ca August 30 - September 2 0x20 SOURCE Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation Image with caption: "The US Pride of Baltimore II, an 1812-era reproduction of a topsail, privateer schooner will be among the fleet participating in The TALL SHIPS[R] 1812 Tour presented by Redpath Sugar Produced in partnership with TALL SHIPS CHALLENGE[R] Great Lakes 2013, the tour launches the Redpath Waterfront Festival, Toronto, June 20-23.
What does OTMPC stand for?
OTMPC stands for Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (also seen at OTMP)
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Reynolds arrived in the dying days of the much-despised Northern Tourism Marketing Corporation, soon replaced by a northern office of the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation.
Launching this September, Tourism Toronto and the Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation (OTMPC) will be in both markets with aggressive campaigns designed to surround and tantalize potential visitors for the fall and holiday seasons.