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Venezuelan Heritage Celebration

Last Saturday, July 29, the Major League Baseball team, Miami Marlins, celebrated "Venezuelan Heritage" day to thank the thousands of Venezuelan fans in the American city. Each one of the players wore the white shirt with wine red and mustard yellow borders, with the Venezuelan flag on the right sleeve, commemorating the colors of the Venezuelan national team, to pay tribute.

The Marlins game against the Detroit Tigers took place at the Loan Depot Stadium in the city of Miami. In this meeting, Luis Arráez and the veteran Miguel Cabrera faced each other in a duel in tribute to their nation. It should be noted that this activity also marked the return of Miguel Cabrera to the city of Miami, one of the most important Creole baseball players in the MLB and who defended the team's colors for several years. The Miami set reported that part of the proceeds from said event will benefit multiple local Venezuelan organizations. Said duel was a Creole celebration in all its splendor, where emotions were lived, unique moments and full of nostalgia for the farewell to the legend of the Tigers and for the great fanaticism of Venezuelans in this sport. After the game, the fans had the opportunity to enjoy the concert presented by the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, FL in the West Plaza, where artists such as Oscarcito and Yakozuki were present. The event was presented by Santa Teresa 1796 Rum.

CHURROMANIA® is proud to be part of the sponsors of the event, where our Foodtruck was present at the event, which allowed spectators to purchase and enjoy our variety of freshly made products and with the quality that characterizes us, a brand born in Venezuela, which has crossed the borders but remains in the heart and good memories of the Venezuelan.

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