SilverStar mountain village summer events, north Okanagan BC

July 4, for immediate release

New collab with Destination Silver Star, Tourism Vernon & Destination BC all about local soul in north Okanagan

Mayla Janzen calls it “the largest flash mob happening weekly in Vernon.”

With a tagline like that, who wouldn’t want to check out the Polson Night Market on a Friday night in Vernon? Or how about a summer music series in the colourful alpine village at Silver Star, running every Saturday?

Tours of local Indigenous gardens (as insight into local syilx culture), trail races with monikers like “Brokenagan” and hikes with the Monashee Trail Society, it’s all part of the north Okanagan’s soulful scene.

Seekers Media is excited to partner with Destination Silver Star, Tourism Vernon and Destination BC in a feature production about locals who lead the north...

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July 2, for immediate release

ZenSeekers supports launch of new VR dino experience in Grande Cache 

Grande Cache, AB — It's never been easier to become an amateur paleontologist! On June 27, Grande Cache celebrated the grand opening of its new virtual reality dinosaur tracks exhibit, Cache in on Dino Discovery: VR Experience, with ZenSeekers as a key media partner in the launch. 

Grande Cache joins four other destination partners featured in ZenSeekers' #DinoTrail campaign, which connects tourism experiences across northern Alberta and northern BC (encompassing Wembley, AB, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum, Tumbler Ridge and Prince George). 

So why go dino hunting in Grande Cache? While humans have made their mark in Grande Cache, the region has remained largely untouched over the eons...

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Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation (Tofino, BC) – Given its debut success in 2023, Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation and its Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks initiative is pleased to announce the return of its indigenous tourism experience, titled naaʔuu (meaning “feast” in Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation language). 

“Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation’s path forward around our language and cultural resurgence includes events like naaʔuu, delivered by Tla-o-qui-aht people increasing visitors and local’s opportunity to gain our nation’s perspective,” explains Tla-o-qui-aht Tribal Parks lead Saya Masso. 

This three-hour experience returning May 24, 2024 to the Tla-o-qui-aht First Nation owned Tin Wis Resort, offers ticketed guests a chance to enjoy a Tla-o-qui-aht themed evening, including Tla-o-qui-aht inspired cuisine and...

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September 22, 2023

 Western Canada – With recent changes to digital algorithms, marketers are being challenged once again to find new ways to break through the noise.

In response, Seekers Media is launching an innovative new project to increase potentials to amplify its advertisers’ messages and brands in a way that reaps more high quality leads.

“As publicly traded tech companies battle over how media is monetized, we see new ways to further support our partners’ business goals. We’re re-engineering how we deliver engagements for our partners, independent of some California-based company’s algorithms.” said Jim Barr, CEO & founder of the multi-national, award-winning digital network which publishes, and

The innovations...

Local entrepreneurs and businesses LIVE on Facebook March 23 to April 27, 2021

COLUMBIA BASIN – Mark your calendars! Columbia Basin Trust is partnering with FestivalSeekers to host the #BuyBasin Festival on Facebook this spring, featuring up to 100 businesses across the Columbia Basin showcasing a diverse range of products and services available locally.

“The #BuyBasin Festival is a new initiative for the Trust that will benefit both businesses and consumers,” said Tim O’Doherty, Director, Investments & Economic Development at Columbia Basin Trust. “This Festival will provide businesses with one-on-one training on promoting their business on Facebook and introduce people living in the Basin to the diverse range of products and services available locally.”

Last fall, the Trust supported the...

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#Ktunaxahomelands connects travelers to Indigenous culture of Ktunaxa region (Fernie, Kimberley and Cranbrook)

ʔa·kisk̓aqǂiʔit / Cranbrook, BC - Announcing the new #Ktunaxahomelands campaign, allowing locals and travellers to gain an understanding of how the Rockies and Kootenay waterways were formed, while appreciating the significance of the Hoodoos, all from a Ktunaxa perspective.


The Ktunaxa Nation Council Economic Investment Sector has developed a promotional campaign with partners including Cranbrook TourismTourism Fernie and Tourism Kimberley since late 2020. Janice Alpine, responsible for Ktunaxa Tourism Engagement, recognized that the Kootenay Region, her homeland of Ktunaxa ʔamakʔis, was not a well-known location yet was part of ":SuperNatural...


Northeast Alberta – The #TakeItToTheLake multi-media collaboration across Alberta’s northeast is more than a successful content marketing campaign – it’s also winning provincial and national awards.

The success of the campaign shows the power of what can happen when communities come together to celebrate a common theme, says Jana Rowe, the collaboration’s lead as Economic Development and Tourism for Lac La Biche County. Local businesses report momentum created by the campaign has given them a boost.

#TakeItToTheLake earned two awards at this week’s Economic Development of Alberta conference: Best Medium Community-sized Economic Development campaign, and the #EDA2020 People’s Choice Award. In fall 2019, the campaign was awarded the Best in the Country collaborative...

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CALGARY, AB. – December 4, 2019 – Immigrant Services Calgary (ISC) and Seekers Media are proud to announce their partnership on a new visibility initiative that will be welcoming newcomers to Alberta and connecting them with winter sports.

The new initiative, entitled #NewSkiAb, showcases people of diverse backgrounds talking about their first experiences with traditional Canadian activities like skiing and snowshoeing. In addition, some lucky individuals and their families will have the opportunity to receive free lessons and trips to winter activities around Alberta to help introduce them to their new home in the province. It is hoped that this initiative can help newcomers with increasing their sense of belonging and building of their Canadian identity.

“Diversity to our slopes is...