María del Pilar Ramírez Chávez said in 8 months of having inaugurated the Gastronomic and Artisanal Tianguis “La Noria mi Pueblo Querido” has increased the economic income by up to 60%
Mazatlan, Sin.- The Gastronomic and Artisanal Tianguis “La Noria mi Pueblo Querido” where they keep alive the gastronomic and cultural tradition of the rural areas of the region, 8 months after its inauguration has generated good results with an increase of 60% a hundred in economic benefits, benefiting around 90 families, said María del Pilar Ramírez Chávez.
The chairwoman of the Citizen Committee for La Noria said that the twelve members of the committee are constantly working to keep this going as it has been doing so far, since during the week they receive foreign tourism, and around 3,000 people attend the weekend.
“The results are many, good benefits. The economy has been growing, and the result is that around 90 families are benefiting. The people are generating employment. Over the weekend three thousand people are visiting us, “he said.
The commissar of La Noria, Octavio Salas Rivera said that currently most of the inhabitants work in the three restaurants that operate there, and the opening of a new establishment within the community is at the door, but jobs are still needed for people.
“It’s cool because all those people had to migrate, and now thanks to God we are proud to say that we need work and the restaurants take care of more people, it’s making a new subtraction that will be in the mere Ferris wheel,” Aureliano “the bombshell we tell him,” he said.
The members of the Citizen Committee for La Noria as Maria del Pilar Ramírez Chávez, Octavio Salas Rivera, Juan Antonio Salas Lizárraga reiterated their happiness and satisfaction to see that La Noria has become one of the most visited towns after being cataloged as a “ghost town”.
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