March 22, 2012

5 Questions for the Sonoran Pueblo Assistant Director

Do you see an increase in business during WTI and how does that effect the Sonoran Pueblo?

Business has picked up a great deal during WTI. The importance of WTI on this base is that the following weeks this base is going to see a lot of businesses picking up and  it shows the public that we play  a very important part in the Marines’ education in regards to training. The Sonoran Pueblo Club will benefit from the WTI patronage immensely. We, the staff of the Sonoran Pueblo Club, will try to accommodate our schedule according to the WTI schedule so that  we can support the morale and recreation for the Marines best regards.

Are there any special events held during WTI?

We are having Wednesdays 50 cent Wings specials and Mongolian BBQ. We have the Pub menu from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. every night.

March 22 we have a Steak Night.

March 31 we have a  Wild West Country Night.

The month of April we will be having the 70’s and 80’s Retro Party.

April 7 Yuma’s Got Talent

April 14 Glow Party

April 21 Naughty Girls & Nerds Night

April 28 we will have a Farewell Party

We will have a Cigar night, 1st Flight Thursdays and a “Rack’em, Shoot’em and Shuffle night”

How do things change during WTI?

The Club gets busier during WTI, we hire more labor during this period.

What events/services does the Sonoran Pueblo offer all year round?

We offer wedding packages ,Quinceañeras, Anniversaries, wetdowns, hails & farewells, and retirement ceremonies.

Are your hours extended during WTI or meal times changed?

Our hours are extended during WTI. We have the bars open every night and a pub menu from 1700-2200 every night except on Wednesdays when we have a Mongolinan BBQ.

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