Stephanie Miller Vincent


Stephanie Miller Vincent South Shore Tourism Cooperative

Broadcast Date: June 24, 2020

It’s always a treat to chat with today’s guest – not only is she super cool and amazing to work with but she and I share a tremendous affinity for Atlantic Canada most especially here in our native Nova Scotia.  As the Marketing Coordinator for the South Shore Tourism Cooperative – Stephanie Miller Vincent is forever finding ways to get the word out on this incredible corner of the planet – from press releases and packages, to social media management, content creation and coastal collaborations.  She’s always focused on finding new ways to share what’s on the go on the South Shore – and as you might imagine – in these extraordinary times of COVID-19 – successfully navigating the ever changing landscape of tourism has never been more critical. So we’ll talk about the current challenges, along with the great strides towards recovery and all the many reasons to celebrate every thing we do have here.  Plus we’ll share some fun new things launching this summer including a stellar new website for the SSTC and a very cool kicking off in the Municipality of Chester on July 1st. We’ll also play FIRST THINGS FIRST and spin some of her favourite tunes too.  So with all that ahead – we best get to it. Here’s my telephone conversation with the one and only Stephanie Miller Vincent.

For more information on Nova Scotia’s South Shore Tourism Cooperative and to join visit nssouthshoretourismcoop.wordpress.com 

For all the latest from Nova Scotia’s South Shore like them on Facebook @novascotiasouthshore and follow them on Instagram @visitnovascotiasouthshore 

We played some of Stephanie’s favourite songs and they’re all available on iTunes – to get your copy just click on the title – “I Like What I Like (And I Like It)” by The Everyday People, “Home” by Marc Broussard, “Come Out With Me” by Alan Doyle and “Simple Pleasures (Classified Mix)” by David Myles

For the scoop on Tourism Chester’s TAKE 5 contest be sure to like them on Facebook @TourismChester and stay tuned for details on tourismchester.ca

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