The Keremeos new interactive business map is now live on www.keremeos.ca.

Keremeos interactive business map now online

The map features a variety of businesses and services within the Keremeos area

The Keremeos area’s new interactive business map is up and running on the village’s website providing an opportunity for area businesses to showcase their operations to a broader audience online.

The map features a variety of businesses and services within the Keremeos area and provides links to their websites and social media channels, giving users a more in-depth understanding about their operations and what they have to offer.

The map also showcases local area attractions including wineries, art galleries and heritage sites. Users can search for businesses and services by category, learn about public amenities (such as the health centre, library and post office), local tourist and transport amenities (gas stations, mechanic shops, campsites and bed and breakfasts) and area activities such as hiking, fishing, skating, floating down the Similkameen River.

The business map will be featured through an upcoming social media ad campaign promoting the community in larger centres.

Businesses that want to be added to the interactive map can do so free of charge. Submission forms are online at http://www.keremeos.ca/Interactive-Business-Map. Once filled out the form can be emailed to coordinator@keremeos.ca, by faxing a copy to 250-499-5477 or by mailing or dropping a copy off at the Village office (702 4th St., PO Box 160 Keremeos, B.C. V0X 1N0). Administrators ask that businesses provide current contact information along with any photographs they wish to be included with the submission.

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