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Bulgarian tourism unveils new logo, slogan

The new tourist brand of Bulgaria as a tourist destination was presented Thursday by Ivo Marinov, Deputy Minister of Economy, Energy, and Tourism.

UHIC State of Islamic Art

The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) has recently made the final touches on the logo of the First International Conference of Urban Heritage in Islamic Countries (UHIC).

Amari Hotels: new image, new ambitions

Amari Hotels is a well-established hotel chain in Thailand.

WTF??? Tourism organization changes name

Thanks to the Internet and cell-phone texting, most people are familiar with Internet slang and "chatspeak." For example, LOL is "laugh out loud" and BRB is "be right back."

Tropicana Las Vegas to get South Beach, Miami makeover

With more than 50 years of staying power on the corner of Tropicana Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard, the property once coined "The Tiffany on the Strip" has stood virtually unchanged since the last maj

Wisconsin spent $250,000 on work affiliated with new tourism slogan

The state Department of Tourism spent $251,306 to create the “Live Like You Mean It” slogan and logo when costs like research and branding for the platform are figured in, about five times more th

Global Aero Logistics launches re-branding program

Global Aviation Holdings, Inc. is the new name announced today to replace Global Aero Logistics, Inc.

France rebrands itself to keep No. 1 tourism spot

PARIS—With the opulent French Riviera, iconic Eiffel Tower and luscious vineyards, France stands tall and proud as the world's No. 1 travel destination.

Feds challenges Hot Springs tourism board’s ‘National Park’ claim

The Interior Department is moving to block a city tourism board from attaining a trademark for the "Hot Springs National Park" logo, a symbol that is used throughout the resort town and in promotional advertising.The logo does not delineate between the national park itself and the city, and the federal agency said in a filing that the two should be kept distinct.