Skål International Mexico General Assembly 2022

Skål International Mexico celebrated its first General Assembly in Playa Mujeres on January 13th-16th.

Skål International Mexico, has been in the Skål International Organization for over 50 years as National Committee and is the leading tourism organization industry in the world, which just celebrated its first General Assembly in Playa Mujeres with the presence of world President Burcin Turkkan and the new President 2022 for Skål International Mexico Jane A. García.

The activities and events were scheduled over three days, starting with a golf tournament, B2B Networking and dinner function, a General Assembly which Ms.García presented the 2022 work plan for Mexico, mentioning Medical Tourism will be an important chapter and followed by an Extravagant Dinner Gala.

A special recognition from the Minister of Tourism for Mexico, Miguel Torruco honored a special message to the World President, Burcin Turkkan.

The Exchange of chains between former President Enrique Flores and new President Jane García was the main highlight of the weekend, which Mexico for the first time has a female President. The dinner had close to two hundred people, which came from different parts of Mexico, having twenty – three Presidents and invitees, including the Presidencial Mayor of Cancun, Mara Lezama.

Special recognitions were given to Skålleagues whom are part of Skål International Mexico for over 25+ years and a special distinction to the Municipality of Cadereyta de Montes, Queretaro, Presidencial Mayor & Skålleague Miguel Martinez Peñaloza who supported the first national Skål International Mexico weekend festivities.

Awards were presented to former President of Skål International Mexico | Enrique Flores and Jane García | Founding President Skål International Isla Mujeres – Puerto Morelos.

The first two alliances under the Presidency of J.García were signed during the protocol ceremony with the Mexican Association of Travel Agencies known in Mexico as AMAV and with ECPAT | End Child Prostitution, Abuse and Trafficking in the Travel and Tourism Industry.