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In co-operation with visitors services, new digital message screens were deployed to enhance communication and extend our voice to guests on the ground.
Tourism Calgary attended two travel media marketplaces to engage and pitch story ideas to various travel media journalists, editors and bloggers.
Tourism Calgary and some of our close partners have been selected as finalists for The Canadian Tourism Awards presented by the Tourism Industry Association of Canada (TIAC) as well as the Alberta Tourism Awards (ALTO) presented by Travel Alberta.
Tourism Calgary launched a brand hashtag on social media to show the world all the memorable experiences our city has to offer. Join in on the conversation!
In the five short months since I’ve joined the Tourism Calgary team we’ve been confronted with flooding and funding issues. It has never been more important to be good at what we do.
On July 4, two weeks after the devastating flood in southern Alberta, Tourism Calgary launched a multi-media post-flood campaign featuring Mayor Naheed Nenshi under the banner “Our Doors are Open.”
Don’t miss this great opportunity to capture the attention of thousands of visitors.
You discover the quality of your mettle when it’s put under stress. Here’s what we’ve learned now that the June floods are a few months behind us. Calgary’s mettle is made of strong stuff.
Sport Calgary’s annual celebration of sport, The Mayor’s Sport Breakfast, took place on Wednesday morning at the Calgary TELUS Convention Centre.
On Thursday, August 15, 2013 YouTube and MarketingMag.ca announced that flood-related videos by the Calgary Stampede and Tourism Calgary top the list of most popular videos in Canada for the month July.