Demapan lauds MVA’s Tenorio


In light of the announcement of Perry Tenorio’s resignation as managing director of the Marianas Visitors Authority, Rep. Angel A. Demapan (R-Saipan) commends Tenorio for his two decades of service to the Commonwealth’s tourism industry.

“Mr. Tenorio has been a tremendous asset to the MVA and the CNMI as a whole,” said Demapan. “He was significantly involved in the transformation of our tourism industry to what it has become today.”

“As vice chairman of the House Committee on Commerce and Tourism, I am saddened to see Mr. Tenorio leave MVA, but I am also deeply appreciative of his many years of committed public service,” added Demapan. “Mr. Tenorio was also the first person from the Northern Marianas to be appointed to a national board when President Obama appointed him to serve on the Travel and Tourism Advisory Board under the U.S. Department of Commerce Secretary.”

Demapan hopes that the MVA board will be able to fill the void at MVA’s helm swiftly with someone with just as much energy and vision to continue improving the CNMI’s tourism industry.

“There is a great deal of work ahead for the tourism industry in light of the new investments going on in the CNMI,” said Demapan. “But Mr. Tenorio has contributed a great deal to begin preparing the industry for the future.” (PR)

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