Contemplating GuyExpo (Part One)

Another side of business

This year, according to the public officials running GuyExpo, the event will play down the entertainment afforded mostly by the loud music and will focus more on the marketing and trading of goods, which is what we are continually told is much of the purpose of the event anyway.

The problem is that old habits die hard and the fact is that many visitors to GuyExpo go to Sophia for the entertainment so that some thought will have to be given to how another dimension can be added to the event that will ensure that people attend in their numbers.

The Amerindian traditional food and drink stalls truly made their mark at last year’s GuyExpo. Our indigenous brothers and sisters are  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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