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Fortune hunters 2 (Television program). Adventure travel

Providing a snapshot of the experiential travel industry, this program follows the ongoing challenges facing Rocky Ehlers and his Skytrek Adventure Park. His concept and marketing strategy are judged by Brett Wilson, an avid globe-trekker and founder of Calgary's first energy corporation, and Beverley O'Neil, a founder of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia, board member of Tourism BC, and head of her own marketing and consulting firm. The "My First Million" section profiles Rita Sang, whose Tour East Holidays does almost $1 billion in yearly sales.

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  • "Marketing unique experiences"@en
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  • "Providing a snapshot of the experiential travel industry, this program follows the ongoing challenges facing Rocky Ehlers and his Skytrek Adventure Park. His concept and marketing strategy are judged by Brett Wilson, an avid globe-trekker and founder of Calgary's first energy corporation, and Beverley O'Neil, a founder of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of British Columbia, board member of Tourism BC, and head of her own marketing and consulting firm. The "My First Million" section profiles Rita Sang, whose Tour East Holidays does almost $1 billion in yearly sales."@en
  • "These days, people are eager to explore the world in new and exciting ways. Flying a jet over Antartica, following ancient Inca trails in Peru, or discovering local culture in small African villages -- experiential travel has been on the rise. The industry was flying high until it was hit hard by the recessionary times. In November 2008, tourism in Canada dropped by seven per cent from the same month a year earlier. But today entrepreneurs continue to seek their fortune in adventure travel.Hang out with Rocky Ehlers and his new high ropes course called Skytrek in Revelstoke, BC. Can this 62-year-old get his business off the ground, or will he be working well past retirement age?"@en
  • ""In Season 2, Fortune Hunters continues its engaging and indepth look at entrepreneurs trying to cash in on popular trends. Follow their risky attempts to grow businesses in tough economic times! These days, people are eager to explore the world in new and exciting ways. Flying a jet over Antartica, following ancient Inca trails in Peru, or discovering local culture in small African villages - experiential travel has been on the rise. The industry was flying high until it was hit hard by the recessionary times. In November 2008, tourism in Canada dropped by seven per cent from the same month a year earlier. But today entrepreneurs continue to seek their fortune in adventure travel. Hang out with Rocky Ehlers and his new high ropes course called Skytrek in Revelstoke, BC. Can this 62-year-old get his business off the ground, or will he be working well past retirement age?" --Container."
  • "The experiential travel industry was hard hit by the recession, but that hasn't stopped Rocky Ehlers. Fortune Hunters follows this British Columbia entrepreneur as he gets his high-rope adventure park off the ground."@en
  • ""These days, people are eager to explore the world in new and exciting ways. Flying a het over Antartica, following ancient Inca trails in Peru, or discovering local culture in small African villages -- experiential travel has been on the rise. The industry was flying high until it was hit hard by the recessionary times. In Novemer 2008, tourism in Canada dropped by seven per cent from the same month a year earlier. But today entrepreneurs continue to seek their fortune in adventure travel." -- Container."@en
  • "Focuses on the experiential travel industry, featuring Rocky Ehlers (creator of Skytrek Adventure Park) and Rita Sang (Tour East Holidays), new entrepreneurs who have become successful by marketing different and unique travel ventures."@en
  • "These days, people are eager to explore the world in new and exciting ways. Flying a jet over Antartica, following ancient Inca trails in Peru, or discovering local culture in small African villages - experiential travel has been on the rise. The industry was flying high until it was hit hard by the recessionary times. In November 2008, tourism in Canada dropped by seven per cent from the same month a year earlier. But today entrepreneurs continue to seek their fortune in adventure travel. Hang out with Rocky Ehlers and his new high ropes course called Skytrek in Revelstoke, BC. Can this 62-year-old get his business off the ground, or will he be working well past retirement age?"

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  • "Adventure travel [videorecording (DVD)] : marketing unique experiences"@en
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  • "Fortune hunters 2. Adventure travel marketing unique experiences"@en
  • "Adventure travel marketing unique experiences"
  • "Adventure Travel Marketing Unique Experiences"@en
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