Business | September 9, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

`We rely very much on our Las Vegas experience and we do believe the tourism in this beautiful country Bulgaria will grow up very soon and it will become a magnet for million of European and US citizens `, former Nevada governor (1989-1999) Bob Miller said at the end of his week-long visit. Miler, former Nevada minister of tourism Thomas Tait and their partner Maxim Behar, CEO of the largest PR company in Bulgaria M3 Communications Group, Inc. ( are going to organize an International conference on tourism January 10-12, 2002. Former US president Bill Clinton promised also governor Miller that if his scheduled allows he will be happy to have a `remake` of his visit to Bulgaria in 1999. `President Clinton has excellent memories of his only visit recently to Sofia and he will come to open the business conference with great pleasure if it will be possible. Nevertheless we already started preparations for the conference and I do hope mid-December we will have detailed information about president’s schedule`, Miller added. The Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg received the group last Friday for an hour-long meeting, earlier Tait and Behar met Deputy Economy minister Lyubka Kachakova. The conference is expected to be the largest tourism event in Bulgaria ever, it`s preparation took more than two years. For information about the event, please send a mail to:

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