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    December 30, 2019

    The Tunisian National Tourist Office has won £25,000 worth of advertising with Sherbet Media.

    The Tunisian National Tourist Office has won £25,000 worth of advertising with an electric taxi company Sherbet London via a business card prize draw at WTM London 2019.

    “It’s a brilliant opportunity to advertise the destination of Tunisia across London and a great way to make a positive impact in reducing London’s toxic pollution,” said Moncef Battikh, head of promotions at the tourist board.

    Asher Moses, chief executive of Sherbet London, added: “We look forward to working with the Tunisian National Tourist Office on our upcoming campaign.

    “We are proud to say Sherbet London is not only known for having the first all-electric taxi fleet in London, but we have also made a name for ourselves as a successful taxi media specialist.”

    Sherbet London was the official taxi company for WTM (World Travel Market) London, a globally recognised travel industry event that took place on 4- 6 November 2019 at Excel London. 40 WTM London and London Travel Week branded electric cabs were made available for airport transfers and journeys around London in honour of the 40th anniversary of WTM London, TaxiPoint said.

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