Marketing efforts for the Virgin Islands are expected to benefit from ‘exit surveys’ being conducted last\ week by the VI Bureau of Economic Research.
Gov. John deJongh said data collected “will be invaluable as we work to make the Territory more attractive.”
The agency's research director, Wharton Berger, told the St. John Source a purpose of the survey is to “determine the ranking of the decision-making factors that go into visiting the Virgin Islands, and to rank the most satisfactory and least satisfactory aspects of the visitor experience.”
Unfortunately, reading the Source story, there is no mention of surveying visitors on St. John and the reasons they visit the island. The project will include cruise ship passengers, crew and overnight air visitors to St. Thomas and St. Croix, according to the report. In as much as relatively few visitors to St. John stay overnight on St. Thomas, Love City may not get much attention.
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Perhaps many of the St. Thomas visitors will say that they came ther only to get to St. John?
It won’t matter if (or when) Cuba opens up.
survey i took was requested at the airport where visitors to st john have to fly out of anyway
so i’d say st john will be represented
On a related note, am I the only one who finds the new USVI commercials terrible? You, unscripted. Say what? The Bahamas really do it well.
Agree, Cuba will be next hot spot. There is so much to the US Virgin Islands, unfortunately, all the government wants to express is shopping for cruise ship folks. Some of the best diving in the region is here and they refuse to marketing this….
You are correct “[email protected]”. The only reason I am in St. Thomas is to take the ferry to St. John.
Have been going to St. John for 24 years…. Love it! But, let’s keep it quiet.
IT WAS ALL ABOUT MAHO BAY CAMPGROUND !!!!!
This place should be promoted as a tourist spot and should be protected as well to preserve its beauty. This is a great place to be.
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