Italian Government Tourist Automobile and Board Club Italia sign MOU
The president of ENIT (The Italian Government Tourist Board), Giorgio Palmucci, and president of the ACI (Automobile Club of Italy), Angelo Schicchi Damiani, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that delivers for the union of synergies for mutual collaboration to attract sports tourists in Italy.
The mutual benefit agreement sometimes appears as a multiplier of events that may attract sports tourists and become new opportunities to go to the united states to prolong their stay.
The tourist movement of foreigners who visit Italy by car at sports reaches 685,000 annually. ACI follows and supports sports of great media appeal like the Formula One Grand Prix (GP) in Monza, the global world Rally Championship in Sardinia, the Targa Florio the Mille Miglia, and the Golden Cup of the Dolomites.
It also handles special initiatives including the combination at the Monza GP of an exhibition of the Ferrari model in the historic center of Venice, with enormous public success in 2018. These initiatives could be organized with ENIT jointly.
The sports mentioned by the ACI president produce around expenditure of around 440 million euros and 3.5 million overnight stays.
“You want to repeat these operations by using ENIT also, that boasts delegations all around the global world, to ensure foreigners, but Italians also, are induced to go to our villages and our smaller cities, before or following the event and prolong their stay, with beneficial effects with regards to tourism shelling out for the territory,” declared president Damiani.
ACI launched the thought of starting immediately having an event which will bring the Ferraris and Alfa Romeos to Piazza Duomo in Milan on the occasion of the upcoming Formula One GP in September. The proposal was accepted by Palmucci promising an instantaneous likely to identify the projects of events and promotional operations to be completed jointly and in addition longing for the sharing with ACI of involvement in international projects.
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