Pact saves Dominicans abroad bucks on airfares, shopping
Santo Domingo.- Dominicans who live abroad, especially Europe and North America, can get as much as US$100.0 discounts on Air Europa airfares, to buy fuel, food and pay the phone bill.
So states an agreement signed Tuesday in the National Palace by the National Council for Dominican Communities Abroad, headed by Ramiro Espino and the representative of the company International Strategic Partners (ISP) Lorenzo Pérez
Both organizations agreed to improve the quality of life of Dominicans living abroad. Benefits include Club Condex whose members can obtain significant savings when buying various products.
Perez, vice president of the ISP said the membership card will have a minimum cost of no more than six dollars, and could save up to US100 on Air Europa airfares.