In this campaign, destination promotion is imperative, Lopatny points out, adding as a special emphasis on experiences, all the experience we bring home with us from vacation. Also, communication should be adjusted according to the current situation using slogans such as do not cancel the trip but postpone it. As always, storytelling plays a major role, and it is necessary to tell and interest future guests through the story. What’s important to point out is that it’s not just one video, but a rounded campaign. In the first phase, it is planned to be held for a month via social networks and is intended primarily for regional guests. “The campaign is elaborated in such a way that on Mondays posts are published related to historical facts and the rich cultural heritage of the island of Korčula entitled: Dreams made of medieval heritage. On Wednesday, the natural beauties of the island will be presented under the name: Dreams made of turquoise sea / Dreams made of sunlit beaches. On Friday, it is planned to publish information on gastro and sports activities with the title of the publication Dreams made of unique experience / Dreams made of joy and leisure. Through Instagram stories, efforts will be made to encourage guests to post materials related to the island of Korcula near KorculaTheIslandMadeOfDreams”Concludes Lopatny. Thus, HTP Korčula dd emphasizes the dreaming phase through the main communication, presented through a new campaign: orKorčula – The island made of dreams˝ “The aim of the campaign is to focus on promoting the destination and its authenticity in these challenging times when we are unable to travel, and thus stay in touch with current visitors, as well as attract new visitors to dream with us, and then visit the island of Korcula – when this will be possible due to the COVID-19 epidemic”Points out Maja Lena Lopatny from HTP Korčula dd The main narrative of communication is dreams and daydreaming Through the campaign, visitors are invited to dream about the beauties of the island of Korcula – which are presented in the campaign, as well as the message that we hope that soon we will all be able to realize those dreams, with #StayHome, #DreamNow, #TravelLater uniting in # KorculaTheIslandMadeOfDreams. As I have repeatedly pointed out, it is necessary to communicate in this crisis situation as well. At the moment, of course, you should not do the classic sale of accommodation, but communicate to guests that you are still there and give them motives for future travel in the context of the dreaming and planning phase. After last year’s investment in the first phase of the PORT 9 Resort beach, which amounted to more than two million kuna, the works of the second phase have just been completed and guests of HTP Korcula will be able to enjoy 1000 m2 of promenade, special horticultural landscaping, ambient lighting. lounge area and new attire of the traditional tavern and modern beach bar, which are located on the beach.
The country’s overall death toll from the virus rose by 453 to 24,275, the health ministry said, adding that the additional cases were from the previous days in the region of Galicia.The number of diagnosed cases rose by 2,144 from Tuesday to 212,917, the world’s second-highest tally after the United States, the ministry said.”The evolution we are seeing is still very favorable and is in line with what we expected,” health emergency coordinator Fernando Simon told a news briefing on Wednesday.He said the so-called ‘R’ rate – the average number of infections that one person with the virus causes – stood at below 1, signaling a downward trend, in almost all areas of the country. Topics : Spain’s lockdown is making progress against the new coronavirus but a gradual easing from next week will require even more discipline, officials said on Wednesday, after the country recorded 325 deaths from the infection overnight.The lockdown, one of the toughest in Europe, has halted public life since March 14 and nearly paralyzed the economy.In Madrid, workers were painting “keep your distance” signs on to zebra crossings in the capital in preparation for restrictions to be gradually removed. The daily number of deaths has decreased sharply from the high of 950 seen in early April.Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announced late on Tuesday a four-phase plan to lift the lockdown that would culminate in a return to normality by the end of June.Foreign tourism But Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska told a news conference on Wednesday “the period of easing measures would take more discipline than lockdown” itself.Implementation will vary from province to province depending on factors such as how the rate of infection evolves, the number of intensive care beds available locally and compliance with distancing rules. These targets are yet to be announced.Health Minister Salvador Illa said the rules on visiting friends and family would be provided in the coming days.The Hotel Business Association of Madrid on Wednesday expressed its “serious concern” over the plan, as well as its “disbelief” that the government was contemplating reopening hotels “when the arrival of clients is impossible” because of closed borders and suspended flights.The government’s plan does not specify when Spain will be able to reopen its tourism industry, which is worth 12% of Gross Domestic Product.”Foreign tourism is the hardest part to manage. We look at what has happened to those ahead of us [in Asia]; when they started cross-border mobility there were outbreaks of imported cases,” said a government official who declined to be named.”We also want to take the decision at [European] Community level, especially in view of the Schengen area,” he added.Data released on Wednesday showed Spanish retail sales fell 14.1% in March from a year earlier on a calendar-adjusted basis, after rising 1.8% in February.Most stores closed during the second half of last month as part of the lockdown and have remained shut in April.
