Cuban with a pizzeria in Miami He remembers how different it was to do the same job in his country, where if he wanted to have ingredients to prepare his dishes, he had to buy stolen goods.
The young man who spoke to him, TikTokk Dairon Cano, reported that his interviewee gets up early every day to work with a lot of discipline and sacrifice to provide good service.
“A year ago, I was selling pizza in Cuba. I had a business, but I had to wait for the merchandise to be stolen so I could buy ity. You can work here because everything is easy,” he said.
Dairon emphasized that this businessman is his boss, and no one is forcing him to do anything; he is asking for himself. His food truck is located at 1475 Palm Ave., Hialeah, 33010.
In a message to the youth who are now arriving in the United States, the pizza maker revealed that in that country everything is good; you just have to fight and fight to get ahead.
“The only thing you need is the will and desire, you know, to continue,” he stressed.
This emigrant was one of the founders of Aries Pizza, a small restaurant on wheels where delicious Cuban pizzas are prepared, accompanied by other snacks or drinks.
Like many Cubans in Hialeah, he fights every day to build his path in the competitive city, taking advantage of the experience he brings from his land and the advantages of investment and credit that capitalism offers.
A similar story is that of another Cuban migrant who set up a food truck in Miami with the idea of one day owning his own company in food trucks.
Yosbani Bello Roque, born in Rodas, Cienfuegos, started a family business with his uncle and worked from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
“I get up at four or more in the morning. I have some clients; I am doing well; thank God,” he assured the journalist Javier Díaz from Univision 23.
“I want to create a line of food trucks, and there are many; we already have a trailer; there are three; it means we are doing well. own company,” he emphasized.
Last September, the story of the wedding of Cubans who recently arrived in the United States set up a small mobile stand selling guarapo in Florida.
The couple built a small guarapaa in Lehigh Acres, an area located in Lee County, where they located a trailer with a simple “Guarapo cold” sign.
Many Cubans congratulated them and wished them success and prosperity. Some even regret not being in Miami to go and have a delicious cold guarapo.