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Marketing Toolkit

A toolkit designed to help market your business using the pulling-power of the 870-mile long Wales Coast Path

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Welcome to the Wales Coast Path Marketing Toolkit

A free, on-line resource which has been designed to help coastal businesses market their business by using the pulling power of the Wales Coast Path.  It gives you access to a wide range of material and information in one place.  It aims to stimulate ideas and provides guidance on how businesses can give their new and existing customers’ an unforgettable Wales Coast Path experience. 

Download your free toolkit (pdf) and save the document, then open it using Acrobat Reader.

Here’s how you can quickly access the Wales Coast Path marketing tools:

Downloadable "Welcoming Walkers" logo (jpeg, pdf)

You can use this logo on your website or in your marketing literature to give your customers a warm Welsh welcome to the path

Downloadable advert poster (jpeg, pdf)

You can display this poster prominently around your premises to make your visitors aware of the great coastal walking opportunities here in Wales.

E-Newsletter (pdf)

You can see an example of the useful and helpful items to include in your newsletters to your customers.  

Online access to Wales Coast Path Images password: WCP2019!

You can access, view and download inspiring images of the Wales Coast Path for your marketing needs

Online access to Wales Coast Path Videos

You can view, share and use these videos from our Youtube channel for your social media and website 

Go to Our Brand page for information on our brand guidelines.

 

EU logo

This project has received funding via the Regional Tourism Engagement Fund (RTEF) supported through the Welsh Government Rural Communities - Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) and the Welsh Government, the Fund to improve the visitor experience and create stronger destinations by working together.

 

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