In honour of Madiba month, Sunshine Waft Tourism Port Alfred and Sunshine Waft Tourism Kenton invited folk to take part in their 67 Photos of the Sunshine Waft by submitting their popular tourism photos.
The chosen photos had been revealed on the newly launched Instagram web page @portalfredgtourism in addition to on the Kenton Instagram Net page @kentonbushmanstourism.
“We also requested folk to love their popular photo,” Sunshine Waft Tourism manager Sandy Birch acknowledged. “The competitors closed on August 30.
“We are ecstatic to direct that the profitable photo from Port Alfred used to be submitted by Simon Pamphillon, and depicted a truly ultimate, and seldom viewed glance over the dinky boat harbour and Kowie River. The profitable photo from Kenton submitted by Andrew Pearce depicted a sparkling morning time over Kwaaihoek.”
Birch continued: “As the competitors used to be to honour Madaba month, we agreed that Youngster Welfare in Port Alfred, and Youngster Welfare in Kenton respectively, would each and every receive R670 in the name of the photographers who submitted the profitable photos.
“We now grasp notified Youngster Welfare in both areas and grasp donated R670 to each and every. Both Simon and Andrew had been overjoyed to be fragment of this initiative, and as tourism we are so chuffed that Youngster Welfare might perhaps perhaps profit from this marketing and marketing campaign.
“We might perhaps truly buy to thank all americans who submitted photos as we now grasp a colossal collection of new commute arena photos helping to start our Instagram pages” she acknowledged.