HomeSweetHome: A lucky draw in new tourism campaign wins local travel discount
- A just-launched domestic tourism campaign aims to stimulate the economy through boosting the local tourism sector
- It works with a draw system - winners get up to 35% off the cost of their next local travel package
- The Home Sweet Home promotion starts on 8 August and ends on 6 September
Home Sweet Home...
A just-launched tourism campaign aims to stimulate the economy through giving domestic tourism a boost.
It works with a draw system - winners get up to 35% off the cost of their next local travel package.
Participating establishments, airlines, and tour operators have been selected by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) in partnership with South African Tourism and the Tourism Business Council of SA.
The IDC is boosting local travel through the #TravelWithSAisHome campaign!— IDC South Africa (@IDCSouthAfrica) August 1, 2022
We’re taking the lead to revive the #tourism industry by encouraging South Africans to travel local and get our Home Sweet Home back to its pre-Covid-19 splendor.
Register now on https://t.co/D4C6KjKUVB pic.twitter.com/i7bCvLLtK5
Bruce Whitfield interviews Tshokolo 'TP' Nchocho, CEO of the IDC.
We're quite heavily invested in the tourism sector both inside South Africa and outside of South Africa... currently sitting at around R6 billion...Tshokolo 'TP' Nchocho, CEO - Industrial Development Corporation
We've put aside a pot of money. We want to support about 30 000 trips where we'll be offering a discount up to 35%...Tshokolo 'TP' Nchocho, CEO - Industrial Development Corporation
We're calling all South Africans to register, and to stand in line to win one of the 30 000 vouchers... each up to a maximum of R2500.Tshokolo 'TP' Nchocho, CEO - Industrial Development Corporation
If you draw a winning voucher you'll be notified by email, with 21 days to redeem it online.
The promotion starts on 8 August and ends on 6 September.
Scroll to the top of the article to listen to the interview
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