Welcome 2016 in Anguilla

What We Do In Anguilla launch at Blowing Point

On Saturday December 19, the Blowing Point Sea Port was lively with the launch of the 2016 What We Do In Anguilla magazine. The launch welcomed visitors to Anguilla with a taste of what we do in Anguilla – an unforgettable welcome experience for first time and return visitors.

launch-steel-pan-webCaroling and musical renditions by the Albena Lake-Hodge Comprehensive School (ALHCS) School Choir and Steel Orchestra created the atmosphere of a Caribbean Christmas. The Anguilla Community Colloge (ACC) Hospitality Club greeted visitors with a smile and handed out the 2016 Official Island Guide.

Persons at the port also got the opportunity to sample locally made ice-cream and jam from Tropical Treats and Anguilla’s Jammin’ – encompassing the “Made in Anguilla” brand. View the video here.

The year, 2016 marks the 26th year of publishing for What We Do In Anguilla and also the first publication under the management of Clemvio Hodge. The magazine, distributed island-wide, can also be found online at whatwedoinanguilla.com.

What We Do In Anguilla extends a sincere “Thank You” to all persons who assisted in making the 2016 magazine a success. Advertisers, the Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB), Anguilla Hotel & Tourism Association (AHTA), Anguilla Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ACOCI), photographers, sales agents, fans of What We Do In Anguilla and many others.

We would also like to thank the Blowing Point Port Authority, ALHCS School Choir and Steel Orchestra, ACC Hospitality Club, Tropical Treats, Anguilla’s Jammin’, 4C’s & I Rentals Ltd., Titanium Sounds, Geraud’s Patisserie, MyIslandTV and LIME Anguilla for making the launch possible.

Enjoy what we do during the Christmas Season. “We Are What We Do” Merry Christmas!

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