AMResorts Launches First Bilingual Facebook Campaign

AMResorts, provider of sales, marketing and brand management services for Zoëtry Wellness & Spa Resorts, and Secrets, Dreams, Now and Sunscape Resorts & Spas, has launched a new Spanish social media marketing strategy with its first ever bilingual Facebook campaign, called "Why Huatulco?"

The campaign, which runs until July 31, is featured on the English and Spanish Facebook pages for Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa and Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa.

The Why Huatulco campaign highlights the top five reasons to love Huatulco and then asks participants to submit a photo or video with a comment explaining why they want to visit the destination for their next vacation. The grand prize includes a five-night Unlimited-Luxury stay for two at Secrets Huatulco or Dreams Huatulco, which is awarded based on the entry with the most votes.

The newly launched Spanish social media marketing program includes Spanish Facebook and Twitter pages for each of the AMResorts properties in Mexico, which will be rolled out in phases over the next two months. The strategy is tailored specifically to consumers in Mexico and Latin America, allowing Spanish-speaking fans to engage directly with the resorts through social media for the latest news, pictures, exclusive offers and more.

To access the Facebook pages and enter the Why Huatulco Contest, use the links below:

For Secrets Huatulco Resort & Spa, visit www.facebook.com/SecretsHuatulco for the English page and www.facebook.com/SecretsHuatulcoMX for Spanish. For Dreams Huatulco Resort & Spa, visit www.facebook.com/DreamsHuatulco for the English page and www.facebook.com/DreamsHuatulcoMX for Spanish.

Visit www.amresorts.com.

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