My Cuban Store is proud to announce that we are working with Seven-Eleven in the opening of their new store in Little Havana. We appreciate the trust that Seven-Eleven management has put into our company to provide them with custom embroidered Guayaberas shirts and hats. We want to recognize Seven-Eleven for reaching out to the community and supporting small, local businesses.
All About the Event
We encourage anyone who can to take the time to visit the new store located at 236 SW 12TH ST June 18. They will be offering a 5 - 6 day long event that offers free food and drinks.
On 6/18 You will get free Hotdog, free taquito, free bag of chips. Ms. Carnival Miami 2020 will be on site signing autographs from 11-1 along with a salsa band, prizes and giveaways. We will be giving away 500 7-11 Branded Fedoras to the first 500 customers and will be raffling off 100 7-Eleven Guayabera shirts to lucky customers throughout the day.
Additional Future Promotions:
June 24th: Fee Hispanic Bakery Products
June 25th: Free Slurpee
June 30th: Free Cookie
July 1st: Free Mimi Tacos or Taquito
July 2nd : Free Slurpee
All this is offered and can be obtained through their 7Rewards app, so if you want to receive these gifts, sign up for free on their app.
Miss Carnaval Miami will also be attending and signing autographs. Valeria Uzcategui is the current brand ambassador of Carnaval Miami, Kiwanis Club of Little Havana, Kiwanis of Little Havana Foundation and participating sponsors. The Kiwanis of Little Havana Foundation’s (KLHF) Scholarship Program has provided scholarships to hundreds of students across South Florida. Established in 1988, the KLHF Scholarship Program has awarded over $1.5 million to young adults to help them attend college as full-time students and achieve their dream of earning an undergraduate degree.
The history of Little Havana is central to the South Florida experience. Little Havana has been shaped by people striving to make a better life for themselves and their families, from its early days as a residential suburb to its legendary status as a haven for Cuban Americans to its more recent position as a home to immigrants from Central America and the Caribbean.
It contributes to Miami’s status as a vibrant cultural destination. Calle Ocho, a lively street dotted with Latin-inspired restaurants, bakeries, cigar shops, art galleries, and music venues, lies in the heart of the area. It is also home to the famous Máximo Gómez Park, better known as Domino Park, where many people come to discuss politics over games of dominoes. The boulevard is adorned with murals and other works of art, such as mosaic tiles near Domino Park displaying iconic Cuban icons. One of the best ways to experience Cuban culture is through its food. Make a trip to the classic, family-owned Versailles or pay a visit to one of Little Havana’s other top Cuban restaurants. These restaurants sport little windows where you can order delectable treats on the go.
Little Havana’s arts and cultural scene are equally alive. Every March, the Calle Ocho Music Festival takes place in the neighborhood to celebrate Carnaval Miami, with big-name entertainers headlining the festivities. Little Havana has a lot to offer, whether it is local art and culture at galleries and studios like the Futurama 1637 Art Building and Molina Fine Art Gallery, or an indie film at the Tower Theater, which was built in 1926. The CubaOcho Museum & Performing Arts Center is one of the top live music venues in the neighborhood.