We thank our principal sponsor, Coors Light for investing in this great event. We would also like to thank the staff, mayor and council, and residents of the City of Somerton. Other sponsors include: KYMA, the Yuma Sun, Bajo el Sol, State Farm, Cenpatico, Arizona Smart Cash, Sonora Nissan, Booth Machinery, Century Link, Southwest Sanitation, Susy's Party Supply, Viriana's Decorations, MAC Electric, Inc., C. Candy Camarena, 95.1 KTTI, Star 100.9, and 560 KBLU, Shaw, Star Professional Services, the White Sheet, KYVE/Telefutura/MundoFox, La Campesina, Del Outdoor, Home Depot, Arizona Family Dentistry, Lamar, Chris Bermudo Photography, Maya's Fencing and Construction and the Yuma County Sheriff Volunteer Corp.
We thank all the community groups and performers who made the event extra special with their songs and dances. Finally, we thank the 44 vendors and their families who participated in the festival.
This event was established by the local Arizona State University alumni to encourage higher education and motivate students to begin their professional career in Yuma County. The entire community pulls together to raise funds for scholarships. Close to 25,000 attendees took part in the festival and over 75,000 tamales were sold, making this year's festival a success.
President, El Diablito ASU Alumni Chapter, Somerton