Calvo, Tenorio, GHRA Talk Tourism

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Guam – Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association President Mary Torre and other GHRA board members paid Governor Eddie Baza Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio a courtesy visit Tuesday morning.
Governor Eddie Baza Calvo said, “The military buildup will jumpstart our economy, but I look at it as an opportunity to improve our number one industry, tourism.  We have to improve our island and market what we have to offer our tourists.”

The discussions also included the proposed visa waiver programs with China, Russia, and the Philippines.  “We need to diversify our tourist base.” Governor Calvo said, “Expanding our markets to China, Russia, and the Philippines will mean more jobs for our people and a higher standard of living for Guamanian families.”

Calvo, Tenorio, GHRA Talk Tourism

 

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January 25, 2011

 

 (Adelup, Guam) Guam Hotel and Restaurant Association President Mary Torre and other GHRA board members paid Governor Eddie Baza Calvo and Lt. Governor Ray Tenorio a courtesy visit this morning.

 

Governor Eddie Baza Calvo said, “The military buildup will jumpstart our economy, but I look at it as an opportunity to improve our number one industry, tourism.  We have to improve our island and market what we have to offer our tourists.”

 

The discussions also included the proposed visa waiver programs with China, Russia, and the Philippines.  “We need to diversify our tourist base.” Governor Calvo said, “Expanding our markets to China, Russia, and the Philippines will mean more jobs for our people and a higher standard of living for Guamanian families.”