the team personally visited the Boys and Girls Club of St. Thomas as well as the children in the Hospital Ground and Kirwan Terrace areas to deliver presents and bring smiles to hundreds of little faces.
Tourism is the number one industry in the Virgin Islands, and it is through this program that students can expand their knowledge and experience to better prepare themselves for a career path to better serve the community.
The Frenchman's Reef team handed out turkeys to all the children in the club, ensuring that each and every student will be able to sit down to dinner with their loved ones and give thanks for one another.
During a fast moving Public Finance Authority meeting on Thursday, board members unanimously approved a resolution for a bond issuance, leveraging local hotel occupancy tax revenues, to help finance renovations at the Frenchman's Reef Resort on St. Thomas.
The Marriott’s Frenchman’s Reef Resort on St. Thomas is close to a deal with a third-party investor that could see the property reopen by the end of 2022, the Economic Development Commission board of directors heard on Tuesday.
A unanimous vote of approval from the Economic Development Authority board put the owners of the Frenchman’s Reef Resort one step closer to being able to use room taxes to reimburse a portion of reconstruction and upgrades to Noni Beach.
The air was thick with sea salt as more than 100 guests arrived for a preliminary glance at the concept behind Marriott’s Frenchman’s Reef, which is undergoing major renovations after the 2017 hurricanes, and the new Noni Beach Resort.
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