A variety of advertising packages have been developed to meet the needs of all sizes of businesses. These packages are listed below with descriptions and costs.
Download the complete 2017 Programs & Services Brochure. (2018 coming soon)
This entry level advertising package links your business to travellers researching their trip to Kelowna and exploring while they are here.
One of the best ways to enhance your visibility is through the easy-to-use and comprehensive Official Visitors’ Guide. Over 150,000 copies are distributed at Visitor Centres and hundreds of points throughout the Central Okanagan, British Columbia, and Alberta. They are also mailed to those with pre-trip travel inquiries and downloaded from our website.
This is the perfect vehicle to promote your agri-tourism business or farm to table restaurant. This proven, self-guided tour generates visitor traffic for participating businesses through expanded exposure and cross promotion. The farm to table experience comes alive for visitors and celebrates the connection between local farmers, artisan producers, and local chefs.
The Kelowna Wine Trails program promotes the Central Okanagan as a highly desirable Canadian wine region. Kelowna Wine Trails touring guides are a visitor must-have for wine tasting in the Central Okanagan. A network of five different wine trails cross-promote each other, resulting in increased business for all.
The goal of this program is to increase non-resident rounds at participating courses by aggressively marketing Kelowna as a premier Canadian golf destination through the demonstration of the quantity, quality and diversity of area golf courses.
This program is for those who want to generate meetings and conference business. It provides opportunities to sell their venues and services directly to meeting planners throughout Canada and the Pacific Northwest US. Participants share trade show and event costs making exposure with top meeting planners more affordable. Tourism Kelowna meeting-specific advertising and sales initiatives drive planners to the meeting section on www.tourismkelowna.com.