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Long Beach City Council extends agreement with GPALB through 2023

On Tuesday, the Long Beach City Council unanimously approved a new agreement with the Grand Prix Association of Long Beach that will allow the company to continue running the annual Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach through 2023, GPALB officials announced today. The new agreement, which will take effect starting with the April 13-15, 2018 Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach, sustains a relationship between the city and the Grand Prix Association which has spanned the last 43 years. "We're looking forward with great enthusiasm to the continuation of this extraordinary partnership between the City of Long Beach and the Grand Prix Association," said Jim Michaelian, president and CEO of...
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