ASTA president and CEO Zane Kerby traveled to Puerto Rico on
Thursday to help kick off the Puerto Rico Tourism Company's "Rebuild Days"
The series of Rebuild Days will occur in November and
December at multiple attractions in the island country, which took a direct hit
from Hurricane Maria in September.
The first will be a cleanup at Camuy Cave Park from Nov.
16-18. On Nov. 27-29, volunteers will clean up Crash Boat Beach.
"Tourism continues to be vital to Puerto Rico's road to
recovery, and we look forward to welcoming visitors soon, especially those who
want to give back this holiday season," said Jose Izquierdo, executive
director of the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. "Continuing to visit us,
staying at our hotels, eating at our restaurants, buying from local businesses
and giving back through rebuilding efforts is the best way to support us right
Kerby is attending the Rebuild Day held at Camuy Cave Park on
"Our travel adviser members have been receiving many
inquiries from travelers loyal to Puerto Rico who want to visit and join in on
its rebuilding efforts," he said in a statement. "Puerto Rico is a
one-of-a-kind destination with many loyal visitors who want to be part of its