By Damon Mitchell • 30 June 2020 • 16:50
Mayor María Carmen Cañizares highlighted the “need to support the shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, which were forced to close, through an information campaign in which we launched a message of trust so that residents and visitors enjoy all the guarantees of the services provided.”
The campaign aims to publicise the regulations that catering establishments have to comply with, and how we should behave when we go to enjoy our bars, restaurants, cafes and terraces. It also aims to send a message of trust guaranteeing that the establishments in Rincón de la Victoria have the necessary tools to offer a guaranteed service and continue to offer the highest quality to the client.
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