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Sunny beach expects a good season

Submitted on Saturday, 6 June 2009No Comment
Sunny beach expects a good season

The summer season in the resort Sunny beach begins on June 13th. This season also marks the 50th anniversary of the resort.

“The tourist season this year won’t be a bad one, despite the crisis. The current number of tourists in the complex is the usual for the beginning of the summer season,” stated Malina Stratieva – chief executive of “Sunny beach” AD.

According to Stratieva, the expectations are for a good tourism season, which won’t be lacking in any aspect when compared to the last one – and may even turn out better. She also announced the “Green week” in the resort. The English tour operators – mostly those of the TUI group – suggested the planting of flowers and bushes all around the complex. Employees of “Sunny beach” AD also participated in the project. The association has already provided enough flower seeds.

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