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SEATTLE, U.S.A. – From a trade show to a Bahamian Familiarization Luncheon, the Ministry of Tourism pulled out the stops in Seattle for two days.

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SEATTLE, U.S.A. – From a trade show to a Bahamian Familiarization Luncheon, the Ministry of Tourism pulled out the stops in Seattle for two days.

This regular meeting room was transformed by the Ministry of Tourism in a matter of hours to host travel industry prospects ahead of Alaska Airlines’ inaugural flight to Nassau.

The main course served up by Tourism’s Director General Latia Duncombe included a healthy serving of all the destination offers.

But what does that mean? It’s the sixteen stops on the ministry’s North American tour promoting the islands of The Bahamas.

It comes on the heels of a record-breaking eight million visitors at the end of October.

But she wasn’t the only act on the event card Thursday.

Nassau Paradise Island promotion board Chief Executive Officer Joy Jibrilu giving a glimpse into how good business is going supported by the heavy online traffic.

But Seattle natives interested in The Bahamas didn’t only hear about a great destination. They also got a taste of Bahamian culture live and in color.

Alaska Air’s service from Seattle to Nassau is the 101st destination for the airline and is already a convenient and cheaper option for Bahamians living in the area.

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