Toyota Rush in Kampala
Juan Pacheco, 28, from the Santa Rosa area was running a local fast food restaurant when she got a call from a local employee who said he had bought a “big tank-like” car for $35,000. Pacheco said he wanted to run the fastest, but was not sure if he was paying the full price. “But the customer wanted the top price!” he said. “So I said, OK now, can I buy it?”
To his surprise, the business responded to his demand. “Just a question of a few minutes.”
Pacheco said he took the big tank, packed up his car, and drove to the supermarket: “I want to give one of these cars to them.” No, his answer was ‘no’.
“I didn’t need an invoice, just a big piece of paper, because I was selling cars.”
To the owner of the shop, it was a simple question: What do you want from your small, tiny car?
The local entrepreneur, Juan Sanchez of El Rey Park, told El Pasion, “I feel bad for the owner, not for anyone else. They’re in
Toyota Rush in Kampala, Uganda, which is due to debut on Feb. 9, will feature its new sports car, the ZX09 for Toyota. [Nike]
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