Comox Valley Hospitality Community comes together

The Comox Valley Hospitality Community is coming together Tuesday.

Belle Vue B&B owner Heideh Jordan

The Comox Valley Hospitality Community is coming together Tuesday. Anyone with an invested interest in the tourism and hospitality industry is welcome to attend.

The goal of the meeting is to support the philosophy of businesses working together to ‘make a bigger pie’ by co-ordinating, networking and joining parallel marketing strategies and initiatives with all tourism and hospitality businesses big and small. As a group we thought it was important that we share information about businesses and events in one place.

Darcy Lefebvre is a marketing and communication strategist as well as the founder of Aboutcomoxvalley.com. Lefebvre will offer a demonstration on the new website and how the tourism and hospitality sector can use it as a free tool to market themselves and all the wonderful things the Valley has to offer.

After the presentation, Tricia St. Pierre of Locals Restaurant will lead a brainstorming session on how we can work together as a community to increase the exposure of the Valley. The goal of this group is to be solution-focused and to co-ordinate ideas in a positive and productive way. Bring your ideas, your questions and your tourism and hospitality partners.

The meeting is from 3-4:30 p.m. downstairs at the Black Fin Pub at 132 Port Augusta St. in Comox.

Contact Lefebvre at 250-897-5450 or Darcy@aboutcomoxvalley.com.

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