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International Guests Enjoy Once-A-Year Savings at Sawgrass Mills During Extended Florida Tax-Free Holiday

Share Tweet SUNRISE, Fla., July 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Sawgrass Mills, the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in the U.S., is the unmatched one-stop shopping mecca for savings during Florida’s Tax-Free Holiday. In addition to outlet deals and special back-to-school promotions at Sawgrass Mills’ more than 350 name-brand outlet and off-price retail stores, shoppers will also be exempt from ...

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Afrojack comes to Aruba for the first time

Share Tweet ORANJESTAD, Aruba, July 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The rumors are true! Nick Leonardus van de Wall, commonly known by his stage name Afrojack, is set to perform at the third edition of Electric Festival amongst NERVO and Loco Dice Labor Day weekend. The DJ and producer performs at the main stage at the APA Arena in Oranjestad, Aruba. ...

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Crisis in WIADCA as Carnival approaches

Share Tweet News Americas Now, Wednesday July 28, 2015-New York, New York: The West Indian American Carnival Association (WIADCA), the organization which hosts the annual Labor Day Parade in Brooklyn, is in turmoil. It faces strong accusations of alleged discrimination and irregularity. Sources say its President, Thomas Bailey, has tendered his resignation several times since the damaging accusations surfaced. However, ...

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U.S. Has To Wait For Warner Extradition

Share Tweet Former FIFA VP and T&T minister vows to fight extradition. News Americas, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Tues. July 28, 2015: Looks like the U.S. government will have to wait to get football big wig and former Caribbean minister of government Jack Warner in a U.S. Court any time soon. Warner, former FIFA vice-president and T&T national security minister, said Monday he ...

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The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network and Seaborne Airlines Enter Into a Public-Private Partnership in the USVI

Share Tweet ST. CROIX, U.S. Virgin Islands, July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Virgin Islands Next Generation Network (viNGN) is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new partnership with Seaborne Airlines. Free Wi-Fi service is now available to all Seaborne Seaplane passengers traveling between St. Croix and St. Thomas. Travelers can now experience the fastest broadband speeds in ...

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Sabre launches new Business Travel Services connecting hotels and travel buyers

Share Tweet SOUTHLAKE, Texas, July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR) has launched a new portfolio of consortia solutions to help hotels compete for high value business travelers and connect travel buyers with hotels that cater to business travelers. Sabre will feature the Business Travel Services during the 2015 GBTA Convention at booth #1425. Many independent and small chain ...

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Convicted Caribbean-American Lawmaker To Appeal

Share Tweet New York State Senator John Sampson will now have to give up his senate seat. News Americas, BROOKLYN, NY, Mon. July 27, 2015: The lawyer for Caribbean-American New York lawmaker, John Sampson, has vowed to appeal his client’s conviction. Nathaniel H. Akerman, one of Sampson’s lawyers, insists that they are “going to pursue all of our legal rights ...

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Escaped Prisoner Remains On The Lam In Trinidad

Share Tweet News Americas, PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Mon. July 27, 2015: Just one of three prisoners who escaped from a Port of Spain Prison on Friday now remain on the lam. Christopher “Monster” Selby, 30, who was in prison on murder charges according to Trinidad police, is still at large. He along with Christopher “Monster” Selby, 30, and Allan “Scanny” Martin, ...

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Hit U.S. Game Show Set to Premiere in the Caribbean

Share Tweet News Americas, Port of Spain, Trinidad, Mon. July 27, 2015: The top-rated U.S. television game show, Family Feud, will now be shown on broadcast television exclusively across the English-speaking Caribbean. The move will significantly expand public access to the show across the region. Since its premiere in 1976, Family Feud (U.S.) has remained one of television’s most popular ...

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Caribbean Roots Journalist Shut Down By Trump At US-Mexico Border

Share Tweet Donald Trump at the Mexican border on July 23, 2015. News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 24, 2015: A journalist and television anchorman whose aunt was the first wife of former Cuban President Fidel Castro, was shut down by controversial GOP presidential hopeful Donald Trump at the U.S./Mexico border Thursday mid-question. Journalist Jose Diaz Balart. Cuban-American journalist ...

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