While the publication in the coming weeks, the 2015 call for UNESCO is expected to candidate cities submit their projects, the technical team of the candidacy of Dénia Creative City of Gastronomy engine has started.
Last Tuesday held the first meeting at City Hall, a meeting that served to bring together the ideas and proposals presented Dénia aiming to to become the eighth Creative City of Gastronomy in the world.
The writing team is composed of the mayor and councilor of Tourism, Ana Kringe; the president of the Association of Hotels and Tourism Marina Alta (Aehtma) Cristina Sellés; restorers Quique DacostaMiquel Ruiz, Jaime Gavilá, Pepe Piera, Diego Mena, Fernando González, Sole Ballester, Evarist Miralles and Pepe Romany; Lola Orihuel, Rosario Donderis, manager Creama; Miquel Dalmau, secretary of the Fishermen's Association of Denia; Josep Vicent Mascarell, tourism expert; the municipal archivist, Rosa Seser; journalist Toni Reig; Miguel Ángel Civera biologist; President of the Association of Venedors del Mercat, Toni Cheli; Florentino Terrades and Pepe Crespo, technical coordinators of the project.
Parallel to this team will work an advisory board that will suggest and supervise the content developed by technicians and plans to meet next week.
And meanwhile, the City Council and Aehtma continue to implement activities that involve citizens in the project, a factor that Unesco values very positively. The creation of the Facebook profile 'Dénia Creative City', which is receiving photographs and videos of Dénia's neighbors preparing their recipes, has been the first start-up.
The shares are multiplied on social networks with activation hashtag # Saboréala on Twitter and Instagram, inviting upload images related to our food until 30 April to get, courtesy of Aehtma six dinners, three for those whose videos and three for those involved with photography.