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Baha Mar media campaign wins award

A panel of travel professionals has recognized the locally produced Baha Mar Dream Team campaign as the gold winner of Travel Weekly magazine’s Magellan Award. Pictured: Baha Mar’s production team and featured Dream Team members display the gold Magellan trophy. (Left to right): Deonafaye Cartwright, workforce specialist; Tabitha Pratt, HR business partner; Justin Lockheart, MEP associate, Vonya Ifill, Baha Mar associate; Valentino Lloyd, producer; Royann Dean, PR & communication strategist; Aniebo Ebong, assistant scheduler. (Photo courtesy Baha Mar -- click here to see the photo full sized)

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Wednesday, March 5, 2014

A panel of travel professionals has recognized the locally produced Baha Mar Dream Team campaign as the gold winner of Travel Weekly magazine’s Magellan Award, beating international competition in the Hotels and Resorts category.

The Baha Mar Dream Team multi-media campaign involved press releases, interviews and videos featuring some of the key personnel on the multi-billion dollar resort’s staff.


“Magellan Award winners are not just the most talented and creative people in the travel industry–they are among the most creative and talented of any industry,” said Arnie Weissmann, editor in chief of Travel Weekly.

“Baha Mar has done what no one has ever done before,” said Obie Wilchcombe, Minister of Tourism. “This campaign shows the world that we are passionate about sharing our culture and that we are capable of being the best in the hospitality industry.”

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