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SOCIAL SCENE: Tourism talk


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SOCIAL SCENE: Tourism talk

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Hotelier Alvin Jemmott exposed colleagues and other affiliates in the tourism sector to the hospitality of Divi Southwinds hotel and its Pure Ocean Restaurant in St Lawrence Gap when the Barbados Hotel & Tourism Association (BHTA) hosted its first Sunset Evening last week.

Welcoming guests, chairperson of the BHTA’s membership committee, hotelier Robyn Gollop-Knight, said it was organised to officially welcome the new BHTA president Sunil Chatrani and to give members an opportunity to interact with him. The evening provided the ideal forum for BHTA members and supporting services to network and to get to know each other.

Many of the guests seized the opportunity to do so, playing with the nuts and bolts game, which challenged them to find the person with the matching nut or bolt.

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