Tourism from US visitors on track for record year

Tourism Ireland has said it is targeting growth of 8 per cent from the American market this year, aiming to win a larger share for Ireland of all travel by Americans to Europe.

20th June, 2014
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Tourism Ireland has said it is targeting growth of 8 per cent from the American market this year, aiming to win a larger share for Ireland of all travel by Americans to Europe.

The Croke Park Classic, which takes place on August 30 will provide a significant boost, with more than 15,000 Americans set to travel to Ireland for the highly-anticipated American college football game between Pennsylvania State and the University of Central Florida.

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