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BTC’s support for GB Tourism takes to the sky in high flying Airshow

Kite enthusiasts turned out in their numbers to participate in the 2nd annual Air & Kite Show on Grand Bahama. The multi-day event also saw participants receive trophies courtesy of BTC for their original kite designs, the largest and smallest participating kites. Members of BTC’s team are pictured awarding some of the competition’s youngest participants with their awards. (Photos Courtesy of BTC for Barefoot Marketing)

Months of planning, participants of the Second Annual Air and Kite Show took to the skies for a unique cultural spectacle. The multi-day event which was included in last year’s carnival events, has now become a standalone feature and drew members of the local aeronautical community as well as scores of locals and tourists to…
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Local SME sector needs greater diversity

INDIEGOGO’s Sr. Campaign Strategist, Alana Jesse presenting on Crowdfunding as an alternative method of raising capital during a recent workshop hosted by The Grand Bahama Port Authority. Jesse encouraged Licensees that creativity and innovation are key to the success of their businesses.

“Whilst the economy is making small but steady progress, increased diversity and innovation within the city’s small business sector would definitely add value for residents and to the local economic landscape,” stated Ian Rolle, President of The Grand Bahama Port Authority, Limited (GBPA), referring to the Port’s recent introduction of a Business Diversity Waiver (BDW)…
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Ocean Reef Yacht Club forges partnerships to host three day training seminar

Firm believers in the notion that superior customer service can make or break a business, the executive management of Ocean Reef Resort and Yacht Club has once again partnered with Apex International Marketing and formed a new relationship with The Shari Levitin Group, to host a three-day seminar for all employees recently. Kor Dormanas, President…
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Rotary Club of Lucaya presents beds to the Rand Memorial Hospital

The Rotary Club of Lucaya, in partnership with Rotary International, presented two state-of-the-art beds, Hill Rom Advance 2000, to the Rand Memorial Hospital on Friday. (PHOTO COURTESY OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF LUCAYA)

The Rotary Club of Lucaya, in partnership with Rotary International, presented two state-of-the-art beds, Hill Rom Advance 2000, to the Rand Memorial Hospital on Friday. In attendance were officials from the Rand, Sr. Assistant Administrator, Sharone Saint and Principal Nursing Officer, Cherlyn Bain and Club President Carol Rolle, Community Service, Director Billy Jane Ferguson and…
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