Issue No. 32 -August / September 2012

Dear members and friends,

As the summer comes to a close, we celebrated with a monumental milestone...the 200th anniversary of the rediscovery of Petra. The winners of the gold coins for the Treasure Hunt game, which was created to promote the anniversary, have been notified and some have already received their gifts.

Trade show season is coming up yet again. JTB will be participating in all the usual major travel & trade shows, starting with Top Resa in Paris, Leisure Exhibition in Moscow, JATA in Tokyo, and TT Warsaw in Poland, all in September. A road show in Brazil is currently taking place to meet with tour operators and travel agents there to increase numbers of Brazilian tourists to Jordan. Another road show will take place in Australia next month.

We continue working tirelessly to promote Jordan to past and future visitors. Please read on for detailed news on our marketing, communications, and social media activities, as well as some of the standout links highlighted below.

Best,
Dr. Abed Al Razzaq I Arabiyat
Managing Director

JTB in collaboration with KHBTCC go the extra mile to promote Jordan at EULAR 2012 in Berlin

In its endeavor to promote Jordan and maximize the number of attendees of the 15th Congress of Asia Pacific League of Associations for Rheumatology (APLAR) 2012, the Jordan Tourism Board recently joined resources with King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Centre ......

 

> Tourism investments at Dead Sea expected to reach JD300m this year
> For the second year, Citadel Nights lights up Amman’s highest hill
> New tourist trails launched
> Enter the Jordan Box Giveaway
For information on planned marketing activities for each of our source markets, please select a country from the list below.
> The third timelapse video in our series: Petra – City of Mysteries.
> This Nabataean Theatre in Petra.
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