The International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA) took over Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada last night for the IGLTA Annual Global Convention opening ceremony, sponsored by Tourism Toronto and Destination Ontario.
The city of Madrid on Tuesday unveiled close to 300 traffic lights promoting the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people as part of the WorldPride festival that will take place in the Spanish capital later this month.
You can expect to see a lot more of Greater Fort Lauderdale now that the destination has rolled out a new marketing plan that includes a refreshed logo, advertising visuals, a social media program and the debut of a 24/7 digital TV network.
Britain has issued a new warning for LGBT travellers who are considering visiting North Carolina and Mississippi, two states that have seen their fair share of backlash in recent months for passing anti-gay laws.
No doubt about it, the past six months have been unbelievably tough. It’s times like these that trusted brands shine through. “Collette has been in business for 102 years,” says Ron Lonsdale, Collette’s Vice President, Canada. “We have seen so many trying times in our industry. The learnings from the past apply today.”