Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña lit Puerto Vallarta’s Christmas tree this Wednesday and during the month of December, will illuminate the boardwalk of Puerto Vallarta as a symbol of the union and hope that characterizes these holidays.
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At the touch of one of its spheres, the lights of the enormous 12-meter-high pine tree and a diameter of 20 meters were lit, for which a total of 3,800 meters of frost were used, a great series of Christmas lights and cheerful ornaments such as candy canes, rehiletes and the traditional spheres.
The mayor of Vallarta pointed out that this tree symbolizes the good wishes that we have towards the families of this port and those who visit us, hoping that on these dates they will enjoy a merry Christmas. “Have a family, may health always come, love; to wish all the Vallartenses, all the tourists that visit us this season, to enjoy these Christmas holidays, enjoying the friends and of course also wish them a prosperous year 2018.”
The mayor that today Puerto Vallarta is living an excellent time, because 2017 has been the best year for tourism and statistics show that it has been a historic year, so we will continue working so that this destination and its people do well, and to advance in all those topics that the city requires.
The placement of this Christmas tree is the result of the union of committed entrepreneurs in Vallarta, and the City of Puerto Vallarta, through the Municipal Tourism Directorate and the areas of Maintenance of Public Buildings and Lighting, which were responsible for its installation.
The big tree has an estimated investment of $200,000 pesos thanks to the support of the sponsors. In the ignition, the municipal president was accompanied by his daughter Yaritza, the director of Municipal Tourism, Ramón González Lomelí; the holder of the Vallarta Institute of Culture, Fernando Sánchez Aceves and the head of Public Lighting, Aurelio Ávila.