Monday, June 13, 2011

Agew Na Dagupan: 1st Dagupan Tweetup and Website Launch of Dagupan Tourism

Dagupeno netizens are using the the power of the internet and social media to celebrate Agew na Dagupan (Dagupan Day) through the 1st Dagupan Tweetup and Launching of the Dagupan City Tourism website.

The What’s Up Dagupan blog network and the Dagupan City Tourism Office called on all Filipino bloggers, Facebook, Tumblr and Posterous users, Tweeps, Plurkers and all netizens to join the 64th Agew na Dagupan celebration with the theme Progreso ng Baley, Responsibilidad na Balang Sinansakey (The Progress of the City is Everyone’s Responsibility) on June 20, 2011 to increase awareness, promote and celebrate the Dagupan Day celebration, the City Tourism Office’s tourism campaign: Have Fun in Dagupan and the Dawel River Cruise.

Everyone is urged to participate through the following actions:

  • Tweet, Plurk, or post in Facebook to spread the word about this event: Share or repost this announcement
  • Use the Twitter hashtags #AgewNaDagupan, #DaguFUN and #DawelRiverCruise.
  • Repost and share tweets from @whatsupdagupan and @dagupantourism.
  • Spread the URL which will be launched on the June 20, 2011.
  • Join the Agew na Dagupan celebration from your favorite social media channels (blog, Tumblr, Posterous, Twitter, Plurk, Facebook, etc.) on June 20, 2011.
  • Join the 1st Dagupan Tweetup on June 20, 2011, 4 pm at the Daungan Sa Dawel, Catacdang, Bonuan Gueset, Dagupan City.
  • Use of other creative ways to convey the message to save and clean Dagupan’s rivers is also encouraged. Bloggers can post their answer to “Why do you love Dagupan?”; post photo essays about the Dawel River Cruise, other tourist destinations and everything about Dagupan City; and design and share mini-posters, posters and drawings.

The 1st Dagupan Tweetup and launching of the Dagupan City Tourism website is in cooperation with Pixelhub Creative and Harlijk Productions.

What’s Up Dagupan chronicles what's Hip and Hot in Dagupan City. It is a compendium of the news, events, culture, food, arts, language and music of Region I's "Pandaragupan", Longest Grill World Record Breaker and Bangus Capital of the World!

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