The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB) is pleased to announce Tropical Productions, Inc. (TPI) as its Philippine Market In-Country Representative. After a rigorous procurement process, Tropical Productions Inc. (TPI) was ranked as the highest qualified offeror to represent GVB in its efforts to encourage more Filipinos to visit the island.
“GVB thanks all the companies that put in time to submit their proposals and congratulates Tropical Productions, Inc. on being the highest ranked qualified offeror. This is a unique opportunity to work with a company that has local roots. They know the Guam brand well and their expanding marketing network will strengthen the relationship between Guam and the Philippines,” said GVB President and CEO Nathan Denight. “We look forward to working with them in promoting the events, activities and attractions that our island paradise has to offer.”
Tropical Productions, Inc.’s expertise spans the fields of advertising, marketing, promotions, event organization, art direction, and graphic and web design. With its main office located in Guam, Tropical Productions, Inc. also is an ideal position in working with its satellite office in the Philippines to show visitors in this region why Guam should be a premier destination for them.
“We are excited to work with GVB to showcase what makes Guam unique and attract more visitors from the Philippines,” said EJ Calvo, Tropical Productions, Inc. Chief Executive Officer. “We are committed to promoting all our island has to offer, utilizing our international business experience, marketing expertise and resources in the Philippines.”
Tropical Productions, Inc. set to focus efforts in the Philippines
The company is expected to direct its efforts in the Philippines, highlighting how tourist-friendly Guam is, from it being an English-speaking U.S. territory bursting with American-made goods and island-grown products, having shopping spots that rival the best in the world and a native Chamorro culture that is both unique and colorful, to the most exciting nature adventures that can only be found on the island.If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll probably remember that just last year, I was invited by the wonderful folks of the Guam Visitors Bureau to visit Guam and join their annual Ko’ko’ Road Race Half Marathon. You can read more about my incredible and one-of-a-kind Guam experience here.
Arrivals from the Philippines in Fiscal Year 2016 have reached an all-time high with 18,704 visitors coming to Guam. It is a 52.3% increase when compared to the previous fiscal year. Fiscal Year 2016 is also the best fiscal year in visitor arrivals with Guam reaching 1.51 million visitors.
With this newly forged partnership, it seems that things are going to be quite busy, fun and very productive for Pinoys and Guamanians alike. I, myself, am looking forward to going back to Guam hopefully in the near future. It’s one of those places that you never really grow tired of. So, get ready, pack your bags and get ready to say “Hafa adai” (pronounced, “Half a day”) to beautiful Guam.