Voces de Colonia: Monarca Paletas

Holly y Jose hablan español, y querían crear una serie que muestra sus habilidades en el idioma, que también toma una estrategia que jamás ha sido ejecutada en una publicación de Urban Plains. “Voces de Colonia” es una miniserie completamente en español que se enfoca en ampliar las voces de la comunidad Latinoamericana de Des Moines. Entrevistaron a dueños de negocios Latinoamericanos sobre sus respectivos negocios y lo que venden. Aseguraron incluir preguntas sobre los efectos de la pandemia de COVID-19, porque es un tema muy relevante y todos tienen una historia diferente a como la han navegado. Con respecto a los negocios, grabaron metraje del interior y de los productos. Crean contenido que ayudará darle exposición a los negocios presentados, además de una plataforma para hablar sobre sus negocios.

Monarca Paletas es una heladería que sirve un plato tradicional mexicano que se llama paletas. Las paletas son de alta cocina y la tienda tiene muchos sabores diferentes como dulce de leche, mango y Fruity Pebbles. Hay sabores que son más tradicionales de Michoacán, México, de donde vienen las paletas. Algunos de esos sabores son mango, lima y guayaba, y para atraer a la clientela estadounidense, Monarca Paletas también tiene sabores como strawberry cheesecake, Nutella y Fruity Pebbles. Monarca Paletas es propiedad de una pareja joven, que abrió la heladería en junio del 2020, en medio de la pandemia. Esto ha traído desafíos, pero la tienda ha tenido éxito hasta abrió. Para saber más sobre esta tienda y su comida fantástica, ver el video de Monarca Paletas. Esto es, “Voces de Colonia: Monarca Paletas.”

Dirección: 9901 University Ave, Suite 150, Clive, IA 50325

Número de teléfono: 515-414-8200

Horas de operación: lunes a sábado 1pm – 9pm; domingo 1pm – 7pm

Instagram: @monarcapaletas

 

Translation:

Holly and Jose speak Spanish, and they wanted to create a series that showcases their abilities in the language, which also uses a strategy that had yet to be executed in an Urban Plains publication. “Voces de Colonia” is a miniseries completely done in Spanish that focuses on amplifying the voices of the Latin American community in Des Moines. They interviewed owners of Latin American businesses and asked them questions about their businesses and what they sell. They made sure to include questions over the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic because it’s a very relevant topic, and everyone has a different story on how they’ve navigated it so far. As for the businesses, they recorded footage of their interiors and their products. They created content that will hopefully help give the individuals businesses some exposure, as well as a platform to talk about their occupation and shops.

Monarca Paletas is an ice cream shop that serves a traditional Mexican dish called paletas. The paletas are gourmet and the store has lots of different flavors like dulce de leche, mango, and Fruity Pebbles. They have more traditional flavors from Michoacán, Mexico, where the paletas are from. Some of these flavors include mango, lime, and guava, and to attract American clientele, Monarca Paletas also has flavors such as strawberry cheesecake, Nutella, and Fruity Pebbles. Monarca Paletas is owned by a young couple who opened the ice cream shop in June of 2020, in the middle of the pandemic. This has brought challenges, but the store has had success since they opened. To learn more about the shop and their fantastic food, watch the video on Monarca Paletas. This is, “Voces de Colonia: Monarca Paletas.”

Address: 9901 University Ave, Suite 150, Clive, IA 50325

Phone number: 515-414-8200

Business hours: Monday thru Saturday 1pm – 9pm; Sunday 1pm – 7pm

Instagram: @monarcapaletas

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