Could the Tudor Street Fire tragedy affect Barbados Tourism? Ask the BHTA and Police, Video highlights with Jamaica’s Director General of Tourism, Carrole Guntley

Highlights from an important recent seminar where it shows that if the Tudor Street fire was handled differently it could backfire in Barbados’ good reputation as a Tourism destination.

Ms Guntley had the audience in stitches when she revealed how Foreign media were dressed like if they were touring Iraq, while regional journalists - who knew the lay of the land better, were dressed like a regular island tour

Ms Guntley had the audience in stitches when she revealed how Foreign media when heading for a sightseeing mission were dressed like if they were touring Iraq, while regional journalists - who knew the lay of the land better, were dressed like a regular island tour

Carrole Guntley – Jamaica’s Director General from their Tourism Ministry shows that when disaster strikes that sometimes nudging local and overseas media may be necessary to save an island’s reputation which is its sole bread & butter…

St Lucia & Anguilla are the only other caribbean islands with low murder rates apart from here, if we are going to avoid becoming Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad with high crime - we need to make the economy a better place once again so robbery and its other consequences is not seen as a first alternative, but only as a desperate measure of a cornered rat

{FILE IMAGE: PERP'S CAUGHT} St Lucia & Anguilla are the only other Caribbean islands with low murder rates apart from here, if we are going to avoid becoming Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad with high crime - we need to make Barbados' economy better once again so robbery and its other consequences is not seen as a first alternative, but only as a desperate measure of a cornered rat

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