GOVERNOR’S WEEKLY REPORT || AUGUST 1-5, 2022
August 5, 2022
A display of locally-made products in Davao de Oro’s provincial capitol lobby brandished various municipalities’ tourism signatures in celebration of Tourism Month 2022.
The Tourism Division, headed by Senior Tourism Officer Christine Dompor and her team, spearheaded the opening celebration of Tourism Month through a showcase of tatak Davao de Oro products and services dubbed “TurisTiange” at the capitol lobby today, September 12, 2022. The TurisTiannge is part of the month-long array of activities, which marks the official kick-off of the celebration.
The municipalities of Compostela, Nabunturan, Maragusan, Mabini, Maco, and Pantukan took part in the event with their corresponding Municipal Tourism Officers.
Governor Dorothy Montejo-Gonzaga, Provincial Administrator Fatima Montejo, Board Member Ruwina Gonzaga, and Board Member Vivencia Secuya graced the cutting of ribbon ceremony and visited the booths offered by the participating municipalities.
Gov Gonzaga, in her message, stated that the government would continue to develop and enhance the tourism industry as an economic driver in the province. “Swerte kaayo ang Davao de Oro kay naa kitay tulo (3) ka tourism circuits nga pwede masuruyan ug ikapang-hambog. Infact, naningkamot gyud ta nga mas mapalambo nato ang turismo sa atong probinsya,” said Gov Gonzaga.
More tourism-related awaits the whole month of September. In the coming weeks, the tourism division will spearhead a series of Tourism training, the opening of the ice cream festival, Turismo awards, and the launching of DdO Circuits.
The division will also offer the “CapiTours Laag Treats” for government employees and will participate in the 9th Nabunturan Independent Film Exhibition in collaboration with LGU Nabunturan. (JA, PAO-IPRD DdO, photos by J. Cadiz)
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Provincial Government of Davao de Oro Provincial Capitol Compound, Brgy. Cabidianan, Nabunturan, Davao de Oro Province, Philippines 8800