Cambria Chamber of Commerce plans trip to Tuscany

ktanner@thetribunenews.comAugust 15, 2013 

Florence is one of the Italian cities on the itinerary for a trip planned by the Cambria Chamber of Commerce.

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The Cambria Chamber of Commerce, which normally promotes in-town business, is sponsoring a trip to Italy in March.

It’s a fundraiser, according to Mary Ann Carson, chamber executive director, a trip put together by a company that targets its marketing to chamber groups. “The beauty for me,” she said, “is the chamber-travel agencies do all the work, handle the money, do the printing” and the other chores.

The Tuscany trip ($2,699 per person if deposited by Sept. 1) includes round-trip airfare, seven nights at first class hotels in Florence, Pisa & Lucca, Siena, Cinque Terra (optional), San Gimignano, the Chianti region and Montecatini, starting March 20. It’s open to everyone, not just chamber members.

An informational meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 22, at Rabobank, 1070 Main St. The meeting is designed to explain about the fundraiser and how business people and others who take the trip will benefit while enjoying international travel.

For details, go to www.cambriachamber.org or call 927-3624.

Email Kathe Tanner at ktanner@thetribunenews.com. Read more “Slices” at thecambrian.com.

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