Agents Welcomed To Road Show: Uncharted Destinations - The Philippines

by Maria Lisella


The Philippine Tourism Board and Department of Tourism – New York will be hosting the Philippine Tourism Roadshow featuring Philippines-based experts who will discuss the diverse cultural and natural attractions found in the Islands.

The events will be held from 9 am to 2 pm in Toronto on May 25th; 4pm to 9 pm in  Chicago, May 26th; 9am to 2 pm in Atlanta, May 30th; 9am to 2pm in Philadelphia, June 1st; and 9am to 2pm in New York, June 2nd.

A Philippines-style lunch will be served in Toronto, Atlanta, Philadelphia and New York while Philippines-styled Hors d’oeuvres will be served in Chicago.

Travel trade professionals are invited to attend the event of choice.  Prizes will be awarded at the events, along with the chance to win a trip to the Philippines. For information, contact PDOT New York at pdotnewyork@gmail.com or visit www.philippinetourismusa.com.

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