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Burger King has over 100 locations in Puerto Rico

Burger King has more restaurants than McDonalds and Wendy’s in Puerto Rico.  Most have free wifi Internet. BURGER KING Ave. Rudolfo González Final, Barrio Rodríguez, Sester Desvío Adjuntas PR 787-829-3037 BURGER KING Centro Multiservicios Cooperativo, Carretera Estatal #115 Km. 24.8, … Continue reading

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Wendy’s has about 70 locations in Puerto Rico, but no working website for PR! Is that quality?

Wendy’s has about 70 locations in Puerto Rico, many with free wi-fi Internet.  Why don’t they have a website listing all their locations and hours?  Don’t they want more business?  Burger King and McDonalds list all their locations on their … Continue reading

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Sam’s Club closed the Los Colobos location in Carolina PR on 7-21-17. Plaza Escorial location in Carolina will remain open

There are consequences to raising taxes!  Higher taxes drive businesses and consumers away.  Higher taxes lead to less money in the pockets of consumers, less money for businesses to employ people, less money for businesses to expand. http://caribbeanbusiness.com/carolina-sams-club-consolidation-impacts-250-employees Carolina Sam’s … Continue reading

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Walmart will be closing 4 Amigo and 3 Super Ahorro stores on 1-28-16

Walmart will be closing all 3 Super Ahorros stores in Coamo, Utuado, and Villalba. They will also be closing 4 Amigo stores in Carolina, Rio Grande, Salinas, and Toa Alta, although the 20 other Amigo stores will remain open.  The … Continue reading

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Gamestop to close ALL stores in Puerto Rico

This is an example of what happens with excessive government regulations strangling the private sector. In PR, the private sector is being squeezed by the government sector, with far too many government employees sucking the life out of PR. The … Continue reading

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