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Win 2 tickets & lunch at the Groninger Museum: contest Honours College Passions of Tourism course

18 September 2015

The Honours College Passions of Tourism course organises a Facebook contest. Students have written 24 amazing ‪blogs‬ and over 240 blog entries about their experiences as tourists and students of ‪‎tourism‬ visiting the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for the Summer School of August 2015. The Groningen Museum & Catering Company Bos & Bos generously sponsor this contest organised by TOREN Tourism Research Network Northern Netherlands, the Honours College Passions of Tourism course and Groningen Congress Bureau.

During 15 - 25 September 2015 you can choose
1) the blog that you like best
2) the blog entry that intrigues you the most.

Staff and students are warmly welcome to join the contest. Please enter in the comments section below the Facebook post the name of your preferred blog & of the most intriguing entry (which can be selected from your preferred blog or a different one)! You can also tell us why you chose them! The wittiest comment receives two tickets to visit the Groninger Museum with lunch included. If the winners cannot redeem their ticket vouchers as they live outside of our region or they travel abroad for an extensive period of time, then we will send by post Groningen souvenirs to your location.

Last modified:23 February 2018 09.59 a.m.

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