The thirty-fifth edition of the Canaco Fair Expo was already inaugurated on Friday night at the esplanade of the Sam’s Club. In the protocol event, Germán Ernesto Ralis Cumplido, secretary of tourism of Jalisco, representative of the state invited to this maximum exhibition of shops of different turns that are represented in 150 stands were counted.
It was about 7:00 p.m. when the arrival of the leaders of the president of CANACO SERVYTUR Sinaloa Sur, Jesús Rafael Sandoval Gaxiola and Guillermo Romero, president of the Hotels and Motels Commission of CONCANACO SERVYTUR Mexico, was joined by Mayor Luis Guillermo Benítez Torres, his counterpart of Escuinapa Emett Soto Grave and the secretary of Economy in Sinaloa, Javier Lizárraga Mercado, among other special guests and representatives of three important trademarks.
Surrounded by the sinaloan beauty represented by the candidates for the Reyna del Comercio and the current queens of the Carnival, the officials talked about the importance of this maximum trade festival that through its 34 past editions has grown every year, generating prosperity in all the shops and services involved from its start at the Expo Feria Canaco.
The president of CANACO, Jesús Rafael Sandoval Gaxiola recalled that this new edition is number 35 and that from four in the afternoon it will open its doors to the public with an admission cost of 70 pesos, and with the bracelet you can enjoy almost all mechanical games as many times as the attendees want.
“This year, always working for growth, we have reassessed one of the most important products we offer for Mazatlan, not only commercially and as a fun alternative but as a tourist attraction for visitors to our destination.”
He added that this new edition has a more expected tourist pavilion, as Jalisco state makes its presence, which brings a small sample of its gastronomy culture, crafts, products and tourist places to visit.
The secretary of tourism of Jalisco, Germán Ernesto Ralis Cumplido, thanked those present for the invitation to share this event and highlighted the joint leadership of both entities (Sinaloa and Jalisco) to promote and promote tourism.
“With this pavilion, our task is to get visitors to go a little deeper into what Jalisco means, culture, identity, tradition, icon of Mexicanness, charrería, tequila and many other things that we will see today as gastronomy and about all its crafts, because all this is an important offer that we have in our state, because thanks to that, Jalisco at the national level is the third state with the greatest tourist influx ”.
After the words of thanks from Javier Lizárraga Mercado and Chemist Benítez Torres, the traditional ribbon cutting was carried out and accompanied by band and mariachi music, municipal, state and trade leaders toured the Jalisco pavilion and the rest of the commercial area and zone of mechanical games.
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