Tourism Kelowna Attends Sport Events Congress

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From April 7-9, Tourism Kelowna attended the 2021 virtual edition of Sport Events Congress (SEC) hosted by Sport Tourism Canada. SEC is a three-day interactive and educational event and the largest annual gathering of professionals connected to Canada's $6.8 billion sport tourism industry…

Helping Local Businesses Survive

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Spring usually brings additional visitors seeking great weather, outdoor trails, golf, and new releases at local wineries. Our marketing, business development, and visitor experience strategies over the last number of years have resulted in strong, sustained growth in occupancy, visitation, and…

Reaching a Local Audience with KelownaNow

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The results are in—our #exploreKelownalocal campaign with KelownaNow has been a great success. Over the course of 10 weeks, we have been targeting a local audience by creating content and contests for Kelowna residents, encouraging them to explore their own backyard and support local businesses as the COVID-19 pandemic continues…

Get Involved With Kelowna's Official Community Plan

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By 2040, it is expected that another 45,000 residents will call Kelowna home. At our first Stakeholder Plug-In Session of 2021, hosted earlier this week, Robert Miles, OCP Project Planner with the City of Kelowna, shared an overview of Kelowna's 2040 Official Community Plan (OCP), which is the document that will guide how the city grows over the next 20 years. …