ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA - September 29, 2015 - The Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) is pleased to announce the creation of videos that showcase Grenada’s competitive advantage to the world. In addition to the Pure Grenada brand(s), the videos are a part of the implementation of the Compete Caribbean project awarded to the GHTA by Canada and Great Britain. Pure Sailing is the first of a series of eight videos that will be released weekly for the next 8 weeks.
“The video will guide visitors and potential visitors through the ample product offerings available in Grenada for the world’s yachting community.” say Jerry Rappaport, President of the GHTA. “Yachting is very important to Grenada’s tourism industry. The continued development of the yachting sector will result in more jobs and increased spending, particularly among those that have boats stored and maintained here.” He explained.
Produced by: Les Stroud Productions Written by: Russ Jarman-Price Directed by: Russ Jarman Price Filmed & Edited by: Arthur Daniel Models: Melissa Suptil, Charles Jarman Price Special Thanks: Grenada Marine, Turbulence, Le Phare Bleu, Horizon Yacht Charters, Island Dreams Yacht Services, Spronk’s Provisioning, Port Louis Marina, Budget Marine.
About Grenada Hotel & Tourism Association
The Grenada Hotel and Tourism Association (GHTA) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation tasked with being the representative private sector voice of the island’s tourism sector. GHTA’s main purpose is to advocate and lobby on behalf of its members on matters affecting the tourism industry. In addition, the Association promotes educational opportunities for industry workers; assist in the development of cultural activities and aids in marketing the businesses of its members.
About Compete Caribbean
Compete Caribbean is a private sector development program that provides technical assistance grants and investment funding to support productive development policies, business climate reforms, clustering initiatives and Small and Medium Size Enterprise (SME) development activities in the Caribbean region. The program, jointly funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID) and the Government of Canada, supports projects in 15 Caribbean countries. Projects in the OECS countries are implemented in partnership with the Caribbean Development Bank.