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'Don't blame high taxes for Supreme Ventures gaming lounge closure'

Published: Friday January 3, 2014 | 5:14 pm Comments 0
Nathan Robb   File
Nathan Robb File

Debbie-Ann Wright, News Editor - Radio

President of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce, Nathan Robb, says he does not believe high taxes are to be blamed for the closure of the Acropolis Gaming Lounge.

He says many companies have had to make adjustments in this challenging period.

Robb believes Supreme Ventures could have been more creative in its marketing of the property given its prime location on Gloucester Avenue otherwise known as the Hip Strip.

Robb says the closure of the gaming facility will be a blow to the Hip Strip.

He says the area will lose another attraction which served cruise ship passengers, other tourists and locals.


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