New tourism video showcases benefits Kettle Valley Rail Trail

From Christina Lake to Kelowna tourism services on the Kettle Valley Rail Trail in the Thompson Okanagan are building



Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, in association with Destination BC, is pleased to share with you the Kettle Valley Rail Trail Video highlighting this spectacular tourism product in the region and featuring 10 industry stakeholders participating in the DBC Remarkable Experiences Pilot Program.

These stakeholders are located from Christina Lake to Kelowna to Penticton and are actively providing tourism services on the Kettle Valley Rail Trail in the Thompson Okanagan.

They have been selected to participate in this initial pilot and are featured in this powerful video. They are working with DBC’s Remarkable Experiences Team and TOTA’s Experience Specialist Ellen Walker-Matthews to build a world class tourism product for British Columbia.

The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association  is a non-profit society governed by an elected Board of Directors who represents business and community tourism interests throughout the region.

It is an industry-led organization that represents and supports all business and community tourism interests in the region, while also helping to implement provincial tourism policies.

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