DALLAS -- The local chapter of the Association for the Promotion of
Tourism to Africa (APTA) set Nov. 30 for a dinner meeting focused
on Morocco as a tourism destination.
In a session titled An Evening in Morocco, the speaker will be
Charlene Vicenzo of Discovery Tours in Chicago, an expert on
Her presentation, which is the centerpiece of the group's
quarterly educational meeting, is intended to introduce travel
agents and other travel professionals to tourism in Morocco and
will include a slide show intended to reveal the country's "many
magical destinations," according to the APTA.
All travel professionals are invited.
For members, the fee, which covers dinner, is $20; for
nonmembers, it is $24.
The 6 p.m. dinner is set for the Marrakesh Restaurant at 5027 W.
Lovers Lane in Dallas.
The presentation will follow at 6:45 p.m.
To obtain additional information on the event, contact Ann Sager
of Precision Travel, (972) 556-1750 ([email protected]), or Judy Butterly of Frosch
Travel, (972) 267-0034 ([email protected]).
APTA said it is dedicated to the proposition that tourism to
Africa aids international relations, provides financial support for
developing countries and creates the incentive and means to protect
Africa's unique wildlife, habitat and cultural diversity.