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Tourism Ireland Wins 'Best Tourist Board' Award In Canada

By Dave Simpson

Tourism Ireland has scooped a major travel award in Canada - "Best Tourist Board – Europe/Middle East/Asia" - at the prestigious Agents' Choice Awards, hosted by Baxter Media. The award was presented to Tourism Ireland in Toronto recently, at the 22nd annual Agents' Choice Award Gala, a major event in the travel industry calendar in Canada.

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Tourism Ireland took the number one spot in the ‘Best Tourist Board – Europe/Middle East/Asia’ category for the third year in a row, beating off stiff competition from 25 competitor tourist boards, including Iceland, France, Greece, Great Britain, Switzerland, Portugal and Italy.

Baxter Media is the largest provider of travel industry news and information in Canada and over 4,000 Canadian travel agents voted in this year's Agents' Choice Survey, selecting their favourite suppliers in 35 different categories - from tourist boards, airlines and tour operators to cruise lines, coach operators and car rental companies. Voters were asked to consider partners who have provided Canadian travel advisors with the support needed to survive and stay positive during the pandemic, who kept them inspired and helped overcome some of the hurdles of the past two years.

Statement By Tourism Ireland's Manager Canada

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Welcoming news of the award, Sandra Moffatt, Tourism Ireland's Manager Canada said, "We are delighted to have been awarded 'Best Tourist Board' in our category at the 2022 Agents' Choice Awards. I would like to take this opportunity to thank our travel trade partners across Canada - who continue to play a very important role in helping us to highlight the island of Ireland and to return Canadian visitor numbers to growth after a difficult two years. We are grateful for their ongoing support and friendship and we look forward to our continued work together in welcoming Canadians to the island of Ireland in 2022 and beyond."

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