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You could put St Helens on the tourist map
Updated 11:33am Tuesday 28th January 2014 in News
BUSINESSES and individuals from St Helens are elegible for a tilt at the region’s prestigious Tourism Awards.
Categories range from corporate awards such as Hotel of the Year, Guest Accommodation of the Year, Serviced Apartment of the Year to Bar of the Year and Large visitor Attraction of the Year.
Individual awards will be presented for outstanding customer service, the best apprentice and tourism ambassador.
Sara Wilde McKeown, Chair of Liverpool City Region’s Visitor Economy Board, said: “Our visitor economy is one of the most vibrant and exciting in the UK and it’s important that we reward excellence in the industry and recognise the businesses, organisations and individuals which are raising the bar and helping to ensure that the City Region’s offering continues to grow both in quality and diversity.
“This is a great opportunity for businesses in the sector to raise their profiles, communicate their success and differentiate themselves from their competitors and we are looking forward to seeing the best the city has to offer at the awards in May.”
For more information on the awards and to enter visit visitliverpool.biz. You can also call 0844 809 4399, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an entry form. The deadline for entries is Friday, February 28.
The best of the region’s £3.4 billion a year visitor economy will be honoured at the Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards at a glittering ceremony at St George’s Hall, Liverpool on Thursday, May 22
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