The Cayman Islands Tourism Association and the Sister Islands Tourism Association got together in Cayman Brac at the weekend to come up with different solutions for the future of tourism in the Cayman Islands.
The CITA’s Board of Directors and the SITA’s Executive Committee put their heads together Saturday on Cayman Brac.
‘We just decided to get together as two associations to see what plans we can come up with,’ said CITA Assistant Director Casandra Hibbert.
‘It’s about the SITA and the CITA working together to come up with different solutions,’ she said.
‘What came out of the meeting was that we both want to tell the world the Cayman Islands are open for business. We also acknowledged our appreciation for the partnerships we’ve forged with the Department of Tourism and the Ministry. We want to continue working with Government in this way,’ she said.
‘We want to give out the message that it’s a brand new day for the Cayman Islands.’
The meeting followed a social gathering and dinner for CITA Directors and SITA Executive Council on Friday evening which also included SITA members, Sister Islands MLA Lyndon Martin and Cayman Brac District Commissioner Kenny Ryan.