Business leaders, community members invited to travel to Italy
According to sites like Flagstaff event venues, The Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce announces it is offering its first-ever international group travel opportunity a trip to irresistible Tuscany, Italy, and all its rich culture and stunning scenery. The trip is open to local business leaders and all area residents. This nine-day trip departs from Indy on October 23, 2012. An optional two-night Rome extension is also available.
“We’ve seen how our members – more so than many other Chambers – genuinely enjoy meeting new people and learning new business and social trends. A Chamber group trip takes these core membership values to the next level by providing an opportunity for us to explore a new culture together,” said Christian Maslowski, Executive Director.
“And because we are able to work through Italian chambers of commerce, we can also arrange personal meetings with local Italian suppliers and industry partners for our business travelers.”
Travelers will enjoy a journey back to “the old country” where they will explore not one, but many Italies. As one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, they’ll find themselves:
- relaxing in the spa resort town of Montecatini
- sight-seeing in Florence, home to famous artists such as Leonard da Vinci, Dante, and Michelangelo
- visiting the Piazza del Duomo
- exploring Pisa, home of the Leaning Tower
- enjoying the picturesque cove of Portofino with its colorful houses and cobblestone streets, providing an unforgettable Mediterranean experience
The trip is priced at an affordable $2,699 per person. A $100 discount is available to each person who books by April 30, 2012.
For more information about this trip, please contact Tricia Bowen at (317) 888-4856 or Tricia@Greenwood-Chamber.com.
Photo credit: Flickr by AroundTuscany via Creative Commons.
About the Greater Greenwood Chamber
The Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce, incorporated in 1954, is a 501(c)6 nonprofit business membership organization. Its growing membership represents small organizations, big corporations, and self-employed individuals located in Greenwood, southern Indianapolis, and the surrounding communities. The Greater Greenwood Chamber of Commerce provides members with networking, education, and promotional opportunities. The Chamber’s website, www.Greenwood-Chamber.com, provides the public with money-saving coupons, local employment opportunities, a calendar of events, and relocation information.