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Apr 18, 2018

ATSA and the Aruba Government share views at a Courtesy Visit

On Friday April 6th 2018, members of the Board of the Aruba Timeshare Association (ATSA) met with Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism.

Members of the Board of the Aruba Timeshare Association (ATSA) met with Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes and Minister of Tourism Dangui Oduber.


The ATSA Board officially handed over a copy of the recently- concluded report on the Economic Impact of Vacation Ownership on Aruba’s economy and promised a follow-up statement on current Tourism-related issues and also other general challenges facing the nation, offering their steadfast support.

In welcoming the group, both the Prime Minister and the Minister of Tourism noted the important contributions of the Vacation Ownership segment of the market to the island’s overall Tourism product and looked forward to working with ATSA to maintain a leadership position in the region.

In the picture L to R shows - Jurgen van Schaijk (ATSA Board member), Freddy Albertus (ATSA Treasurer), Prime Minister Evelyn Wever-Croes, Ursell Arends (ATSA President), Minister of Tourism Dangui Oduber and Andy Osbourne (ATSA Secretary).