SIX NATIONS – Six Nations Tourism announced the release of their updated website last week and it is now live. The modern looking site will serve as a one-stop shop to help visitors locate attractions, events and businesses on Six Nations.
Six Nations Tourism is a division of Six Nations of the Grand River Development Corporation and their new site is being constructed by a local media company, Thru the RedDoor. They’ve been working tirelessly since April with Constance Jamieson, Tourism Manager, to develop a fresh, new webpage that will draw in tourists and help to promote local businesses and attractions.
“The new site needed a look that promoted our unique gifts and engaged both our visitors and our community.” said Jamieson.
The blog and news section will allow Six Nations Tourism to highlight local artisans, promote upcoming events and inform patrons of new installation. The website is structured to enable Tourism staff to add fresh content regularly. The improved website features a modern and responsive design that works on all mobile devices and home computers. These improvements will make locating information on the site faster, easier and more convenient.
The site features a comprehensive events calendar which highlights all major events on Six Nations and will now provide the option for individuals to submit smaller events happening on, and around the Six Nations Territory. The attraction section will also provide a platform for local businesses and organizations to link their websites to the tourism site.
In addition to all the website add-ons, the marketing group is currently in the process of creating a promotional video to highlight some of Six Nations greatest features. The site went live on Wednesday, June 1, just in time for the busy summer and fall seasons.
Remember to visit the site often to stay up-to-date. To see for yourself, please visit www.sixnationstourism.ca.
The reconstruction of the site was made possible through a joint partnership between Six Nations Tourism and Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association.
The site is now live at www.sixnationstourism.ca.