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German Media Award Ireland

Tourism Ireland has been voted the number two tourist board in Germany, by a jury of some 161 influential journalists – including editors of national and local newspapers, 

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travel and special interest magazines, as well as freelance and online journalists.
 Pictured are Oliver Treptow and Judith von Rauchhaupt, both Tourism Ireland, with the award certificate for number two tourist board in Germany.
  For the 14th year in a row, the Tourism Ireland publicity team was named in the Top 10 among all tourist boards represented in Germany, in the annual TPR (Touristik PR) awards, in the ‘Verkehrsbüro des Jahres’ (tourist board of the year) category. The criteria under which the tourist boards were evaluated for this award included: product knowledge, comprehensive replies to enquiries, organisational skills and creativity. Tourism Ireland was ranked second overall.
 
 Zoë Redmond, Tourism Ireland’s manager Central Europe, said: “We are delighted to have been voted number two tourist board once again this year by the jury of German journalists. We are constantly looking at new and engaging ways of highlighting the island of Ireland to the media here in Germany – so we are particularly honoured to receive this award. A key element of our annual promotional programme involves working with German travel and lifestyle journalists and bloggers, to ensure they write or broadcast extensively about the island of Ireland as a holiday destination.”
 
 Tourism Ireland recently launched a new strategy to boost tourism from Germany, setting out challenging and ambitious targets which will see the island of Ireland welcome 800,000 German visitors per year by 2021, representing growth of +20%; and will see revenue generated by holiday visitors increase by +27%, to €375 million per year.
 
 
 
 

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