Campbell River on NBC this weekend

The action packed World of Adventure Sports television series filmed earlier this summer in Campbell River & Region premiers this weekend.

  • Sep. 8, 2011 4:00 p.m.

The action packed World of Adventure Sports television series filmed earlier this summer in Campbell River & Region premiers this weekend.

Host Todd Harris and the film crew from NBC’s World of Adventure Sports will be broadcasting the show featuring Campbell River and Mount Washington Saturday, at 11 a.m.  The program will also be shown in rerun more than 100 times in 2011-2012 on both Versus and NBC Universal, as well as online at In Campbell River the show can be viewed on Shaw Channel 46 and Telus Channel 21.

The program, which is expected to been seen by viewers across North America, was identified by Rivercorp and Tourism Campbell River and Region as a great destination marketing opportunity.

In addition to the adventures at Mt. Washington, watch for the debut of two Campbell River commercials during the show. These Campbell River & Region promotions showcase adventure and tourism opportunities in the region. The commercials, sponsored by Rivercorp, were created by local businesses Tremain Media Inc., Earworm Sound and Rootbouy Entertainment. The World of Adventure Sports program, which was hosted from Campbell River, profiles the Bearclaw Invitational hosted at the Mount Washington Alpine Resort highlighting the most progressive slope style mountain biking events of the year.

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