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Department of Tourism Moves to Government House

Sept. 6, 2007 – The Department of Tourism's visitor's bureau office has moved to the ground level of Government House on King Street, Christiansted, from its location on Company Street. The move will allow the department to continue servicing visitors in downtown Christiansted, according to a press release from DOT.
An added benefit to the move is that the staff will soon begin providing tours of Government House to visitors and other groups. Most of the administrative staff will now work from the Oscar Henry Customs House on Strand Street opposite the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility in Frederiksted town.
"These changes not only contribute to the Department's overall cost saving measures but also allow for greater efficiency by bringing our team together in a central location office," said Tourism Commissioner Beverly Nicholson Doty. "We look forward to continuing to serve the visiting public from both locations."
To contact the Frederiksted office, call 772-0357 or fax 772-9162.

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Sept. 6, 2007 – The Department of Tourism's visitor's bureau office has moved to the ground level of Government House on King Street, Christiansted, from its location on Company Street. The move will allow the department to continue servicing visitors in downtown Christiansted, according to a press release from DOT.
An added benefit to the move is that the staff will soon begin providing tours of Government House to visitors and other groups. Most of the administrative staff will now work from the Oscar Henry Customs House on Strand Street opposite the Ann E. Abramson Marine Facility in Frederiksted town.
"These changes not only contribute to the Department's overall cost saving measures but also allow for greater efficiency by bringing our team together in a central location office," said Tourism Commissioner Beverly Nicholson Doty. "We look forward to continuing to serve the visiting public from both locations."
To contact the Frederiksted office, call 772-0357 or fax 772-9162.