Sunday, August 14, 2011

Pilipinas, Tara Na, for Local Philippine Tourism

The new Pilipinas, Tara Na! Music Video was shown to DOT Secretary Alberto Lim last month or a week before it was officially unveiled last August 05 before the DOT officials, media and invited artists. He was very happy with the result of the songs, and thankful for the effort that was put into making the video by the Perceptions team and all the artists who've given time and talent to remake the song and video.

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After its launch in Manila, the video was brough to the MICE Conference in Cebu City, which was played in the DOT Booth and unveiled to both the Cebu and foreign crowd attending the conference.

We released the trailer or a preview of the actual thing days before it was actually released last Friday noon, through the Pilipinas, Tara Na! Facebook page and the Department of Tourism Facebook page. You can view the preview and the actual music videos here:





Local tourism is one of the big factors that contribute to our economy, in fact around 900 billion pesos was contributed to our economy by it. There are 28 million local travelers, as of date. With what's happening in the US and in the international scene, local spending will help us get through, and cushion us from financial crisis.

LIKE. SHARE. INSPIRE. PILIPINAS, TARA NA! :)

4 comments:

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  2. everytime i see this video, it makes me proud being a Filipino. That's a real showcase of what Filipino talent can do. Nakakatindig balahibo sa galing. As in tumayo balahibo ko habang pinapanood yung video nila.

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  3. Galing! itayo and banderang pilipino! if interested with filipino recipe and dishes, please visit http://thehapitraveler.blogspot.com

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  4. Since its all about local tourism,I hope you can visit Bolinao,Pangasinan.It is known for it's pristine beaches and historical sites like the 400 year old church and the 2nd tallest lighthouse in the philippines.You can also visit our site for more information regarding Bolinao, http://www.bolinaobusinessonline.com see you in bolinao.

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