On Wednesday, June 19th, The Guardian Jet Center was honored by Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez at California Small Business Day as Small Business of the Year in 52nd Assembly District. Guardian Jet Center was celebrated for their hard work and dedication.
California Small Business Day honored 82 small businesses for their contribution to the state’s economy. Small business contributes to 75% of California’s gross state product and over half of the state’s private sector jobs. From hardware stores to manufacturers, small businesses are engrained in California’s communities and economy.
“California’s small businesses are the economic engine of our state, “said Bett Jo Toccoli, President of the California Small Business Association. “Guardian Jet Center was celebrated for their successful small business and contributions to the community.”
In 2002, Inland Empire entrepreneur Jim Previti realized his vision of creating a world class fixed base operation at the Ontario International Airport, for this important region of Southern California. The Guardian Jet Center provides Aviation services to private and corporate jet business owners.
In 2014, Dan LeBouf began the transformation to become the premier facility it is today. Over 110,000 square feet of hangar and offices on 12 acres, with spacious lounges and conference rooms for passengers and pilots. Additional amenities include a conference room, business center, work out room and showers.
We appreciate Assembly member Rodriguez’ recognition of the efforts of The Guardian Jet Center management and staff as they serve the needs of the Inland Empire traveler.