Restaurants, clubs, and bars already register reservations for the celebration of the Cry of Independence.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- With the high influx of tourism that is expected in Mazatlán for the national bridge for the celebrations of September 15, Independence Day, the different sectors that make up the tourism chain hope that the benefits will come to everyone.
According to the hotel associations of the destination, average occupancy of over 90% is expected, mainly from tourists from Durango, Torreón, Chihuahua, Zacatecas, Nayarit, and Jalisco.
The president of the Mazatlan Chamber of Commerce, Roberto Lem González, estimated that this bridge would leave an estimated spill of 220,473,000 pesos.
“The next rebound in sales will be for the national bridge, where a large influx of tourists is expected, which will leave millions of dollars in economic income,” he said.
For his part, the vice president of the Association of Tourist and Entertainment Centers of Mazatlan ( ACETEM ), Enrique Lizárraga, stated that for a few weeks they have launched promotions through social networks in the different businesses for this celebration.
“We already have reservations for the night of the Scream in the clubs and bars and it is forecast that the entire weekend will be full in the different establishments and that will come to give an economic break for all the businesses of the tourist chain,” express.
The Concanaco estimated that at the national level the national holidays will benefit the trade, services and tourism sector with a spill that could exceed 20 thousand 500 million pesos, exceeding the levels prior to the pandemic.
This spill will focus on the restaurant sector, but will also favor the hotel industry and businesses of different kinds, dedicated, for example, to the sale of traditional costumes, alcoholic beverages, flags and even musical shows and public markets.