Caribbean Tourism Summit Kicks Off in D.C

WASHINGTON, D.C.Travel Agent is on location for the inaugural Annual Caribbean Tourism Summit (ACTS), which kicked off Sunday and runs through June 24. Although numbers are still be tallied, we were told as of Monday afternoon that nearly 300 delegates attended this event co-organized by the Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA) and the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO).

Editor Joe Pike is on location blogging from the event, bringing you news about CTO Chairman Allen Chastanet, keynote speaker Alan Greenspan, Montserrat's new airlift, the new president of the CHA, Puerto Rico's new cruise initiative and flight plans, Dominica's new flights, and the summit's conclusion.

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