Jewel welcomes couple who pushed visitor arrival to two million

Tuesday, December 31, 2013    

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OCHO RIOS, St Ann — Jewel Runaway Bay Beach & Golf Resort staff members were on the weekend thrilled to be a part of Jamaica's record-breaking year in tourism, welcoming the couple who pushed the island's stopover visitors this year to the two-million mark.

Newly-wed guests from Newton, Massachusetts in the United States, Alexis and Craig Greiner, who arrived on American Airlines into Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, were welcomed to the resort with true island hospitality.

General manager Scott Robbins warmly greeted the couple who has helped to make Jamaican history in tourism. "I and all the staff here at Jewel Runaway Bay are very excited to take part in making Jamaican history, and we are also extremely proud that the Greiners chose our destination all-inclusive resort for their honeymoon," said Robbins.

While relaxation, exploration and total "unplugging" is on the agenda for the newly-weds at Jewel Runaway Bay, the exclusive resort added some extra special amenities such as a butler-serviced oceanfront suite, a romantic couples massage for two at the resort's Radiant Spa, champagne and a complimentary stay for the Greiners to return next year.





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