SAVE THE DATE · Spring 2018 

Casar, wedding fair.

The event will be held at Mayakoba’s newest venue, El Pueblito – a colonial-inspired plaza in the heart of the resort that has quickly become a sought-after location for weddings and private events. Admission is free and the fair is expected to attract more than 200 guests, who can connect with 40+ wedding professionals, including a variety of suppliers, vendors, planners and industry experts to help them design the perfect day. The casual setting will offer guests cocktails, food tastings, relaxing amenities and exclusive promotions.

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“Mayakoba offers magical, unique events, with a variety of breathtaking scenery to choose from,” said Carl Emberson, director of marketing and operations for Mayakoba. “Verdant mangroves, the clear waters of the canals, beaches of white sand and turquoise, or a colonial town experience inspired by Yucatan villages – complete with a chapel – are all ideal for saying I do.”  

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Calendar

Thursday February 16th

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· 9:00 am a 1:00 pm · Andaz Mayakoba
Workshop with Alan Berg
· 8 Tips for Better Digital Conversations and Conversion – How to better answer emails, get people to reply
· The Price is Right – How to handle pricing questions in email, on your website, at the expo and more

· 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Lunch at Leisure

· 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm · Andaz Mayakoba
Workshop with Bernardette Smith
· It’s Raining Men (and women!): Understanding the gay and lesbian wedding industry

· 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm · El Pueblito Mayakoba
Inauguration and first day of Expo CASAR 2017 Second Edition
· Book sign of Alan Berg & Bernardette Smith

Friday February 17th

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· 9:oo – 1:00pm · Andaz Mayakoba Hotel
Workshop with Alan Berg
· Creating an exceptional customer experience

· 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Lunch at Leisure

· 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm · Andaz Mayakoba Hotel
Workshop with Bernardette Smith
· Hottest trends and marketing strategies for same-sex couples

· 6:00 pm – 9:00pm · El Pueblito Mayakoba
Second Day of Expo CASAR 2017 Second Edition
· Book sign of Alan Berg & Bernardette Smith

Saturday February 18th

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· 7:00 pm – 12:00 am · Andaz Mayakoba Hotel
Dinner “Wedding Not Wedding”
The first “Faux wedding” of Riviera Maya, nothing better to close the Second Edition of CASAR 2017, come and enjoy an extraordinary night at the new Mayakoba hotel addition.

Mayakoba

Located in the Riviera Maya just 15 minutes from Playa del Carmen, Mayakoba is an eco-friendly resort development on the shores of the Caribbean in Mexico. Surrounded by natural beauty in its lagoons, pools and sugar sand beaches, Mayakoba is home to four luxury hotels – Fairmont Mayakoba, Rosewood Mayakoba, Banyan Tree Mayakoba and Andaz Mayakoba (opening winter 2016).

The resort also offers a spectacular 18-hole course designed by renowned architect and PGA legend Greg Norman. The signature course is home to the OHL Classic de Mayakoba – the only PGA TOUR event in Mexico. Six miles of freshwater lagoons and lead to a white sand beaches with turquoise waters on the Caribbean Sea and connect all of the hotels. Mayakoba is an eco-conscious development and has implemented significant practices to encourage sustainability.

For more information, please visit mayakoba.com

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El Pueblito

The new space for weddings and events in the Riviera Maya

El Pueblito has an ideal space for weddings and social events. Likewise, the place has a team of specialists who will work with each client to make their event to the measure, taking care of every detail to reflect and meet the needs of them. The chapel has a maximum capacity of 104 people and has the necessary to mount a romantic ceremony. The place also has a room / dressing room for the bride, which is located next to the church to prepare and relax before your big day. For the reception, the main square has more than a thousand square meters that can be used to mount an outdoor stage accompanied by lighting and dance floor, making it a perfect place to party all night and enjoy the mariachi.

Catholic ceremonies are held inside the chapel and other outdoor ceremonies in the square. Such ceremonies may be officiated in English or Spanish. The banquet is produced by the culinary team of the Koba restaurant of the golf club El Camaleón or by any of the catering services of the 3 hotels. Beyond weddings, the venue functions to hold a variety of events ranging from pre-wedding dinners, cocktails, parties and concerts. El Pueblito has a transportation system that connects the four hotels to the central plaza.

For more information in El Pueblito or Mayakoba, visit El Pueblito.
Follow us through our social networks at facebook.com/elpueblitoatmayakoba/

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