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Businesses to get a "Sweeet" Boost
Small and medium-sized culinary businesses will receive a boost from the inaugural Sweeet Fest, which is designed to showcase their products and creativity to residents and tourists alike.
In partnership with the Ministry of Tourism’s Culinary Division, marketing executives, Keiani Worrell and Khashan Poitier are hosting the Sweeet Fest on Saturday, May 17, at Pompey Square in the heart of downtown Nassau.
A Sweet Tooth For 'Sweeet Fest'
Armed with a love of the culinary arts and equipped with the proverbial ‘sweet tooth’, two Bahamian marketing executives are putting their heads together to present the country’s first ever “Sweeet Fest."
The Sweeet Fest, coordinated by Khashan Poitier and Keiani Worrell, is expected to be a family-oriented culinary event that will feature small to medium local businesses that specialise in desserts. And it all takes place for just one sweet day, Saturday, May 17, at Pompey Square in downtown Nassau. The event starts at noon and ends at 8pm.