Arsenal posted: ‘It’s not easy beating Sheffield United at Bramall Lane. Here’s a reminder of how it’s done’.AdvertisementAdvertisementThe post was accompanied with a series of ‘eyes’ and ‘wink’ emojis, further indicating it was a not-so-subtle dig at their north London rivals. Mourinho has long played the pantomine villain to Arsenal fans and his move to Spurs has done little to quell their hatred of the Portuguese.Spurs host Arsenal at their new stadium for the first time on Sunday and Mourinho has stoke the fires for that game by saying Arsenal’s attempted jibe is down to the fact that the Gunners ‘don’t have much to celebrate’. Metro Sport ReporterSunday 5 Jul 2020 11:05 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link1.7kShares Advertisement Jose Mourinho hit back at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has hit back at Arsenal after the Gunners took a swipe at their north London rivals following a 3-1 defeat to Sheffield United.Spurs’ Champions League hopes were effectively ended with a defeat at Bramall Lane on Wednesday. It was the Blades’ first win since Project Restart, ending a poor run of form for Chris Wilder’s men where they tasted defeat against Arsenal in the FA Cup as the Gunners ran out 2-1 winners.Despite having problems of their own this term, Arsenal’s social media team found time to aim a jibe at Spurs for their failure to win at Bramall Lane. ADVERTISEMENT Advertisement Comment Arteta will sample his first north London derby on Sunday (Picture: Getty)‘I think if they were top of the League or fighting for top four in a really good moment they wouldn’t enjoy the problems of others,’ said Mourinho.‘You only enjoy the problems of others when you are also in trouble. In the end it says more about them, they don’t have much to celebrate [so] they have to get every opportunity to do it. They are in a very similar situation to us in the table.‘I don’t like to connect the club with some post or tweet. Maybe I am wrong, maybe I am right, but the person that did it probably did by themselves‘I don’t believe that was [Arsenal boss Mikel] Arteta that posted, I don’t believe it was [Granit] Xhaka or another captain that did it. It was probably some guy that was at home for three months working from home. No problem at home, but we will be waiting for them [on Sunday].’MORE: Michael Owen claims Divock Origi blocked Liverpool from completing ‘brilliant’ Timo Werner signing Jose Mourinho hits back at Arsenal over Facebook jibe by claiming Gunners ‘don’t have much to celebrate’ It’s not easy beating Sheffield United at Bramall Lane ðHere’s a reminder of how it’s done ððGeplaatst door Arsenal op Vrijdag 3 juli 2020
Outside 6 Midson St, Petrie.“I have lots and lots of buyers I’ve spoken to in that area (but) we’ve got more buyers than we’ve got homes for,” he said. “There’s not a great deal for sale so the properties that do come to market tend to attract a fair bit of attention.” The home at 6 Midson St, Petrie.Properties like 6 Midson St are in hot demand as buyers search to get more bang for their buck.The Petrie property sold for $555,000 in March after 23 groups were shown through the home.RE/MAX Ultimate Sales associate David Merryweather said the buyers were moving from the south side of Brisbane as they saw they could get more value for money.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019The kitchen at 6 Midson St, Petrie.“They wanted space and they wanted a leafy suburb for when they consider starting a family down the track,” Mr Merryweather said.The couple saw potential in the property for future extensions, with a storage area beneath the perfect space to build additional bedrooms or living areas. One of the bedrooms at 6 Midson St, Petrie.Mr Merryweather also said there was nowhere near enough stock to keep up with the demand in the area, with families still wanting a decent sized yard flocking to the area.
Matt Ballin during his time with the Wests Tigers. Picture: Mark Evans.1. Where do you live and why?“We live in an old Queenslander built in 1919. I love the character our home has.”2. What do you love about your home?“We have a large, front veranda that wraps around one side of our house and provides a great sunset view of the surrounding homes and beautiful jacarandas.” THE RENO YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE “We only have external access to our downstairs living area and bedroom, so in a perfect world I would have internal stairs. “We would need to sacrifice an upstairs bedroom to do this, and it’s not that much trouble to walk outside and downstairs.4. What is the best thing about your suburb?“We have a young family and the suburb and street we live in is full of families.“Most Friday afternoons everyone comes out on to the street and plays sport, has a bite to eat and a quiet beer or wine. “Everyone gets on really well and enjoys each other’s company.” THE WHITE HOUSE HAS A BRISBANE ‘MINI-ME’ Former rugby league player Matt Ballin with his wife, Shannan, and children, Mackenzie, Fletcher and Murphy. Picture: Brett Costello.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours ago 3. What would you change about your home? 5. If money was no option, what would be your fantasy home and where? “I would buy a house in Mona Vale basin in Sydney, on the beach.”6. What was the best piece of property advice you were give? Or what was the biggest lesson you have learned?“Save hard, buy a home and pay it off as fast as you can.” Former NRL player Matt Ballin. Image: AAP/Jeremy Piper.MATT BALLIN is a former professional rugby league player, father-of-three and husband to Shannan.The 34-year-old played for the Wests Tigers and Manly Warringah Sea Eagles, and has played one game for Queensland in State of Origin.He retired from the game in 2017 and now lives in Brisbane’s inner north.We asked him about his current home, his dream home and why he loves living in Queensland: GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE Matt Ballin during a Wests Tigers training session at Concord Oval. Picture: Gregg Porteous.
