Ireland Goes Green
Wish You Were Here… For Us.
To the Irish Government,
We need to be here to deliver €800m each year in International visitor revenue. 200,000 jobs are relying on you – the Irish government.
Specialized Travel Services, along with other Irish Tour Operators, Coach Hire Companies, Chauffeur Drivers, Tour Guides, Hotels, Accommodation providers, Visitor Attractions, and other Irish Tourism suppliers, the Cruise industry, and Irish Event, Incentive & hospitality businesses, have all seen a 100% decline in business in 2020.
We are all capable, ready, willing and able to deliver safely for our teams, our suppliers, our clients and for the Irish economy and need support to help maintain our amazing tourism industry until we can welcome overseas visitors here again.
We stand together with our industry colleagues and remain focused on the needs of all of our wonderful clients worldwide and we are here, for them!
Going Green To Save Irish Tourism.
To shine a light on the major role that inbound tourism plays in delivering international visitors to Ireland the call went out to ‘green’ as many tourism businesses and locations around Ireland as possible on Thursday 8th October 2020 to create maximum visual impact.
Here is a small peek at only some of the Irish Tourism suppliers & locations around Ireland which turned Green for Irish Tourism –
EPIC Museum, Dublin City – Going Green © https://twitter.com/epicmuseumchq
Titanic Belfast, Belfast City – Going Green – © Pinterest – Titanic Belfast
Wish You Were Here
Let’s look at travel through a new, brighter, clearer lens and restart tourism in Ireland. We extend our invitation to book Your 2021 Ireland vacation of a lifetime with your family and friends and to take a breather in Ireland. Contact our team by filling in the Contact form Or by an email to email@example.com.
Note: Featured image at the top of the blog is of Trinity College Dublin City © tcd.ie
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