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Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

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  • Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

    These commercials have been playing on CNN international for a while...I just found them on the web and thought I would share...enjoy:
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    Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

    Awesome, thanks for the heads up!

    Since the format that ArmeniaDiaspora used doesn't work for everyone, it is available in the easily-compatibe YouTube format on the blog:



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      Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

      thanks this is great


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        Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN


        and thanks for the blog cos the other didnt work


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          Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

          WOW! thanks for posting it thats awesoe how CNN is representing Armenia.
          If your a Left Handed person like me, you are truly unique.


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            Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

            Originally posted by MrLeftyHye
            WOW! thanks for posting it thats awesoe how CNN is representing Armenia.
            They're not representing Armenia: they're paid to show it. CNN couldn't care less, as long as they're paid.

            Ari: you're welcome. The original didn't work for me, either.


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              Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

              Both commercials are available on YouTube...




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                Re: Armenian Tourism Commersials on CNN

                Hello. these are very cool commercials. But they got me thinking a lot. On the american channels in the US they have been showing a lot of Turkish tourism commercials and i find it dissappointing that they do not show any armenian commercials unless it is on an armenian channel. do you think that this is done to supress public awarness of armenia? Most americans that i talk to generally do not know very much about armenians and many americans that do not live in LA or Fresno do not even know that armenia exists.
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