Turnpage

Please visit our sponsors

RSS Feed
 

Current News & Press

 

Advertisement

The Bahamas Investor

News & Press Archives

 
The Bahamas Investor on facebookFollow The Bahamas Investor on TwitterSubscribe to RSS feeds from The Bahamas Investor
HOME > 
News & Press > 
Baha Mar hotel GMs meet Tourism Minister – photo

Executives from the hotels at Baha Mar–The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, The Grand Hyatt, The Mondrian and The Rosewood–recently met with the Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe and representatives from the Ministry of Tourism. Click on the photo (below) to view full size. 

Source:
Date:
Updated:
TheBahamasInvestor.com
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Executives from the hotels at Baha Mar–The Baha Mar Casino & Hotel, The Grand Hyatt, The Mondrian and The Rosewood–recently met with the Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe and representatives from the Ministry of Tourism.

In a collaborative initiative to grow tourism in The Bahamas, the group discussed the appeal of each hotel brand and possibilities to dovetail the extensive global experience of the executive team with Ministry of Tourism activities.


“I am delighted to meet the new general managers for the four Baha Mar properties and to have my senior team work in close partnership with them to meet our mutual objective of invigorating the tourism sector such that will cause the world to sit up and take note,” said the Tourism Minister.

Robert Sands, senior vice president, administration and external affairs at Baha Mar commented: “This is an exciting time for The Bahamas. Baha Mar and our brand partners are proud to work with the Ministry of Tourism and to promote the Bahamas as a must-visit tourist destination.”

Photo via Baha Mar

Pictured: (from left) Ingrid Bartlett, GM Groups; Ellison “Tommy” Thompson, deputy director general; Obie Wilchcombe, Minister of Tourism; Geneva Cooper; senior director global communications, Don Cornish; director product development, Nikki Simmons; director on-shore communications. Missing from the photo is Janet Johnson, director maritime tourism. (Baha Mar photo)

Fort Lauderdale-based Tropic Ocean Airways has announced the addition of a new eight-passenger Cessna 206 seaplane on flights to The Bahamas. The company offers scheduled seaplane flights to Bimini four times a week and charters every day of the week to anywhere in The Bahamas, the Florida Keys and Florida.

The Bahamas Financial Services Board and Insurance Commission of The Bahamas have selected the recipients for the two scholarships being provided for the Associates in Captive Insurance designation. Pictured: (from left) Jamell Bodie, manager of supervisory and regulatory practices, ICB; Aliya Allen, BFSB CEO; Recipient Sanchez Brooks; Recipient Anastasia Campbell; and Yvette Ingraham, president of the Insurance Institute of The Bahamas (IIB). Committee Members not pictured are D Nguyen-Comito, senior consultant at BFSB; Dr Nicola Virgil-Rolle, director of financial services, Ministry of Financial Services; and Dr Roger Brown, coordinator of the Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA). (Photo courtesy BFSB)

The Bahamas Investor
Administrative Links
  


  © 2017 ETIENNE DUPUCH JR PUBLICATIONS LTD