The Louth Holidays stand was represented by Frances Taylor – Cooley Peninsula Tourism Officer, Tim Mullins – Glen Gat Guesthouse and Sinéad Roche – Dundalk Tourist Office and Darragh Murtagh – Dundalk Stadium and Adrian O Sullivan – Louth County Council at the National Holiday Show in Dublin from Jan 24th – 26th.
Minister of State for Sport and Tourism visited the Louth Holidays stand at the Holiday World Show on Saturday 25th January. Also pictured are Darragh Murtagh (Dundalk Stadium), Maureen Ledwith (The Holiday World Show organiser), Frances Taylor Cooley Peninsula Tourism Officer, Tim Mullins (Glen Gat Guesthouse) and Sinéad Roche, (Dundalk Tourist Office)
The stand was extemely busy and reported an increase of interest from the public, in particular for the Carlingford & The Cooley Peninsula area.
‘The show was a great opportunity to provide information on our upcoming events such as The Tain Walking Festival, The Nationl Leprechaun Hunt and The National Poultry Races. It also provided a valualbe opportunity to inform visitors about the upcoming Carlingford to Omeath Coastal path in particular. Our EDEN (European Destination of Excellence ) partners over at The Greenway in Mulranny continues to report tremendous growth in their visitor numbers and have been very helpful to Omeath District Development in regards to preparation for the opening of the path’. said Frances Taylor, Marketing & Development Officer for the Cooley Peninsula. ‘We believe that this will directly generate more visitors than any other project that has been proposed for the area. ‘