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2012-02-14 11:18:00

MEXICO CITY, Feb. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SECTUR, The Mexican Ministry of Tourism revealed that 2011 was a record breaking year for tourism. 22.67 million international travelers visited Mexico in 2011; this represents an increase of 2 percent on 2010, a 5.7 percent increase on 2009, and a 0.2 percent increase on 2008 - historically Mexico's best year for international tourism. "We are overjoyed that Mexico has broken our longstanding record with regard to international visitation," said...

2011-11-10 15:29:00

AVERY ISLAND, La., Nov. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With over 500,000 fans engaged on its Facebook page, TABASCO®, and its agency of record OgilvyWest, are leveraging the social nature of Facebook with the launch of a new Facebook application designed to build two-way communications and drive deeper consumer engagement with TABASCO and its full line of products. TABASCO Nation, a new application on the brand's existing Facebook page, invites its fans to compete in...

2009-04-22 14:02:00

PASADENA, Texas, April 22 /PRNewswire/ -- TechCorr USA, LLC announced the opening of its new offices in Colonia Granada and Villahermosa, Mexico to meet the increasing demand for inspection and engineering services within Mexico. The new facilities will serve all of Mexico and are a further demonstration of TechCorr's commitment to the on-going investment in the region and the company's emphasis on building on our tradition of service excellence and attention to clients' needs. Mexico is...

2009-02-03 14:42:00

Cooks Up $10,000 Grand Prize in Fifth National Tabasco(R) Cook & Ladder Competition NEW YORK, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Firefighter Tracy Moore with the Minneapolis Fire Department (Engine 5) was crowned "America's Hottest Firehouse Cook" in the fifth national Tabasco(R) Cook & Ladder Competition held in New York City. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090203/NY66316 ) Moore cooked up her favorite recipe -- Mount Tabasco Chocolate Lava Cake - to go head-to-head with the...

2006-05-29 07:15:04

By Alistair Bell VILLAHERMOSA, Mexico (Reuters) - The last time Mexican leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador lost an election, there was street fighting, political gridlock and a presidential crisis. Lopez Obrador, a feisty former Indian rights officer, was so upset at allegedly being cheated out of the governorship in elections for Tabasco state in 1994 that he walked 560 miles uphill to Mexico City in protest. Now, Lopez Obrador is running a close second in opinion polls for...