Puerto Vallarta “The City of the Bougainvilleas”

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Xocodiva, bite me! beach club and PVRPV – Puerto Vallarta Rentals, do it again. With just a week after having terminated their previous project – Carol Fast, Charlotte Semple, Grant Hunermund and Tim Longpre come together to continue with three more weeks of bingo, this time to help enhance our already beautiful Puerto Vallarta. The project called “The City of the Bougainvilleas” is headed by Robert Price of Botanical Gardens and the city of Puerto Vallarta, its goal is to plant the amount of 5,000.00 bougainvillea bushes, amapas and spring flowers, from the International Airport Gustavo Diaz Ordaz to Mismaloya.

The project was approved and supported by Ing. Lázaro Cárdenas Tovar from H. Ayuntamiento de Puerto Vallarta (City Hall) and by Lic. Alfredo Velázquez Islas del Despacho de la Dirección de Servicios Públicos Municipales (Municipal Department of Public Services). The project is to improve the appearance of Puerto Vallarta including parks and gardens, as well as, streets and roads.

The idea started thanks to the swine flu scare A-H1N1, as this seriously affected the image of Mexico thus affecting tourism in Puerto Vallarta. It plans to obtain an improvement in the image of our fabulous city – Puerto Vallarta.

Besides attending the weekly bingo at bite me! beach club in Playa los Muertos, you can also donate via PayPal or if you prefer buying them at a value of $ 16.00 pesos or in groups of 100 for $ 1600.00 dollars.

Not only we’ll contribute with the environment, but also will provide a better image to this paradise we love so much.


For more information about “The City of the Bougainvilleas” click on the following link:

http://ciudaddelasbugambilias.wordpress.com/informacion-cuidad-de-las-bugambilias-en-espanol/

To donate click the following link:

http://www.vallartabotanicalgardensac.org/donations.htm

Or for more information send an email to: carlosmendoza@vallartabotanicalgardensac.org or call 322-223-6182.