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Join the Alliance for the Europe tour pre-departure meeting on April 18

Join the Charleston Area Alliance on April 18 for a pre-departure meeting for the Alliance’s 2012 business mission and cultural tour of Europe. A few seats remain for this three country journey.

The meeting will feature guest speaker Dr. William Trumbull of the West Virginia University College of Business & Economics.

Also at the meeting, Sharon Silva of National Travel will discuss travel details, charter bus information and signature events that visitors can look forward to on the trip.

The meeting will be held Wednesday, April 18 at 5:30 p.m. at the Charleston Area Alliance on 1116 Smith Street.

If you plan to attend, please RSVP to Jeri Adkins at JAdkins@CharlestonAreaAlliance.org or call 304-340-4253

Explore three European countries in this dynamic trade mission with other Alliance members. Travel for business reasons, or if you choose, just for the cultural experience.

Tour the historical Castle Hill area and visit 13th century cathedrals in Budapest.

Walk along the Danube River and visit the world famous opera houses in Vienna, the city of Mozart.

View the famous Historical Clock and the Cathedral of St. Vitus, Old Royal Palace and St. George’s Basilica in Prague, the city of 100 spires.

Click HERE for the trip brochure.

Since the trade missions began in 2010, more than 100 business and community leaders from the Charleston area have participated.

For the European tour, the Alliance will continue attracting new foreign direct investment and job creation to West Virginia, as well as showcasing some of Europe’s most breathtaking sights.

If you plan to travel with the Alliance in 2012 for business purposes, we encourage you contact the Alliance staff as soon as possible. This ensures that specific meetings with potential partners can be scheduled in advance of travel.

Please join fellow Charleston Area Alliance members and friends as we journey together to Budapest, Vienna and Prague this spring.

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