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New Cancun's Restaurant holds grand opening; City officials, mayors from Red Oak, Ovilla, DeSoto & Waxahahcie attend

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The Bahena Family was joined by chamber members and city officials in the ribbon cutting ceremony. The Bahena Family was joined by chamber members and city officials in the ribbon cutting ceremony.

RED OAK - Cancun’s Ameri-Mex Restaurant located at 273 E. Ovilla Rd. in Red Oak held its grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, March 28.

Owner Cuco Bahena and his family were on hand to welcome customers, chamber members, city officials and mayors from Red Oak, Ovilla, DeSoto and Waxahachie who attended.

Bahena made this a festive event for all. Outside of the restaurant, members of the Cruisers Club were on hand to help celebrate and displayed many antique cars in the parking lot for visitors to see.

A DJ played music to keep everyone’s spirits up and there was even a visit from an Elvis impersonator.

Red Oak Area Chamber of Commerce members and city officials joined the Bahena family in a ribbon cutting ceremony, after which the restaurant closed for regular business and staff set out a free buffet for all who came to help celebrate the new business.

"We want this to be your home away from home," said Bahena addressing those in attendance and thanking them for coming. "We want to be good citizens of Red Oak and be a part of its growth. Everyone has been so wonderful in helping get the new Cancun’s up and running."


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