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Summer season comes with discounts to the markets of Managua

The merchants of the Virgen de Candelaria market invited families from the capital to take advantage of the discount festival that takes place in the eight markets of Managua, where Nicaraguans will be able to buy perishables, clothing, footwear and the rich gastronomy of the summer season to low prices and attractive offers.

Nelly Castillo, owner of a dining room in this shopping center, commented that since Ash Wednesday she began with the sale of cheese soup and suggested that the people from Managua taste it at a favorable cost of 70 cordobas, every Friday until the end of the Semana Mayor.

"We invite our customers and the population to visit us in this summer season, because we are going to have low prices for both food and clothing, fruits with discounts ranging from 20 to 50 percent," said the merchant.

Likewise, Lesli Paguaga affirmed that it has discounts on its products, shorts at 150 cordobas, slippers at 200 cordobas and the slippers known as masks with a value of 120 cordobas.

The Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales toured this shopping center and found the various summer items, at discounted prices and in promotion.

“Today we are touring the Virgen de Candelaria market, in the Monseñor Lezcano neighborhood, where there are sale of shorts, T-shirts, slippers and sandals, on the occasion of the summer season. Here there are very good discounts and rebates in different sections, in the fruits that are used for the syrups. The Candelaria market has the reputation of serving the best vahos in all of Nicaragua and now they will guarantee a delicious cheese soup and first-class food for these summer days, ”said Armas.

In the same way, the mayor of the capital assured that the Municipality through COMEMMA is guaranteeing cleanliness, price stability, supply of products, as well as preventive and protection measures against Covid-19, guided by the Ministry of the Health (MINSA), for the safety of buyers and merchants in the eight municipal markets.

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