The Annual Harris Day in 2012 was in conjunction with the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Harris Hotels and annual Fun Bike event on December 9, 2012. They were carried out simultaneously in four cities namely Jakarta, Bandung, Bali and Batam.
A series of events were held to mark the 10-year presence of Harris Hotels in Indonesia, including the launch of a book on photography—10 Tahun Fotografi Bersama Harris and Harris Carnival filled with a variety of fun and festive events in the four cities becoming the venue of Harris Day.
“When we created the concept of Harris 10 years ago, we have already established that Harris was not a hotel brand in general. Harris is a lifestyle with a mission to promote a healthy lifestyle and the art of photography,” said Marc Steinmeyer, President Director of Tauzia Hotel Management that managed the Harris Hotel and Pop Hotel. His party was very proud where the management company currently managed 11 properties of Harris Hotel with 30 hotel projects under construction up to 2015.
Celebration of the Harris Day in Bali was graced with several activities such blood donation, fun bike and Harris Carnival. The blood donation was held at Harris Hotel Kuta Beach by involving employees in the four Harris Hotel in Bali and the general public. Meanwhile, the fun bike activity was followed by hundreds of employees and general public taking the start at Harris Hotel Kuta Beach exploring the route to Harris Tuban, Harris Riverview on Jalan Raya Kuta and then finished at Harris Hotel Kuta Sunset Road.
“Along the route of fun bike was also held a photo hunting activity by involving both professional and amateur photographers,” said Cristophe Glass from Tauzia management. All series of the celebration on the Harris Day 2012 event were held at Harris Sunset Road and jazzed up with the performance of Harris Carnival presenting a phenomenal artist Hudson. Besides, it was also graced with the drawing of lucky draw prizes throughout Harris Hotels with a grand prize in the form of ticket and accommodation to Paris as well as other attractive prizes. (BTN/014)
Two figures of Ubud Palace, namely (late) Tjokorda Gde Sukawati and (late) Tjokorda Gde Agung…