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  6/10/2012  Dir. Ronaldo P. Tiotuico, DOT Region 3 
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The fun starts from world-class road infrastructure to endless choices of beautiful destinations to colourful festivals to unique culture and it will never end to keep a traveler from discovering and learning happy life and good experience!

The fun starts in Tara Na Sa Norte Travel fair to be held on July 13-15, 2012 at the Atrium, Robinson’s Place, Ermita, Manila. The travel fair is staged by the Manila North Tollways Corporation, North Luzon Expressway and the North Philippines Visitors Bureau.

In 2009, we introduced the first travel fair along an expressway located in a gasoline station and it generated an increase of 20% in arrivals to the North Philippines. In 2010, the travel fair brought in double-digit earnings. In 2011, we decided to make it happen in Manila and it produced massive awareness and an increase of 33% of visitor movement in this emerging destination.

This year, all roads lead to North Philippines, primarily in Clark, as we look forward and beyond to be the next and the major gateway of the Philippines! The Clark International Airport will be the center of business attention and expected to compete with Changi Airport to be the next important hub in Southeast Asia. The volume of business from tourist arrivals, cargo, tours, land transportation, food, accommodation, and shopping will shoot up to millions of US dollars in a period of 5 years.

We encourage you to position your company and to be the first to benefit and capture all these business opportunities as early as now.

Tara Na Sa Norte 2012 is the best vehicle to realize your business and marketing plans alongside with the immeasurable business development in North Philippines.

We are here to support you and all the regions to produce more tourist arrivals not only this year but in the many years to come.

For your participation as exhibitor, please get in touch with Angel Ramos Bognot, Project Director, Tel. No. (63 2) 523-7504 / 7501 or email at


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