Luis Armando Reynoso

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Luis Armando Reynoso Femat
Governor of Aguascalientes
In office
December 1, 2004 – November 30, 2010
Preceded by Juan Jose Leon Rubio
Succeeded by Carlos Lozano de la Torre
Personal details
Born (1957-08-15) August 15, 1957 (age 59)
Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Political party PAN
Spouse(s) Carmelin López de Reynoso
Alma mater Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education
Profession Civil Engineer
Religion Roman Catholic

He founded “El grupo Inmobiliario Reynoso Femat” which are companies dedicated to the promotion, construction and sale of Housing.

In 1985 he was vice-president of the Mexican council of the industry of Housing IN 1989–1990 President of the Rotarian Club of Campestre Aguascalientes and President of the Association of Industrial Promoters of states Housing.

As a member of the National Action Party (Partido Acción Nacional)[edit]

In 1994 he became a member of the Party Action National (National Action Party)

In 1998 he won his party's primary election as a candidate for Mayor of Aguascalientes and on August 2 of that same year he was elected Mayor. His victory confirmed the National Action Party in the capital city of the state with the highest voting in the history of Aguascalientes.

As Aguascalientes City Mayor[edit]

In January 1999 Luis Armando Reynoso Femat was inaugurated as Aguascalientes City Mayor and was qualified as the best County Mayors of the Mexican Republic by journalistic, financial and evaluating companies of the government.

During his term, Luis Armando obtained 14 ISO 9000 certificates for various organizations.

As promoter of sports and development of Aguascalientes[edit]

Because of the promotion he did in Aguascalientes Luis Armando was named honorary president of the Patronato de Fomento de Futbol, A.C:

Furthermore, on August 6 Emilio Azcaraga President of Televisa, inaugurated with Luis Armando Reynoso the country club of Necaxa that is located at the west of the city, it has an extension of 8 hectares and it has grand facilities that guarantee the excellent mental and physical preparation of the players.

He benefited financially with the acquisition of Necaxa which his organization had bought. Before the stadium opened, its administration had sold high end boxes with an approximate cost of $100,000.00 dollars which were considered a good investment until the poor performance of the soccer team proved it wrong, descending to the second division of Mexican soccer on 2009 (Primera División A).

As candidate to Government of the State[edit]

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Preceded by
Juan José León Rubio
Governor of Aguascalientes
2004 — 2010
Succeeded by
Carlos Lozano de la Torre