A few days before celebrating the Nicaraguan Mother's Day, wholesalers of the wholesale market are preparing to offer all their products at low prices, especially the gift for the queen of the home.
This was announced this Saturday, May 22, by the Secretary of the Managua Council, Jennifer Porras López, on a tour of this shopping center, where she verified the offers and promotions.
“We are close to Mother's Day, an emblematic day for all Nicaraguans, it represents giving that love to the Mother, each family seeks to express their affection, we can see that we have the market assortment, different household products, personal items, handbags, within the reach of families' pockets ”, expressed Porras.
Likewise, Porras reported that the capital's commune will carry out in this shopping center the improvement of 7 streets in the sector known as El Rivense, through the Calles para el Pueblo Program, with an investment of 6 million córdobas, a new collection center and the installation of a welcome sign for all its visitors.
The merchants invited the families to visit them and make their purchases in complete safety, offering them articles for personal use, electrical appliances and for the maintenance of the home.
"We have vases, glass cups, perfumes, body cream, dresses, skirts and blouses, prices vary between 50, 80, 120 and 150 cordobas, so that they come to visit us, we offer them good prices, discounts and good products," he said. the merchant Nayeli Úbeda.
For her part, the merchant Vanesa Castillo from the La Princesa Painting Center, said that on May 28, 29 and 30 they will hold a discount fair and for each purchase made by families they will be given a gift.
Along with the discount fair, the management of this market also held a medical day for all mothers, “we are providing care with breast and pelvic ultrasounds, vaccination against influenza, malaria, in commemoration of mothers and the Day of the Father, so that they may be healthy ”, announced Dr. María Dolores Flores.
The Municipality with the support of merchants, Commema authorities and the National Police, guarantee cleanliness, security, supply of products and price stability, as well as prevention measures directed by the Ministry of Health.
This capital market has more than 40 years of being founded and has 2 thousand 40 sections, between permanent and temporary, where families from Managua and other departments that come from the north of the country, can purchase their purchases at affordable costs.[/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”40805,40806,40807,40808,40809,40810,40811,40812,40813,40796,40797,40798,40799,40800,40801,40803,40804″ img_size=”large”][/vc_column][/vc_row]