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Puerto Vallarta News NetworkNews from Around Banderas Bay | December 2007 

Join Xocodiva in the Spirit of Giving
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For every donation made to R.I.S.E. at Xocodiva between now and December 23rd, you'll be entered to win a beautiful, edible Christmas tree.
Puerto Vallarta - This holiday season, join Xocodiva in helping the local children's shelter and enter to win a beautiful, edible Christmas tree. The Refugio Infantil Santa Esperanza (R.I.S.E.) is currently caring for 53 youngsters that could use your added help, especially at this time of year.

So, for every donation made at Xocodiva between now and December 23rd, you will be automatically entered to win a 2-foot chocolate Christmas tree. The winner will be announced on December 23rd, just in time for the holidays.

Offering a wide variety of hand-rolled truffles, gourmet nuts, bars and other tasty treats for the holiday gift-giving season, Xocodiva ("XOCO" - pronounced SHO CO - part of the ancient Nahuatl word for chocolate and DIVA - for divinity) has been hard at work creating new items for that perfect gift, stocking stuffer or special something just for you.

Xocodiva chocolates are handcrafted daily in small batches using only the finest ingredients available. Each chocolate is then uniquely enrobed in premium chocolate. Your choice of truffles include candied ginger, coconut, tequila, chili and amaretto among so many more.

There's no need to worry about transporting your delicious treats - ice packs are available to keep your treasures from melting for up to three hours. Gift bags and boxes are also available. This season, check-off your holiday gift list at Xocodiva and help those less fortunate at the same time.

Xocodiva can be found next to the San Marino Hotel in the Romantic Zone at Rodolfo Gomez 111. They are open daily from 10 am to 10 pm. They can also be reached by calling (322) 113-0352.
Born in Seattle, WA, Patrick Harrison has been living in PV for more than 3 years. Drawing on his experience in entertainment, radio, retail and sports marketing in major US cities, Patrick opened his own business here in Vallarta, P. Gringo Marketing & PR, a successful Public Relations Firm that targets the English-speaking tourist and local communities. You can contact Patrick at patrickinpv(at)

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