Many world media covered the UGP action and the #CroatiaIsSafe campaign

first_imgLast week, Croatian tourist workers, caterers and entrepreneurs gathered through the Voice of Entrepreneurs Association decided to react in an affirmative way and send a positive message to the world that holidays in Croatia are safe. Poruka je došla do onih kojima je bila namijenjena – kako turistima tako i stranim medijamima, u prvom redu njemački i austrijski mediji, da prošire glas o Lijepoj našoj kao sigurnoj turistikoj destinaciji. Croatian tourism professionals: Holidays in Croatia are safe http://www.finanztreff.de/news/kroatien-wirbt-um-touristen-urlaub-im-land-ist-sicher/20938174 The timely communication of the Ministry of Tourism, and especially the CNTB, was lacking and what little we could expect from the season was called into question, UGP points out, adding that this was the motive for the UGP Tourism and Catering Committee to form a press release in which they stressed that tourism workers adhere to all safety recommendations and that Croatia is safe for vacation. https://www.ad-hoc-news.de/wirtschaft/krk-fazana-das-eu-und-adria-land-kroatien-wirbt-im-schatten-der/60300640 https://ch.marketscreener.com/boerse-nachrichten/Kroatien-wirbt-um-Touristen-Urlaub-im-Land-ist-sicher–30859445 The importance of this UGP statement was recognized and published by many media in Germany and Austria, but also beyond. The announcement was published by more than fifteen influential foreign tourism media mostly from Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Below are just some of the links to posts related to the UGP press release and action Holidays in Croatia are safe! #CroatiaIsSafe ROUNDUP / After the lockdown, Croatian Tourism is located in Meltdown / / / CROATIAN TOURIST EMPLOYEES SEND A MESSAGE TO THE WORLD: HOLIDAYS IN CROATIA ARE SAFE https://www.tag24.de/thema/coronavirus/coronavirus-liveticker-rekord-usa-neuinfektionen-50000-tag-lockerung-ruecknahme-1452019center_img After the tennis tournament in Zadar and the articles in the foreign media about the corona hotspot on the Croatian coast, UGP decided to react, and so they sent a message to the world: Holidays in Croatia are safe! #CroatiaIsSafe https://www.bild.de/wa/ll/bild-de/privater-modus-unangemeldet-54578900.bild.html https://der-farang.com/de/pages/corona-ueberblick-meldungen-am-donnerstag-13 http://www.finanztreff.de/news/roundup-nach-dem-lockdown-stemmt-sich-kroatiens-tourismus-gegen-den-meltdown/20938301 “Kad se za promociju hrvatskog turizma na našim emitivnim tržištima ne brine HTZ koja ima  državnu organizaciju, dvadesetak ureda u Europi i svijetu  i “samo“ 319 lokalnih zajednica po Hrvatskoj, onda poduzetnici sami moraju uzeti stvar u svoje ruke kako bi spasili i radna mjesta i sezonu! Pitamo se koliko plaćamo urede HTZ-a u Njemačkoj i drugim državama Europe te što to oni točno rade za promociju hrvatskog turizma?” said Drazen Orescanin, executive director of the Voice of Entrepreneurs Association. https://www.finanzen.net/nachricht/aktien/roundup-nach-dem-lockdown-stemmt-sich-kroatiens-tourismus-gegen-den-meltdown-9032367 “Želimo prenijeti poruku svim medijima u svijetu i Hrvatskoj da se hrvatski turistički djelatnici i ugostitelji drže preporuka i propisa vezanih za sprečavanje širenja korona virusa i pozivamo sve turiste da dođu u Hrvatsku te države EU da ne zatvaraju granice prema Hrvatskoj. Mi smo ozbiljni i profesionalni” said Gordana Fabijanić from the Committee for Tourism and Catering of UGP. https://www.ingmarkets.de/nachrichten/168759/roundupnach-dem-lockdown-stemmt-sich-kroatiens-tourismus-gegen-den-meltdown https://www.traveller-online.at/news/detail/kroatien-croatiaissafe-eine-botschaft-kroatischer-tourismusbetreiber.html?no_cache=1&fbclid=IwAR287UdfDeVZzoktEBPxqCZN9f75Hg8NhGe37AQzMcdnYB_1xXGJrkSVcKk https://ch.marketscreener.com/TUI-AG-470539/news/Nach-dem-Lockdown-stemmt-sich-Kroatiens-Tourismus-gegen-den-Meltdown-30859472last_img read more

Nine dates for new IMCA Sprint Series of Nebraska

first_imgEAGLE, Neb. (March 26) – Opening night for the inaugural Sprint Series of Nebraska comes on night two of Eagle Raceway’s Ice Breaker Challenge.The Saturday, April 18 main event for touring IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Cars pays $1,000 to win.Another eight dates are on the 2015 schedule, including Fridays, April 24 and Sept. 11 at Eagle.Thursday shows at U.S. 30 Speedway in Columbus are May 7, June 4 and Aug. 13. Butler County Speedway at Rising City hosts the Friday, June 19 event and the series is at Beatrice Speedway on Sunday, July 26.The finale is Thursday, Sept. 17 at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood.Standard payout for series events is $700 to win and a minimum of $250 to start. IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National, Allstar Performance State and special series points will be awarded each night.“We came up with a schedule that minimizes travel for drivers but still has enough dates to make the champion eligible for bonus points,” noted Tour Director Roger Hadan. “We want to build onto the fan base for these cars while giving tracks the opportunity to run special events and not have to spend a lot of money doing it.”Title sponsor for the series is Precise Racing Products of Bennington. More information is available at the www.sprintseriesofnebraska.com website and on Facebook.“This series is a perfect complement to drivers’ regular weekly racing,” Hadan said. “IMCA and (RaceSaver founder) French Grimes created an ideal foundation for an economical, fan-friendly tour like this. “last_img read more