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2017-29 Request for Proposal – Dawson Creek Tourism Services

The City of Dawson Creek is inviting submissions from qualified proponents to assume the tourism service contract currently held with Northern BC Tourism Association.  This contract provides for the joint strategy of encouraging tourism in Dawson Creek through the Community Tourism Plan, the Tourism Dawson Creek Business Plan, the Visitor Information Centre, the Alaska Highway House and the Annual Visitor Guide.  Northern BC Tourism Association will assist with a smooth transition to the successful bidder on or before December 31, 2017.

All contract documents are available through the BC Bid website. The Proponent is solely responsible for ensuring any addenda are downloaded, reviewed and included in their bid. Questions regarding specifications can be directed to Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration at bginter@dawsoncreek.ca .

Proposals will be accepted up to 2:00 p.m. (local time), June 23, 2017.  Proposals must be sealed in an opaque envelope, clearly marked with the name and the project name/number and will be received by Brenda Ginter, Director of Corporate Administration at:

Regular Mail:

Box 150, Dawson Creek, BC  V1G 4G4

Physical Address (Courier):

10105 – 12A Street, Dawson Creek, BC V1G 3V7.

It is the sole responsibility of the Proponent to ensure that its proposal is received at the above location and by the time stipulated. Proposals received after the stipulated time will be rejected and returned to the Proponent unopened. Faxed or emailed proposals are not acceptable and will be rejected. The City reserves the right to accept or reject all or any proposal and to waive any informality, incompleteness or error in any proposal.

Proponents must refer to the RFP Documents for the terms governing the Bid process. All proposals received by the City of Dawson Creek Director of Corporate Administration become the property of the Corporation of the City of Dawson Creek and as such are subject to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.  Once a contract has been awarded the name(s) of the successful proponent(s) will be available to the public upon request. 

 

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