You remember the ingenious Mobile Visitor Center – a tourist office on wheels, that is. blue cows of our tourism from Rogoznica? RELATED NEWS: The Mobile Visitor Center operates on the principle of an Info Office where tourists can find out all the useful information about the contents of the destination, where they are most often moving at that moment. With its adaptability and accessibility, the van provides an opportunity for quality questioning of guests about their satisfaction with their stay in the destination and advising local actors in tourism about the values of the destination and its identity. The promotional designed cult VW van is a mobile office of the Rogoznica tourist board that has been delighting guests and locals for the fourth year in a row. This year’s old timer has undergone a thorough restoration and improvement of functions, so now by opening the roof, it is transformed into a real Info office on wheels, and with its informality and attractive appearance, it wins the attention of passers-by. INGENIOUS, PHENOMENAL, THIS IS A STORY – ROGOZNICA GOT A TOURIST OFFICE ON WHEELS Synergy of the Tourist Board of Rogoznica and Šibenik Marijo Mladinić, director of the Rogoznica Tourist Board, also recognized that every successful promotion means harmonizing communication messages and telling an authentic story about the place and people in order for guests to gain a clear picture of the destination: “We see a great advantage of associating with the city of Šibenik, which as the umbrella brand of our region adds value to our small town. The guest does not know the spatial division and from his perspective Rogoznica and Šibenik are part of one destination. Through this cooperation we want to show that there are no territorial borders in terms of tourism, and that synergies create better visibility for the whole community.. ” “We are happy to support this innovative project and in the long run we would like the entire Šibenik-Knin County to act as one entity that can offer the guest so many different values in a small space. The essence of this project is innovation, mobility of information and accessibility to the guest. This is exactly how we want to act as a destination on the market”, Added Dino Karađole, director of the Šibenik Tourist Board. TZ ROGOZNICA – BLUE COW OF OUR TOURISM Photo: Šibenik Tourist Board Well done for the synergy and view of tourism beyond its imaginary boundaries, which tourists neither see nor are interested in. They are interested in quality, authentic and diverse content. As the promotion in this way proved to be more than successful, from this year the Mobile Visitor Center near Rogoznica will promote and cover the area of Šibenik and its surroundings. Rogoznica and Šibenik have chosen to associate in communication with guests and invest in quality destination promotion.
Former Stoke manager Tony Pulis is disappointed by his exit but accepts chairman Peter Coates’ decision to want to take the club in a different direction. The 55-year-old parted company with the Potters by mutual consent on Tuesday after seven successive years in charge. Pulis had come in for increasing criticism from supporters for his ‘long-ball’, physical style and Coates decided after five years in the Premier League it was time for a change. “I have enjoyed some wonderful times at Stoke City and nobody was prouder than me when, after 23 years of exile from top-flight football we gained Barclays Premier League status,” said the Welshman in a statement. Press Association “Over the past five years we have created history by being the only team in this club’s 150 years existence to remain out of the bottom six in top-flight football for five consecutive seasons. “Within our five-year period in the Barclays Premier League we have featured in four major cup quarter-finals, an FA Cup semi-final and final. Further, we have encountered, progressed and reached the later stages of a major European cup competition, only to lose out to Spanish giants Valencia. “Peter, his family and I have enjoyed every inch of the journey; he has been truly a fantastic man to work with. Although I am disappointed I do understand what he means when he says the board feels a need to take the club in a different direction.” Pulis believes he leaves the club in a much healthier position than when he rejoined in 2006, mainly as a result of the progress made once they were promoted. “During this great run of success on the pitch the club has also been involved in the building and development of a training ground that now compares to any in the Barclays Premier League,” he added in a statement released by the League Managers’ Association. “Also, the Britannia Stadium has been revamped and now hosts and looks after virtually full-houses of the club’s great supporters every other week. In leaving I am very proud of what we have all achieved.” Coates expressed his thanks for the work Pulis had done. “The last seven years have been some of the best in our long history and I would like to thank Tony for his huge contribution in this,” he said in a statement. “I personally regard him as a great friend and will hugely miss working with him.”