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Tourism Chairman Dennis Morrison Announces Appointment of Paul Pennicook as Director of Tourism

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Paul PennicookChairman of the Jamaica Tourist Board, Dennis Morrison has announced the appointment of Paul Pennicook as Director of Tourism effective July 9, 2014.

A strong, seasoned tourism leader, Mr. Pennicook is no stranger to this post having served in that capacity from 2003 – 2006.  He spent several years as a successful hotelier, serving as President and Chief Executive Officer of Couples Resorts  Executive Vice President of Sandals Resorts, and First Vice President of the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association. Mr. Pennicook was also Air Jamaica’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing from 2006 to 2008.

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JPS Customers To Benefit From New Customer Information System

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JPS customers are to benefit from a new Customer Information System (CIS) which will “go live” in August. The new CIS, which is a part of the Company’s technology upgrade, will result in a range of service improvements.

Customers will benefit from faster account updates, fewer estimated bills, and quicker responses to their queries. The new system will facilitate near real-time meter reading updates, and hourly updates of customer accounts with payment information from collection agencies.

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Jamaica Adds Dedicated Volunteer Initiative Page To Official Website

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Monday, 13 October 2014

The Jamaica Tourist Board has added a dedicated page to its website for visitors who desire to volunteer during their vacation trip to the island. Visitors can now easily plan volunteer experiences through this voluntourism initiative.  The combin...

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Africa’s Hidden Hunger

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Saturday, 14 March 2015

DAR ES SALAAM – Just over 20 years ago, South African photographer Kevin Carter shocked the world with a controversial photograph of a famished young Sudanese child being watched by a vulture during a famine. Critics slammed the shot as “disaster ...

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If Money Were No Object

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Thursday, 14 July 2011

Let’s face it. The business will always need something else. Just like there will always be people who will ask for your help. Where we get caught is when we begin to believe that we can actually bring the

“need” to a close. “If I can just make ano...

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