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Minimal damage from Hurricane Irma in Florida

13 September 2017

NZX | MEDIA ANNOUNCEMENT

TOURISM HOLDINGS LIMITED (thl)

thl reports minimal damage from Hurricane Irma in Florida, USA

Post the hurricane that has passed through Florida this week, thl notes that there has been no impact of note to our customers, team, RVs or sites.

The business has been in regular communication with customers disrupted by the events.

Yesterday evening and this morning the teams have been able to visit the sites, which were closed during the event, and assess for any damage. Thankfully, there has been no damage of note.

There has been no negative booking impact, given the shoulder season. We are working with a few businesses to establish whether we can assist with temporary accommodation.

Our thoughts are with all those people affected by the recent hurricanes.

END

Authorised by:

Rob Campbell

Chairman, Tourism Holdings Limited


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