This promises to be a memorable weekend at the Rosarito Beach Hotel as a fantastic group from Phil Friedman Outdoors are headed south. "Mexico countdown is on," said Krisma Crowell from Lake Elsinore. “We can’t wait to get down there.”
Iris Arguelles is a student at San Jose State University and is dreaming of Baja and a delicious quesadilla. “The last time we were in Rosarito Beach, we stopped off at a taco stand and had the best quesadilla I think I’ve ever had in my life,” said Arguelles.
The PFO GROUP will not only be dinning on delicious Baja Cuisine but they will be participating in a myriad of great activities like fishing, wine country tours, the beach, horseback riding, surf fishing, shopping and more.
Also headed down to the resort will be representatives from a myriad of media. John Cassidy and crew from AM 540 and Rod and Reel Radio will be broadcasting live from the Rosarito Beach Hotel from 5-7pm this Sunday. “We are going to be letting everyone know just how wonderful it is to come to Baja,” said Cassidy. “We are looking forward to a wonderful weekend.” The show can be heard live on AM 540 and will be streamed live on http://www.rodandreelradio.com/ as well as archived for future downloads.
Blue Cotton, from Bleu Cotton Photography in Newport Beach will be shooting the entire weekend so that everyone, including the Rosarito Beach Hotel will have memories for a lifetime. Cotton is recognized as one of the very best photographers in Southern California.
Of course Phil Friedman Outdoors Radio will be doing a live broadcast from the hotel on Friday in Spanish which has become one of Friedman’s most popular shows. “We are thrilled to have thousands of Spanish Speaking fans,” said Friedman. “It is so great to be able to bring the great outdoors and Baja to all of our hermanos y hermanas.”
AM 1290 broadcasts in Santa Barbara, California and streams its shows worldwide. Tom Raftican will be on hand to record for his show, Reel World Conservation. “We have the wine country in Santa Barbara so I know all of our fans will be interested in coming to the gateway of the Baja wine country, Rosarito Beach,” said Raftican.
Print media will also be on hand to cover the even. Future articles will appear in Coastal Angler Magazine with a circulation of over ½ a million readers. Also, the Daily Breeze, the Daily News, the Long Beach Press Telegram, Fish Taco Chronicles, and Baja Times.
“It’s so great to spread the GOOD NEWS about what a great place Baja is to visit,” said Friedman. “We are looking forward to another magical weekend.