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Leisure, retail and travel offers added to "We Love HK" campaign

29 May 2003

More leisure, retail and travel offers were today added to the stack of "We Love HK" offers already on the table.

Cathay Pacific has offered another 500 tickets to Fukuoka and Nagoya in Japan at $1,980 each. All previous offers for tickets to Tokyo, Denpasar, Osaka, Seoul, Sydney, Melbourne, London, Vancouver, Singapore, Manila, Cebu and Kuala Lumpur have been snapped up.

Nokia is offering a free Nokia Champagne Radio with every purchase of Nokia colour display handset (except model 3530). The offer is good at its four Nokia Professional Centres.

JustGold jeweller will buy back any 999.9 pure gold ornaments at the day’s gold ornament sell price (which is $200 per tael more than general practice) when choosing any Just Diamond item. Daily Jewellery is giving 15 percent off selected diamond pieces.

Sa Sa Cosmetics has a number of weekly promotion items. V-mix Karaoke Box is running a buy-six-beers-get-four-free and buy-two-bottles-of-wine-get-one-free deal.

The America Chamber of Commerce is selling the new edition of its Living in Hong Kong guide at 20 percent off the list price. And Po Leung Kuk Jockey Club Tai Tong Holiday Camp has a range of deals on camping, BBQ and other sports, leisure and outdoor activities.

More than 1,800 Hong Kong companies have given their backing to the "We Love HK" campaign since it was launched on 1 May. Some 1,300 tour companies, 80 hotels, eight entertainment groups, 118 catering companies and 312 retailers have joined the campaign with special offers aimed at getting Hong Kong people spending again. Around 10,000 taxis are also taking part.

The "We Love HK" campaign was created by the Tourism Coalition of Hong Kong, which comprises members of the tourism industry, including the Board of Airline Representatives, Federation of Hong Kong Hotel Owners, Hong Kong Hotels Association and Travel Industry Council. Full details of participating companies can be found at www.welovehongkong.com.