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BHTA & Culinary Team Host Culinary and Mixology Extravaganza

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The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) and the 2019 Bahamas National Culinary Team welcomed throngs of tourism industry executives, associates, stakeholders, supporters, family members and friends to their “Culinary and Mixology Extravaganza” held at SLS on Thursday June 13th, 2019.

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Central Bank: Bahamas Economy Sustained ‘Upward Trajectory’

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – The Bahamas’ economy continued to experience “upward trajectory” in February as an increase in long-stay visitors underpinned by improvements in the tourism sector, and foreign-led investments projects shored up activity in construction, according to data from The Central Bank of The Bahamas.

 

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Attention BHTA Hotel Members

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IMPORTANT REMINDER FOR HOTELS RE 2019 BUSINESS LICENSE TAX RATE

Please see important reminder re: the 2019 Business License Tax for hotels who fall within the below referenced parameters.

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BHTA Calls For Collective Approach On Issues Of Concern

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The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) recognizes the fact that our ability to provide, and promote a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for visitors and locals, is key to attracting guests to our destination and to delivering an ambiance where locals and visitors can fully appreciate the unique beauty, culture and history of the country, and to enjoy the genuine warmth and hospitable nature of Bahamians.

We further recognize The Bahamas is not alone in its efforts to protect its citizenry and transient guests; and that safety and security remains a high priority for all countries; including but not limited to the United States of America, Canada, Europe, Asia and the Caribbean.

The BHTA applauds the efforts of the private and public sector; The Royal Bahamas Police Force (RBPF); tourism businesses etc. and the individuals within these organizations who work diligently to provide the best possible experience for visitors. We acknowledge the fact that any incident which threatens the safety of visitors and/or locals is “one too many” and are pleased to see reports that incidents of serious crime, which largely impacts our local population, is on the decline, while crimes against visitors are minimal given the number of annual visitors to our islands.

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CHTA Scholarship Applications Being Accepted

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Dear BHTA Members;

Scholarship Applications are now being accepted for the Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association Education Foundation.

Please see following information for details:

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