Seitu’s World: The First Annual Go Caribbean! Expo 2014

February 19, 2014
seitus world1By Seitu Oronde

A cocktail reception was held on February 18th to kick off the countdown to the First Annual Go Caribbean! International Business and Trade Expo that will be taking place on June 7, 2014.

seitus world2Kevin Howell of Anchor Strategy Group and Raymond Lewis of RPLewis & Associates in conjunction with the Caribbean Tourism Organization, supported by the honorable Brooklyn Borough President and here with author Cheryl Lewis (left).

seitus world3Eric Adams, former City Council member Una Clarke, and Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, as well as the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) came out for the event.

seitus world4the Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS), and the Ambassadors, Consul Generals, and Trade Boards of numerous Caribbean islands.
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seitus world6The Go Caribbean! Expo will take place on June 7, 2014, from 8:30am – 9:00pm), at Chartwell House, 1760 2nd Ave. Suite 22C, Penthouse, New York, NY, 10128.Check back to HW for more information about the event.

Photo credit: (left to right): 1) E. Courtnay Rattray- Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Jamaica to the United Nations, Natalee Scott- Go Caribbean! ,Cheryl Wills-NY1 , Kevin Howell- CEO Anchor Strategy/ Founder Go Caribbean! 2) Cheryl Wills-NY1 , Raymond Lewis – RPL&Associates, Congresswoman Yvette Clarke. 3) Kevin Howell- Go Caribbean , Dr. Dennie Beach – Dell, and Guests. 4) Dr. Dennie Beach & Guests. 5) Ming Smith- International Photographer and Artist, Congresswoman Yvette Clarke, Cheryl Wills- NY1. 6) Honorable Dr. Una Clarke, Dr. Dennie Beach, and Guests.

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