CHTA’s Environmental Arm Re-Elects Hopkin

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In its 2010-2011 election, the Caribbean Hotels and Tourism Association’s (CHTA) environmental arm, the Caribbean Alliance for Sustainable Tourism (CAST), recently re-elected Sir Royston O. Hopkin. Hopkin is the owner and chairman of Grenada's award-winning Spice Island Beach Resort. He will serve as the chairman of CAST for the fourth consecutive, two-year term.

“Sir Royston has been at the forefront of sustainable tourism issues from the very beginning working tirelessly to ensure the sustainability of the Caribbean hospitality industry, and has always exhibited the necessary dedication, perseverance and professionalism,” said Alec Sanguinetti, director general and CEO of the CHTA. Haydée Raineri, senior vice president of hospitality and human resources for Group Punta Cana was elected as deputy chairman.

See more about the Spice Island Resort in the video below.


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