#PortadaLat: Here are the Top Travel Marketing Campaign Awards Finalists

More than 650 readers cast their votes to choose this year's Top Travel Marketing Campaign finalists. Find out who they are, and discover who the winner is, determined by award jury of brand marketers of the the Hospitality Sales and Marketing Association International (HSMAI) on June 7, during the Award Ceremony at PortadaLat. Join us as we announce the winners, register now!

Top Travel Marketing Campaign

Nominees are brands and their agencies (Brand/Agency) who have done campaigns promoting travel and hospitality related services. The campaign should have targeted audiences in the U.S. and/or audiences in Latin America over the last 12 months.

Total votes cast: 659

  •         Mastercard Priceless Cities/ Universal Mccann (166 votes)
  •         “discover Your Aloha” Hawaii Tourism / Expedia (129 votes)
  •         Visit Orlando/ Ariadna (109 Votes)

Find out who have been voted finalists for our other award categories HERE!


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