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The Puerto Rico Tourism Company was created during Governor Luis A. Ferré's administration to coordinate the marketing and growth of Puerto Rico's tourism sector. It is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Governor of Puerto Rico with the advice and consent of the Senate of Puerto Rico and an Executive Director appointed by the Governor with the Senate's advice and consent. read more
The Puerto Rico Tourism Company was created during Governor Luis A. Ferré's administration to coordinate the marketing and growth of Puerto Rico's tourism sector. It is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Governor of Puerto Rico with the advice and consent of the Senate of Puerto Rico and an Executive Director appointed by the Governor with the Senate's advice and consent. read more
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09/23/2021
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Puerto Rico Tourism sponsors Luis Fonsi 08/2017 The Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) has announced that Latin Pop-Star, Luis Fonsi, is their new global face of its upcoming international tourism campaign. PRTC’s partnership with Luis Fonsi, who performs in the record-breaking song “Despacito,” will launch the destination’s campaign showcasing that “the longer you stay, the better it gets” by taking things “despacito” (which means slow), as there are many wonders to discover and experience on the Island.

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