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Alba Action Sports has closed its doors to new vehicle sales

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September 1, 2009 - Alba Action Sports has closed its doors this week. Alba owner Cory Hove would like to thank its customers for their patronage and support over the years. “We couldn’t have accomplished all that we have over the many years without the strong support of our customers.”Alba Action has been in business for 19 years. Starting out as Alba Yamaha in Poway,Alba Action soon outgrew its

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