If you're planning a holiday, restaurant meal, hotel stay or a great day out, the chances are that you will probably check out TripAdvisor first – increasingly the default information, planning and booking source.
This in itself speaks volumes for Hampshire based Paultons Park who have just scooped top spot in TripAdvisors 'Travellers Choice Awards' for the second consecutive year! – Voted UK's best rated Amusement Park.
No stranger to success, Paultons Park has grown from strength to strength since its opening in 1983 and now hosts top attractions such as 'Peppa Pig World' and its new Jurassic themed, £9 million 'Lost Kingdom', in addition to a host of rides, attractions and events, all of which attract visitors of all ages from throughout the UK and beyond.
Destination CMS have enjoyed a long working relationship with Paultons who have grown to view them as an integral part of their increasing marketing effort – to quote:
"Destination CMS work on both our headline creative and our websites and have always produced work of the highest quality helping us to promote the Park in a dynamic, modern and befitting manner that conveys the magic, excitement and quality of our attraction. They always meet our deadlines and are forward thinking in suggesting new approaches and technologies to ensure both our brand and websites continue to evolve and move forward."
Exeter based Destination CMS are rapidly becoming leading UK specialists in place and destination marketing, working with a wide variety of visitor attractions, shopping malls, retail parks and other public facing venues. Their particular expertise centres on their ability to offer clients a joined up strategic approach to gaining and keeping footfall, backed up with really effective creative and web-based services.
Matt Baker, Destination CMS's Business Development Director sums up:
"Our clients don't stand still and nor do we – we constantly look for ways to exceed our clients expectations - through dynamic thinking, applying the latest technologies and not being frightened to explore new approaches."
For more information please contact: Matt Baker