For immediate release
04 October 2022
After a brief pause with their in-market presence in the Australian and New Zealand markets, Travel Oregon is back and excited to re-engage with the Aussie and Kiwi travel trade and travel media.
As international flights resume and restrictions continue to lift between Australia and the USA, Travel Oregon encourages travellers to reignite their passion for travel and adventure by exploring the natural beauty and varied landscapes that the state offers in abundance.
So why should Aussie and Kiwis make Oregon a USA travel destination of choice for their next vacation?
Account Director for Australia and New Zealand and Principle of Canuckiwi, Corey Marshall, says, “Wide-open spaces extend through seven diverse regions, lush valleys produce some of the world’s best wine and ancient forests cascade down mountains to the sands of the Pacific Ocean”.
The state’s natural appeal is matched only by the friendly Oregonian travellers will meet along the way. Travel Oregon’s Why Guides program encourages visitors to consider a licensed guide or outfitter to provide safe and responsible travel experiences. Taste Oregon’s bountiful food and drink while your guide (and designated driver!) takes you behind the scenes at local breweries, wineries and farms. Follow a naturalist-led hike to look beyond the landscapes of the 7 Wonders of Oregon or book a guided whitewater rafting trip to navigate one of Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rivers.
“The pandemic has been incredibly challenging to navigate, but after our short hiatus we are thrilled to welcome the Australian and New Zealand markets back to and committed to re-introducing what makes the state extraordinary to our Aussie and Kiwi travel trade partners,” Mr Marshall said.
Canuckiwi will be overseeing the implementation of Travel Oregon’s trade and media strategies for the Australian and New Zealand market. Corey Marshall (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be the key trade contact and Sydney based Joanne Motta (email@example.com) will oversee the media activities.
For more information on all things Oregon visit www.traveloregon.com.