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Business Operations Division

Composed of five major elements — Retail, Food, Leisure, Hospitality and Services — Business Operations Division provides active-duty members, retired military and their families on-base services to include hospitality and entertainment, lifestyle services, dining, catering, and social and recreational activities, and meets all of their shopping needs.

The division operates more than 35 retail locations, including 17 Marine Marts and three Marine Corps Exchanges (MCX), the largest conveniently located near the main gate across from the commissary. The new MCX offers the best in shopping with department store features and several specialty stores, including a barbershop, optical services, garden center, tailor shop, florist, Dunkin’ Donuts, Yogurtland, emblematic station and West Coast Customs.

The division also oversees four award-winning hospitality locations, which consist of two Temporary Lodging Facilities and two beachside facilities with cottages, campsites and recreational vehicle site rental accommodations. There is a newly renovated event center available for company and special events such as weddings, conferences, training rooms and meetings. We also offer full-service catering, on and off site.

Some of our restaurants and fast-food offerings include Panda Express, Coco’s Bakery and Restaurant, Johnny Rockets, Domino’s and Wendy’s.

Leisure and lifestyle services include businesses such as the Marine Memorial Golf Course; Information, Tickets and Tours; Latitudes Travel Services; Bowling Center; auto registration; barbershops; dry cleaning and laundry services; Oil Exchange Quick Lube; Pendleton Family Dental; and two vision centers, just to name a few.

For a complete listing on all businesses and information about upcoming events aboard Camp Pendleton, visit our website at www.mccsCP.com. For additional information, contact Business Operations Headquarters at 760-725-5496.

 

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