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Marketing event for Huntingdonshire Association for Tourism

By March 8, 2013March 11th, 2013All members

Huntingdonshire logoSince the closure of all local tourist information centres the Huntingdonshire Association for Tourism (HAT) is now a focal point for people looking for accommodation and attractions in the area. Our membership includes some of the largest hotels right through to small bed & breakfast establishments, including caravan parks, self catering and guest houses, which between them offer around 600 rooms to the business and leisure visitor.

Nigel Temple

Nigel Temple

Marketing consultant and author Nigel Temple will be speaking at the Huntingdonshire Association for Tourism Annual General meeting on Friday 19th April 2013. Nigel’s presentation is entitled ‘Attracting more customers through the web’. He will be reviewing the attendee’s websites and providing practical advice and ideas to make them more effective. Nigel has taught internet marketing since 2000 and he has reviewed over 10,000 websites during that time.

Wyboston Lakes, Great North Road, Wyboston, Bedfordshire, MK44 3AL

10.15 – 11.15 HAT AGM Closed meeting
11.15 – 11.30 Coffee meet & greet
11.30 – 12.45 Nigel’s presentation part 1
12.45 – Break for lunch & network
1.15 – 2.30 Nigel’s presentation part 2

For more information, prices and ticket availability, please contact Janice Thompson via email or by calling her on 01480 476 319.

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The Huntingdon Association for Tourism was formed during the eighties to encourage tourist and business ventures in the area. Huntingdonshire has a wide range of accommodation, including friendly B&Bs, guest houses, historic and modern hotels, as well as self catering, caravan & camping sites. All accommodation provided by members is inspected by Huntingdon Association for Tourism (HAT), Visit Britain (VB) or the AA.

All of Huntingdonshire’s accommodation providers can help you to explore the area and assure you of a warm welcome. Find out more:

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