The Expeditioners Magazine Truck
Wrap and Design by Auto Trim Estrie
5 month ago we prepared to depart on an adventure across Canada of epic proportions. A journey to discover and explore Canada like few ever do. An adventure of a lifetime. Through social media we knew we would be reaching hundreds of thousands of people, but we also wanted to reach those where we were visiting. For advertising, there’s nothing better than transforming your vehicle into the ultimate billboard. We knew the design would be really cool, but we never imagined the amazing impact it would have. Tens of thousands of people, if not more, saw the truck. A gas stations, people would come up an chat with us, same with any place we stopped. Folks from all over would whip out their cell phones to scan the bar code.. even while we were driving. After 16500kms of driving all over Canada, we’re ecstatic at the amazing effect our truck wrap–that was designed and done by Auto Trim Estrie, would have. Here’s a video of how the whole process of transforming your truck into an advertising platform works.
Thank you to the professional team at Auto Trim for their superb job on The Expeditioners Magazine Truck!
Photos and Videos by Roberto & Bella
Video Editing by Bella
Whistler, British Columbia, CANADA | THE EXPEDITIONERS | DESTINATIONS | Travel Guide to the World
By. The Expeditioners Roberto
Photos and videos by Roberto & Bella
WHERE: Whistler, British-Columbia, Canada
WHEN WE WENT: #ExpeditionCanada took us zig-zagging over 16500km—from East to West. After four months of exploring the country, we got into Whistler the second week of November and stayed for almost two weeks.
WHAT WE DID: Whistler is renowned for its skiing and snowboarding. Whistler/Blackcomb is by far the best ski resort that we have ever explored. With big powder dumps and vast terrain—it’s a downhiller’s paradise. Luckily for us, the resort came on board and sponsored us 4 days of skiing and boarding. Official opening date was November 28th—but the season’s snow started well enough that people were on the hills two weeks in advance already..including us. We went for short hikes—visited around town, and reminisced about all the crazy adventures we had on previous trips to the region: back-country skiing, heli-skiing, and snowshoeing!
WHERE WE STAYED: Our lodging was amazing in one of our favourite resort towns in the world: It began with the Hilton Resort & Spa, then Legends at the foot of Creekside, onto the Crystal Lodge in the heart of the village, and ended with the luxurious Chateau Fairmont Whistler.
Other Sponsors: Whistler Tourism | InReach Canada | Mountain Hardwear | HGregoire | AutoTrim Estrie | Whistler- Blackcomb
OTHER THINGS TO DO:
1. Snowmobiling Adventure
2. Go Zip-Lining from Tree Canopy to Canopy
3. Take the Peak to Peak Gondola
4. In summer time get an adrenaline rush with some downhill mountain biking
5. Mountain Biking what some call the best trails in the world.
6. Bungee Jumping
7. Explore Lost Lake
8. Whistler Sliding Center
9. Go Heli-Skiing. There’s nothing like it!
10. Cross-Country Ski the Black Tusk Trail
11. Go Back-Country skiing to Marriot Basin or Cerise Creek
HOW TO GET HERE:
A. Fly to Vancouver and then drive or take the shuttle to Whistler (only 1.5hours)
A moment into a long and heavy portage we did this summer 2013 on our canoe trip in Temagami, Ontario.
Video by: The Expeditioners Roberto & Bella