“Over the last three years, the increase among African-Americans traveling internationally has been pretty significant, going from an increase of 3% to 19% which suggests that more African-Americans are taking their travels internationally.”
Dubai Blackout is a culmination of savvy urban travelers who converge upon Dubai yearly. This year’s festivities will be held October 25-30th, 2018. Rooted within the epic movement of Urban American, International travel, Dubai Blackout 2018, in its third official year, produces no less than 600 travel elite upon the shores of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
From luxury yacht parties, welcome receptions and experience excursions, the event represents a prime opportunity to expose local and international brands to a group with plans to spend on experiences. Attendees take the experience viral, sharing with more than 50,000+ members of their network and their network’s networks.
The event, which attracts a solid range of travelers, from millennials to middle age and beyond gains countless mainstream and social media exposure from the viral pictures, videos and interviews that this impactful experience presents. Individuals across all professions including educators, engineers, doctors, nurses and various entrepreneurs attend this event annually.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, since at least the 1960s, the annual income of African-American households has been on the rise, which means black Americans have earned more money to spend. (Koroma, 2015)
The increase in income and education, the rise of social media, and a generation of tech-savvy millennials, are all coming together to create what's being called the Black Travel Movement.
The continued success of this segment is contingent upon our outreach to garner financial support of corporations and private sponsors.
We would like to ask that you consider becoming one of our 2018 sponsors. Dubai Blackout 2018, Traveler’s Q, and collaborative networks enjoy an impressive network of members/subscribers.
As a sponsor, you will receive positive media attention from your association with Dubai Blackout 2018.
What follows are sponsorship levels in which your company can engage, taking advantage of visibility in a growth segment of the industry, strong consumer base and corresponding target audience.
Koroma, S. (2015, October 29). How Black Millennials Are Changing the Face of Travel. Retrieved from Time: http://time.com/4071798/black-millennials-travel-industry/