Weekend Guelph green tour may draw advertisers
June 1, 2012 by Chloe
The city of Guelph may begin a local advertising campaign to help promote a free, local bus tour, which should draw both local nature lovers and tourists alike. The free bus tour will take place this Sunday June 3rd and will help highlight the city of Guelph’s urban flora and fauna.
The Guelph Tree Tour will be led by Sean Fox, assistant manager of the Guelph Arboretum and will be filled with useful local facts about the flora and fauna of the city of Guelph and about interesting stories of the trees that grow in resident backyards. The afternoon tour will depart from the Arboretum parking lot at 1pm sharp and last approximately two hours. Space is limited to one bus early so registrants are urged to sign up early. The Tree Tour was a sold-out success in 2011.
The city of Guelph has already released a news release to help promote the event. Printers in the area can also offer unique printing services like banner postings or flyer printing to help support events like the Guelph Tree Tour, and help make free community events a resounding success.
The city of Guelph also has a variety of other agritourism events approaching in the summer that may need exposure. The Minto and Guelph Farmer’s Market, the Holstein Rodeo, Rural Romp and the Rowe Farm Anniversary are all approaching in June. Print companies interested in advertising opportunities for any of the upcoming events should contact the city of Guelph directly.