2021 Tourism Award Nominations
Year after year, tourism operators throughout the province are working hard to deliver high quality products, services and experiences. Innovation, creativity, leadership and vision are common qualities among tourism operators. In some cases people take it one step further, either by showing outstanding dedication to the promotion of tourism within New Brunswick or by enhancing our industry in a valuable way.
Take this opportunity to nominate someone for one of our prestigious Tourism Awards!
2021 Award Categories
The Pioneer Award was initiated by the Tourism Industry Association of New Brunswick in 2000 to recognize individuals who have made pioneering efforts in promoting tourism and the province of New Brunswick. These distinguished leaders have made a significant contribution to the tourism industry over the years.
The tourism industry ambassador of the year will be presented to an individual whose professionalism, dedication, attitude, and quality of service best exemplify excellence in the tourism industry in New Brunswick. Owner/operators and senior management personnel are not eligible for this award.
This award recognizes a tourism business or organization that has implemented an innovative marketing or promotional idea that incorporates a digital strategy and has contributed to the success of the business and has positively impacted the tourism industry in New Brunswick.
This award recognizes a tourism business or organization that has entered into an innovative, new partnership agreement that has contributed to the success of the business and has positively impacted the tourism industry in New Brunswick.
This award recognizes a tourism organization or business that has implemented an innovative new product or enhancement to a product that has contributed to the success of the business, and has positively impacted the tourism industry in New Brunswick.
To qualify for this award, an operator must demonstrate a commitment to excellence and an appreciation and respect for our natural, cultural, and aesthetic heritage. Harmonizing economic objectives with the protection and enhancement of this heritage, the operator must offer tourism products and services that are consistent with community values and the surrounding environment.
This award recognizes the “Best of the Best” as it relates to promoting Indigenous tourism as an individual or a business (entrepreneur or community enterprise). The winner of this award will be recognized for their efforts in outstanding service, dedication and commitment to the Indigenous tourism industry.