Thursday, June 12, 2008

Baja Safari Club Announces Free Emergency Medical Coordination for Baja Mexico Travellers

Mexico Club offers Free Medical Emergency Evacuation Coordination to public

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico-

World famous Baja Safari Mexico Club announced today in Los Cabos Mexico, it is now offering free medical emergency evacuation coordination services to the general public, at no charge to those requiring assistance.

Janice Gilmore, club spokesperson said, "International travellers in Baja Mexico, now a strong friend to call with an emergency". "Baja Safari has over one-hundred years of combined experience in coordinating emergency response in Mexico". "All emergenicies can be assisted by Baja Safari Mexico Club, international travellers have a strong friend in Mexico". The service is available by calling 619-251-9486.

From the press release:

Free medical emergency evacuation coordination now available to the general public not just our Baja Safari Members. When your emergency call is received, ONLY BAJA SAFARI MEXICO CLUB OFFERS FREE IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE, immediate assistance for anyone needing help while experiencing a medical emergency in Mexico! Coordinating the emergency transport of you or your loved ones. Bilingual staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED! We coordinate complete services that you specify and keep them in constant contact throughout your medical emergency. With over thirty years of experience, we have the essential contacts at local hospitals and key rescue personnel throughout Mexico. In addition, we will coordinate the transport with key medical personnel in the United States to evacuate you in a critical emergency. One call does it all 619-251-9486. Baja Safari Mexico Club

Baja Racing

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

SCORE Sal Fish in La Paz working on Baja 1000 '09

EXCLUSIVE to Baja Racing
by: Jose Lima, La Paz reporter

La Paz, Baja South, Mexico- The president of the Mexican Federation of Sport Motoring, Jose Sanchez Jassen, entertained with the Governor of the State of Southern Baja, Narcissus Agúndez Montaño, in recognition of the support of off-road racing in the state. The development of motoring of Off Road in Southern Baja California is on the upswing.

Narcissus Agundez Montano was being celebrated for his new support of the sport of Off-Road1

The president of FEMADAC arrived yesterday at South Baja California and today presented the Governor Narcissus Agúndez Montaño in the Palace of Government, where Sal Fish and other off-road sport dignataries participated in exchanging awards.

The recently ran Baja 1000, 40 years of racing, fulfilled a special race course, with some sections ran for the first time in SCORE history. Even though, those same routes are traditional race courses in southern Baja. SCORE President "Salted Pesca", as some say in Mexico, Sal Fish participated in the instituted ceremony of registering under Mexico's flag for the southern baja californianos racers-pilots who participate in off-road racing.

The most recently run Baja 500 was celebrated by Jeffries Racing for its win the Class 1 division. The awards presented were a silver helmet to the governor and a silver plaque to Jimmie Jeffries Racing of Baja Sur. The presented "silver racing helmet", will be on display this week in La Paz, in the palace of government until 10 AM in the morning.

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