Brison’s motion to gather opinion on CTO passed

Tourist Bureau Head Rolando Brison receives his CTO Board of Director pin from Charlene Drakes, Executive Coordinator at the CTO Secretary General office.


NEW YORK, New York–A motion to install a workgroup to go further into forming a collective opinion of the Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO) for its five-year strategic plan was recently passed at the organisation’s Caribbean Week meeting in New York on the proposal on St. Maarten Tourist Head Rolando Brison with the support of Belize and Turks and Caicos.

  The workgroup was invited to St. Maarten by Brison for a three-day visit to execute its task. This invitation and motion were put forward in the CTO session on its five-year strategic plan that will lay the framework for marketing and development of the region.

  Brison received his Board of Directors pin from CTO at Caribbean Week.

  “I was very proud to be back at CTO. I was here representing my country as Junior Minister, now I am proudly here as a Director,” Brison said.

  The CTO Board of Directors is the highest executive body of the organization.

  Tourism Minister Mellissa Arrindell-Doncher congratulated Brison. She said he is “more than capable of representing St. Maarten as well as engage in discussions that benefit the region.”

Source: The Daily Herald