The City Council of La Laguna, in collaboration with the Federation of Urban Areas of the Canary Islands (Fauca) and La Laguna Commercial Zone, will sell this coming Monday the bonds of the traditional commercial campaign, where there are a total of 381 establishment. in the municipality.
The City Council contributed to this edition 900,000 eurosthe largest public investment in the history of this event, and trust that it will change to 1,800,000 euros by acquiring these bonds of citizens.
“With this proposal we intend to reach all the population centers of La Laguna, allowing citizens to have the possibility to make their purchases in the nearest businesses, with the great impact it should for SMEs and the economy of many families,” said the Councilor for Commerce, Leticia Villegas, during the presentation event. The councilor also highlighted the “increase in the number of participating establishments, which increased to more than 40 compared to the 2022 edition.” “Now we just have to encourage the people of La Laguna and Tenerife to buy their bonds and exchange them between now and January 5,” said Leticia Villegas. Vouchers cost 15 euros and can be exchanged in establishments registered in the campaign for 30 euros. One of the innovations this year is that 4,000 campaign vouchers will be allocated to the White Night event, on the 25th, with the same price as usual but can be exchanged for 40 euros on the day.
Through the website www.bonoscomerciolalaguna.com, interested parties can purchase up to a maximum of ten vouchers, able to combine them to purchase or consume more than the value of the vouchers purchased.
They will also have a complete list of establishments where they can redeem it. The deadline to get one or more bonuses ends next January 5 or while stocks last.
The president of Fauca, Abbas Moujir, congratulated the City Council “once again betting on this Commerce Bonds campaign which is in its third edition, supported by the success of previous years.” Meanwhile, the president of La Laguna Commercial Zone, Iván Pérez, emphasized the “great participation of small and medium-sized businesses in the municipality in this campaign.”