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Monaco’s New York Tourist Office emphasises eco credentials

Monaco’s New York Tourist Office emphasises eco credentials

By Staff Writer - April 30, 2017

DTC New York office team during event. Photo; © DTC
DTC New York office team during event. Photo; © DTC

A team of volunteers from the New York office of Monaco’s Tourist Office celebrated Earth Day and The International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development on April 22 by inviting its partners to take part in a gardening day in the city’s parks.

Travel agents, meeting planners and journalists joined the team for “spring gardening” at Randall’s Island Park. The day was organised by the New York Cares Association and the event testified to the eco-responsible commitment of the Principality. Participants reported that the day was great fun as well as having a serious purpose.

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