Portland, OR – The Clymb the fastest growing online retailer of outdoor and active lifestyle gear, apparel and adventure travel, has partnered with Travel Oregon to help support one of the most comprehensive campaigns ever produced by the Oregon Tourism Commission. The $3 million 7 Wonders campaign will run through August 4th highlighting 7 iconic Oregon destinations to inspire visitors to consider Oregon as a premiere outdoor adventure destination.
As a title sponsor, The Clymb is supporting the program by offering a selection of the best deals on trips to each of the 7 destinations, including adventure tours to and around Mt. Hood, The Columbia River Gorge, Smith Rock, the Wallowas, Crater Lake, Painted Hills and the Oregon Coast. “As Oregon residents we love showcasing our extraordinary backyard and the fun, recreation and discovery that is readily available,” says Luis Vargas, General Manager of The Clymb Adventures business. “We’ve curated an incredible assortment of over 20 Clymb Adventures that showcase the 7 wonders of Oregon through human powered adventures hosted by some of the very best local operators.”
In addition, The Clymb is supporting the campaign through an active social media presence by showcasing many of the images from Travel Oregon’s influencer tour taking place across the state. You can follow #traveloregon and #clymblife for the latest adventure inspiration.
“Tourism is a primary driver of Oregon’s economy” said Todd Davidson, CEO of Travel Oregon. “With this campaign, we aim to again inspire active travelers looking for authentic travel experiences. By highlighting the stunning scenery and epic adventures that Oregon offers, we will motivate these explorers to choose Oregon as their vacation destination.”
Creative and media support for the campaign has been largely driven by global advertising agency Wieden + Kennedy. “This is some of the strongest work for Travel Oregon in our 25-year history of working together,” said Dan Wieden, chairman of Wieden+Kennedy. “What I really like about the creative, aside from how beautiful Oregon looks, is it gives people a checklist of things to see and do.”