ST. LUCIA - Bay Gardens Resorts captured its ninth St. Lucia Business Award.

Sandals Resorts International’s (SRI) Gordon “Butch” Stewart has been making a positive impact across the Caribbean from the very beginning – something that has always been part of his way of life. His love for his land and people shone bright on many occasions - donating millions of dollars in cash, services, and materials to educational, civic, religious and charitable organizations not just in the Caribbean, but throughout the world. Stewart’s passion for service and helping those less fortunate was instilled in all his children, inspiring one of his sons, Adam Stewart, to formalize their dedication to the Caribbean by creating the Sandals Foundation in 2009 – the philanthropic arm of SRI. Together, the Stewart family has paved the way for others to inspire greatness in people, preserve justice, and give back to the land and people they love.

Sandals Resorts International (SRI) celebrated and honored the top travel agents at the18th annual Sandals Travel Agency Recognition (S.T.A.R.) Awards held at the beautiful Beaches Turks & Caicos on December 9, 2019. 560 travel advisors and companions from the United States, Canada, Latin America and the United Kingdom attended the event in Providenciales to be recognized for their hard work and commitment to the Sandals brand. Many notable figures from the Turks and Caicos community attended the awards ceremony, including the Governor of Turks and Caicos Islands, His Excellency Nigel John Dakin; Deputy Governor, Her Excellency Anya Williams; The Minister of Tourism, Hon. Ralph Higgs; Consul General for Jamaica, Allen Hutchinson and MHA Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Labor and Employment Services, Hon. Vaden Williams.

ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, W.I.  – Grenada isknown to provide dream escapes for travelers in search of the ultimate Caribbean vacation with a rum punch in hand. The destination’s lively entertainment, exciting excursions and many opportunities to explore keep visitors ready for their next adventure. Those looking to expand their vacation should venture off the mainland to unwind and discover Grenada’s sister islands, Carriacou and Petite Martinique.

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