To increase outreach and awareness, the Committee for the heritage designation of Arvida (CORPA) created the Arvida Ambassadors Club. Through its will to involve the population into promoting and recognizing Arvida, and by extending the effort to all actual residents -either Arvida-born, of adoption or at heart- the CORPA hopes to reach public figures that shaped the national and international arenas, and that were once in contact with Arvida.
The ambassadors are required to understand the history of the industrial city of Arvida, as well as the heritage designation process; to keep informed about actions taken as part of that process, as well as support and promote it in their communities. They will turn into mentors. Furthermore, they will be invited to take part into events and activities in connection with the heritage designation process, at their convenience.
There currently are 55 members of the Arvida Ambassadors Club. Most of them were officially installed and received their ambassador’s tool kit, which includes a number of information and promotion tools to fulfill their mission. It is presented in the form of an actual aluminum lunch box, which testifies of the Arvida workers commitment, and acts as a reminder of the human heritage of the industrial city.