State Government seeks partnerships Theme park facility in the Amazon

Areas have been achieved with prior authorization, for installation of theme park in the Amazon on land are located in the municipalities of Iranduba, Manacapuru and Novo Airão.
13/11/2017 16h11 - Updated 14/11/2017 16h34
Photo: IAAPA / Press Release

Presenting the Amazon as a new destination for the installation of a theme park in Brazil is the goal of the state government's participation in the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2017, world meeting of representatives of the entertainment sectors, leisure and water and theme parks in the world, which begins on Monday (13) em Orlando, US us, and will continue until next Friday (17).

To strengthen the state's proposal as a destination in the entertainment complex foundation and leisure, the Government of Amazonas, through the State Tourism Company (Amazonastur), and the Superintendency of the Manaus Free Zone (Suframa), They closed a partnership last week to exhibit at IAAPA Expo 2017 incentives on the Tax on Industrialized Products (IPI) and Import Tax (II), according to the president of the Amazonastur, Orsine Junior.

"We will present the many positives of why install a theme park in the state, beyond the natural appeal of the 'Amazon Brand' is very strong. We will expose all this part of the tax incentive we have in the Manaus Free Trade Zone, both for the import of toys, as the assembly of the park ", Junior explained orsini.

Also according to the secretary, the government has already managed areas, with prior authorization, for installation of theme park in the Amazon. The lands are located in the municipalities of Iranduba, Manacapuru and Novo Airão.

"Our trip to Orlando also seeks to partner with entrepreneurs who invest in this segment, that is why, what, besides the State Government, They are going to representatives of the private sector, City Hall and the City Hall of Manaus (CMM), all interested in promoting this tourist activity in our region, which is of great value, because the installation of a park will attract more tourists to the Amazon ", finished.


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