From November 9 to 20, the Buen Fin (Good End) will take place in Puerto Vallarta and more than 3,000 companies are expected to participate including small and large businesses, restaurants, hotels, among other establishments, with attractive promotions and discounts of up to 80%; although an economic spill from past years is not expected.
At a press conference, the presidents of the main commercial and business chambers announced that they will unite to participate in the Buen Fin campaign, which this 2020 celebrates 10 years and seeks to encourage people to buy at affordable and competitive prices.
Due to the pandemic, the campaign will be lengthened to avoid crowds in stores, but in addition, online consumption will be encouraged by 50%.
Likewise, there will be brigades of volunteers who will be supervising that the promotions are fulfilled as well as reporting theft or insecurity issues in the stores.
In this sense, the president of the Canacope in Puerto Vallarta, Carlos Iván Gómez Pérez, reported that the most important thing is that an economic reactivation platform is generated in the face of this pandemic.
It is worth mentioning that companies that want to participate must register on the official website El Buen Fin and this time again the shops of El Pitillal will be participating, with the sale of products such as clothing, handicrafts, toys and more; so far there are 200 registered.
As for the restaurants, it is expected that about 150 will participate with attractive promotions and thus also have important income during these 12 days, said the president of Canirac Puerto Vallarta - Riviera Nayarit and Costa Alegre, Sergio Jaime Santos.
The businessmen asked their affiliates to comply with all the corresponding protocols, as well as the public so that this Buen Fin has very good results.
In addition, that PROFECO will be making tours of the stores to confirm the offers and discounts in the stores; consumers can also report anomalies to the 55-5568-8722, 800-468-8722 or emails to asesoría@profeco.gob.mx or through Telefono del Consumidor.
It is worth mentioning that in the Buen Fin, what is most consumed is the issue of electronics but it has also been the turn that has had the most complaints in this campaign.
Read the original at Tribuna de la Bahia.
Translated and edited by Team Angels
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