Guam Visitors Bureau accepting proposals for tourism destination marketing rep services in China

June 14, 2017 | By forimmediaterele | Filed in: Feature Releases.

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The Guam Visitors Bureau (GVB), a public non-stock, non-profit, Membership Corporation, has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for tourism destination marketing representation services in China.

Guam, an island territory of the United States, is located in close proximity to many Asian countries including Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan. Rich with cultural heritage and pride, Guam is a first-class resort destination with a tourism-based economy featuring diverse outdoor adventures from various water sports and golfing to skydiving and hiking. Guam also features wondrous luxury activities such as spas, high-end boutiques, or simply basking in the warm tropical sun while lounging on a white sand beach.

Those interested in submitting a proposal, please visit to download the RFP.

Proposals shall be submitted to the attention of the President and CEO.

Questions, if any, should be made in writing to the President and CEO, which can be dropped off at the GVB office; emailed to; or sent by fax to 646-8861 according to the timeline provided in the RFP.

GVB reserves the right to reject any or all bids, solicit new bids, waive minor informalities or irregularities, or award each RFP in whole or in part. Except to the above person named, direct or indirect contact with the GVB management or staff, board member, or any person participating in the selection process is prohibited.

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