Destination development in any small community is usually more about individual businesses’ efforts rather than collective pushes towards higher visibility. In Glendaruel (and Colintraive) this has started to not be the case, and with the reorder of the VisitGlendaruel website, small steps have been taken to ensure this delightful corner of Cowal remains generally unknown no longer.
With the use of a different front page, a re-editing of the blogroll, insertion of more and relevant news items and a clean up of all the internal links and menus, the site is now ready and waiting for the publicity generated from the publication of this year’s Cowalfest guide.
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