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Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (front 2nd right) and TPDCo Executive Director Dr. Andrew Spencer (front left) join Tourism Service Excellence Awards 2017 national and regional winners on stage at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on March 17.
Some 1000 patrons attended the inaugural staging of the Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Festival Marketplace hosted by the Ministry’s Tourism Linkages Network in Newcastle, St. Andrew, on March 23.
Ground is broken for the Hampden Wharf Development in Falmouth, Trelawny. The Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF) has committed $550 million to the mega-infrastructure project.
Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett greets students of the Heinz Simonitsch School, Rose Hall, Montego Bay, at their recently staged Caribbean Expo.
The newly opened Holywell Visitors’ Centre and Café forms part of the wider Blue Mountain Sustainable Tourism (BMST) Programme, which has received $46.8 million from the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), including $20 million to construct the Visitors Centre and Café.
Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett was recently awarded Worldwide Tourism Minister of the Year by the prestigious Pacific Area Travel Writers Association (PATWA) in Berlin, Germany. Jamaica also received the PATWA International Travel Award 2017 for Best Destination for Adventure Tourism.

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