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ImageThe Jamaica Tourist Board’s New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania Business Development Manager Kenton Senior braves the plummeting temperatures to show off one of the Jamaican taxicabs currently driving throughout the city of Philadelphia. The destination is offering a Winter Rescue to Philadelphians who spot one of the Jamaican taxicabs throughout the month of January. They can log on to WISX-FM’s website to enter where and when the taxi was spotted, then enter the sweepstakes to win a trip to Jamaica courtesy of Air Jamaica and Riu Hotels & Resorts.

ImageIn anticipation of its grand debut on January 22, 2010, Sandals Emerald Bay, Great Exuma, Bahamas– the newest gem in Sandals Resorts’ Luxury Included® portfolio – is offering one free night to guests who book a minimum seven-night stay at the resort by February 18, 2010 for travel during select dates in 2010, as well as savings of up to 50 percent off.

ImageThe long expected divestment of Air Jamaica now seems to be close at hand, almost a year later than originally planned.

Despite some local opposition in Trinidad & Tobago that country's state owned Caribbean Airlines, is now apparently ready to take the failing Air Jamaica off the Jamaican government's hands.

ImageJamaica Tourist Board’s New England Sales Manager John Woolcock braves the plummeting temperatures to hail one of Boston’s new hybrid taxis in front of the city’s iconic South Station. Throughout the month of January, Jamaica advertisements will be featured on Boston taxicabs as part of the destination’s Winter Rescue campaign encouraging travelers to escape the blustery climate and head to the warm isle of Jamaica, just four hours away. Bostonians who spot a Jamaican cab can visit 107.9 KISS-FM’s website to provide details about the time and location the cab was spotted and enter to win a trip to Jamaica, courtesy of JetBlue Airways and Riu Hotels & Resorts. JetBlue recently launched new nonstop service from Boston to Montego Bay on January 9, offering Bostonians greater accessibility and convenience when traveling to Jamaica.