Ayuntamiento de Zaragoza
I would like to thank Imascono, they have done a splendid job in record time. This year there is no offering event, but we are not going to resign ourselves to being able to bring flowers to the Virgin.
Jorge Azcón / MAYOR OF ZARAGOZA
Zaragoza has become the first Spanish city to avoid the cancellation of its popular festival thanks to technology, receiving more than 360,000 virtual visits.
This innovative solution has allowed more than 150,000 people from the five continents to deposit their bouquets of flowers to the Virgin, surpassing all initial expectations and becoming its most international edition, thanks to the nearly 240,000 users that have passed through the online portal so far.
Mexico, USA, Argentina, United Kingdom and France have been the countries with the greatest virtual representation just after Spain.
The virtual offering has a magnificent result and we must thank the entire Imascono team, who have been involved in this completely innovative project.
SARA FERNÁNDEZ / DEPUTY MAYORESS
1/ TV Channels Telecinco, Antena3, Cuatro, TVE1, LaSexta, AragónTV. 2/ Press and Radio TicBeat, 20 Minutos, elEconomista, COPE, Heraldo de Aragón, El Periódico de Aragón, Aragón Radio and Aragón Digital. 3/ Influencers (sorted by followers) Ander Herrera (3.900.000), Tamara Falcó (898.000), Jesús Vallejo (823.700), Adriana Abenia (447.900), Real Zaragoza (418.500), Tony Aguilar (414.100), Borja Iglesias (279.000), Lucas Lorén (268.000), Dj Nano (256.800)