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La Asociación de Turismo de Hawái da la bienvenida al Turtle Bay Resort

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NORTH SHORE, Oahu, Hawaii – The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to welcome Turtle Bay Resort as its first resort to support the global tourism initiative of the association.

NORTH SHORE, Oahu, Hawaii – The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to welcome Turtle Bay Resort as its first resort to support the global tourism initiative of the association. HiTA has been aggressively expanding its global tourism Ambassador program, along with its Friends of the Media program, which works hand in hand with the global Ambassadors to raise awareness for Hawaii and to encourage the industry to book travel to Hawaii using its network, creating additional arrivals from new emerging markets.

The President of HiTA, Juergen T. Steinmetz, said: “It is my pleasure to welcome Turtle Bay Resort as our first accommodation member, which will directly benefit from immediate business from our new emerging markets, which have HiTA Ambassadors in place. We are looking forward to the Turtle Bay Resort to take the lead and inspire other Hawaii businesses, such as hotels, resorts, restaurants, attractions, inbound operators, and transportation companies, to join our initiative and immediately prosper from additional business. Hawaii tourism stakeholders can join us online at www.hawaiitourismassociation.com .

Danna Holck, General Manager of Turtle Bay Resort, said: “Turtle Bay Resort, located on Oahu’s Fabled North Shore, is pleased to be a part of the Hawaii Tourism Association’s ambassador program. It is an important global initiative designed to reach emerging markets, and we look forward to welcoming new and returning international guests.”

For more information about Turtle Bay Resort, visit: www.turtlebayresort.com .

ACERCA DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE TURISMO DE HAWAII

La misión de la Asociación de Turismo de Hawái (HITA) es informar, educar y actualizar la industria de viajes global sobre las tendencias actuales y emergentes, la economía, los eventos, las actividades, los negocios y el marketing que ayudan a dar forma a la percepción de los turistas de las islas hawaianas. HITA sirve como un foro de discusión para temas que afectan a los miembros de la industria interesados ​​en hacer negocios en Hawái, al mismo tiempo que trabaja con nuevos mercados y regiones que expresan interés en visitar las islas. La asociación ofrece servicios para miembros que mejoran la experiencia hawaiana y promueven a los pueblos indígenas, la cultura y la singularidad que diferencia el lugar geográficamente más remoto de la Tierra de otras islas de vacaciones y destinos de negocios de arena, sol y surf. HiTA es miembro del Consejo Internacional de Socios Turísticos (ICTP): www.tourismpartners.org.

For more information on HiTA and to join, visit www.hawaiitourismassociation.com .