The overall volume of Forward Freight Agreement (FFA) trades increased in 2018, according to data compiled by the Baltic Exchange.Freight derivative volumes in the tanker market rose by 20% in 2018 hitting 321,962 lots*, volumes in the dry market were up by 1.4% to 1,196,929 lots, its strongest performance since 2008, while dry options volumes increased by 44% to 268,976 lots, finding similar levels to 2016.Closer analysis of the figures revealed that on the dry bulk side panamax volumes grew by 10% and now account for nearly half (48%) of all dry FFA trades. Capesize volumes were down slightly on 2017, dropping 4.5% to 481,725 lots.For dry options, panamax volumes grew by 65% to 82,987 lots, now accounting for nearly a third (31%) of all trades, with capesize volumes improving 37% to 182,575 lots to take a 68% share of the total. Supramax lots were down 3.5% (3,414 lots) on 2017 levels, accounting for the final 1% of the 2018 total.The Baltic Exchange added that open dry interest stood at 207,891 lots on January 2, 2019, up 25% on January 2, 2018. Dry option open interest is also up with 185,724 lots open on January 2, 2019, up 57% on January 2, 2018.For tankers, dirty trade volumes were up 53% on the previous year reaching 191,224 lots. Much of this growth took place in the final quarter of 2018 when an average of 5691 lots were traded each week. Clean volumes for the year were down 10% at 130,738 lots.Open interest for tankers stood at 50,962 lots on January 2, 2019.*One lot is defined as a day’s hire of a vessel or 1000 metric tonnes of ocean transportation of cargo.
Congratulations to the East Central Trojans who defeated Evansville Harrison 42-28 to become regional champs. The Trojans will get an opportunity to reverse their earlier season loss to Roncalli in this Friday’s semi-state. The game will be played at East Central.Also, congratulations to the Batesville Bulldogs who had a fine 11-2 season in football this year. Despite their loss to Chatard, they matched their season high win total this year. Good luck to the seniors who played their final game last Friday night.
DAVENPORT, Iowa – A week’s worth of rain has forced the Davenport Speedway to cancel the racing program scheduled for tonight Friday, May 2. Weather permitting, racing will return to the Davenport Speedway next Friday, May 9. On the program along with Milan Heating & Air IMCA Modifieds, Hawkeye Auto IMCA Northern SportMods, Koehler Electric Street Stocks and Roto-Rooter 4-Stocks will be the first-ever appearance of the Lucas Oil MLRA super late models on the 1/4-mile oval. Davenport Speedway is located at the Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds on West Locust Street in Davenport. Pit gates open next Friday at 4:30 p.m., the grandstand opens at 5 p.m., hot laps are at 6:30 p.m. and racing starts at 7 p.m.
Perez, who has cost a reported £1.5million, scored 16 goals in 34 appearances in Spain’s second division last season. Ayoze told nufcTV: “I’m very happy to be here to start this new adventure. Newcastle have signed 20-year-old striker Ayoze Perez from Tenerife. “I’m very eager for it to begin and I’m very pleased to play for this magnificent club. “Any football player would be interested in playing for such a club and I will earn my position to get in the first team.” Press Association
Latest Posts admin Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 Bio Latest posts by admin (see all) State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 BOSTON, MA — Several Mount Desert Island area runners are slated to participate in the running of the 2009 Boston Marathon on Monday, April 20. Interested parties can follow their progress on bostonmarathon.org.Runners include: Gary Allen, Cranberry Island; Mary Dudzik, Bar Harbor; Mathew Frongillo, Bar Harbor; Michele Gagnon, Ellsworth; Matt Homich, Ellsworth; James Newett, Ellsworth; Lou Ingrisano, Mount Desert; Amy Tunney, Ellsworth; Timothy Tunney, Ellsworth; Stephen Whalen, Bernard. Bar Harbor native Evan Graves of Caribou will also be running. This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text