Tourism Prince Rupert is seemingly feeling optimistic about a return to more normal times for 2022, with the local organization having put forward a few new initiatives in recent days to get everyone on the North Coast thinking of themes of tourism.
The first was an opportunity for advertisers to get word of their products or services out, taking advantage of some advertising opportunities for the Visitor guide for next season.
In their notes on the project Tourism Prince Rupert notes the following elements towards the advertising program:
Tourism Prince Rupert's 2022/23 ad insertion forms are now available! Please note that the ad placement purchased will be valid for two years in the online copy, and will also include complimentary placement in the printed guide, which is run on demand based on need and availability in the Prince Rupert Visitor Information Centre.
Learn more about the Visitor Guide advertising opportunities here.
First Deadline to place your advertisement is November 12th with ad copy in digital format to be received by November 26.
Today, Tourism Prince Rupert issued a Call For Artists, announcing the opening of applications towards the development of new wayfinding signage to be placed throughout Prince Rupert.
The scope of the project is described as follows:This destination development project aims to help both locals and visitors more easily locate key retail, dining, hospitality, and outdoor adventure business and attractions in the downtown core, an issue long identified by key tourism stakeholders and visitors alike, by installing colourful new wayfinding signage featuring designs from local artists in key downtown districts and along the Cow Bay waterfront.
The deadline for submissions has been set for November 26th.
To get a sense of their ongoing work on tourism in the region follow the Tourism Prince Rupert Facebook page as well as their work on Twitter and Instagram
They also have a large amount of information available through the Tourism Prince Rupert website
More notes on Tourism in Prince Rupert and the North Coast can be explored here.
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