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Jul 8, 2022

Tropigas Finds a New Home in Belize City

Tropigas has found a new home at the corner of Central American Boulevard and Mahogany Street in Belize City. The grand opening and relocation was marked by a brief ceremony this morning at the new retail space.  The investment was strategic as the company brings itself closer to its clientele and is also providing employment opportunities.


Javier Ponce

Javier Ponce, Managing Director, UNICOMER Belize

“We had been thinking for a while of moving from downtown to a more transited location. We feel that the Central American [Boulevard] is the new place to be; it is a good opportunity of being closer to customers. We are closing downtown and we are moving here starting today and I hope customers will like it. And you’ll find the same things, maybe even more than what you did over there, but the same level of service and the same affordability that you can find with us. So here you’re gonna see the brands that UNICOMER normally manages and a wider selection.”



“And in terms of employment opportunities, does this bring more employment opportunities to the area?”


Javier Ponce

“Yes, definitely. I think we may be even hiring right now. So it will be a more dynamic environment in this area.”


Elvis Usher

Elvis Usher, Brand Manager, Tropigas & Ready Cash

“The brand has already been established in the country and what we are doing with the location is to pretty much be in the center of our clientele to provide that service and access to them. The message I would definitely send out to our clients, to all our customers actually is to really emphasize on our motto which is that Tropigas always gives you more in terms of service, in terms of prices. And you can say that in three different languages: we always give you more. In Spanish you would say siempre te damos mas and in Garifuna we would say, “rutinwahn amu buhn.”


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