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1st Annual Eleuthera Business Outlook

Thursday 25th April 2013  8:00 AM

"Positioning Eleuthera for Revitalization Through Engagement and Productivity" 1st Annual Eleuthera Business Outlook Thursday April 25th, 2013 Register today! www.tclevents.com The Premier Business conference in The Bahamas, Business Outlook seeks to expand the horizon of the business community through powerful presentations from leaders in the field. The Leon Levy Preserve, Governors Harbour, Registration $100, Includes presentations, and lunch.


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21st Annual Bahamas Business Outlook.
21st Annual Bahamas Business Outlook.

Thursday 12th January 2012  8:30 AM

Bahamas Business Outlook (BBO), one of the oldest and most respected events on the calendar of the business sector is scheduled to be held January 12, 2012 at the Wyndham Nassau Resort, Cable Beach, beginning at 8:30am. Under the theme “Vision beyond Sight: How Ready is The Bahamas to do 21st Century Business?” the one-day conference will be marking its 21st year with the customary forecast of The Bahamas’ economic performance for the New Year. Presenters will share updates, plans and expert predictions regarding such sectors as tourism, financial services, energy and business, including information on access to financing, as well as technology and entertainment. As usual, one of the highlights of the forum will be the “Vision” Speech which, as the name suggests, focuses on an out-of-the-box perspective on the future of this country.


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25th Annual Bahamas Bridal Show
25th Annual Bahamas Bridal Show

Sunday 24th March 2013  12:00 PM

25th Annual Bahamas Bridal Show 12noon Sunday March 24th, 2013 Show Tickets $35 & $45 The Ultimate Wedding Experience! Bahamas Bridal Show presents “Your Wedding Day” Sunday, March 24, 2013 You dream of a wedding designed for royalty. A beautiful celebration to remember. A simple, elegant life as husband and wife. And a marriage that will last forever. WHAT TO EXPECT @ The No. 1 Social Event of the Year... Everything to celebrate weddings and other special events! Show Organizer Cable Beach Shopping Center Nassau • Tel. (242) 327.8896 www.buttonsformalwear.com Tremendous Benefits of a SINGLE TICKET The Trade Show Exhibition will be held inside Wyndham’s Crystal Palace ballroom from 12 Noon to 5:00 p.m. This will be your chance to meet and talk – face-to-face– with hundreds of prospective brides and grooms. You can promote and sell your business products and services directly to engaged couples, their families and friends. Win a Dream wedding! your Wedding Day Everything Needed to Celebrate! 40-Plus Exhibitors Rings. Reception. Flowers. Music/ Video. Photography Honeymoon. Housing & More Sampling Food. Cake. Champagne Fun & Games Wedding Demonstrations Fashion Show Growns & tuxedos for the bridal party Show Organizer Buttons Bridal & Formal Wear Click HERE to view Bahamas Bridal Show brochure 2013


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2nd Annual BASRA Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach, April 9th
2nd Annual BASRA Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach, April 9th

Monday 9th April 2012  1:00 PM

2nd Annual BASRA Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach, April 9th Freeport, Bahamas - Mark your calendar of a great family activity and important fundraiser for the 2nd Annual BASRA Easter Egg Hunt presented by the Grand Bahama branch of the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association (BASRA) set for Easter Monday, April 9, 2012 from 1:00pm until 6:00pm out at Banana Bay Beach between Fortune Cay and Banana Bay. Same Location as last year, just past Fortune Cay before you get to Banana Bay Restaurant. Great fun and over $3,000 in Prizes! Hamburgers and Hotdogs will be on sale for $5. Includes a juice or water. Soda's will also be on sale. Ages Groups: 0-4 yrs old - On the Sand 5-10 yrs old - Under the Sand 11yrs and Up - Under the Water Entrance Fees (donation): $10 for 0-10yrs old $15 for 11yrs and Up Please come out and Support BASRA and "Help Us Help You" and do not miss You the Easter Event of the Year! If you wish to Donate a Prize for this event Please contact Justin at 727-4888 Check out ourFB Event Page BASRA Grand Bahama - Since 1960 the Bahamas Air Sea Rescue Association of Grand Bahama made its mandate to save persons in distress on the sea. Solely manned and operated by volunteers, BASRA has saved many lives and been involved in thousands of rescues. With the assistance of both the Bahamas Defense Force and the U.S. Coast Guard, BASRA Grand Bahama maintains a watchful eye on the Northern Bahamas seas. BASRA currently operates two vessels for search and rescue missions. These vessels cost $250 per hour to operate and missions range anywhere from 6 to 8 hours. We do not require those rescued to reimburse this fee as we are in the business of saving lives and operate as a non-profit charity. However, we do need help to keep us afloat. Your annual contribution can make a huge difference to our bottom line. Remember our next mission may SAVE you. Help us by becoming a BASRA member today. Our funds come only from public support through apparel sales, memberships, donations and events such as the August swim race. Any funds you are willing to give will be gratefully accepted. BASRA's Search and Rescue directors maintain a roster of 6 teams of volunteers. Each team has a captain, medic and a crewman who remain in a constant state of preparedness to deploy on rescues 24 hours per day, 365 days per year as they have done since 1960.

