Aruba Prepares to Host Caribbean Marketplace 2007

There's still time to register for Caribbean Marketplace 2007, to be held Jan. 14 through 17 in Aruba. Buyers who attended Caribbean Marketplace in 2006 generated more than $80 million in new business, while suppliers realized over $120 million in new business. Caribbean tourism suppliers are from 36 Caribbean destinations. The format of the event is two days of pre-scheduled business appointments. Buyers and suppliers meet face-to-face to discuss existing contracts, develop packages, and contract for future business. It's reported that buyers and suppliers anticipate a 40 percent increase in new business in 2007. For U.S. visitors or those traveling through the U.S., Aruba provides U.S. pre-clearance services, in which visitors clear U.S. customs and immigration in Aruba. For more information visit [www.caribbeanhotelassociation.com].

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