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HOSPITALITY JAMAICA: Disappointing Breezes fallout in MoBay

Published: Thursday August 23, 2012 | 12:06 pm Comments 0

THIS WEEK IN HOSPITALITY JAMAICA:

The pulsating London bubble
For the more-than two million patrons who visited the O2 Arena during the London 2012 Olympic Games, one of the main highlights off the track was the pulsating corner of The Bubble called 'Jamaica House'. >>>>READ MORE

Jamaica 50 fever hits Kingston Craft Market
Jamaican national colours-inspired clothes were not the only things in demand. Accessories and other Jamaica 50 memorabilia were also hotly pursued. Many stores across the island seemed to have had excellent sales, but how did the traditional craft markets, which have a reputation for selling things at a 'tourist price', fare? >>>>READ MORE

Disappointing Breezes fallout in MoBay
News that Christopher Issa has backed out of plans to purchase National Investment Fund/National Commercial Bank-owned Breezes MoBay, has been met with dissatisfaction from the Montego Bay business community and the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association. >>>>READ THIS AND SO MUCH MORE

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