“GT” Taps WeAreLao as its First Destination Partner

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“GT” Taps WeAreLao as its First Destination Partner

 

The "Good Tourism” (“GT”) Blog has selected WeAreLao as its first Destination Partner to present stories and insights into the best practices of the country’s tourism stakeholders.

We Are Lao Bernie Rosenbloom

“GT” Publisher David Gillbanks said, "I'm delighted that WeAreLao is representing Laos as the "Good Tourism" Blog's first Destination Partner. Laos is a very special place. I know because I've visited several times for work and leisure.”

Mr Gillbanks explained that a “GT” Destination Partnership is an opportunity for national tourism offices and marketing platforms to curate the best responsible, sustainable, and community-based stories and insights about its destination for a global tourism industry audience.  

“A “GT” Destination Partnership is all about confident destinations, their special places, and their travel and tourism stakeholders, who are keen to showcase and share their good, their better, and their best. Laos and WeAreLao fit the bill!"

According to WeAreLao Co-founder Bernie Rosenbloom, their platform aims to be the top provider of information, news updates, and stories on tourism in Laos, and continuously seeks avenues to broaden its reach.

“WeAreLao.com is honored that “GT” selected us as “GT’s” first Destination Partner,” Mr Rosenbloom said. “Among our goals is to be the most informative source of Lao tourism news that targets global travel agents and industry experts. Thanks to “GT”, our news now reaches the cream of the crop.”

He added the partnership also dovetails into WeAreLao’s “Sustainable Tourism Laos Showcase” project, which is currently in the test marketing phase.

Earlier this year, Global Travel Media endorsed WeAreLao as its primary source for news on tourism and hospitality in Laos.

 

 

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