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WTM update, Nov. 7

The reopening of Little Dix Bay resort on 1 January 2020, three months ahead of schedule and trading turkeys for lobster with the lobster festival at the end of November are some of the reasons Tausha Vanterpool, the British Virgin Island’s manager in the UK, is exuding excitement in this interview
https://www.facebook.com/johnson.johnrose/videos/10157620462185883/?t=386

A strong summer performance, thanks to the highly successful campaign #WhatCoolLooksLike and projected further growth in 2020 are among the topics discussed by minister Charles Fernandez​ of Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Live​ in this interview.
https://www.facebook.com/johnson.johnrose/videos/10157620213300883/?t=446

Carol Hay​, the CTO​’s director of marketing for the UK/Europe, says it’s been another successful World Travel Market for the Caribbean
https://www.facebook.com/johnson.johnrose/videos/10157620082085883/?t=171

The CTO’s chairman, minister Dominic Fedee of Saint Lucia, appeals to industrialised nations to arrive at a common sense position on carbon emission and climate change in his address to the media at World Travel Market.
https://www.facebook.com/johnson.johnrose/videos/10157620438110883/?t=58

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