A Utah advertising agency is setting its sights on the tourism industry in Montana. Relic—a small agency based in Provo, Utah—is a sponsor of the Montana Governor’s Conference on Tourism and Recreation, March 12-14.
Relic is currently working with seven of Utah’s tourism offices, including Wasatch County, Iron County, Garfield County, Grand County, Uintah County, Washington County and Wayne County. Just this year, Relic collected two awards for its advertising campaign with Uintah County Tourism—a SAMY from Utah Business Magazine and a Telly Award for the accompanying video.
In 2015, Relic’s campaign for Garfield County was awarded Best Ad Campaign by the Utah Tourism Industry Association and Utah Office of Tourism. Relic has also done a variety of work to promote other areas, including Bryce Canyon National Park, Dinosaurland, Moab, Cedar City and others.
“With our experience promoting travel and tourism to these incredible Utah locations, expanding into other areas of the Intermountain West is a natural fit for our team,” said Adam Stoker, President and CEO of Relic. “We’re looking at Montana because we think the it is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and we’re passionate about that region.”
The market in Montana has many similarities with the market in Utah, Stoker went on to explain.
“There are great tourism attractions in rural markets that need better support, resources and services,” Stoker said. “We’ve seen through our own experiences how promoting an area worldwide leads to more tourism and, in turn, better infrastructure within a community. We hope to make that same impact in Montana.”
The upcoming conference will be held at the Radisson Colonial Hotel in Helena, Montana from March 12-14. As a sponsor, Relic will have a booth set up at the conference for attendees to view and ask questions. At the booth, attendees will have the opportunity to enter a raffle to win a DJI drone. They will also get a chance to see Relic’s award-winning work and meet the owners of the company.
For more information about Relic, visit relicagency.com.