Tanner Young has developed strong and long lasting partnerships producing award winning publications since 1990. Offering a full complement of services from design, editorial, advertising/sponsorship sales, print management to distribution coordination enables Tanner Young to assume full responsibility. We take all the risk out of your branded publication. Our current publications include;
- Edmonton City Guide
- Alberta Meeting & Event Guide
- GO Yellowhead Travel Guide
We have produced branded custom publications for many clients for over 20 years. Let us put our expertise to work for you.
Alberta Meeting & Event Guide
The Alberta Event & Meeting Guide was first launched as the Greater Edmonton Meeting Planner in 1998. This practical guide to planning Edmonton Events was rebranded in 1999 as the Edmonton Destination Planner, which was produced annually for fifteen consecutive years.
In 2015 we returned to our original editorial mandate PLUS introduced a comprehensive resource guide for planners. We received outstanding support for the new publication and were asked to expand the resource guide to include Calgary, Red Deer, Banff/Canmore, and Jasper.
Alberta has a wealth of incredible venues, suppliers, and event experts that can pull off the glitziest of affairs to small, intimate gatherings, and this magazine was created to celebrate that. The Alberta Event & Meeting Guide showcases all that Edmonton, Calgary, Red Deer, and the mountain parks have to offer to anyone — from the first-time event planner to the professional — who is planning a meeting, conference, gala, wedding, or special event.Back to top
Edmonton City Guide
Since its debut in 1990, the Edmonton City Guide is the most requested Edmonton tourism publication. Filled with 80 pages of editorial and detailed business and attraction listings, the Edmonton City Guide is also the most comprehensive guide covering the Greater Edmonton area. With over 175,000 printed copies per annum, and over 200,000 distinct visitors to the Guide associated website (InfoEdmonton.com), the Guide reaches an accumulation of travellers no other tourist guide can match. The Edmonton City Guide has become a trusted reference tool for travellers. Although the guide is supported by advertising, our editorial has a reputation as reliable, impartial and accurate.
Each year, more and more people are discovering the usefulness of the Edmonton City Guide via www.whereedmonton.com, where the Guide exceptionally informative articles are reproduced. Through this website association, the Guide influences another 900,000 visitors, introducing them to the value and usefulness of the Edmonton City Guide.See the Edmonton City Guide online at InfoEdmonton.com Back to top
A tear-off single-sheet map of Edmonton with secondary maps highlighting the downtown area, and the city core, plus the Greater Edmonton area. Tanner Young Publishing Group have been publishing the mini-map for over a decade, and it is now a key tool used by visitor information centres and bureaus everywhere.Back to top
Our Alberta Magazine
Our Alberta magazine has been published since 1996 as a collaboration between WHERE Calgary and WHERE Edmonton magazines. Using the resources and expertise of WHERE Magazine, Our Alberta has become the most comprehensive province-wide visitor publication distributed throughout Alberta.
Readership: Albertans and out-of province visitors travelling within Alberta. 95% of surveyed readers have kept Our Alberta for future trip planning.
Editorial Outline: Our Alberta showcases all regions of the province with detailed information for travellers. Detailed listings cover attractions, activities, tours, accommodation, golf courses and more. Editorial features include the Ultimate Alberta, the must-sees, the hidden treasures and travel tips. Produced in a convenient pocket sized digest and sectioned in a geographical format makes this a reliable, easy-to-use reference source.Back to top
GO Yellowhead Travel Guide
The GO Yellowhead Travel Guide has been published by Tanner Young since 2005 for the Yellowhead Highway Association. This is the only comprehensiveGuide of its kind that covers this historic highway that traces its route through Canada’s four western provinces: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
With 75,000 copies printed per annum, the Guide is freely distributed to more than 150 towns and cities along the Yellowhead. The Guide is also available in a digital version. Each year, the updated Guide offers a wealth of information tailored for the recreational and business traveller of this highway. The compact, digest sized format presents customized editorial, including updated events, new and must-see attractions and exciting adventures in each of the four western provinces. The convenient listings of campgrounds and comprehensive listings for each community is a handy reference tool.
Recent market-survey results indicate 84 per cent of respondents either “visited or used the services of our advertisers,” while 97 per cent of respondents say “the guide influences their travel plans.” The officialGO Yellowhead Travel Guideis a must-have for all who travel this highway or plan to do so in the near future. See the GO Yellowhead Travel Guide online at goyellowhead.comBack to top