In Súper Nilo supermarket The party starts at on Fridays and Saturdays. Its owner, Andris Azuaje, promises Gaitas from November. His musical project began a month ago to increase sales and create a meeting space for the community. He already succeeded.
Fridays were not the best sales day at the Super Nile supermarket. In that corner of San Bernardino Caracas, the crisis made a dent in a community that is between urbanization and the neighborhood. Until a month ago the owner of the place, a 34-year-old man named Andris Azuaje, decided to offer the best products for the Caribbean Venezuela: music.
Andris Azuaje, dueño del supermercado Súper Nilo, en San Bernardino, decidió poner música para aumentar las ventas los viernes y sábados y prestar un servicio a la comunidad. También canta https://t.co/zPfLyqVAdv pic.twitter.com/sspYIyC8d9
— Contrapunto (@contrapuntovzla) October 6, 2019
Since then there is no Friday in which old G salsa, merengue and some boleros they’re in the building. . While you buy half a kilo of meat or a piece of cheese, you could dance and have a drink.