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U.S. Aggressively Targets Central Americans as Potential Tourists

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The aggressiveness with which the United States is developing its tourist attraction campaign “Visit USA” has led a dozen companies and tourism bureaus to flaunt their wares to Central America, including El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. This year alone, the United States aims to attract 60 million tourists to its shores.

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Original Article Text From El Salvador via Google Translate :

U.S. promotes its destinations in El Salvador

The aggressiveness with which the United States is developing its tourist attraction campaign “Visit USA” has led to a dozen companies and tourism bureaus to promote their attractive cities in El Salvador, Costa Rica and Guatemala, and elsewhere.

Yesterday was the turn of El Salvador, where hundreds of tourism operators were updated with data, photographs of new projects, videos of new attractions and promotions for tourist destinations, shopping or convention in cities like New York, Las Vegas , Miami and Orlando.

Promotional talks on establishing business tables are part of an initiative by a tourism promotion bill signed by President Barack Obama in 2010 and intends to sell his country as a destination, safe, innovative and attractive always.

Sean Murphy, Charge d’Affaires of the U.S. Embassy in San Salvador, said this is the first time that this type of activity carried out in the country and what they offer are its beaches, mountains, festivals, museums, amusement parks and the inevitable “malls”, among other attractions.

This year alone, the United States aims to attract 60 million tourists.

The Commercial Attaché at home, Angela Dawkins, said his country last year opened the doors to American tourists 747.000, 98,000 of whom were Salvadorans.

Hence, “is something that we here in El Salvador, promoting our destinations in Florida and other U.S. states,” said Gabriel Martinez Venezuelan, who works for SeaWorld Park & ​​Entertainment.

Julia Lambertini was present in less than 15 minutes, via slides, various historical sites and landmarks of the Big Apple, New York. The city, as she replied, never sleeps.

Lambertini said that although it may seem expensive, a ticket to New York City is the cheapest, because people have access to a cosmopolitan and multiracial … and promote and sell their country.

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