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Shopaholics get “happy” at Pelican Bay interactive shopping experience

SIPPING AND SHOPPING – Patrons of the Pelican Bay Sip and Shop Soiree were able to choose from a variety of local retail brands as part of their shopping experience. (PHOTO COURTESY OF VKR Insights for Barefoot Marketing)

Marilyn Munroe once said, “Happiness is not in money, it’s in shopping.” So, as Grand Bahama’s “happiest hotel,” it made sense for Pelican Bay to do its part in spreading the joy of shopping for residents on the island. Shopaholics from around Grand Bahama Island were treated to an amazing interactive experience which combined the…
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Entrepreneurs partner in a new health and grooming concept

NEW CONCEPT – Recently Perfect Cuts Barbershop Proprietor Gary Cooper (left) partnered with Ronnie’s Organic owner, Minister Whitney Bain (right) in Community Corner Store concept that caters to health and well-being of customers.

Perfect Cuts Barbershop proprietor, Gary Cooper, recently partnered with Ronnie’s Organic Community Store owned by Minister Whitney Bain, who aims to cater to the health and well-being of customers by providing organic, natural, gourmet snacks as well as local products that are nutritionally beneficial and makes a difference in the overall personal care of the…
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Pandora Store launches Pandora Shine Collection

FULL HOUSE – Residents flocked to the Pandora Jewelry Store to check out the Shine Collection. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The Pandora Store at Port Lucaya was bubbling with activity on March 15 as scores of residents and guests to our shores, took full advantage of the designer collection’s newest product line, the Pandora Shine. A new collection of their 18 karat gold plated sterling silver jewelry, the Shine collection launch was indeed highly anticipated…
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Former City Market workers say, they have yet to be paid

SPEAKING OUT — Former employees of City Market staged a demonstration in front of the Garnet Levarity Justice Center on Wednesday, March 7 calling on the powers that be to see that they are paid what is owed to them. (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

The displaced City Markets/Winn Dixie employees held a demonstration outside the Garnet Levarity Justice Center on Wednesday, March 7 airing their frustrations with the “men in power,” who have yet to pay their severance and pension after being jobless for the past six years. Ready for the injustice to cease and every cent of that…
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