Bluefields Bay recognized by Ambassador Anthony Johnson

Posted on Mar 5, 2012 | 0 comments

Bluefields Bay recognized by Ambassador Anthony Johnson

Excerpt taken from The Gleaner:

“Ambassador Johnson told his 100 guests, mostly English-Speaking Union members or tourists who had stayed at Bluefields Bay Villas, how much Jamaica appreciated their generosity and how important their contribution was to the betterment of the country. Guests imbibed Jamaican rum punch, served as tropical frozen drinks, and enjoyed Jamaican smoked marlin, ackee and salt fish, callaloo and salt fish, jerked chicken wings and more.

The event was funded by sponsors Deborah and Braxton Moncure, owners of Bluefields Bay Villas and long-time supporters of Jamaican tourism. The ambassador thanked the Moncure family for its investment in Bluefields and for its charitable contributions. He noted that three hurricanes in the last five years as well as the current recession had caused major financial problems in Jamaica, but assured his listeners that the Government had programmes that could solve them.”

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