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All set for Cabana

Thursday, May 18, 2017

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FALMOUTH, Trelawny The highly anticipated second instalment of Cabana Beach Daze is set to unfold at the picturesque Blue Waters Beach Club in Trelawny this Sunday.

The event, which attracted a huge turnout at its inaugural staging last year, is expected to attract even more patrons this year based on the buzz and promotion on the ground.

Organiser Warren Clarke of Hundred Promotions is promising no less.

“We have always prided ourselves on delivering the best party experience possible, Hundred Promotions is all about making our patrons 100 per cent satisfied on both ends, as we are putting in the work 100 per cent as well,” he said, adding that “we are providing excellent choices in food and drink as well”.

The event offers the choice of personalized Sky and Sand Cabanas at US$700 and US$500 respectively, with amenities such as premium liquor, food platters and personal hostesses.

“We believe in service and making our patrons happy, we have several party favours and keepsakes in store and this year we are going above the expected for our patrons. We are also making the event financially viable, we have kept the cost to a minimal $4,000 pre-sold all inclusive of food and drink,” Clarke added.

Music for the event will be handled by popular Kingston-based deejays, DJ Nicco and Chromatic and Montego Bay's DJ Kentucky.

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