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Secretary of Tourism for Nuevo Leon Visits McAllen

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Left to Right:  McAllen Mayor Javier Villalobos, McAllen Assistant City Manager, Joe Vera, Mauricio Magdaleno, Executive Director for NL Tourism Cluster, Luis Eduardo Cantu, Vice President for McAllen Chamber, Maricarmen Martinez, Secretary of Tourism for NL
Left to Right: McAllen Mayor Javier Villalobos, McAllen Assistant City Manager, Joe Vera, Mauricio Magdaleno, Executive Director for NL Tourism Cluster, Luis Eduardo Cantu, Vice President for McAllen Chamber, Maricarmen Martinez, Secretary of Tourism for NL 

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Mayor Javier Villalobos and local city of McAllen and McAllen Chamber representatives hosted a delegation headed by Secretary of Tourism for Nuevo Leon, Maricarmen Martinez who was joined by Mauricio Magdaleno, Executive Director for Tourism Cluster for NL.

During the meeting, Mayor Villalobos highlighted the importance of building strategic relationships with Nuevo Leon and the significance of the US- Mexico border reopening to non-essential travel, that will allow families and friends from both sides of the border to reunite after been separated for 19 months.

Secretary Martinez confirmed Nuevo Leon’s commitment to see McAllen as a key partner in multiple collaboration avenues such as tourism promotion, connectivity between our communities, mutual exchanges and the partnership between our communities as a common region.

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“Nuevo Leon and McAllen have strong bonds that date back from many decades,” said Luis Eduardo Cantu, Vice President for the McAllen Chamber of Commerce,” It is our duty as local leaders to foster and develop the relationship between NL and McAllen in creative ways to impact positively our communities. The opportunities for collaboration between Nuevo Leon and McAllen are endless, and I am very motivated about the lively future of our binational region” Cantu concluded.

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