Bragg Creek Chamber of Commerce Receives Federal Store Native and Journey Alberta Partnership Advertising Funds

The Bragg Creek Chamber of Commerce/Go to Bragg Creek will obtain $35,280.00 of federal store native funding—funding that can increase the chamber’s ongoing efforts to encourage patronage of neighborhood companies.

This funding is along with one other Partnership Advertising grant that Go to Bragg Creek has obtained from Journey Alberta to advertise tourism operators and actions inside the Bragg Creek, Kananaskis, and Rocky View County areas.

“We’re past thrilled to have this chance to additional assist the superb enterprise neighborhood that makes up Bragg Creek. This cash can be used to showcase the range and resilience of Bragg Creek companies via a concentrated video advertising marketing campaign”, says Lauren Shea, Advertising Supervisor of Go to Bragg Creek. “We’d not be capable of accomplish this purpose with out the continuing and beneficiant assist of the federal authorities and Alberta Chambers.”

The funding will assist a ‘Native Tales’ video challenge adopted by a ‘Love Native’ marketing campaign that can assist small companies and improve entry to high-quality advertising supplies for self-promotion.

“All through the COVID-19 pandemic, neighborhood chambers have actually been a lifeline for companies,” says Ken Kobly, Alberta Chambers of Commerce President and CEO. “As we transition to reopening and restoration, we nonetheless have an extended street forward to rebuild our economic system. This federal funding will assist chambers do what we do greatest: assist native job creators.”

A 3rd spherical of funding functions is at present being processed.

Supply: Bragg Creek Chamber of Commerce