Watch This: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism has introduced another phase of its visually stunning, highly acclaimed “Find Yourself” campaign that first launched in 2006. The two new 60-second television commercials from St. John’s-based Target Marketing and Communications highlight distinctive aspects of the province’s natural landscape and culture. The campaign has received more than 170 creative awards since […]

Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism has introduced another phase of its visually stunning, highly acclaimed “Find Yourself” campaign that first launched in 2006.

The two new 60-second television commercials from St. John’s-based Target Marketing and Communications highlight distinctive aspects of the province’s natural landscape and culture.

The campaign has received more than 170 creative awards since it launched seven years ago. The province has also seen a 7.3% increase in non-resident visits since 2009.

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