Ottawa Tourism hosted association and travel trade clients to a “practically perfect” client event Nov. 5 in London.
A relaxed welcome at Sartori Restaurant was followed by Mary Poppins at The Prince Edward Theatre and after-show drinks at the Compton Street Brasserie for a group of 15 association and travel trade buyers.
“Another great evening of friendship and relationship building,” says Glenn Duncan, Ottawa Tourism’s senior vice president and chief marketing officer. “Last night was a chance to relax with industry friends, catch up and talk about future opportunities. Mary Poppins famous line practically perfect in every way was the perfect theme for the evening as it sums up not just the show but also our feelings of Canada’s capital, Ottawa.”
“Last night built on Ottawa Tourism’s ability to make everyone feel part of the family,” adds Nick Newland, policy and communications manager for Associated Country Women of the World. “Once again it was a really good fun event focused on community and friendship rather than a hard sell. Ottawa really knows how to do this sort of event in a way that can only be described as supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.”
Ottawa Tourism provides destination development and marketing, strategic direction, and leadership in cooperation with its members and partners, welcoming leisure travelers, business travelers, group tours, and conventions to Ottawa and Canada’s Capital Region. Its goal is to support the local tourism economy, fueled by an estimated 11 million visitors per year and with $3 billion in economic output for Ottawa, generating community wealth through tourism. Ottawa Tourism’s vision is to offer the complete capital experience, tell the story of Canada, and get people talking. For more info, visit Ottawa Tourism