2011 Event Photo by Paola Correa de Albury
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8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival
8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival

Sunday 4th December 2011  11:00 AM

8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival This Years Film Festival will be held: Thursday, December 1 at 11:00am - December 4 at 11:30pm at Atlantis Resort, and Galleria JFK In 2004 the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) was launched. The mission of the non-profit Festival was to create a cultural arts community, bridging countries, gaining knowledge, and attracting a targeted tourism sector through the film industry. As a business destination The Bahamas has first-class meeting facilities and its easy access from travel points for industry counterparts from around the globe. As the banking industry has been established so can the Film making industry. BIFF attracts a segment of high-end non-Bahamian residents and tourists. The population of The Bahamas has diverse nationalities and cultures. Each successive year, BIFF grows significantly. The public relations value received in 7 years is over $20 million. BIFF has attracted A List celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Alan Arkin, Sir Sean Connery, Nicholas Cage, Laurence Fishburne, Roger Corman, Daryl Hannah, Sophie Okonedo, Anna Faris and Naomie Harris. BIFF has succeeded in promoting The Bahamas as a tourist destination for fun and cinema production through its annual events. Showcasing over 500 films in 7 years. Prestigious publications featuring the Festival include Variety Magazine, Hollywood Report and Moving Pictures Magazine, Premier Magazine, all published in Los Angeles. Others include New York Times, Financial Times, Travel & Leisure, Screen International, Entertainment Tonight, Hello Magazine and London Times. BIFF recognizes that emerging Bahamian filmmakers and actors are important stakeholders in its efforts. These filmmakers also assist in the development and growth of the film industry in The Bahamas and the region. BIFF regularly conducts programs, seminars and competitions, presented in more than a dozen schools and youth organizations. ‘The Green Reel Documentary Competition’; Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy; ‘The Youth Film Workshop’; ‘First Look’ Sponsored by Royal Bank Of Canada and ‘ The Filmmaker Residency Program’ are youth driven or for the emerging filmmaker. Two Bahamian graduates of the Filmmaker Residency Program have successfully showcased their work at other International film festival and acquired major distribution deals; Maria Govan, RAIN and Kareem Mortimer; CHILDREN OF GOD. The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the local community and its International visitors with a diverse presentation of films from around the world. In addition to offering films that might not otherwise be released theatrically in the Bahamas, BIFF will provide a unique cultural experience, educational programs, and forums for exploring the future of cinema. BIFF aims to raise the level of film debate, participation and education in The Bahamas.


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8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival
8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival

