Visitors vow to return to Expo 2020 Dubai

The initiative introduced Expo 2020 to people across the emirates

3000-plus visitors vow to return for Expo 2020 Dubai
3000-plus visitors vow to return for Expo 2020 Dubai

 A survey conducted by  Expo 2020 Dubai has revealed that the majority of the 3000-plus visitors, who participated in the sneak preview bus tours would like to return to the site.  

'The World's Greatest Show in the Making' tours began on 20 July 2019 and concluded 31 August 2019. The initiative introduced Expo 2020 to people across the emirates.

Expo 2020 Dubai’s chief community engagement officer, Manal Al Bayat said: “We were delighted with the success of the sneak preview bus tours, which have highlighted just how excited the nation is to say ‘hayyakum’ to the world at Expo 2020. Next month (October 2019) will mark the ‘One Year to Go’ countdown to our once-in-a-lifetime celebration, and we’ll have further opportunities for everyone in the UAE to be part of the Expo story as we journey together towards the World’s Greatest Show.”

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A post-tour survey revealed that, on average, visitors rated the likelihood of them coming to Expo 2020 as 9.7 out of 10.

Expo 2020 Dubai is set to welcome 192 participating countries and millions of visitors for the event taking place in Dubai South from 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021.

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