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Beach Club Initiative Takes Broader View

Category: Tourism, Posted:02 Feb 2013 | 06:00 am

The recently formed Phuket Beach Club Society is looking to capture synergies and also have a dedicated forum to address issues facing island commercial businesses.
Founding members include Catch, Xana, Bliss, Re Ka Ta, Diamond and the upcoming Zazada, it's expecting to grow their footprint.
Certainly key concerns in Phuket are focused on retaining one of our key natrual assets – the beach areas, along with environmental impact, water safety and working with the local community.
While its early in the day, at least the group is trying to make a step in the right direction.
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