Promotur Sinaloa agrees to work in coordination with tourism entrepreneurs, Sectur and Sedectur for a successful summer
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With the aim of working in a coordinated manner and making the tourist destination grow, this Wednesday authorities, tourist businessmen and restaurant owners held a meeting in order to establish mechanisms and add strength to the future times that Mazatlán will have in this activity and service providers.
José Alfonso Reséndiz Memije, director of Promotur, reported that he planned to work on relevant dates for the sector in the remainder of the year and that the closest is summer.
“The hoteliers and restaurateurs bring good accounts, they did well at Easter, and we talked about areas of opportunity in which we are going to work with the Municipal Government and the State Government,” he said.
All dates are important, he said, but the weekends also register a large influx of road tourism, so no one will be sitting down to see what improvements we will work on hand in hand.
The director of Promotur Sinaloa highlighted during his participation the promotion and dissemination work that he carries out, emphasizing the rural area for the gastronomic route of El Habal-La Noria, as well as El Rosario and Concordia, all considered places of interest for tourists. who arrive in Mazatlan and like to explore other options.
Reséndiz Memije explained that the participation of Estrella Palacios Domínguez, undersecretary of Tourism Promotion of the State Sector, and Ricardo Velarde, secretary of Economic Development, Tourism and Fisheries (Sedectur), is relevant to meet the objectives, since in coordination with Both will support service providers.
This meeting was attended by Carlos Berdegué, president of the Association of Hotels and Tourist Companies of Mazatlan, and José Ramón Manguart, president of the Tres Islas Hotel Association, in addition to José Gámez Valles, director of sales of the Pueblo Bonito group, and Rodrigo Becerra, president of the National Chamber of the Restaurant and Seasoned Food Industry (Canirac).