Arizona Academy of Real Estate response to violence in Mexico
Arizona Academy of Real Estate was forced to cancel schedule Continuing education class to be held in Rocky Point Mexico. After travel warnings to Mexico were issued by the U.S. State Department and the U.S. new media pick up the story and created panic among U.S. travelers, scheduled attendees for the class as well as instructors starting canceling their reservations. Debra Prevost of the Arizona Academy of Real Estate responded by granting an interview with Phoenix Channel 3 KTVK. Debra said it was unfortunate these travel warning are issued. Not only these travel warning affect travelers, they are have a sever economic impact on the economy and business in Rocky Point, many of which are owned by U.S. citizens. As someone who travels to Rocky Point, Mexico on a regular basis, Debra has had no problems over the past 30 years she has been vacationing in the Resort Sea Side Community of Rocky Point. Debra went on to say that she even still has plans to vacation in Puerto Penasco, Mexico over mother's day weekend while others are canceling their planned vacations.
For more information on Debra Prevost interview with channel three check out the interview here.