The Association of Merchants and Hoteliers of Bullas opens identity and addresses new challenges]
Composed of more than 70 businesses, including hospitality and the service sector, this alliance aims to give a boost to the activity in Bullas, from illusion, community generation and awareness.
A whole series of events and actions under a common and renewed identity.
After 2 years of working with the board of the renewed association, in the words of the president of the same Isabel Espín "the time has come to take firm steps forward, to inspire people and to plan and coordinate jointly to businesses and bars that we join together for the same purpose. Together we win all and can offer more to our town and its inhabitants. "
Among the different planned activities of the Association is the Trade and Hospitality Fair, which will be held on Sunday October 27 from 11am to 9pm at the La Almazara de Bullas Youth Center and which will be the staging of all those actions that will be developed throughout the year.
In addition to an agenda of activities, street trade, workshops and performances, this event will reveal a series of actions that will be extended throughout the year, such as cross-discount currencies between local businesses, shop windows and coordinated workshops between seemingly discrepant activity venues that together can offer unique and engaging experiences, clandestine events and a long list of actions.
"The intention is to surprise and loyalty, make the people of Bullas proud of the commercial activity of their town and that visitors discover what we have to offer" highlights the secretary of the association Rosario García.
The new identity of the association in charge of Maba, Murcian studio of branding and packaging, highlights the need to connect people through a common illusion.
"It is time to celebrate together what we are, the origins, the pride of belonging and rowing in the same direction that allows us to grow and reach new goals," they say.
Through a common visual identity system, with an essentially emotional meaning, businesses and locals now have the opportunity to show a strong, resounding and optimistic brand, in addition to creating synergies that allow them to achieve more impact by optimizing resources to achieve it.
For her part, the Councilor for Commerce Chari Martínez has praised the work of the new board of directors, giving her full support and collaboration to carry out this fair and has announced the winners of the 2018 2019 textbook campaign raffle held on On October 10, the awards ceremony will be held within the framework of the fair.
These awards have gone to Marisa Fernández Muñoz, a client of the bookshop En las Nubes.
Josefina Gil Door of the La Murta Bookstore and Juana María Martínez Pérez of Academia Gómez, valued at around â‚¬ 600, this raffle has been the first synergy between associated businesses and hopes to set the starting point for other joint actions.
The fair has been financed with the subsidy granted by the General Directorate of Commerce of the Region of Murcia within the Plan of Reactivation and Visibility of Proximity Trade, with the collaboration of the Department of Commerce of the City of Bullas and the Association of Merchants and Hoteliers of Bullas.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas