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Soledad rebrands as gateway to new national park

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SOLEDAD, Calif. (AP) — Soledad, the Salinas Valley farm town that hugs Highway 101, is hoping for a much-needed economic boost now that a nearby protected mountain area called the Pinnacles has been designated as a national park. Soledad has hired a San Jose public relations firm to help rebrand the town as the "Gateway to the Pinnacles" as a way to bring tourism dollars, the Los Angeles Times...

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