Inishowen Tourism has received funding of €370,000 which will assist it in the promotion of tourism in the peninsula.
It will also mean the employment of five people full-time and one person part-time.
Siobhan Kelly Interim Manager for Inishowen Tourism said: “Funding like this will allow Inishowen to reach its full potential as a tourism destination,”
And she added: “I know 2015 is going to be a great year for the peninsula. Fáilte Ireland has predicted that there will be a 6% increase in overseas visitors for 2015 and we hope that Inishowen will capitalise on this increase.”
The funding comes from Pobal, a government initiative to support social and economic development.
Pictured are: Left to right, Donal Walker, Donegal Co Co; Heidi Woods, Inishowen Tourism, Jim Mc Clenaghan, secretary Inishowen Tourism, Joe McHugh Minister of State for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, John McGuinness, chairman, Inishowen Tourism, Pauline Perry, Pobal representative, Seamus Canning, Donegal Co. Council, Nan Allen, Inishowen Tourism, Siobhan Kelly, Interim Manager, Inishowen Tourism, and Sally Toland, Inishowen Tourism
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