PR – The Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) is pleased to announce a highly successful introductory meeting held between its esteemed Board of Directors and the Hon. Adrian Thomas, Minister for Tourism, the Creative Economy, and Culture. The meeting, which took place at Sandals Resort on Thursday, January 11th served as a platform for fostering collaboration and mutual understanding to propel Grenada’s tourism industry forward.
The GHTA Board expressed its utmost enthusiasm and eagerness to collaborate with Minister Adrian Thomas, recognizing his pivotal role in shaping the future of Grenada’s tourism landscape. The Board members conveyed their commitment to working hand-in-hand with the newly appointed Minister, aiming to build a robust and resilient partnership for the growth of the tourism sector. During the meeting, the GHTA Board presented a range of innovative solutions and constructive suggestions geared towards supporting and enhancing the tourism industry in Grenada. Recognizing the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, the Board showcased their dedication to contributing valuable insights and expertise to the formulation of policies and initiatives that will drive sustainable development in the sector.
“We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to meet with Minister Adrian Thomas and discuss the collective vision we share for the future of Grenada’s tourism industry,” stated Kendra Hopkin, President of the GHTA. “Our collaborative efforts aim to not only address the immediate needs of the industry but also to lay the foundation for long-term success, ensuring that Grenada remains a top destination for travelers worldwide.” The CEO, Arlene Friday, echoed Ms. Hopkin’s by adding, “I am delighted to witness the fruitfulness of today’s meeting and marks the beginning of a positive relationship between the GHTA and Hon. Adrian Thomas. Together, we look forward to unlocking new possibilities and ensuring a vibrant and sustainable future.”
Minister Adrian Thomas expressed his gratitude for the warm welcome and proactive approach taken by the GHTA Board. He emphasized the importance of public-private partnerships in realizing the full potential of Grenada’s tourism sector and welcomed the valuable input from industry stakeholders. The GHTA looks forward to a continued and fruitful collaboration with Minister Adrian Thomas, confident that this partnership will yield positive outcomes for Grenada’s tourism, creative economy, and cultural sector.