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Tourism consultant claims insurance companies hurting island

A noted international marketing consultant, who has done decades of work with The Bahamas’ Ministry of Tourism and local Grand Bahama hotel properties, says the insurance companies on Grand Bahama are hurting the local tourism industry. According to the expert, hotel rooms were already limited on Grand Bahama and properties that experienced severe damages as…
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Bahamas Tourism Industry Partners Happy About New Business Opportunities

The Bahamas Ministry of Tourism (BMOT) along with its hotel industry partners, who attended the 2017 Sun n Fun International Fly In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida, April 4 - 9, 2017 are happy with the group leads and new business opportunities they obtained during the six-days aviation Expo. “Based on the high level of…
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Farmer’s Market $530,000 renovations ‘fruitful’ for vendors and customers

The Freeport Farmer’s Market, Downtown Freeport has undergone some $530,000 in renovations to improve business for both the vendors and customers. Toni Hudson-Bannister, Officer in Charge/Assistant Structural Engineer of Ministry of Works and Urban Development made this disclosure, during a tour of the facility on Friday, March 31. Hudson-Bannister was a part of the delegation…
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