“The government is committed to strengthening working relationships with our tourism stakeholders,” Tourism Minister Vance Campbell said as he visited tourist accommodation across the island to meet with managers.
Minister Campbell — accompanied by MP Crystal Caesar — met with Mid Ocean Club General Manager Austen Gravestock, Grotto Bay Resort General Manager JP Martens and Cambridge Beaches General Manager Clarence Hofheins.
“These visits are great opportunities for me to hear firsthand how these properties are operating in Bermuda as we reopen from the worst of the pandemic, and how the government can provide assistance,” said Minister Campbell. .
“I appreciate the contributions made by dedicated staff and managers to maintaining and strengthening our tourism product and growing our economy. This was an opportunity to emphasize the importance of having frank and open discussions about any issues or concerns they might have.
“I plan to visit other tourism-related businesses, large and small, to hear first-hand from the people who have invested and engaged in this vital industry in Bermuda.”
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