With so many events and key anniversaries, both Visit Canterbury and Visit Kent have created some incredibly helpful tool kits – free for everyone to use and access so we can make the most of this momentous year for Kent!
We would highly recommend clicking the images below and saving the toolkits to your desktop – there will be information in there to keep you busy all year round. Don’t forget to take a look at our annual events calendar to see what is coming up!
Visit Canterbury 2020 Toolkit
2020 represents a big opportunity for Canterbury to reach audiences new and current and give them a reason to visit now. This toolkit contains an overview of events and activities with tips, example social media posts, handy links and hashtags to use. Click the image below to download your free copy of the pdf:
Visit Kent – #KentyTwenty Toolkit
The 149th Open, the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens’ death, the 850th anniversary of the murder of Thomas Becket; these are just a handful of the major events and anniversaries that will make 2020 a significant year for Kent. In fact, 2020 is such a big year for Kent that Visit Kent have renamed it #KentyTwenty!
By drawing together all the major events and anniversaries into one joined up message, Kent will give visitors real reasons to come and explore the county in 2020, and businesses an easy way to maximise the opportunities presented by such a wealth of activity right on your doorstep.
Click below to download this free toolkit which will provide you with shared messaging and resources to get involved and make #KentyTwenty a year to remember.
Royal St George’s Golf Open (Sandwich 2020)
The eyes of the world will be focused on Kent when The Open returns to Royal St George’s Golf Club, Sandwich from 12-19 July 2020
With the local economic impact of the event expected to be in the region of £100m, golf’s original championship, The 149th Open will be the biggest sporting event in Kent’s history and presents an incredible opportunity for your business to benefit.
Tens of thousands of spectators are expected to attend the event: engage with spectators while they are visiting and encourage them to not only return themselves but recommend Kent to friends and family.
Over 600 journalists and 1,500 broadcast staff will deliver coverage in over 190 countries across the world: Ensure your messages reach those following the event across the world and entice them to make their own trip to Kent.
Download this free toolkit, packed with information on The 149th Open as well as the tools and platforms available to you for promoting your business.