Whoever runs Ohio State’s Twitter account made a pretty embarrassing mistake on Monday morning, and Michigan fans are having a field day with it.Every year, Ohio State and its fans do their best to block out any “Ms” on campus (and on social media) during the week leading up to their big rivalry game against Michigan. But Monday morning, whoever runs Ohio State’s Twitter account made a pretty big error.While X-ing out the “M” in “Monday”, “Morning” and “campus”, the Buckeyes forgot to take the “M” out of “from.” Michigan fans (and everyone else) are loving the mistake:Happy ❌onday ❌orning from The Ohio State University ca❌pus. pic.twitter.com/zSpfDakfzg— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) November 21, 2016Xissed one. https://t.co/lG6Ce1xoyW— Dan Murphy (@DanMurphyESPN) November 21, 2016You tried. @OhioStateFB pic.twitter.com/55qUUjHbbx— LG (@LGhail) November 21, 2016@OhioStateFB When you cross out all the m’s but forget the ‘m’ in from pic.twitter.com/44iueSqDRB— Ben Lewandowski (@AwkwardBenny) November 21, 2016@OhioStateFB stick to flipping burgers, you obviously can’t social media very well in addition to playing school.— † Wolverine Devotee (@UMichWD) November 21, 2016@OhioStateFB FYI FROM has an M. #Fail #GoBlue— Kelly E (@AngelMom037) November 21, 2016Ohio State poked fun at itself on Twitter later on.Scout tea❌ hel❌ets are ready.(Did we get all the ❌’s this ti❌e? ¯_(ツ)_/¯)#BeatTTUN pic.twitter.com/67OIlcRqKc— Ohio State Football (@OhioStateFB) November 21, 2016The Game hasn’t mean this much in years. Saturday should be fun.
The Expo has around 300,000 visitor participation and is one of the leading travel events in the country. Incidentally this was the first time that a tourism delegation from Sri Lanka visited the Expo in a province that generates over 60,000 arrivals to Sri Lanka each year. Tourist arrivals from China are likely to see significant growth following an assurance from provincial tourism authorities in China, Sri Lanka’s Tourism Ministry said today.The tourism administration of Zhejiang Province in China has given an assurance that every effort will be made to increase visitor arrivals to Sri Lanka by at least 25%. This assurance was given by the Chairman of the Ningbo Municipal Tourism Administration, Li Zhemin to the Minister of Tourism Development, John Amaratunga during a meeting at the Ningbo International Tourism Expo. Minister Amaratunga and delegation visited Ningbo International Tourism Expo this week and met a cross section of the travel and tourism industry in Ningbo Province.The delegation also met important officials from the China International Travel Service (CITS) including its General Manager, Ke Hai Shui where matters relating to tourism development were discussed. It was noted that the excellent air connectivity between the province and Colombo was an added boon in promoting tourism in the region. Minister Amaratunga who spoke at length on Sri Lanka’s authenticity, diversity and compactness as a destination took the opportunity to invite all leading travel companies in Ningbo to visit Sri Lanka on a familiarization tour and experience what Sri Lanka has to offer.Meanwhile, the Sri Lanka Tourism Promotion Bureau in association with China International Travel Service (CITS) conducted a very successful Road Show at the Marriot in Ningbo yesterday. Over 300 tourism stake holders participated at the event including leading travel agents in the region. (Colombo Gazette)