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Tourism: St Lucia launches 8th annual UK showcase

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Friday, 21 September 2018

Tourism: St Lucia launches 8th annual UK showcase

The Saint Lucia Tourism Authority has successfully hosted its eighth annual Showcase, 10th-14th September 2018 for more than 150 UK travel industry specialists. To introduce the programme, the Minister for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting announced the launch of a new National Tourism Advisory Committee, with the aim of creating a common platform for best practice in sustainable tourism for the island. Saint Lucia is only the second island in the Caribbean region to initiate such a forum with a wide range of 17 stakeholders drawn from private and public sectors such as the Saint Lucia Hotel and Tourism Association, the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force and the Saint Lucia Sea, Air and Port Authority (SLASPA). Hon. Mr. Dominic Fedee said: “We have brought together the key organisations and departments who contribute to the success of our tourism industry in Saint Lucia. Together, our vision is to create a sustainable and competitive future for our tourism, in a structured manner by reviewing its effectiveness with visitors and impact on our local communities.” Throughout Saint Lucia Showcase, a series of networking meetings and events took place covering Saint Lucia news, tourism developments and new information on accommodation and excursions. In attendance was a senior delegation from the island of the Minister for Tourism, Information and Broadcasting, Hon. Mr. Dominic Fedee; the new chairman of the SLTA Board Nicholas John and SLTA’s Chief Marketing Officer and Acting Chief Executive Tiffany Howard. Key partners of the SLTA also took part including hotel owners and their UK representatives, airlines and Destination Marketing Companies (DMCs) swapping ideas and updates with travel agents and tour operators.

Source: stlucianewsonline.com

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