Two hundred travel agents from across the United States attended this year’s BTMI Spirit Of Barbados Mega Fam at the Hilton Barbados Resort yesterday. (Picture by Lennox Devonish.)
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Just how much the annual Crop Over Festival benefits the Barbados economy will soon be known.
Chief executive officer of the National Cultural Foundation (NCF), Carol Roberts-Reifer, said her organisation was commissioning a new study to find this out.
During a panel discussion yesterday on Crop Over at the annual Spirit Of Barbados Mega Fam exposition at the Hilton Barbados Resort, Needham’s Point, St Michael, Roberts-Reifer did not go into many details but revealed that Government injected from BDS$5 million to $6 million into the festival annually, while the last numbers she received showed that between US$80 million and $100 million is realised over the six weeks it is held. (SDB Media)
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