2009 Tourism ads refreshed
Greece’s new international tourism campaign for 2009 was launched last week by the Tourism Development Minister Costas Markopoulos.
The campaign maintains the catchphrase “Greece, the True Experience”, but is embellished with a new logo and messages for foreign visitors.
The new campaign was developed by Greek agencies Ashley & Holmes with Karamella. The Greek minister said the advertising campaign is designed so that “people around the world will hear, see and feel Greece.”
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- Your very own Garden of Eden in Templestowe
- My father, Alfredo Kouris
- Anarchy in the EU
- Supporting support groups
- Professor Frank Sear takes us back to the glory Greece was
- Businesses caught tax evading to face closure
- Labor extends support to Melbourne's Greek community
- Coming to Australia: Escape from Crete
- Euro 2016 group stages full of surprises
- Bergers fight to keep in touch with leaders
- 'A disgraceful write-up'
- Drink spiking warning for travellers to Greece
- Peloponnese named top European destination for 2016
- How a stupid minority colludes with the stupid minority in the media to malign a community
- A mother's crusade against ice
- Michael Nicolaou places fourth in the world in Mathletics
- Soccer hooligans? Hardly
- Greece taught me how to say 'Thank you'
- Nafplion: Greece's best kept secret is out
- Swisse CEO invests in Jimmy Grants
Victorian educators to replace Greek taught at schools with Chinese and French.
Hellenic Hotel, the MasterChef host's latest venture, the first in Melbourne's western suburbs, is officially open and it rocks.
A six-week course by University of Melbourne traces the development of Greek art from its beginnings in the Geometric Period to the Classical perfection of the 5th century BC.
The funding will be put towards the promotion of Greek Australian culture.
The new insta-business taking the fashion fitness world by storm.
A black list is in the works, of corporations in Greece with large turnover variations.
State Leagues reach halfway mark.
Melbourne University's Dr Petronella Nel will present a lecture on 'Ancient Cypriot Pottery – Analysis and Preservation'.
The fundraiser will help raise much needed funds for the Starfish Foundation and Street Buffet.
The micropolitics behind the Greece-Australia soccer friendly fury.
Filmmaker and archivist Michael Karris has dedicated his life to the preservation of the collective memories of the Greek migrants to Australia.
The presentation will take place in Melbourne on Thursday 16 June at the Greek Centre.
Postecoglou disappointed with Socceroos' reaction.
An independent review of interpreting and translation services will be undertaken.
Savvas Grigoropoulos remembers.
Two information sessions will be run by the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia to educate parents on the program's 'concerning radical gender theory'.
The Greek and Gay Support Network's establishment 21 years ago taught us that it takes a lot of courage and nerve to stand against homophobia.