“Buen Fin” 2017 termed a “total success”

People in the streets searching for the best offers (Photo: La Revista Peninsular)

With the goal reached of 6.2 billion pesos of economic impact, the four-day “Buen Fin” (Mexico’s Black Friday) registered a great influx of shoppers in stores in the center of Mérida, malls, plazas, department stores and self-service stores…

MERIDA – The president of the National Chamber of Commerce, Services and Tourism (CANACO SERVYTUR) of Merida, Juan José Abraham Daguer, highlighted the huge sales that were recorded in commercial plazas and department stores, which reported a greater increase in sales, while in the Center of Mérida the shopper influx was lower.

People in the streets searching for the best offers (Photo: La Revista Peninsular)

The business leader said that influx at the stores in the Downtown area decreased as a result of the closure of the Paseo de Montejo, 58th Street with 57th and 59th, and 59th with 58th and 60th, on Sunday 19, leaving available to transit only the lane where is being constructed the Palacio de la Música, which caused traffic to be slow and very heavy.

However, this “Buen Fin” 2017 was very positive, because the goals were met and showed that this shopping scheme is already part of the calendar of commercial activities to acquire items, services and products for the end of the year holidays, he said.

Discounts (Photo: La Revista Peninsular)

Abraham Daguer said that the items with the greatest demand were electronic equipment such as cell phones, tablets, televisions, mini-components, appliances, footwear and clothing.

The behavior in the sales for the Buen Fin from Friday 17 to Monday 20 November was positive, although the best day was this Monday, as many people made purchases the last day after visiting the various stores in search of the best price for what they wanted to acquire, he stressed.

Source: www.larevista.com.mx