WE'VE teamed up with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board to offer readers the chance to win a VIP weekend in the City of Culture for the 12th City of Derry Jazz and Big Band Festival which takes place May 2 to 6.
What does NITB stand for?
NITB stands for Northern Ireland Tourist Board
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- Nevada Interpreters and Translators Association (Reno, NV)
- National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center
- National Identity Theft Assistance Centre (UK)
- Northern Illinois Tactical (Shooting Club)
- National Immunization Technical Advisory Group (various nations)
- Northern Ireland Tenants Action Project
- NASA/IPAC (National Aeronautics and Space Administration/Infrared Processing and Analysis Center) Teacher Archive Research Program
- National Information Technology Apprenticeship System
- Network of Independent Travel Agencies (Philippines)
- New in the Box
- Not Intended to Be a Factual Statement
- Northern Ireland Tenpin Bowling Federation (UK)
- Not in the Bunker Yet (golf)
- Nail in the Coffin
- National Information Technology Center
- National Information Technology Council (Malaysia)
- National Institute of Technology Calicut (India)
- Naval Education and Training Security Assistance Field Activity International Training Center
- NAVFAC Information Technology Center
- Navy Instructor Training Course
Samples in periodicals archive:
Northern Ireland Tourist Board chief executive Alan Clarke said: "This year's Irish Open is sure to be one of the biggest in the competition's history with advance ticket sales reaching unprecedented levels and record crowds expected.
And to celebrate its anniversary, Northern Ireland Tourist Board has arranged a special accommodation offer at the nearby Belmore Court, with two nights' accommodation, breakfast and one evening meal from pounds 89 per person sharing.
The Northern Ireland Tourist Board said it was unaware of the gaffe,but said it did not need to borrow Welsh tourism icons as it had plenty of its own.
Northern Ireland Tourist Board cha"It is Of wmf chairman Howard Hastings said: "It seems a distant memory but it is only 18 months since the Audit Office was casting doubt over whether Titanic Belfast would make its projected break-even figure of 290,000 visitors.
Northern Ireland Tourist Board officials were left red-faced after a map on a leaflet advertising the renowned site put the attraction in the WRONG county.