Memphremagog tourist office accessible to all
The new Memphremagog tourist information office at exit 115 of autoroute 10 has just been certified, by the Keroul organization, as ‘adapted’ for people with limited mobility. “In Memphremagog, tourist enterprises are more and more often able to host people with limited mobility,” said Nathalie Provencher, tourism director with the Memphremagog CLD. “These tourists represent a market of 430,572 people in Quebec, according to Keroul. It is therefore important that they are well-received at our new tourist information office,” she added.
Paralympic athlete and public speaker Lyne Tremblay visited the installation and was impressed. “The space has been perfectly adapted to the needs of people with limited mobility. I thank the team of the CLD for taking this initiative!”
Keroul is a non-profit organization that informs, represents, develops and promotes accessible tourism and culture for everyone.
Seen here at the Memphremagog tourist information centre is (l. to r.) Paralympic athlete Lyne Tremblay; Veronique Lacasse, marketing agent, Memphremagog CLD; and Nathalie Provencher, CLD tourism director.