More donors for Guyana Festival

As preparations continue for the inaugural Guyana Festival, more corporate entities have come onboard to support the staging of the event. Windsor Estates and Bai Shan Lin yesterday donated the sum of $2M and $1M respectively to the Ministry of Tourism, GINA reported.

From left are: Minister of Tourism (ag) Irfaan Ali, Melissa “Vanilla Roberts, Guyana Festival Coordinator Tameca Sukhdeo- Singh and Representatives of Windsor Estate and Baishan Lin at the handing over of a cheque towards the Guyana Festival. (GINA photo)
From left are: Minister of Tourism (ag) Irfaan Ali, Melissa “Vanilla Roberts, Guyana Festival Coordinator Tameca Sukhdeo- Singh and Representatives of Windsor Estate and Baishan Lin at the handing over of a cheque towards the Guyana Festival. (GINA photo)

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