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After a premeditated and malicious plot to force Super L Ranch Market out of business, Charlie Lai took his story to the Phoenix City Council. True North retaliated by filing a libel lawsuit against Charlie. Charlie Lai’s story once again reiterates the vicious and ruthless pattern of how True North and David Tedesco conduct business.
Why Boycott Realty Executives, Passport Health and PumpItUpFunBrands to Save Phoenix Chinese Cultural Center?
Phoenixchineseculturalcenter: “Passport Health and PumpItUpFunBrands to Save Phoenix Chinese Cultural … purchased 97 units at the Phoenix Chinese Cultural Center.” read more
The Beijing Garden Story as told by Restaurant Owner Honglei Tian and Attorney Jack Wilenchik. This is the 1st episode in a series that tell the story of the battle against David Tedesco and the True North Companies and the atrocities they committed against the tenants of the Chinese Cultural Center. This story features the […]
“We have officially closed our chapter at this location. We want to thank all of our customers, friends, families and neighbors for all the support you have given us for the past 20 years. We will see you again soon at our new south Scottsdale location next month,” the international and Asian-focused grocer wrote on […]
Phoenixchineseculturalcenter: ” Passport Health, along with Realty Executives and Pump It Up (Fun Brand) is an investor in the 97 units purchased at the Chinese Cultural Center by Tedesco …” read more
Phoenixchineseculturalcenter: “David Tedesco and his partners bought 97 … Realty Executives, Passport Health and Pump It Up–Fun Brand.) At the …” read more
Azcentral: “News of a remodel to Phoenix’s Chinese Cultural Center announced last summer sparked a feud over property rights and preservation that is …” read more
Azcentral: “An Arizona court’s ruling will allow the Chinese Cultural Center’s … have struggled because 668 North closed the Chinese garden to the public.” read more
Azcentral: “The Super L Ranch Market at the Chinese Cultural Center has closed and will be moving to a new location in south Scottsdale. “We have …” read more