Monday, June 1, 2009

TV Campaign for Angus

According to P&J in Aberdeen, A summer television campaign designed to tempt tourists to Angus is to be revealed today. The £20,000 Angus Adventure campaign is aimed at encouraging people to experience the county’s festivals, outdoors, golf and heritage.

It will be broadcast on STV to audiences in the north-east and Edinburgh from today until September. Members of the council’s in-house media crew have captured scenic footage and action shots of activities for the adverts. Angus economic development spokesman, Councillor David May, said tourism is big business for the county.

He said: “The adverts are an invitation to have an Angus adventure, whether that’s kayaking or golfing or enjoying the spectacle of Seafest or the magnificence of Glamis, or indeed all of the above.

“Their purpose is to encourage even more people to visit the county and experience its attractions and hospitality for themselves. This year more people than ever are expected to holiday at home so we’re aiming to put Angus on everyone’s list of must-see places in Scotland this summer.”

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