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Killarney To Launch Development Strategy To Become Ireland's Leading Accessible Tourism Destination

19/10/2018 

Banner from Killarney Chamber announcement Open Business Meeting on Accessible Tourism25 October 2018, Killarney, Ireland. Killarney Chamber is hosting an Open Business Meeting at 6.30 p.m. in The Brehon with Tourism Minister Brendon Griffin, updating the business community on work to date and plans for developing accessible tourism in Killarney over the coming years.

The objective of the evening is to launch our strategy to become Ireland's leading accessible destination.

We want to highlight the many achievements to date undertaken by both public and private sectors and show how, collectively, Killarney can lead the way in a sector that was worth an extra £1.3 billion in Scotland alone in 2015.

The event is open to anyone in business in Kerry and will be followed by a buffet, priced at €15 Members or €20 Non-Members.

RSVP to chamber@killarney.ie by Monday 22nd October.

Kind regards,

Paul O'Neill
President Killarney Chamber of Tourism & Commerce

Killarney Chamber logoKillarney Chamber of Tourism & Commerce, 2nd Floor, Tourist Information Office,
Beech Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland.
Telephone: +353-64-66-37928      
Web: www.killarney.ie
Email: chamber@killarney.ie


ENAT Member logoKillarney Chamber is an Associate Member of ENAT.

The Brehon Hotel and Angsana Spa is an ENAT Associate Member and holds the Silver Accreditation of the World Tourism for All Quality Programme.

 

General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Location: The Brehon, Killarney
Start Date: 25/10/2018
End Date: 25/10/2018

Reference

Source: https://killarney.eu

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