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BVICCHA inks deal for upscale tourism magazine

April 12th, 2019 | Tags: BVICCHA Virgin Islands magazine tourism Publishing
“The richly illustrated book will highlight local personalities and capture the beauty of the islands with captivating photographs, engaging stories and valuable information about shopping, dining, activities, attractions and so much more,” the release noted. Photo: Facebook
The BVI Chamber of Commerce & Hotel Association (BVICCHA) is a not-for-profit organization whose focus is to advocate for and promote a business-friendly environment for any business to start and grow in the Virgin Islands. Photo: BVICCHA
The BVI Chamber of Commerce & Hotel Association (BVICCHA) is a not-for-profit organization whose focus is to advocate for and promote a business-friendly environment for any business to start and grow in the Virgin Islands. Photo: BVICCHA
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - The British Virgin Islands Chamber of Commerce & Hotel Association (BVICCHA), has entered into a partnership with North South Net (NSN), a publishing company to develop ‘Visit the British Virgin Islands’, an upscale destination magazine to be distributed in guest rooms of member hotels, villas and yacht charter companies in Virgin Islands (VI).

According to a release, the upcoming publication will carry on the tradition of informing visitors about all the exciting things to see and do, while presenting a fresh take on the best experiences found throughout the territory.

Richly Illustrated

“The richly illustrated book will highlight local personalities and capture the beauty of the islands with captivating photographs, engaging stories and valuable information about shopping, dining, activities, attractions and so much more,” the release noted.

“We are very excited about this new publishing partnership with NSN,” says Nona Vanterpool, Chairwoman of the BVICCHA.

“With their vast knowledge of the Territory and their experience publishing print and digital products, NSN is positioned to be a valued strategic partner. We will be actively working together to promote our destination and attract more visitors to the BVI.”

November Launch

The annual publication will be available in November 2019, with a celebratory launch party planned.

“We’re honoured to be working with the outstanding team at the BVICCHA,” says Garry Duell Jr., of North South Net, while noting that “Travellers from around the world are always looking for inspiration [and] a high-quality print, digital publication and app that will enable them to discover the best of the BVI.”

6 Responses to “BVICCHA inks deal for upscale tourism magazine ”

  • True (12/04/2019, 21:50) Like (10) Dislike (4) Reply
    FACT I travel around the world and see these publications in all the hotel rooms, most I never even read and only sometimes I flick through, but never do I get an idea of something to do in the place I have planned to visit, because I have PLANNED before I arrive in my hotel room.
    • True Traveler (13/04/2019, 09:43) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      FACT is that you need to your research...

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thinkwithgoogle.com/consumer-insights/mobile-influence-travel-decision-making-explore-moments/amp/
  • WELCOME (13/04/2019, 07:13) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    The WELCOME magazine has been doing exactly this for decades, and doing it beautifully!
    • True (13/04/2019, 09:19) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
      they used to do it well, now unless you advertise with them you are not mentioned and so it is no longer a Welcome magazine for the BVI but just an advert for their sponsors.
  • my 2 cents (13/04/2019, 07:39) Like (8) Dislike (2) Reply
    The bvicc is joke
  • Heather Lively (15/04/2019, 11:28) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    I enjoy reading hotel books and planning all my excursions and dinner outings. My husband and I have been visiting the BVI for many years and we love sailing the islands - the only thing we reserve before we get there is the charter boat and then we plan the rest as we go.


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