Cornwall and the Counties Tourism Introduces Mobile Cruiser

By Chris Hemond
June 19, 2012

Cornwall and the Counties Tourism CruiserCORNWALL, ON – Cornwall and the Counties Tourism will certainly be more visible in the area with the addition of a new mobile cruiser wrapped in a colourful collage of some of the area’s prominent tourism assets.

The vehicle is affectionately named T.I.M, which stands for Tourism in Motion, and was introduced at the Cornwall Square in an unveiling for the public.

T.I.M will be used for the everyday use of the office, but also to attend events throughout the area.

“It’s important that we are there for our tourism partners and visitors, and also that people know we are there for them,” Executive Director of Cornwall and the Counties Tourism, Linda Wilson says. “T.I.M increases our visibility in the area and shows people that we are there for them.”

With their website, as well as Facebook and Twitter logos adorning the rear of the car, the hope is also to drive traffic to Cornwall and the Counties Tourism’s upcoming, revamped website and social media outlets.

“We’ve put a lot of effort into increasing the convenience of our service for partners and visitors, and part of that includes providing great information and assistance on the web and through social media,” Wilson adds.

People will begin to see the vehicle in the area right away and the tourism office encourages people to say hello if they spot T.I.M to get some great ideas of what to do in the region and grab a free gift.

About Cornwall & The Counties Tourism

Cornwall & The Counties Tourism works with tourism businesses to promote Cornwall & the United Counties of Stormont Dundas and Glenggarry as a visitor and convention destination. The office provides visitors with detailed information on attractions, accommodations, shopping, dining, festivals and events.

One of the key publications developed by the Tourism office is the Visitor Guide, an 80-page booklet that features information on events, attractions, and accommodations, as well as a map of the area. You can order the guide free of charge via the Request Info page on this site.

For more information on Cornwall and The Counties Tourism, please check out their website:


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