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US Frontline magazine reports on Routes Africa, ICTP and Vanilla Islands meetings held in Seychelles

US Frontline magazine reports on Routes Africa, ICTP and Vanilla Islands meetings held in Seychelles ( Mirei Sato, the Editor at US Frontline magazine, a Japanese publication distributed in the US, traveled to Seychelles in July to cover the ICTP (International Council of Tourism Partners) meeting, the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands Ministers Meeting, and Routes Africa 2012.

The ICTP and the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands meetings took place at the same time that Routes Africa 2012 was also being held, and this enabled the US-based Japanese journalist to also cover the airline and tourism conference that has been recorded as having been the biggest ever in Africa.

The 5th August issue of the US Frontline magazine carries a page on the ICTP and the Vanilla Islands meetings, and it updates Japanese readers in the USA on the beauty of the Seychelles and on its suitability for conferences and incentives.

US Frontline is a bi-weekly magazine targeting Japanese communities in the US (mostly in California and New York). There are several Japanese language media in the US, but US Frontline is the only publication distributed nationwide with more than 55,000 in readership.

The magazine publishes tourism destination stories regularly, and a feature story on Seychelles is being programmed for their September issue.

In a letter to Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister responsible for Tourism&Culture, Mrs. Mirei Sato, the Editor at US Frontline Magazine, writes about her trip to the Seychelles and her welcome on the islands:

“I truly appreciate your help, kindness, and hospitality. It was my first time in the beautiful island[s], and I must tell you, I had such a wonderful experience, and I will go back!

“Attached please find a PDF version of my article on the ICTP/Vanilla Islands/Routes Africa meetings, published in US Frontline August 5th issue.”

Minister Alain St.Ange said that the Japanese-speaking public in the USA is a niche market in itself, and they are known to travel to Africa for safaris. “We shall work our - From the Big Five…to the Best Five – campaign on such special and target niche markets, as we plan press FAM trips for USA-based [operators],” Minister St.Ange said.


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