Mexi-GO! Travel and Trade Expo 2012 in Vancouver

Canadians are flocking to Mexico

April 24th, 2012 │ VANCOUVER BC, CANADA.- Partnering with ProMexico, Mexico Tourism Board and the Mexican Consulate, Mexi-GO! (Mexi-Go Properties Inc. and Canadian Marketing Strategies S. de R.L de CV) will hold a two-day tradeshow in downtown Vancouver, BC that will showcase travel and business opportunities in Mexico to a 10,000 strong Canadian audience. Held during the Fourth Annual MexicoFest event (www.mexicofest.ca) the Mexi-Go! Travel & Trade Expo is a unique event that brings travel, art and craft, food, music, business and real estate opportunities to Canadians at home before they make their travel plans.

Held on September 7th and 8th, 2012 on the waterfront in downtown Vancouver in the new state-of-the-art Vancouver Convention Centre. Exhibitors and attendees will enjoy a spectacular setting and an informative, fun-filled two days.

Canada is Mexico’s second largest trading partner; sees over 1.7 million Canadian travelers each year and is Canada’s number one international retirement destination. With the coming of age of the Baby Boomer generation it is expected that over one million Canadians will retire to Mexico on a part-time or full-time basis in the next fifteen years. The Canadian traveler spends more time and more money in Mexico than any other nationality.

Mexi-Go! is a Canadian and Mexican partnership that offers comprehensive online marketing solutions to businesses looking to increase their Canadian market share through publications, direct marketing and events. For more information on the Mexi-GO! Travel & Trade Expo email joel@mexi-go.ca

Exhibitor, sponsorship and speaking opportunities are available. www.mexi-go.ca

Contact:
Veronica Rivas
Marketing and Public Relations
Veronica@mexi-go.ca, 778-996-2845

2 Responses to “Mexi-GO! Travel and Trade Expo 2012 in Vancouver”
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  2. Dave Samson 24 May 2012 at 11:47 am #

    Mexi-Go is a company run by scam artists in Canada and Mexico!!! Stay away from them!

    It is unfortunate that MexicoFest is allowing this company to piggyback on the credibility of the festival which is a wonderful event that I personally have attended every year. My comments are in no way a reflection on the MexicoFest event in Vancouver.

    As a long time developer in both Mexico and Canada, I am sick of company’s like this taking advantage of people who genuinely love Mexico, as well as great organizations which have worked to develop excellent relationships in Canada and represent the heart of Mexico so well.

    STAY AWAY!

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