In this portrait, Ana Rangel, co-owner of El Chacharas in Bradenton, pushes a box filled with items toward the back of her business. The box later would be sent to Mexico, along with other packages.
In this portrait, Ana Rangel, co-owner of El Chacharas in Bradenton, pushes a box filled with items toward the back of her business. The box later would be sent to Mexico, along with other packages. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com
In this portrait, Ana Rangel, co-owner of El Chacharas in Bradenton, pushes a box filled with items toward the back of her business. The box later would be sent to Mexico, along with other packages. Amaris Castillo acastillo@bradenton.com

In Manatee County, an alternative way to get packages to loved ones in Mexico

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