The hotelier originally from Teacapán has 20 years of experience working in the tourist industry.
Escuinapa, Sinaloa.- The CIP Playa Espiritu project is not “dead”, as the businessman of the tourist industry Manuel Sillas Zambrano pointed out after offering a conference at the Technological University of Escuinapa.
Sillas Zambrano, who hails from the port of Teacapán and is currently at the front of the Hotel Esencia Resort in Playa del Carmen, was clear when he said that “Playa Espíritu” is not the only project that has grown slowly in the country, which means that it still has potential.
For me not (it is dead) what I see is a good project, everything depends on whether or not they develop it but I do not see it dead … There are projects like Cabo Pulmo that has been going on for more than 10 years, there are projects like Huatulco that never took off In reality where there are two or three hotels and ready they never took off, Ixtapa that took off and then they went out then I say ‘Playa Espíritu’ is not the only project that is taking to take off.
Manuel Sillas Zambrano.
He said it is very important that the escuinapenses, especially young people, are prepared to face the growth that this project can achieve.
“That they are prepared, that definitely if they are prepared it will be much better for the CIP, if we go out there and we are sub-prepared then it will be much more complicated for ‘Playa Espíritu’ and for them”.
Finally it was reiterative to point out that the CIP is a project which still has possibilities to materialize and above all to give a boost to the south of Sinaloa since the area has enough conditions to do it as are the beaches and the flora and the wildlife.
Source: El Sol de Mazatlan
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