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Westman Communications Group (WCG) announced today its annual #ConnectingWestman Tour is returning after a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 health restrictions. The Tour will be kicking off on June 16 and will end on September 8, 2022.
The last time WCG held the #ConnectingWestman Tour was back in 2019, which was also the first year it took place. The 2019 Tour was a smashing success, and WCG looks to bring that momentum back.
“The #ConnectingWestman Tour is an initiative that raises funds together with the community to benefit a local cause and is something that we knew we wanted to make an annual event,” said Marketing Manager, Courtney Baxter. “The success of our first Tour in 2019 proved that this was something our communities really enjoyed and that we could carry on for years to come.”
WCG staff will hit the highway this summer making four community stops. The Tour will kick off in Minnedosa on June 16 before heading to Dauphin on July 21, Neepawa on August 25, and wrapping up in Roblin on September 8.
“We are proud to support local and make an impact in the communities we serve,” explained Baxter. “Being able to go to different communities each year with the #ConnectingWestman Tour makes us feel more connected to our members, and the local fundraising causes that matter to them.”
WCG, WCGtv, Westman Communications Business Solutions, 94.7 STAR FM, and Q Country 91.5 FM will be hosting barbeques, which support local charities and organizations, as well as open houses to allow community members to preview WCG communication services and ask questions. WCGtv will be touring the community and capturing all the action of the day.
The 2019 #ConnectingWestman Tour took WCG to Killarney, Russell, and Virden. With the support of those communities, a total of over $15,000 was raised for local charities, including the Killarney – Turtle Mountain Fire Department, the Russell Airport & Flying Club, and the Virden Spray Park.
To keep up to date on the 2022 #ConnectingWestman Tour, follow WCG on social media or head to westmancom.com/connectingwestman-tour.