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Value Cabs and Visit Belfast driving city's tourism

By Staff Reporter

Published 11/08/2015

Value Cabs' Christopher McCausland, Visit Belfast chief executive Gerry Lennon, the taxi firm's Stephen McCausland and Anne McMullan, marketing and communications director at Visit Belfast
Value Cabs' Christopher McCausland, Visit Belfast chief executive Gerry Lennon, the taxi firm's Stephen McCausland and Anne McMullan, marketing and communications director at Visit Belfast

Value Cabs and Visit Belfast have announced they will work together to drive tourism growth in the city of Belfast over the next three years.

Their renewed partnership was celebrated by Value Cabs' Christopher McCausland, Visit Belfast chief executive Gerry Lennon, the taxi firm's Stephen McCausland and Anne McMullan, marketing and communications director at Visit Belfast. Value Cabs has more than 650 cabs in its fleet and provides taxi, tour and chauffeur services for visitors.

"As an expanding business we believe Belfast can realise its full tourism potential," said Stephen McCausland.

"We see true value in supporting the successful marketing and sales efforts of Visit Belfast and the wider tourism and hospitality industry."

Gerry Lennon from Visit Belfast added: "Strong partnerships and collaboration have been the cornerstones to the city's recent tourism successes and I'm delighted that Value Cabs are continuing its commitment to tourism through this strategic partnership agreement."

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