Fiji ‘Talk Of The Town’ At Las Vegas Dive Show
âWhile there were several hundred exhibitors, we were overwhelmed by the fact that Fiji was the ‘talk of the city’ and a clear winner in bookings not just for 2022, but 2023, 2024 and even up. in 2025 – excited about supporting tourism in beautiful Fiji. ”
Left to right: Volivoli Beach Resort Owner / Manager Stephen Grant Darling, Volivoli Beach Resort US Representative Audrey Tobin, and Sales and Marketing Manager Simon Doughty at the Diving Equipment and Marketing Awards Association (DEMA) 2021 New Orleans Grande Isle (NOGI), in Los AngÃ¨le.
Volivoli Beach Resort estimates that the COVID-19[female[feminine The pandemic has placed them at a marketing advantage ahead of other dive centers in the world.
Manager Geraldine Vakaloloma’s comment yesterday follows the resort’s participation in the Diving Equipment and Marketing Association’s (DEMA) annual New Orleans Grand Isle (NOGI) show in Las Vegas.
âBligh Waters off the resort contains soft coral which makes it one of the best dive sites in the world,â she said.
The four-day event attracts participation from dive centers and destinations around the world, Ms. Vakaloloma said.
“But with the impact of COVID-19[female[feminine, this year’s attendance figures are expected to drop, âshe said.
An Instagram post by the company said the awards offered the chance to meet old friends, make new ones and help divers plan their trip to Fiji.
Resort Sales and Marketing Director Simon Doughty said the team at Volivoli Beach Resort, Fiji’s premier dive resort, were proud to have exhibited at DEMA.
Speaking from Las Vegas, he said DEMA is the world’s largest trade event for companies doing business in scuba diving, offshore water sports and adventure travel / diving.
This year, the event took place from November 16 to 19.
“Our main message to the world was that Fiji is open for business and open for happiness from December 1,” said Mr. Doughty.
“We would also like to thank the support from Fiji Rum Company and The Distillery Company Fiji for sharing a bit of a ‘taste of Fiji and Fiji making’ at the show as well as, of course, Tourism Fiji and Fiji Airways.”
âWhile there were several hundred exhibitors, we were overwhelmed by the fact that Fiji was the ‘talk of the city’ and a clear winner in bookings not just for 2022, but 2023, 2024 and even up. in 2025 – excited about supporting tourism in beautiful Fiji.
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