IPG aims assembling communities and working together for tourism growth

 Saturday, March 18, 2023 


The International Peace Garden (IPG) targets to assemble communities together and discuss functioning more closely to help progress tourism in that area.

The IPG is a well-known tourist place south of Boissevain that lures thousands of visitors each year.

CEO Tim Chapman said that they aim to organize the Turtle Mountain Tourism Summit on May 4th. The opening tourism summit is supported by Travel Manitoba with backing from North Dakota Tourism.

Chapman said that this will be their first key event with several dealers and community frontrunners possible to assemble together at the IPG to connect, exchange thoughts and participate in a panel with people who have significant achievement on both sides of the border with place branding.

Chapman said that they got enthused after appearing at a Travel Manitoba tourism meeting in Winnipeg. He said that there is real sturdy works in rural spaces on both wings of the border where towns and societies are joining hands to cross promote each other for considering each as slice of a region instead of just separate towns.

Chapman referred to communities like Morden and Winkler and how functioning in a collective way can help a region. They’re considered as competing towns but when they began working together on upholding the area, they witnessed a decent profit and more awareness in what the entire area had to showcase.

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