translated from Spanish: Route Traveling Pure Sinaloa generates economic spillage in Guasave

Sinaloa.- The route Traveling Puro Sinaloa left an important economic spill this weekend, with the presence of regional tourists from Culiacán who visited the syndicature of Nío, the city of Guasave and Las Glorias beach, reported Benjamin Ahumada López, the Director General of Economic Development of Guasave. The director Ahumada reported that this inter-state tourism route was reactivated on September 15th and is the second route that takes place in the municipality of Guasave. 
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Travelers left Culiacán first to the Surutato mountains in Badiraguato and subsequently arrived in Guasave to stay and stay overnight in a well-known hotel, which was integrated into this program, where they enjoyed the gastronomy of the municipality with a tasty dinner and breakfast.
On the itinerary they first met the Jesuit Ruins in Nío and the Shrine; there they were cordially attended by the municipal syndic Antonio López Burgos.Then the journey continued to Las Glorias beach and Boca del Río, where they spent an extraordinary moment of recreation and tasted seafood and the traditional fish and shaking chicharrón. The director Benjamin Ahumada López said that as an administration they are very happy with the arrival of this route to the municipality, as it is a great opportunity to promote Guasave, in addition to these tourists leaving a spill in restaurants, shops and the hotel where they arrived.

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