by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, will be held on June 10 at the Temecula Creek Inn.

Reservations can be made at www.temecula.org. Individual and foursome reservations are available. Individual golfers will be assigned to teams of four. As of May 1, it’s $200 for a regular single or $800 for a four.

Dinner will be provided by Temecula Creek Inn.

For more information, contact Amber Ponsy at amber@temecula.org or 951-676-5090. call on

Rancho Cucamonga resident Joni I. Sinclair, 60, has been appointed to serve as a judge on the San Bernardino County Superior Court.  (Courtesy of Joni Sinclair)
Rancho Cucamonga resident Joni I. Sinclair, 60, has been appointed to serve as a judge on the San Bernardino County Superior Court. (Courtesy of Joni Sinclair)

appointment

Rancho Cucamonga resident Joni I. Sinclair, 60, has been appointed to serve as a judge on the San Bernardino County Superior Court. Judge Stephen G. His appointment fills a vacancy created after Selson’s retirement. Sinclair has served as commissioner on Riverside County Superior Court since 2021 and as deputy public defender at the San Bernardino County Public Defender firm from 2015 to 2021.

Christian Latta, 32, a resident of Eastwell, has been appointed to the California Board of Accountancy. She is the owner and CEO of Chic CPA. Latta was also audit supervisor at Raimondo Petit Group in 2021. Senate confirmation is not required for this position. Compensation is $100 per day.

Business Brief is compiled and edited by Business Editor Samantha Gowen. Submit items to sgowen@scng.com. High-resolution images can also be submitted. Allow at least one week for publication. Items are edited for length and clarity.

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