Bermuda Dept. of Tourism seeks UK Public Relations Agency for Representation.

The Bermuda Department of Tourism (BDOT) is seeking a suitably qualified company, as the Public Relations agency of record, to provide public relations initiatives to support BDOT's Tourism objectives.

The Bermuda Department of Tourism (BDOT) is seeking a suitably qualified company, as the Public Relations agency of record, to provide public relations initiatives to support BDOT’s Tourism objectives.  

BDOT sells Bermuda as a leisure, corporate and meetings destination.  The right partner is one that can plan and execute a public relations strategy designed to garner editorial endorsement, raise awareness and ultimately drive visitation to the Island.

We are seeking a Partner who can demonstrate a high level of proficiency and energy.  Ultimately, success will be measured in accordance with the agency’s ability to deliver business.  Media exposure, response and conversion rates are key with the greater emphasis being placed on conversion and visitation.

For a full copy of the Request for Proposal please email your intent, together with a brief overview of your company’s qualifications for achieving the objectives stated above, to awhite@bermudatourism.com; by midday 28th March, 2011.

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