Free Tourism Literature Exchange 28th March 2017 10am-12.30pm
51 tourism businesses have booked to exhibit their promotional materials and offers at this year's annual Literature Exchange organised by South Somerset District Council.
If you are a Bed and Breakfast owner, hotel manager or any other accommodation provider or if you run a pub, café, restaurant, or Tourist Information service, come along to the Literature Exchange and collect supplies of tourist attraction leaflets to give to your visitors. Meet with colleagues working in local attractions and other tourism businesses and also meet South Somerset District Council's Tourism Team.
Do you organise excursions or day trips for groups? Find out about local attractions direct from the people running them. You will receive all the details and advice you need to organise a successful visit such as prices and offers, facilities and the length of visit.
The event is a great opportunity for the tourism industry to get together, providing a one-stop shop for accommodation providers, tourist information centres and group organisers to pick up supplies of new 2017 season leaflets for their visitors and to find out direct from the attractions, about their latest facilities, prices and offers.
The event on 28th March runs from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm and is free to attend. To confirm attendance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01935 462390
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