90 Children Visit Anıtkabir On The 90th Anniversary Of The Republic14 November 2013
Dedeman Hotels & Resorts International celebrated the 90th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey with the “90 Children for 90 Years” project. Dedeman Hotels & Resorts International currently operates in 11 cities around Turkey with the “Traditional Dedeman Hospitality” philosophy and 90 children from these cities came together in Ankara, the capital of Turkey.
As part of the 90th anniversary celebrations organized by Dedeman Hotels & Resorts International, the children visited Anıtkabir, Atatürk’s mausoleum to pay their respects to the founder and great leader of the Republic of Turkey and then they had the chance to see the building of the First National Assembly where the foundations of the Republic were laid. They also found the opportunity to visit the museum section of Anıtkabir where the history of the founding of the republic is on display, and saw some of Atatürk’s belongings at the Atatürk Museum.
Dedeman Hotels & Resorts International’s “90 Children for 90 Years” project gave 90 elementary school children in the 11 provinces where Dedeman Hotels are located, from Istanbul and Diyarbakır to Rize and Denizli, the opportunity to experience the joy of the 90th anniversary celebrations fully.
Students from Sevil Kaynak Elementary School in Denizli, Hüseyin Uluğ Elementary School in Diyarbakır, Kurtuluş Elementary School in Erzurum, Dr. Mustafa Özyurt and Lions Elementary Schools in Gaziantep, Eşref Bitlis Elementary School in Istanbul, Ayşe Sönmez Elementary School in Konya, Ersular Elementary School in Nevşehir, Merkez Atatürk Elementary School in Rize, Fatih Sultan Mehmet Elementary School in Şanlıurfa, and Misaki Milliye Elementary School in Zonguldak participated in the trip to Ankara. Banu Dedeman, Dedeman Hotels & Resorts International Board Member, and a group of Dedeman Group executives and employees accompanied the children.
The 90 students from various cities around Turkey were accommodated at Dedeman Ankara, the first hotel of the Dedeman Group, where they had as much fun as the cultural excursions.News