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“Tourism Day”

CHHS Tourist -Christian Doyen

CHHS Tourist -Christian Doyen

Malik Elali, Co-Editor in Chief

Whenever a big event like Homecoming is coming up there are usually some extra smaller events on the side. The purpose is mostly focused around getting the students and staff more involved. Because the more people who are involved in building excitement for a big dance like Homecoming, the more people are likely to buy tickets and attend. One of these side events was called “Tourism Day” and took place on Tuesday, October 8, the week before Homecoming. Students and staff dressed up to look like tourists. The use of tourism helps to better drive home the theme of Homecoming, which was “Around the World.” Besides trying to convince more students to buy tickets, these pre-Homecoming events serve a purpose, leading up to one of the biggest events of the school year. It’s necessary to build the excitement a little bit and remind everyone that something very important is coming up, and it’s a very effective way of getting the students and staff prepared for the dance.

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