Locally owned and operated, Savedra’s has a large selection of “Musica Latina” CDs and cassettes. You can shop in comfort and find just what you are looking for at Savedra’s.
Stop by 114 East Bland St. and check out their wide selection of gifts “imported from Mexico”, including:
• Baja shirts, ponchos, new shipment of Falsa blankets, sarapes, sombreros, brightly embroidered Poblano dresses (very comfortable in this heat!), paper maché figurines and piñatas.
They also have [auth] horse blankets, saddle blankets and throw rugs.
• Mexican candies, new varieties just arrived, including religious.
• Santos, Rosaries and other religious items, including candles.
• Molina and La Vencedora vanilla, imported from Mexico.
• Baleros and Trompos (tops).
• Piñatas, marracas, castanetes and Loteria Gacela. A new truckload of piñatas arrived recently. Selections include: Angry Birds, Sponge Bob Square Pants, Scooby Doo, Spiderman, Hello Kitty, Stars, Motorcycle and Princess Castle, plus many more.
• Herbal teas to help you lose weight, plus Te Del Bebe.
• Tortilla presses, tortilla warmers/servers (comals, flour and corn tortilla sizes).
• Ceramic Piggy Banks.
• Mexican candy.
• Mexican Coca Cola and Fanta Orange, plus Tum-E-Yummies.
• Spanish Music on CDs and cassettes.
Savedra’s has Mariachi, Nortena, Tex-Mex and New Mexico music. They have a huge selection of the newest “Musica Latina” CDs and they have all your old favorites. They have the latest from Little Joe y La Familia; Freddie Martinez; Roy Montelongo; Jay Perez; Freddy Fender; and Agustin Ramirez.
Cassettes at Savedra’s are only 50¢ and some CDs are as low as $1.99 each. Nortena as low as $9.99 each.
• Paper mache´.
• Ceramic parrots, toucans and cockatoo yard hangers.
Savedra’s, at 114 East Bland St., is open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. They are closed on Sundays.