Creative Newfoundland tourism marketing continues

Giant video of Newfoundland and Labrador’s greatest tourism attractions is going to be projected outside in the heart of Toronto beginning tomorrow. Starting at 9:30 p.m., giant, larger-than-life film footage of some of our most iconic sights will be projected on buildings at Bloor east of Spadina, Richmond west of Jarvis and Eglinton east of Allen Expressway. The projections will run intermittently for two hours and continue at the same time for three nights, finishing on Friday, July 08. The province has been heralded over the past decade for its innovative, creative, and effective marketing campaigns throughout the country.

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