Visit Suffolk urges county’s tourism firms to ‘shout louder’ in 2015
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Tourism-related businesses in Suffolk are being urged to make an early New Year’s resolution to shout louder about their offering during 2015.
County-wide tourism body Visit Suffolk is keen to hear from hotels, restaurants and visitor attractions, whether new or established, which it can then help to promote.
“Those of us lucky enough to live in Suffolk know that it is unlike anywhere else, but the key to ensuring that this sector continues to contribute to a healthy economy is spreading the word outside of the county boundaries,” said a spokesman for Visit Suffolk.
“From award-winning chefs and restaurants to stand-out hotels and attractions, there is sure to be a wealth of good news just waiting to be broadcast.
“Visit Suffolk already offers tourism business partners the opportunity to highlight their own offering on VisitSuffolk.com, and in addition to this, Visit Suffolk’s PR team ork closely with regional and national media to highlight the county’s myriad of ‘must-sees’ to those travelling in from around the UK.”
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Businesses wishing to respond to Visit Suffolk’s invitation should email email@example.com .
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