Pure Ontario Launched As A Destination Resource For Locals and Tourists

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A fresh and snazzy new travel and exploring website, called “Pure Ontario” has just been launched. The PureOntario.org website will house content such as photos and videos of beautiful places including: waterfalls, destinations and attractions in Ontario. It will also have full maps, ratings, event listings, blogs, and other tools to help with travel planning.

 

Pure Ontario will generate an interest for those in Ontario to travel, explore and to get outdoors to see the beautiful countryside that surrounds them. Locally and nationally “Pure Ontario” should resonate as a serene peaceful slogan that reminds and connects everyone each time they remember our Province and what we have to offer.

 

Jim Eadie from Pure Ontario talks about the excitement of the launch “The name Pure Ontario seemed fitting with that and the beautiful Pure and rugged landscape we house. Also Ontario’s more than 250,000 lakes contain about one-fifth of the world’s fresh water which is very “Pure”. Our website will have continuous additions and resources being added/updated to heighten travel experiences for locals or tourists. Your trip begins at PureOntario.org!

 

The website will launch on September 20th 2016. You can follow the launch on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #PureOntario or @pureontario (Instagram) @pure_ontario (Twitter).
About Ontario

Ontario is Canada’s most populated province, bringing together diverse cultures from around the world. Many travelers and local residents can enjoy a variety of experiences such as festivals, northern wilderness expeditions or shopping and dining well into the night in the city. Depending on the season, visitors can enjoy hot summer beaches or chilly winter hikes. The fresh blue waters and alluring terrain allow visitors to see nature in its purest form and make Ontario an ideal travel destination.

 

For information, contact:

Jim Eadie, Pure Ontario
(613) 779-6845

Email: jim.eadie@pureontario.org


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