Tuesday, February 22
Worried about the economic impact of recent decisions by some cruise lines to avoid Mazatlan, local expats who live there are speaking out on what they believe are overblown, isolated incidents, not reflective of what life in Mazatlan is like for tourists and residents in general. They hope their efforts to make Canadian and American visitors feel safe in this popular Mexican Riviera destination will help alleviate some of the concerns tour operators and consumers might have about travel to Mexican cities like Mazatlan.
A dedicated team player, he developed some of Canada’s most productive travel trade partnerships, worked as a business communicator in tourism, agricultural and health-related sectors, leveraging insight gained through an award-winning broadcast journalism career. In 2004, he was admitted to the degree of Master of Arts in Archaeology and Heritage with Distinction at the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom.