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Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett (3rd L) leads in breaking ground for the transformation of The Shoppes at Rose Hall into Montego Bay’s most iconic shopping experience aimed at showcasing the best of Jamaica’s cultural, creative products and gastronomy.
Minister of Housing, Urban Renewal, Environment and Climate Change, Hon. Pearnel Charles Jr. (2nd R) and Acting Executive Director, Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo.), Stephen Edwards (2nd L) cut a ribbon to mark the handing over of a new $7 million box truck to Recycling Partners of Jamaica (RPJ). Looking on are RPJ Chairman, Dr. Damien King (L) and RPJ Chief Financial Officer, Wincella Cummings. The truck will serve communities in Negril, facilitating the collection of plastic items and other pollutants. The handing over of the truck, funded by the Tourism Enhancement Fund (TEF), took place recently at the recycling company’s Lakes Pen depot in St. Catherine.
Minister of Tourism, Hon. Edmund Bartlett (L), and Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association President, Clifton Reader, engage in one-on-one discussion regarding health and wellness as a key driver of tourism in Jamaica. They both spoke recently at the opening of the two-day Jamaica Health and Wellness Tourism Conference hosted by the Tourism Linkages Network at the Montego Bay Convention Centre.

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