Kailue-Kona, HI, August 15, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- William Cline/Cline Group has been retained by the Association of Hawaiian dive operators to assist with a variety of marketing and consulting projects including conducting a detailed economic impact study of Hawaii’s Scuba Industry for the State’s tourism picture.
Lauren Smith, representative for the association explains the significance of the needed study, “We are very happy to have William Cline working with our association. His experience with many other tourism boards will be valuable as we propose new dive marketing budgets at the State and Federal levels to show and prove the massive economic impact that scuba diving has on the Hawaii’s annual tourism product.”
William outlines his plan to assist the association in establishing the economic impact of scuba diving in the State of Hawaii: “We are honored to be a part of this effort to help establish the tremendous value of scuba diving in Hawaii. Our experience with Broward Country/Ft. Lauderdale in Florida, as well as foreign governments such as The Bahamas, Bonaire, Grenada and Barbados will lend valuable expertise to helping Hawaii’s dive operators apply for funds they need to promote their amazing dive destination.”
The Hawaiian Islands Recreational Scuba Association is the official state of Hawaii dive association and represents members across all the islands to local, county, state and federal government. H.I.R.S.A.: www.HawaiianScuba.org.