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The new president of Castlebar Chamber, Oliver Kelleher, will have The Gathering Ireland 2013 as his main focus for the coming year.
The Castlebar Tourist Office, which is operated by Castlebar Chamber of Commerce volunteers and various employment schemes in the town, will receive €5,000 funding this year from the Town Council. Cllr Ger Deere told the budget meeting of Castlebar Town Council, “This is an invaluable service that has worked very well over the last year and we should continue to support it. I just popped in there before this meeting and they had 16 people call in already today and it’s a cold wet Tuesday in January.”
Mayo Chambers have called for the Government not to increase the cost of employment by transferring the cost of sick pay on to employers or raising PRSI in Budget 2013.
Businesses in Castlebar must be confident about their own offering and not worry about competition from neighbouring towns. This was the message of Wilson Bird, PRO of Castlebar Chamber of Commerce, speaking at an open forum discussion last week during which Castlebar town manager Seamus Granahan provided a progress report on developments in the county town.
Castlebar Chamber of Commerce is actively seeking to engage with more businesses in the town through the staging of a number of seminars, conventions and promotions all designed to pull the commercial sector in the town together.
This week’s edition of Saturday Forum will feature a discussion on Visit Castlebar, a Chamber of Commerce initiative set up to market the town as a key destination for shopping, entertainment, and culture.
In April 1912 14 men and women from Addergoole in north Mayo set sail from Queenstown, Cork, for a new life in America. Within days, 11 had died in the icy waters of the north Atlantic. Their ship, Titanic, sank on her maiden voyage.
Led by Castlebar Chamber of Commerce, the marketing initiative – Castlebar, Everyone’s Invited – set up to market Castlebar and attract more visitors to shop, stay, and have a great night out in the town has started to roll out its initiatives to draw more visitors for longer stays and greater spend in the town.
Castlebar Chamber of Commerce IS delighted to welcome the FBD Insurance Rás to the town on May 22 where there will be a stage finish. The sixth stage of Ireland's premier cycling event will finish in Castlebar and local businesses and sporting enthusiasts are encouraged to come out and give the competitors a hearty Castlebar welcome.