Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Cheryll Gillespie is a confessed compulsive shopper, and only after a few hours in Riviera Nayarit we can already see her luggage growing. “I came here with a small suitcase, and now I’ll have to send some things home via parcels service because I can’t carry all my luggage myself”, she says while smirking in complicity with her daughter Samantha, her co-host in Let’s Shop.
Gillespie raises her glass with an exotic fruit cocktail while she enjoys a manicure and pedicure in front of the Vallarta Palace Resort, which has been their home in this destination, while she states that shopping in Riviera Nayarit is a wonderful experience… to the extent that she can’t avoid shopping while she’s being pampered by the endless luxury offered at their hotel.
This is the way in which the Let’s Shop host gets ready for her show, which is broadcasted through CNBC. This time, she’s touring Riviera Nayarit, looking for the best shopping, the best Spas and the most exciting activities to share with her viewers.
Let’s Shop is a show that focuses on travel, shopping, lifestyle and cuisine, inspiring the spectator to enjoy different and entertaining activities.
The various boutiques and galleries located from Nuevo Vallarta to Punta Mita and Sayulita are the most exciting places to shop in Riviera Nayarit. Huichol art, architecture and design set the tourist infrastructure apart in Mexico’s Pacific Treasure.
Cheryll and Samantha are also looking to promote the adventure and activities that can be enjoyed in this destination to round up a day of shopping, making it a memorable experience.
CNBC World is a TV network that reaches over 300 million homes around the globe. Its shows are some of the most respected in the world of finances and most of its viewers are decision makers.
Gillespie’s visit is part of the joint strategy created by The Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) of Riviera Nayarit, together with the Mexican Council for the Promotion of Tourism (CPTM), with the objective of attracting tourism to this country.