Details on an upcoming Occupational Health & Safety training summit for the tourism and hospitality industry and opportunities to provide your feedback on policy items including the date of BC Family Day, short-term rentals, and minimum wage are outlined for your information.
Tourism Kelowna, alongside the City of Kelowna, is proud to have supported the successful bid for 2018 BreakOut West to come to Kelowna October 10-14, 2018.
Tourism Kelowna hosted 10 sport and event planners in Vancouver last week on the annual Tourism Kelowna Food Tour.
Tourism Kelowna’s Harvey Hubball, Julia Garner, and Waterfront Wines’ owner and Executive Chef Mark Filatow accompanied the group as they visited five of Vancouver’s popular restaurants, enjoying Kelowna inspired and sourced, food and drink along the way.
Designed to be a unique experience, Tourism Kelowna was able to connect with key decision makers in the sport and event market. Current and future hosting opportunities were discussed at length, with plenty of possibilities arising for 2018 & 2019.
For more information on Tourism Kelowna’s sales activities in Sport & Event, please contact email@example.com or 250-861-1515 ext. 209.
Voting is underway for the 2017-18 Tourism Kelowna Board of Directors. All voting stakeholders should have received an email with instructions on how to cast their vote electronically. If you did not receive the email notification, or if you have additional questions about the Tourism Kelowna Board of Directors and this election, please contact Cheryl Van Den Bold at firstname.lastname@example.org. The voting deadline is November 8, 2017, at 5:00pm PST.
Book your display advertising in the Official 2018 Visitors’ Guide.
GET NOTICED by advertising in the most comprehensive source for information on Kelowna, West Kelowna, Westbank First Nation, Peachland, and Lake Country. Over 150,000 copies distributed at Visitor Centres and hundreds of traveler points throughout the Central Okanagan, British Columbia, Alberta, and beyond.
* 40% through local hotels, attractions, restaurants, and retail.
* 35% direct inquires online, email, phone, drop-in, and at YLW.
* 14% BC Visitor Centres and BC Ferries.
* 6% trade shows, direct sales, local conferences, and events.
* 5% Alberta Visitor Centres and Alberta Motor Association.
Even More Value – This sought-after guide is also published online where visitors can quickly view, zoom, print individual pages, or download the entire publication.
Visitor Guide Media Kit and Rates
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Questions about this guide and other opportunities to promote your business through Tourism Kelowna programs, contact Shauna Merritt 250-861-1515 ext 206 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
September 27, 2017: Kelowna, BC – Following a comprehensive search that drew in over 90 applications from across Canada, the Board of Directors of Tourism Kelowna is pleased to announce the appointment of Lisanne Ballantyne as its President and CEO. Ballantyne is a seasoned executive with senior leadership experience that spans tourism, economic development, major events, marketing sponsorships, sales, and public assembly facilities management and will join the Tourism Kelowna team October 30, 2017.
Registration is now live for the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) AGM and Summit on November 1 & 2 in Kamloops, BC. The summit will take place at the Hotel 540 and will include discussion on the challenging year and information on how TOTA is aligning forces with partners such as DBC, TIAC, TIABC, Aboriginal Tourism, Destination Canada and other industry stakeholders. The opening reception will be held at the Rocky Mountaineer.