Fans enjoy the action from suites built into the remnants of the sorting bins of what used to be a sand and gravel mine on June 21, the fourth day of the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. Big sales of corporate suites helped the county make about $1.1 million on the tournament.
Fans enjoy the action from suites built into the remnants of the sorting bins of what used to be a sand and gravel mine on June 21, the fourth day of the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. Big sales of corporate suites helped the county make about $1.1 million on the tournament. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file
Fans enjoy the action from suites built into the remnants of the sorting bins of what used to be a sand and gravel mine on June 21, the fourth day of the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay. Big sales of corporate suites helped the county make about $1.1 million on the tournament. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file

U.S. Open nets Pierce County $1.1 million

November 04, 2015 2:27 PM

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