PUBLISHER’S LETTER- ISSUE 35

Cuenca Expats Magazine ISSUE 35

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Melody J. Crabb

Hello, Beautiful Cuenca!

Cuenca is such an energetic and vibrant city. It seems every day I see and hear about more and more unique activities, special groups, or community organizations to join. Many expats have started new art sessions, book clubs, exercise teams, as well as community projects. Regardless of what excites you, I hope that you are able to get out and enjoy the many offerings Cuenca provides. We are blessed to live in such a culturally rich town.

One remarkable milestone we are proud to share with our readers is the 4th Anniversary of Cuenca Expats Magazine. In four short years, we have seen exciting new developments in several areas. Our distribution sites have grown to include the major Supermaxis, iTur, and other new businesses. We’ve also expanded our topics to include columns on travel, health, insurance, exercise, animals, and community projects. In addition, we are proud to announce that our social media audience has grown. We have over 4,000 online readers, and our Facebook page has over 8,500 followers. In support of our community, we have partnered with non-profit organizations while hosting several informative events for our readers. One of our accomplishments was the creation and execution of the annual Governor’s Expat Humanitarian Award. This year’s celebration was the largest gathering of the expat community at one event in Ecuador

In this issue, we are excited to highlight Michael Rothman (aka Mike Roth), founder of Mike’s Meats Artisanal Marketplace. He is only the second expat to be on the cover of the magazine. You’ll find his story very interesting as he explains his desire to bring Cuenca the best choice of meats available. As many of you know, Cuenca has elected a new mayor. In a personal interview with Ed Lindquist, Managing Partner of Cuenca Expats Magazine, Mayor Palacios shares his vision, priorities, and goals for the city. You can also read his views on the growing number of Venezuelan immigrants as well as an update on the Tranvía. We, at Cuenca Expats Magazine, thank everyone for your continued support.

Best regards to all,

Melody J. Crabb

Cuenca Expats Magazine ISSUE 35

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