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Speightstown businessman: Talks paid off

Lisa King

Speightstown businessman: Talks paid off

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SPEIGHTSTOWN BUSINESSMAN Austin Husbands is now singing a different tune having been promised compensation for sales losses he suffered on Thursday due to an unannounced road closure.
Husbands, owner of La Bouche Wine Bar and Restaurant at Orange Street, said yesterday he was able to sit with representatives from Digicel and come to an amicable decision on how he could be compensated.
He had complained that he had received no warning that roads would be closed to facilitate the filming of a Digicel commercial. He said Digicel representatives met with him yesterday and apologized for the inconvenience when they had lunch at the restaurant.
“It is the way they did it initially that caused us pain but all is well that ends well,” Husbands said.
Read the full story in today’s SATURDAY SUN.