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It’s more fun in the Philippines Gallery

Philippine Tourism released a new slogan, to replace Wow! Philippines, called It’s more fun in the Philippines.

Most netizens say it was a copycat of It’s more fun in Switzerland tourism campaign. Others say that the previous slogan was better.

Whether you are a Filipino or not, what do you think about the new Philippines tourism slogan? Kindly share your thoughts at the comments section.

11 thoughts on “It’s more fun in the Philippines Gallery

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  4. Halu-halo ang photo collection na ito ah? Yung iba official photos ng bagong slogan samantalang yung iba, pa-kwela lang na mukhang gawa sa Photoshop.

    Pero magaling ang pagkaka-kolekta mo ng mga larawan. Talagang pinag-isipan at pinaghirapan. Good job!

    Sa ganang akin, mas iigi pa sana ang slogan kung hindi ginaya sa slogan ng Switzerland pero andyan na yan kaya sana suportahan natin ang gobyerno natin gaya ng pag-suporta natin sa mga sarili nating ka-pamilya na nagkamali rin.

    Nag-send ako ng suggestions sa website ng slogan ng Department of Tourism and I blogged about it here >> http://seekersportal.wordpress.com/2012/01/08/7-suggestions-for-philippine-tourism-campaign/

  5. i think we should take this campaign as a positive one. yes, we may share our own honest opinion about what’s really happening in our country but in the end, we must uplift our own nation since we are living here.

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