UKcaravans4hire.com has appointed KC Communications to undertake its PR strategy to support the company’s ambitious growth plans. Following a successful pitch, KC Communications secured a 12-month contract to raise the profile of the online booking platform.
Huddersfield based, UKcaravans4hire.com, is the only platform to exclusively list static caravans for hire in the UK and offer an online booking platform. This makes it easier for holiday-makers to book staycations and for holiday home owners to let out their caravans. The site features over 5000 caravan listings across the UK.
With staycations growing in popularity year-on-year, caravan holidays are also enjoying an increase in demand. A recent report by Barclays claims that 55% of tourism businesses have seen a rise in domestic tourism since 2017, with several reasons given for this rise, including environmental concerns, convenience, and positive recent experiences of domestic holidays that people want to repeat.
KC Communications will raise UKcaravans4hire.com’s profile across trade and special interest press in both print and online media and in particular, will seek to support the firm in changing perceptions of caravan holidays to help the firm to increase its turnover by 70%.
Following the recent appointment, KC Communications founder Katrina Cliffe said, “Our team is delighted to have the opportunity to work with UKcaravans4hire.com. In the short space of time we’ve been working together we’ve seen a whole new side to caravan holidays and look forward to showcasing how people can have memorable holiday experiences and support British tourism in the process. We look forward to helping the team achieve its objectives through a variety of PR strategies.”
Gareth Irving, UKcaravans4hire.com Managing Director, added, “KC Communications was recommended to us, and the team’s pitch further demonstrated their vast knowledge and determination to achieve the best results for their clients. We’re looking forward to working with them to achieve our goals.”
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