There's no room at the inn, so to speak.
Let's put it this way, it's been a good year.
Hotels last year were running as full as they possibly could. There were times in the high season where there was no room at the inn and you couldn't get a room in town. Given that our capacity is not going to grow by leaps and bounds, we are just about where we're in balance.
If you try to stuff too many visitors into this space we have, you begin to be a detriment to your product.
If we lose this thing called 'aloha,' we're just like any sand-and-surf destination. I don't believe we can afford to go there.
This is a big-time card with a lot of influence.
You can imagine what kind of stir it would create if we created a situation that was gonna be unsafe for visitors. So that's a ridiculous allegation as far as I'm concerned.