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Sharjah tourism authority holds road show in Jeddah

April 22- The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) organized a road show from April 14 to April 20 in several Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries in a bid to promote tourism in Sharjah. The road show destinations included included Doha, Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia (Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah).
The delegation included companies such as the Sharjah Millennium Hotel, Golden Tulip Hotel, Embassy Hotel Suites, Marbella Resort, Sharjah Premiere Hotel, Lulu'a Beach and Resort, Ruby Living Courts Hotel Apartments and Ilaf Tours.
Meanwhile, SCTDA also organized workshops that were attended by Saudi media personnel. The road show was a precursor to the Sharjah Summer Promotions 2010, slated to take place from June 16 to July 25.

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