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Aer Lingus Taste of America

21st February 2020 - 12:30pm

Ivan Beacom, Jenny Rafter and Dermot Lee

Ivan Beacom, Jenny Rafter and Dermot Lee

Aer Lingus’ hugely popular Taste of America Roadshow stopped at Belfast, Dublin and Cork. In tow for a whistle stop tour of the Irish travel trade, were 18 tourist boards from the United States as well as 32 separate suppliers.

 

Taste of America Roadshow to inform agents of their destination and products. There was nearly the full alphabet of sponsors (with a little poetic licence, we got to Z):

 

A is for Aer Lingus

B is for Bloomington with Mall of America and JW Marriott Bloomington

C is for Connecticut with Bradley Airport

D is for Disney Orlando, Florida

E is for England, New England CVB in fact

F is for Fort Lauderdale in Florida

G is for Greater Boston CVB

H is for New Hampshire CVG

I is for Illinois

J is for jewel, an emerald city, Seattle with the Port of Seattle & Hertz

K is for Kissimmee

L is eL Dorado State - California, the land of milk and honey

M is for Miami

N is for New York State with Dutchess County

O is for Orlando

P is for Philadelphia & Countryside

Q is for Queues you’ll avoid by pre-booking attraction tickets!

R is for Rocket, seen at Kennedy Space Centre, Florida

S is for Santa Monica on the West Coast in Los Angeles County, California

T is for Tampa, Florida

U is for Universal Orlando

V Vinyard, Martha’s to be exact, in Massachusetts with The Godfrey Hotel & North of Boston CVB

W is for Way to get there than ever, check out Aer Lingus for direct flights!

X is for eXtra baggage allowance so you can shop till you drop!

Y is for Yale University in Connecticut

Z is for A-Z covered by Brand USA


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Ivan Beacom, Jenny Rafter and Dermot Lee
Kathryn, Liza, Ivan, Andrea and Corinne (Aer Lingus)
Team Aer Lingus getting snapped by Ashley (NI Travel News).
TNicky and Megan from Aer Lingus cabin crew

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