Jamaica Tourism Website Receives Award of Excellence

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image courtesy of Jamaica Tourist Board
Written by Linda Hohnholz

It’s all love for VisitJamaica.com as the Jamaica Tourist Board announced its website has been named a winner in the 30th Annual Communicator Awards.

In partnership with Simpleview, VisitJamaica.com received the Award of Excellence, the competition’s highest honor, in the “Travel & Tourism Website” category.

“We understand the power of marketing and Jamaica stands out in its brand presence. The destination punches above its weight and is consistently sought after by millions of visitors. In fact, we enjoy an enviable 42% visitor repeat rate and this speaks to our hospitality and dedication to the sector,” said Hon. Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism, Jamaica.

With over 3,000 entries received from across the U.S. and around the world, the Communicator Awards is the largest and most competitive awards program honoring creative excellence for communications professionals. Presented by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts (AIVA), the competition celebrated its 30th anniversary this year with a pledge to honor timeless communication.

“We are honored by this recognition from AIVA and grateful to Simpleview for their outstanding support in telling the story of our island through VisitJamaica.com,” said Donovan White, Director of Tourism, Jamaica.

A beloved destination worldwide, Jamaica is known for its white sand beaches, flavorful cuisine, reggae music, and lively culture. This summer, visitors and locals look forward to the return of beloved annual festivals including Reggae Sumfest (July 14-20), the largest music festival in the Caribbean, and Jamaica Rum Festival (July 18), which showcases Jamaica’s excellence in rum, food and music.

For more information on Jamaica, please go to www.visitjamaica.com


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Linda Hohnholz

Editor in chief for eTurboNews based in the eTN HQ.

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