A coalition of Puerto Rican tourism companies, led by ASTA's Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands Chapter and its President Ivan Soler, issued an open letter to the industry recently assuring would-be tourists that despite recent political upheaval, Puerto Rico is still very much open for business and leisure. As you know, inbound travel to the island is absolutely critical to its economy, employing at least 83,000 people, and growth in the sector had been playing a significant role in Puerto Rico's recovery from the devastation of Hurricane Maria. According to the coalition, "our industry is eager and ready to continue offering our great service and provide you with the best experience so you can create a memorable vacation your clients." Read more below!
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