The company that’s synonymous with popularizing Churchill’s polar bears in leisure travel markets all over the world and sharing with these travellers northern Canada’s wildlife, culture and history is moving confidently into the future under a new generation of leadership. John Gunter was recently appointed president and CEO of Frontiers North Adventures.
“We work hard building world-class travel programs and our goal is to continue to share Canada’s North with more people all over the world,” said John Gunter, who has taken over the company from his parents and founders, Lynda and Merv Gunter. Frontiers North Adventures was established in 1987.
“Our adventures attract travellers looking to experience the unique people, beautiful scenery and engaging wildlife of Canada’s North. As stewards, we have the responsibility to ensure our activities positively contribute to these destinations.”
The company specializes in expert-guided adventure travel in Canada and is best known for its Tundra Buggy and Tundra Buggy Lodge excursions to see polar bears near Churchill, Manitoba, where the company also hosts summer beluga whale-watching and winter Northern Lights adventures. áOther tours include Arctic ocean cruises and wildlife-viewing in Nunavut and British Columbia.
As part of this change in leadership, Frontiers North Adventures also named Jennifer Ash, MBA, CMA as vice-president, finance and operations and Tricia Schers as vice-president, marketing, sales and media.
For more, go to http://www.frontiersnorth.com .