6 Reasons to register for next week’s BC Tourism & Hospitality Summit

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The Tourism Industry Association of BC is getting ready to welcome delegates for the BC Tourism & Hospitality Summit in Vancouver on November 3 – 4. There are many good reasons to attend the Summit. Here are 6 of them along with information on the Program of the Summit and how to register. Continue reading

Media Coverage of Kelowna Exciting this Fall

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Theressa Ross of East Kelowna Cider Co. explains the apple harvest to media guests from San Francisco in October 2014 on a press trip hosted by Tourism Kelowna.

Kelowna has seen some exciting media coverage this season, much of which was initiated this spring and summer by media visits we hosted. Read on for a quick round up of some recent highlights; and for more on what the media are saying about Kelowna, check out our Articles page. Continue reading

Book Your Ad in the 2015 Visitors’ Guide by October 31

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GET NOTICED by advertising in the Tourism Kelowna Official 2015 Visitors’ Guide — the most comprehensive source for information on Kelowna, West Kelowna and Lake Country.
Your advertisement will be seen by visitors online, and in print via an extensive distribution program:

DISTRIBUTION:
– 56%
local distribution through hotels, attractions, restaurants, retail outlets and resident homes.
– 23% fulfillment to direct inquiries through websites, phone, email and Kelowna Visitor Centre, and Kelowna International Airport Info Kiosk.
– 14% BC Visitor Centres and BC Ferries.
– 4% Alberta Visitor Centres and Alberta Motor Association.
– 3% trade shows, direct sales, local conferences and event delegates

EVEN MORE VALUE – The complete Visitors’ 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

Book Your Space Today! Contact Laura Gibbs 250-469-3029 or email: lgibbs@tourismkelowna.com

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Connecting Meetings in Kelowna to San Francisco

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Robin Thompson from Business Events Canada visits Mission Hill Winery and enjoys playing with the sculpture exhibit.

Tourism Kelowna hosted Business Events Canada representative Robin Thompson for a FAM to Kelowna in late September.  Robin works for the Canadian Tourism Commission and is based out of San Francisco.  Her role is to sell meetings and conferences in Canada and with the new non-stop flight between San Francisco and Kelowna it was time to invite Robin back to Kelowna and show her what we have to offer.  Robin spent three days in our beautiful city and visited hotels as well as many of the great off-site venues and attractions that make Kelowna so unique as a meetings destination.  We look forward to continuing to build our connections in San Francisco and working with Robin again in the future.  For more information on these and other M&IT activities please contact me at jennifer@tourismkelowna.com.