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FACE TO FACE The benefits of excellent resorts and high caliber meeting infrastructure, easy air access and friendly, experienced industry personnel continue to make Mexico one of the most popular destinations for meetings and incentives. But don’t take our word for it. Here’s what the planners themselves are saying about their ongoing experiences in Mexico. “Our delegates loved Mexico,” says Catherine R. Lincoln, American Academy of Otolaryngology senior manager of international relations, who worked the 2010 Pan American Association of Otolaryngology Societies convention in Cancun. “It What are the high points that keep planners motivated to bring their clients back to Mexico again and again? We’ll let them tell you. was our first gathering in Mexico and we had a higher than normal turnout of 1,200 attendees from 15 countries. “Cancun has so much to offer, and not just beaches, but culture and history,” exclaims Lincoln. And, Lincoln says, there were activities that everyone could enjoy, such as taking in the sights. “We went to Chichen Itza and we enjoyed a fabulous dinner and show featuring the pageantry of Mexico’s history in a recreated Maya ball court at Xcaret.” Lincoln has plans to return, and soon. “I would love to go back to visit Merida (in Yucatan Peninsula outside Cancun).” A ballet performance at Poliforum Leon, Leon, Guanajuato 16 FACE TO FACE

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of MMIP 2012

Here and There
Face to Face
Valuable Partners
Meeting Resources
Centers of Attention
The Right Stuff
What to Do
Mexico's Cooking
Baja California
Mundo Maya
Mexican Caribbean
Pacific Coast
Mexico Meetings Hotels

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