The people of Rhode Island have been talking about the island for more than 200 years, and they’ve had to come up with a new way to survive.
In an interview with National Geographic, the islanders explain how they’re coming up with the idea of a tourism industry, and how they think they might be able to save the island.
Rhode Island is a UNESCO World Heritage site and has been under protection since 1959, but it’s not entirely free of the problems that have plagued the island before.
One of the most common problems is that tourism is a low-wage industry, which leaves people with little income and little to no savings.
In fact, according to the New York Times, only about 10 percent of Rhône Islanders have a bank account, and most of them have no savings at all.
In order to combat the problem, the people of the island started to form a new tourism industry called the Island Tourism Alliance.
It is a group that hopes to change that, and its leader, Dave Gorman, says that his group has been able to create a business plan that’s actually working.
“The economy on the island is basically non-existent, so what we’re doing is creating a system that allows the people who are not in the industry to come in and buy and sell items,” Gorman told National Geographic.
“We’ve gotten a very successful start, and we’ve been able now to really leverage the people in the community to make money and create jobs.”
The islanders have been able so far to attract business and support for the Island Tourist Alliance, which has hired more than 100 people in order to help it grow.
The group has hired local guides to help them with their business, and Gorman said that the group also has some very impressive sales figures.
For instance, the Island Tours business has a net revenue of $1.5 million so far.
Gorman hopes that this business model will eventually be able get enough money into the pockets of the people to sustain it for another 30 years.
Rhône’s economy is growing, but the tourism industry is struggling.
Gormans hopes that the island can find a way to create enough jobs in order for it to grow.
“I want to see it grow for the people that have not been able,” Gorman said.
“The people who have been left behind, the kids that have been in school, the elderly, the disabled, I want to be able for them to be part of the growth of the Island tourism industry.”
This article was originally published on National Geographic and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.