Puerto Vallarta, Mexico - According to many international publications, websites and blogs, including, US News and World Report, AARP, Orbitz, USA Today, and Trip Advisor, Puerto Vallarta is the best place to vacation, retire and start a new life.
Puerto Vallarta is known as one of the friendliest cities in the world, and in October 2010 some of the city's business owners banded together to produce a series of videos showcasing the area's city, culture, environment and lifestyles, called Simply Puerto Vallarta.
This non-traditional PR effort showcased a strong and vibrant community and gave local business owners the ability to put the media message in their own hands during some tough economic times. Most were looking for an innovative way to promote Puerto Vallarta on the Internet and felt that the Simply Puerto Vallarta video series was a great way to share their message with the world.
The successful and far-reaching promotion culminated in March 2011 with the Simply Puerto Vallarta finale, which welcomed visitors to Puerto Vallarta and highlighted the warmth and hospitality of the Vallartenses.
Long-time residents, people who have been vacationing in the city for many years and everyone in between shared their passionate opinions of, and favorite reasons for, living in and/or making Puerto Vallarta their vacation destination year after year. Many cited the fabulous climate, the geographic location and the beautiful topography, but most praised the warm and wonderful people of the city as their favorite aspect of Puerto Vallarta life.
Whether you are dreaming about a vacation, planning your retirement, starting a new chapter in your life or just looking to escape winter weather for several months, Puerto Vallarta and the greater Banderas Bay region offer many opportunities. Just ask those in the know!
Simply Puerto Vallarta is a multi-media promotion campaign that highlights the richness and diversity of Mexico's premier coastal tourist town. Unlike traditional PR efforts, the video series was designed to put the media message back into the hands of those it most affects - area residents.