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CHTA President Urges To Strengthen Tourism

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Enrique De Marchena Kaluche, president of the Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association, is urging the Caribbean to "strengthen international advertising and programs" to counter the effects of the tourism reductions seen across most of the region.
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New Committee To Examine Gaming Laws

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A committee has been formed to comprehensively examine the country's gaming laws, and its members are expected to have recommendations completed by the end of next month, Tourism Minister Vincent Vanderpool-Wallace told The Nassau Guardian.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 July 2009 08:09 Read more...
 

CHTA Names President-Elect For 2010-12

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The Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association (CHTA) has named Josef Forstmayr President-elect for 2010 - 2012.  Forstmayr is a director on the Jamaica Tourist Board and Managing Director at Round Hill Hotel & Villas in Jamaica. Before entering his two-year term, Josef will go through a one-year initiation as President-elect that will prepare him for his role as CHTA President.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 July 2009 06:35 Read more...
 

Wyndham Poll Proves Points System Value

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Twenty percent of Americans polled in a survey commissioned by the Wyndham Rewards loyalty program said they would be unable to take their next vacation without cashing in rewards points, indicating that the current economic climate has increased the importance of travel rewards points in vacation planning.
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Radisson Announces Addition of Our Lucaya Resort

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Radisson Hotels & Resorts today announced the addition of the Radisson Our Lucaya Resort, Grand Bahama Island, a 740-room landmark resort located in the heart of Grand Bahama Island. The AAA four-diamond oceanfront resort was converted to the Radisson brand, establishing Radisson's presence in the Bahamas and strengthening the brand's impressive resort portfolio in the Caribbean. Radisson currently operates two world-class resort properties in Aruba and St Martin.
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