U.S Senator and Cape Air CEO makes courtesy call on Premier Parry

Charlestown, Nevis (Friday, November 16, 2012) — United States Senator and Cape Air CEO, Mr. Dan Wolf is presently visiting the Caribbean, and included a short visit to Nevis where he made a courtesy call on Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry at his Bath Hotel office on Wednesday afternoon.

“I am happy to have met with Senator Wolf and discussed the recent U.S presidential elections, and the tourism market here on Nevis,” said Premier Parry.

The Massachussetts State Senator led a delegation which included: Cape Air’s Caribbean Regional Director, Mr. Bobby Falcon, Vice President of Customer Relations and Corporate Culture, Ms. Cindy Beaton, wife of Senator Wolf, Mrs. Heidi Schuetz, Cape Air CAO, Ms. Linda Markham, Regional Marketing Manager, Ms. Katya Ruiz, Captain Aaron Sharpe and Station Manager for Tortola, Anguilla and Nevis, Mr. Ordley Thompson.

Cape Air’s Caribbean Regional Director, Mr. Bobby Falcon, Vice President of Customer Relations and Corporate Culture, Ms. Cindy Beaton, Senator Dan Wolf, Premier of Nevis, Hon. Joseph Parry wife of Senator Wolf, Mrs. Heidi Schuetz, Cape Air CAO, Ms. Linda Markham, Regional Marketing Manager, Ms. Katya Ruiz, Captain Aaron Sharpe and Station Manager for Tortola, Anguilla and Nevis, Mr. Ordley Thompson. (Picture by Deli Caines)

During the visit, Wolf informed the Premier that he is very interested in green energy initiatives, and said he is very keen on the wind farm that is operating on the island.

While on Nevis, Mr. Wolf met with TDC Chairman Mr. Michael Morton, Managing Director Mr. Ernie France and members of staff.

He also visited a number of properties, including Nelson Springs Beach Resort, where manager Ms. Jeanette Grell – Hull welcomed the delegation.

“On behalf of my wife and co-workers, I must say Nevis is a special island, and I am so in love with this beautiful place,” commented Mr. Wolf at the end of his tour.

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