Reviving the Japan tourism market in the CNMI will be the focus of the current administration even as Gov. Ralph DLG Torres yesterday announced the appointment of Chris Concepcion as the new managing director of the Marianas Visitors Authority, replacing Perry Tenorio who is resigning on March 25.
Concepcion was announced as the incoming managing director after the board approved Tenorio’s motion for Concepcion to take his place during the MVA’s board meeting yesterday. Concepcion, formerly the sales account executive of Delta Air Lines’ Saipan office, will officially come on board MVA on April 18.
Gov. Ralph DLG Torres was present to express his support to the incoming managing director and his deep commitment to reviving the Japanese tourism market.
Torres said their first order of business will be to send a delegation to Japan to meet with their government, business, and tourism counterparts to reaffirm ties with the said country.