BHTA Showcasing Tourism Champions

Tuesday 05th, March 2013 / 08:57 Written by

Since 2011 the Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) has partnered with the Nassau Guardian to produce a weekly column in the Business section called ‘Tourism Champions’.

This has featured interviews with over 100 persons from all walks of our industry who are making a difference in their own way.

The BHTA invites you to recommend employees, managers, vendor reps, a taxi driver, etc. at any level (line, management, ownership) who you believe exemplifies the very best that our industry offers.

The weekly feature not only highlights the individual but it also highlights your company and can include a photo of the Champion with a captioned shot in the feature.

Our goals are quite simple:

(1) To recognize and showcase the depth and breadth of talent in our industry;

(2) to broaden the public’s appreciation and understanding of the industry; and

(3) to motivate others to consider pursuing one of the more than 1,000 different job/career classifications in tourism.

This is a great motivational tool.  We look forward to receiving your recommendation(s).
Please take a moment and complete the section below and return to us.  You can recommend more than one employee in different departments and we will then contact them and assist with writing their story.

NAME OF EMPLOYEE:

JOB TITLE:

DEPARTMENT:

EMAIL ADDRESS

TELEPHONE CONTACT:

We look forward to featuring your champion and bringing additional recognition to your property.

Editor’s Note: In the theme of recognizing Bahamians also visit: The Bahamian Project which seeks to provide recognition, foster  cultural awareness and create a record of the people who make The Bahamas so unique.

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