Spotlight on Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Gloria Guevara

Gloria Guevara, Mexico Secretary of TourismWhile flying Delta Airlines recently on a business trip, I started flipping through SKY, the inflight magazine in front of me and stumbled upon a fantastic spotlight on Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Gloria Guevara.

In the June issue spotlight, she is asked about some of her favorites including Favorite Cultural Attraction, Favorite Spot for a Power Lunch, Favorite Hotel in Mexico City, etc.

Gloria Guevara, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism

Gloria Guevara, Mexico's Secretary of Tourism in June Issue of Delta's SKY Magazine

“Immersing myself in a local culture is very important, so I always visit a museum,” said Gloria Guevara.

Kudos to Delta Airline’s inflight magazine for spotlighting Mexico’s Secretary of Tourism, Gloria Guevara, and for showcasing the best of Mexico.

Delta’s SKY Magazine:

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