About the Heritage Run Tourism Association (HRTA established 1992) Heritage Run tourism operators, Provincial and Federal government departments partnered from 1986 to 1992 under the Burin Peninsula Tourism Association. Additional partnerships grew to include Eastern NL, and St. Pierre & Miquelon tourism associations. In 1997 HRTA began staffing visitor information centres (VIC) through various government programs. By 2009, annual membership fees plus annual per capita levies from the five largest towns: Burin, Fortune, Grand Bank, Marystown and St. Lawrence, have provided resources for a full-time/part-time executive director/ VIC manager. The HRTA is run by a regional volunteer Board from tourism business, natural/cultural/heritage and development associations backgrounds. Several directors serve on other regional, eastern regional and provincial tourism boards. The Mission of the Heritage Run Tourism Association: 1. To promote the Burin Peninsula to both resident and non-resident markets 2. To profile the Burin Peninsula's unique character and anchor attractions, including St. Pierre & Miquelon from a national and international perspective. 3. To identify and help foster further development of anchor attractions on the Burin Peninsula. 4. To encourage tourism packaging and partnerships both on and off the Burin Peninsula. To fulfill its mandate, HRTA operates three visitor information centres (VIC): Goobies Visitor Information Centre is located on the Trans Canada Highway adjacent to route 210 entrance to the Burin Peninsula Marystown Visitor Information Centre is located on route 210 in Marystown, across from WalMart Fortune Visitor Information Centre is located in Fortune inside the Geology Centre across from the St. Pierre & Miquelon ferry terminal Click here for our supportive membership. Working together with other tourism operators fosters growth in the industry. Contact us to become a member: The Heritage Run Tourism Association P.O. Box 757 Marystown, Newfoundland Canada A0E 2M0 Tel: 1 (709) 279-1887 - Fax: 1 (709) 279-5116 Email: theheritagerun@nf.aibn.com
The Heritage Run Tourism Association P.O. Box 757 · Marystown, NL Canada · A0E 2M0 Tel: 709) 279-1887 ·Fax: (709) 279-5116 Email:theheritagerun@nf.aibn.com 
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Burin Peninsula
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Newfoundland & Labrador’s Burin Peninsula
About the Heritage Run Tourism Association (HRTA established 1992) Heritage Run tourism operators, Provincial and Federal government departments partnered from 1986 to 1992 under the Burin Peninsula Tourism Association. Additional partnerships grew to include Eastern NL, and St. Pierre & Miquelon tourism associations. In 1997 HRTA began staffing visitor information centres (VIC) through various government programs. By 2009, annual membership fees plus annual per capita levies from the five largest towns: Burin, Fortune, Grand Bank, Marystown and St. Lawrence, have provided resources for a full-time/part-time executive director/ VIC manager. The HRTA is run by a regional volunteer Board from tourism business, natural/cultural/heritage and development associations backgrounds. Several directors serve on other regional, eastern regional and provincial tourism boards. The Mission of the Heritage Run Tourism Association: 1. To promote the Burin Peninsula to both resident and non-resident markets 2. To profile the Burin Peninsula's unique character and anchor attractions, including St. Pierre & Miquelon from a national and international perspective. 3. To identify and help foster further development of anchor attractions on the Burin Peninsula. 4. To encourage tourism packaging and partnerships both on and off the Burin Peninsula. To fulfill its mandate, HRTA operates three visitor information centres (VIC): Goobies Visitor Information Centre is located on the Trans Canada Highway adjacent to route 210 entrance to the Burin Peninsula Marystown Visitor Information Centre is located on route 210 in Marystown, across from WalMart Fortune Visitor Information Centre is located in Fortune inside the Geology Centre across from the St. Pierre & Miquelon ferry terminal Click here for our supportive membership. Working together with other tourism operators fosters growth in the industry. Contact us to become a member: The Heritage Run Tourism Association P.O. Box 757 Marystown, Newfoundland Canada A0E 2M0 Tel: 1 (709) 279-1887 - Fax: 1 (709) 279-5116 Email: theheritagerun@nf.aibn.com
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