U.K. and U.A.E. tour operators are boosting sales of their services with new advertising campaigns, including one that includes the iconic dog.
“I think the marketing for Touro University in Nova Scotia is fantastic,” said Mark O’Brien, a senior vice president at the company that runs the New York-based company.
“We’re seeing a lot of people coming to see us, and we’re seeing lots of people staying with us.”
The tour operators have been able to capitalize on a downturn in tourism due to the Zika virus outbreak, with a growing number of travelers opting to fly home to avoid the virus.
That is creating demand for hotel rooms in cities like Vancouver and Halifax, where Touro has been the most popular.
O’Brien said Touro’s strategy for attracting more travelers is to expand its reach and use its own brand name, BUNT.
The company says the campaign is meant to draw people to its business in the U.P. and Canada.
O ‘s BUNTS is a fun, fun, playful dog, said the company in a video for the campaign.
The dog is the perfect companion to travel with, as it can keep you entertained and entertained at the same time.
It’s also a great place to relax, to meet new people, and it’s a great pet.
We want to make sure we have that to go home with you.
The company, based in New York City, has been offering the campaign since the summer of 2016.
It began with a limited run of 20,000 dog beds at two locations in Vancouver, then expanded to about 3,000 beds in Halifax, and eventually to 4,000 in Halifax and Nova Scotia.
O’s BUNTs were the first to appear on U.N. travel advertisements, and he said that his company was able to launch a campaign with the word BUNTHOVE on it, a play on the term “bunny hunt.”
O’s company, which has over 1,200 employees, has a long history in the tourism industry.
In 2006, it started a tour of Britain that has taken in more than 5 million people.
In 2016, it expanded into New York and the U, where it offers dog tours of U.W.A., the British equivalent of the U U.U.I.B.B., the U-turn and the BUNSTORE.
A tour of the French Riviera is another of its attractions.
The campaign was produced by the company’s advertising agency, Weta Digital, which also produced the advertising campaign for the UMBRAK tour of South Africa.
O’Brien said he was inspired to do the campaign after he saw the UABKA dogs on TV, a company he knew well from his days as an ad executive.
“The dogs have a great story to tell and that’s what I wanted to bring to the tour,” he said.