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TCHTA Launches “Why I Love TCI” Social Media Challenge

#Providenciales, November 8, 2018 – Turks and Caicos  – The Turks & Caicos Hotel and Tourism Association [TCHTA] is excited to launch its first ever #whyilovetci social media challenge as they partner with the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board in promoting Tourism Environmental Awareness Month this November.  Social media savvy residents and visitors are invited to showcase their love of Destination TCI while promoting the upward-trending hashtag.

For the entire month of November, each week someone will be a lucky winner of a prize from a TCHTA member.  The first prize up for grabs this week is a gift certificate at the famous Mr. Grouper’s Restaurant and Bar.  Participants are asked to record a short 3o-second video saying why they love TCI, and post it to their Facebook and Instagram pages, tagging the TCHTA (so they know you’ve entered) and, of course, using the hashtag #whyilovetci.

Speaking on the challenge was an excited Stacy Cox of the TCHTA. “#whyilovetci is simply the perfect hashtag to accompany this month of activities as we focus on what makes Turks & Caicos a destination that is loved by so many. We use this hashtag in all of our social media posts, and it has caught on really well.  We are excited to launch a campaign which encourages residents and tourists alike to use the hashtag loudly and proudly across all social media platforms so the love for our destination goes viral. We look forward to all the wonderful images we will see, and how many people will join the challenge.”

Exciting prizes are in store for the month, including photo shoots and spa visits, all courtesy of TCHTA members.  The challenge for week #1 is active now. Details can be found on the TCHTA’s Facebook page.  The public is encouraged to follow the page for each week’s new challenge and announcement of winners.

“A huge thanks goes out to our sponsors for donating prizes for this competition. We know the public will be excited about each and every prize that we have in store for them.” said Mrs. Cox.

 

Press Release: TCHTA

 

 


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