Tourism Toronto unveils winter campaign

Travel Daily Media | January 10, 2020

Tourism Toronto launched a new campaign that puts a spotlight on winter and encourages visitors to get out and do more during winter. The new winter campaign positions the city with a bold message – the truly curious-minded explorers are never stopped by the change in season. Starting this January, Toronto’s winter experience takes centre stage with the introduction of Toronto Spotlight, highlighting the city’s celebrated and vibrant arts and culture scene, vast selection of culinary experiences, and top attractions and tours. The campaign includes 2-for-1 admission and special offers over four different ‘Spotlight Weekends’– providing visitors, and locals the opportunity to explore, discover and enjoy the city all winter long.

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Today’s digital business traveler wants one thing above all: self-service. Travelers want the freedom to handle parts of their journey themselves – from downloading digital boarding passes on the go, to amending bookings in the event of disruption or using mobile payment options. They want to receive flight information in real time, relevant communications and personalized offers like upgrades, preferred hotel promotions or other special offers from their preferred travel suppliers.

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Today’s digital business traveler wants one thing above all: self-service. Travelers want the freedom to handle parts of their journey themselves – from downloading digital boarding passes on the go, to amending bookings in the event of disruption or using mobile payment options. They want to receive flight information in real time, relevant communications and personalized offers like upgrades, preferred hotel promotions or other special offers from their preferred travel suppliers.

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