Reaching almost 40 million people and more than 50 thousand new fans on social networks, is the result of the second part of the promotional campaign “Epic Week in Croatia”, launched by the Croatian National Tourist Board on social networks Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.This is a campaign launched with the aim of encouraging fans and potential tourists to create their dream vacation, which they can spend in Croatia. As part of the campaign, a prize game was created through which Croatia was additionally positioned as a destination with a rich and wide offer in which everyone can find something for themselves.In addition to the announcements of the Croatian National Tourist Board on social networks, the visibility of the campaign was also contributed by the posts of Croatian Olympians and foreign bloggers, who also supported this creative campaign. “This is a very successful continuation of the promotional campaign, which in its first version reached almost 13 million people and thus attracted more than 10 thousand new fans on the social networks of the Croatian National Tourist Board. The second sequel yielded even better results and we are especially pleased about that. Social networks and new media today represent one of the most important channels of all forms of communication, and in accordance with this fact we will design, create and implement a significant part of our future promotional activities.. “Pointed out the director of the CNTB Main Office Kristjan Staničić.Thus, as part of the second part of the “Epic Week” campaign, all participants were able to create their ideal vacation through a specially designed website of the campaign, which offered 200 activities in Croatia. The concept of the campaign and the prize game included choosing the top seven activities that make up a dream vacation, and participants could also choose locations, sights, cities, but also the flavors they want to experience and taste during their visit to Croatia. The prize game was attended by all those who shared the selected top seven activities on their profiles on social networks, and the grand final was entered by those participants whose posts collected the largest number of likes.The main prize was won by the person who had the best reasoned description of why she deserves the prize, and this time it was a contestant from Italy, who made a creative and original presentation about Croatia as a tourist destination and the reasons why she deserves a trip for two. , in which she will experience exactly those seven activities that she chose for her dream vacation.See more about the Epic Week campaign here
Published on May 6, 2014 at 1:07 pm Contact Matt: firstname.lastname@example.org | @matt_schneidman Cornerback Davante Davis verbally committed to Syracuse on Tuesday afternoon, becoming the fourth player to join the Orange’s Class of 2015.Davis is finishing his junior year at Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, Fla., and is listed at 6 feet, 2 inches and 180 pounds by Scout.com.Davis is the second defensive back from Florida that Syracuse has picked up in this class. He joins Champagnat Catholic of Hialeah High School cornerback Gerald Robinson (three stars), who committed on April 25.Davis and Robinson are continuing a reliable pipeline to the Sunshine State that SU offensive coordinator George McDonald is fostering. Six members of the Orange’s Class of 2014 hail from Florida.Along with Robinson, Davis also joins running backs Tyrone Perkins and Jordan Fredericks in the Class of 2015.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Divisions mark the 4,752 square miles that comprise what we consider to be “Los Angeles.” After all, the county includes 158 cities. And the city itself is composed of 87 neighborhoods. What’s more, most neighborhoods have a definite character that carries with it various perceptions and stereotypes.The University Park Campus, in many ways, is no different. The campus, which spans 226 acres, is a neighborhood in its own right, with its own character and demographic makeup. Nearly 40,000 students call this university home, a significant number of whom come from other cities, states and countries. USC enrolls more international students than any other university in the United States.And within the neighborhood of USC, with more than 850 student organizations, students associate and identify with many different communities.We’re often used to thinking of demographics on the basis of race and ethnicity. And, over the past few weeks, the Daily Trojan has scratched the surface of what it means to belong to USC’s three highest-represented groups categorized by race and/or ethnicity. Our long-form series has explored the university experience for students who identify as black, Asian and Latino or Hispanic.In this special edition of the Daily Trojan, we intend to not simply build off the series but to widen its scope. In these pages, you might read about the demographics of student government or about what it means to be an athlete who was recruited from a foreign country.Admittedly, this is not an exhaustive exploration of every group on campus, but we feel that it’s a good starting point to begin a dialogue about how different groups manifest themselves at USC and within Los Angeles, a city known for its vibrant diversity. We also hope to use this opportunity to highlight aspects of groups and organizations that get lost in our daily coverage.For us, covering the issues underlying larger organizations and populations is an ongoing project. We plan to continue building off this supplement with more content on our website and in our pages.Though the following stories are the product of pitches from Daily Trojan editors, we encourage you, as always, to send us your letters or comment on our website to let us know what you think. Tell us about your experience at USC, and help us track the demographics of this university.The Daily Trojan Staff
The Thurles Sarsfields player takes over the role from Brendan Maher.Seamus Callanan will be the side’s vice-captain next year.