THE MUNICIPALITY OF KUŞADASI HAS COMPLETED ITS PROMOTIONAL WORKS DURING THE 4 DAY TOURISM FAIR WITH GREAT SUCCESS.
Kuşadası Municipality’s promotional attack was continued with great success during the international tourism fair in London. Kuşadası Mayor M. Esat Altungün has launched a major promotional attack for his city from the moment he came into power and has carried out related activities nationally and internationally.He continued his works this year in London’s World Travel Market (WTM) tourism fair, known to be one of Europe’s most popular tourism fairs, which lasted 4 days.
The Kuşadası promotion stand represented byKuşadası Municipal Council member and head of Tourism Commission Mr. Murat Saraç was visited by Culture and Tourism Ministry Promotion General Manager Mr. Cumhur Güven Taşbaşı and then by Aydın district Governor Mr. Kerel Al. Municipal Council members Tacettin Özden and Naile Göçen Çukurova, Owner of Peninsula Tourism Tevfik Bağcı, Owner of Diana Tourism Hasan Tonbul, President of Nova Hotels Group’s Management Committee İlhan Açıkgöz, General secretary of City Council Emre Fazlılar, Sürmeli Hotel’s General Manager Sadun Alp and İmbat Hotel and Grand Blue Sky General Manager Emin Berk together with a large number of hotel and travel agency owners also participated in the fair..
Evaluating the promotional works carried out in London by the municipal team Kuşadası Mayor M. Esat Altungün drawing attention to the fact that winter promotional works had been kicked off in the London fair went on to say;
“Just like the previous 2.5 years we are continuing our promotional works in fairs this year as well. The first stop in these fairs was London where Kuşadası was promoted very effectively. Our promotional works will carry on in international fairs in Berlin, Utrecht, Moscow, Bucharest, Milan, Miami, Dublin, Üsküp, Minsk and Sofia and national fairs in İzmir and İstanbul. We will participate in 12 international and 2 national fairs by the end of the winter season. We are continuing our promotional works initiated 2.5 years ago without interruptions.”