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Bemidji Chamber recognizes new owners of Mi Rancho

Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently welcomed Blanca Mendoza and Wilbert Sausedo as the new owners of Mi Rancho Cocina Y Copas, located at 677 Anne St. NW, in Bemidji.

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Pictured from left, in back: Ambassadors Chad Harding, Betsie Curb, Brian Bissonette and Jerry Downs. In front: Chamber Executive Director Abby Randall, Ambassador Sylvia Wildgen, Owners Blanca Mendoza and Wilbert Sausedo, and Ambassador Ashley Stevens.
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Bemidji Chamber Ambassadors recently welcomed Blanca Mendoza and Wilbert Sausedo as the new owners of Mi Rancho Cocina Y Copas, located at 677 Anne St. NW, in Bemidji.

Mi Rancho Cocina Y Copas, which means “Kitchen and Drinks,” is where Blanca and Wilbert want friends to come to relax, sip specialty tequilas and craft cocktails, and enjoy their homemade, authentic Mexican cuisine.

Check out their new menu by visiting miranchobemidji.com.

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