Managua markets with great discounts for the ideal gift for mom

Nicaraguan mother's day is approaching and the eight markets in the capital offer many alternatives, according to their style, size and colors in clothing and footwear to surprise her, at a cost accessible to everyone's pocket.

The Vice Mayor of Managua, Enrique Armas Rosales, toured the Huembes market and was able to confirm the assortment of products alluding to mother and the solidarity prices that are offered.

“We already have good promotions and discounts here on different types of gifts at Roberto Huembes and also in all the capital markets, beauty salons have discounts, clothing stores have magnificent promotions, so that families go to the market of their preference to make their purchases of the fortnight and of course acquire the mother's gift in time, "said the mayor of the capital.

The merchants, very convinced that this last week, prior to May 30, will be one of great sales, invited Nicaraguans to acquire mother's gifts in these shopping centers, which in addition to offering them variety and quality in their merchandise, also have solidarity prices. , attractive promotions and even royalties for this special date.

Doña Yolanda Zamora, owner of the Yoli beauty center, said she has 20 percent discounts on the application of dyes, keratin, and for Mother's Day itself, she will decorate, chimbombas with prizes for mothers who visit her salon.

In module A of piñatería, cakes are offered at affordable prices ranging from 250 to 1,200 cordobas, as well as arrangements with balloons, cups with sweets and decorations ranging from 140 cordobas and more.

Arlen Santamaría, owner of the Yupis Party Show business, urged families to support local businesses by buying at popular stores, "the best is in the markets, here they give you discounts, they serve you well, they give you royalties, so we are waiting for you" .

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