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Jurassic Trail celebrates its first anniversary

by Sofia Navarro
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Yesterday, Mayor Julián Zacarías Curi led the celebration of the first anniversary of Jurassic Trail with a lively event, accompanied by the director of the theme park, Cintia Sosa, Councilor Karim Dib, as well as various members of the Progreso City Council and the mayor of Teabo, Aida Fernández.

In this context, Zacarías Curi expressed great satisfaction with the results achieved at Jurassic Trail, an entertainment and educational space that has welcomed over 82,500 visitors to date. He thanked director Cintia Sosa and the Jurassic friends for their work over the past twelve months and invited them to continue working to disseminate knowledge about the history that occurred in Chicxulub over 66 million years ago, changing the course of life forever. He added, “Opening a place and getting it ready is obviously the easiest part, but the hardest is to maintain it and ensure that it continues to function optimally so that people who come here can have a wonderful experience.”

It should be noted that since its opening a year ago, Jurassic Trail has received visitors from Progreso and its surrounding communities, as well as from other municipalities in Yucatán, other states of Mexico, and tourists from different countries. The friendly treatment extended to elderly visitors with INAPAM credentials and people with disabilities is particularly noteworthy.

Furthermore, Jurassic Trail has also opened its doors to schools, associations, and institutions, including 20 preschools, 45 primary schools, 7 secondary schools, 6 high schools, 7 universities, 1 sports center, 5 special education centers, and 1 English language center. Additionally, 30 associations, 2 groups of educational authorities, and 4 groups of union affiliates have visited the park.

As part of the strategy to promote this space, the Progreso City Council has signed collaboration agreements with the Yucatán Ministry of Education, the Health Ministry Workers’ Union, Yucatán delegation (Section 67), the National Union of Education Workers, Section 33, the National Union of Education Workers, Section 57, and the Yucatán College of Bachelors, benefiting over 5,000 workers and their families.

Furthermore, this theme park has contributed to the creation of 30 new jobs, including tour guides, administrative staff, maintenance personnel, and nurses. Similarly, it has indirectly benefited 12 entrepreneurs who have stalls within the facilities, generating significant economic growth for the local population.

All of the above is part of the characteristics and development opportunities that have emerged around Jurassic Trail during its first twelve months of existence. For this reason, it is a priority for the administration of Julián Zacarías to continue promoting and consolidating this project.

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