Thursday 1st December 2011  11:00 AM

8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival This Years Film Festival will be held: Thursday, December 1 at 11:00am - December 4 at 11:30pm at Atlantis Resort, and Galleria JFK In 2004 the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) was launched. The mission of the non-profit Festival was to create a cultural arts community, bridging countries, gaining knowledge, and attracting a targeted tourism sector through the film industry. As a business destination The Bahamas has first-class meeting facilities and its easy access from travel points for industry counterparts from around the globe. As the banking industry has been established so can the Film making industry. BIFF attracts a segment of high-end non-Bahamian residents and tourists. The population of The Bahamas has diverse nationalities and cultures. Each successive year, BIFF grows significantly. The public relations value received in 7 years is over $20 million. BIFF has attracted A List celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Alan Arkin, Sir Sean Connery, Nicholas Cage, Laurence Fishburne, Roger Corman, Daryl Hannah, Sophie Okonedo, Anna Faris and Naomie Harris. BIFF has succeeded in promoting The Bahamas as a tourist destination for fun and cinema production through its annual events. Showcasing over 500 films in 7 years. Prestigious publications featuring the Festival include Variety Magazine, Hollywood Report and Moving Pictures Magazine, Premier Magazine, all published in Los Angeles. Others include New York Times, Financial Times, Travel & Leisure, Screen International, Entertainment Tonight, Hello Magazine and London Times. BIFF recognizes that emerging Bahamian filmmakers and actors are important stakeholders in its efforts. These filmmakers also assist in the development and growth of the film industry in The Bahamas and the region. BIFF regularly conducts programs, seminars and competitions, presented in more than a dozen schools and youth organizations. ‘The Green Reel Documentary Competition’; Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy; ‘The Youth Film Workshop’; ‘First Look’ Sponsored by Royal Bank Of Canada and ‘ The Filmmaker Residency Program’ are youth driven or for the emerging filmmaker. Two Bahamian graduates of the Filmmaker Residency Program have successfully showcased their work at other International film festival and acquired major distribution deals; Maria Govan, RAIN and Kareem Mortimer; CHILDREN OF GOD. The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the local community and its International visitors with a diverse presentation of films from around the world. In addition to offering films that might not otherwise be released theatrically in the Bahamas, BIFF will provide a unique cultural experience, educational programs, and forums for exploring the future of cinema. BIFF aims to raise the level of film debate, participation and education in The Bahamas.


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8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival
8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival

Saturday 3rd December 2011  11:00 AM

8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival This Years Film Festival will be held: Thursday, December 1 at 11:00am - December 4 at 11:30pm at Atlantis Resort, and Galleria JFK In 2004 the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) was launched. The mission of the non-profit Festival was to create a cultural arts community, bridging countries, gaining knowledge, and attracting a targeted tourism sector through the film industry. As a business destination The Bahamas has first-class meeting facilities and its easy access from travel points for industry counterparts from around the globe. As the banking industry has been established so can the Film making industry. BIFF attracts a segment of high-end non-Bahamian residents and tourists. The population of The Bahamas has diverse nationalities and cultures. Each successive year, BIFF grows significantly. The public relations value received in 7 years is over $20 million. BIFF has attracted A List celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Alan Arkin, Sir Sean Connery, Nicholas Cage, Laurence Fishburne, Roger Corman, Daryl Hannah, Sophie Okonedo, Anna Faris and Naomie Harris. BIFF has succeeded in promoting The Bahamas as a tourist destination for fun and cinema production through its annual events. Showcasing over 500 films in 7 years. Prestigious publications featuring the Festival include Variety Magazine, Hollywood Report and Moving Pictures Magazine, Premier Magazine, all published in Los Angeles. Others include New York Times, Financial Times, Travel & Leisure, Screen International, Entertainment Tonight, Hello Magazine and London Times. BIFF recognizes that emerging Bahamian filmmakers and actors are important stakeholders in its efforts. These filmmakers also assist in the development and growth of the film industry in The Bahamas and the region. BIFF regularly conducts programs, seminars and competitions, presented in more than a dozen schools and youth organizations. ‘The Green Reel Documentary Competition’; Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy; ‘The Youth Film Workshop’; ‘First Look’ Sponsored by Royal Bank Of Canada and ‘ The Filmmaker Residency Program’ are youth driven or for the emerging filmmaker. Two Bahamian graduates of the Filmmaker Residency Program have successfully showcased their work at other International film festival and acquired major distribution deals; Maria Govan, RAIN and Kareem Mortimer; CHILDREN OF GOD. The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the local community and its International visitors with a diverse presentation of films from around the world. In addition to offering films that might not otherwise be released theatrically in the Bahamas, BIFF will provide a unique cultural experience, educational programs, and forums for exploring the future of cinema. BIFF aims to raise the level of film debate, participation and education in The Bahamas.


