Hospitality Industry

Oregon’s North Coast Video Series

May 30, 2014 | by Jon Rahl

The Oregon’s North Coast (ONC) market partnership (a consortium of the Astoria-Warrenton, Seaside and Cannon Beach) recently completed three videos to market regional tourism. The series highlights romance, family fun, and outdoor adventure, featuring North Coast locals… enjoying their favorite places to stay, play and indulge in the area.

The videos will be released over the next several weeks using social media and online marketing, directing viewers to ThePeoplesCoast.com/north for inspiration to plan their next getaway.

The ONC marketing partnership was created to encourage people who regularly visit one of the four North Coast communities to explore what the other three have to offer.

and so much more!

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