Acting CEO of Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA), Marsha Alleyne (centre), with former BTPA CEO Dr Kerry Hall (left) and director of cruise with Barbados Tourism Marketing Inc., Cheryl Franklyn.
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At a reception at the Gun Hill Signal Station, tourism officials played host to visitors who show their loyalty to Barbados by returning to the island year after year.
The loyal guests heard words of appreciation from Minister of Tourism Kerrie Symmonds and when the formalities of the evening were over, they moved to the lookout with its imposing view across Barbados to savour Bajan specialties such as macaroni pie and dance to the music of Philip 7.
Acting CEO of Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA), Marsha Alleyne, and the former BTPA CEO Dr Kerrie Hall, MP for St George North Gline Clarke, Toni Thorne and Kashka Haynes were among the hosts dispensing typical Bajan hospitality. (GC)
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