Sep 13, 2012 / 5:10 pm
The District of West Kelowna and the Chamber of Commerce are expected to meet soon to discuss the unresolved Tourism Intellectual Property Transfer Agreement.
Discussions are also expected to centre around the possibility of the chamber resuming management of tourism activities in the region.
Early in 2011, the municipality took over management of tourism activities after the chamber said it could no longer do so.
The chamber also relinquished operation of the Visitor Information Centre.
However, to date, the chamber has yet to relinquish related intellectual property including a website, logos, taglines, images, content and social medial pages, under the name of Tourism Westside.
The municipality says repeated attempts to engage the chamber about transferring of the intellectual property items to the district have been unsuccessful.
Council is seeking the meeting in an attempt to engage in meaningful discussion regarding the intellectual property and the future of tourism activities in the community.
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