Caerphilly Tourism Association is offering businesses working in the hospitality and tourism industry the chance to join the association free of charge for 18 months.
It comes after Caerphilly County Borough became the first local authority area in Wales to be placed under a local lockdown.
Stacy Francis, project coordinator for the association, said: “Becoming a member gives visitors confidence in business products and services.
“Being endorsed by the association gives the public that added assurance that they are a great place to visit.
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“Visitors and the local community will be desperate to get out and enjoy what the county borough has to offer over the Christmas period and into 2021 and the association can help to ensure this is promoted in a coordinated approach.”
To apply to join, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit obv.sr/tou to see a full list of association members.
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