MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100

MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100

eTurboNews Syndication:

World Tourism Day in Seychelles  will be the first-day visitors can obtain tickets for Maz Millions at www.mazmillions.com

The Ultimate Seychelles Luxury Experience may be waiting for investing US$100.00  and get a MazMillion ticket online.

A millionaires experience will be waiting for lucky tourists anywhere in the world who participated in the Maz Million  Seychelles Tourism Lottery with just a little luck. The first draw is scheduled for January 2020. The good part is, no one will lose since the $100 will be honored at leading tour operators and hotels throughout Seychelles.

The winners will fly first class from anywhere in the world, continue on a helicopter to their luxury retreat. It includes gourmet food, tours, a day on a private yacht and more.

20 additional prices all include an all-paid holiday in paradise. The cost for all of this is US$100.00

Last night at the Savoy Hotel in Seychelles the official launch for Maz Millions was celebrated. The system was introduced by MazMillions proud CEP Marie-France MacGregor.

Tourism leaders endorsed this important and unique initiative. The idea is to bring Seychelles Tourism to all corners of the world.

Alain St. Ange, the former tourism minister of Tourism for Seychelles, Sherin Francis, CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board, Juergen Steinmetz, CMCO of the African Tourism Board endorsed MazMillion and congratulated for the hard work putting a dreal into reality.

MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100


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MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100

MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100

MazMillion launched: 2 week ultra luxury Seychelles experience for US$100

If successful, Maz Million should be expanded to include all of Africa, said Alan St. Ange, who is also president of the African Tourism Board.

Author: George Taylor

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