Be Open Ready
The 148th Open, Portrush, 14 to 21 July 2019
Portrush is set to come alive when The 148th Open - the oldest Major in the world, returns to Royal Portrush Golf Club, and your business can benefit!
Getting Your Business Ready
For the first time in almost 70 years, this iconic tournament will take place at Royal Portrush Golf Club. There will be an unprecedented media focus, many hundreds of thousands of spectators, a global TV audience of millions and a terrific atmosphere of celebration. We will all want to showcase Northern Ireland as a fantastic destination and to give global visitors a warm welcome.
Business Toolkit: Top 10 Tips
This toolkit has been developed by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and Tourism NI to aid local businesses in maximising the commercial potential around The 148th Open. This famous competition is the oldest Major in the world and the only one held outside the US. It doesn’t get any bigger than that. For your local business, let’s really savour this and make the most of every opportunity it brings. This booklet gives you our top 10 tips on how you can engage with The 148th Open, before, during, and after…starting today! View or Download your copy of thetoolkit HERE or pick one up in your nearest Visitor Information Centre within the Borough.
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