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Investors eye art academy for GB

Canadian investors visited Grand Bahama recently to meet with key stakeholders on the prospect of establishing a performing arts and entertainment academy on the island. Pictured: (from left) GBCC president Kevin Seymour; Senator Tanisha Tynes; and The Culture Tree Group representatives Iain Speirs, Josee Lusignan, Theresa Spirito and Robert Spirito. (Photo via Keen i Media Ltd)

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Friday, March 4, 2016
Friday, March 4, 2016

Canadian investors visited Grand Bahama recently to meet with key stakeholders on the prospect of establishing a performing arts and entertainment academy on the island.


During their visit, the investors paid a courtesy call on the Grand Bahama Chamber of Commerce (GBCC) where they proposed the development of The Culture Tree Foundation, a funding organization that would facilitate the establishment of such an academy.

The Culture Tree Group also talked about the advantages of having a local performing arts academy, particularly as it relates to enhancing Grand Bahama’s tourism product.

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