Toronto Visitor Marketing

26 million people traveledl to Toronto for day trips and 14.03 million stay overnight last year.  Accounting for $7.2 billion dollars in spending, Toronto's tourists and visitors actively look for fun things to do, see and experience during their stay. Toronto's arts and culture are alive with museums, theatres, and attractions including the famous CN Tower.  CTM Media Group’s distribution network delivers over 4.3 million brochures each year into tourists and visitors hands.

 

Toronto Distribution Programs

Toronto Hotel & Visitors Network
Toronto Attractions & Theatres Network
Toronto & Southwestern Ontario Local & Recreation Network
Toronto Pearson International Airport & Union Station Network
York Region Hotels Network
Kitchener | Waterloo Hotel Network
London | St. Thomas Area Hotel Network
Durham | Kawartha Hotel Network 
Hamilton | Burlington Hotel Network 
Windsor | Chatham Hotel Network 
Barrie | Collingwood Hotel Network 
Niagara | St. Catharines Hotel Network
Ontario Travel Centres Network
400 & 401 Rest Stop Network
Ettractions ExploreBoard Digital Network

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CTM's Toronto Visitor Network
To learn more about CTM's complete list of Toronto programs including brochure distribution, Rightcard, print, publishing, web and mobile marketing please contact CTM Sales Manager - Sonia Chin.

 

Additional Visitor Information Resources
Ettractions.com

 

 

CTM News - Toronto

 

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CTM Media Group one of North America's largest distributors of tourism and visitor information announced today the winners of their 2016 Annual Best Brochure Awards.

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CTM Media Group today announced the expansion of their visitor media network with the purchase of Best Read Guide Cape Cod, BRG Distribution and eCape, a digital publisher of travel websites as we

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Congratulations Toronto for achieving another record breaking year in tourism!