Are you an Ambassador for Bridgend?
03 November 2015
Are you potty about Porthcawl? Or are you the oracle on the
Ogmore Valley? Do you love the local coastline and countryside so
much that you could act as a tourism ambassador for the area?
Bridgend County Borough Council and the Bridgend Tourism
Association are looking to recruit 30 ambassadors that could share
their passion and knowledge of the county borough with
The tourism ambassadors would perform a variety of
roles. Some might act as a point of contact for people planning
visits, on hand to share stories and holiday tips, while some may
act as greeters at events.
Others may be wordsmiths who are skilled at writing blogs and
social media posts to help spread the word about what is special
and unique about the county borough.
All ambassadors would be given free training to help improve their
local knowledge even further, and they would also have the chance
to develop specific skills related to events, social media and
other aspects of communication as appropriate..
Whenever people plan weekend breaks or holidays these days, they
scour online reviews to pick up hints of the best places to stay
and things to do.
This ambassador programme takes that a step further, giving
potential visitors a chance to call up a friendly group of people
who know the area better than anyone.
As local residents, it is easy to get blasé about our fantastic
beaches, picturesque valleys, and fascinating history, but it's
time we spoke up for it a bit more and these ambassadors will play
a key role in helping us to promote Bridgend County Borough and the
wider Glamorgan Heritage Coast and Countryside as
being among the most stunning places to visit in Wales."
If you're interested in becoming a tourism ambassador, please
contact Tracy James Lieberman by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or calling 07773 804470.
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