Apple to Open Temecula California Store on Sept 26

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Apple is planning to open its Promenade Temecula store in Temecula on Saturday, September 26 at 10:00AM. The Promenade Temecula store will sport the usual amenities including a Genius Bar and One to One shopping.

Apple is planning a week long series of events to celebrate the Grand Opening, including free training events and seminars.

For a complete list of events, and directions to the Apple's new Promenade Temecula store, visit the Apple Retail Web site.

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Bosco (Brad Hutchings)

This is a very good thing. Way too many people die on Ortega Highway coming over to the Mission Viejo store to get their Mac, iPod, and iPhone fixes on. Now, if they would put a store in Riverside, we could keep all the meth users off the OC roads.

Lee Dronick

This is a very good thing. Way too many people die on Ortega Highway coming over to the Mission Viejo store to get their Mac, iPod, and iPhone fixes on

Living in San Diego and being familiar with the Ortega Highway (California Hwy 74) I concur with Bosco that it can be a dangerous mountain highway. That store should do well, the Temecula area has grown tremendously. An hour away and it is in effect a bedroom community for San Diego.

I won’t brave I-15 north to Temecula to attend this grand opening, Saturday is our neighborhood street fair.

farmboy

Wow, times change…my folks used to live in Murrietta Hot Springs in the 1980’s and Temecula was “downtown”, consisting of a veterinarian’s office, gas station, grocery store, restaurant and hardware store, that’s essentially it.

Lee Dronick

Wow, times change?my folks used to live in Murrietta Hot Springs in the 1980?s and Temecula was ?downtown?, consisting of a veterinarian?s office, gas station, grocery store, restaurant and hardware store, that?s essentially it.

You would hardly recognize the place. Take a look at it from Google Maps, satellite view, or Google Earth. I am not sure of the population, but when you take into the surrounding communities the area could certainly support an Apple Store.

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