to personally deliver a brochure to my Zucaes Real Estate clients. I even had
some colleagues blatantly copy my brochure, removing my name with correction
fluid and putting another cover on it to make it look like it was theirs. The
interesting thing was that if they had just asked, I gladly would have allowed
them to use the brochure without having to remove a single letter.
new technology and the creation of the Internet and emails, I decided to
communicate via the web, and this is how the Escazu News was born.
forward years later – we update information with the different tools of the
Such as the web site http://EscazuNews.com (soon to be modified) and
that keeps you informed of the latest information.
information pages in the YAHOO Message Boards. One bilingual – the EscazuNews
other in English – Costa Rica Central Valley Living – https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/CostaRicaCentralValleyLiving/info
EscazuNews – https://facebook.com/EscazuNewsEZN
group for you to share recommendations – Escazu & Santa Ana….i love
Escazu & Santa Ana – https://facebook.com/groups/52230184542
cultural page – Escazu, Actividades Culturales – https://facebook.com/EscazuActividadesCulturales
the English language – Costa Rica Central Valley Living – CostaRica Central
Valley Living – https://facebook.com/CRCVL
information directory on http://zucaes.com/directorio is used by many of you and is always being updated.
And Zucaes Real Estate brings you the latest places for
sale and for rent in the Escazu and neighboring areas.
we’re a wealth of information with a variety of formats for all
information because, as one of our readers said many years ago: “Reading the
Escazú News is addicting.”
thank Jorge Oller’s Tribu advertising agency for creating my portrait on the
broom and Wady Calvo for the logo we currently use.
baby that grew and grew to reach the maturity it is today thanks to better
technology and always fresh and practical information.
Reading the Escazu
News is a free healthy “addiction” and a great source of information for the
Western area of San Jose, Costa Rica.
(plumbers, electricians, etc.), restaurants, events, banks, schools and colleges
for your personal needs and the noncommercial side with information from your
municipalities, and more.
Thanks to all our readers, some regulars from
the start, as well as our new ones who are just starting with us and we hope to
sharing information with you for the next 19 years of publication. Daniel