Supported by Kildare County Council, Into Kildare is the official tourist board for County Kildare. Working with over 100 tourism and hospitality businesses across all sectors of the industry, Into Kildare promotes the county to domestic and international markets to make Kildare a destination worth visiting.
Into Kildare is a not-for-profit membership association, supported by Kildare County Council and is the voice of tourism representing the interests of the industry at national and international level.
Tourism is an important contributor to job creation and makes a positive impact to the economic and social wellbeing of the County. Into Kildare contributes to and influences the long-term strategic development of County Kildare and engages with stakeholders in order to drive tourism growth.
As the official tourist board, Into Kildare has a remit to
“build an exciting, sustainable tourism industry in County Kildare where stakeholders work together to design and deliver quality experiences for domestic and international visitors, create jobs, boost local economies and protect the natural environment.”
To achieve this, there are six core pillars:
David Mongey, Mongey Communications
Brian Fallon, Hon Treasurer (Fallon’s of Kilcullen) Brian Flanagan, Ass Hon Treasurer (Silken Thomas) Anne O’Keeffe, Hon Secretary Sonya Kavanagh (Kildare County Council) Liam Dunne (Kildare County Council) Cllr. Suzanne Doyle (Kildare County Council) Michael Davern (Hotelier) Kevin Kenny (Shackleton Museum) Tom McCutcheon (Kildare Town Heritage Centre) Evan Arkwright (Curragh Racecourse)
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