Friday, January 8, 2010

Stephen Colbert Asked to Join Search for Bigfoot

Tourism Harrison is a Canadian non-profit society, incorporated under the BC Society Act (Harrison Tourism Society) and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. It was formed in 2007 in recognition of the vital role tourism plays in the Harrison Hot Springs region. It employs one full time and two part time employees.

On January 8th, 2010, Tourism Harrison announced, in a press release, an invitation to Stephen Colbert of the Comedy Central TV show "The Colbert Report" to join in the search for Bigfoot.

Below is the shortened version of the press release posted on the Tourism Harrison blog page:

Stephen Colbert Invite
Today Tourism Harrison invited Colbert Nation’s Stephen Colbert to embark on an official search for the Sasquatch during his planned trip to Richmond, BC for the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

In late 2009, Mr Colbert announced he’ll travel to Richmond BC to accept the city’s offer to become the official Richmond Olympic Oval ombudsman during the Winter Games.

If Mr. Colbert accepts our invitation, we will provide him transportation, accommodation and guidance. The search would be led by Sasquatch Investigator Bill Miller who began researching the creature in the early 1990’s. He attended a BC Sasquatch Conference in 1998 and has since been spending much of his time tracking the creature in the Harrison Hot Springs area.

Harrison Hot Springs has been the focal point of the mysterious ape-like creature, usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid which has intriqued millions of people since the late 1800’s.

We are in direct contact with Mr. Colbert’s team and will make an announcement on his decision to take part in the Sasquatch search as soon as possible.


We also have a newer post where Colbert and Conan O'Brien Talk about Bigfoot here.

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