With hopes of a more normal tourism season to come for 2022, Tourism Prince Rupert officials are busy making plans for the year ahead, working on a number of local initiatives to be shared later on in the year, as well as to keep an eye on how the season may play out when the warmer weather arrives.
Among the plans for 2002 is the introduction of a new way finding sign program for the city, something outlined last last year.
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Towards the year ahead, Tourism Prince Rupert is looking to add to their staff, with the organization posting the Position of Marketing Manager this week, a full time, permanent post to help share the word of the wonders of the North Coast Experience.
The position features a range of duties and responsibilities, along with the need for a wide skill set and qualifications towards the post.
A bit of a primer on how they have approached Marketing in the past few years can be found here, with a look back at some of the recent marketing campaigns for Tourism, a few of them put together in some challenging times.
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