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8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival
8th Annual Bahamas International Film Festival

Friday 2nd December 2011  11:00 AM

This Years Film Festival will be held: Thursday, December 1 at 11:00am - December 4 at 11:30pm at Atlantis Resort, and Galleria JFK In 2004 the Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) was launched. The mission of the non-profit Festival was to create a cultural arts community, bridging countries, gaining knowledge, and attracting a targeted tourism sector through the film industry. As a business destination The Bahamas has first-class meeting facilities and its easy access from travel points for industry counterparts from around the globe. As the banking industry has been established so can the Film making industry. BIFF attracts a segment of high-end non-Bahamian residents and tourists. The population of The Bahamas has diverse nationalities and cultures. Each successive year, BIFF grows significantly. The public relations value received in 7 years is over $20 million. BIFF has attracted A List celebrities such as Johnny Depp, Alan Arkin, Sir Sean Connery, Nicholas Cage, Laurence Fishburne, Roger Corman, Daryl Hannah, Sophie Okonedo, Anna Faris and Naomie Harris. BIFF has succeeded in promoting The Bahamas as a tourist destination for fun and cinema production through its annual events. Showcasing over 500 films in 7 years. Prestigious publications featuring the Festival include Variety Magazine, Hollywood Report and Moving Pictures Magazine, Premier Magazine, all published in Los Angeles. Others include New York Times, Financial Times, Travel & Leisure, Screen International, Entertainment Tonight, Hello Magazine and London Times. BIFF recognizes that emerging Bahamian filmmakers and actors are important stakeholders in its efforts. These filmmakers also assist in the development and growth of the film industry in The Bahamas and the region. BIFF regularly conducts programs, seminars and competitions, presented in more than a dozen schools and youth organizations. ‘The Green Reel Documentary Competition’; Sponsored by The Nature Conservancy; ‘The Youth Film Workshop’; ‘First Look’ Sponsored by Royal Bank Of Canada and ‘ The Filmmaker Residency Program’ are youth driven or for the emerging filmmaker. Two Bahamian graduates of the Filmmaker Residency Program have successfully showcased their work at other International film festival and acquired major distribution deals; Maria Govan, RAIN and Kareem Mortimer; CHILDREN OF GOD. The Bahamas International Film Festival (BIFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the local community and its International visitors with a diverse presentation of films from around the world. In addition to offering films that might not otherwise be released theatrically in the Bahamas, BIFF will provide a unique cultural experience, educational programs, and forums for exploring the future of cinema. BIFF aims to raise the level of film debate, participation and education in The Bahamas.


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A Night to Remember "Bond Night"

Saturday 25th January 2014  7:00 PM

Join the FRFC for a Night to Remember... The Freeport Rugby and Football Club (FRFC) is gearing up for its 3rd Annual "Bond Night" When: on the 25th January 2014 to support its many Youth Programs. Where: Freeport, Grand Bahama Time: 7:00 pm-UNTIL Tickets: $40 at the door; $35 in advance. Tickets may be purchased in advance from: - Animale (Port Lucaya) - CashWiz (Downtown) - Vikki Purvis (LIS) - Rugby Club (Rob Spellor) - Barefoot Marketing Escape to another world as the Club is transformed into a 007 universe. Dress as a dashing secret agent, a beautiful Bond girl, or a nefarious 007 villain in order to win the coveted Best Costume Contest. Sip Vesper Martinis, Champagne, and other Classic 007 Cocktails while nibbling on delectable Hors d'Oeuvres at the FRFC Bar. Enjoy Casino Style Games from the mind of Tony "Q" Johns. Show off your knowledge of all things 007 in our Bond Trivia Contests. Bid for great deals on gifts and services from Freeport's finest businesses and restaurants at our charity auction. Dance the night away to Bond movie hits and the latest top 40 Pop club music. Visit our website http://rugbyfootballbahamas.com/ to learn more about this event and sponsorship opportunities. Learn more on our event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1395697617337760/?fref=ts

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Bahamas Business Outlook

Thursday 16th January 2014

23rd Annual Bahamas Business Outlook When: January 16, 2014 Where: Melia Nassau Beach Resort (formerly Sheraton Nassau Resort) Tickets: $150.00 (including lunch and coffee breaks) Keynote speaker, The Rt. Honorable Perry G. Christie. Copy link to download the registration form http://tclevents.com/downloads/form.pdf To Register Contact: Eileen Fielder @ 322-7505