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Baha Mar to host tennis fundraiser

The Baha Mar resort has announced a tennis fundraising event to benefit victims of Hurricane Dorian across The Abacos and Grand Bahama islands. The event will take place November 7-10 at the resort on Cable Beach. 

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019
Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Baha Mar to host tennis fundraiserThe Baha Mar resort has announced a tennis fundraising event to benefit victims of Hurricane Dorian across The Abacos and Grand Bahama islands. The event will take place November 7-10 at the resort on Cable Beach.

Tennis legends Andy Roddick, Mark Knowles, Tommy Haas and James Blake will take to the court over the weekend.

All proceeds and winnings from the tournament will go directly to aid Hurricane Dorian’s victims and support for the long-term recovery of The Bahamas.

“Baha Mar is committed to sustained relief and rebuilding efforts for our neighbouring islands,” said Karin Salinas, senior vice president, marketing, Baha Mar. “We are bringing our international network of friends and supporters together at Baha Mar to raise funds, awareness and champion The Bahamas on a global stage.”


Since Hurricane Dorian’s passage through The Abacos and Grand Bahama, Baha Mar has encouraged guests, friends and the communities to donate directly at www.BahaMar.com/Dorian.

Additionally, Baha Mar urges those travelling to The Bahamas to #PackWithLove and bring an item or two to be shared directly with victims of Hurricane Dorian. Articles can include clothing, shoes, baby items, books, educational supplies, stuffed animals and small toys.

To date, Baha Mar has donated $2 million in support of immediate disaster relief and long-term recovery for the islands.

As of October 1, 2019, The Central Bank of The Bahamas proposes to liberalize Exchange Controls (EC) on residential property transactions (both purchases and sales) involving non-residents.

Moody’s Analytics estimates that the initial economic costs to The Bahamas of Hurricane Dorian will be between $3 billion and $5 billion.

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