Regional Ambassador Program

Interested in becoming a Kawarthas Northumberland Regional Ambassador? Sign up for one of our cross-regional sessions on May 9th, 10th or 11th, 2017.


We’re always on the lookout for business who would like to host the Regional Ambassadors – or offer an experience for them to tell visitors about. Let us know if you would like our help to educate ambassadors about your experience!

 

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BECOME A TOURISM AMBASSADOR

Learn to create experiences for visitors.

We’re looking for front line staff and operators from your business who are passionate about living in Kawarthas Northumberland and want to share that enthusiasm with visitors.

Join us for a half-day of learning about what it takes to be a Regional Ambassador and the tools you can use to stay up to date on what our region has to offer.  Meet other people who share your interest in encouraging visitors to stay longer, explore farther and spend more during their visit.  Help grow tourism by becoming an Ambassador!

INTERESTED IN ATTENDING?

Click on a button below to send an email registration for a session. Businesses are encouraged to send as many staff as needed to gear up for the 2017 summer season.

For any help with registration, contact Sarah Kerr at:

Email: sarahp@rto8.com

Phone: 1.705.874.8505 x.102

SPACE IS LIMITED.


Meet Kawarthas Northumberland’s First Regional Tourism Ambassadors.

Congratulations to all of the graduates of the first Kawarthas Northumberland Regional Tourism Ambassador workshops. Your efforts as Regional Tourism Ambassador will lay the foundation for providing superior service and assisting visitors in the creation of unique experiences that showcase our region and encourage them to stay longer, explore further and spend more.

March 2017

Left to right, front to back: Lise D’Arcy – Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre, Deanna Renouf – Board Director at the Brighton-Cramahe Chamber of Commerce, Amanda Dost – The Waddell, Mandy Hollenga – Happy Days Houseboats, Beverly Williams – Williams Design Studio, Geoff Kirkland – Lantern Restaurant & Firefly Bakery, Patrick Heally – Kinmount House B&B, Janine Embury – Quality Inn Peterborough, Sarah Mackillican – Art Gallery of Peterborough, Laurie Crowe – Motel 6 Peterborough, Jackie Ingleheart – Incredible Edibles Festival, Montana Cleveland – The Farms Market & Smor, Stephanie Howard – Southview Cottages, Sandy Brough – Southview Cottages, Don Jackson – Peterborough Marina, Jill Chapman – Lang Pioneer Village, Derek Robertson – Kawartha Tubing, Lisa Webb, The Best Western Cobourg, Courtney Webster – Super 8 Peterborough, Sandy Chapman – Incredible Edibles Festival, Victoria Behune – OTEC.

 

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Christine Briggs – South Pond Farms, Conrad Gairy – Howard Johnson Lindsay, Leslie Clarkson – Scotsman Point Cottages, Lee Anna Thornbury – City of Kawartha Lakes, Colleen Collins – Lindsay Chamber of Commerce, Victoria Behune – OTEC, James Barrett – Globus Theatre.

 

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Left to right: Stacey Sullivan – Kawartha Chamber of Commerce, Aprile Morwood – Quality Inn Peterborough, Gill Exton – Canoe & Paddle | Stuff’d | Stuff, Melissa Nagy – Canadian Canoe Museum, Kim Cranfield – Publican House Brewery, Jake Walling – Escape Maze, Jake Forbes – Super 8 Peterborough, Jo-anne Snyder – Beachwood Resort, Olivia Kloosterman – Trent University, Reece David – Peterborough & the Kawarthas Tourism, Melanie Camplin – The Whistle Stop Cafe, Kimberly Hulsman – Windswept on the Trent, Caitlin Trew – Trattoria Gusto, Sunny Montgomery – Stillwater on the Lake, Fran Fearnley – Zim Art | Rice Lake Gallery,  Victoria Behune – OTEC, Lance Nachoff – 4th Line Theatre.

 

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Left to right: Donna Bennett – Westben, Fran Neubert – The Mill, Debbie Nightingale – Haute Goat, Brian Cosens – Best Western Cobourg, Skye Morrison – The Doors Guest House, Tim Goodman – Capitol Theatre, Victoria Behune – OTEC, Rachel Leggett – Golden Beach Resort, Valerie Kent – Cavan Art Gallery & Outdoor Painting Festival, Kyle Hylton – Ste. Anne’s Spa.

 

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