‘Comercios con Estrella’ is an initiative of the Guía de Isora City Council, in collaboration with the General Directorate of Commerce of the Government of the Canary Islands, aimed at promoting the businesses of our municipality during the Christmas season.
The main objective is to give value to local businesses while offering them support linked to new technologies. “There is no doubt the high power that digitization has to approach both new users and those already faithful to a certain service,” says the Isoran councilor for Economic Promotion, Cristo Guerra.
For the first time, a catalog of the products and services that the companies of the municipality want to make visible and promote during Christmas is produced.
This catalog, together with the investment in communication media and social networks “is one more step in the municipal strategy to support the sector in difficult times and publicize its benefits within and outside the municipality. We want to create what we have called ‘star moments’ that could well be gifts, dinners, meetings, or experiences “, Guerra emphasizes.
The businesses that are part of the campaign can be found in Helmet Guide: Dálmata Peluquería Canina; Minimarket La Estrella; Nidia Florist; Spartan temple; Shoes Your feet; Garrimar; The schoolhouse; A kilo; Lottery Administration Juan Trujillo; Boutique Bari; Sports Santiago; Tasca 1900; Europtics; in Chío: Iris Bookstore; in Alcalá: Melián Optical Pharmacy; Gomeros sweets; La Gaviota footwear; Biopanacea; Beatriz Florist; Tino house hardware store.
In Playa de San Juan: Sea Passion; Beatriz Florist; The Vinoteca; Radiant M&A; Giramondo; Quirobel Canarias; Don Café; Mobile Beach; The Brown Moon; The Flower of Shiva; The Sole; Pama Diving; Arelys room; Flamenco; Bohemian beauty salon; Canary Buy.
In Piedra Hincada: Pizza & Co; in Cueva del Polvo: Anjoma Hair Salon and in Varadero: The View and in Chío: Iris Bookstore.