More government funding for Central Coast Tourism

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Central Coast Tourism will benefit from $280,000 from the NSW Government’s Regional Visitor Economy Funds (RVEF), to help boost visitation to the region.

Member for Terrigal, Mr Adam Crouch and NSW minister for trade, tourism and major events, Mr Stuart Ayres were expected to announce that the funds would go towards the next phase of the Central Coast ‘Short Breaks’ campaign.

The campaign will use various channels including social media, digital marketing, video and print advertising (outside the Central Coast).

“The RVEF plays a major part in creating opportunities for tourism businesses in Regional NSW and I am delighted to announce that this funding boost will go towards increasing awareness of the Central Coast as a leisure, conference and events destination” Mr Ayres said

Media alert, Feb 8, 2016 Debra Wales, office of Adam Crouch

 

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