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Showcase Your Tourism Champion

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Since 2011 the BHTA has partnered with the Nassau Guardian to produce a weekly column in the Business section called 'Tourism Champions'.  

This has featured interviews with over 100 persons from all walks of our industry who are making a difference in their own way. We want to invite you to recommend employees, managers, vendor reps, a taxi driver, etc. at any level (line, management, ownership) who you believe exemplifies the very best that our industry offers.

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CaribbeanTravel.com Promotes Regional Tourism

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chtaVacationers visiting the website will soon be able to register to win a free Caribbean vacation per month, plus be eligible for the Grand Prize one-week "Caribbean Vacation of the Lifetime" at the conclusion of the year-long promotion on the new website www.CaribbeanTravel.com, the only website that provides one place to experience the Caribbean region featuring 33 destinations, hundreds of hotels, attractions, restaurants, shops and local transportation.

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Last Day To Complete BHTA Industry Survey

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Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association
Year 2012 Industry Performance and 2013 Outlook Survey

The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association is conducting its annual Industry Performance and Outlook survey.  This is being undertaken to assist us with gaining a better understanding of the state of the tourism economy, its outlook, and the degree to which a number of factors are affecting or may affect your business. 

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BHTA Lifetime Director and the Organization’s First Hotelier of the Year Releases Book

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NettieTo gain valuable insight into the modern era of tourism in The Bahamas and how a Bahamian through hard work, grit, talent, and a compelling personality overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles and rose to the top of the industry….A Girl Called Nettie is worth a read.

For those who lived through The Bahamas Golden Tourism Age of the 60’s and 70’s, Nettica’s book provides vignettes of both the richness and challenges for a young Bahamian in those times.  The book takes you through her personal journey to build and operate her own hotel, Casuarina’s on Cable Beach, and later become a pioneer in eco-tourism creating the award-winning resort Different of Abaco.

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Tourism & Culinary Scholarships Now Available

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Thank you to BHTA members who supported last year’s fundraising activities…resulting in Bahamian students receiving 15 scholarships valued at $65,000!  Your room night donations and donations of products and services are positively impacting young lives. 

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