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Scottish Tourism Month 2019

That the Parliament recognises that March is Scottish Tourism Month, which is coordinated by the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA); understands that the aim of this is to engage, connect and inspire all of Scotland’s tourism businesses and organisations, as well as celebrate the enormous contribution that tourism makes to the economy; believes that the industry will come together to host a variety of sectoral, destination and business events under the mantra, Tourism is Everyone’s Business; understands that the month offers an opportunity for anyone and everyone to get involved in the networking events and tourism conversations all over the country, including Scotland’s Marine Tourism Conference, which takes place at the Beacon Arts Centre in the Greenock and Inverclyde constituency on 6 March; considers Inverclyde to be the country's marine tourism capital; notes the calls for everyone to engage with the month, and hopes that the annual conference of the STA on 13-14 March is a success in bringing stakeholders together and proves to be impactful and inspiring.

Supported by: Miles Briggs, Claire Baker, Alison Harris, Bill Kidd, Richard Lyle, John Mason, Kenneth Gibson, Stewart Stevenson, Jamie Halcro Johnston, Gillian Martin, Jackie Baillie, Sandra White, Ruth Maguire, Fulton MacGregor, Alexander Burnett, Jenny Gilruth, David Torrance, Clare Adamson, Gail Ross, Angela Constance, Maureen Watt, Emma Harper


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 19/03/2019
 
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