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Brochure Distribution Service at Travel Shows


Canada & USA 2017


New England Tourism Center recognized as the pioneers in the distribution of travel information at travel trade shows. Along with our proven track record of more than 24 years of experience with target marketing initiatives that have been designed to increase awareness of Canadian based travel enterprises. With this experience in hand we can contribute to increasing your enterprise’s exposure among the trade and consumer sectors of the northeastern USA and eastern Canada.

Our distribution service is a cost shared marketing program that employs a win-win partnership with other related travel enterprises. This strategy revolves around the single minded goal of amortizing your investment while maximizing your exposure in the key near border and domestic travel sectors.

We attend various travel shows per year under the New England Tourism Center banner and we are recognized by travel trade professionals and consumers throughout the northeastern USA and eastern Canada as an important source for travel information.

We employ a 4 pronged strategy in order to maximize the distribution of your travel information:

  1. Target the general public through coordination of consumer kiosks, which is set up in major shopping malls, inside large companies and in general traffic areas for a one to three day period and various consumer shows in Canada.
  2. Target the travel trade professional through attendance at the key trade shows & training seminars throughout the northeastern USA and eastern Canada.
  3. Target event planners through our event planner marketplace to reach out to hundreds of Canadian event planners who plan thousands of meetings, conferences and events annually.
  4. Target media through various media events like Discover America Day, Media Blitz,

Targeted marketing efforts such as brochure distribution are constantly growing as a key factor in increasing any travel enterprises exposure and our extensive experience lends to understanding the intricacies involved in information fulfillment. Every travel enterprise’s marketing budget has come under recent constraints and because of this new reality our cost sharing opportunities have become more predominant among our business partners and have turn out to be a key part of their marketing initiatives.

 

2017 Show Schedule for Canada & USA

Brochure distribution Service

Show – SPRING

Show Type

Location

Date

Selection


1. Montreal Adventure Show *

Public

Montreal, Quebec CDN

April 1 ,2

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2. Ottawa Travel Show *

Public

Ottawa, Ontario CDN

March 25-26

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3. CAA Seminars Quebec

Trade

Locations in Quebec CDN

March– June

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4. CAA Seminars Ontario

Trade

Locations in Ontario CDN

March- June

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5. USA Information Kiosk

Public

Montreal, Quebec CDN

June 13-14

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SHOW – FALL

SHOW TYPE

LOCATION

DATE

SELECTION


6. Progress Travel Plus Show *

Public

Ajax, Ontario CDN Oct

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7. Discover America Day *

Trade/Media

Toronto, Ontario CDN

Sept

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8.. CT TravXchange *

Trade

Toronto, Ontario CDN

Sept

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9.. Travel Show Quebec *

Public/Trade

Quebec CDN   

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10. CT TravXchange

Trade

Montreal, Quebec CDN  

Sept

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11. Vermont Travel show

Public

Burlington, VT USA

November

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12. Working In Travel

Trade/Public

Albany, NY USA

November

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¨ In the event of a show change or cancellation NETC will make a most reasonable effort to replace the show with a similar market show or we will notify all confirmed participants of their option to have their brochures distributed at a replacement show or have a credit issued towards any future services.

Brochures: Average Required 100 to 200 per Travel Show

Please contact us PRIOR to shipping, brochures must be received at least 1 month prior to the show dates

*CDN Tax applicable on events as indicated (15%)

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