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Causeway Coast businesses join Tourism NI’s Great Days Out Fair

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Local tourism businesses joined Tourism NI for their annual ‘Great Days Out’ Fair, the event held in the Slieve Donard hotel provides the opportunity to engage with over 500 group trip organisers from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

The exhibitors included Rathlin Island Ferry, Castlerock Golf Club, Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and the National Trust Giant’s Causeway and North Coast with representatives showcasing a variety of inspirational days out of interest to a mix of groups from church, sports and social clubs to community groups, retirement associations and many more to help encourage fun group outings in Northern Ireland.

The Fair gave the local tourism industry the opportunity to meet a targeted audience which can deliver business growth through their group day trips in 2017 and familiarise themselves with the quality and selection of attractions available on their doorstep.

For further information on group days out in Northern Ireland visit www.discovernorthernireland.com/groups.

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