The shops of the Campina Grande Center will have special time in the Games days of the Brazilian national team in the 2018 World Cup. This is what guides the Chamber of Shopkeepers (CDL) Campina Grande.
When the Brazilian team plays on a weekday, the orientation is so that the center stores close half an hour before departure and reopen half an hour after closing. This is the case of the dispute against Serbia on June 27th, which begins at 15h, in Brasilia time.
The orientation is different for the game cases with scheduled time for early morning. Brazil's second match against Costa Rica, for example, takes place on June 22nd at 9am. So the recommendation is that the stores open only at 11:30 after the game.
The president of CDL Campina Grade, Carlos Botelho, believes that the opening of the greater São João do Mundo is an opportunity for trade to recover from the losses caused by the national standings of truckers, when the commerce of Campina Grande took the Empty streets, for lack of customers. At the time of the fuel shortage crisis, the house of shopkeepers estimated that losses reached more than 50%.
The shopkeeper points out that the estimate is that retail sales in the month of June will grow from 3% to 5% compared to the same period last year.