The City of White Rock plans to relaunch its tourism body this spring.

City seeks feedback for new tourism name

Plans to re-launch in spring following closing of Tourism White Rock last year.

The City of White Rock is looking for feedback from the public regarding the name of its new tourism body, expected to launch in the spring.

The public is asked to vote on four possible names for the new city-run tourism organization, which was announced in October at the same time the city said it would cease funding for Tourism White Rock effective Dec. 31.

Although Tourism White Rock ceased operations at that time, its name may live on, as one of the options put forth by the city; the other three choices include ‘Explore White Rock,’ ‘In White Rock’ and ‘Discover White Rock’.

Voting is open until Jan. 25, and can be done online on the city’s homepage at www.whiterockcity.ca, or on the city’s Facebook page at facebook.com/whiterockcity/

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