As the 2022 holiday season kicks into high gear, the Virgin Islands Economic Development Authority joins the nationwide effort to inspire communities to shop locally at small businesses on Small Business Saturday — Nov. 26. — one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year.
Nearly 70 yachts, both power and sail, with uniquely qualified professional crews, were on show to over 160 brokers from over 100 charter businesses in the Caribbean, U.S. and Europe, which market the territory’s customized boutique marine vacations.
Alpine started this tradition in 2011 of giving complementary turkeys or hams to thank all those who serve the community as members of the V.I. Police Department, Fire Department, Emergency Medical Technicians and other first responders.
Commissioner Joseph Boschulte is on the cover of the November/December 2022 issue of Black Meetings & Tourism Magazine along with a two-page feature describing his leadership navigating a successful and profitable path through the rocky straits of COVID-19.
The Water and Power Authority’s (WAPA) Governing Board (Board) met last week to highlight positive strides made over the last month in the pursuit of renewable energy partnerships as well as to request time extensions to projects that are underway.
Grants of $10,000 each went to five USVI nonprofit organizations that provide direct services in one or more of the grant’s focus areas, such as youth programs, entrepreneurship and/or environmental protection.
Island Grind VI opened its St. Thomas Airport location in March and is proud to showcase the talent of local chefs and restaurants while providing tasty, healthy food (including vegan options) to locals and tourists taking off from Cyril E. King Airport.
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