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Monday, June 20, 2011

BAJA - Wine Festival Promotions

PROMOTED IN MEXICO CITY EVENTS CALENDAR
THE WINE ROUTE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA
MEXICO CITY .- Friday June 17, 2011 .- A delegation headed by Tourism Secretary of State, Juan Tintos Funcke, made a working tour of Mexico City in order to promote tourism calendar of events Wine Route and the cuisine of Baja California, and the destinations that make up this tourist attraction that distinguishes our state from the rest of the country.
As part of this agenda was held a press conference attended by more than two dozen media in the Federal District as well as national and specialty, to whom he was released in addition to the calendar of events related to wine and gastronomy, tourism destinations that have to make up the Ruta del Vino, Tijuana, Playas de Rosarito, Tecate and Ensenada.
The state official announced that one of the strategies to encourage the arrival of tourists to enjoy this attraction that distinguishes Baja California, as well as the destinations of our state, was to extend the calendar of events, so that supported by the different wineries, as well as local restaurateurs and developers, this year has a calendar with more than 80 events related to wine tourism and gastronomy, which began in April and ends in October.
"With support from the State Governor José Guadalupe Osuna Millán and support of the Secretariat of Tourism of the Federal Government and the Tourism Board of Mexico, we are intensifying our promotional activities and strengthening our tourism related to the Wine Route with the aim of increasing tourist flows and generate a profit to the destiny of the entity, "he said.
The owner of the SECTURE also highlighted one of the main advantages for domestic tourism that is related to connectivity through the airports of Tijuana and Mexicali, which in this case the terminal which has a greater number of frequencies and destinations into the country after the airport in Mexico City.
He added that the importance of this promotion at Mexico City, is that as stated by the Ministry of Tourism of the Federal Government (SECTUR), 70 percent of the economic income generated by tourism and 80 percent of the Hotel occupancy in our country is derived from domestic tourism.
As part of this delegation of Baja California with the participation of David Bibayoff Dalgoff, Chairman of Ensenada Provino, Carlos García Travesi Bosch, President of the Business Coordinating Council and Vice Ensenada National Chamber of Industry and Restaurants Spicy Food (CANIRAC) and the renowned Chef Javier Plascencia Baja California.
Also during the said press conference was attended by Javier Aranda Pedrero of Executive Director and Partner Relationship of CPTM destinations, as well as Ostos Hector de la Cruz, Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Quality SECTUR.
In turn, David Bibayoff an exhibition of the Harvest Festival, which will begin on August 5 with the traditional "Wine Show" and will run until August 21 with over 45 events. For his part, Chef Javier Plascencia presented the event, "Baja California Culinary Fest", it is held in Mexicali, Tijuana, Rosarito Beach and Ensenada from 5 to 9 October.
Among the media covering the press conference are Milenio Diario, Excelsior, Reforma, El Sol de Mexico, Radio Formula, TeleFórmula, TV Azteca and Millennium Television, among others, as well as travel-related magazines and gourmet tourism.
Continuing with the agenda in Mexico City, Secretary of State Tourism Friday attended interviews in major radio programs such as "Focus" with Leonardo Curzio, "Travel Conecction" Radio Formula, "Travelling with the Beaver" Grupo Radio Mil, as well as "Lamont says so" on ABC Radio, which continued with the promotion of Baja California.