Posted: Wednesday, January 8, 2020. 7:18 pm CST.
BBN Staff: Today, the Belize Tourism Industry Association (BTIA) unveiled the theme chosen for the 2020 edition of the Destination Belize Magazine, the tourism industry’s signature publication.
“Reefs to Rain Forests. People to People. Our green Belize,” was the theme chosen for the magazine, now on its 21st edition.
Gale Ozaeta, project manager for Destination Belize, said that the publication is a symbol of pride for the BTIA because the management of the magazine was outsourced from 1995 to 2018 when the association took it over. She said that this year’s magazine, to be launched in October, is the second publication under BTIA management and added that the team is confident about the product that will be presented at the launch.
“The theme for the upcoming edition will celebrate Belize as a ‘Green’ destination. A destination passionate about its environment, its communities and its visitors, making a positive impact on their trips,” Ozaeta said.”
BTIA Executive Director, John Burgos, said that the magazine is the product of collaboration between public and private sector entities as well as tourism industry stakeholders. Representatives from many of these bodies attended the launch today.
Once published, Destination Belize 2020 will be available online and hard copies can be obtained by contacting the BTIA. The association also distributes copies to members, consulates, embassies, and copies can be obtained when entering the country through any border point that has a Belize Tourism Board (BTB) kiosk. The BTB is also in charge of distributing the magazine internationally.
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