Courts plugs $2M into Guyana Festival

Tourism Minister Irfaan Ali receives the $2 million cheque from Managing Director of Courts Guyana, Clyde De Haas

Courts Guyana Incorporated yesterday donated $2 million to the Ministry of Tourism, Industry and Commerce for the upcoming Guyana Festival.

Managing Director of Courts Guyana Inc Clyde De Haas said Courts was pleased to be a part of the festival, which is set for August 8 to 10.

Minister of Tourism Irfaan Ali said the Guyana Festival will aid in the promoting and enhancing of Guyana’s tourism product and in developing new ideas to stimulate the tourism industry.

Tourism Minister Irfaan Ali receives the $2 million cheque from Managing Director of Courts Guyana, Clyde De Haas
Tourism Minister Irfaan Ali receives the $2 million cheque from Managing Director of Courts Guyana, Clyde De Haas

Ali congratulated Courts, calling the company an excellent example of a good corporate citizen with strong commitment to the local market.

He said the festival brings to Guyana its legendary artistes, sportsmen and women and the finest in music, food, culture and art. He added that the event is being promoted extensively outside Guyana and a large influx of returning Guyanese and tourists are expected to visit to attend the event.

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