Refurbished Lighthouse A Tourism Plus

Refurbished Lighthouse A Tourism Plus

Pictured here at the official plaque unveiling are: (l-r) Chief Executive Officer of Barbados Port Inc., David Jean-Marie; CEO at the BTPA Dr. Kerry Hall; Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Richard Sealy; and Deputy Chairman of the Barbados Port Inc....
Red Caps Encouraged To Take Pride In Their Jobs

Red Caps Encouraged To Take Pride In Their Jobs

Minister of Tourism, Richard Sealy, has called on Red Caps at the Grantley Adams International Airport to see themselves as more than transporters of luggage. In fact, Mr. Sealy made a special appeal to the younger porters to “continue the fine tradition”, as he...
Red Caps Receive Training From BTPA

Red Caps Receive Training From BTPA

First impressions count, especially in the tourism sector, and it is with this in mind that the Barbados Tourism Product Authority (BTPA) is training porters at the Grantley Adams International Airport (GAIA), traditionally known as Red Caps, as they are among the...
Government Working To Improve Economy

Government Working To Improve Economy

Government is committed to working with the social partners to implement a series of measures to improve the economy. This assertion came today from Acting Prime Minister, Richard Sealy, as he delivered the feature address at the start of the Week of Excellence 2018,...
Acting PM: Sustainable Recovery Plan Can Work

Acting PM: Sustainable Recovery Plan Can Work

The Barbados Sustainable Recovery Plan (BSRP) has received the thumbs up from Acting Prime Minister Richard Sealy, who described it as a workable document. While delivering the feature address today at the start of the Week of Excellence 2018, at the Courtney Blackman...

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