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The Sandals Foundation is very proud to continue its partnership with PACE (Providing Access to Continued Education), which strives to make a remarkable impact on the lives of many young girls, changing the outcome for future generations, said Adam Stewart, CEO of Sandals Resorts International and President of the Sandals Foundation. The money raised here this evening will go to further educational opportunities that are crucial to community development here in the Bahamas. Speaking about why he chose to align with the Sandals Foundation and PACE, reggae Shaggy said: I am extremely passionate about education and the continuing support to teen parents is high on my list of concerns. I have always done music with a purpose and anytime I have the opportunity to perform for a cause, it is a blessing. It is great to be performing at this wonderful charity event for all my reggae fans here in the Bahamas.
(Providing Access to Continued Education) Programme and the local charitys building fund. Guests of the evening were invited to Get their Vibe On and were treated to an extravaganza on Sandals Private Island which featured delicious food, unlimited premium brand spirits, and lively entertainment including a local performance by The Royal Bahamas Police Force Pop Band. But the real highlight of the night was a private concert by Mr. Boombastic himself, Shaggy. The Sandals Foundation is very proud to continue its partnership with P.A.C.E., which strives to make a remarkable impact on the lives of many young girls, changing the outcome for future generations, said Adam Stewart, CEO of Sandals Resorts International and President of the Sandals Foundation. The money raised here this evening will go to further educational opportunities that are crucial to community development here in The Bahamas.
More than 30 team members from the resorts, clad in pink T-shirts with the message 'avoid cancer... eat and exercise your way to a better health', travelled downtown Negril and the Norman Manley Boulevard where they shared information with commuters on breast cancer risk factors and how to reduce these risks by maintaining healthy lifestyle practices. Following the early morning walk, an aerobics session was held at Beaches Negril, where Fitness Pro, Ian Howell led the participants though various exercise routines. The cancer awareness activity was supported by presentations from Sagicor and the Westmoreland Public Health Services with Iotha Rhynie, cancer disease coordinator and public health nurse sharing that "awareness is a key factor in early detection and helping to reduce the risks of breast cancer." In commending Sandals and Beaches Negril resorts for hosting the event, Nurse Rhynie also encouraged other corporate entities to play a part and help raise awareness about the disease.
The luxury hotel chain already has a training programme which gives basic details about the Sandals experience, but the new modules will give agents an introduction to each of the Sandals resorts. Speaking to Travel Weekly at World Travel Market, Leah Marshall, head of sales, said it was important to arm agents with everything they needed to drive sales. We work with more than 5,500 agents in the UK and giving them all the information they need is vital, she said. Our sales are going very well and we are 12% up year on year so far. We have had a training course which offers level 1 of our training, and sepatu branded pria this month we are launching level 2 with the plan of educating as many agents as possible before Christmas. The new level 2 will teach agents about the resorts and what they can expect.
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