Aguilar Hawks Concessions for 66ers Fans On Latest ‘Job For A Day’ Stop
On Thursday, Rep. Pete Aguilar made the fifth stop of his ‘Job for a Day’ tour with the Inland Empire 66ers, where he took to the stands of their San Bernardino stadium to sell snacks to fans. Rep. Aguilar kicked off his tour in April and will continue visiting and working at businesses across California’s 31st district to learn more about the challenges facing working families in the community.
“I’ve loved baseball my whole life and have always enjoyed coming to 66ers games with my family, so it’s nice to be on the other side and talk with stadium employees about their experiences here and how their work impacts their personal time with loved ones,” said Rep. Aguilar. He continued, “This tour has taken me across our community to work different jobs and to meet and talk with people who bring very different experiences with them. I appreciate everyone who has spent time with me and shared their personal stories.”
Rep. Aguilar’s previous visits have included serving customers at Mitla Café in San Bernardino, organizing donations at the Goodwill of Southern California in Rancho Cucamonga, bagging groceries at Gerrards Market in Redlands and sorting and processing recyclable materials at Burrtec’s West Valley Material Recovery Facility in Fontana.
Rep. Aguilar’s Job for a Day tour gives him the opportunity to spend time with working people in the community and to bring their voices with him back to Washington. As a fourth generation Inland Empire resident, Rep. Aguilar remains committed to finding bipartisan solutions to grow the middle class and ensure economic stability across San Bernardino County.