The southern area of Tamaulipas will continue to hold great events, gastronomic shows and congresses until the end of 2022, as a result of the boost given to the meeting industry during the administration of Governor Francisco García Cabeza de Vaca.
The foregoing was reported at a press conference by Undersecretary Edgar E. Solís Islas, on behalf of the Secretary of Tourism of Tamaulipas, Fernando Olivera Rocha. Being accompanied by Elvia Holguera Altamirano, head of Tourism in Tampico and Francisco Azcárraga Salazar, businessman and organizer of the “Nights of Mercao” event.
Strengthening the industry, Tampico will receive the 5th. International Congress on Inclusive Tourism, thereby promoting the issue of inclusion within tourism activity. This event, to be held the following week, will be held at the Hotel Posada de Tampico, and there is still the possibility of registering.
This congress is organized in coordination with the Mexican Network of Inclusive Tourism (REDMEXTI), with the participation of international experts through keynote speeches, workshops and collaborative panels.
On September 23 and 24, “Noches de Mercao” will offer a cultural and gastronomic event where national and Tamaulipas chefs will give free master classes. Having as its headquarters the modern Municipal Market of Tampico and later completing the activity with tastings at no cost to the attendees.
The chefs who will participate in this great meeting that will spread the richness of Tamaulipas gastronomy are Berenice Sainz (Bixa), David Quevedo (Winner of the 2021 Pinchos and Tapas World Cup), Francisco Molina (Evoka), Ricardo de Gorordo (Los Curricanes), Ana Karen Rodríguez (Cualti), Alejandro Hernández (El Royal) and Manuel Cavazos (Akichi),
Moving forward with the calendar of events scheduled for the last quarter of the year, the Jaibo port will host the Sixth Regional Assembly of the Federation of Architects, the Tampico Tennis Open, the Council of Presidents CAAAREM and the National Congress of the Mexican Industry. of Chemical Engineers, among others.
According to estimates from the Tamaulipas Tourism Secretariat, the economic benefit generated by these latest events will be in the order of 26 million pesos.