Lady Sandals hosts happy ATL execs against backdrop of Kingston Harbour by night

Monday, February 11, 2019

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Against the backdrop of the twinkling lights of the Kingston waterfront by night, senior executives of the Appliance Traders Ltd (ATL) Industrial Group Kingston joked, laughed, dined and exchanged pleasantries last Tuesday on Chairman Gordon “Butch” Stewart's luxury yacht, the Lady Sandals, as she cruised the Kingston Harbour, the world's seventh largest natural harbour.

Skippered by Captain Mick Harris, Lady Sandals has sailed the earth's many seas, wooing business for Sandals Resorts, Jamaica and the Caribbean as a whole. Gracious hosts Tuesday night were Gorstew's Chief Financial Officer Paul Souter and Arlene Lindo, personal assistant to Stewart. Jamaica Observer Senior Photographer Joseph Wellington was on board for the thank-you fete from the chairman.

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