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Chicks in Nova Scotia

Patricia and I are travelling through Nova Scotia this week presenting e-marketing workshops  in the communities of Oak Island and Baddeck – with a few stops along the way!  Halifax (thanks to the Westin Halifax for giving us our home away from home once again!), Port Hawkesbury, and Antigonish (the highland heart!).  We are once again overwhelmed by the hospitality of the people in the Maritimes, and excited about the tourism experiences that this country of ours offers!  We had two of the largest lobsters I have ever seen at McKelvies – and more than a few cups of chowder!  TIANS and the Nova Scotia Human Resources Development Council  been fantastic hosts, and with one more workshop to go tomorrow – I am sure that I will have many more photos to post! 

A Couple of Chicks in Nova ScotiaLobster Supper in Nova Scotia

[tags] tourism marketing, workshops, e-marketing, online marketing, TIANS, masterclass series, Nova Scotia Tourism[/tags]

Comments ( 3 )
  • Chicks in Nova Scotia says:

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  • Tom Wilson says:


    We were proud and delighted to be your hosts while at Gaelic College of Celtic Arts and Crafts, St. Ann’s for the second workshop in Nova Scotia. The Gaelic College is the only institution of its kind in North Amercia and also features the Great Hall of Clans & soon St. Ann’s Interpretive Centre. Thanks for a great workshop and a beginning of new friendship.

  • Denise Martell says:

    Great to see the rubber chick went to Nova Scotia. I used to work with Tom Wilson of Victoria County, then Nancy Frost Smith before she left Travel Alberta. We just had two wonderful seminars with Nancy. Boy this SEO stuff has really taken off. I would have never believed I would be so interested in it. I think it was the “chick talk” way Nancy handled the information. Great job girls.

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