Saturday 12 June 2021

Hard Rock Café Soon To Open in Managua

With an investment of US$2.8 million dollars, the Hard Rock Café will open its doors in Nicaragua’s capital city of Managua Wednesday, April 18.

The Hard Rock Café Managua will be located in the Galerias de Santo Domingo. The Nicaragua opening followings franchise operations in Panama and Costa Rica (San Jose and Playas del Coco).

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General manager Juan Carlos Marsicovetere explained the Managua location will generate 110 jobs, 90% staffed by Nicaraguans.

“Nicaragua is a country that is growing a lot and it is super safe, companies like Hard Rock Café are turning to see the light of this country that is growing so much, has many resources to grow,” said Marsicovetere.

In typical style of Hard Rock Cafe decor, clients can enjoy an iconic collection that adorns the walls of the store, which includes Lenny Kravitz leather pants, blue short sleeve shirt by Elvis Presley, black widow suit by Lita Ford, Mick Jagger shirt, John Lennon manuscript, Bob Dylan guitar, Shakira dress, Marilyn Manson black coat and Slipknot mask suit.

“We want to offer different experiences to Nicaraguans. Our kitchen offers a lot of quality, with first class ingredients, ”  said Rodolfo Contreras, marketing director for the franchise.

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Article originally appeared on Today Nicaragua and is republished here with permission.

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Article originally appeared on Today Nicaragua and is republished here with permission.

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