Sri Lanka Tourism Alliance launches #LoveSriLanka

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Sales and PR team of the Sri Lanka Tourism Alliance

 

In the wake of the Easter Sunday outrage, several hoteliers came together to form the Sri Lanka Tourism Alliance, launching its #LoveSriLanka initiative.
The alliance’s main focus is the creation of an enabling online platform and community to promote and support Sri Lanka’s return to the norms of island life, specifically with regard to tourism.
The initiative was launched as a response to a pressing need for the tourism and travel sector here and abroad for a single point of information that would assist the sector in responding to the current situation in the most effective 
way possible.
The response has been phenomenal.
“Two days before we even launched the web portal, we realised that people, within the sector and the general public, had changed their profile pictures on social media to the Love Sri Lanka Icon. It just goes to show that there are lots of open hearts right now who crave a change to a positive direction,” said Malik J. Fernando of Resplendent Ceylon and Dilmah Tea, one of the founder members of the Alliance.
The portal provides the tourism industry and potential travellers with consolidated information, updates and advice from credible sources on the ground in Sri Lanka.
In addition, the portal provides updates from tourists currently in Sri Lanka, agglomerating their posts so that anyone planning a trip can see the ground realities of travel in 
Sri Lanka right now.
Roughly one in ten families rely on the tourism sector in Sri Lanka with a pressing need for greater collaboration and solidarity within the sector. Many overseas tour operators, agents and local hotels have signed on as members and to receive regular updates. Signing on is a simple process done through 
the web portal.
“The industry, the public and both present and past tourists have made it clear they’ll support, tag, share - and do what it takes to stand with Sri Lanka right now, and we in the industry are very hopeful,” 
Fernando added.

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