SuperClubs Super-inclusive resorts was a big hit with buyers, suppliers and journalists at JAPEX 2000 held in Kingston last weekend.
The well decorated booth was heavily patronized at the convention centre at the Hilton Hotel, where staff expertly handled queries and waiters served champagne for a taste of the famed SuperClubs hospitality.
SuperClubs also hosted a fabulous breakfast press conference for journalists covering the event at Le Meridien Jamaica Pegasus, where they had a chance to interact with the group’s senior executives.
Chairman John Issa was in an upbeat mood pointing out that SuperClubs has had a very exciting and eventful 12 months and expanding quite rapidly. The next 12 months, he pointed out, will also be quite busy with the opening of new properties and the upgrading of others.
Picture caption 1: Minister of Tourism and Sport Portia Simpson-Miller in discussion with SuperClubs VP Europe Paul Derhaak (R) and general manager Grand Lido Sans Souci Pierre Ballagia at SuperClubs Booth at JAPEX.
Picture caption 2: SuperClubs executive vice president Joe Issa enjoying breakfast with Roland Alonzi at the SuperClubs JAPEX press conference held ant Le Meridien Jamaica Pegasus last Saturday.
Picture caption 3: SuperClubs chairman John Issa (R), wife Aida and Paul Derhaak, vice president SuperClubs Europe, sharing pleasantries at a press breakfast for journalists covering JAPEX at Le Meridien Jamaica Pegasus.
Picture caption 4: Travel writer Neville Spike (L) quizzes SuperClubs chairman John Issa at the SuperClubs JAPEX press conference at LE Meridien Jamaica Pegasus last Saturday.
Picture caption 5: Aida Issa with Joseph (C) GM at Hedonism II and Sylvan Walker resident manager Grand Lido Negril at SuperClubs JAPEX press conference at le Meridien Jamaica Pegasus.
Source: The Gleaner