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At Shannon Airport were Margaret O'Brien, CEO Ennis Chamber, Kenny Deery, CEO Galway Chamber, Dee Ryan, CEO Limerick Chamber, Stephen Keogh, President Shannon Chamber and Mary Considine, CEO Shannon Group. Pic Arthur Ellis.

New initiative to boost hotel trade

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SHANNON Group and Ennis, Limerick, Shannon and Galway Chambers of Commerce have teamed up on an initiative designed to stimulate hotel bookings and highlight the range of air services available from Shannon Airport.

Their #StayAndWin campaign will see visitors who stay at a Chamber of Commerce member hotel in Clare, Limerick or Galway get a pleasant surprise during October as they will be eligible to enter a free competition to win one of four flights for two people to a choice of any of the 18 Shannon Airport destinations this winter, which includes services to six new destinations. Free airport parking is also included in the prize.

Running until November 1, four winners will be selected, one from each Chamber district, Limerick, Shannon, Ennis and Galway.

The idea behind the promotion is to support local hoteliers in the shoulder season and raise awareness of the exciting range of air services available from Shannon Airport. Hoteliers will benefit as it gives them an incentive to gain extra business and reward loyal customers, and Shannon Airport routes benefit from the promotional campaign run by hotels and Chamber members and the airport.

Speaking at the launch Mary Considine, CEO, Shannon Group said: “We are delighted to be working with our Chamber partners and hotels to stimulate footfall in the region’s accommodation sector and raise awareness of the destinations available from Shannon Airport. We hope the first of many such collaborations.”

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About Owen Ryan

Owen Ryan has been a journalist with the Clare Champion since 2007, having previously worked for a number of other regional titles in Limerick, Galway and Cork.