We recently published
the 31st edition of the E-Traveller, BBCanada.com's online
bed and breakfast publication and are putting out a special feedback edition
of the traveller.
For starters, a big
thanks goes out to all who have submitted material. The E-Traveller goes
out to over 21 000 people around the world. Each edition of the
B&B newsletter focuses on a different Bed and Breakfast association
in Canada. Local sites and hotspots are featured as well as upcoming events.
The E-Traveller offers the world a chance to get to know different regions
and B&Bs of Canada.
To celebrate the
31st edition of the E-Traveller, we are making a few content changes.
For starters, we are now encouraging local Chambers of Commerce
to submit material for the Traveller. This will open up the Traveller
to many B&Bs in Canada that do not have a local association. Get your
local Chamber of Commerce to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you would like your area featured.
As well, we have
contacted provincial cycling and birding associations and hope to publish
Travellers about these two pastimes. Of course there are many other hobbies
and recreations that share a common fondness with Bed and Breakfasts.
We know that many birders stay at B&Bs when traveling. Similarly,
B&Bs are popular with bike tourists. We would like to know how your
pastimes are interconnected with the B&B world. Drop us a line email@example.com.
Don't worry about
these changes though; you will still enjoy the quality you have come to
expect and the commercial free nature of our online magazine. We won't
accept or publish anything of a commercial nature. The E-Traveller is
for the B&B community and we want to hear you.
the BBCanada.com team
Rico, Bob, Michèle, JD, Rose, Doug, Jan, Anne-Marie
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your region featured in the next Traveller? Click here