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Tour de France - Business Boost For North Yorkshire
8:49am 23rd April 2013
Welcome to Yorkshire is putting on a series of road shows across the county to celebrate the world’s greatest cycle race – The Tour De France coming to Yorkshire in 2014. Find out more about their successful bid to host the Grand Depart and what your business can be doing right now to benefit.
The road shows will include:
- An update on Welcome to Yorkshire's current activity with the Tour de France
- Information on plans for a cultural festival in the 100 days prior to the Tour de France
- An opportunity to meet the Welcome To Yorkshire team and ask any questions regarding Tour de France
- Tips and tricks to make the most of the event coming to Yorkshire
If you would like to attend you can register by following the link below to Welcome to Yorkshire's Eventbrite page
If you have any further questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org / 0113 322 3564
When is it
Date: 23 April 2013
Time: 13:30 - 15:30
Where is it
Hospitium Museum Gardens
Attend this event
This event is FREE
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