The Marbella City Council has distinguished today eleven establishments in the old town in the delivery of the ‘trade prizes’which took place at the Royal Hospital of Mercy this Wednesday, as reported by the mayor, Ángeles Muñoz.
The councilor pointed out that “the firm commitment of all these local businesses has turned this part of the center of Marbella into an emblematic, unique and special enclave”. Likewise, he has underlined that “this edition has a very emotional character because it is marked by the time of the pandemic in which the SME sector has been one of the hardest hit and has once again demonstrated his perseverance and professionalism”.
Muñoz has also emphasized that “the treatment offered by these establishments to customers influences that the city has been chosen as one of the best tourist destinations in Europe”. Likewise, he reiterated that “for the Government team, the enhancement of the old town is a priority and for this reason a specific study has been prepared in which it is linked very especially with the brand image of Marbella”.
The first mayor has delivered the awardswhich have fallen on the Ortiz supermarket, the Hotel San Cristóbal, Footwear and Sports Guzmán, The Three Musketeers, La Tía Pepa and Maruja Limón, La Tienda Casa Curro, De Oliva, Grupo La Ciudadela, Pepe Vela’s watch shop, Andrés Tirado’s jewellery, Gervasio Durquejo from Café Central and, as a special mention ‘in memoriam’ to María González, from Altamira restaurant.