Now that you ‘speak St. Kitts Culture and Heritage’, share the knowledge and make it viral

Source: SKNVibes
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With St. Kitts and Nevis showing positive signs of growth in its tourism industry post pandemic, stakeholders in the industry who earlier this month participated in the two-day ‘I Speak St. Kitts Culture and Heritage Workshop 2022’ have been beseeched to make the message they learned viral.

Addressing the 25 workshop participants on Thursday November 24 at a certificate presentation ceremony, Assistant Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism, who is also Chair of St. Kitts Sustainable Destination Council (SDC), Mrs Diannille Taylor-Williams, told them that sharing the message they learnt is one of the ways that tourism will become sustainable.

“Let us cause a revolution by passing on this information, and encouraging our people to have a sense of place because very often we hear the stories, and yet our young people they do not know the treasure that we have,” said Mrs Taylor-Williams at the ceremony which was held at East Independence Square in Basseterre.

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