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Something Extra | Tuesday

Published:Tuesday | February 9, 2021 | 12:13 AM
Christopher Burke and Maureen Smith at the launch of JTB’s  Romance Microsite.
Christopher Burke and Maureen Smith at the launch of JTB’s Romance Microsite.
From left: Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett and Donovan White, director of tourism, chat with Camile Glenister, deputy director of tourism, marketing, at the launch of Jamaica Tourist Board’s Romance Microsite, wedding and honeymoon website.
From left: Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett and Donovan White, director of tourism, chat with Camile Glenister, deputy director of tourism, marketing, at the launch of Jamaica Tourist Board’s Romance Microsite, wedding and honeymoon website.
Camile Glenister (right), deputy director of tourism, marketing, chats with Peter Shoucair of Destination Wedding Consultant and planner for Destination Wed Market.
Camile Glenister (right), deputy director of tourism, marketing, chats with Peter Shoucair of Destination Wedding Consultant and planner for Destination Wed Market.
A coffee break and consultation?
A coffee break and consultation?
Lucretia Green (left) Ricardo Henry and Lorna Robinson  happily form their own bubble.
Lucretia Green (left) Ricardo Henry and Lorna Robinson happily form their own bubble.
Photographer Yhomo Hutchinson taking his best shot.
Photographer Yhomo Hutchinson taking his best shot.
Tricelle Powell at the launch of Jamaica Tourist Board’s Romance Microsite, wedding and honeymoon website at AC Hotel in New Kingston last Thursday.
Tricelle Powell at the launch of Jamaica Tourist Board’s Romance Microsite, wedding and honeymoon website at AC Hotel in New Kingston last Thursday.
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Visitors to Jamaica seeking a one-stop shop to plan their romantic trip and ensure that those special moments are even more memorable need go no further than ‘My Heartbeats JA’ microsite. The newly developed Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) site is housed on the Visit Jamaica platform located at www.visitjamaica.com. It caters to tourists looking to book their wedding, honeymoon, or romantic getaway in the island. Through the page, visitors can seamlessly access all the resources they need, including venues, entertainment, photography, and videography services. Speaking at the launch at the AC Hotel by Marriot in St Andrew last Thursday, Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett, said that My Heartbeats JA provides a complete virtual guide for visitors planning to make Jamaica their destination of choice to rekindle, relax, and be romantic.