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Testimonial John at La Parra Gold Fish & Chips Los Boliches

I have dealt with Esteban from the Euro Weekly Office who has always looked after us, we are very happy with our advertising and we have seen good results. I like the idea that the adverts are seen on a weekly basis as it is always fresh in the reader´s minds. La Parra Gold had been shut for three years and after having a reform, we opened up and I have definitely seen a difference since advertising with the Euro Weekly News. I think the circulation of the newspaper is also very good.

John

La Parra Gold Fish & Chips Los Boliches

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  1. David

John has also been very kind in part sponsoring The Los Boliches website (http://www.losboliches.es).

 
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