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San Miguel de Allende: ‘the Renaissance of Tourism’

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San Miguel de Allende.- After his participation in the Tianguis Turistico held in Mérida, San Miguel Mayor Mauricio Trejo stressed that in order to reactivate tourism, he conducted 23 interviews with different media.

The Mayor called this action of the interviews the beginning of the “Renaissance of tourism in San Miguel de Allende.”

So says the document sent by the municipal government “after returning from his participation in the most important tourism event in Mexico, municipal president Mauricio Trejo, highlighted the intensive promotional sessions before the media with an impact from the local to the global”.

The municipal president said “we are here to work, that’s what we’re here for, to promote the wealth of San Miguel and show the people of San Miguel that the “Renaissance of Tourism” has already begun and the actions to return to the good times as well “

The mayor’s arduous participation in the Tianguis Turistico included 23 interviews on radio, television, written press, and digital media,” according to official information.

The information even refers that on the policies to be implemented in the new municipal tourism strategy, it was simply announced that it will be announced soon and that Mauricio Trejo will promote economic development through the conservation of the essence of San Miguel with orderly tourism.

“Very intelligent, very well thought out, very aggressive, because we want to recover the economy in the short term, the San Miguel urgently needs to recover its economy. This tourist strategy brings these balances, designed in a brutal economic spill, preserving the magic of San Miguel ”, Mauricio Trejo Pureco concluded.

San Miguel Times

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