Permanent Secretary John Wasi. Photo credit: GCU.

Permanent Secretary John Wasi. Photo credit: GCU.

The Government has signed an agreement with local tourism company Solomon Host and a Brisbane-based video production company, Torn Parachute, for the gateway project this week.

The gateway project involves displaying of important pictorial and informative statements via plasma screens to the traveling public at the arrival and departure lounges of the international airport.

Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of Tourism, John Wasi said the country needs aggressive promotion to boost the tourism sector and assist in maintaining the efforts of enforcing the country’s law.

Mr Wasi said the project is important for tourism as the plasma screens will display videos that will become the first line of impression to our visitors.

Meanwhile, Solomon Host Chief Executive Officer Joyce Konofilia said the company is looking forward to working with the tourism department to create visual information for tourists entering the country.

Torn Parachute will soon begin shooting videos for the tourism department.

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