People February 23, 2024 | 4:30 pm

Consul General Antonio Genao honored at Mardi Gras

New Orleans, US.- The Consulate General of the Dominican Republic in New Orleans is delighted to announce that Consul General Antonio Genao received an honor at the prestigious Mardi Gras festival, representing the Dominican Republic with pride.

The recognition, bestowed by the Mayor’s Office of New Orleans during the renowned Mardi Gras celebration, acknowledges Consul General Genao’s distinguished representation of Dominican culture at this iconic event in North America.

Expressing his excitement and gratitude, Consul General Genao remarked on the honor of showcasing Dominican culture on such a grand international stage.

“I am honored to be part of this special moment where military leaders, governors, senators, and prominent personalities from the United States converge,” said Consul General Genao. “I deeply appreciate the hospitality provided by the Mayor’s Office of New Orleans and all the authorities involved for giving me the opportunity to be part of this unforgettable experience.”

Beyond the cultural celebration, Consul General Genao emphasized the event’s significance in promoting tourism to the Dominican Republic. “This event not only celebrates our culture but also represents an opportunity to promote tourism to our beautiful country,” he noted.

The recognition coincided with Consul General Genao’s birthday, adding extra value to the occasion. He expressed sincere gratitude to the King and Queen for this special gesture.

Consul General Genao credited the success of the event to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in organizing the REX. “Their effort and commitment make this event truly unique,” he said.

Furthermore, he thanked the Southern African American Business Association for the invitation to the incredible Bunch Club gala. Established in 1917, the Bunch Club is a true New Orleans Carnival icon, known for its vibrant Mardi Gras dancing.

During the carnival season, Bunch Club members, along with their 1,500 guests, enjoyed music, dancing, refreshments, and lively festivities.

Consul General Genao concluded by extending his thanks for a night full of joy and celebration, reaffirming his commitment to promoting Dominican culture and tourism to the beautiful lands of the Dominican Republic.

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