An Invercargill holiday park owner has suffered a massive cut in revenue as a result of Covid-19 and with the future looking ''bleak'', says it's possible he will close his business of 21 years. Invercargill Top-10 Holiday Park owner Philip Todd said the park's income was down 95 per cent for April and May compared to the same two months last year. ''We have some big decisions to make going forward and it is possible we may decide to close,'' he said. In the last 21 years his holiday park had hosted about 200,000 visitors and it had promoted Invercargill in good light, with the city benefiting from the Top 10 group's marketing budget. Great South had actively contacted local businesses to provide advice, find out the support needed and advise on how to access Government support, Shadbolt said.
Source: Stuff June 07, 2020 00:45 UTC