Bloomin' Tulips Festival can't be missed in new promotion

Wynyard's Bloomin' Tulips Festival will be out there for all to see, thanks to a new sponsorship deal with Kelly's Waste Management.

Festival Truck

Garbage trucks may not be known for being used for advertising purposes, but that is exactly what Kelly's Waste Management will be using their newest truck for. 

This week saw the unveiling of a new truck with a sign on both sides promoting the Bloomin’ Tulips Festival.

"Kelly's Waste Management have been a service provider to the Waratah-Wynyard Council and community for over 48 years," John Kelly from kelly's Waste Management said. 

"We have just recently been given the collection of wheelie bins contract again for another seven years and we would like to help in giving back to the community in providing sponsorship in advertisement for the wonderful Bloomin' Tulips Festival event," he added. 

Waratah-Wynyard Mayor Robby Walsh and Bloomin' Tulips Festival Project Officer Chantelle French were both delighted with the promotion.

"I think it looks fantastic," Ms French said. 

"The truck travels up every single street and stops at every household every week in Boat Harbour, Sisters Beach, Waratah, Somerset and Wynyard and also travels to Port Latta twice per day and then travels through to Burnie.

"The amount of exposure for the festival will be absolutely amazing."  

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