Snowdonia Attractions Have Lobsters All Wrapped Up!
Snowdonia Attractions, North Wales’ leading tourism consortium, has launched a dynamic new advertising campaign showing off the very best of what the region has to offer…
The group, made up of some of the leading attractions in North Wales, has launched a campaign which consists of fully wrapping seven meter lorries with visually stunning images showing off the very best of North Wales!
The two lorries, part of a fleet owned by the Lobster Pot in Church Bay, Anglesey, supplies live shellfish across the UK & Europe and it’s hoped that wrapping the lorries with these incredible images will truly show off North Wales as the place to visit over the next 2 years. Tristan Wood, Managing Director of the Lobster Pot said “We live in an outstanding area, with so much to offer. I saw this campaign as a great way to support the drive for tourism into North Wales”
Chairman of Snowdonia Attractions, Jonathan Williams-Ellis is firm friends with the Wood family, and together they saw the opportunity to raise awareness of North Wales & Snowdonia Attractions to the masses!
From November 5th, the lorries will depart from Holyhead to Heathrow, Hull, Ullapool in Scotland, Dublin Port, Dover and Calais. On their journey, they’ll be showcasing the Snowdonia Mountain Range, Caernarfon Castle, the iconic Menai Bridge and the stunning Barmouth Estuary.
Jo Wierzbicki, Marketing Manager at Snowdonia Attractions said “We wanted to showcase North Wales, with its epic landscapes and heritage, to encourage visitors to find out more about Snowdonia Attractions and the Snowdonia Pass discount card. What better way to help capture their attention…”
Have you seen them on your travels? If you have, you could win a truly memorable North Wales experience of your own! To be in with a chance of winning an overnight family stay at Llechwedd Slate Caverns award winning glamp site, with tickets to the Slate Mountain Adventure included, a Family Pass to Zip World’s Bounce Below and Family trip to the iconic Portmeirion Village – just tag your lorry sightings on social media and include the hashtag #gosnowdonia.
Snowdonia Attractions has also recently relaunched it’s Snowdonia Pass discount card for visitors and locals, offering a discount at many of North Wales’ greatest attractions. To find out how to get one for your family, visit snowdonia-attractions.com