The Olympic Peninsula Travel Assoc (OPTA) Announces the Kickoff of its 5 Year OLYFEST Marketing Plan

Seattle, Washinton (PressExposure) April 11, 2008 -- Dan Youra president and CEO of the Olympic Peninsula Travel Association and Executive director John Snyder have been touring the Olympic Loop seeking support for a comprehensive 5 year Olympic Peninsula marketing program designed capitalize of the media attention taking place in Vancouver up coming winter Olympics and well as providing solid 365 day a year themes to attract visitors to the Olympic Peninsula and improve the regions economy.

John Snyder Executive director of the 75 year old organization said " We are very passionate about helping this area both Dan and I have strong ties to the Olympic Peninsula and are working hard to help local city, county and state government officials as well as private businesses find solutions to the recent problems at hand here on the Olympic Peninsula.

The Olympic Peninsula economy has been under fire with the Ferry problems in Port Townsend and the closing of the Hood canal bridge in 2009 we are here to offer alternative ways to attract people here that are not currently being used on the Olympic Peninsula.

For 75 years our organization has represented the entire Olympic peninsula and even with several organization having attempted to duplicate our efforts we are still here. Our entire history has consisted of one thing attracting people to the Olympic Peninsula. If you have a business or are a city or government official looking for new ideas on how to benefit you community we wont to talk to you. OPTA will show you how we can help overcome the current problems the Olympic Peninsula now faces and how our organization can and will help." http://www.opta.us

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Press Release Submitted On: February 22, 2008 at 1:34 pm
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