They sing Mañanitas at the Pino Suárez Market in Mazatlán for its 125th anniversary

Sinaloan band, cake and balloons framed the celebration led by the merchants committee and Mayor Édgar González

During the celebration led by the merchants committee, Mayor Édgar González Zataráin was a guest, accompanied by directors of some departments and public officials of the Municipality.

The First Mayor was in charge of making the first cut to the cake and later began a tour through the halls of the market to greet the workforce of each of the businesses, as well as the customers.

This commercial property opened its doors for the first time on May 5, 1899 with the name “Manuel Romero Rubio”, in honor of the father-in-law of the then President of the Republic, General Porfirio Díaz.

In 1915, the name was changed to “José María Pino Suárez”, inspired by the vice president, who was assassinated along with the President of Mexico, Francisco I. Madero, in Mexico City, during the so-called Tragic Decade from the 9th to the 18th. February 1913.

Source: noroeste