Utah Office of Tourism re-appoints Canuckiwi to lead account in Australia-New Zealand

Utah Office of Tourism re-appoints Canuckiwi to lead account in Australia-New Zealand

The Utah Office of Tourism (UOT) has re-appointed Canuckiwi Consulting to spearhead its strategic initiatives in Australia and New Zealand, encompassing consumer marketing, travel trade relations, public relations, and social media engagement.

“Australia and New Zealand are significant international markets for promoting tourism to Utah,” managing director, Utah Office of Tourism and Film Commission, Natalie Randall, said.

“Canuckiwi’s proven track record over the past 10 years of representation for the UOT, their deep understanding of the Australasian travel landscape and their extensive contacts in-market make them the ideal partner to elevate Utah’s profile and attract more visitors from this dynamic region.

Principal of Canuckiwi and account director for the UOT in-market, Corey Marshall, said: “We are incredibly excited to collaborate with the Utah Office of Tourism to showcase Utah’s unparalleled beauty and diverse experiences to Australian and New Zealand travellers and propel the destination to a top 10 must do in the USA.

“While many travellers and travel advisors associate Utah with its iconic national parks, there’s so much more to discover in this state and so many seasons to get out there and explore.”

Feature image Utah Office of Tourism AUNZ team: Corey Marshall (Account Director), Karen McCardle (Trade Director), Joanne Motta (Media Director) on location slot canyoneering in Zion National Park.

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