Café Angerona: a recognition to an oustanding work

Artemisa, Cuba - No one is surprised when it comes to talk about their achievements. Efficiency distinguishes them. They have been recognized for six years in a row: once again, Palmares Complex, in Artemisa city , gets National Vanguard condition, due to its different economic indicators.

We will have to think of a higher-ranking award, said Víctor Lemagne, member of the National Secretariat of the Cuban Central Workers (CTC) and general secretary of the National Trade Union of Hotel and Tourism Workers, when delivering the flag that accredits them as vanguard to Jorge Luis Hernández , the manager.

Hernández recalled the beginnings, when they rose on a ruined warehouse, to the new walls of beautifully illustrated glass, and the 11 times that the staff has been National Vanguard in 22 years.

It also qualified 2018 as the best of all, after fulfilling the plan at 106%, with a million 285 600 CUC, 187 000 above the expected and profits that exceed 694 000, in addition to the saving of 12 856 CUC in carriers energy and over-compliance in the contribution to Health.

All this was possible, he stressed, while participating in cane planting and maintenance of schools, among other tasks they supported.

Lemagne noted the responsibility of tourism in the country´s development , especially in the current conditions of blockade strengthening.

At the ceremony, Dinos Pizza cafeteria was praised as Artemisa's gastronomic reference, and eight outstanding workers were recognized. Luis Ramón González, official of the Provincial Party Committee participated.

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