Ena Mill Incentive for Tour Planers. Cruise for Buyers.
A golden key will unlock some great bargains at a Northwest coach venue during the Group Buyer Forum North event on Monday 18th September.
Taking place at the popular Samlesbury Hall attraction near Preston from 10.30 until 14.00, tour operators and group travel organisers will be able to meet tourist attractions, hotels, destinations and group venues from all over the north of England and the UK.
And they’ll be presented with a Golden Key at the event by Ena Mill Retail in Atherton near Manchester. Joint owner of Ena Mill Jonathan Addis explains:
‘If they bring their Golden Key to Ena Mill they can use it to unlock a special prize – they’ll also have a chance to shop and can see how great Ena Mill is for groups and coach parties,’ says Jonathan.
Organised by UK travel trade specialists Steve Reed Tourism Ltd, the Group Buyer Forum is a super day out for tour planners seeking ideas for their tours, holidays, breaks and excursions. Several operators are being hosted at the Last Drop Village Hotel the night before with dinner and accommodation in nearby Bolton. The group buyers will also take in a relaxing cruise with Kittywake canal Cruises based at Wigan Pier.
Exhibitors at the Group Travel Forum include Warner Leisure Hotels; Daish’s Holidays; Elizabeth Gaskell’s House Museum from Manchester; The British Music Experience from Liverpool; Destination Conwy from North Wales; Ullswater ‘Steamers’ from the Lake District; Blackburn Market; Visit Stoke; the Carden Park Hotel from Cheshire; Holmes Mill from Clitheroe; Browsholme Hall in Lancashire; Simply Groups form Ilkley; The Rendezvous Hotel from Skipton in Yorkshire; Squire Hotels; The Lowry in Salford Quays; the Olympus Restaurant in Bolton; Holiday Inn Express in Burnley and Ena Mill Retail from Atherton – to name just a few.
The Group Buyer Forum North follows on from the very successful event at RHS Wisley Garden in Surrey which, like the Samlesbury Hall event, gives the tour planners and opportunity to meet the travel trade face to face. The event includes meetings as well as lunch and special tour of Samlesbury Hall by ‘Janey the Witch’.
‘We like the idea of the Golden Key’ says Steve Reed.
‘The tour planners attending the event will be able to use their key to visit Ena Mill in Nearby Atherton and can discover some excellent prizes and bargains – they’ll also see how superb Ena Mill is for groups.’
‘And Kittywake Canal Cruises have kindly agreed to do a cruise for the attendees,’ says Steve
To have more information about exhibiting or visiting the event, or to reserve places, please contact:
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel –01420 560288