Chetwin still running Party Stand
Furthermore, Stewart has made it clear that he never signed any contract to operate his party stand for the event managers of the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) T20 cricket games in Barbados which started earlier this week at Kensington Oval.
As such, Stewart said it was not his team that pulled out of an agreement with the CPL outfit this year. He was responding to a WEEKEND NATION report that he and CPL Trident promoters had cut ties.
In fact, the promoter and cultural industries practitioner said yesterday that it was the CPL event manager who made what he believed were excessive demands during negotiations and so he never entered into an agreement with them this year to produce the Party Stand. (GE)
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