This is the typical stamp of a convenience store in rural Guatemala. By the way, this photo was taken in San Miguel Escobar, a bordering village next to the municipal limits of Antigua Guatemala.
In my opinion, this is way too much propaganda to entice you to drink Gallo beer, Guatemala’s most popular beer in the market. I don’t like Gallo beer and consider it to be as bad as Budweiser in the U.S., Superior or Sol in Mexico, or Pilsener in El Salvador. However, I would feed the same way even it if was Moza, my favorite Guatemalan beer.
What’s your opinion about this commercial propaganda?
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