With the presence of hundreds of locals and tourists attending, Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña officially lit up the Christmas ornaments along the Malecon and city center with the help of Citelum.
Accompanied by his wife, Candelaria Tovar de Dávalos, president of the DIF System, and their daughters, as well as aldermen, officials and company representatives, the lighting was completed as the traditional pilgrimages to The Virgin of Guadalupe began.
Puerto Vallarta seeks to strengthen and continue promoting Mexican traditions and customs that are an attraction for the thousands of visitors who arrive in the city.
Christmas ornaments were lit on Mexico Avenue, as well as Morelos and Juárez streets, in Hidalgo Park, Plaza de Armas, Lázaro Cárdenas, in addition to the Emiliano Zapata neighborhood and the Romantic Zone, concluding with the lighting of the municipal presidency.
The Mayor thanked the company Citelum, for the work they had been doing in conjunction with the City Council, providing maintenance to the luminaries, in addition to the change of 20 thousand bulbs with LED technology, which represents a significant energy saving.
Diego Franco Jiménez, director of Public Services, informed that the lighting of the Christmas ornament was a work in collaboration with Citelum, with the main objective of illuminating the main points of the downtown area of Puerto Vallarta and making it an attraction for locals and visitors.
The event was attended by the councilors Alicia Briones Mercado, María del Refugio Pulido Cruz, José Adolfo López Solorio, as well as Marina de los Santos Álvarez, head of the Vallartense Institute of Culture; Adrián Bobadilla, deputy director of Civil Protection and Firefighters; Everardo Rubio Ávalos, deputy director of Roads; Elisa Ramírez Ruelas, social deputy attorney; Armando Ibarría, deputy director of Public Services, among others.
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