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La ukulelería It has been providing the best service and attention to its customers for years and in addition all this time it has managed to fill us with great moments and experiences.
For that reason we wanted to grow by opening our new Ukulelería y Coyotería en Guadalajara.
Last Friday 05 of July we were fortunate to inaugurate this branch, and it was a success because we had many visits which were delighted with the store whether or not they were ukulelists We had an excellent time when we shared great things.
First, we enjoyed excellent music from a very good group that came to perform called “Aloha Ukulele Band”Some very talented boys who delighted us with great songs performed by a couple of ukuleles, a bajo and a peruan shelf which together sounded wonderful.
In addition, we could all enjoy the delicious coyotas stuffed with ham and drink a delicious coffee that the store offers us while some looked at the ukuleles or the band.
This project was new for all because it had never been attempted to implement the idea of merging a Ukulelería with a Coyotería where we also sell coffee. The idea was thanks to the fact that La Ukuleleria sought to grow even more and expand horizons and there was the opportunity to settle in this city, which together with Coyotas Bojórquez This great store was achieved.
We want that more than a store this is a space where we share great moments and stories, also little by little we want to make it a place where people can learn to play and love their instrument.
We are located in Alfredo R. Plascencia #690, Santa Tere, Guadalajara Jalisco where you can visit us from Monday to Saturday from 10 in the morning to 6 in the afternoon, we hope to see you all here very soon.
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