The 8th International Charro Tournament will bring together more than a thousand charros and skirmishes from Mexico and the United States competing for a total of $1.2 million pesos of cash and prizes from January 30 to February 3.
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The event will involve 32 charros teams, of which 12 are from the United States, as well as 22 teams of skirmishes, according to Alfonso Bernal Romero, president of the association of Charros of Puerto Vallarta.
At a press conference, Bernal Romero was accompanied by representatives of Arena Vallarta, venue of this international tournament, as well as the organizing committee and the Tourism Trust, where he detailed the competitions that will shape this tournament.
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Bernal Romero said that this international competition has not only given attention to Jalisco, but also to Puerto Vallarta, as this is the only beach destination in which a tournament of this magnitude takes place.
It is expected an economic outlay of around $40 million pesos and a hotel occupation that will exceed the 400 rooms during the five days of the event.