India sends tourism message in a bottle

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INDIA (eTN) – A leading tourism destination management company in India, handling various important clients from all over the world, has introduced the concept of “Message in a Bottle,” to boost i

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INDIA (eTN) – A leading tourism destination management company in India, handling various important clients from all over the world, has introduced the concept of “Message in a Bottle,” to boost its image and commitment to help save the environment and promote the green cause.

Le Passage to India, winner of many awards, has launched metal mineral water bottles, with a sipper, so that the plastic used in other bottles is saved, there is no waste of plastic, and the environment is given more attention.

Under this program, guests are presented with these metal bottles on arrival in India, which they can refill from 20 liter bottles provided for the purpose during their travels.

Later, they can take the one liter bottle back home with them as a souvenir or donate it to a non-governmental organization or an organization that supports needy children.

This is in line with the company’s policy to do whatever is possible to safeguard India’s natural resources and ecology.

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