Burnell, FL (PRWEB) July 25, 2008
Angelica Saucedo, owner of Los Dos Potrillos, explains why she enjoys offering Mexican offerings and groceries to the residents of Burnell, in the Dayton Beach News Journal. The daily newspaper provides information on local news, business, sports, racing, entertainment, lifestyle and classifieds in the Daytona Beach area.
The article, titled "Restaurateur Tastes Success" gives Saucedo's thoughts on Cinco de Mayo and how she feels about running a Mexican taco place and grocery store. Saucedo "lived in Durango, Mexico, until she was 18 and it's her heritage that makes Cinco de Mayo in the United States seem so amusing," wrote Dayton Beach News Journal staff writer Lauren Sonis.
Saucedo, who is one of nine children, moved to Orlando from Los Angeles at the age of 25. '"I was just looking for a different environment, and it was time for me to have kids,"' Saucedo said in the article. She later found a business opportunity in Burnell and still commutes three times a week to Orlando to buy products for her business.
Los Dos Potrillos translates to the two colts, a nickname Saucedo's father gave to her two children, 10-year-old daughter Daniella and 3-year-old son Zahir.
About Los Dos Potrillos:
Angelica Saucedo owns Los Dos Potrillos in the city of Burnell and offers Mexican groceries along with the Mexican taco shop and restaurant. The restaurant is a favorite for the Latino community in the Flagler County. Los Dos Potrillos translates to the two colts, a nickname her father gave to her two children.